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More Time for You – on behalf of Pam and Craig Sedoris has donated to the following causes:  These can be found at Google One Today.

 

2017 Donation Sites


Giant PandaDid you know…

China is the world’s largest consumer of mercury producing coal, using more coal per year than the U.S., the European Union, and Japan combined.

How you can help

Large amounts of toxic mercury from coal burning power plants are being released across China putting giant pandas at severe risk. Animals exposed to high levels of mercury are more likely to experience diseases, birth defects, and genetic mutations. PDXWildlife will undergo the first study that investigates the effects of mercury pollutants from contaminated bamboo on giant pandas.

About this nonprofit

PDXWildlife conserves species and habitats through conducting innovative research that informs governments, conservationists, and wildlife managers.

Check them out at: http://www.pdxwildlife.com/

 


"Investing in Girls for India's Future"

“Investing in Girls for India’s Future”

Did you know…

In India, every 2 minutes a woman is molested; every 5 minutes a woman is sexually harassed; and every 20 minutes a woman is raped.

How you can help

Teenage girls in India are at a high risk for sexual attack and are often forced to stay at home and not attend school due to their parents’ fear for their safety. Shadhika supports safe transportation to and from school for over 300 girls in Varanasi in order to lower the risk of sexual attack and eliminate the barrier of girls not being allowed to attend school due to safety concerns.

About this nonprofit

Shadhika supports women-led, locally controlled non-profits in India that empower at-risk girls so that they — and India – can realize their aspirations for a better future. Shadhika addresses gender inequality in India by investing in the education, empowerment and economic self-sufficiency of girls and by supporting gender-based violence prevention programs for boys.

Check them out at: http://www.shadhika.org


Omnis Foundation

Omnis Foundation

Did you know…

According to an advocate for children’s rights, 8 million children have been impacted witnessing a war in Ukraine.

How you can help

We sponsor Cure Through Art camp in Ukraine, hosting over 150 children from different parts of the country. Psychologists lead the camp and through art empower war-displaced children to break the emotional and psychological barriers they face. Our goal is to raise enough funds to be able to cure through art 600 children in need.

About this nonprofit

Omnis Foundation is committed to restoring Ukraine through immediate humanitarian aid while establishing long-term health and education programs founded in social responsibility to achieve sustainable growth. United, we will restore hope in a brighter tomorrow.

Check them out at: http://www.omnisfoundation.org


Did you know…

According to Public Health Management Corp. data, there are 5,328 homebound seniors in Philadelphia who own a pet and live below the poverty level.

Sam's Hope

Sam’s Hope

How you can help

Sam’s Hope delivers pet food to 114 pets of homebound seniors on a monthly basis. Volunteer vehicles are too small to accommodate the volume and weight of the pet food and supplies. A van would enable us to deliver more efficiently, and allow for further growth of the “Meals for the Homebound Elderly” program. Our project benefits homebound seniors and their pets in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

About this nonprofit

Our mission is a simple one; to save the lives of companion animals by keeping them out of shelters, (where they face a very uncertain future), and with their families. We achieve our mission through our Pet Food and Veterinary Care Assistance Programs, and our newest program, Meals for the Pets of the Homebound & Elderly. Keeping Pets and Their People Together in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Check them out at: http://www.samshope.org/


Did you know…

In Mexico, every year more than 50,000 children drop out of elementary school in order to work.

It is our duty to act when we are capable of doing so. We have a moral obligation to those less fortunate, to help cover basic human needs and rights to people, and especially children, living in hardship. The provision of food and clothing, as well as school supplies to help kids in Mexico stay in school, is an important step towards alleviating this gap.

About this nonprofit

KinderAid is a is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization established in 2014. It is the mission, duty and purpose of KinderAid to address, coordinate, and provide aid to children in order to improve their standard of living by giving basic essentials such as food and clothing on a local and global level.

Check them out at: https://kinderaid.org/


Did you know…

Bornean Orangutans are verging on extinction, stemming from the impoverished state of Indonesia. Numbers are expected to shrink to 47,000 by 2025.

