A Helping Hand: Ways to help your Community
Ronoald McDonald House
Being apart of Aplha Delta Pi our philanthropy is the Ronald McDonald House. The
mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children. Their core values are:
Focusing on the critical needs of children.
Celebrating the diversity of our people and programs
Valuing our heritage.
Operating with accountability and transparency
If you are intrested in learning more about RMH, donating, or getting involved with the nearest locations click on the button.
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Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids
Equity Fights AIDS was founded in October 1987 by the Council of Actors' Equity Association. Money raised through the efforts of Equity theatre companies across the country was specifically earmarked for The Actors Fund's AIDS Initiative.
Broadway Cares was founded in February 1988 by members of The Producers' Group. Money raised was earmarked to be awarded to AIDS service organizations nationwide, including Equity Fights AIDS.
In May 1992, Equity Fights AIDS and Broadway Cares merged to become Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The Board of Trustees of this newly established not-for-profit fundraising organization assumed the missions of the previously separate organizations and continues to fund the social service work of The Actors Fund and to award grants three times a year to AIDS service organizations nationwide.
Unlike most other nonprofit, grant-making organizations, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS must raise every single dollar of our philanthropic budget every year in order to fulfill our mission. In turn, BC/EFA works hard to ensure that the money we raise is spent carefully and wisely on programs where these hard-earned funds can have the maximum possible impact.
If you want to donate or more information visit their website.
Lumos is an organization started by J.K. Rowling that helps children not only in the U.S but also London, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, and Moldova. The spell Lumos in the Harry Potter series produces light. Here is a little information to help you share a little light with children in need.
What they do:
"8 million children worldwide are living in institutions because they are poor, disabled or from an ethnic minority. This is a serious problem, on a massive scale, but there is a solution. Lumos works in partnership with governments, professionals and carers, communities, families and children, to transform outdated systems that drive families apart. Together with our partners we replace institutions with community based services that provide children with access to health, education and social care tailored to their individual needs. This supports families to provide the loving care their children need to develop to their full potential and build a positive future for themselves."