Below is a current list of organizations Sweet Angel supports. Each time you make a purchase, up to 50% of the profits will be donated to one of the foundations listed below.
As the customer, or Angel, you are empowered to direct the profits from your purchase to the charity of your choice. Simply make your selection during the final step of the checkout process.Thank you for being a part of the Sweet Angel family.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation launched Team Fox to support the heroes all over the country who already had made it their personal mission to find uniquely creative and fun ways to raise funds for Parkinson’s research. Team Fox provides guidance, tools and resources for the thousands of amazing people all over the world who are walking, running, baking, party planning, paddling, pedaling, and dancing to raise funds and awareness for Parkinson’s research.
Together with our millions of supporters, the American Cancer Society (ACS) saves lives and creates a world with less cancer and more birthdays by helping people stay well, helping people get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back.
The American Cancer Society is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the ACS has 12 chartered Divisions, more than 900 local offices nationwide, and a presence in more than 5,100 communities.
was started by Live 5 News
anchor Debi Chard
in 1993 to serve families who have no other resources for the holidays. In 2004, WCSC’s Debi’s Kids formed a partnership with The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program in an effort to reach more families in need during the holidays.
They provide new, unwrapped toys for children 12 and under for Christmas, and in some cases through their partnership with the Salvation Army, also provide food for the Holidays.They determine the need of the applicants using the federal poverty guidelines, and for 2009 signed up 2289 families including more than 4300 children.
The Ryan White Part C HIV Care Management Program
is a federally funded program that helps coordinate comprehensive medical care for people living with HIV/AIDS. The program is an early intervention service program designed to help improve the quality and availability of primary healthcare for those with HIV/AIDS.
The Ryan White Program recently expanded and opened a comprehensive HIV clinic, now dubbed ‘The Wellness Center’. The name reflects Roper Saint Francis’
commitment to a holistic approach to wellness, as well as helping to ensure that clients feel comfortable about receiving care in a discrete, welcoming environment that does not identify as an ‘HIV clinic’. The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Modernization Act of 2006 is named after a 15 year-old boy who experienced great discrimination because of his HIV status.
Charleston Southern University
is one of South Carolina’s largest accredited, independent universities, enrolling approximately 3,200 students. Affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, the University’s vision is to be a Christian university nationally recognized for integrating faith in learning, leading and serving.
CSU has been named to America’s 100 Best College Buys, Military Friendly Schools, America’s Best Christian Colleges, VA Yellow Ribbon Program and The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Chase After a Cure is a Non Profit Corporation dedicated to children’s cancer research. We are a group of volunteers lead by the Ringler Family who have committed their time and efforts to raise money and awareness for Neuroblastoma. One problem all childhood cancer patients face is the lack of money for research. We are thankful there are not more children diagnosed with cancer. However, the relatively low number of diagnoses means that finding new treatments for childhood cancer are not profitable for drug companies. Neuroblastoma is an “orphan” cancer; pharmaceutical companies are not developing new treatments because there is not a large enough patient base to make development profitable. Funding from the government is similarly limited. Time is running out for many of our children — money stands between them and a cure. How can you put a price on a child’s life…our children are our future.
Sam Fox, founder of the non-profit Run While You Can, just finished a 2256-mile run to raise money and awareness for The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. With the help of many generous supporters, Sam helped raise over $170,000 for the foundation. Sam’s journey to support Parkinson’s Research is not over. He continues to raise money and awareness, while providing advice to other organizations with the same goals.
Run While You Can is a registered 501(c)3 charitable foundation whose mission is to challenge the notion that a healthy tomorrow is promised to anyone, by creating awareness and financial support for events that emphasize the urgency of living fully today.