Working with the Borneo Nature Foundation, we are making a series of short videos to educate villagers on the importance of maintaining their remaining rainforests. By spotlighting outreach activities, we can improve conservation in Indonesian Borneo in partnership with local people to save natural habitat, improve livelihoods, empower women, and protect the remaining orangutan populations.

About this nonprofit

Through visual media, Eyes of the World Films shares critical information and real-life stories about our world with the hope that these stories inspire discussion and engage active participation in the global issues of our time.

Check them out at: http://eyesoftheworldfilms.com


MyLIFESpeaks

How you can help

MyLIFEspeaks strives to provide one meal daily to each student attending school. The school is located near the village of Neply in the city of Leogane, Haiti.

About this nonprofit

MyLIFEspeaks exists to speak up for those who can’t speak for themselves and allow people around the globe the opportunity to be about something bigger than themselves. We do this by creating a safe and healthy environment where individuals with special needs can experience all that life has to offer. We work in the village of Neply, Haiti and are seeing Haiti change in front of us.

Check them out at: http://www.mylifespeaks.com/


Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association

How you can help

The demand for scientists and engineers in the United States outpaces the number of students graduating with higher education degrees. The cost of college has increased 1,120 percent since 1978 and the average student loan debt is $30,000. We believe the assistance to incoming freshman will help reduce their debt and seed their growth to become leaders who can pay it forward to others someday.

About this nonprofit

Leading Renewable Energy organization for the Great Lakes region in advocating and promoting policies, technologies and practices that are environmentally and economically sustainable while partnering with key stakeholders to connect business, government and communities to increase use of renewable energy technologies.

Check them out at: http://www.2glrea.org


Global Dental Relief

How you can help

In a typical week-long clinic, Global Dental Relief provides quality dental care and hygiene education to 600 or more Cambodian kids. We return to the same communities every two years so that kids grow up with regular access to dentistry. This contributes to kids’ ability to lead happy, productive lives and fosters a cycle of healthy, disease-free teeth and mouths.

About this nonprofit

Global Dental Relief’s mission is to bring free dental care to underprivileged children across the world. GDR provides free dental care and oral hygiene education to 8,000 children a year in Nepal, India, Guatemala, Kenya and Cambodia. So that the children we work with have regular access to dentistry growing up, we return to run dental clinics in the same schools every two years.

Check them out at: http://www.globaldentalrelief.org


Ceft Lift Surgery

How you can help

Since 1992 The Palestine Children’s Relief Fund has organized hundreds of volunteer missions from all over the world, to Palestine, and surrounding regions to provide children free cleft lip and palate surgery.

About this nonprofit

The main objective of the PCRF is to identify and treat every child in the Middle East in need of specialized surgery not available to them locally.

Check them out at: http://www.pcrf.net/


Spread Aloha to the World

How you can help

Since 2007, we have been supplying used clothes for children living in rural tribal villages of Vietnam. We give away used t-shirts, shorts, & various clothing articles for free. When resources are available we purchase them at used clothes stores in Vietnam. This also contributes to their local economy. Clothing provides tribal kids dignity & confidence to face challenges in their daily lives.

About this nonprofit

Is an all volunteer tax Exempt Non Profit Organization Approved by the IRS with a 501 (c)3 status. All donations are tax deductible & support local, national, international education, & disaster relief programs. 100% of public donations goes towards our projects. Our programs would not exist without your individual support.

Check them out at: http://www.spreadalohatotheworld.org


FootPrint Possibilities

How you can help

Many villagers in the Kuna Nega, Panama have faucets that leak, or that don’t shut off, or that are broken. They do not replace them. But just one drop per second wastes a lot of water, enough to take 180 showers. Replacing them is cheap and increases the water available for drinking and bathing at little cost. We will replace them free of charge.

About this nonprofit

Dedicated to helping others help themselves…our motto? Do a lot, with a little, fast!

