Non-profit effort to help people in distress.
With each generation, scientific progress seems to recreate the world, fundamentally altering the context in which human society is formed. While science continually remakes our relationship with the physical world, our relationship with each other—society—struggles to keep up. There are many casualties in this struggle; as the human race becomes more interconnected, humans are becoming more isolated.
For some, the strain of the isolation is too unrelenting. As the bonds to the society around us—those human connections essential to our core humanity—fade, we are left in a condition of unbearable loneliness. We feel abandoned. We sink into a bleak despair that ends only with death, too often hurried along by suicide.
Ashamed of their "weakness", countless men and women sit alone in the dark, suffering and forgotten, dying brothers and sisters. These are the hidden victims of a deadly plague.
Buddy Clubs exists to help individuals in distress become part of a community.
- Craig Nelsen