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A Better Choice

A Better Choice was founded in 1993 by a group of volunteers. We moved into our current location in 1996 next to a (now closed) abortion clinic at Central and Hillside. We continue to operate from this location, providing much needed pregnancy services and support. Over 50,000 pregnancy tests and compassionate conversations have occurred in our office. We began offering limited ultrasounds in 2002 thanks to generous donors and the Knights of Columbus, and have since provided over 3,000 sonograms performed by medical volunteers.

In 2018 we expanded next door into a second building completely devoted to our sonogram program. Although we are an independent non-diocesan ministry, Bishop Carl Kemme blessed our sonogram building at its grand opening. In 2020 we added a social worker to our staff to oversee resource management for our clients. We operate with a small staff and a large volunteer base and are supported entirely by generous donors from the loving pro-life community.

It is impossible to say just how many lives have been saved through our 27-year history, although the number is easily in the thousands – all thanks to God and the faithful individuals who have responded to His call to serve women and the unborn.

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Friends of Kijabe

AIC Kijabe Hospital is a growing network of Kenyan hospitals and clinics that started in 1905 at the campus pictured above. Patients come because of a rumor that circulates far and wide, that God lives in Kijabe. They know their clinicians will provide honest, skilled care and also pray for their healing.

Friends of Kijabe is the U.S. based 501 (c) (3) partner of Kijabe Hospital, created to help individuals and foundations around the world support Kijabe Hospital’s mission to provide compassionate healthcare, excellent training, and spiritual ministry to God’s glory.

The Friends of Kijabe board includes the AIC Kijabe Hospital CEO, Finance Director, Medical Director, and volunteers with over 80 years of combined experience in Kenyan projects.

Friends of Kijabe donors are across the globe, many of whom visited, volunteered, or even grew up in Kijabe and have a special place for this mission hospital in their hearts.

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Living Well Cancer Resource Center

Join Living Well Cancer Resources in its mission to provide compassionate care that empowers, encourages, supports and provides hope to cancer patients and their families. Your donation will improve the quality of life of individuals diagnosed with cancer, their families, and caregivers. A gift of any amount will enable us to continue to provide our services throughout the community. Making a single donation is one of the easiest ways to show your support.

Serving seven counties in the western suburbs, Living Well relies solely on donations from the community to provide 100-plus programs and services free of charge. Your gift allows us to continue to provide access to quality care and support for cancer patients and their families throughout their cancer journey.

Your contribution will give you the satisfaction of knowing you made a difference in the lives of people facing cancer.

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Thrive Alabama

Thrive Alabama empowers our patients to create a healthy community by providing compassionate, accessible, affordable, comprehensive care.

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Cal’s Angels

Cal’s Angels is a pediatric cancer foundation with a mission of granting wishes, raising awareness, and funding research to help kids fighting cancer. Because we have lived the battle with pediatric cancer, we understand what these families are going through. The help that we provide these families through our programs is a great resource when they need it the most.

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Fistula Foundation

We’re on a mission to end fistula globally, one woman at at time.
At its founding in 2000, Fistula Foundation supported only one hospital in Ethiopia. But we knew that there were at least a million women across Africa and Asia who were living in misery.

On February 27, 2009, we officially expanded our mission to fight fistula globally. A decade out—because of exceptional support from people like you—we are helping more than 15 times as many women as we were in 2009.

Today, we are the undisputed leader in fistula treatment, with no other organization helping more women in more places, and our path-breaking treatment networks in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, and Zambia are thriving.

In recent years, we are increasingly finding and treating women suffering from severe perineal tears, a childbirth injury that leaves a woman incontinent of feces. Today helping women with this devastating condition accounts for approximately 20% of the repair surgeries we provide.

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The Mental Health Coalition

The Mental Health Coalition was formed with the understanding that the mental health crisis is fueled by a pervasive and devastating stigma, preventing millions of individuals from being able to seek the critical treatment they need.

We envision a world in which mental health is not associated with stigma, shame or judgement and all people feel empowered to openly discuss and address their individual mental health needs.

We are a coalition of the leading mental health organizations, brands, and individuals who have joined forces to end the stigma surrounding mental health and to change the way people talk about, and care for, mental illness.

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My Autism Connection Inc.

My Autism Connection (MAC) is a 501(c)(3), member-driven organization which offers services for autistic adults ages 18-50. We serve Southwest Florida with our home office in Ft. Myers and are working on opening our Tampa location. Through research-driven methods and a creative team of staff, interns, and volunteers, we serve our members to support development of the whole person.

MAC connects individuals with ASD to their communities through social and experiential learning experiences to build healthy relationships and transition towards independence for work and life.

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