Children in Hospitals

Provided essentials to Loma Linda Children’s Hospital, So Cal Assessment Center, Ronald McDonald House, and Totally Kid’s Critical Care Facility Provided over 500 bottles of Aromatherapy calming essential oils to Loma Linda Hospital and their Assessment Center as well as Warrior for Children Assessment Center, Foster homes, Nurses, and organizations through Frances Hodge’s Angel Care products.

Your Money at Work

One day we received a call from a concerned citizen who noticed a single young girl struggling with her newborn. What could we do to help? Could we provide diapers? When we visited this new mom, she couldn’t have been sixteen, we were struck by how difficult her life was. She lived in a small apartment with eight other adults

Our small family

Our small family nonprofit is expandingquickly as we continue to serve children in our communities. Remember-more secure kids make better adults. It’s an easy equation. Provided essentials to 600 families in need from of 211 calls through United Way. Provided the entire amazon wish list for Upland’s Community Children’s Camp. Provided essentials to several local organizations serving children Provided 100

Kids need help

Kids need help and we plan to continue to serve any child who needs our assistance. When parents can no longer care for their families and schools are at capacity, our communities should provide what they can. It’s an investment for a better world. We gave away 100,000 organic Juice boxes thanks to our community partners. Made Christmas extra special

Diaper Distribution

Why are we distributing diapers each month? Every month, we unload about 15,000 diapers for distribution to anybody who needs them. We have mothers with teen and pregnant daughters. We have grandmothers standing in line in order to help their grandchildren. And we have fathers and grampa’s who also make the tripfor diapers. As we set up our registration table

Homeless Kids

These Kids Belong To All Of Us When we were working with the homeless population a few years ago, we started to see a pattern where people were expressing that they enjoyed the freedom of being homeless. They wanted the escape from housing responsibilities, utility bills and social responsibilities. They liked being homeless. The total statewide California homeless student population


The Best Volunteers Just Appear Like A New Sunrise Jennifer Jesser goes by the name JT, and the simple combination of two initials suits hereasy-going style completely. Her background is in counseling kids, and she spent her career at the California School For The Deaf. When she reached out to our familynonprofit with a volunteer inquiry, we explained that her


When our family started our nonprofit work, we had no idea the impact we would have in the community or in other people’s lives. Listen to your heart and act on the feelings you have. Often, we have an impulse to act. Many times, we disregard and later justify these feelings. As we discussed nonprofit work, we discussed our ages,