AboutOne supports all of the following organizations:
Operation Shower is about celebrating and honoring military families. Operation Shower is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides joyful baby showers for military families who are expecting a new baby and are experiencing or have recently experienced deployment to ease the burden of deployment. Please visit www.operationshower.org for more information.
AboutOne for Classrooms
AboutOne has donated raffle prizes and free licenses to teachers for classroom newsletters so that they can communicate directly with the students’ parents. Please visit our press release for more information.
HERA Women’s Cancer Foundation is a nationally recognized ovarian cancer nonprofit organization funding cutting edge research grants to leading scientists at respected medical institutions. In so doing, they expand the scientific understanding of ovarian cancer while improving the lives of those battling this disease. Their mission is to stop the loss of women from ovarian cancer by promoting: Health, Empowerment, Research, and Awareness (HERA). Through their programs of awareness of symptoms and education, including the HERA Climb for LifeSM series, and auxiliary special events, they empower healthy women and those undergoing treatment. For more information, please visit www.herafoundation.org.
United Cerebral Palsy & the Women Who Care Luncheon
This year, UCP/NYC celebrates 64 years of service to adults and children with cerebral palsy and related disabilities, helping them to achieve the most independent and productive lives possible. UCP/NYC also provides an array of services, from assistive technology and home accommodations that can benefit any person with disabilities, including the frail elderly, to nearly 200,000 health care services to a medically undeserved population. For more information, please visit www.ucpnyc.org.
Opportunities of PA
OPPORTUNITIES is a nonprofit organization that Educates, Equips, Empowers, and Encourages homeless and other at risk youth and young adults to achieve their academic potential and professional goals by offering them supportive services and stable housing. For more information, visit http://www.opportunitiespa.org/
Thorncroft Equestrian Center
Thorncroft Equestrian Center specializes in therapeutic horseback riding for mentally, emotionally and physically disabled children and adults. It is a facility where handicapped and non-handicapped people come together to ride together, learn together and relate to one another; and within an accepting environment, foster growth in each other. For more information, please visit http://www.thorncroft.org