On this page, you will find links to individuals or groups that are actively involved in assisting those in need. 

Tashi & The Monk

Since 2006, Jhamtse Gatsal (the garden of love and compassion), a once called “brave social experiment”, has grown to become a model Community and Learning Center that is changing education throughout India and around the world.

Invisible People

Invisible People is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to educating the public about homelessness through innovative storytelling, news, and advocacy. Since our launch in 2008, Invisible People has become a pioneer and trusted resource for inspiring action and raising awareness in support of advocacy, policy change and thoughtful dialogue around poverty in North America and the United Kingdom.

Voices of Our City Choir

Voices of Our City Choir began out on the street: communing and connecting around music. Six years later, dignity remains the entry into, and experience within, our Choir. In 2022, we expanded our services and introduced new offerings. Voices’ outreach team built relationships with neighbors living outdoors, extending personal invitations to visit our site for a hot shower (a new partnership with Humanity Showers). Our Member Services support the journey towards permanent housing by connecting Members to essential resources. Our safe, sober community also offers workshops to build self-esteem, and opportunities to nurture creativity. We strive to honor every level of human need and effect real change in Choir Members’ lives. You see the impact in their smiles from the stage, and camaraderie behind the scenes.


My name is Thoraya, my channel is dedicated to interactive projects with strangers. My goal is to share as many real stories as possible in my lifetime, I love meeting new people in real life.

Herren Project

Herren Project is a national nonprofit organization established by former professional basketball player, Chris Herren, providing free resources and support for the treatment, recovery, and prevention of substance use disorder. Since 2011, we have helped thousands of individuals and families navigate the road to recovery as well as made positive steps in the prevention of substance use disorder. We are 100% funded through private donations, so every donation makes an impact. Our YouTube channel offers inspiration and empowerment through impact stories, informational webinars, youth prevention and outreach resources, as well help and support for individuals and families affected by addiction to drugs and alcohol. We aim to support, inspire and empower each other while celebrating recovery, healing, and wellness through healthy activities! We’re here every step of the way with you, because together, we recover!