Donation Amount

  • 1 in 2 U.S households with young children struggle to afford diapers and wipes necessary to keep their children clean, dry and healthy.
  • 1 in 3 people are facing hunger in America over 34 million people including 9 million children live in food insecure households in the United States.
  • U.S food banks and soup kitchens spend $2 to 3 dollars to serve a single meal.
  • There are over 600,00 homeless individuals living on American streets, 100,000 are children and more than 30,000 are Veterans. 
  • Around 7 million dogs & cats enter shelters yearly, over 1/3 are euthanized. 
  • An average cat can be fed for 50 cents per day.
  • An average small to medium dog can be fed for 75 cents per day.
  • An average large dog can be fed for $1.50 per day.
  •  $1 Provides a meal for a food deprived or homeless individual. $3 for a day of food. $90 for a month of meals.
  • $25 For a sleeping bag for a homeless individual $5 for a blanket. 30 Cents for socks. $1 for gloves. Long sleeve t-shirt $7. Hoodie $10. Pants $7. Tent $30. Backpack/Duffle bag$10.
  • Hygiene kit for women & men. Each kit contains toilet paper, toothbrush toothpaste, face towel, bar soap, deodorant, comb, lip balm, nail clippers, feminine monthly products (for women). $8-$13
  • $90 provides one month of diapers & wipes for babies.
  • $33 provides meals for a month for elderly individual.
  • $15 provides one month of meals for a cat (dry food)
  • $15 provides one month of meals for a (med) dog (dry food)

Homeless Animals

Struggling Mothers

Military Personel


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P.O. BOX 180987
Dallas, Texas 75218

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