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5 Non-profit organizations you can help make a different this Giving Tuesday!

Deon Green | November 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

We are a community based organization that strives to be a positive impact on the most vulnerable members of our community. This Giving Tuesday we want to connect you where you can provide the greatest impact on the lives of those who need it most. Here are five Non-profit organizations that you can help make a difference.

Bridges Safehouse

This is a Christian ministry that seeks to encourage, empower and equip women and children in crisis, by providing shelter, resources, life-skills training, and mentorship.

🌐https://bridgescanhelp.org/donate/ 

The Arlington Life Shelter

The Arlington Life Shelter shepherds homeless men, women, and children towards a lifestyle of self-sufficiency by providing sustainable resources, holistic services, and the support they need for a brighter future.

🌐https://arlingtonlifeshelter.org/get-involved/  

Fabulous Faiths Foundation

The mission of the Fabulous Faith’s Foundation is to end the suffering caused by pediatric cancer by providing support for medical facilities such as Cook Children’s Medical Center, the Ronald McDonald House, pediatric cancer research, and families that have been affected by pediatric cancer.

🌐https://www.fabulousfaithsfoundation.org/

Harvesting International Ministry Center

Harvesting International Ministry Center is a non-profit organization, established to reach out to provide holistic care for families in need in our cities.

🌐https://www.nfggive.com/guidestar/74-2510566

Mother Dozier’s Homeless Foundation Inc

This non-profit organization’s mission is to meet the needs of women and children who are at-risk for homelessness and those who are experiencing homelessness between the ages of 13 to 62.

🌐MOTHER DOZIERS HOMELESS FOUNDATION, INC. | Mother Dozier’s Homeless Foundation (Powered by Donorbox)

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