At Yobow, our mission is not only to provide a therapeutic massage pistol designed to melt away your stress, but to also put the power of giving back into your hands.
In this way, the Yobow mission is simple: We aim to deliver a transformative, philanthropic wellness experience. Our device is available in 8 colors, with each representing unique causes you can choose from. With every purchase of a therapeutic massage pistol, Yobow will donate a portion of the purchase price to a corresponding charity.
We want people to feel good about their purchase. With our unwavering commitment to the wellness space, and our partnership with 15 charities, you can align yourself - or your business - with the cause that resonates most with you.
Imerman Angels’ mission is to provide comfort and understanding for all cancer fighters, survivors, previvors and caregivers through a personalized, one-on-one connection with someone who has been there. According to the American Cancer Society, “having cancer is hard and going through it can be a very involved and complicated process. It affects the person with cancer and each family member or loved one socially and emotionally. This is known as the psychosocial effect of having cancer.” Imerman Angels provides essential psychosocial support to ensure nobody has to face cancer alone.
The Tunnel to Towers Foundation honors the sacrifice of firefighter Stephen Siller who laid down his life to save others on September 11, 2001. For 20 years, the Tunnel to Towers Foundation has honored Stephen’s legacy by supporting the heroes who continue to risk life and limb in the line of duty. To mark its 20th anniversary, the Tunnel to Towers Foundation has promised to deliver 120 mortgage-free homes to our nation’s heroes by the end of the year.
The Elijah-Alavi Foundation is Elijah’s Echo, an initiative designed to raise awareness on the severity of food allergies, anaphylaxis, and asthma awareness as well as the importance of education and training. The organization was founded by the parents of Elijah-Alavi after his passing due to being given food that contained an allergen by his daycare despite them knowing he had a severe dairy allergy. Through his parent’s efforts, Elijah’s law was passed historically in New York to improve child safety in all NYS registered and licensed childcare centers.
EB Research Partnership is the largest nonprofit dedicated to funding research aimed at treating and ultimately curing Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) attacks the skin — not just the skin we see, but also the skin inside of us. The resulting wounds never heal. It is lethal for many of the children born with it. Through the hard work of scientists, we’re on the precipice of a cure.
NAMI Chicago is one of the largest, most active affiliates of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Guided by the experiences of those living with mental health conditions and rooted in equity, NAMI Chicago educates to fight stigma and discrimination, fiercely advocates for our community, and shares hope, connection and expertise with people on their mental health journey. Your purchase supports NAMI Chicago’s free mental health Helpline, support groups, education and advocacy work.
Fighting For Families was founded in 2013 in honor of Drew Sternheimer, the founder’s son, grandson, and friend. At birth, Drew was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and immediately faced unimaginable challenges that instilled passion and drive to help other families facing similar adversity. Fighting For Families was established to help families cope with the enormous financial strain cerebral palsy places on them.
Riley’s Way Foundation empowers the next generation of kind leaders and provides them with the support, funds, and skills they need to change the world. Their local and national programs support and connect young people around the country to become powerful voices and kind leaders in their communities. Riley’s Way honors the life of a kind-hearted little girl, Riley Hannah Sandler, whose spirit of friendship still guides all that we do. Since we began in 2014, we have awarded over hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants to students and schools around the country and have benefitted tens of thousands of individuals.
The DeGregorio Family Foundation provides seed money for innovative research focused on curing gastric and esophageal cancers.
Every year, we identify and fund research scientists endeavoring to begin this critical path towards a cure.
Our seed money can mean the difference between cancer research being funded or abandoned.
The ALS Association symbolizes the hopes of people everywhere that Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis will one day be a disease of the past - relegated to historical status, studied in medical textbooks, conquered by the dedication of thousands who have worked ceaselessly to understand and eradicate this perplexing killer.
Live4Lali works to reduce stigma and prevent substance use disorder among individuals, families, and communities, and minimize the overall health, legal and social harms associated with substance use. Their aim is to increase knowledge of drug trends, substance use disorder, and harm reduction through educational programs for the general public, people who use substances, impacted families, and professional groups; Influence the public and private sectors.
Athletes vs. Crohn’s was founded in January of 2017 by Larry Nance Jr. and Noah Weber.
The mission of AVC is to raise awareness of Crohn’s and Colitis in the adolescent population and help children realize their athletic potential despite being diagnosed with a chronic illness.
The Jared Kuper Diabetes Foundation advocates for those affected by diabetes through financial and supportive services, along with inspiring others to help find a cure. They’re dedicated to improving the lives of all people living with this disease by creating awareness through education and offering personalized, supportive connections to individuals, families, and caregivers.
Founded in March 2020, Invisible Hands is a community-based group of over 12,000 organizers and volunteers delivering groceries, prescriptions, and other necessities to those most vulnerable and at-risk during the COVID-19 pandemic, including the elderly, immunocompromised, sick, people with disabilities, and people experiencing food insecurity.
Powered by volunteers, they’ve completed thousands of contactless deliveries in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Georgia.
SCOPE was established for one simple reason, to provide summer camp opportunities to ALL children, regardless of socio-economic background. Children who receive SCOPE camperships gain access to attend nonprofit, ACA accredited, overnight summer camp throughout the United States, free of cost to their family.
As a breast cancer survivor, Giuliana realized that while she was undergoing treatment, it was the act of getting camera-ready – having her hair and makeup done, putting on beautiful clothes, and receiving the full Hollywood treatment – helped too, serving as its own form of therapy that made her feel less like a patient and more like herself. For her, by indulging in the things that made her look and feel good, Giuliana was able to boost her confidence and optimism, and feel like her best self, even in the midst of her devastating diagnosis. Now, Giuliana wants to give back and help other women battling breast cancer, and, together with The Pink Agenda, empower women to feel their best. We aim to make their most fabulous wishes come true, whether that’s a pair of fancy shoes, concert tickets, dinner parties, or a much deserved trip to the spa.
To date, they have granted over 300 wishes.
Together, Giuliana Rancic’s FAB-U-WISH and The Pink Agenda grant the most fabulous wishes imaginable to women undergoing treatment for this devastating disease. Women residing in the United States who are currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer, or who have undergone treatment within the past 12 months, are eligible to apply.