Charities we have worked on behalf of:

OPCC Sojourn Services for Battered Women and Their Children

Established in 1977, Sojourn provides battered women and their children a safe space to regroup, rebuild, and reestablish their self-esteem and lives. Our diverse programs serve women and children of all classes, cultures and religions, regardless of economic circumstances, physical and mental disabilities or immigration status, including those who are traditionally underserved, such as lesbians, elderly women, prostitutes, women with HIV, and the substance-dependant. Sojourn fosters solidarity among women and children, educates the community and society, and is committed to effecting political and social change through grassroots activism and a philosophy of individual empowerment.

The Silverlake Conservatory of Music
The mission of the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, a non-profit organization, is to facilitate basic music education. Our primary focus is on the youth of the community but all are welcome and encouraged to participate. The Conservatory offers private music lessons at a reasonable cost and grants scholarships to children in need, providing free lessons and instruments. The study of music enriches the life of the student as well as the community and society.

NYC Coalition to End Hunger
The New York City Coalition Against Hunger (NYCCAH) represents the more than 1,200 nonprofit soup kitchens and food pantries in New York City and the more than one million low-income New Yorkers who are forced to use them. The Coalition works to meet the immediate food needs of low-income New Yorkers and enact innovative solutions to help them move "beyond the soup kitchen" to self-sufficiency.

Health Alliance for Austin Musicians
Health Alliance for Austin Musicians was founded in March 2005 when Seton Family of Hospitals and St. David’s Community Health Foundation Leadership joined forces with The SIMS Foundation to provide medical, dental and mental healthcare services to the city’s hard-working musicians. Since 2005, HAAM has raised more than $1 million and more than 1,400 member-musicians, most 40 and younger, have been served.

Cancer Schmancer Movement
1 in every 3 women will be diagnosed with cancer in her lifetime. Yet, there’s still no cure for cancer. Fran Drescher and millions of women across the US are leading the Cancer Schmancer Movement to spin cancer on its head by transforming from patients, which implies passivity, into medical consumers. By empowering ourselves and the women we love to listen to our bodies, ask the right questions of our doctors, and seek second opinions, we can prevent cancer and, if we still end up with it, detect cancer in its earliest stages. By joining the Cancer Schmancer Movement, you can play your part in revolutionizing women’s health history in one of three simple ways: Educate, advocate, or donate. The daughters of tomorrow will thank us, the visionaries of today, for a world where women and their families can life long and healthy lives, cancer-free! 

Inner Images
Inner Images is committed to providing accessible and affordable mobile mammography services to women throughout the state of California by providing the highest quality of care. 

Omaha Girls Rock 
Omaha Girls Rock's mission is to give girls the confidence to use their voice through music education and performance. Female mentors act as a support system encouraging self expression and self respect. Through workshops and one-on-one instruction OGR aims to cultivate DIY values that form the core of the independent music experience - confidence, self reliance and original thinking - and encourage the students to apply these values in all aspects of their lives.