We Fund Nonprofits! 

We donate each year to a different non-profit which was inspired by the 50Give tour: we volunteered at an organization in ALL 50 states, Canada, D.C., and Mexico! Each season, proceeds from a Give Partner Shirt is dedicated to a specific non-profit or cause. 

We support a variety of nonprofits doing amazing services – whether they are empowering the homeless, providing dog therapy to at-risk children, or protecting the environment…we have something for everybody! View below the 50Give list of nonprofits with overviews and website links. 

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The Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary was created by Congress in 1992 to protect humpback whales and their habitat in Hawai`i. The sanctuary, which lies within the shallow (less than 600 feet), warm waters surrounding the main Hawaiian Islands, constitutes one of the world’s most important humpback whale habitats.

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Since 2006, District of Columbia’s love.fútbol has catalyzed twelve community-driven soccer field projects that currently serve over 8,000 youth throughout Guatemala and Brazil. love.fútbol partners with underserved communities to build simple soccer fields for youth without safe places to play.

Canada - The Bike Kitchen


The Bike Kitchen, based in Vancouver, British Columbia, is a project of the UBC Bike Co-op with the support of the Alma Mater Society and the Transportation Planning office. All profits raised by the Bike Kitchen are used to fund the Bike Co-op’s programing and cycling advocacy outreach on campus and in the community.

Wyoming - Wyoming Wilderness Association


The Wyoming Wilderness Association (WWA) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization first created in 1979 by a group of wilderness advocates and outdoors people who envisioned the Wyoming Wilderness Act. we have the opportunity to protect additional wild watersheds, intact ecosystems, old growth forests, important wildlife habitat, and wildlife migration corridors – wild landscapes that truly deserve lasting protection as Wilderness.   

Wisconsin - Bucketworks


Bucketworks is a collaborative workspace that places an emphasis on the alignment and facilitation of skills applied in the project economy.



The Clay Center is influential in the vitality of West Virginia’s progressive and thriving economy. Businesses are flourishing, tourism is vibrant, creative and talented citizens are bringing national recognition to the state. The Center’s programs enhance educational achievement and intellectual capacity and promote the arts and sciences as an integral part of life.

Washington - Yoga Behind Bars


Yoga Behind Bars is a Seattle based, volunteer powered nonprofit that offers incarcerated people—men, women and youth—the transformative power of yoga as a tool for self-awareness, healing, and a pathway to freedom.

Virginia - William Byrd House


William Byrd Community House in Virginia is a 90-year old organization that provides a community of services to help individuals and families address immediate challenges and draw on their strengths to build self-sufficiency. Our innovative approach provides an array of services that addresses the realities our clients face. We offer programs and emergency assistance to help them manage immediate needs. Then, we provide case management support to help them build a solution that will last.

Vermont - Horse Assisted Therapy


Vermont Horse-Assisted Therapy, Inc. (VHAT) is a Vermont-registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that has operated since 2008. Our mission is to provide safe, effective and fun therapeutic riding experiences to children and adults with physical, neurological, cognitive, emotional, or economic challenges. We also offer the only group program of its kind in Vermont for children on the autism spectrum.

Utah - Arts Kids


Arts-Kids is a youth development program based in Summit County using the expressive arts and group techniques to serve students between the ages of 8 and 17 years old. Arts-Kids reaches out to children who are trying to deal with economic, social or emotional pressures, although the program benefits any student who wishes to participate.

Texas - Project7


Project 7 exists to do good around the globe. They make everyday products like bottled water, gum, mints and coffee that everyday people can buy. For every purchase of a Project 7 product, good is done in seven areas of need.

Tennessee - International Children's Heart Foundation


The International Children’s Heart Foundation strives to: provide direct care to as many children as possible in the short term, send medications, surgical supplies and diagnostic equipment to medical facilities in developing countries, and train surgeons and medical staff so they ultimately can provide care for their own people. The passion for our work is demonstrated through the remarkable consistent and continuing commitment of the ICHF staff and their volunteer medical teams who execute 30-35 two to three week trips each year.

South Dakota - Face It


Face it TOGETHER Sioux Falls, a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to helping individuals and family members enter and sustain recovery from addiction. Our mission is to dramatically increase both the number of individuals and families in recovery and the quality and accessibility of services by creating a recovery-oriented system of care in the Sioux Falls area.