Check them out at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/footprint-possibilities-incewb-p/335687419776810


Engage Globally

How you can help

We are devoted to providing pre-primary school students in Ghana with opportunities to learn about and experience their nation’s environment firsthand. Through field trips and hands-on lessons students are empowered to conserve their nation’s rich biodiversity. To expand our conservation education program, we will fund field trips to Mole National Park an area that typically only tourists explore.

About this nonprofit

Engage Globally supports community led projects in education and conservation. We collaborate with local leaders who have innovative and effective ideas to overcome challenges in their communities. Our funding and technical assistance empowers communities to educate their youth and to sustainably protect their environmental resources.

Check them out at: http://www.engageglobally.org


Hunger Relief International

We are dedicated to alleviating the impact of hunger on the lives of malnourished children and their families as the first step in a long-term strategic plan to achieve family and community self-sufficiency. We partner with communities to create reliable access to basic necessities including nutritious food, clean water, sanitation, education, and health care.

Check them out at: http://hungerreliefinternational.org/


Masaka Childrens Fund

In Masaka over 1000 street children have no shoes. Wassaw was an abandoned boy we found, treated, and got into school. Left untreated, in addition to medical concerns, victims are highly stigmatized; ridicule is one more reason they drop out of school. Shoes are the best preventative against the jiggers. Our goal is to get closed shoes on 100 kids, stamping out jiggers and keep kids in school.

We educate, feed, house and provide medical care for orphans in Masaka Uganda.

Check them out at: http://masakachildrensfund.org/


Sam’s Hope

SNAP benefits cannot be used to purchase pet food for four-footed family members, as it is considered a non-food item. People struggling to provide for their pets are forced to surrender their beloved companions to shelters. Our project provides free pet food to the poor elderly, ill, disabled, unemployed, and low-income in Southeastern Pennsylvania, in an effort to “Keep Pets and People Together”

Our mission is a simple one; to save the lives of companion animals by keeping them out of shelters, (where they face a very uncertain future), and with their families. We achieve our mission through our Pet Food and Veterinary Care Assistance Programs, and our newest program, Meals for the Pets of the Homebound & Elderly. Keeping Pets and Their People Together in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Check them out at: http://www.samshope.org/


Hope for Haiti

Worms consume as much as 20% of daily nutritional intake, causing malnutrition, dehydration & diarrhea. In 2012 we distributed 271,000 tablets of Albendazole (de-worming medication) & saw improvement in students’ performance, attendance & learning ability. Administering the pills only twice a yr. prevents worms from coming back & is the most cost effective treatment.

For 26 years Hope for Haiti has operated with a mission to improve the quality of life for the Haitian people, particularly children, through education, nutrition, & healthcare. Based in Naples, FL & operating in Port-au-Prince and Les Cayes (in the southern region of Haiti), we work to connect, heal, and empower our partners on the path toward sustainability.

Check them out at: http://www.hopeforhaiti.com


Make Safe International

Iraq, like many of today’s conflict zones, is plagued by devastating weapons known as Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs). Our team is trained and prepared to neutralize these threats before they are able to fulfill their deadly purpose. MakeSafe will also provide ambulance and prehospital emergency care services to victims injured in terrorist attacks. Our goal is to provide cost free services.

MakeSafe International is a US Military veteran run non profit Bomb Disposal, landmine removal and Ambulance service dedicated to protecting the lives and property of citizens residing in austere, hostile and less permissive environments.

Check them out at:http://makesafeintl.org


Pets Enriching Troops

Our organization provides a service dog, free of charge, to disabled veterans around the world, along with the task, public access, and socialization training needed to ensure the safety and security of their handler. We provide initial individualized training for up to 2 years, and follow up team training is provided for the lifetime of the team, creating a partnership that will last.

The mission of Pets Enriching Troops is to increase morale, foster positive relationships and responsible pet ownership, and prevent pet abandonment by providing therapy pet services, education and resources to military personnel and their families.

