Capital Area Food Bank
[Supported by Codou]
Sol Sisters Inc
[Supported by Dr. Christine Coleman]
Alliance College-Ready Public Schools Foundation
[Supported by Kamala Avila-Salmon] This is an amazing charter school network in LA that works with low-income students, mostly Latinx and Black. They achieve amazing academic results and send 95% of their kids to college. I have been on their Young Professionals Board for several years and am a co-chair. We are always raising money for our college scholarships for deserving high school seniors.
[Supported by Maurice Ashley] I have first-hand seen the benefits that chess has had on young people, especially those lower down the socio-economic ladder, and I appreciate the work non-profits have done to further that mission. The one I would whole-heartedly recommend is the Chess-In-Schools program in NYC, where I am also on the Advisory Board.
Starfish Greathearts Foundation Usa
[Supported by Dr. Leana Wen] They support children orphaned due to HIV/AIDS in South Africa. I love the organization's grassroots work and how much they do to help the most vulnerable.
[Supported by Dr. Leana Wen] It's an organization that raises awareness for addiction as a disease, started and run by someone who lost his son to overdose. I feel so strongly about it that I'm on the advisory board (volunteer, of course).
The Alameda County Community Food Bank Inc
[Supported by Catie Cuan]
Project Peaceful Warriors
[Supported by Andi Eaton]
Mobility International Usa (Miusa)
[Supported by Cindy Otis] An organization that focuses on advancing disability rights globally through advocacy, international development, and international exchange.
Active Minds, Inc.
[Supported by Ben Nemtin] I love Active Minds because they support mental health awareness and education for young adults. I struggled with my mental health in university, and I think it's critical to support youth who might be navigating their first mental health crisis.
The News Literacy Project
[Supported by Cindy Otis] This is an organization that provides free online and in-person training to schools, libraries, and communities about digital media literacy.
[Supported by John Powell]
New York Live Arts, Inc.
[Supported by Catie Cuan]
National Asian Pacific American Womens Forum
[Supported by Tina Tchen]
Women For Women International
[Supported by Brett Culp] For many years, our family has supported the charity Women for Women. They empower women survivors of war and conflict, providing them with social and economic skills to transform their own lives. They have found that women pass their knowledge to those around them, creating a more just world. I love their commitment to invest in women and their power.
Susies Senior Dogs Inc
[Supported by Brandon Stanton]
Services & Advocacy For Gay Lesbian Bisexual & Transgender Elders Inc. (Sage)
[Supported by Dan Pelosi] They are the nation's oldest and largest non profit dedicated to supporting LGBTQ Seniors. Over the past year, I have raised over $24k with Sage via my product line: https://grossypelosi.bigcartel.com/ and the "this too shall pasta" merch.
The Trevor Project
[Supported by Anderson]
Destination Tomorrow Inc
[Supported by Dominique Jackson]
Good Sports Inc.
[Supported by Stefan Olander] Sports and fitness are hugely important to keep kids healthy and happy and not everyone have easy access to it.
[Supported by Janaya Khan] Supports Black Lives Matter Canada