The Pollination Project
Pollination philanthropy focuses on seeding nascent social change projects and passionate and creative leadership. By dividing a large chunk of money into targeted micro-grants, more good work gets funded, and thus has a chance to grow and ultimately blossom in the world.
They give $1,000 seed grants to individual change makers, every day of the year, emphasizing projects that expand compassion in the world.
To Donate: thepollinationproject.org/donate
The American Cancer Society’s Patrick F. Taylor Hope Lodge - New Orleans
Patrick F. Taylor Hope Lodge provides housing free-of-charge for cancer patients and one caregiver. The Hope Lodge is available to cancer patients who have traveled to New Orleans for outpatient treatment. It has 34 guest rooms, a dining room, kitchen and living areas.
The American Cancer Society’s Patrick F. Taylor Hope Lodge is a unique “home away from home” for those who need warm, caring, no-cost accommodations during their cancer treatment at a New Orleans area medical facility. The facility is named in memory of Patrick F. Taylor who was a true American hero who believed in the power of the American people. He was a successful oilman, philanthropist and educational reformist who inspired young people to dream. Mr. Taylor was a strong supporter of all branches of the United States military. He was an ally and friend to our men and women at all levels of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. He will forever be remembered as a national role model for creating and implementing the Taylor Plan across the United States. Mr. Taylor was the Chairman, President and CEO of Taylor Energy Company until his death on November 5, 2004.
Airborne Angel Cadets of Texas
Airborne Angel Cadets support American men and women serving abroad in harm's way by supplying them with goodies, needs and comforts of home, along with thoughts and prayers, to let them know that we, at home, care and support them and that they are not forgotten.
Airborne Angel Cadets of Texas (a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity) welcomes any inquiries of support for the troops.
To Donate: www.airborneangelcadets.com/p/donations
Positive Coaching Alliance
The Positive Coaching Alliance is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to develop “Better Athletes, Better People.” It was founded in 1998 by CEO, Jim Thompson. Their goal is to work with youth and high school athletes to provide them with positive character building experiences through sports.
The PCA achieves its goals by establishing various training workshops and other tools to coaches, parents, and administrators of the schools and youth sports programs. Since its beginning, it has conducted more than 10,000 workshops for over 1,700 schools and sports organizations throughout the United States.
To Donate: http://donate.positivecoach.org/Donation