The objective of The Global Transformation Foundation, the organization behind The Transformation Games (“TTG”), is to raise and mobilise substantial resources to find, attract, develop and share the best solutions to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (“SDGs”).
We understand the essence of the formula required. The right feasible ideas + the right amount of money + the right people = sustainable global solutions.
This is not a one-off effort or event. It involves building a social movement and staging, as its centerpiece, an admired, impactful recurring global event.
Achieving this requires an enabling environment; one that is understood and attractive to a global audience, while being sustainable and affordable.
The ultimate aim is to inspire and help bring together the people of the world who are presently disunited and disconnected, but united in their need and desire for a better, safer, happier, fairer and more sustainable world.
The Global Transformation Foundation’s aim is to inform and engage more people, to act in support of the SDGs and systemic change. To help bring together more citizens of the world with a common sense of purpose through an inspiring new restoration story achieved through co-creation. The aim is to encourage more collective action.
If those of us who want a better world unite in a non-ideological “movement of movements,” we will become a tour-de-force for change.
The foundation was incorporated in September, 2019, with contributions from over thirty patrons.
The home of the foundation is The Hague Humanity Hub in Den Haag, Netherlands shown on the right.
Its application to become a member of the UN Global Compact is being processed.
Chief Inspiration Officer and Founder, Kim Guillemard’s story began in 1998 when she quit her successful design business, to discover her higher purpose in life. As Kim vividly recalls:
“The idea of launching a transformation movement came to me in a vision over two decades ago. An unexpected flash of lightning, a surge of knowing that shot through every nerve-ending in my body. From that moment, I knew that my future lay in what I had just experienced.
Every story, every movement, every business, each experience, even every new product has a starting point – a spark which catches fire. It might be the recognition of a need, an idea that burrows its own way out, a new technology or something as simple as seeing the power of combining different elements, but in a new way.”