Giving Back – My Favorite Charities

by Rich Miller · 0 comments

It’s that time that we planning for next year and closing out this year. One of my personal goals is that I want to make a difference in the world. Sounds like a big goal and  I know that I am only one person, but I believe that together each our efforts will make an BIG impact.

I want to share with you a few of my favorite groups that I enjoy supporting; that are solid charities, not just at the end of the year but throughout the year.

Operation Gratitude

Operation Gratitude supports U.S Service members and their families by sending 100,000+ care packages each year that are put together by volunteers with snacks, entertainment items and personal letters of appreciation addressed to individually named U.S. Service Members deployed in hostile regions. And they also include their children left behind while deployed overseas with care packages.

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 Operation Gratitude Mission

To lift morale, bring a smile to a service member’s face and express to ourArmed Forces the appreciation and support of the American people.

Each of the packages sent contains products donated that are valued at $75-100 and costs the organization only $15 to assemble and ship.

Operation Gratitude – Ensures that each package is assembled safety and securely, assembling  the packages at the Army National Guard armory in Van Nuys, California.

Click here to find out more about Operation Gratitude

$15.00 can go a long way to helping and bringing a smile on a Soldier thousands of miles away  Send your tax-deductible donation today: Donate Now

Every donation of $15 pays to assemble and ship another care package!

Check out my other post on Operation Gratitude

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Charity: Water

 

I got involved with Charity: Water through a company that I have been involved with for 4 years and we are running a Water Campaign again this year. Charity: Water is a non-profit organization bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations.  You might think water is not an issue, and in many parts of the world being thirsty is a daily occurrence, as a matter of fact the lack of water affects 800 million people!

 How Does Charity: Water Help?

First off 100% of all donations go towards funding clean water projects!

Currently Charity: Water has funded 9,458 Projects, providing water to 3,500,000 people in 20 countries See a List here http://www.charitywater.org/projects/countries

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100% of the money we raise will go directly water project costs, funding long-lasting clean water solutions for people in need. When the projects are finished, charity: water will show us the exact communities we’ve helped using photos and GPS coordinates.

Please join us and help give clean water this holiday season and donate a few dollars Donate Here

Collectively let’s give back, make a difference, and save some lives this holiday season!

P.S.  Check out the 4 wells completed last year that the awesome MLSP Community created to help save the lives of 1,041 women & children. The pictures of these children will make you cry:

Click here to view projectshttp://my.charitywater.org/mlsp

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What do you think? Pretty awesome to see how a few dollars can make a big difference!

These are just a few of my favorite programs to support along with local animal rescues that we support with food and help at the local shelters.  We realized it’s easy to give back a little more each year by making the decision that we can make a difference by just doing it. 

Sometimes it a matter of cutting back on a few cups of Starbucks for a day or two, eliminate a dinner out so that we can make a difference in lives of other not so fortunate.

If you are able to donate a few dollars to either of these two charities that would be awesome. If not now , Maybe later?

Wishing you Great Success!

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