Together, we can Make a Difference in people's lives today! 

Whether you host a fundraiser, join our volunteer network, become a corporate partner or simply do something kind and thoughtful for a stranger in need, you can choose to Make a Difference in the lives of others.  


What are you waiting for?


If you are inspired to help raise awareness and funds to support our mission, hosting a fundraiser is a fun and effective way to do it!

Contact us to discuss ideas and further details on how you can Make a Difference!


Sponsoring a Make a Difference project that is compatible with your company's values is a powerful way to demonstrate strong corporate citizenship and social responsibility. Interested in learning how your business or organization can partner with us? 

Contact us to explore ways for us to work together to Make a Difference!


This is your invitation to play a hands-on role in helping to Make a Difference in people's lives.  Whether it is lending us your administrative skills; getting your hands dirty planting, weeding and watering a prayer garden; assisting us with event planning details; or simply spreading the word about our many projects, we're grateful and welcome you with open arms! 

Contact us to discover how your talents can be put to work to Make a Difference!


Every dollar helps the Make a Difference Foundation to positively impact the lives of people who are in need of comfort, family assistance and simple kindnesses.

Simple Acts of Kindness

Compliment a stranger.

Pay for the coffee, toll or bus fare for the person behind you.

Let the person who seems rushed cut in front of you in line.

Hold the door open for someone.

Create a list of phone numbers for local handymen, good take-out nearby, qualified babysitters, etc.       and give it to a new neighbor, 


.Let people merge-in during traffic.

Give warm clothes and/or shoes to someone homeless.

Return an abandoned grocery cart to the front of the store.

Send a care package to a soldier.

Shovel snow off your neighbors driveway when you're doing yours.

Offer roadside assistance to a stranded motorist.

Buy the cup of lemonade from the neighbor kid's stand.

Donate your vacation or sick days to a person at work who is struggling with cancer.


Generously give your knowledge.

Stop traffic to allow a turtle or parade of ducklings to cross the street.

Assume the best in others.