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Vetted Foundations

[Ronald McDonald House Charities®]

[Boys & Girls Clubs of Bend]

[Bend Area Habitat for Humanity]

[High Desert Museum]

[St. Francis of Assisi School]

[Deschutes Land Trust]

[Bend Park & Recreation Foundation]

[Central Oregon Council on Aging]

[St. Charles Foundation]

[Red Cross Oregon Mountain River]

[GlobalGiving Charity Fundraising]

[Aishworya Childrens Home]

[St. Jude Children's Research Hospital]

[The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp]

[Kiva Microfinance Lending]

[Calvert Foundation]

[AARP Foundation]

[Make-A-Wish®]

[ONE - fight against extreme poverty]

[Gates Foundation]

[USO - Support Our Troops]

[United We Serve]

[Khan Academy]

[The Nike Foundation]

[Livestrong Foundation]

[American Cancer Society]

[City of Hope]

[leukemia-lymphoma Cancer Research]

[Citizen Corps - Preparing the Nation]

[The Foundation For a Better Life]

[United Way Worldwide]

[The Salvation Army]

[Goodwill Industries International]

[Global Red Cross]

[International Federation (IFRC)]

[CNN Heroes - People For a Better Life]

[Children's Health Fund]

[J/P Haitian Relief Organization]

[The ICIJ | Center for Public Integrity]

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OUR MISSION - GivingTheFutureWay is a secular, nonpartisan, digital platform dedicated to inspiring resources towards vetted global community programs.


These program's primary focus include, but are not limited to: youth & young adults, workshops, classes, mentoring, employment, sustainability, innovation, housing, micro-finance, community activities, volunteering, engage voters, grassroots campaigns, and general charitable giving. We continually seek those with similar passion to join us and support The Giving Initiatives.



  • The Giving Pledge Initiatives

  • Founder’s Initiatives
  • Public Charities Initiatives
    • Impact Capital - Calvert Impact Capital, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, investment firm that works with investors to move capital into communities around the world. People and institutions invest through our Community Investment Note and syndication service. We pool those dollars to make loans to roughly 100 mission-driven organizations worldwide that have a social and/or environmental focus.

    • Donating to your favorite charity - keeps getting easier and easier. A few months ago, Amazon launched their Alexa Donate program, which is currently an invite-only program for charities; Charity Navigator just became one of their 83 charities accepting donations through their program.

    • LeBron James Family Foundation - mission is to positively affect the lives of children and young adults through education and co-curricular educational initiatives. We believe that an education and living an active, healthy lifestyle is pivotal to the development of children and young adults.

    • St. Jude is leading the way - the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. But here are a few things that might surprise you!

    • Davidson Academy of Nevada - in 2006 opened on the University of Nevada, Reno campus as the first free public school of its kind for profoundly gifted middle and high school students. Profoundly gifted students are three standard deviations above the norm on the bell curve, so they are at the extreme end of the intelligence, or IQ, continuum. Unlike traditional school settings, the Academy’s classes group students by ability rather than age.

      Families have moved to Reno to attend the Academy from Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Washington, Wyoming and Australia.


    • Sundance Institute - “Storytellers broaden our minds: engage, provoke, inspire, and ultimately, connect us.” -- Robert Redford, President and Founder - As a champion and curator of independent stories for the stage and screen, Sundance Institute provides and preserves the space for artists in film, theatre, film composing, and digital media to create and thrive.

      Robert Redford founded the Institute in 1981 to foster independence, risk-taking, and new voices in American film. That year, ten emerging filmmakers were invited to Sundance Resort in the mountains of Utah, where they worked with leading writers, directors, and actors to develop their original independent projects.


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