We work in partnership with some great organisations.
We enjoy partnerships and work with some truly amazing organisations. Please read on further down this page for full details about the groups we work with, how we help each other, and more.
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The Art Creation Foundation for Children (ACFFC), is an arts based non-profit organization created for the personal growth, empowerment, and education of children in need in Jacmel, Haiti.
“A Window Between Worlds is a nonprofit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Through creative expression, battered women and children recover a sense of renewal and power. Their images of hope, survival and strength educate the public and become “a window between worlds” for survivors taking steps to change their lives.”
“Here at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Las Vegas, our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Our core programs engage young people in activities with adults, peers and family members that enable them to reach their full potential. Based on the interests and needs of the boys and girls they serve, clubs offer diverse program activities in five areas: Character and Leadership Development, Education and Career Development, The Arts, Sports Fitness and Recreation, and Health and Life Skills.”
“Bradley Angle was founded in 1975, by women who had enough violence for a lifetime and were ready to change their lives. Named for Sharon Bradley and Pam Angle, who died from the violence of living on the streets in Portland, Oregon, Bradley Angle was the first domestic violence shelter on the West Coast. Today we provide a continuum of domestic violence and sexual assault support services for survivors and their children. Our dream is to end sexual and domestic violence in all its forms.”
“The Coalition to Abolish Slavery & Trafficking (CAST; EIN: 10-0008533), a not-for-profit organization, was established in 1998 in the wake of the El Monte sweatshop case where 72 Thai garment workers were kept for eight years in slavery and debt bondage. Upon their release and under the leadership of CAST’s founder Dr. Kathryn MacMahon, a group of concerned community activists realized something needed to be done to address the re-emergence of slavery in our own backyards. Today, CAST is a multi-ethnic, multi-lingual human rights organization located in Los Angeles that has been nationally and internationally recognized for its dedication to the identification of trafficking survivors, the mobilization of all sectors of the community to identify and advocate against trafficking, and the provision of direct services for victims.”
“The Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center provides nutritious meals in a warm, safe and caring environment, free of charge, no questions asked, to anyone who comes seeking nourishment. As part of our hospitality we also encourage and assist our guests in accessing community resources, services and educational programs.”
“Connections for Abused Women and their Children, formerly Chicago Abused Women Coalition, is committed to ending domestic violence. Using a self-help, empowerment approach, we provide a shelter for women and children, and counseling, advocacy, and a 24-hour hotline for people affected by domestic violence. We work for social change through education, service collaboration and institutional advocacy.”
“Founded in 1971 by Gary Berman and Adam Malin, two young teenage sci-fi fans in New York, Creation Entertainment continues an over 40 year tradition of producing the world’s leading conventions for fans of genre television and film. Inventing the concept of “traveling” fan conventions, Creation has brought its brand of live interactive entertainment events to millions of attendees throughout the United States, Canada and Great Britain. Beginning with the development of localized comic book conventions in the 1970’s 1980’s, including its long running annual Thanksgiving weekend event in Manhattan, Creation later moved its interest into focusing on sci-fi, fantasy and horror television series and films.”
“The Crib is currently operating in St. Mary’s County, Maryland. We offer case management services focused on working with young, single parents. We focus on parents with young children, because studies have shown that the first three years of a child’s life have a greater impact on their overall life experiences than any other period of their development. Few things contribute more to having opportunities to live healthy fulfilled lives than having a safe and stable childhood. The Crib is actively working to improve conditions for children through improving the health, education and well-being of their parents.”
“Daily Bread Food Bank is a non-profit, charitable organization that is fighting to end hunger in our communities. Every year thousands of people across Toronto rely on food banks. Daily Bread serves these people through neighbourhood food banks and meal programs in over 170 member agencies.”
“The Centre assists women with their immediate and crisis needs so they can develop stability and access the resources they need to improve health, family, employment and housing situations. We promote positive change by offering individual long-term support, education, advocacy, peer mentorship and exposure to alternatives.”
“DWC began as the result of one woman’s deep concern for the well-being of mentally ill women who found themselves destitute and on the streets of Los Angeles following the closure of psychiatric hospitals in the early 1970’s. Her relationship with Rosa, a mentally ill woman whose home was two shopping carts in a downtown parking lot, initiated and inspired the support of the many individuals who have offered their time, resources, and talents to create a safe place for women facing the harsh realities of homelessness.”
Espoir des Enfants is a small orphanage in Jacmel, Haiti. When funding from their founding nonprofit dried up, Jacques Africot adopted all of the children and now takes care of them himself.
Faith & Love in Action’s mission is to bring about change in the lives of the orphans and needy children of Haiti.
“GISHWHES is a 5-time Guinness World Record breaking scavenger hunt hosted by Misha Collins. Thousands of participants from more than 100 countries are placed on 15-person teams and for one week, through laughter, blood, sweat and tears, they acquire items on a wild and jaw-dropping scavenger hunt list.”
“HELP of Southern Nevada was started by the Junior League of Las Vegas and was incorporated in 1970. It is a 501 (c) (3) organization that has grown exponentially since the inception, from an organization that served fewer than three hundred people a year, to one that will serve over 100,000 unduplicated people in a fiscal year. HELP of Southern Nevada responds to the changing needs of our growing community. We strategically expand our programs and refine our service delivery systems to better serve the poor, the homeless and those in crisis who come to us as a place of last resort. We pride ourselves on being 100% local and 100% accountable and engaging other organizations through collaboration to achieve maximum impact with the services we provide and the clients we serve.”