Check them out at: http://petsenrichingtroops.org


Did you know…

Nicaragua has lost 50% of its forest cover since 1950.

Deforestation exacerbates Nicaragua’s water crisis by reducing rainfall, aquifer recharge rates, as well as causing soil erosion and deadly landslides. Reforestation promotes sustainable village wells and drinking water supplies. To date, villagers have planted 700,000 trees. Villagers create tree nurseries and strategically transplant the seedlings throughout their watershed.

About this nonprofit

We envision healthy, educated Nicaraguans achieving a better quality of life for themselves through integrated clean water projects. Our mission is to improve the standard of living of rural Nicaraguans through water, sanitation, health education, and watershed management projects. To date, we have partnered with over 143,715 Nicaraguans on sustainable solutions.

Check them out at: http://www.elporvenir.org


Did you know…

Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is the 2nd leading cause of death in cats, killing 85% of persistently infected felines within three years of diagnosis.

How you can help

Cats entering our shelter in Redwood City, CA are tested for FeLV using a simple blood test. We are one of the very few facilities that accepts FeLV positive cats and kittens, as the majority of animal shelters and humane societies routinely euthanize these animals. These cats are available as long-term fosters. All of their medical care is provided free of charge for the rest of their lives.

About this nonprofit

The Nine Lives Foundation is a 501c3 charity dedicated to rescuing cats and kittens from high-kill shelters throughout California and placing them in permanent, loving homes. In addition to saving cats from senseless euthanasia, Nine Lives provides low cost spay/neuter surgeries for the community and other cat rescue organizations and supports trap-neuter-return of ferals and strays.

Check them out at: http://ninelivesfoundation.org/


Did you know…

Eating coaches warn that lack of one new food every 3-4 days slows down the growth and development of the baby.

How you can help

A relatively wide range of high-quality, nutrient-dense organic foods will be delivered regularly to the baby-refugees in Germany for making them healthy, strong and happy.

About this nonprofit

Charity for A Sustainable World supports scientific projects that offer solutions for higher efficiency levels, promotes advanced educational programs for environmental understanding and business development, builds cross-cultural collaborations to address global sustainability.

Check them out at: http://www.charity-sustainable-world.org


Did you know…

In some classrooms in rural Liberia, up to 10% of the children learn while sitting on the floor.

How you can help

In Liberia, in some classrooms, the kids learn while sitting on the hard, uncomfortable floor for several hours each day. These circumstances are definitely not conducive for learning. Develop Africa is helping to change this by providing chairs so the kids can sit comfortably. The chairs bring dignity and a sense of worth. The kids are more attentive, are able to focus longer and learn better.

About this nonprofit

Develop Africa is working to establish meaningful and sustainable development in Africa. Develop Africa was birthed out of the vision that human resource development is the key to improving nation building capacity in Africa. We are involved in a range of programs in Africa supporting education, micro-finance and small businesses, computer / job skills / leadership development training etc.

Check them out at: http://www.developafrica.org


Did you know…

Showers are now taken with no shower head using 2 gallons per minute of water.

How you can help

Most villagers in Cerro Patacon, Panama have an open pipe under which they shower. They also struggle to store enough water to drink and cook with. Adding a commercial shower head to their pipe more than doubles the amount of water they have by saving at least 50% with each shower they take. This makes more water available for other uses. We will install them for free.

About this nonprofit

Dedicated to helping others help themselves…our motto? Do a lot, with a little, fast!

Check them out at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/footprint-possibilities-incewb-p/335687419776810


Did you know…

Two unaltered cats can create 12,680 cats in only 5 years.

How you can help

Left unchecked, feral cats reproduce at staggering rates. With our spay & neuter programs in Pennsylvania and Maryland, feral cats can live their lives without adding to the homeless cat population. Additionally, our cats gain weight and live healthier lives after being altered. As a result, fewer unwanted and homeless cats are taken to shelters and euthanized.