South Carolina - Wings for Kids


WINGS is an education program that teaches kids how to behave well, make good decisions and build healthy relationships. We do this by weaving a comprehensive social and emotional learning curriculum into a fresh and fun after school program. Kids get the life lessons they need to succeed and be happy and they get a safe place to call home after school.

Pennsylvania - School for the Deaf


The Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf (WPSD), a non-profit, tuition-free school, provides academic and extracurricular programs to deaf and hard of hearing children from birth through twelfth grade. Founded in 1869, WPSD continues its tradition of excellence through services to children from 53 counties across Pennsylvania.



ProjectGrow is an innovative program encompassing an art studio, gallery and urban farm for individuals with various developmental abilities. Their studio offers endless possibilities in painting, drawing, ceramics, fiber arts, printmaking, photography, performance, and whatever else may arise. In addition to these artistic media, they offer various job opportunities throughout the studio and on the farm.

Oklahoma - The Spero Project


The Spero Project is an Oklahoma non-profit organization serving under-resourced populations with a focus on refugees.

Ohio - Ronald McDonald House Charities


Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Cincinnati provides a supportive home away from home for families and their children who are receiving medical treatment at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center or other area hospitals. Ronald McDonald House Charities also awards grants to local not-for-profit organizations serving children through a portion of donations from McDonald’s customers and Global Ronald McDonald House Charities’ matching funds.

North dakota FarmRescue


Farm Rescue is a one of a kind non- profit organization in North Dakota that plants and harvests crops free of charge for family farmers who have suffered major injuries, illness, or natural disaster. They partner with sponsors and the community to fund the farming and harvest of these crops to distribute to families that are in crisis.

North Carolina V Foundation


The V Foundation of Cancer Research, located in North Carolina, was formed by Jim Valvano, who was focused on improving cancer research by investing in young physicians and scientist to help them develop into promising research talents. The V Foundation has become a strong presence in the scientific community and is hoping to bring us closer to effective and innovative cancer cures.

New York Wellness in the Schools


Wellness In The Schools (WITS) is an organization based in New York to promote healthy eating, environmental awareness and fitness for children in public schools. Through meaningful partnerships with teachers, school administration, coaches, parents, and kids, WITS implements programs to provide healthy foods and opportunities to help kids learn and grow with a healthy lifestyle and a healthy environment.

New Mexico - Roadrunner-Food-Bank


Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico is joining the cause to help America end the fight with hunger. Roadrunner focuses on digital apps and social media sites to lend their voice to the cause. They hope to show individuals, businesses, and government that they all have a role to play in getting food to help their hungry neighbors.

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New Eyes for the Needy is a non- profit volunteer organization located in New Jersey to bring forth improved vision and hope for a better future to more than 7,900,000 people in the United States and around the world. New Eyes operates through volunteer efforts and voucher programs to purchase new prescription eyeglasses for children's and adults in the United States who cannot afford glasses on their own. Their vision is to empower children and adults all around the world with improved the improved vision they need to pursue a better quality of life.

New Hampshire Listen Community Services


Listen Community Services provides services and support to meet the critical needs of Upper Valley individuals and families in New Hampshire affected by the recent recession. They envision a community connected by and supportive of the process of “neighbor helping neighbor” and strive off of generous and loyal doners and volunteers to develop programs which will improve their ability to meet economic, cultural, social, and environmental needs of the community.

Nevada Helping Hands of Vegas Valley


Helping Hands of Vegas Valley is a community agency that provides many free services to seniors 60 and over in the Las Vegas Valley. The services provided by Helping Hands include transportation assistance, food drives, as well as their Respite Care Vouchers, which is a voucher program funded to provide temporary relief for caregivers. HHOVV hopes to use their effors to reduce stress and allowed individuals to get effective care and services for their senior loved ones.

Nebraska Film Streams


Film Streams is a non- profit organization in North Downtown Omaha dedicated to enhancing cultural environment of the Omaha- Council Bluffs area through presentation and discussion of film as an art form. Film streams teaches the people to interpret films and their cultural context to benefit their own personal development. They partner with other non-profits and community groups to spread their vision of improving cultural environment.

