United States of America
Provides shelter for pregnant teenagers and their babies. Funding comes mostly from several sources. Funded in 2002.
Danbury Street Ministry
This ministry has its offices in Danbury, Connecticut. It assists inner city children of Danbury. They are mostly engaged in food distribution. Funded in 2005 and 2004.
High Achievers Athletic Program (HAAP)
This is a youth anti-gang violence, anti-truancy program connected with the Alberta B. Gray Schultz Middle School in Hempstead, New York. They organize basketball games, girls step classes, karate classes and music lessons. They organize youth summits on topics of interest to the youth such as youth incarceration, rap music and being raised in a single parent home. They also provide mentoring. Volunteers such as Police, District Attorney’s Office, businesses and other representative in the community are involved. Funded in 2006 and 2005.
Grace N’ Vessels – Appalachia
This is a Christmas Drive for toys and food being distributed to the needy children and families living in the Appalachian Mounstains of Pennsylvania.
This is a child-sponsorship program founded in Kansas City and serving the poor and needy families of Chile, Ecuador, Dominican Rep, Guatemala, Nepal, Philippines, etc. In South America, their offices are located in Quito.
People to People
This organization serves the poor and needy families in Rockland County. They receive donations of canned goods and clothing and distribute them to those that need them.
St. Mathew & St. Timothy's Neighborhood Center
Supported since 1997. This Neighborhood Center runs an after-school program to foster positive growth and development for 125 to 425 needy children ranging in age from 11 to 18 years.