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A Legacy of Giving
A Legacy of Giving's mission is to empower children through philanthropy education and youth philanthropy programs to become more engaged in improving their communities and their world. The mission is based on the belief that if children learn to be compassionate problem-solvers while young, they will continue to be engaged in their communities as adults. The Legacy program is designed to target needs in the community and sponsor projects championed by students, providing the means for e students to personally embrace philanthropy as an integral part of their lives. Our aspiration is for all students to develop empathy for others while increasing their own self-esteem.Learn more >
A New Entry, Inc.
On a daily basis, we are turning individuals away who are in desperate need of substance use treatment and/or Recovery supportive housing services. Our goal is to raise funds to assist us in providing services for those who may not have the resources to receive the service that can literally be lifesaving. Many of our clients and/or Veterans are battling dual diagnosis, homelessness and/or poverty, which is keeping them trapped in the cycle of addiction. Fundraising allows us to stop turning individuals away and start igniting hope, passion and purpose into their life so they can become active and productive members of the Austin Community. We are currently constructing a new women's treatment program both for Veterans and non-veterans that we hope to launch in the next 60-90 days. Funds donated will assist in the development of this program. Our long-term goal is to purchasing property in the Austin area in order to expand our services and allow us to provide varied services on one campus.Learn more >
A World For Children
Every minute of every day, Texas children fall victim at the hands of their parents. They are abused, neglected, and mistreated in ways that the general public cannot begin to imagine. The children enter the doors of A World For Children foster homes with terror, uncertainty, physical scars, and emotional trauma. A World For Children's foster parents, along with the 24-hour support of A World For Children's staff, spend every day changing uncertainty into undying stability, mending physical injuries, and providing in-depth treatment for emotional trauma. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, A World For Children contracts with and is licensed by the State of Texas to provide foster and foster-to-adopt services for abused and neglected children across the State. At A World For Children, we pride ourselves on being more than simply a corporation-we're one big extended family.Learn more >
A+ Education Foundation
A+ Education Foundation, a 501(c)3 corporation, is a philanthropic arm of A+ Federal Credit Union, is devoted to providing grants for educators in the Greater Austin Area. In 2015 the Foundation awarded over $72,000 to 76 grant recipients!Learn more >
ACCESS to Learning, Inc
In 2016-2017 school year, ACCESS to Learning, Inc. has offered Field Trip Scholarships for $200. each to 10 Austin-Area schools. We hope, through Amplify Austin 2017, we can double the Field Trip Scholarships to offer 20 field trips for the 2017-2018 school year. Our organization believes strongly that collaboration between schools and cultural and educational sites provide an excellent opportunity for learning. Through student field trips, that are curriculum-based, students are provided experiential learning lessons which will give students increased opportunities to enhance their learning beyond the classroom. Through further donations, ACCESS to Learning, Inc, will be able to provide more opportunities to promote and facilitate more opportunities for experiential learning at cultural and educational sites through field trips, traveling exhibits to schools and solar classroom lessons, for teachers and their students. Thank you for your support of ACCESS to Learning, Inc. Dr. Donna Love Vliet Founder/Director ACCESS to Learning, Inc.Learn more >
Accessible Housing Austin!
AHA! is the only housing non-profit in Austin led by members of the disability community whose mission is to provide affordable, accessible, integrated (AAI) housing for low-income people with disabilities. We provide housing all over Austin to a diverse range of Austinites with disabilities, including adults and children with mobility impairments, visual impairment, chronic illness, and other physical and emotional disabilities. AHA! believes that we all deserve to live in homes that are not only safe and decent but that allow us to exercise our rights to independence and dignity, that we can afford, and that allow our children and us to participate in our neighborhoods. AHA! is working to construct AHA! at Briarcliff, a 27-unit apartment complex just north of the Mueller development. We recently rehabilitated a duplex in South Austin for two low-income households, one for a person with severe mobility impairments and the other for a veteran with traumatic brain injury, in partnership with the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation and the City of Austin. Additionally we are always working to expand the footprint of accessible, affordable, integrated housing by purchasing properties in all parts of the city.Learn more >
We inspire the love of learning in gifted students through our full-time pre-K through 8th grade school and through our summer enrichment program, Summer Wonders. Highly gifted students have very specific education needs. Without programs to keep them engaged, enthusiastic, and excited about learning, our best and brightest learners become at-risk students--students who have lost their love of learning, students who may even drop out of school entirely. Our specialized education program offers flexible groupings that combine strong, integrated academic curriculum with a global outlook.Learn more >
Adoption Knowledge Affiliates
Our goal this year is to raise $2,500 to help pay for the rising costs of putting on a quality, professionally relevant adoption conference in the Austin area. Our organization also needs to be equipped to handle this century's technical advances for our members without interruption of service delivery.Learn more >
