Within the US, we seek to invest in organizations empowering our youths in the community.
They are the future of the US, we ensure that they are prepared to become successful leaders.
In Africa, we aim to support organizations bridging the gap between education and healthcare.
With the support of our customers, CRAFRIK CLOTHING COMPANY desire and aims to support every child in our reach.
We were privileged to donate thousands of masks to schools and our frontline workers here at home during the pandemic.
The HealthWell Foundation is a leading non-profit dedicated to improving access to care for America’s underinsured.
When health insurance is not enough, we fill the gap by assisting with copays, premiums, deductibles, and out-of-pocket expenses.
In 2021, we awarded more than $818.4 million in grants through our Disease Funds, and since 2004 we have helped more than 728,000 patients afford essential treatments and medications.
HealthWell is recognized as one of America’s most efficient charities — 100 percent of every dollar donated goes directly to patient grants and services.
We provide financial assistance to help with: Prescription copays Health insurance premiums, deductibles and coinsurance Pediatric treatment costs Travel costs…
Horizon is a global village of passionate people, innovatively leading the way down a path of radical transformation that rescues, restores and empowers orphaned and vulnerable children and at-risk youth toward a life of self-sustainability.
We do this by strengthening families, building community resiliency, and creating sustainable social enterprises in Guatemala, Honduras, and Kenya.
In 2001, 16-year-old Ashley Shuyler founded AfricAid, following a life-changing trip to Tanzania five years earlier.
During that trip, she met many children her age who did not have the opportunity to go to school. She learned that girls, in particular, face significant challenges in trying to obtain an education.
Realizing that this leads to a cycle of poverty – and recognizing just how powerful girls’ education can be in changing the futures of individuals and communities – she established AfricAid to help transform the landscape of opportunity for young women in Tanzania.
CRAFRIK CLOTHING COMPANY with the above organizations, with the support of our customers, has also supported the following in Our community:
We donate snacks to schools within our communities Likes following:-
There is no possible excuse for children to go hungry in this country. Yet it happens – every day, in every community.
According to the latest estimates, as many as 9 million children in the United States live in “food insecure” homes.
That phrase may sound mild, but it means that those households don’t have enough food for every family member to lead a healthy life.
The number of children living with hunger had fallen steadily over the past decade, but the coronavirus pandemic dealt a terrible blow to our progress as a nation – one that Crafrik Clothing Company and other organizations will work to reverse during the long recovery ahead.
Poverty and Childhood Hunger As you might imagine, hunger is a problem that most often affects children from low-income families.
A common way we measure poverty is the federal poverty level, a number set by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The federal poverty level is the minimum amount of money a family needs each year to afford the necessities of life: food, clothing, shelter, and transportation.
In 2021, the federal poverty level was $26,500 for a family of four. Of course, this number is a minimum.
Families making twice that much are still considered low-income by most experts, and many struggle to make ends meet.
How many Americans live in poverty? 37 million, or 11.4% of all Americans, according to 2020 data from the U.S. Census Bureau. 12 million of those were children.
This number, though shockingly high for a country of such enormous wealth, had fallen in recent years, but the coronavirus pandemic put a huge burden on already-struggling families, and the impact of that is not yet fully known.
For a more comprehensive understanding of food insecurity, we recommend the USDA’s annual report on Household Food Security in the United States.
Making breakfast part of the regular school day, just like lunch, has a powerful effect on kids.
That’s why we work with educators, political leaders and local nonprofits across our community to change the way schools serve breakfast.
Schools are at the center of our communities and our kids’ lives. Parents know and trust the people who work at their neighborhood schools, and schools have the facilities and staff needed to feed kids school meals every day.
That’s why school meal and snacks programs are at the heart of Crafrik Clothing Company’s work. Giving back is at the core of why CRAFRIK CLOTHING COMPANY exists.
Our mission is to impact our community in a significant way.