Our nonprofit model looks for families with single mothers (widowed, divorced or abandoned) who are poverty stricken and forced to use their children for labor to survive. We support a selected group of families with the donations we receive and invest in their future. We provide them with their basic needs: food and shelter – without that these families do not have the luxury to send their children to school. We also try and help women and children in need of certain medical care.
We implement a system of checks and balances by having recipients of our donations get qualified through a detailed qualification process. We go through a complete independent qualification criteria to ensure that the families requesting care are truly in need and fit the profile of the type of family we can best help.
The qualification criteria that the candidates need to qualify for support is as follows:
• What is their working status if any?
• What is their living condition?
• How do they pay their sustenance?
• What is their affordability for their basic needs?
• How many children they have?
• Why they need support?
• How long have they been struggling?
• If they have kids who go to school?
• How much support they need?
• And any relevant questions that arise from the recipient’s circumstances.
To make sure the families we select are following our program; follow-up assessments are conducted to document the improvements in their living conditions. The families continue to receive help while they follow the program guidelines.
To make sure the families we select are following our program; follow-up assessments are conducted to document the improvements in their living conditions. The families continue to receive help while they follow the program guidelines. This basic premise of improving their living condition and also helping their children to go to school is mandatory, which provides clarity in our processes, by determining to whom and where our donations are sent. We strive to improve the recipient’s lives through self-improvement and self-reliance.
To help a mother or child for any form of medical care, we make sure they meet the qualification criteria; plus give us all their necessary medical records from their doctor, before providing any medical support.
Our charity is based on helping one family at a time; so we can see the results over a long period of time.
We help families in developing countries and also do fund raising activities locally in our communities in Orange County, California. We spread awareness and share some of our proceeds locally to specific 501(c)(3) organizations.
If you have any questions about Give the Needy Foundation and our work, please contact us or call us at 949-242-3291 .