Solidariedade Na Mokili

Solidariedade Na Mokili

4253 Carlton Way Apt 2144, Irving, TX, 75038, US

SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a global nonprofit 501c3 public charity dedicated to addressing human development. We invest, empower and protect women and children creating healthy, sustainable and productive communities.Our organization places women and children in the forefront because we believe women are the heart of the family, as well as cultural, health and social balances within every community. Women play a central role in health development and education. As such, their empowerment is an indispensable factor for peace, social, economic, and environmental progress. We are convinced giving women the right to choose their lives independently, anywhere in the world, is one of the keys to meeting the challenges of this century.

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Our mission to help women and children by helping to support social justice , health and education programs in the wake of disaster, diseases ,violence, and endemic poverty .Fighting racism, and discrimination.

SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a Global nonprofit 501c3 public charity dedicated to addressing human development. We work around the world to save lives ,defeat pervasive poverty and also we provide tools for sustainable change to the people most vulnerable to hunger, violence and disease.

Our organization places women and children in the forefront because we believe women are the heart of the family, as well as cultural, health and social balances within every community. Women play a central role in health development and education. As such, their empowerment is an indispensable factor for peace, social, economic, and environmental progress. We are convinced giving women the right to choose their lives independently, anywhere in the world, is one of the keys to meeting the challenges of this century. Furthermore, we believe if women earn a competitive income, have equal rights and opportunities; this will result in a better future for children and accelerate the global goals and create a better world for all.

Solidariedade Na Mokili is a nonprofit with special consultative status in the United Nations and tax exempt under the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code section 501 (c) (3) Registered as a Public Charity 509(a)(2) . EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on.