Montana - Eagle Mount Bozeman


Eagle Mount Bozeman, located in Montana, has been transforming the lives of people with disabilities and children diagnosed with cancer. With the help of the community, Eagle Mount Bozeman has committed to provide quality therapeutic recreational opportunities for these individuals. They provide a strong support for families of participants so that “they shall mount up with wings as eagles” and foster their freedom, strengths, and abilities.

Missouri SPC


St. Patrick Center is Missouri’s largest provider of housing, employment, and health opportunities for the homeless as well as those who are becoming homeless. They take action-based approaches to service and joins national programs to assist more than 9,000 people each year. St. Patrick Center provides opportunities to help individuals make positive changes in their lives through safe and affordable housing, financial stability, as well as maintaining healthy mental and physical health.

Mississippi LIFE of Mississippi


LIFE of Mississippi is a non-profit center created to enhance the lives of individuals with disibilities. LIFE of Mississippi strives to promote advocacy and seek equal access for people with significant disabilities by joining with various boards and committees with the same goal.

Minnesota Sisters Camelot


Sister’s Camelot is a non- profit organization in Minnesota that promotes sustainability, community bonds, and awareness of food justice. They work unconditionally to share free organic and healthy foods to the communities of Minnesota by means of food distribution and organic gardening projects.

Michigan Recycle Ann Arbor


Recycle Ann Arbor is committed to waste reduction, reuse, and recycling in the Ann Arbor community in Michigan. The organization uses actions like curbside recycling pick up, a ReUse Center, and a drop off station to bring forth about a green, efficient, and eco-friendly lifestyle to the people of Ann Arbor.

Massachusetts Franciscan Hospital for Children


The Franciscan Hospital for Children (FHC) in Massachusetts has pioneered clinical, therapeutic and educational programs for children with a variety of disabilities. FHC has become one of the largest pediatric rehabilitation hospitals and has expanded their program services for children with special health care needs, as well as for children in the local community. Their continuum of care includes inpatient, residential, educational, and countless other programs to improve healthcare services for children that is hard to find anywhere else.

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Bethesda Green, located in Bethesda, Maryland, is a non- profit organization to promote sustainable economic growth with environmentally friendly solutions to reduce our collective impact on the environment. They strive on three primary strategies : to Incubate, Educate, and Initiate. With these tools and the philanthropic support of individuals, businesses, and the government, Bethesda Green hopes to make a positive impact economically and environmentally.



Founded in 1986, Friends of Acadia is today a leading example of citizen stewardship at national parks, and a place where personal connections to the park are translated into a remarkable collective impact. We bring people together and find solutions that work—to benefit Acadia now and for all time.

Encompassing 45,000 acres on two islands and a mainland peninsula on the rugged coast of Maine, Acadia National Park is a jewel of granite mountains, filigreed coastlines, unique cultural resources, dazzling night skies, and precious communities of plant and animal life. Drawing more than two million visitors each year, Acadia is one of the ten most popular national parks in the US. It is also one of the smallest and most vulnerable.

Louisiana - HandsOn New Orleans


HandsOn New Orleans was created with the mission to engage, empower, and transform our community through volunteer service. From hosting citizens from around the world to providing service and volunteer opportunities in New Orleans, HandsOn New Orleans aims to connect every passion with its purpose.

Kentucky - Give Running


Give Running is a nonprofit with a Kentucky branch that teaches youth, through running and volunteerism, character traits and skills for success in life. Through grassroots shoe donation campaigns, we share our love for running and the blessings running fosters – including improved health, education, self-confidence, and new friendships. Specifically, we provide our volunteers with the resources and guidance to successfully collect, clean, and donate new and used running and athletic shoes to NGOs serving disadvantaged youth in developing countries and local inner-city communities.

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Trees for Life is an international nonprofit focused on developing and providing the tools of empowerment to local community leaders who can create hope among others. Based in Wichita, Kansas, this movement seeks to inspire people to do more to help themselves through education and awareness and the networking of resources to improve the quality of life and make poverty a thing of the past.

Iowa - Figge Art Museum


The Figge Art Museum is the premier art exhibition and education facility in Davenport, Iowa. The stunning modern building includes expansive galleries and intimate rooms housing some of the Midwest’s finest art collections. They also offer classes, workshops, demonstrations, and lectures in sketching, painting, and sculpting for all ages.

