The Charlie Villanueva Foundation (CVF) is a non-profit organization, established in the United States and Canada, with three main areas of focus: supporting programs that help eliminate bullying, assisting families affected by Alopecia Areata, as well as assisting families in the poverty-stricken Dominican Republic. The CVF intends to create outlets of self-expression and growth through education, health, recreational activities and sports with an emphasis on youth.
The CVF has a partnership with the National Alopecia Areata Foundation (NAAF) to develop charitable activities and enforce a range of supportive programs to benefit children and their families affected by Alopecia Areata. Charlie Villanueva is the national spokesperson for the NAAF and has had alopecia universalis since the age 12.
In addition, the CVF has expressed urgent international attention to fight poverty through supportive educational programs, social welfare and health services for indigent children and their families in the Dominican Republic, striving for better community development. The CVF is committed to expanding their outreach to impact individuals in the United States and abroad.
The Charlie Villanueva Foundation is committed to expanding its outreach to impact children all around. The charitable activities of the CVF generally concentrate on constructive awareness campaigns, fundraising contribution needs, enforcing educational program, and engaging in numerous affiliations in hope of making a positive difference.