The Foundation for a Sound Solution

The Foundation for a Sound Solution is a Non-Profit designed to provide grant funding to independent artists who desire continued music education or require assistance funding projects which would provide them with future opportunity. The Foundation networks with industry professionals to compile comprehensive lists of the most up-to-date practices, techniques, and technologies, which are offered during free educational music business seminars.

The Foundation utilizes government grants, corporate contributions, and individual donations to sponsor educational programs and create opportunity, further preserving the cultural history and artistry of independent musical rock artists. Do good for The Foundation for a Sound Solution now!

Kids Saving the Rainforest

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Kids Saving the Rainforest (KSTR) began in 1999 in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica when Janine Licare and Aislin Livingstone were 9 years old.  Janine and Aislin saw the rainforest disappearing from their beloved home and the negative impact of this on the animals, particularly the mono titi monkeys. Learn more at www.kidssavingtherainforest.org/.

Cuddles For Kids

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Click on the logo above to do good for Cuddles for Kids!

Cuddles for Kids was started in November of 2006 by then 10 year old Conner Hagins.  Conner's goal was to collect new stuffed animals and donate them to children in area hospitals so they would have something to cuddle with when there parents were not with them and to help ease their fears.  After the overwhelming amount of donations received, Conner realized that he could help many more children and reached out to other area non-profit children agencies.  To date over 106,000 items valued at $420,000 have been given to children, and over $13,000 in grants have been awarded!

The Ability Experience

The Ability Experience, formerly Push America, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that serves people with disabilities. The Ability Experience was founded in 1977 as the national philanthropy of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity with the purpose of instilling lifelong service in its members and enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities. Although the organization is still fulfilling the purpose for which it was intended, The Ability Experience has grown into a nationally recognized nonprofit with numerous programs educating undergraduates, alumni and communities about the abilities of people with disabilities.  Learn more at www.abilityexperience.org/

Food Recovery Network

Food Recovery Network (FRN) unites college and university students across the country to fight food waste and hunger by recovering perishable food that would otherwise go to waste from their campuses and communities and donating it to people in need. At its core, FRN empowers student leaders to break down barriers and create stronger communities. In just five years, FRN has grown to be the largest student movement against hunger in the country, with nearly 200 chapters in 43 states that have donated more than 1.3 million pounds of food. Founded in 2011, FRN is a 501(c)3-certified national nonprofit headquartered in College Park, Maryland. For more information, please visit www.foodrecoverynetwork.org.

 

Delta Epsilon Mu

Delta Epsilon Mu is the only professional pre-health fraternity in the nation. Our organization works with pre-health students across medicine, dentistry, nursing, psychology, and veterinary studies. As a unique asset to prestigious universities across the United States, we strive to employ our principles of dedication, loyalty, friendship, and support in all of our efforts. From educational programs to fundraising, to community service, members of Delta Epsilon Mu participate in a diverse set of activities. Our network is comprised of individuals of all backgrounds to produce a strong network of well-rounded doctors, students, pharmacists, veterinarians, etc. This national organization provides students and the community with a non-judgmental, inclusive resource for uniting professional across the health fields and "helping people together". Do good for Delta Epsilon Mu now!