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Giving Back

Finding inspiration in giving back

"I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver."

- Maya Angelou

We cannot take everything from society and not give back. A gentle reminder to consider our role in society and contribute something that will make a positive difference. 

Below are a few funds near and dear to my heart.  

Kathy Kamei

Melissa Prandy Childrens Foundation

The Melissa Prandy Foundation is committed to turning around the lives of homeless children and young mothers in Uganda. Our work helps and protects young mothers, orphans & vulnerable children from being exploited i.e. being house girls & boys & to protect them from child labor. Meet Kathy's adopted daugher

The Milo Foundation

The mission of The Milo Foundation is to rescue adoptable dogs and cats from high-kill animal control shelters and adopt them to loving homes best suited to provide lifetime care. Kathy Kamei and her husband proudly sit on the Milo Board.

SNIP Bus Mobile Spay & Neuter 

The SNIP Bus (Spay Neuter Imperative Project) is a 501(c)(3) low-cost mobile spay and neuter clinic. The bus works to actively prevent the suffering and death of unwanted animals due to overpopulation. The bus is independently funded through generous sponsors. 

The American Wild Horse Campaign

The American Wild Horse Campaign's (AWHC) mission is to defend America’s wild horses and burros to protect their freedom, preserve their habitat, and promote humane standards of treatment. Keeping wild horses wild.

Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

Best known for our work to protect elephants, the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (SWT) operates the most successful orphan elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world. But we do much more than this.

Wild Africa Fund

The Wild Africa Fund, founded by Peter and Corie Knights, it is a conservation organization that takes a multi-pronged approach to tackling complex conservation issues like poaching, wildlife trafficking, bushmeat consumption, and human-wildlife conflict throughout Africa

Hidden B Ranch Donkey Rescue, Inc.


Donkeys have helped build our country, from coal mining to ploughing our land.  Now these amazing creatures are ending up in the kill pens of Texas for slaughter.  They are being used for human consumption and their skins are highly sought after for Chinese Medicine.  Believe it or not, donkeys could be extinct in 10 years if we don’t act. 

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