It is said, “To whom much is given, much will be required.” This resonates with me because when my heart is humbled by gratitude for my blessings, I am galvanized to give back. Gratitude has been pivotal in my life, and has inspired me to consider these important charitable causes. Please take a look.
A report of child abuse is made every ten seconds, and almost five children die everyday as a result of child abuse.
This praiseworthy center is dedicated to preventing and treating child abuse, strengthening families, and preventing violence in families, schools and communities.
Please find your local center to help in the effort to heal broken hearts and prevent child abuse.
A place where everyone is accepted and loved.
Homeboy Industries provides hope, training, and support to formerly gang-involved and previously incarcerated men and women allowing them to direct their lives and become contributing members of our community.
This wonderful organization is dedicated to providing basic necessities such as food, clothing, shelter, and education for children orphaned by the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Kenya.
YoungLife provides fun, skill-building experiences for adolescents of every ability and all economic, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds. Navigating life can often be challenging, particularly during the middle and high school years. YoungLife camps offer support and camaraderie for teens nationwide during this sensitive time in their lives. I have been fortunate to see kids’ lives change for the better through the programs and camps YoungLife provides. A young person near and dear to me shared that their time with YoungLife was the best week of their life.
A safe, happy, and thriving existence is the right for every human being—the reason why I support OUR Rescue.
Human trafficking has become modern day, and is now the third most profitable business for organized crime, behind drugs and arms. Human trafficking involves the force, fraud and coercion to obtain various types of labor or commercial sex act. There are 40+ modern-day slaves. 1 in 4 slavery victims are children, and 71% of slavery victims are women and children.