The KidSafe Foundation
The KidSafe Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization began specifically to protect children from child sexual abuse, bullying and internet exploitation. Since 2009, KidSafe has provided comprehensive prevention education programs to children, parents, educators, and professionals. Cofounders, Sally Berenzweig, MEd, MA and Cherie Benjoseph, LCSW, utilized their extensive backgrounds as child safety experts, mental health professionals, educators, authors, public speakers, and moms with over 50 years of combined experience to develop effective prevention education programs. The KidSafe curriculum focuses on awareness, identification, protocols for reporting abuse, and clear strategies for prevention. KidSafe programs, educational materials, tips, online adult training and their Safe and Smart book series all help break down difficult topics in a fun, age appropriate manner and empowers children and their guardians with tools, language and skills they need to stay safe.
Tri-County Animal Rescue
Tri-County Animal Rescue in Boca Raton is a no-kill, nonprofit animal shelter which works to prevent the killing of tens of thousands of unwanted pets in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Counties each year. Since inception, we have saved over 50,000 domestic animals from being euthanized, placing them in homes through our adoption center. We also work with organizations, businesses, and local school districts to educate the community on animal awareness. At Tri-County Animal Rescue, we believe that every cat and dog—regardless of breed, gender, temperament, etc.—deserves to live a happy and healthy life. Our mission, then, aims to shelter and provide a comfortable home for all animals placed in our facility. We consider every animal that comes to our shelter a member of our own family, loving and caring for them with the utmost respect and tenderness until we can place them in their safe, happy, forever homes.
SOS Children’s Villages
SOS Children’s Villages – Florida is a foster care neighborhood in Coconut Creek. Our tree-lined street has twelve houses, which are home to up to seventy-five boys and girls. Our promise of “Healing, Hope and Home for Every Child” assures every child growing up in the Village a safe and secure home, a nurturing family, a vibrant childhood and an array of services to help them overcome their past traumas and build a successful future. The Village allows for brothers and sisters, who are typically separated while in foster care, to reunite and maintain their family connection.
Habitat for Humanity
At Habitat for Humanity, we build because we believe that everyone, everywhere, should have a healthy, affordable place to call home. More than building homes, we build communities, we build hope and we build opportunity for families to help themselves. We help families break the cycle of poverty and build long-term financial security. With an affordable, stable home, families have more to spend on food, medicine, child care, education and other essentials. Habitat has transformed the lives of more than 5 million people around the world.
Wayne Barton Study Center
The purpose of the Wayne Barton Study Center is to enhance the health, welfare and education of children in need in the community. The Organization believes that positive choices empower our youth into leading productive lives. High School graduation is the expectation of the Study Center; a college education is the goal. WBSC is intended to fill those needs that are not being met through the home or school. The Study Center emphasizes academic development, counseling, nutritional needs, study skills, recreational activities, living skills, and citizenship in a multicultural society.
Boca Helping Hands
Boca Helping Hands provides food and emergency assistance to meet basic human needs and long-term solutions to break the cycle of dependence. Boca Helping Hands provides services to benefit individuals, families, and children during times of need, emergency, or crisis. Providing those services with compassion when assisting people in need to help improve their lives. Boca Helping Hands also focuses on fostering dignity, self-respect and self-esteem in everyone who seeks our services. While also offering the resources necessary to help people in need gain independence.
Forgotten Soldiers Outreach
The purpose of Forgotten Soldiers Outreach is to send care packages and letters of encouragement to our deployed soldiers. Unfortunately, many military personnel who are fighting for our freedom go through many great struggles and get emotionally depressed. Being away from family, friends and loved ones can take its toll on a soldier, especially when the communication can be difficult and/or lessened during high war times. The critical goal of this Organization is to continually encourage the men & women who are abroad fighting for our great nation & to inspire hope, strength and courage while they are separated from loved ones, family & friends.
The Soup Kitchen Boynton Beach
The Soup Kitchen in Boynton Beach has been feeding people in need no matter their particular circumstances. For 30 years, they have relied entirely on private donations and the work of caring volunteers. The Soup Kitchen operates efficiently and continues to meet the increased demand as hundreds line up for a hot meal each day.
Caring House Project Foundation
“In 2023 and beyond the Caring House Project Foundation shall create projects based upon self-sufficiency by providing housing, food, water, medical support and opportunity for the desperately poor and homeless from around the world, particularly in Haiti and here in the USA.”
We need your help to build our 30th and 31st self-sustaining villages in our 25th Haitian city in the last 21 years. Over that span we’ve sheltered and created a self-sufficient existence for 13,600+ desperately poor children and their families.
To be clear, when we say self-sustaining, we mean it. Due to the high unemployment rate in Haiti, we employ ONLY Haitians to build the villages (we take no volunteers) and buy ALL local materials. We import NOTHING into Haiti. In many of the rural areas where we build our villages the unemployment rate can exceed 80%.
Also, we continue to be very involved with domestic homelessness and natural disaster efforts right here in the U.S.
A little more about our 30th and 31st village – The Family Village and The HERO Village in Jeremie, Haiti we will start building very soon.
This villages will contain a total of 100 solar-powered concrete homes each with a micro-flush toilet + 150 gallon cistern, community center (school, church, clinic), water tank to hold 1000 gallons of clean water, solar power in the community center to include lighting and plugs for phone charging, security perimeter wall, 100 goats (1 per house), 200 fruit trees (2 per house), 200 chickens (2 per house) and entrance sign showing the name of the village.