ARA Charlotte Charitable Foundation | The MidAtlantic Apartment Realty Advisors Team consists of four seasoned brokers with a combined 45 years of experience, a financial analyst, marketing director, due diligence coordinator, and support personnel. We are by far the largest and most active multi-family brokerage group in the Carolinas with a brokerage volume in excess of $6 billion since 1996, $5.2 billion since 2000, and over $4 billion since 2003. Our team has sold well over three times as many Carolina apartment properties as our closest competitors. | website
The Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation promotes health equity and seeks to improve the health outcomes of populations disproportionately affected by serious diseases by strengthening health care worker capacity, integrating medical care and community-based supportive services, and mobilizing communities in the fight against disease. The Foundation engages partners to develop, execute, evaluate and promote innovative programs to help patients with lung cancer in the United States; HIV and comorbid diseases such as cervical and breast cancers, tuberculosis and mental health disorders in sub-Saharan Africa; hepatitis B and C in China and India; veterans’ mental health and well-being in the U.S.; and type 2 diabetes in the U.S., China and India. The Foundation also is working to build cancer nursing capacity in Central and Eastern Europe; and to expand access to specialty care for vulnerable populations with lung cancer, skin cancer or HIV in the U.S. | website
Catholic Relief Services. Our mission is to assist impoverished and disadvantaged people overseas, working in the spirit of Catholic social teaching to promote the sacredness of human life and the dignity of the human person. Although our mission is rooted in the Catholic faith, our operations serve people based solely on need, regardless of their race, religion or ethnicity. Within the United States, CRS engages Catholics to live their faith in solidarity with the poor and suffering people of the world. CRS is motivated by the example of Jesus Christ to ease suffering, provide development assistance, and foster charity and justice. We are committed to a set of Guiding Principles and hold ourselves accountable to each other for them. | website
The Digicel Foundation is a non-profit organization that distributes and utilizes funds on a charitable basis for the sole purpose of building communities and community spirit in Haiti. The Digicel Foundation strives to ensure that communities are healthy, primarily through the support of community based and driven activities which should embrace social, cultural and particularly educational objectives. In the midst of the poverty in which the majority of Haitian people live today, there is an urgent need to foster community development initiatives as well as to create and nurture centers of educational excellence so that children are given the opportunity to reach their true potential. This is the excellence to which the Foundation and the communities they work with are striving for with their interventions. | website
LeSEA Global Feed The Hungry is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Christian mission focused on fighting hunger due to poverty, war, famine, and natural disasters. Our pastor-to-pastor, church-to-church strategy delivers aid to fulfill the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of people in crisis. Founded by missionary statesman Dr. Lester Sumrall (1913–1996) in 1987 to respond to God’s challenge, “That my church in the third world does not die of hunger before I return.” Feed The Hungry has delivered more than $200 million of food and supplies to hungry, hurting people in 92 nations around the globe. We also respond with emergency food and relief during disasters like the Japan tsunami, Haiti earthquake, Oklahoma tornadoes, Hurricane Sandy, and the Syrian crisis. | website
Free The Children is the world’s largest network of children helping children through education, with more than one million youth involved in our innovative education and development programs in 45 countries. Founded in 1995 by international child rights activist Craig Kielburger, Free The Children has a proven track record of success. The organization has received the World’s Children’s Prize for the Rights of the Child (also known as the Children’s Nobel Prize), the Human Rights Award from the World Association of Non-Governmental Organizations, and has formed successful partnerships with leading school boards and Oprah’s Angel Network. | website
Food For The Poor is the largest international relief and development organization in the United States, according to the Chronicle of Philanthropy. Founded in 1982, our interdenominational Christian ministry serves the poorest of the poor in 17 countries throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. Thanks to our faithful donors, our programs provide housing, healthcare, education, fresh water, emergency relief and micro-enterprise assistance in addition to feeding hundreds of thousands of people each day. | website
Fund for the Poor, Inc.
Fund for the Poor’s mission is to support organizations that operate programs that aid disadvantaged, poor and disabled families and individuals through social, financial or educational assistance to alleviate social ills and to promote self-sufficiency and self-esteem. Located in Melville, NY.
W.K. Kellogg’s compassion and his belief in the promise and the importance of children were clear in the name he chose for the organization he created in 1930: the W.K. Kellogg Child Welfare Foundation. While the organization name was soon shortened to the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the focus on protecting, nurturing and supporting opportunities for children has continued to this day. | website
NotesFirst is a mobile and web platform designed for healthcare professionals to capture, manage, and share patient information. Our iOS app and web portal are intuitive, mobile, and fully customizable – you can create patient notes, forms, and track tasks according to your workflow requirements. Our company is currently supporting medical missions and international medical outreach programs. | website
The PEACE Fund is a registered 501(c)(3) ‘not for profit’ charity founded by the actor, Adrian Paul. The PEACE Fund focuses on small, under-funded and hard-working charities who are determined to make a positive difference to the lives of children living in extraordinarily difficult circumstances. The words Protect, Educate and Aid are the focus of The Peace Fund’s goals. | website
John Paul DeJoria co-founded Paul Mitchell in 1980 and helped turn it into the world’s largest privately owned salon haircare company. In 2011, John Paul founded JP’s Peace, Love & Happiness Foundation to invest in charities that share the core values of his companies – sustainability, social responsibility and animal-friendliness. John Paul, along with his family, believes that success unshared is failure. To that end, the DeJoria family is committed to contributing to a sustainable planet through investing in people, protecting animals and conserving the environment. John Paul believes that the best way to help people is to empower them to help themselves. Currently, the foundation is investing in gardening and farming programs to equip people to feed their families and start small businesses. | website
UMCOR is a US registered non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to alleviating human suffering and providing humanitarian relief around the globe. UMCOR has partnered with HaitiChildren for many years donating much needed supplies such as diapers, health kits, school kits and most recently 245 layette kits for babies. UMCOR not only helps take care of our precious children but those also in desperate need, Haiti’s most vulnerable and abandoned children. HaitiChildren sends a HUGE thank you to UMCOR for partnering with us in our mission to protect and provide for Haiti’s most vulnerable children! UMCOR is in need of volunteers to create the kits they donate to HaitiChildren and others in need. | website
The Vibrant Village Foundation invests in the potential of communities around the world. We provide support in the areas of nutrition and health, clean water, agriculture, education, arts and economic development. Our goal is to achieve results that are measurable and long-term to improve individual lives. We seek to cultivate long-term partnerships to develop and maintain long-term solutions that encompass multiple projects within each community. Our projects are innovative, take risks and are agile enough to make significant change. We are committed to ensuring that our investments are spent directly in the communities where we work to the greatest extent possible. | website
World of Children Award provides funding and recognition to support life-changing work for children. By discovering and elevating only the most effective changemakers for children worldwide, we set the gold standard in child advocacy. Using rigorous criteria, we select and recognize only those individuals with proven, sustainable programs for children in need with a track record of success. We are the only global recognition and funding program that exclusively focuses on a broad range of children’s only issues: health (including hunger and nutrition), education, safety, and human rights. | website