A December


To Remember

About The Foundations we are donating to

Metropolitan Ministries

A Local Donor & Volunteer-Fueled Community Nonprofit. Bringing Hope. Changing Lives.

A local, grassroots, donor and volunteer-fueled community nonprofit. They care for the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless in our community through services that alleviate suffering, promote dignity and instill self-sufficiency… as an expression of the ongoing ministry of Jesus Christ.

Vision :
"Metropolitan Ministries will be America’s most effective caregiver to poor and homeless people.
  • Our programs will be known for their compassion and innovation in helping struggling families and individuals achieve their highest potential for self-sufficiency.
  • Our approach to involving citizens in understanding and caring for their disadvantaged neighbors will serve as a replicable model.
  • Our care-giving will be supported by an exemplary staff, high-quality facilities, dedicated volunteers, donors and collaborative partners.
  • Above all, our witness will be to the power of love in healing broken lives and building strong, caring communities. "

Ronald McDonald House

House Charities

Ronald McDonald House is a home-away-from home for families of children being treated for serious illness or injury. Many families travel to large medical centers to get the best treatment for their children. Ronald McDonald Houses provide a safe, comfortable place for a family to stay as they face the trauma of their child’s illness. A family can stay in the House at a very nominal charge while their child is being diagnosed and treated for illness.

Their Story:
"What began as one family’s misfortune became good fortune for millions of families worldwide. In 1974, Kim Hill, the 3-year old daughter of Philadelphia Eagles tight end Fred Hill, was diagnosed with leukemia. During Kim’s three years of treatment, Fred and his wife Fran often camped out on hospital chairs and benches and ate makeshift meals out of vending machines. The Hills watched other parents around them doing the same thing. They learned that many of the families traveled great distances to bring their children to the hospital, but couldn’t afford hotel rooms."

Iveta Angelova