Onionhead & Company is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Onionhead was developed by a mother-daughter team over 18 years ago. The mother, a counselor herself, conceived the idea for adults. Her 2 year old grandson, considered a spectrum child, demanded that Onionhead be done for children. So the daughter, an artist and writer, birthed the character. They used some of their challenging life experiences and their wonderful relationship as basis for the tools, programs and stories.
After many years, the Onionhead family has grown. Each member holds up love and accountability not only for what we do but how we do it. We, as a team, are committed to creating a world of non-violence by empowering loving feelings. We knew that to change the world, we must first change ourselves. We therefore use Onionhead every day, as a way to better understand ourselves and each other.
Also, our hurting environment is a great concern to us. Based on that consciousness, we are a green company whereby everything is printed on tree free or 100% recycled paper, with non toxic ink.
Another awareness we have is the lack of job opportunity in America. Therefore, all our products are made in the U.S.A.
We are a very caring group, who truly want to help, wherever we can, whenever we can.
We call upon philanthropists, foundations, schools and aligned non-profit organizations to work with us closely to help children and adults re-connect with their feelings -- the one true source of power we all share.
In the developed world, we focus on empowering loving feelings and reversing desensitization from our feelings. This is the key to not just surviving but truly thriving.
We thank you for joining us on this journey, making this world a better place for all of us to live in. If there is anything we can do to assist you, please feel free to get in touch with us, whether by phone, fax, twitter, email@example.com or blog.
Onionhead has a sister nonprofit Save the Rain. In the developing world, a child dies from lack of clean water every 15 seconds. Save the Rain teaches water deprived communities to build rain catchment systems as a sustainable water supply, using only local materials and local work force. $15.00 can save the life of a child for the rest of their life and the lives of their future offspring by ensuring they have clean drinking water. For more information, visit www.savetherain.org.