Through our Get & Give program that ran for the last two months we gave couples that booked with us the chance to chose a non profit to give to. To our surprise each organization was chosen. Thanks for caring.
- Stephen’s Children
Stephen's Children is an organization based in Cairo, Egypt. It reaches out the “poorest of the poor” living in the garbage dumps of Cairo. Over 500,000 families currently live in extreme poverty among the garbage dump, and many of them are one-parent homes with no husband or father. Many children suffer from abuse and malnourishment. They also have no opportunity for education or securing any type of job.
Stephen’s Children has a staff of over 1,200 members that is able to reach 24,000 families, operate 60 medical clinics and education centers, and ministers to over 21,000 children. The Stephen’s Children staff is lead by Maggie Gobran, often known as Mama Maggie, who has committed her life to the poorest of Cairo.
- MAMA Project
Since 1987 MAMA Project has been working in Honduras. We have grown through the years and have been able to help MANY people in Honduras through Health education, Vitamin A programs, deworming pills and community development. Read more at their website
- Blood:Water Mission
Blood:Water Mission, committed to clean blood and clean water to fight the HIV/AIDS pandemic, to build clean wells in Africa, to support medical facilities caring for the sick, to make a lasting impact in the fight against poverty, injustice and oppression in Africa through the linking of needs, talents and continents, of people and resources.
- Susan G. Komen Foundation
Today, Komen for the Cure is the world's largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists fighting to save lives, empower people, ensure quality care for all and energize science to find the cures. Thanks to events like the Komen Race for the Cure, we have invested nearly $1 billion to fulfill our promise, becoming the largest source of nonprofit funds dedicated to the fight against breast cancer in the world.