About this nonprofit

Animal Rescue is a “shelter for life” for stray and abandoned animals. At any one time we have approximately one hundred dogs and several hundred cats; most of which are available for adoption. Animal Rescue also promotes and runs a low cost spay/neuter program, and cares for feral cat colonies in Pennsylvania and Maryland.

Check them out at: http://www.animalrescueinc.org


Did you know…

The World Health Organization states Nicaragua is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere. Families do not have the resources for shoes.

How you can help

We provide shoes to Nicaraguan village kids. This reduces foot injuries, as many of the kids have hook worms as a result of walking around barefoot. During the rainy season, many kids will not attend school due to the lack of shoes combined with muddy roads. Providing shoes allows our kids to attend school year round and avoid foot injuries. Shoes also allow the children to play freely.

About this nonprofit

Is a all volunteer tax Exempt Non Profit Organization Approved by the IRS with a 501 (c)3 status. All donations are tax deductible & support local, national, international education, & disaster relief programs. 100% of public donations goes towards our projects. Our programs would not exist without your individual support.

Check them out at: http://www.spreadalohatotheworld.org


Did you know…

Six categories of bladder stones affect dogs and cats. The most common stones are struvite stones, 39% and calcium oxalate stones, 41%.

How you can help

Cats and dogs suffer from health problems such as diabetes, kidney disease, bladder stones, allergies and UTI’s, all of which can be controlled or resolved with the use of a prescription diet. Prescription pet food is expensive, making it inaccessible to financially challenged pet parents. Our project will provide 30 cases of prescription pet food to Southeastern PA’s needy pets.

About this nonprofit

Our mission is a simple one; to save the lives of companion animals by keeping them out of shelters, (where they face a very uncertain future), and with their families. We achieve our mission through our Pet Food and Veterinary Care Assistance Programs, and our newest program, Meals for the Pets of the Homebound & Elderly. Keeping Pets and Their People Together in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Check them out at: http://www.samshope.org/


Did you know…

Nesting in Florida, leatherbacks are found within 10 kilometers from the coastline. These turtles are under constant threat from ships and boats.

How you can help

We conduct an intensive night time research study along the Atlantic coast of Florida, United States. We utilize mark recapture, satellite tracking, and genetic studies to unravel the mystery of these leatherback turtles. In 2016, we intend to purchase and outfit 2 nesting leatherbacks with satellite transmitters so we may better understand the threats they face as they travel along our coastline.

About this nonprofit

We are dedicated to providing the best tools, techniques, and research for the promotion of wildlife conservation. The primary goal of FLI is to study and preserve threatened and endangered marine turtle populations and to provide results, tools, and data to private organizations as well as local, state, and federal management entities.

Check them out at: http://www.floridaleatherbacks.com


Did you know…

9.3 million people are displaced inside Syria and are without food, water and safe shelter.

How you can help

Working within U.S. guidelines, we provide immediate needs, food, water, shelter to displaced families in Syria. Also we help these families to establish homes in the new location.

About this nonprofit

The vast majority of the world’s poorest people live in rural villages where aid is difficult to extend. Global Hope Network International brings transformation to these villages by helping them find their own solutions to provide clean water, wellness, education, nutritious food, and income generation. Offering a future free from the endless cycle of poverty, GHNI empowers villagers.

Check them out at: http://www.globalhopenetwork.org


Did you know…

The average cost to feed one cat for a year is $200. This does not include higher priced special needs diets for cats with health conditions.

How you can help

Located in South Central Kentucky, the no-kill cat sanctuary, Rays of Hope Inc. provides long-term care to disabled and special needs cats. With over thirty residents in our care at any one time, the cost of food rises every year. Canned cat-food is a must for cats with certain health concerns. For others, dry is appropriate. The rising costs of both are taxing on a small no-kill shelter.

About this nonprofit

Rays of Hope Inc. is a 501C(3) cat shelter. We provide care and shelter to abandoned cats and kittens that have nowhere else to go. Many of our shelter cats are not adoptable due to age, medical conditions, or behavioral problems. If, after a designated time period, we are unable to find them a suitable forever home, they are granted sanctuary for life at our shelter.

