Inspired to be a leader in community service, Kimberly Moore has founded "The Kimberly Moore Foundation" and has developed a variety of programs and campaigns targeting underprivileged children and families located in some of the most impoverished areas of Los Angeles.
"The Kimberly Moore Foundation"
The Kimberly Moore Foundation is dedicated to bringing hope to children all over the world, helping those without a voice and empowering individuals and communities to change lives. The Kimberly Moore Foundation was established to contain three uniquely creative and sustainable programs, Adopt A Letter, Keeping Harmony Alive, Guiné-Bissau Advocacy, with a cohesive and clear mission to adopt a letter, adopt a program and adopt a country. www.kimberlymoorefoundation.org
Thousands of letters are written to Santa each year... The Echelon Club's Adopt-A-Letter program is dedicated to fulfilling the Christmas wishes of thousands of children and families in need as seen every year on FOX News, Good Day LA, KTLA etc. To Adopt-A-Letter this Christmas, please visit our website. www.adoptaletter.org
"Keeping Harmony Alive"
School music programs are slowly being eliminated in public schools due to state education budget cuts and insufficient funds to buy instruments. The Echelon Club secures these programs by supplying inner-city schools with sufficient instruments to keep their programs alive, while enriching the lives of thousands of children in the years to come. To donate your instruments today, please contact The Echelon Club for a list of instruments needed to help save the music programs, one school at a time!
Guinea Bissau, West Africa As Goodwill Ambassador to the United States of America for the Republic of Guinea Bissau, West Africa; The Kimberly Moore Foundation is collaborating with ALMA, (a creative collective focusing on the needs of humanity through design solutions), to help solve the social challenges facing that country. Through this collaboration and direct dialog with the country's leaders, the foundation and ALMA are looking for innovative solutions that address the basic needs, food, water, shelter and safety.
The Echelon Club will host a series of fun-filled fundraising events promoting various charities.
Below is a list of recommended non profit organization links. Your contribution means a great deal to these organizations, but even more to the families who rely on them to help them through some of the most difficult times of their lives. To make a donation or volunteer, please click directly on the link to get more information.
World Hand Foundation
A non-profit foundation that seeks to increase access to prosthetic hand devices in cultures (affected by the landmine crisis) that lack the financial resources to invest in prosthetics. Sponsored and funded by Didrick Medical Inc. www.worldhandfoundation.org
TGL (Transformative Global Learning)
Facing our planets challenges through local engagement. TGL is committed to forming global citizens and proactive social engineers equipped with the necessary skills to address global challenges. TGL believes that this can be achieved through an intercultural exchange of ideas, people and transformative experiences. www.tglearning.org
Whole Child LA (WCLA)
"WCLA" seeks to be the country's premier provider of intergrated mind-body treatment for children suffering pain, stress and a variety disabling medical conditions. For more information, please contact Eva Ho at: email@example.com
Operation of Hope
"Operation of Hope" is a volunteer surgical team that has changed the lives of over 2,000 children around the world... and counting. www.operationofhope.org
"Brave Kids" is dedicated to providing help for children suffering from chronic, life threatening illnesses and disabilities. www.bravekids.org
Celebrating animals and confronting cruelty. The Humane Society of the United States is the nation's largest and most effective animal protection organization-backed by 10 million Americans, or one in every 30. humanesociety.org humanecalifornia.org
Keep A Child Alive
"Keep a Child Alive" is an urgent response to the AIDS pandemic ravaging Africa. The foundation is dedicated to providing life-saving anti-retroviral treatment to children and their families with HIV/AIDS in Africa and the developing world by directly engaging the global public in the fight against AIDS. www.keepachildalive.org
Adopt -A- Minefield
The Campaign helps save lives by raising funds for mine clearance and survivor assistance and by raising awareness about the landmine problem. www.landmines.org
For Every Child
Health, Education, Equality, Protection
Advance Humanity www.unicef.org
Become a Sponsor... Become a Mentor
Help disadvantaged students graduate from high school; Increase the number who go on to college and
help them successfully complete college and transition into the working world. www.fulfillmentfund.org
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation
The Foundation creates a future of hope for children and families worldwide by eradicating pediatric AIDS, providing care and treatment to people with HIV/AIDS, and accelerating the discovery of new treatments for other serious and life-threatening pediatric illnesses. www.Pedaids.org
Make a Wish Foundation
Grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy. www.wish.org
ONE is the campaign to make poverty history
Effort by Americans to rally Americans - ONE by ONE - to fight the emergency of global AIDS and extreme poverty www.one.org
Project Hollywood Cares
Distributes care packages and products of the entertainment industry to America's military personnel and their loved ones. www.projecthollywoodcares.org
Creative Organizations and Scholarship Programs - below
Young Musicians Foundation
Since 1955, YOUNG MUSICIANS FOUNDATION (YMF) has provided encouragement and recognition to gifted young musicians from around the country through financial assistance, performance opportunities, and music education programs. www.ymf.org