Supporting programs to rebuild after hurricanes Maria and Irma. Providing tools and education for at-risk youth who complete the building projects through the "My Brother's Workshop" organization.
Donating food items for distribution to those in need by sending them to a 3rd grade student in Indiana who collects them on behalf of his local food pantry organizations.
Lists were created and fulfilled for women's personal hygiene items that were then distributed by the Model Behavior Organization of Los Angeles.
Helping to support those displaced by the 2018 Woolsey and Hill fires in California. Collections set up by a board member in Los Angeles were distributed while she was out helping to rescue and transport animals that had been trapped or injured in the fires.
Donating needed items to those across the country helping with the rescue and recovery of our furry friends, specifically in California & Texas in 2019 & 20.
Helping teachers in North Carolina make more impact in the lives of students in underserved areas by creating lists and allowing donors to send the requested supplies directly to the teachers.
In late summer and fall of 2020, we served along with a handful of other nonprofits in providing food, supplies and assistance to those affected by the very active hurricane activity in Southwest Louisiana. Volunteers and team members were also able to participate in debris clearing projects set up through Cajun Navy in Lake Charles, LA.
Team members in Indiana hosted several donation drives, collecting gently used goods and list items including purses to be filled with essentials and shared with unhoused community members. Other drives were for camping supplies and personal hygiene items to be given to victims of natural disaster and/or local individuals in need.
A wish list was posted for New Challenge Food Bank in Torrance, CA, to help with diminished supplies and increased need due to the pandemic. Items were purchased and sent directly to the food bank while they were continuing to serve their community while dealing with increased stress on area food supplies and pantries.
Hundreds of donated purses were filled with supplies that were listed by at risk women & teens, specifically those in transition out of situations of domestic abuse or violence.
Items requested by community members living outdoors in camps and tents were listed, purchased and gathered into care packages and dropped off throughout the Charlotte, NC area.