WoMen in Relocation endeavors to support those in need through a variety of organizations nationwide. Click on the links below for more information about our efforts. Some of the groups have already been supported by WoMen In Relocation.
Brieant Youth Alliance: An organization that works with local educators and school administrators to provide unique educational programs to children, teens and at risk youth in Westchester that are impactful and empower them to learn and grow.
Heartworks of New Jersey: a grassroots movement of women committed to replicating and sustaining the palpable kindness and witness in the wake after September 11th , 2001 by offering hope to those suffering with acute illness, injury or grief.
A Place Called Home: is a safe haven in South Central Los Angeles where under-served youth are empowered to take ownership of the quality and direction of their lives.
California Fire Foundation: Provides emotional and financial assistance to families of fallen firefighters and the communities they protect.
Covenant House: a non profit charity serving homeless youth with a network of shelters across America.
Blissful Bedrooms: a 501(c)3 Not for Profit that organization that is dedicated to empowering, supporting and enhancing the lives of young individuals with disabilities both inside and outside of their bedrooms.
The Petit Family Foundation: promotes opportunity for young women, continues the fight against chronic illness and extends a blanket of comfort for others affected by violence.
The Eric Dolch Children’s Encephalitis Foundation: dedicated to raising money and awareness for the proper care and treatment for children with encephalitis while helping to find a cure for encephalitis and other types of epilepsy.
Shelter our Sisters: assisting women and children victims of emotional, economic, sexual and/or physical abuse.
The Bridge Fund of Westchester and New York: preventing homelessness for vulnerable, working individuals and families who are threatened with the loss of their housing, but often do not qualify for emergency government assistance.
Dress for Success: promoting the economic independence of women.
Homes for our Troops: building adapted homes for injured veterans.
Move for Hunger Real Estate Program: a nationally recognized non-profit group that works with relocation companies across the country to support the efforts of our nation’s food banks.
The One Fund Boston: created by the Governor of Massachusetts and the Mayor of Boston for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
DonorsChoose.org: is creating a special online fund to collect donations for the teachers and schools of Moore, Oklahoma, to help respond and rebuild after the devastating tornado that hit their area.
Furniture Sharehouse: Provides free furniture to economically disadvantaged individuals and families living in Westchester County, giving them the basic household furnishings that enable them to rebuild their lives and live with dignity.