For young people with chronic skin conditions, Camp Discovery offers a summer camping experience unlike any they’ve had before. Every year, the American Academy of Dermatology sponsors a week of fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing, arts and crafts, and just plain fun.
The Center of Hope (Haiti) provides cultural, economic, social, financial and advisory resources to develop and maintain an orphanage for children in Hinche, Haiti. Its mission is to foster livelihood and hope for the future of orphaned children of Haiti by providing shelter, education, nutrition, emotional security, healthcare and life skills to the children and their caregivers.
Chicken & Egg Pictures are very excited to announce their next round of grantees! Please browse over the films within their various different funding programs as listed below, and watch for their progress as we nurture them to take flight of the nest and soar!
Founder, Deborah Santana - Do A Little is a non-profit created to support women in the areas of health, education & happiness. Do A Little also helps all people, no matter what gender, sexual persuasion, religion or ethnicity.
The Heart Gallery is a traveling photographic and audio exhibit created to find forever families for children in foster care.The Heart Gallery of America is a collaborative project of over 120 Heart Galleries across the United States (and growing) designed to increase the number of adoptive families for children needing homes in our community. Now, in its eighth year, The Heart Gallery model is being replicated in many communities across the country. Although many of our children were removed from abusive and neglectful situations, they still have hope. They love to laugh, learn and be with their friends. Most of all they dream of finding a forever family to be their own.
Little Stars School educates more than 400 children from underpriviledged homes. It is the only school of its kind in Varanasi providing quality education to children from poor homes and is totally dependent on donations and sponsorship as it is not funded by the government. Uniforms, tuition and books are provided to the children whose parents can not afford it. It is not merely a school for learning letters and numbers, but a haven where children feel welcome and safe. Despite life’s overwhelming odds stacked against them, the children are learning.
Path of the Heart touches the lives of those in need, and makes a profound difference in individual lives. A non-profit, non-governmental, non-denominational charity, Path of the Heart seeks to affirm the dignity and worth that exists in every human being, as well as to promote and teach respect for people without distinction as to race, color, creed, sex, religion, language or social status. Path of the Heart has programs that feed hungry children, give safe, comfortable homes to orphans and helps educate exceptionally bright and gifted youngsters. The Path of the Heart is a 501©(3) charitable non-profit organization where 100% of your tax-deductible donation goes directly to those in need. Path of the Heart supports 4 orphanages, 19 children in universities and trade schools plus 3 Food-lines that feed 1000+ people of the street a healthy, balanced meal every day.
A partnership of public and private agencies serving children and youth in foster care throughout the San Francisco Bay Area -- working together with community volunteers, photographers and artists. The Bay Area Heart Gallery is a stunning professional photography exhibit consisting of 50 photographs of children and youth living in foster care in need of adoptive families and permanent lifelong relationships.
Milagro ("Miracle") is Deborah and Carlos Santana's charitable foundation that supports under-represented and underprivileged children and youth in the areas of arts, education and health. The foundation makes grants to organizations that work with children and youth, especially those at risk and disadvantaged due to such factors as poor health, illiteracy, or insufficient educational and cultural opportunities.
The historic downtown Novato Theater has been closed for 20 years. With community support, it will be rebuilt as a film, performing arts, cultural center so that live music, theater, and film events can have a year round venue.