Adventurers Academy of Lifelong Learning
The Adventurers Academy is helping more and more adults with intellectual disabilities connect with our community and become more independent. Since opening in 2012, the Adventurers Academy has become recognized in our community as an outstanding alternative to other day programs for active, socially-minded adults with disabilities. More than 75 individuals with disabilities and their families have participated with the Adventurers to build a community where we all continue to learn and grow. Our organization works to bring unique and exciting experiences to the amazing individuals we love and serve through a variety of programs. We offer daily continuing education opportunities at the Adventurers Academy, community outings, overnight experiences, educational travel, volunteering, and vocational training. Much has happened over the past year with the Adventurers. We've moved to a new, permanent location in Manchaca, Texas. We've purchased a new 15-passenger bus. We've continued to develop our programs with new classes and activities. We've grown to over 40 regular participants. At any given time, Adventurers can be found at our own Friday bowling league, learning in a class at the Adventurers Academy, or about town at music concerts, dinners, movies, museums, sporting events, and more! The Adventurers are committed to providing opportunities for individuals with disabilities to learn outside of classroom walls, all over Texas and across the United States. We are especially looking forward to our next educational travel Adventure to explore the piney woods of East Texas! We believe that all individuals have to right to experience the community and continue learning. With your donation The Adventurers Academy will continue to provide exciting new opportunities to an even greater number of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.Learn more >
African American Youth Harvest Foundation
2016 was a great year for AAYHF! We celebrated our 10th year of service to the Austin community with our Changing the Story Gala which drew 400 attendees and featured Dr. Cornel West as our keynote speaker. We received the Dell Youth Learning grant and we were chosen to be the non-profit of choice for the Google Gives Back holiday campaign and Robert Smith of Vista Equity Partners gave AAYHF youth a private night at the Trail of Lights. We received new technology equipment made possible through funding from Dell, KDK-Harman Foundation, Seawell Elam Foundation, Walmart, Rackspace, the Mitte Foundation, Applied Materials and the Webber Foundation. We hosted 5 free conferences for the entire family. We partnered with the Housing Authority of the City of Austin on their Jobs Plus grant and SAFE Alliance to combat dating violence. Our digital media program, Krew 12, filmed PSA's for the Austin Police Department and Manor ISD. We were recognized by State Representative Dawnna Dukes, received funding for our SHIFT Ascension (restorative justice) program from Austin ISD for the fourth year in a row and launched our Youth and Family Health and Wellness Center offering free mental health and substance abuse counseling.Learn more >
AGE of Central Texas
We give relief to 4,000+ caregivers and aging citizens each year through our diverse programs that include our Adult Day Center, Caregiver U, Computer Lab, Health Equipment Lending (HELP) Program, and our Early Memory Loss Support Program. Since last year's Amplify... We now have 44 seniors on a wait-list for our Williamson County Adult Day Health Center. We provide transportation to and from the city's senior lower income housing (Housing Authority for City of Austin, HACA). A new Memory Connections site is to open at the Baylor, Scott, & White Clinic in Sun City. BUT we need YOU to help us buy a bus! We ensure transportation is not a barrier to access some of our programs and we have an opportunity to add a new bus to our fleet. DONATE NOW to provide freedom, socialization, and access to the world for your senior neighbors!Learn more >
AHB Community School
School + Home Connection Because AHB is a part-time school, the connection between learning done in the classroom and learning done outside of the school day is a key aspect of each student's educational experience. To that end, AHB teachers work with students and parents to create Projects and Practice that are relevant, meaningful, and appropriate for each child's ability. Such projects and practice are done at school and at home, with and without adult guidance, and are accompanied with support from the teachers to ensure that students and parents can be successful. Projects and Practice work is provided and assigned as necessary throughout the week, and is often to be returned after the long weekend. Assignments are varied by classroom and by the specific skills that students are tackling in a given quarter. Students should be able to complete their Projects and Practice within a reasonable amount of time. Ongoing reading and math skill development are a natural part of the growth of a lifelong learner and are expected to be a normal part of home routines beyond the Projects and Practice. Educational research (along with AHB's own experience) suggests that daily minimums of reading and math practice help keep students progressing through their development. Parents and students are asked to communicate with teachers if they consistently require more time than expected to complete their work, or if they have any other questions about the amount and/or quality of the assignments. Because of the shorter amount of time in school, Projects and Practice are important to each student's success. Parents must commit to ensuring that their child is completing Projects and Practice and that their work is on-time, neat, complete, and representative of appropriate effort. Parent Life The beauty of a community school is that the community extends beyond the classroom. Many families at AHB forge bonds of friendship that last far beyond the Elementary and Middle Years that their kids are in school. We provide ample opportunities for families and parents to connect with each other throughout our school year. Family Involvement At AHB