Indiana - Keep Indianapolis Beautiful


Keep Indianapolis Beautiful engages diverse neighborhoods, the public sector, local philanthropists and corporate Indianapolis to create vibrant public places, helping people and nature thrive. Each year, KIB supports an average of 500 community improvement projects with 40,000 volunteers. KIB works with communities to create pocket parks, beautify existing greenspace, prevent and clean up litter, educate about recycling, and provide youth education.

Illinois - America Scores


American Scores Chicago empowers public school students in urban communities using soccer, writing, creative expression, and service-learning. All of their programs require children to use the teamwork they learn on the soccer field to support each other as poets and authors in the classroom.

Idaho - The Arc


The Arc is committed to helping all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in partnership with their families, to achieve the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, work and play. Located in the Treasure Valley of Boise, Idaho, The Arc works to ensure that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families have the supports they need to live a fulfilling life.

Hawaii - Malama Maunalua


Malama Maunalua is a collaboration of more than a dozen partners working together to create a community-based marine education and resource stewardship program in Maunalua Bay. This community-based group in Honolulu, Hawaii has emerged with a mission to help conserve and restore the Maunalua Bay and southeast O`ahu region.



Still Standing is a non-profit organization that spreads awareness to the dangers of drunk driving through a true story.  Dwight Owens, founder, was the victim of a horrific drunk driving car accident that left him partially disabled.  Dwight gives inspirational speeches and works with various organizations to share his story and prevent others like it from happening in the future.  The message is simply this.  People with disabilities are people first.  We are not defined by our disabilities.  We are defined by our strength of character, by our courage and willingness to adapt to our new circumstances, by the positive energy we bring to the world, and by our capacity to touch lives and earn our way in the world.

Florida - Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast


Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast provides one-to-one mentoring to children annually for ages 6 to 18 throughout six counties in Florida. They help children realize their potential and build their futures. This mentoring program powerfully and positively impacts the academic performance, self-confidence, attitude, and relationships of the Florida community.

Delaware - Delaware Futures


Delaware Futures is a non-profit organization that provides academic, social and motivational support and cultural enrichment that empowers economically disadvantaged high school students to recognize and fulfill their unrealized potential and become matriculated college students.

Conneticut - Domus


Domus, a Conneticut based non-profit organization, has helped nearly 1,000 high-need, vulnerable youth get on the path to productive, happy adulthoods. Our vision: No child shall be denied hope, love, or a fair chance in life.

Colorado - Cooking Matters Colorado


Cooking Matters Colorado Signature Courses teach family members skills that will last a lifetime and more as they share them with relatives and friends. When families practice what they’ve learned during the six-week course—how to plan, purchase, and prepare healthy, tasty, and affordable foods at home—they are winning the fight against childhood hunger and protecting themselves from the destructive consequences of poor child nutrition.



Falling Whistles started with no home, no office and no plan—just $5 and a dream worth our everything. We pulled desks from dumpsters, put them in a garage, and launched a campaign for peace in Congo.

In five years Falling Whistles built a coalition of 100,000 whistleblowers around the world, including 30 Whistler Societies, 200 retailers, and 9 Congolese entrepreneurs living in the war region. Together, we’ve joined dozens of organizations, politicians and experts to push for solutions and seen unprecedented progress. In 2013, we celebrated the appointments of 2 Special Envoy’s from the US and the UN with mandates to end the war. In 2012, a digital petition pushed to stop the M23 rebel group in its tracks by drying up its primary source of financing. In 2011, Congolese voters were given the power to monitor their own elections with SMS and radio technology.

Arkansas - Humane Society of Pulaski County


The mission of the Arkansas non-profit Humane Society of Pulaski County is to rescue, care for and find homes for abandoned, abused, homeless and unwanted animals; to reduce suffering of animals; to investigate, prosecute, and prevent abuse; and to reduce the number of homeless animals through adoption, spay/neuter, and through education.

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Delivers healing pet therapy to at-risk children, nurturing their emotional development and enhancing the quality of their lives forever.

Alaska - Northern Alaska Environmental Center


The Northern Alaska Environmental Center in Fairbanks, Alaska promotes conservation of the environment and sustainable resource stewardship in Interior and Arctic Alaska through education and advocacy.



Located in Alabama, the Black Warrior Riverkeeper’s mission is to protect and restore the Black Warrior River and its tributaries. The non-profit organization uses a watershed approach to ensure clean water, a healthy aquatic environment, and the recreational and aesthetic values of the river.