You cannot do all the good that the world needs, but the world needs all the good that you can do.
National Nonprofit Day is on Wednesday, August 17th!
This week, we’d like to ignore all talk of screen printing or embroidery and highlight some of the awesome organizations that we have right here in the Las Vegas Valley.
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Take some time within the next few weeks and donate your time to volunteer and make our community a better place.
TJOP’s mission is to “build a stronger, healthier, and connected community through volunteerism while increasing access to food and services.” The American Stitch team will be spending 3 hours on National Nonprofit Day volunteering for our friends over at TJOP. Check out their website for more information on what they do for the community!
Project Marilyn’s mission is to “Ensure that everyone has a healthy and dignified period. PERIOD.”
Project Marilyn’ assembles period kids and distributes them to different nonprofits around the valley. Period supplies are costly. Donate supplies or your time to Project Marilyn!
The Folded Flag Foundation is an organization that serves to honor the legacy & pay tribute to the men & women who have given their lives in defense of our country. They assist families, help spouses, support education, and continue to help families through their academic career. Check out all that TFFF does!
Three Square’s mission is to “provide wholesome food to hungry people, while passionately pursuing a hunger free community.” In 2019, Three Square donated 50 million pounds of food to the Las Vegas valley. They partner with nonprofits, faith based organizations, schools, and so many more agencies to distribute food to those who are food insecure. Learn all about the awesome work that Three Square does on their website.
Clean The World is a nonprofit that makes one thing very clear: Soap Saves Lives. CTW has started a global hygiene revolution where they recycle soap, shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. All soap is recycled into new bars and all bottles are converted to energy. They donate soap and hygiene products to impoverished nations all across the world that have a high death rate due to hygiene related illnesses.