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Children Mining Cobalt Prevention Fund- Help End Modern Slavery
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Children Mining Cobalt Prevention Fund- Help End Modern Slavery
The Democratic Republic of the Congo, where the world’s largest known reservoirs of this metal are found, provides a substantial amount of the cobalt the world needs to meet its growing demand. Cobalt is a critical component in rechargeable car batteries and is indispensable for the transition from fossil fuels to sustainable energy sources. Despite the Commission's zero‑tolerance approach to child labor in trade agreements, it is estimated, according to reports by UN agencies, that in the southern Katanga province, more than 40 000 children are working in hazardous conditions in cobalt mines, with inadequate safety equipment and for very little money. It is estimated that 20% of the mines in the DRC are small-scale and use mostly child workers. These children, aged between 3 and 17, have to work in appalling and dangerous conditions, usually barefoot. According to the International Labour Organisation “child labour unifies all the activities which deprive children of their childhood, potential and dignity, along with harming their schooling and physical and mental development. We have created this fund to increase the effectiveness and protection of economic, social and cultural rights of local communities and traditional miners in relation to the exploitation of mineral resources, in the DRC. This will be achieved through a legal reform, the popularization of legal texts, awareness raising of local community leaders, of the judiciary and mine administration officials on their rights and obligations; in support of mining diggers rights and the monitoring of human rights related to the exploitation of natural resources. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations Join in supporting the fund , They’re counting on us, and we’re counting on you—so don’t wait. Your contributions — no matter how big or small — make an impact.
Alabama Mass Shooting Fund
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Alabama Mass Shooting Fund
Four people were killed and 28 others injured when a mass shooting broke out at a crowded Sweet 16 birthday party in rural Dadeville, Alabama, on Saturday night, authorities said. The recent mass shooting in Alabama has left many people devastated and heartbroken. However, in response to this tragedy, a fund has been set up to provide assistance and support to the families affected by this senseless act of violence. The fund has been established by Solidariedade Na Mokili, in partnership with other local organizations, and aims to provide financial assistance to the families of the victims, as well as to support the ongoing work of law enforcement in investigating and preventing such tragedies in the future. The fund has already received an outpouring of support from people all over the country who are looking for ways to help those affected by this tragedy. By donating to this fund, we can all play a part in supporting the victims and their families during this difficult time and in helping to prevent such tragedies from happening again in the future. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization, works to save lives, defeat poverty and provide tools for sustainable change to the people most vulnerable to hunger, violence, and disease. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good. Please pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations
Human Trafficking Fund.
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Human Trafficking Fund.
Human Trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of people through force, fraud, or deception, with the aim of exploiting them for profit. Men, women, and children of all ages and from all backgrounds can become victims of this crime, which occurs in every region of the world. The traffickers often use violence or fraudulent employment agencies and fake promises of education and job opportunities to trick and coerce their victims. According to the Trafficking in Persons Report produced by the State Department, approximately 27 million men, women & children are victims of some form of human trafficking. Human trafficking happens when adults & children are extorted to work or provide services using force, fraud, or coercion and it includes labor and sex trafficking. A U.S. Justice Department study found that 83% of sex trafficking victims identified in the U.S. were American citizens. Human trafficking ranks as the fastest growing & second largest criminal enterprise in the world and generates approximately $150.2 billion worldwide. Your donation is vital to enabling STOP THE TRAFFIK to combat human trafficking. The best way to help us achieve our long-term goals is to support with a regular donation. By donating to us, you are supporting our international initiatives to create a traffic-free world. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations
Stand Up Against Racism and Injustice Fund
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Stand Up Against Racism and Injustice Fund
When Solidariedade Na Mokili team met to discuss the tragedy of injustice overtaking America, these were the words ( Love. Pain. Solidarity. Fear. Togetherness. Frustration. Disappointment. Anger. Betrayal. Trust. Despondency. Hope. Action ) we spoke and the scope of our emotions. But one thing was appallingly clear: George Floyd’s inexcusable death was a spark applied to a field that has burst into flame. And the words “I can’t breathe,” ignored by the Minneapolis police officers, have deep meaning to thousands upon thousands of Black people and their allies. We cannot stay silent in the face of racial injustice whether it is within our own communities or outside of them. No one should feel threatened or afraid because of the color of their skin, or who they are, or who they choose to be. We all have a responsibility to end discrimination and intolerance — and to seek justice, reconciliation, and healing. We stand with the family of George Floyd and the countless other families and communities who have suffered discrimination, hatred or racial violence. At Solidariedade Na Mokili, we believe that #BlackLivesMatter and we support the ongoing struggles in cities and towns across America to seek positive change and redress deep imbalances. Now, we the people, who have a legitimate claim to even greater and more righteous societal power — our voices and our votes — must not be afraid to use it either. Our actions, both individually and collectively, can make a difference, especially now. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations
LGBTQIA+ Rights Fund
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LGBTQIA+ Rights Fund
Discrimination is not only ethically unacceptable, but it also entails substantial economic and social costs. Anti-LGBT discrimination hinders economic development through a wide range of channels. It causes lower investment in human capital due to LGBT-phobic bullying at school and poor returns, it reduces economic output by excluding LGBT talents from the labor market, it undermines productivity by impairing LGBT people’s mental health, it erodes public finances through significant spending on social and health services to address the consequences of LGBT people’s marginalization, etc. Anti-LGBT discrimination is also detrimental to social cohesion through the persistence of restrictive gender norms that impede gender equality more broadly speaking and, hence, the expansion of social and economic roles, especially for women. Only half of the lesbian, gay, and bi people (46 percent) and trans people (47 percent) feel able to be open about their sexual orientation or gender identity to everyone in their family.to provide independent and rigorous research, insight, and communications that help speed equality and opportunity for all. We work to ensure that all people have a fair chance to pursue health and happiness, earn a living, take care of the ones they love, be safe in their communities, and participate in civic life. We have established this fund to achieve full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people, and everyone living with HIV through impact litigation, education, and public policy work. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations
Human Trafficking Fund.
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Human Trafficking Fund.
Human Trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of people through force, fraud, or deception, with the aim of exploiting them for profit. Men, women, and children of all ages and from all backgrounds can become victims of this crime, which occurs in every region of the world. The traffickers often use violence or fraudulent employment agencies and fake promises of education and job opportunities to trick and coerce their victims. According to the Trafficking in Persons Report produced by the State Department, approximately 27 million men, women & children are victims of some form of human trafficking. Human trafficking happens when adults & children are extorted to work or provide services using force, fraud, or coercion and it includes labor and sex trafficking. A U.S. Justice Department study found that 83% of sex trafficking victims identified in the U.S. were American citizens. Human trafficking ranks as the fastest growing & second largest criminal enterprise in the world and generates approximately $150.2 billion worldwide. Your donation is vital to enabling STOP THE TRAFFIK to combat human trafficking. The best way to help us achieve our long-term goals is to support with a regular donation. By donating to us, you are supporting our international initiatives to create a traffic-free world. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations
Goal 6: Clean Water Fund
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Goal 6: Clean Water Fund
Access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene is the most basic human need for health and well-being. Billions of people will lack access to these basic services in 2030 unless progress quadruples. Demand for water is rising owing to rapid population growth, urbanization and increasing water needs from agriculture, industry, and energy sectors. Decades of misuse, poor management, overextraction of groundwater and contamination of freshwater supplies have exacerbated water stress. In addition, countries are facing growing challenges linked to degraded water-related ecosystems, water scarcity caused by climate change, underinvestment in water and sanitation and insufficient cooperation on transboundary waters. To reach universal access to drinking water, sanitation and hygiene by 2030, the current rates of progress would need to increase fourfold. Achieving these targets would save 829,000 people annually, who die from diseases directly attributable to unsafe water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene practices. Yet 2.2 billion people worldwide suffer from thirst or fall ill from contaminated water. Our mission is to provide these people with an existential livelihood through clean drinking water. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations Join in supporting the Clean Water Fund. Your contributions — no matter how big or small — make an impact.
Goal 5: Gender Equality Fund
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Goal 5: Gender Equality Fund
Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world. There has been progress over the last decades, but the world is not on track to achieve gender equality by 2030. The social and economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic has made the situation even bleaker. Progress in many areas, including time spent on unpaid care and domestic work, decision-making regarding sexual and reproductive health, and gender-responsive budgeting, is falling behind. Women’s health services, already poorly funded, have faced major disruptions. Violence against women remains endemic. And despite women’s leadership in responding to COVID-19, they still trail men in securing the decision-making positions they deserve. Commitment and bold action are needed to accelerate progress, including through the promotion of laws, policies, budgets and institutions that advance gender equality. Greater investment in gender statistics is vital, since less than half of the data required to monitor Goal 5 are currently available. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations Join in supporting the Gender Equality Fund. Your contributions — no matter how big or small — make an impact.
UN SDG1 : Poverty eradication Fund
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UN SDG1 : Poverty eradication Fund
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, on top of decades of half measures to fully address systems of inequality, is staggering. The war against Ukraine - in addition to causing untold suffering and devastation - will only aggravate efforts to achieve this mission. The ongoing crisis, and its unfolding repercussions, are only a stark and violent reminder that we need more action now, everywhere. Nearly 100 million more people have been pushed into extreme poverty due to COVID-19, wiping away 6 years of progress. 45 million people are on the brink of starvation. Over 85 million are on the move, fleeing conflict, including nearly 13 million who have fled their homes from Ukraine. There was insufficient progress from world leaders in 2021, despite numerous opportunities at the G7, G20, and COP26 meetings. We have created this fund to improve opportunities for women and girls around the world, address the systemic barriers that keep people in poverty, and halt the climate crisis. Your donation will be addressing these issues by eliminating the barriers that have prevented us from ending extreme poverty and committing to financing levels that will allow for real sustainable progress. Every crisis, and every person living in poverty, deserves to receive our support and solidarity. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI is a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations.
Ukraine War Crisis Relief Fund
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Ukraine War Crisis Relief Fund
On February 24, Russia deployed its military into two regions of eastern Ukraine held by pro-Russian separatists in an attack on Ukraine. War has been steadily waging over the last eight years leaving more than 850,000 people internally displaced and almost 3 million people in need of humanitarian aid. The escalation in conflict will have devastating consequences for the civilian population in Ukraine and humanitarian needs are expected to rise. Today’s Russian attack on Ukraine raises the specter of major civilian harm and massive displacement.War would further devastate Ukraine’s already weakened infrastructure. The country’s health system, reeling from COVID-19, is fragile, and its economy has declined drastically. Food and fuel shortages would be acute, public services rendered nonfunctioning. Widespread use of landmines and explosive ordinance could kill or maim thousands. We have created this fund to provide relief in the form of emergency supplies like food, water, and medicine in addition to longer-term recovery assistance to help residents recover and rebuild. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization; we work to save lives, defeat poverty, and provide tools for sustainable change to the people most vulnerable to hunger, violence, and disease. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations
Support Iranian women's struggle for Freedom and Equality. Fund
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Support Iranian women's struggle for Freedom and Equality. Fund
