Non Profits

Here are a list of non-profits we have personally worked with and trust their fiscal responsibility. 



As you know, is one of the world's largest and most successful independent, English-language news websites, with millions of loyal readers.

But what you might not know is that it has always been difficult for a news website to make money on the Internet, and today it is harder than ever. Much harder. It is now undeniable that Google, Facebook and other tech giants are engaged in a systematic campaign to extinguish free speech and independent journalism in America. Google and Facebook together control an astonishing 80 percent of digital advertising, thereby destroying the traditional revenue model for news. Likewise, these far-left progressive tech giants revel in censoring, suppressing and "shadow-banning" independent, right-of-center news and opinion sources.


The Crossover CUPS Mission

At The Crossover Cups Mission, we know each person has inherent worth because they were created in the image of God. We want to come alongside children in the Dominican to disciple them, provide for them, give them an education, serve them, and empower them to choose a vocation that they desire for their lives. We want to give them all the resources they need to build a life they dream of and prevent them from having to choose sexual exploitation from the lack of other choices.


New Missions

Together, we are preaching the Gospel and making disciples. Since 1983, New Missions has been establishing local churches and Christian schools in Haiti and the Dominican Republic—providing children with education, food, and medical care so they can grow strong and make an impact in their community.


Salvation Army

Today, The Salvation Army is active in virtually every corner of the world and serves in 131 countries, offering the message of God’s healing and hope to all those in need.