Charities and Non-Profit Organizations – which can Help You!


Below are links to charities and non-profit organizations that we support with donations from sales of our products. We invite you to visit their websites to learn more about the good works they do and why we have selected them for our financial support.

DISASTER RELIEF: Just because an issue left the headlines doesn’t mean it left the planet. Aid Still Required – Restoring communities in the aftermath of natural disasters and human crises by ‘building back better & building back green’.

ALZHEIMER’S: A voluntary health organization dedicated to finding preventions, treatments and, eventually, a cure for Alzheimer dementia. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research and to enhance care and support for individuals, their families and caregivers.

SOBER LIVING FOR MEN: The Brick House Sober Living In Pomona, CA. Residential Long-Term treatment very affordable rates. 12 step meetings on the premises. Clean, respectful environment.

(909) 227-1172

Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation until recently, children born with one of the two lethal forms of Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) had no expectation of a normal life. Established in 1991, the EBMRF is a volunteer nonprofit foundation dedicated to the support of medical research of this disease, its causes, the development of successful treatments, and ultimately, its cure. For more information visit our web site or contact Andrea Pett-Joseph at

SUPPORT GROUPS AROUND THE WORLD: healtheo360 is a caring community for Patients with chronic conditions, their Caregivers, Family Members and Friends to share their stories of inspiration, motivation and support.

Join for FREE and begin your journey in our community.

SENIOR CARE: Huntington Senior Care Network of Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, CA has offered comprehensive programs and services to keep older and disabled adults healthy and independent since 1984. A special focus is assisting families to obtain and coordinate a range of community services their frail elderly loved ones may need to live at home as long as possible. Care coordination, information and referral, and other services are available to local and long-distance caregivers. Call the Resource Center at (626) 397-3110 or (800) 664-4664.

FREE HEALTH CARE: Venice Family Clinic’s mission is to provide quality primary health care to people in need.Venice Family Clinic provides more than 106,000 primary care, specialty care, mental health, dental, and health education visits annually. Services include diagnosis, treatment, medications, follow-up care, and laboratory tests. Particular emphasis is placed on the needs of women, children, the homeless, and those with chronic diseases. Click here for more information about programs and services.

CANCER ADVOCACY: Vital Options International (VOI) is a nonprofit cancer communication, education, and advocacy organization with a special mission: Generating global cancer conversations.Covering the diverse issues that comprise the central cancer experience, VOI creates a continuing and timely platform of programming that informs and inspires the entire cancer community and leads to more responsive calls to action byBringing together cancer advocates and thought leaders for global collaboration and informative discussions, sharing the voice of the survivor, revealing cancer’s most critical issues and enduring realities from the dynamic perspectives of survivors, caregivers, advocates, and medical professionals


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