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  • P.O Box 420202 Kissimmee, