Baking for Good is an online cookie company inspired by the idea of a bake sale. We send cookies nationwide and give 15% of every purchase to a charity you choose.
Our featured cause contest is back! Swing by our facebook page this week to cast your vote in our poll for one of these three fantastic nonprofits. Voting ends at 12pm EDT on Friday.
The Brain Tumor Foundation - The Brain Tumor Foundation (BTF) is a not-for-profit organization that guides and supports patients and families during the turbulent times when their lives are touched by a brain tumor. BTF raises awareness among medical professionals and the public about the need for the early detection of brain tumors while continuing to offer support groups, medical referrals, and events including the annual conference, Brain Tumor Awareness Day. The Foundation’s expertise, compassion and resources ensure that brain tumor patients have a powerful ally in their fight against this disease.
CancerCare - CancerCare is a national nonprofit organization that provides free, professional support services to individuals, families, caregivers, and the bereaved to help them better cope with and manage the emotional and practical challenges arising from cancer. Their services include counseling and support groups, educational publications and workshops, and financial assistance. All of their services are provided by professional oncology social workers and are offered completely free of charge. They help more than 110,000 individuals and families in all 50 states each year, and receive more than one million visits to their websites.
She’s the First - She’s the First promotes the importance of educating girls, especially in the developing world. We send girls to school around the globe by encouraging young women to unlock the power of their social networks and creatively fundraise for sponsorships, giving underprivileged girls the means to break barriers. Most will be the first in their family to graduate.
Our featured cause contest is back! Swing by our facebook page this week to cast your vote in our poll for one of these three fantastic nonprofits. Voting ends at 5pm EST on Thursday.
100cameras identifies children living in unjust conditions and gives them cameras to document their lives. 100% of the money from the children’s purchased prints is given back to their community to meet physical needs and empower sustainable growth.
Helen Keller International’s mission is to save the sight and lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. They combat the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition by establishing programs based on evidence and research in vision, health and nutrition.
The mission of Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS) is to provide pet care assistance to individuals struggling both physically and financially so that they can keep their pets and continue to benefit from the human-animal bond. They focus on helping the elderly, people with disabilities, and individuals suffering from illness. PAWS NY services include, but are not limited to: dog walking, litter box maintenance, provision of food and water, transportation to the vet, and assistance with the delivery of pet supplies. PAWS NY also provides emergency and foster care when a client unexpectedly ends up in the hospital and it has a pet pantry through which it collects and distributes pet food and supplies to its clients.
Our featured cause contest is back! Swing by our facebook page this week to cast your vote in our poll for one of these four fantastic nonprofits. Voting ends at 5pm EST on Friday.
The mission of Harboring Hearts Housing Foundation, Inc. is to provide affordable, temporary housing for cardiac patients and their caregivers during a time of need.
The mission of the Kids In Need Foundation is to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies nationally to students most in need.
Founded in 1929, The Seeing Eye, Inc. is the oldest existing dog guide school in the world. Twelve times a year, as many as 24 students at a time visit the Morristown, N.J. campus to discover the exhilarating experience of traveling with a Seeing Eye® dog.
Tourism Cares is a national nonprofit organized by the travel and tourism industry to give back to worthy non-profit tourism-related sites around the world, provide financial assistance and support to the next generation of travel and tourism professionals, and host unique volunteer restoration projects designed specifically for travel professionals.
Our featured cause contest is back! Swing by our facebook page this week to cast your vote in our poll for one of these three fantastic nonprofits. Voting ends at 5pm EST on Friday.
The Smithsonian’s National Zoo was established more than 100 years ago and is one of the most beloved cultural institutions in the Washington, D.C. community and the nation. Because the National Zoo is part of the Smithsonian, it does not charge an admission fee. It depends on Friends of the National Zoo and donations to continue to protect animals and habitats and to educate people about wildlife, sustainability, and science.
Pencils of Promise partners with local communities and organizations to build schools of early-stage education in developing nations for some of the world’s most impoverished and undereducated children.
Women for Women International provides women survivors of war, civil strife and other conflicts with the tools and resources to move from crisis and poverty to stability and self-sufficiency, thereby promoting viable civil societies. They’re changing the world one woman at a time.
Every month we feature a different nonprofit on our website, and we want your help in choosing the next one! From July 25-29, we’ll be holding our very first Featured Cause Contest on our facebook page. We plan to do this each month and hope you’ll swing by to cast your vote!
Here’s how it works: As a Baking for Good facebook fan (If you’re not a fan yet, just LIKE us!), make sure to visit our page during the last week of each month. Look for the “Help us determine our Featured Nonprofit” poll on our wall and vote for one of three causes. It’s that easy!
Read about the August contenders below and help us decide who should be featured. Voting for the August cause will begin on Monday, July 25 at 10AM EST and close on Friday, July 29 at midnight EST. We’ll be announcing the winner on Monday, August 1st.
Millennium Promise is the leading international nonprofit organization solely committed to eradicating poverty by supporting the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals by 2015. Millennium Promise oversees the Millennium Villages project, which supports integrated social and business development services for more than 500,000 people in rural communities across 10 countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
As a nonprofit educational organization Project U.S.E. provides acclaimed experiential learning opportunities to more than 7,000 young people and adults each year. Project U.S.E. is based in Newark, New Jersey and serves people throughout the state, particularly those living in low-income communities. Specializing in the out-of-the-ordinary, its tools and tactics support academic learning and promote self-respect, strong character and social and environmental consciousness.
Raíces de Esperanza means “roots of hope.” We are a network of more than 3,000 students and young professionals across the U.S. and abroad focused on empowering Cuban youth. We seek to inspire young people to care about Cuba, think outside the box and proactively support our young counterparts on the island.
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