Our vetted charities.
Prostate Cancer Foundation
Bringing hope to cancer patients.keyboard_arrow_down
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men, with 1 in 8 men diagnosed in their lifetime. If you are Black, that number increases by over 75%.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) funds the world’s most promising research to improve the prevention, detection, and treatment of prostate cancer and ultimately cure it for good.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world’s leading philanthropic organization dedicated to the research and eradication of prostate cancer.Visit the Site
The Prostate Cancer Foundation has been a major catalyst for many of the scientific advances in prostate cancer research since 1993. PCF has awarded more than 2,200 projects that offer hope for improving outcomes in patients with prostate cancer. These high-impact projects include clinical research to evaluate new drugs, novel treatment strategies for prostate cancer and basic scientific research to better understand the biology of prostate cancer.
PCF uses a start-up company mentality to fund research. They want the most promising research ideas, from the most talented scientific minds to get the money they need, asap, without the governmental red tape. This speeds scientific discovery and ensures that patients who need it most, get the treatments they deserve. PCF call this venture philanthropy. 82 cents of every dollar goes to prostate cancer research.
Hope for the Day
It's ok not to be ok.keyboard_arrow_down
“To be proactive about mental health, we must meet people where they are, not where we expect them to be.”
Hope for the Day achieves proactive suicide prevention through outreach and mental health education.
We start the conversation in communities to break the silence around mental health and raise the visibility of resources and education. We are in this together.Visit the Site
National Alliance for Hispanic Health
Best Health for All.keyboard_arrow_down
National Alliance for Hispanic Health provides service to an astounding 100 million Americans every year.
In 1973 as a result of the need for profound changes in mental health services the Alliance was incorporated in Los Angeles as the Coalition of Spanish Speaking Mental Health Organizations (COSSMHO). Since then the organization has grown and expanded to reflect the changing needs of the people and communities served.
Today, the National Alliance for Hispanic Health is the premier science-based and community-driven organization that focuses on the best health for all. Community-based members provide services to more than 15 million Hispanics throughout the U.S. every year and national organization members provide services to more than 100 million people annually.Visit the Site
(Charity Navigator rating: 100 | GuideStar rating: Platinum)
National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics
Building a healthy America, one patient at a time.keyboard_arrow_down
Serving 1,400 clinics, 110,000 volunteers, and 2M+ uninsured patients.
Free and Charitable Clinics throughout the U.S. are at the frontlines of community healthcare needs and concerns.
COVID-19 The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) has shed a bright light on the shortcomings of the United States health care system. NAFC's 1,400 Clinics and 110,000 volunteers are working to care for 2 million patients, mostly uninsured with nowhere else to turn. NAFC is also working to rapidly expand telehealth, testing and equipment, access to medication, and providing operational and technical assistance to their member clinics in the most vulnerable locations.Visit the Site
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