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How we will "Be The Miracle"!
Since our mission together is to “Be The Miracle”, the goal is to contribute to the most worthy charities possible. We have identified five organizations that provide critical support at the local, national, or international level. They are all highly rated by the independent rating service “Charity Navigator”. This means they keep operating & fund-raising expenses low, so the dollars we contribute provide maximum benefit to the people that need them. Here's a closer look at our designated charities:
The mission of the CAC is to provide safety, healing, and justice to area children victimized by abuse or neglect. Every day, local children victimized by abuse come to the CAC where they find caring professionals and community partners who dedicate themselves to helping them through the nightmare of abuse and neglect. The Center provides a friendly environment where children can safely tell their story and receive the support they need. All services are free of charge. Within the Center, families find support, resources, and most importantly a place where healing begins.
Founded in 1982, the North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a Dallas nonprofit hunger relief organization that distributes donated, purchased and prepared foods through a network of more than 250 Partner Agencies in 13 counties. As a member of Feeding America, NTFB supports the nutritional needs of children, families and seniors through education, advocacy and strategic partnerships. NTFB provides access to nearly 175,000 nutritious meals every day. Every dollar donated provides three meals to hungry North Texans, and 93 cents of every dollar goes directly to hunger relief programs.
Genesis Women's Shelter provides emergency shelter, safety and counseling for victims of domestic violence and their children. All of the services at Genesis Women's Shelter's are confidential
and free. Shelter Ministries of Dallas began operating Genesis Women's Shelter in 1985 as a safe haven for women and children fleeing an immediate threat of domestic violence. The shelter is housed at an undisclosed location and rented from the City of Dallas for $1 per year. Each year, Genesis sees more than 650 women and children arrive at the Shelter, often with nothing but the clothes on their backs. The brave decision that ultimately saves their lives also leaves these families instantly homeless and hungry, and Genesis must meet all of their needs including clothing, food, shelter, and counseling. Each person staying in the Shelter is required to attend weekly individual and group therapy for the duration of their stay, and can remain in the Shelter program for up to six weeks. Additionally, Emergency Shelter children may attend the on-site alternative Genesis School. During this time, Counselors and Case Managers guide them through the healing process and assist them in setting up a new life and a brighter future.
The Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund provides financial aid and quality of life solutions to: marines and sailors as well as members of the Army, Air Force and Coast Guard who have served in support of Marine forces, when they become injured in post 9-11 combat or training, and their families; help defray the expenses incurred during hospitalization, rehabilitation and recovery; assist with the expenses associated with the purchase of specialized equipment, adaptive vehicles and home modifications; and educate the public about the special needs of our wounded service members and their families. Their mission, since May of 2004, has remained constant: to serve those who preserve our freedom.
The United States Fund for UNICEF was founded in 1947 to support the work of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) by raising funds for its programs and increasing awareness of the challenges facing the world's children. The oldest of 37 national committees for UNICEF worldwide, we are part of a global effort to save, protect and improve children's lives. Every moment of every day, UNICEF is on the ground providing lifesaving help for children in need. We provide families with clean water and sanitation, we vaccinate against childhood illness, and we help protect children against malaria. We provide nourishment to fight malnutrition, and we care for children affected by AIDS. We protect children from abuse, and we give them an education. We are here to make sure that all children lead a healthy, humane, and dignified life.