“We all want to make a difference, but knowing where to start can be hard. We created CharitySub to break the barriers to philanthropy.”
This month CharitySub turns ONE! Instead of blowing out candles and dancing until the sun comes up, we’re spreading the birthday love by giving three of our favorite charities from 2012 another chance in the spotlight. These charities were with us during our
early days and will always hold a special place in our hearts. Join us as we dive back into fighting hunger & poverty, work to instill positive nutritional education in our schools, and bring arts education to homeless shelters.
This month CharitySub mixes things up by highlighting some of our favorite charity partners from 2012. Make a selection today and lets work together to support one of these great charities!
Apple Arts works to bring art to homeless children in New York City to help raise their self-esteem and confidence. Their art education programs inside of city homeless shelters provide an environment where children can learn to express themselves creatively.
FoodFight believes that educating the educators will help reverse childhood obesity. By bringing holistic nutrition education to both student and teacher, healthy choices trickle from the classroom into the lives of students’ families.
With over 35 years of experience, supporting local and global solutions to the hunger problem and programs like The National Hunger Hotline, WhyHunger hopes to end the root causes of hunger. WhyHunger works with more than 8,000 community-based groups across the US and the world to fight hunger and poverty.