Check them out at: http://www.raysofhopeinc.com


Did you know…

The majority of the Bolivian children under the age of 6 live at risk with respect to the vulnerability of their rights. (UNICEF 2001)

How you can help

In the community where we work families have many children and live in poor economic conditions. Many children become victims of neglect or even abuse as most parents still consider it normal to beat their children in order to discipline them. Our social workers receives referrals from schools and health center and work to help the children facing these issues to overcome them and escape.

About this nonprofit

Proyecto Horizonte works to improve the quality of life in a settlement on the edges of Cochabamba, Bolivia, where families struggle to raise their children in daunting economic conditions. With a network of services spanning education, health, and community development, we seek to provide our community with the support that it needs to pull itself out of poverty.

Check them out at: http://www.proyectohorizonte.org


Did you know…

During financially stressful times, the pet is often the first thing that is sacrificed in order to afford food, rent and utilities for the family.

How you can help

Since its inception in 2013, Sam’s Hope has distributed 100,000+ lbs. of pet food and supplies to the poor elderly, ill, disabled and unemployed in Southeastern PA, helping to feed 5000+ pets in need. Food is distributed through partner food pantries, in-home support programs and directly to individuals in need. The goal of this project is to double the impact in 2016.

About this nonprofit

Our mission is a simple one; to save the lives of companion animals by keeping them out of shelters, (where they face a very uncertain future), and with their families. We achieve our mission through our Pet Food and Veterinary Care Assistance Programs, and our newest program, Meals for the Pets of the Homebound & Elderly. Keeping Pets and Their People Together in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Check them out at: http://www.samshope.org/


Did you know…

Freetown, Sierra Leone receives up to 180 inches of rain a year, often resulting in severe flooding.

How you can help

The gutters and drainage system in Freetown, Sierra Leone were not designed to handle the increased volume of surface runoff water from regional deforestation. Each year, the resulting summer floods threaten life and property. We are helping to restore hope by providing water, warm meals and clothing. With this support, families are able to start the process of getting back on their feet.

About this nonprofit

Develop Africa is working to establish meaningful and sustainable development in Africa. Develop Africa was birthed out of the vision that human resource development is the key to improving nation building capacity in Africa. We are involved in a range of programs in Africa supporting education, micro-finance and small businesses, computer / job skills / leadership development training etc.

Check them out at: http://www.developafrica.org


Did you know…

On average, children in rural Nicaragua only go to school for 3.6 years.

How you can help

Children who attend schools with latrines are 20-30% less likely to miss school (CARE). As part of our sanitation program, we collaborate with schools in extremely impoverished rural communities to build sustainable double pit latrines. Students also learn and implement healthy hygiene practices. These measures improve health, school attendance, and academic performance.

About this nonprofit

We envision healthy, educated Nicaraguans achieving a better quality of life for themselves through integrated clean water projects. Our mission is to improve the standard of living of rural Nicaraguans through water, sanitation, health education, and watershed management projects. To date, we have partnered with over 143,715 Nicaraguans on sustainable solutions.

Check them out at: http://www.elporvenir.org


Did you know…

10% of older adults in Southeastern Pennsylvania live below the poverty line, live alone, and are in fair to poor health.

How you can help

Pets provide a myriad of health benefits to older adults; lower cholesterol and blood pressure, fewer doctor visits, and increased social interaction and activity. Many low income seniors feed their pets before themselves, compromising their health. Our project will provide free pet food to low-income seniors in Southeastern PA, for the benefit of both the pet and the senior.

About this nonprofit

Our mission is a simple one; to save the lives of companion animals by keeping them out of shelters, (where they face a very uncertain future), and with their families. We achieve our mission through our Pet Food and Veterinary Care Assistance Programs, and our newest program, Meals for the Pets of the Homebound & Elderly. Keeping Pets and Their People Together in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Check them out at: http://www.samshope.org/


Did you know…

According to data collected between 2008 and 2012, 38.7% of Sierra Leonean youth (ages 15-24) are illiterate (UNESCO).

