The Gift Hope Foundation

Miami, FL

At Gift Hope we envision a future where individuals of all ages join together with corporations and charities to make significant social impact in their global communities. Working to achieve this future, it is our mission to encourage and empower the youth to take an active role in social change. We enable the youth to become social change-makers by linking them to vetted charities that are making grass-roots level contributions in their communities and like-minded corporations to provide matching donation funds. By vetting the charities, we make the donation process simple for our donors, eliminating the usual concerns related to misuse of funds or lack of impact. By providing donation matching through our corporate partners, we make the act of donating more rewarding and impactful.


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At Gift Hope we envision a future where individuals of all ages join together with corporations and charities to make significant social impact in their global communities. Working to achieve this future, it is our mission to encourage and empower...

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The Gift Hope Foundation

Programs

Fundraising goals - $2000
Benefiting charity - National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
 Funds raised through donations
$0.0 Funds raised through matching donations
(calculated at the end of the program)

Alpha Kappa Psi’s National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 2020

Health & Wellness

Alpha Kappa Psi focuses on one, specific charity per year. For the 2020 year, AKPsi will be donating to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a subsidiary of Vibrant Emotional Health, which is a nonprofit network providing 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources, and best practices for professionals. They are built up of more than 150 crisis centers all over the country

In December of 2016, the Beta Pi chapter lost our brother, Tahir Kurji, to suicide. We have decided to find various ways to honor his name, one being partnering with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline in order to bring more awareness to suicide and mental health.

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Donate directly to Alpha Kappa Psi’s National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 2020

Fundraising goals - $2000
Benefiting charity - The Military Heroes Campaign
$570  Funds raised through donations
$0.0 Funds raised through matching donations
(calculated at the end of the program)

Kappa Sigma Sweetheart

Social Justice & Human Rights

Kappa Sigma’s Military Heroes Campaign was designed to honor and aid the thousands of wounded military veterans returning from active duty. The campaign focuses, in particular, on providing charitable assistance to the Fisher House Foundation, a segment of the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund that provides free housing to wounded veterans and their families throughout the duration of rehabilitation.

Please help us in supporting our first ever Kappa Sigma Sweetheart Military Heroes fundraiser. Participants will compete in a pageant style event representing sororities, sports teams, and other clubs on campus. Please make sure that you select the participant you want to win on the donations page; select “Kappa Sigma” as the fundraising group and then one of the 10 participants!!

All proceeds raised will be donated to the Military Heroes Campaign, Kappa Sigma’s national philanthropy. In an effort to aid those near and far, our chapter will be giving donations to the organizations of the winner’s choice. Every penny donated can help change the life of a veteran that has sacrificed so much for this country. Thank you for all your support!

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Donate directly to Kappa Sigma Sweetheart

Fundraising goals - $2000
Benefiting charity - National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
 Funds raised through donations
$0.0 Funds raised through matching donations
(calculated at the end of the program)

Alpha Kappa Psi’s National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 2020

Health & Wellness

Alpha Kappa Psi focuses on one, specific charity per year. For the 2020 year, AKPsi will be donating to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a subsidiary of Vibrant Emotional Health, which is a nonprofit network providing 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources, and best practices for professionals. They are built up of more than 150 crisis centers all over the country

In December of 2016, the Beta Pi chapter lost our brother, Tahir Kurji, to suicide. We have decided to find various ways to honor his name, one being partnering with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline in order to bring more awareness to suicide and mental health.

Read more

Donate directly to Alpha Kappa Psi’s National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 2020

Fundraising goals - $3000
Benefiting charity - Children’s Miracle Network; Nicklaus Children's Hospital
 Funds raised through donations
Funds raised through matching donations
(calculated at the end of the program)

Anatomy Fashion Show 2020

Cure

When: Wednesday, March 25th @8pm.

Where: University of Miami, Student Activities Center Ballroom.

University of Miami’s Phi Delta Epsilon will be having their Anatomy Fashion Show Event on Wednesday, March 25th from 8pm-10pm. This event will take place at the University of Miami in the Student Activities Center Ballrooms. All of the proceeds made from this event will be donated to UM PhiDE’s local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. Every year, thousands of children are diagnosed with terminal illnesses that are both life-threatening and financially demanding. It is our fraternity’s mission to raise money for families battling these illnesses so that they can spend more time enjoying life and less time worrying about the financial costs that are incurred while ill. It is our goal to raise $12,500 this semester so please consider donating to this amazing cause where we can help deserving children and families. Every philanthropic event that our chapter hosts benefits Children’s Miracle Network and Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami, Florida. As of 2015, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals have raised over $5 billion nationally for the children in our communities.

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Donate directly to Anatomy Fashion Show 2020

Fundraising goals - $500
Benefiting charity - Camp Dragonfly
 Funds raised through donations
Funds raised through matching donations
(calculated at the end of the program)

DARE to Care

Cure

Delta Epsilon Mu chapters across the nation are taking an active role in social change every day through their commitment to children’s charities. As part of this commitment, the organization officially adopted Camp Dragonfly Forest as its national philanthropy. DARE to Care is Delta Epsilon Mu at Nova Southeastern University’s new philanthropy event in support of Camp Dragonfly Forest. Delta Epsilon Mu is committed to assisting Dragonfly Forest in their mission to provide a camp environment where campers are not limited by their medical conditions and are instead provided with their place to soar- all funds raised will help support this mission!

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Donate directly to DARE to Care

Fundraising goals - $5000
Benefiting charity - PCAA (Prevent Child Abuse America)
 Funds raised through donations
$0.0 Funds raised through matching donations
(calculated at the end of the program)

Are You Smarter Than A Sig Delt

Health & Wellness

When: March 20, 2020

For 45 years, Prevent Child Abuse America has helped lay the groundwork to deliver great childhoods to children nationwide. Since 1982, the sisters of Sigma Delta Tau have played a huge role in helping them achieve their mission and vision of a world in which no child is ever abused or neglected.

On March 20, 2020, teams will compete in Are You Smarter Than A Sig Delt, a fun twist on the classic game show to raise money and awareness for PCAA and emphasize the importance of education and scholarship.

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Donate directly to Are You Smarter Than A Sig Delt

Fundraising goals - $2000
Benefiting charity - The Military Heroes Campaign
$20778  Funds raised through donations
$0.0 Funds raised through matching donations
(calculated at the end of the program)

Kappa Sigma Sweetheart

Social Justice & Human Rights

Kappa Sigma’s Military Heroes Campaign was designed to honor and aid the thousands of wounded military veterans returning from active duty. The campaign focuses, in particular, on providing charitable assistance to the Fisher House Foundation, a segment of the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund that provides free housing to wounded veterans and their families throughout the duration of rehabilitation.

Please help us in supporting our first ever Kappa Sigma Sweetheart Military Heroes fundraiser. Participants will compete in a pageant style event representing sororities, sports teams, and other clubs on campus. Please make sure that you select the participant you want to win on the donations page; select “Kappa Sigma” as the fundraising group and then one of the 10 participants!!

All proceeds raised will be donated to the Military Heroes Campaign, Kappa Sigma’s national philanthropy. In an effort to aid those near and far, our chapter will be giving donations to the organizations of the winner’s choice. Every penny donated can help change the life of a veteran that has sacrificed so much for this country. Thank you for all your support!

Read more

Donate directly to Kappa Sigma Sweetheart

Fundraising goals - $3000
Benefiting charity - Children’s Miracle Network; Nicklaus Children's Hospital
$20778  Funds raised through donations
Funds raised through matching donations
(calculated at the end of the program)

Anatomy Fashion Show 2020

Cure

When: Wednesday, March 25th @8pm.

Where: University of Miami, Student Activities Center Ballroom.

University of Miami’s Phi Delta Epsilon will be having their Anatomy Fashion Show Event on Wednesday, March 25th from 8pm-10pm. This event will take place at the University of Miami in the Student Activities Center Ballrooms. All of the proceeds made from this event will be donated to UM PhiDE’s local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. Every year, thousands of children are diagnosed with terminal illnesses that are both life-threatening and financially demanding. It is our fraternity’s mission to raise money for families battling these illnesses so that they can spend more time enjoying life and less time worrying about the financial costs that are incurred while ill. It is our goal to raise $12,500 this semester so please consider donating to this amazing cause where we can help deserving children and families. Every philanthropic event that our chapter hosts benefits Children’s Miracle Network and Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami, Florida. As of 2015, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals have raised over $5 billion nationally for the children in our communities.

Read more

Donate directly to Anatomy Fashion Show 2020

Fundraising goals - $500
Benefiting charity - Camp Dragonfly
$20778  Funds raised through donations
Funds raised through matching donations
(calculated at the end of the program)

DARE to Care

Cure

Delta Epsilon Mu chapters across the nation are taking an active role in social change every day through their commitment to children’s charities. As part of this commitment, the organization officially adopted Camp Dragonfly Forest as its national philanthropy. DARE to Care is Delta Epsilon Mu at Nova Southeastern University’s new philanthropy event in support of Camp Dragonfly Forest. Delta Epsilon Mu is committed to assisting Dragonfly Forest in their mission to provide a camp environment where campers are not limited by their medical conditions and are instead provided with their place to soar- all funds raised will help support this mission!

Read more

Donate directly to DARE to Care

Fundraising goals - $5000
Benefiting charity - PCAA (Prevent Child Abuse America)
$20778  Funds raised through donations
$0.0 Funds raised through matching donations
(calculated at the end of the program)

Are You Smarter Than A Sig Delt

Health & Wellness

When: March 20, 2020

For 45 years, Prevent Child Abuse America has helped lay the groundwork to deliver great childhoods to children nationwide. Since 1982, the sisters of Sigma Delta Tau have played a huge role in helping them achieve their mission and vision of a world in which no child is ever abused or neglected.

On March 20, 2020, teams will compete in Are You Smarter Than A Sig Delt, a fun twist on the classic game show to raise money and awareness for PCAA and emphasize the importance of education and scholarship.

Read more

Donate directly to Are You Smarter Than A Sig Delt