Inequality icon

Inequality

Scoreboard

  • 42
    People Pledged
Back

Learn More About These Vetted Charities

Creating lifetime humanitarians since 1999.

Youthlinc completes over 24,500 hours of local service each year and has served 8 international sites across the globe.

Youthlinc aims to create a generation of community activists who address needs through personal service and partnerships.

Youthlinc’s Service Year curriculum engages youth in local and global humanitarian efforts. Accepted students make a commitment to volunteer 80 hours in their local communities. As a capstone, students and adult mentors carryout a two-week international humanitarian project.

Helping vulnerable children worldwide.

Since 2011, 94% of all RetailROI donations have gone directly to grants to help orphans in need.

The Purpose of the Retail Orphan Initiative (RetailROI) is to raise awareness and provide real solutions for the more than 400 million vulnerable children worldwide.

ROI has three goals: to (1) raise awareness for the enormous needs of orphans worldwide; (2) encourage our partners to help with organizational practices mindful of vulnerable orphans; and (3) provide resources to like-minded organizations for the aid of vulnerable orphans.

Close the mentoring gap. Become a mentor in real life.

1 out of every 3 kids will grow up without a mentor outside their family. We want to close that gap.

Our work is about making sure no young person has to walk the path to adulthood alone.

MENTOR is a national organization that works in collaboration with local Affiliates across the country to serve the mentoring field and young people nationwide. We host the only national database of mentoring programs to connect mentors with volunteer opportunities in their communities.

Using hair as a form of social justice.

Project Q provides haircuts, as well as the community, employment, health and emotional support to 700+ homeless and LGBTQ youth each year.

Project Q is a non-profit founded by Madin Lopez to help LGBTQ and homeless youth combat bullying, develop self-esteem, and find an identity for themselves through aesthetic.

Project Q uniquely harnesses the powerful relationship and sense of community found in the Barbershop to empower LGBTQ youth. Traveling shelter to shelter in a vintage Airstream, retrofit into a mobile gender affirming hair-salon, Project Q creates a safe space for these young people to find their identity and redefine their future.