We will support Wildfire Preventation Science Research and the education fund of California deceased firefighters' family. Every donation counts!
Silvanus Foundation c/o Tribute to Fallen Heroes (EiN# 88-0820710) is a 501(c)(3) exempt from federal income tax under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 501 (c) (3). Donors can deduct contributions they make to you under IRC Section 170. Silvanus Foundation is also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devise, transfers or gift under section 2055, 2106 or 2522. IRS determined you are a public charity under the IRC Section listed at the top of the approved letter.
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1669 Hollenbeck Avenue STE 2-166, Sunnyvale, CA 94087
We are recruiting high school staff volunteers with high enthusiasm and great responsibility to serve our community and make the world to be a better place.
Founder of Silvanus Foundation
President and Executive Director
Nathan is a dedicated advocate for the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, and is committed to using his passion for technology to protect the environment. He believes that combining scientific innovation with empathy and human-centered approaches is key to solving today's most pressing problems. In addition to his interest in music and sports, Nathan has also founded the Silvanus Foundation, a youth-led nonprofit organization focused on wildfire prevention, climate change awareness, and sustainability. Through this organization, Nathan aims to inspire young people to become more engaged in creating a sustainable future.
Nathan is also the founder and committee chairman of the Tribute to Fallen Heroes annual benefit events, as well as the JV basketball team captain at The Harker School. His research focuses on wildfire prevention and sustainability, and he has been recognized for his work in this field. His 2020 research on "Using AI to Distinguish Between Human-Caused and Natural Fires" and 2021 research on "A Scientific Method to Demystify the Lightning-Caused 2020 August Complex Fire & EVT Theorem to Predict the Extreme Event" were both published in the Synopsys Science Research Championship. Nathan's 2022 research, "How Augmented Reality Helps Sustainability Development in Everyday Life," will be published in The Harker Research Symposium.
When he's not working on his research or running his nonprofit organization, Nathan enjoys playing sports and music. He has been playing piano for 11 years, saxophone for 4 years, and has been playing basketball and golf for 8 years. Nathan is also an avid fan of football and baseball. Additionally, he enjoys playing chess, designing logos, and editing videos in his free time.
Nathan Liu performed piano in the same stage with the speaker-guests of California Lt. Governor Eleni Kounalakis (left), Attorney General of California Rob Bonta (far right) and President of California Professional Firefighteres Brian K. Rice (right)
Nathan Liu was interviewed by Lee Anne Denyer, KRCA 3 News Community Champion. Nathan mentioned his 3rd TTFH charity golf tournament and gala with music.
Darcy Paul, Mayor of City of Cupertino award Nathan Liu “Certificate of Recognition” in recognition of the performance (1st place award) in the Santa Clara County 2020 Synopsys Championship Science Fair with project “Using AI to Distinguish Between Human-Caused and Natural Fires.”
Darcy Paul, Mayor of City of Cupertino (1st right of the 2nd row) and Liang Chao, Vice Mayor of City of Cupertino (center) awarded Nathan Liu “Certificate of Recognition” in recognition of the performance (The most promising young scientist) in the Santa Clara County 2021 Synopsys Championship Science Fire with project “A Scientific Method to Demystify the Lightning Caused 2020 August Complex Fire & EVT Theorem to Predict the Extreme Event.”
Our team consists of many talented high school students with service enthusiasm. Please join our team to work together!
Volunteer and perform in the 3rd TTFH Benefit Gala. Voluntter in the Earth and Arbor Day festival, and Sole support-Outfitting kids in need.
Earth and Arbor Day Festival Marketing Content. Volunteer in the 3rd TTFH benefit golf tournament & Gala, Earth and Arbor Day festival, and Sole support-Outfitting kids in need.
Design the flyers of the 3rd TTFH annual benefit golf tournament and gala with music flyers.
Volunteer in the 3rd TTFH Benefit Gala, Earth and Arbor Day festival, and Sole support-Outfitting kids in need.
volunteer in the 3rd annual TTFH benefit gala with music.
Volunteer in Earth and Arbor Day festival, and Sole support-Outfitting kids in need.
Volunteer and peroform in the 3rd TTFH Benefit Gala with music.
We need any K-12 students who are willing to serve our community to be our volunteers. If you want to take more responsibility and leadership in the fundraising and service project, and join monthly ambassador meeting , you can apply for our ambassador program. Please press below "Volunteer Form" button to fill in your application. Please email to email@example.com if you have any question. Thank you!
Brian Yager, Head of School, The Harker School.
Paul Barsky, Head of the Harker Upper School.
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