Community School, one thing you will often see is parents and families interacting with students, teachers, administration, and even our broader community. Families are always welcome to find a place and a way to actively participate in their child's education. We offer several events each year where we formally gather as a community and celebrate. Portfolios on Parade (or POP) is an inspiring showcase of the schoolwork and projects that students have worked on throughout the semester. For one day at the end of each semester, families, students, teachers, and administration all gather for performances and tours through each classroom where students proudly discuss their work from the past semester. We often say that Portfolios on Parade is the "magic" of AHB - the chance to see what inspired learning looks like in the most direct way. Additional community opportunities include Around The World (an exciting all-school potluck inspired by a chosen country, with authentic foods, art activities, dances, games, and speakers from the chosen country), Parent Support Nights, and Parent Coffees. We also have additional academic events that parents attend as they are able - Science Fair, Literacy Day, and performances at the end of various classes. Service Jobs Each family is asked to contribute to the operation of AHB Community School by signing up for a service job. By having each family pitch in a small amount of volunteer work throughout the school year, we are able to keep tuition costs low. We offer a wide range of jobs that match a variety of interests and skills - from gardener, to chaperone, to IT support. Besides allowing the school to allocate more funds directly toward educating its students, service jobs help us model the act of service to our own children. Fundraising Our fundraising model evolved from our founder, Georgie Georgakis, who felt that every fundraiser should be a FUNdraiser. We hold several exciting events each year - from our annual Skate Party to community-sponsored shopping and dining events to our signature fundraiser, the Austin Homebrew Festival. We encourage all families to participate in these events at a level that feels comfortable. A list of our upcoming fundraisers and events is available on the Support Us page. Students play a critical role in our fundraising efforts as well, selling their wares at Winter Faire and collecting pledges in the spring for our annual Bowl-a-Thon! As our fundraising efforts grow, we are able to fund our scholarship program at higher and higher levels, thus bringing our progressive educational model to a wider population of students. Follow Us! AHB Community School Since 2004 4001 Speedway Austin, TX 78751 Email · firstname.lastname@example.org Phone · 512-299-5487Learn more >
AIDS Services of Austin
In the HIV and AIDS field, the landscape changes constantly. Each year brings new medical advancements, helping people live longer, healthier lives with HIV. However, as the number of people affected by HIV grows, ASA's services become even more in demand. Throughout the past 26 years serving Central Texans, we've learned to get one step ahead of the curve, always staying informed and anticipating where the highest need will be in the months or years ahead. We founded the first dental clinic for people living with HIV, and helped volunteers pioneer the groundbreaking Octopus Club fundraising model, which raised its two millionth dollar this year. The past few years have seen renewed hope as research into cures and vaccines has made incredible breakthroughs. But approaching HIV treatment and prevention requires not just medical insight, but social and behavioral foresight. In Texas, the rate of new HIV infections has been increasing, and over the past two years, 40% of new infections has been youth ages 15-29. With our expanding youth space at the Q Austin and new "Camp Q" messaging, ASA was ready to tackle this trend, reaching young people in new, innovative ways. These trends demonstrate the value of our responsibility to the community. However, we cannot help our community without the help of our community. This year marks the 15th Anniversary of the Hill Country Ride, a cornerstone of fellowship and support in Austin. 2014 also marks the 21st anniversary of Viva, benefiting the Capital Area AIDS Legal Project (CAALP). Like many of our programs, CAALP was created in response to an immediate need, particularly for people faced with difficult medical decisions, financial hardship, end-of-life concerns, and even discrimination. Through ASA's proven programs and services, we predict and tackle each new challenge as it comes along. We work daily to identify future issues that affect the wellbeing of our clients. And as always, we rely on your continued support to serve the needs of a growing population.Learn more >
All Blind Children of Texas
Here are some of the programs ABCTX funded with your help in 2015-16. Please help us continue with programs like this in 2017. Yogurt shop social Eagle Mountain /Saginaw White Cane Day Sponsor, providing clown, climbing wall and bounce house -Austin Bring Your Boss to Work Day -TSBVI Outreach Sports Extravaganza family scholarships Sponsor 3 students to Lone Star Goalball Classic Tournament - San Antonio Help Kidz Learn online program - ESC Region 10 Breakfast & Bowling - Harlingen VI Art Exhibit - Brownsville Weaving Arts Social Grayson/Sherman/Fannin Coop Ft. Worth ISD Annual VI Spring Family Picnic Elementary ECC Fun Day - Northside San Antonio Region One Braille Challenge - Edinburg Texas Chargers Retreat Critter Capades farm visit - McKinney Camp Abilities - Denton/TWU Raspberry Pi Computer Kits - TSBVI Summer Program Camp Rock On - El Paso Cam Independence Splash - Nacogdoches Camp Teen Challenge - Waco, ESC Region 12 Camp Villa - Abilene Drama cast & crew t-shirts - TSBVI Heard Museum - McKinney ECC Summer Camps - Tomball O&M Travel Camp - Fort Worth Beginning Braille Music - Round Rock Purchase of Goalball equipment for LaVernia ISD iTouch Self Defense for VI and Blind Students - Round Rock ISD Visit to Chestnut Square and Hugs Cafe - McKinney Boardwalk Christmas Excursion - Cass County Shared Svcs Arrangement Super Hero Saturday at Morgan's Wonderland - Edgewood ISD/Region 20Learn more >