“HomeFront’s mission is to end homelessness in Central New Jersey by harnessing the caring, resources and expertise of the community.”
“We specialize in unique fan experiences with cast and crew from popular and cult television shoes and film.”
The Jacmel Children’s Center was created to offer love, a home, and education to orphans in Jacmel, Haiti. It was founded by Bonite Affriany and funded by Random Acts through our 3-year Hope to Haiti campaign.
“Rita Mathew and John Mathew co-founded Kalmat Foundation Inc. in 2011. In 2005 Rita had the idea to help children across the globe with shoes. While we were in Sri Lanka in 2005 and then in 2006 we saw many children in rural areas, walking to school on the hot tar roads in 100F/40C degree weather without a pair of shoes. We realized these children and their parents could not afford to buy shoes. In Sri Lanka, the average price of a pair of shoes is about Rs. 500 (USD$5.00).
We seek to improve living conditions of children around the world by providing help to meet their basic needs. We want them to grow up in a healthy environment and have a fair chance to achieve their full potential.”
“We’re Krimson. We work with passionate people to tell stories through brand, print, and the web.”
“Legendary Women, Inc. is an organization founded to counteract the negative representation of women in the media, as well as to empower and promote women* in their everyday lives and endeavors.”
“MacDonald Motorsports Owner Randy MacDonald has been around the NASCAR circles since 1985, when he began his own racing career with the loving support of his father “Doc” and his mother Pat MacDonald. As a NASCAR driver, Randy was successful in making it all the way to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The MacDonald family became NASCAR team owners in 1986 and have fielded cars in all three of NASCAR’s elite series following faith based principles. MacDonald Motorsports focuses on assisting our sponsors with strategically increasing the overall awareness of corporate messaging or brand recognition by consistently articulating the message to be delivered through motorsports. MacDonald Motorsports offers drivers opportunities to gain experience from grass roots all the way through the elite series of NASCAR.”
“MWS provides a safe haven for women who are homeless due to physical, emotional or sexual abuse, family breakdown, financial strife, domestic violence, mental health issues, lack of affordable housing and other factors.”
A New York Public Middle School in Queens currently struggling with student attendance and success.
“Since 1988, the citizens of Newton, Massachusetts have joined in a partnership with fellow activists in the Pacific Coast town of San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua (pop. 18,500). We have built or renovated twenty school houses in remote villages throughout the 250-square mile San Juan school district, constructed model homes for teachers, painted and renovated existing schools, rebuilt playgrounds, sponsored teacher workshops, and supported village pre-schools. We helped create the Newton Workshop on Appropriate Technology where we build innovative water-purification systems and smoke-free cooking stoves. We also serve as the pass-through for the innovative Free High School for Adults.”
“Over centuries, vintners have carefully singled out the most admired vines, naming each with a unique number to identify its unique attributes. Here in California, we’ve planted a selection of these vines exactly where they will flourish best: in select locations on the red soils and cobblestones of our family-owned vineyard in Lodi and on the gentle slopes of our cool-climate vineyard estate in Monterey.”
“Organic Perspectives is a Ugandan environmental nonprofit that works with rural smallholder farmers. Since 2007, our work has taken a ‘three-pronged’ approach integrating community forestry, alternative household energy and organic gardening. Our goal is to protect the environment, promote food security and enhance rural smallholder farmers’ incomes through sustainable & economically-viable agriculture.”
“Since 2005 Rogue Events have had the pleasure of bringing you the very best stars to conventions in the UK and Germany from US and UK television shows and films.”
“Our mission is to build people’s capacity to participate more fully in community life, by addressing the underlying causes of deep, persistent disadvantage and social exclusion.”
“Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing or homelessness – and we campaign to prevent it in the first place.”
“SOME (So Others Might Eat) is an interfaith, community-based organization that exists to help the poor and homeless of our nation’s capital. We meet the immediate daily needs of the people we serve with food, clothing, and health care. We help break the cycle of homelessness by offering services, such as affordable housing, job training, addiction treatment, and counseling, to the poor, the elderly and individuals with mental illness.”
“The mission of Speedway Children’s Charities remains true to the ideals it was founded upon in 1982: To care for children in educational, financial, social and medical need in order to help them lead productive lives. SCC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and provides funding for hundreds of non-profit organizations throughout the nation that meet the direct needs of children. Our vision is that every child has the same opportunities no matter what obstacle they are facing.”
“The Uganda Community Farm (UCF) began as a project of Organic Perspectives, but has now transitioned into an independent social venture whose sole focus is that of reversing extreme poverty.
The UCF is a social enterprise that aims to equip Uganda’s rural poor with the knowledge and skills to lift themselves out of extreme poverty in a self sufficient way. We do this by training rural smallholder farmers on organic ginger, and 2) pooling together these farmers’ ginger and marketing it under a single umbrella of the UCF.”
Vickery Meadow Food Pantry is a food pantry and clothes closet administered by the Ladies of Charity. They collect food and clothing items for families.
“Wellness Works is a not for profit holistic health and education center where professionally licensed therapists and educators invite the community to participate in classes, workshops, sliding scale clinics, private sessions and special events.”
WAC has been dedicated to connecting the community through the arts for more than forty years and reaches more than 11,000 people annually through outstanding arts and education programs. These programs include: contemporary art exhibitions, arts education, and the performance arts of chamber and jazz music and film. With a goal to inspire and educate younger audiences, WAC’s arts education and outreach programs for ages 2 – 18 will reach over 4,000 students this year through school field trips, workshops, and family programs.”