Donate to a Cause, Not a Politician
A Conscious Choice for an Unconscious World.
Our own goal is to raise $10,000 in contributions donated to charities rather than political campaigns.
With $2.6 billion dollars spent on the 2012 campaign cycle, this years presidential campaign could surpass that amount. If just 10% of intended campaign contributions were instead given to more worthy causes then the social impact would be substantial. The charities below are special to me. The Mastocytosis Society fights for a cure and awareness for Mast Cell Disorders. The Many Hats Institute works to better the livelihoods of underprivileged children and the LUNGevity Foundation strives for early detection of lung cancer as well as funding research. Links to these organizations do not imply that they support my campaign in any way, only that I support them. If you have a charity you would like included in this effort then please suggest it by emailing us. Click on the organization logos to go directly to their website.
T-shirts are no longer available but we suggest you donate directly to your favorite charity or one of our favorites below:
- Raised to date: $248.91
Select the t-shirt below to give to TMS
The Mastocytosis Society
The Mastocytosis Society’s mission is to foster research, education, and advocacy for our patients who suffer from Mast Cell disorders, and the families, caregivers and physicians who support them.
- Raised to date: $377.09
Select the t-shirt below to give to Many Hats
Many Hats Institute
The Many Hats Institute (MHI) is a non profit dedicated to improving the conditions for children and youth worldwide. MHI takes advantage of the many hats that people wear or have the potential to wear. The strategy is to leverage time, talent, and resources from the “Many Hatters” from around the world.
- Raised to date: $253.91
Select the t-shirt below to give to Lungevity
The Lungevity Foundation is dedicated to funding scientific research with a focus on early detection and therapeutics to help people live better with lung cancer and dramatically improve on the current 17% five-year survival rate.
Raised to date: New Charity
The Ava Potter Pilcher Foundation
The Ava Potter Pilcher Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to promoting awareness of Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia, or BPD, a chronic lung disease that affects many infants born prematurely. The foundation focuses its funding on organizations committed to improving the lives of those affected by BPD through non-partisan research and support services.