How you can help

Learning is difficult without the proper tools, but shortage of school supplies is commonplace in Sierra Leone. To address this situation, we are shipping pencils, pens, rulers, calculators, crayons, glue, notebooks and more to schools in Sierra Leone. Since education is a crucial part of alleviating poverty, we hope that each shipment will improve children’s lives permanently.

About this nonprofit

Develop Africa is working to establish meaningful and sustainable development in Africa. Develop Africa was birthed out of the vision that human resource development is the key to improving nation building capacity in Africa. We are involved in a range of programs in Africa supporting education, micro-finance and small businesses, computer / job skills / leadership development training etc.

Check them out at: http://www.developafrica.org


Did you know…

School feeding programs improve nutritional health, school enrollment, attendance, academic performance and gender equity in food insecure areas.

How you can help

Our school feeding programs in Guatemala are currently benefiting 950 students. Each child receives 2 hot meals a day – a local oatmeal-based cereal called “atole” and a nutritious lunch consisting of rice, beans, pasta, soy, corn and oil. Members of the community are highly committed to the program and have taken on the responsibility of preparing and serving the meals at school each day.

About this nonprofit

We are dedicated to alleviating the impact of hunger on the lives of malnourished children and their families as the first step in a long-term strategic plan to achieve family and community self-sufficiency. We partner with communities to create reliable access to basic necessities including nutritious food, clean water, sanitation, education, and health care.

Check them out at: http://hungerreliefinternational.org/


Did you know…

In the Kampong Speu province of Cambodia children only have access to education facilities up to the sixth grade.

How you can help

Rescue Task Force has begun construction of a high school in a remote area in the Kampong Speu province of Cambodia. This life-changing high school, which will be staffed by the ministry of education, once constructed will enable area children to learn all the way up to the 12th grade level.

About this nonprofit

Rescue Task Force (RTF) is a non-profit relief agency that responds to natural and man-made disasters world-wide. RTF delivers volunteer medical and dental teams into the jungles villages of Honduras and has constructed three full service medical and dental clinic facilities deep in the jungles of Honduras’ Miskito Coast. RTF also operates twenty-three schools for women in Afghanistan.

Check them out at: http://www.rescuetaskforce.org


Did you know…

According to an estimate from the United Nations Institute for Statistics, 39% of Sierra Leonean youth (age 15-24) were illiterate in 2011.

How you can help

Everyone who can read this text knows that literacy is like a doorway – walking through it opens up a whole new realm of possibility. In Sierra Leone, a lack of books to read often sabotages the foundation of a student’s education. Our mission? Provide books for Sierra Leonean schools, and bask in students’ joy as they’re equipped to unlock literacy.

About this nonprofit

Develop Africa is working to establish meaningful and sustainable development in Africa. Develop Africa was birthed out of the vision that human resource development is the key to improving nation building capacity in Africa. We are involved in a range of programs in Africa supporting education, micro-finance and small businesses, computer / job skills / leadership development training etc.

Check them out at: http://www.developafrica.org


Did you know…

It can be life threatening if the body’s temperature falls below 86°F.

How you can help

When temperature drop in northern Europe, the refugees from warm southern countries need extra attention to stay warm, safe and healthy. Charity will deliver warm clothes to thousands of Syrian refugees and other migrants staying in Germany.

About this nonprofit

Charity for A Sustainable World supports scientific projects that offer solutions for higher efficiency levels, promotes advanced educational programs for environmental understanding and business development, builds cross-cultural collaborations to address global sustainability.

Check them out at: http://www.charity-sustainable-world.org


 

 

More Time for You is a past contributor and participant in the Business Buddy Program. Through the Business Buddy Program, More Time for You plays a role in supporting the over $90 million in free care and community services that the hospital provides each year.

More Time for You has worked with many other fund raising organizations within the area, donating housecleaning and other services.  We have also created a fund raising referral program featuring for our cleaning services as well.