What Your Money Can Do
$10 could provide a welcome day school kit for children in need of essential school supplies including a bag, paper, pencil, drawing book and eraser to equip them with the basic necessities to participate in activities in a preschool program.
$25 could help a person below the poverty line reach their goal and start a small business through micro financing. Helping to create opportunity around the world and connect people through lending to alleviate poverty.
$50 could buy enough seeds to produce 450lbs of potatoes for a community garden in underserved and underprivileged communities across the United States.
$100 could provide a music therapy class for students with a range of challenges such as autism, dementia, mental health problems, stroke, brain injury, depression and life-threatening or terminal illnesses.
$250 could provide life saving fistula repair surgery for victims of sexual violence and obstructed labor, providing critical access to health services for vulnerable women and girls in eastern Congo.
$500 could pay for a month’s worth of Fight The Fear workshops in your local community. Providing training in basic self-defense skills including awareness, de-escalation, boundary setting, assertive communication, and fighting techniques.
$1,000 could provide a grant to grassroots environmental organizations that seek to educate and implement high-quality, solution-based programs that empower youth to become environmental stewards and global environmental change-makers.
$5,000 could provide a home and essential job training for a family in Transitional Housing for 6 months. Helping to break the cycle of homelessness by helping parents and their children build lives of hope, stability and greater self-sufficiency.
$10,000 could provide over 35,000 meals at your local food bank. Enabling them to distribute food through food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless and residential shelters, youth programs, senior centers, and low-income daycare centers and directly to those in need.
$25,000 could immunize over 12,000 children in third world countries against the six major childhood diseases; measles, polio, whopping cough, tetanus, diphtheria, and tuberculosis. All of which are due to conditions of poverty and the absence of existing health safety nets.
$50,000 could assist disaster relief organizations by providing emergency health kits containing enough medical supplies to meet the needs of 40,000 people for three months and 60 basic family water kits containing enough collapsible water containers, buckets, soap, and water purification tablets to meet the needs of 600 families.