Who we support
We provide financial support, strategic coaching and a helping hand to a growing number of charitable organizations, non-profits and faith based organizations. Listed below are a some of our primary and recent causes.
Place of Hope is a faith-based, state licensed organization focused on providing programs and services to end the cycles of abuse, neglect, homelessness and human trafficking. Place of Hope offers support to children, youth and families in need. They are the largest, most diverse, residential children and families organization in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast. Place of Hope is dedicated to providing a stable and loving environment for children, youth and families that are hurting.
Recovery Church Movement (RCM) is a national network of Recovery Churches created by the recovery community for the recovery community. RCM is a bridge between the 12-Step Fellowships and the Church. RCM currently operates out of 25 locations in 10 states conducting midweek worship services and teaching and training those in early recovery to grow in their faith and recovery.
Believe With Me is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing hope and help to America’s families of fallen soldiers and inspiring the next generation to live a life worthy of their sacrifices. We provide gifts to more than 1,600 Gold Star children each Christmas, housing for Gold Star Families, and emergency financial assistance. Believe With Me serves families whose loved ones were Killed In Action, Killed In Training, PTSD Suicide, Active Duty Accidents, and Service Connected Illness deaths. Since 2015, Believe With Me has taught hundreds of students the costs of their freedoms and opportunities while serving thousands of families who have lost a loved one in the service of our nation’s military. Our generosity towards these families is based on our need to honor them, know their stories and the fallen heroes who have paid the ultimate sacrifice…our giving is never based on need.
Equip trains, resources, and mobilizes Christian leaders around the world to positively impact their local communities and expand their circles of influence. Founded by internationally respected leadership expert Dr. John Maxwell, Equip is committed to the transformation of individuals, communities, and nations
Cradles to Crayons provides children from birth through age 12, living in homeless or low-income situations, with the essential items they need to thrive – at home, at school and at play. They engage and connect communities to collect new and nearly new children’s items through grassroots community drives and corporate donations. After processing and packing items in their Giving Factory warehouse, they distribute packages free of charge to local children through their collaborative network of diverse service partners.
Ryan's Case for Smiles' mission is to enable children with cancer and other life-changing illnesses, as well as their families, to cope with their illness today, while building resiliency to thrive in the future. In short, to feel better to heal better. While other organizations strive to find a cure, Ryan’s Case for Smiles helps with the stress and emotional impact of illness in the here and now. A hospital experience can be terrifying and traumatic for both a child and their family. The whimsical pillowcases Ryan’s Case for Smiles delivers give hospitalized children an emotional boost, while their PTSD resources and tools help families better understand and cope with the experience
Calvary Church began as part of the Calvary Chapel movement which has always been known for being churches that teach the Bible… chapter-by-chapter, verse-by-verse. Calvary prioritizes teaching the Bible, reaching communities, connecting people and families and helping people find hope through Jesus Christ.
Generation S.O.S. helps teens and young adults make life-saving choices about substance misuse and other mental health issues. We focus on prevention, helping teens learn warning signs and coping skills before they have serious problems with these life-threatening challenges. The S.O.S. in our name stands for "Sharing Our Stories." We’ve created a unique community where teens feel comfortable talking openly and honestly, peer-to-peer, sharing their struggles — without stigma or shame.
Sharing Excess is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit that uses surplus food as a solution to scarcity. While over 40 million people in the US face food insecurity, nearly 40% of the nation's food supply is going to waste. Our mission is to bridge the gap between excess and scarcity by partnering with food businesses and farmers to deliver surplus food to a network of nonprofits, food banks, and community organizations to alleviate local food insecurity.