Adventures in Missions, a faith-based non-profit organization based in Georgia, sends people all over the world on missions trips of varying lengths. Regardless of how long they’re “out in the field,” we believe that each participant returns transformed – albeit only slightly different.
Education empowers, broadens horizons and turns children into productive adults contributing to society. It is because of this that the mission of House of Blue Hope is to transform the lives of at risk youth through education. Providing educational opportunities to children in dire need of them is by far the single most powerful thing that can be done in Tanzania, a country full of disadvantaged and homeless children.
Cleo Cavolo and Waine Tam of iMentor took time out of their busy workday to speak with Mightycause about mentoring, and how they share in the “Back to School” experience with their own mentees.
Jin In, Founding Director of 4Girls Glocal Leadership (4GGL), sat down with Mightycause to talk about how her upbringing led her to become an advocate for girls’ empowerment and ultimately create 4GGL. In celebration of Back to School Month on Mightycause, Jin talks about the power of education to transform the future of girls in …
Beginning October 1, 2010, we will process all donations made through Mightycause at a simple, flat rate of only 2.9 percent — one of the lowest rates available in the online giving industry. Ultimately, this is going to allow more donation dollars to go directly to nonprofits than most other online giving sites, many of whom charge 5%, 7.5%, and even up to 15% of the donation amount.
IPDC provides free arts camps to children who have experienced a natural and/or socio-economic disasters. We specifically provide learning experiences for low-income children during school breaks. Summer is a prime time for fun and relaxation for most students. But for the nation’s most vulnerable students, summer often means a learning loss.
We were ecstatic to be featured on Geoff Livingston’s post on social fundraising tools, published on Mashable just two days ago.
A pencil. It is wood. It is graphite. It’s a perfect cylinder that fits in the grasp of any hand.
This is a guest blog post from Monique Schmidt, Program Director at the Akilah Institute for Women. Throughout August, Mightycause will be featuring giving opportunities related to education, mentoring, and literacy as part of Back to School Month Between the ages of 5-8, when I went back to school, I got a new box of …
The year is AD 2010. Today, we can proudly say that we’ve eradicated smallpox, the disease responsible for the death of half a billion people in the last century. Computerized voices notify us when to make a left turn in cars and on roads that were non-existent when our forefathers signed the Constitution. Our phones are half the size of the ones we used a decade age. By many accounts, the world is saner, more civilized, more advanced than it has ever been. Yet, more people are forced into slavery today than at any point in human history. Trafficking of humans is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world and, after drug trafficking, the second largest.