Beneficiaries

100% of funds raised by FFC are distributed directly to the humanitarian organizations below. Previous beneficiaries are listed beneath. We are in direct contact with these non profits. FFC operates on tiny private donations and grants.


Moms Against Poverty is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to serving and supporting orphans and at-risk children living in developing countries. Our vision is to nurture and educate these children to their fullest potential so that one day they can contribute and lead within their own communities; thus breaking the cycle of poverty. We carry out this mission by building and renovating schools and orphanages, providing education, health care and basic needs to these children one community at a time. www.momsagainstpoverty.org

WILDERNESS SKILLS, NATURE CONNECTION & ECOLOGICAL STEWARDSHIP WRAPPED IN LOTS OF ADVENTURE AND PLAY

Vilda is a local grassroots not for profit organization that provides nature education programs for youth and their families. Nature connection makes children happier and healthier. Our programs foster community, knowledgeable stewardship and a genuine love of the outdoors. We provide individualistic, hands on opportunities for children and families of all socio-economic backgrounds to enjoy being in nature. vildanature.org

Miguitas de Amor is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization established to provide support to the neediest children of Peru. Our focus is to improve their lives by giving them the necessary resources to satisfy their basic needs. The ultimatMiguitase objective is to reinforce their self-esteem and self-reliance to enable them to transform their lives on their own. One of our goals is supporting Peruvian Andean communities in the poorest areas of Peru through the enhancement of their  traditional resources. This allows the initiation of the process of improving their livelihood, allowing them to decrease their poverty level.We are also working towards assisting abandoned children who rely on begging in the streets to make a living.  www.miguitasdeamor.org


 Rotary Club Endowment of San Carlos, CA

Rotary Club Endowment of San Carlos, CA

Los Fresnos Fundacion “Casa de la Diabetes” was established in 2002 in the city of Cuenca in Ecuador, and is an organisation for patients and families, who have or are at risk of diabetes.  It aims at supporting and advising people with diabetes and their families in all aspects that can help improve their quality of life by promoting the implementation of education as a process and an essential part of diabetes treatment. More info here.
 

DR. JAVAD NOURBAKHSH HEALTH CENTER, Abidjan.  The Centre de Santé in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire is a volunteer – driven organization opened in 2005 with the mission to provide affordable primary health care to the underpriveleged and free immunizations for new-born babies. Our clinical team is made up of more than 60 clinicians. CSNabidjan.org We are a community-based organization focused on the empowerment of individuals and communities by improving health care status through education, partnership building, and both modern and traditional clinical interventions.

 

PAST FFC BENEFICIARIES INCLUDE:

FOR MORE THAN THREE DECADES, PROJECT NINETY, INC. HAS SERVED INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES AND THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA COMMUNITY THROUGH ITS RESIDENTIAL ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES. WHAT BEGAN IN 1972 AS A HUMBLE IDEA HAS GROWN INTO A PREMIER HUMAN SERVICES ORGANIZATION WITH OVER 200 TREATMENT BEDS. WE ARE A CALIFORNIA ALCOHOL AND DRUG PROGRAMS (ADP) LICENSED, NONPROFIT RESIDENTIAL SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT PROGRAM WITH FACILITIES IN FOUR NORTHERN CALIFORNIA COUNTIES (SANTA CLARA, SAN MATEO, SAN FRANCISCO AND NAPA). PROJECTNINETY.ORG

Casa Esperanza in San Miguel de Allende (Closed down in 2015): House of Hope Casa Esperanza was a day center in the city San Miguel de Allende, Mexico dedicated to improving the lives of the poor children who live in the streets.  It functioned as a community center and preschool for several years, providing children with 2 meals per day, social services, and  focused on keeping them in school in order to escape the poverty trap through education.  Casa Esperanza was operated as a partnership between the Mexican government social service agency DIF and the nonprofit Fundacion Nur Mexico, with additional support from FFC and the Sufi Service Committee in the USA