AUGUST 2020: Pablove Across America
Pablove Across America (PAA) is The Pablove Foundation's amazing cycling experience that combines a week of cycling in gorgeous places with the opportunity to help kids with cancer. We ask each of our riders to raise funds that go directly to The Pablove Foundation’s programming aimed to fight childhood cancer with love. Donate: https://give.pablove.org/give/255909/#!/donation/checkout
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JULY 2020: Dover Children's Home
Dover Children’s Home is a non-profit, intermediate-level residential treatment program designed to provide a wide array of community-based services for youth ages 10-20. We proudly serve youth from all New Hampshire communities who have faced significant trauma and familial disruptions.
Dover Children’s Home strives to provide youth and families with as many opportunities as possible to experience success and personal growth. It is our belief that providing a combination of experiences, including age-appropriate, typical, adolescent activities and therapeutic, support activities will help the youth become more engaged, active members of the community. Make a Donation
JUNE 2020: Son of a Saint
Son of a Saint exists to enhance the lives of fatherless boys through mentorship, emotional support, development of life skills, exposure to constructive experiences and formation of positive, lasting peer-to-peer relationships.
Each year, Son of a Saint selects a group of boys ages 10-12 to join the existing kids in our program. The boys must be fatherless due to their father's death or incarceration. Each boy remains an official Son of a Saint mentee until he is 21, but the connections remain, and we continue to advise and support him in the years that follow. Our goal is to graduate self-sufficient, independent thinkers who are leaders and give back to their community.
Son of a Saint equips boys with the tools they need to become productive men. We give them hope, vision and opportunity. We provide a secure and consistent environment for them. But the Son of a Saint mentors’ most important role is simply to be a good example.
Boys must maintain a minimum 2.7 GPA, complete eight hours of community service each month and maintain good conduct at home, school and within the Son of a Saint organization.
MAY 2020: Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center
Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center is Louisiana’s leading cancer care organization, caring for more patients each year than any other facility in the region. And with strategic hospital and physician partnerships, we are delivering on our mission to improve survivorship and lessen the burden of cancer.
Mary Bird Perkins and its partners work together to provide state-of-the-art treatments and unparalleled collaborative, comprehensive cancer services. This culture of innovation helps attract the best cancer minds in the country, from expert physicians and highly specialized scientists to forward-thinking leaders in supportive care and other disciplines.
Together, with our hospital and physician partners, we are one-hundred percent focused on cancer care.
For over 40 years, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center has delivered with compassion and excellence the most advanced cancer care available. Our mission is to improve survivorship and lessen the burden of cancer through expert treatment, compassionate care, early detection, research and education. Donate
APRIL 2020: WSFSSH
For the past 40 years, the West Side Federation for Senior & Supportive Housing, Inc (WSFSSH) has provided affordable housing and supportive services to older persons and persons with special needs. Currently, we serve over 2,200 physically and mentally frail individuals, primarily frail elderly, living in 28 buildings across the Upper West Side, Harlem, the South Bronx, Chelsea. For more information, please see our website: https://www.wsfssh.org/buildings/our-buildings/
At this time, the majority of our residents are isolated in their apartments or units because it is unsafe for them to go out or they are physically unable to do so. Many of our residents live alone and are unable to go out to secure necessary food, medication and supplies. Our front line staff is working tirelessly to support our residents, they are also in need of support.
We are therefore reaching out to our friends and neighbors who might be able to offer any support during this difficult time.
MARCH 2020: Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society® (LLS) is a global leader in the fight against cancer. The LLS mission: Cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the world, provides free information and support services, and is the voice for all blood cancer patients seeking access to quality, affordable, coordinated care.
Since 1949, we’ve invested nearly $1.3 billion in groundbreaking research, pioneering many of today’s most innovative approaches. We work tirelessly to find cures and ensure patients can access the lifesaving treatments they need. When someone experiences the fear and uncertainty of a cancer diagnosis, we provide hope, compassion, education and support. And we are making an impact in the cancer community.
FEBRUARY 2020: Wounded Warrior Project
Every warrior has a next mission. We know that the transition to civilian life is a journey. And for every warrior, family member, and caregiver, that journey looks different.
We are here for their first step, and each step that follows. Because we believe that every warrior should have a positive future to look forward to. There’s always another goal to achieve, another mission to discover. We are their partner in that mission.
Warriors are veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001. You are our focus. You are our mission.
Here, you’re not a member – you’re an alumnus, a valued part of a community that’s been where you’ve been, and understands what you need. Everything we offer is free because there’s no dollar value to finding recovery and no limit to what you can achieve.
JANUARY 2020: Bates College
Since 1855, Bates College has been dedicated to the emancipating potential of the liberal arts. Bates educates the whole person through creative and rigorous scholarship in a collaborative residential community. With ardor and devotion — Amore ac Studio — we engage the transformative power of our differences, cultivating intellectual discovery and informed civic action. Preparing leaders sustained by a love of learning and a commitment to responsible stewardship of the wider world, Bates is a college for coming times.
Since its founding in 1855 by Maine abolitionists, Bates College has welcomed men and women from diverse racial, ethnic, religious and economic backgrounds.
A private, highly selective, residential college devoted to undergraduate study in the liberal arts, Bates has always stood firmly for the ideals of academic rigor, intellectual curiosity, egalitarianism, social justice and freedom. Bates is recognized for its inclusive social character and progressive tradition, and is rightly celebrated as one of the first U.S. institutions of higher learning to admit women and people of color.
All activities, resources, and facilities have always been open to all members of the Bates community. Bates does not believe in — and has never allowed on campus and will never allow — organizations such as fraternities or sororities that exclude people.
Bates values the diversity of persons and perspectives, supporting this commitment through official college statements and policies.