EVENT DATE: Sep 26, 2015
Hope for Haiti
By focusing on the school as the center of a community’s nutrition and healthcare, clean water, infrastructure, and economic needs, Hope for Haiti connects, heals, and empowers partners towards sustainability. Hope for Haiti believes in using technology to foster education, human capital, and the economy. Our cutting-edge programs apply concepts including social business, solar power, Ultra Violet filtration, and the use of Electronic Medical Records to efficiently solve problems and improve the quality of life of the Haitian people. We offer professional development opportunities to equip our team of Haitian staff members and partner institutions to build capacity to address the future’s challenges.
Happy Hearts Fund
Happy Hearts Fund rebuilds safe-resilient schools in areas impacted by natural disasters. We work when children are most likely to be forgotten—during the gap period after emergency response is complete—to bring hope and empowerment to generations of children and entire communities.
Happy Hearts Fund was created by Petra Němcová as a response to the devastating effects of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami. Today, HHF serves 9 countries—Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico, Peru, Haiti, Chile, Philippines, Colombia and the USA—where it has built 92 schools that have served over 46,000 students. These 92 schools translate into almost $15,000,000
Hearts of Gold
The mission of Hearts of Gold is to foster sustainable change in lifestyle and levels of self-sufficiency for homeless mothers and their children.
The sight of homeless people sleeping in boxes on a cold winter's night with no food, medical attention or companionship became increasingly distressing to Deborah Koenigsberger, so she decided to do something about it.
On October 15, 2001, Hearts of Gold, Inc. was officially established as a not-for-profit organization. HoG has and continues to expand its involvement with various New York City shelters. We support existing programs and create new ones based on the needs of each individual shelter.
Animal Medical Center
As a federally recognized 501(c)3 non-profit institution, the success of our programs is dependent, in large part, on the generous contributions of donors like you. Thanks to your ongoing support, The AMC is able to:
- pioneer effective therapies in oncology, cardiology and other types of naturally occurring diseases
- train young veterinarians preparing for clinical specialties like orthopedics, gastroenterology, and emergency medicine
- create and implement crucialcommunity programs that serve working dogs and clients in need
- impact 30,000 pets treated at The AMC this year
- make a difference in the lives of thousands more pets and their caregivers throughout the country who will be cared for by AMC-trained practitioners or those who have benefited from knowledge advanced at The AMC