The hijab law has been enforced by the country’s “morality police” for over four decades, ever since the Islamic revolution, according to Euronews — and many people across Iran think it’s time for the law to be abolished, especially after Amini’s death. A 22-year-old woman, Masha Amini, was killed by morality police in Iran. In mid-September 2022, a 22-year-old Iranian-Kurdish woman named Masha Amini was arrested by the morality police — because she was not wearing a hijab — while visiting Iran’s capital Tehran with her family, as reported by The New York Times. The morality police detailed Amini, and while in their custody, authorities confirmed that she died, attributing her sudden death to a heart attack. However, CT scans of Amini’s body proved that she experienced a brain hemorrhage; additionally, eyewitness accounts, as well as footage and images of Amini after she was arrested, have led many to speculate that Iran’s morality police physically beat her while she was detained, causing her to die. We have created this fund to fight the “relentless battle against the Iranian regime’s misogyny,” and advocate the right for women to choose what they wear — essentially protesting the hijab laws. The fund will support the committee’s efforts to help achieve equal rights for Iranian women.SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations.
U.S-Mexico Border Crisis Children's Fund
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U.S-Mexico Border Crisis Children's Fund
There are more than 5,000 unaccompanied children in US Customs and Border Protection custody, according to documents obtained by CNN, up from 4,500 children days earlier. According to data collected by the Pew Research Center, 18,945 migrants were apprehended at the border in January and February, an increase of 168 percent. And 9,297 unaccompanied minors were apprehended at the border, a 63 percent increase. The growing number of unaccompanied children at the border is adding greater stress to the system and has overwhelmed resources, which had already been strained as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Children's rights continue to be violated at the border. Vulnerable and terrified, young boys and girls are being held in custody longer than the legal limit, being separated from their families, and more. Solidariedade Na Mokili is on the ground at the U.S.-Mexico Border, assisting families who have been released from U.S. detention facilities. Your 100 % tax-deductible donation will support our programmatic and advocacy work at the border. We work to save lives, defeat poverty, and also provide tools for sustainable change to the people most vulnerable to hunger, violence, and disease. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match request for monetary donations
Children in Yemen are starving to die Fund
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Children in Yemen are starving to die Fund
Yemen is one of the most food-insecure countries in the world. Long before the conflict began, child malnutrition was widespread. More than 85,000 children have died as a result of the famine as of 2018. The following month, a report by Save the Children estimated that 85,000 children under the age of five have died from starvation and malnutrition. Millions of children in Yemen are at risk of starvation amid the coronavirus pandemic, which is tipping the war-torn nation into further devastation, the United Nations warned, appealing for nearly $500m in urgent humanitarian assistance. Another 6,600 children under the age of five could also die from preventable causes, as the pandemic has weakened the country’s struggling healthcare system and disrupted services. This project gives money to pregnant women and women with children under the age of five, this money to buy food and teaches them about child nutrition. Investing in the future of Yemen’s children by addressing their education, health, and mental well-being needs offer the best chance of ensuring their recovery and the country’s long-term peace and stability. Every time we feed a child, we feed our future. Please join us by investing in the future we all share with a donation to our Yemen Children’s Relief Fund. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization; we work to save lives, defeat poverty and also provide tools for sustainable change to the people most vulnerable to hunger, violence, and disease. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations
East Africa Hunger Relief Fund
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East Africa Hunger Relief Fund
Across East Africa, millions of people are facing famine. A climate-crisis-induced drought, coupled with regional and local conflict, impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, and soaring food prices tied to the war in Ukraine, is creating a dire situation. Over 20 million people across several East African nations, including Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, and Sudan, are at risk of starvation. According to the World Food Programme (WFP), “A record 349 million people across 79 countries are facing acute food insecurity – up from 287 million in 2021. More than 900,000 people worldwide are fighting to survive in famine-like conditions.” In 2023, there will likely be insufficient food in the system, which will push global food prices higher. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine contributes to the rise in hunger, with less wealthy countries particularly vulnerable, including those in the Horn of Africa. We have created this fund to support weak, marginalized, and at-risk groups to prevent and address hunger and malnutrition, build resilience to current and future climate-related drought and food insecurity, and focus on longer-term solutions to help them recover. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good. Please pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations
Preventing Childhood malaria death Fund
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Preventing Childhood malaria death Fund
Did you know? Malaria is a disease found in hundreds of countries worldwide, and over 3 billion people are at risk. Preventing the childhood Malaria Death Project is an initiative to protect children, particularly those under five, from the devastating impact of malaria in the Democratic Republic of Congo. For these vulnerable children, their ongoing fight against malaria does not only have broader implications for their long-term development, and it is a matter of life or death. This project provides families with malaria prevention education, lifesaving medicines, and effective and scientifically proven vector control technologies such as insecticide-treated mosquito nets. The goal is to protect 200,000 fewer children. Five years against malaria-related deaths and disabilities through a combination of interventions: in addition to universal coverage net bed distributions, activities include training of community health workers. This training improves knowledge and practices for malaria prevention and treatment and partnerships with radio stations to disseminate messages on malaria prevention and control practices in DRC. We work to save lives, defeat poverty, an also provide tools for sustainable change to people most vulnerable to hunger, violence, and disease. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492 $2,5 = one mosquito nets to protect families from malaria
Sudan Crisis Relief Fund
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Sudan Crisis Relief Fund
Sudan is on the brink of civil war, as a violent clash for power threatens the lives of people in the country. Hundreds of Sudanese have been killed and many more injured in the fighting in April 2023. The Sudan Crisis is an ongoing humanitarian crisis that has affected millions of people. The Sudan Crisis Relief Fund was established to assist those affected. The fund supports refugees and internally displaced people by helping them access basic necessities such as food, water, and shelter. They also provide health care to the sick and injured and help children access education. The Sudan Crisis Relief Fund is essential because it plays a crucial role in helping those in need and allows people to make a difference in the world. By donating to the fund, you can help provide much-needed support and assistance to people struggling to survive in the face of extreme adversity. The Sudan Crisis Relief Fund is a reminder that even during crises and tragedies, there is always hope and that we can all come together to impact the world positively. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization, works to save lives, defeat poverty and provide tools for sustainable change to the people most vulnerable to hunger, violence, and disease. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good. Please pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations