Our Partnered Charities
Each charity is matched with a specific color lace to help increase awareness to each organization.
Pastors Mike and Julie Signorelli believe that an encouraging life giving church is for EVERYONE and doesn’t exist to judge or condemn. They support local outreach programs, addiction counseling and support, marriage and relationship counseling, and participate in multiple other programs, They have personally helped both My wife and I and impacted our lives tremendously. We’re proud to partner with them! The money donated here will go to programs to help those in need.
Hope house is a network of homes to help support those recovering from drug addiction within our communities. They provide the support and community necessary in helping those recovering from addiction to return to their families and communities whole and able to contribute in very meaningful ways. One of my best friends Justin attributes his life to the help of Hope House and the people in the organization. We’re proud to support their mission and help more of those amazing people like Justin find help and healing,. The money that is donated here will go to support the daily functions of running and feeding all of Hope House’s.
I have the honor and privilege to volunteer with some of my best friends at the AHRC Bethpage hub site on a weekly basis. The AHRC is an organization that gives those who have unique needs a place to contribute and prosper. They help those with all different sets of needs participate in jobs, help food shop for the elderly, make flower bouquets for Nursing homes and much more. the money donated here will go to activities and events for the AHRC community members.
Richard and Dixie Galloway founded NYC relief to help support the homeless and forgotten in NYC by providing more than just food and soup. They focus on the whole person and enjoy meals together with volunteers from around the world who spend time pouring into the lives of those who desperately need a friend. Many have gone on to counseling for all different challenges and become successful testaments to how one group can change someone life forever. The money donated here will go directly to helping to fund the weekly food and outreach programs to what is now the tristate area.
The Lighthouse Mission exists to feed the hungry and help the homeless by sharing God’s love with people in need in practical ways. Our commitment is to feed the poor, but our goal is to empower people to overcome poverty and live purpose-filled lives. Pastor Jim Ryan President of Lighthouse missions helps those in need on the East end of Long Island. The money donated here will go to food, clothes and outreach.
The Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to finding the cures for Crohn’s Disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improving the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. Beyond research, the Foundation is collaborating with healthcare providers to improve IBD quality of care, as well as educating, supporting, and empowering patients and their caregivers through patient-centric education and advocacy programs. The money donated here will go directly to finding a cure for these diseases!
PinkTie.org and PinkTie1000’s core mission is to benefit local organizations, nationwide, in the communities that we serve, which are predominately volunteer, with zero-to-minimal overhead costs and administrative fees. This allows us to make the most direct impact in the community. Our vision is to find creative ways to bring our vast network together, in support of education and research to find a cure for causes including (but not limited to): breast cancer, autism, traumatic brain injury, and more.
The Lexie Bean Foundation was created by Joseph and LeaAnn Falabella, after our nine-year-old daughter, Alexandra, passed away from an infection while receiving treatment for Medulloblastoma on October 5, 2009. Alexandra, or Lexie Bean as we liked to call her, was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma on September 26, 2006. During the extremely difficult time of her illness and treatments, we were fortunate to have the support of some great charities. These charities offered to pay bills as well as provide emotional support to our entire family throughout our daughter’s treatment. Over the course of three years we learned that while these charities are wonderful, there are far too few of them. Due to the overwhelming number of families that are in need, the resources of these charities are stretched thin. Realizing (firsthand) such an overwhelming response to people in need, we created The Lexie Bean Foundation. We will pursue, plan and raise money to support families through community fundraisers, while providing the financial and emotional support that will allow parents to concentrate on their child’s wellness.
While most people know them for their research, they do so much more. They attack cancer from every angle. They promote healthy lifestyles to help people prevent cancer. They research cancer and its causes to find more answers and better treatments. They fight for lifesaving policy changes. They provide everything from emotional support to the latest cancer information for those who have been touched by cancer. And they do it all 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.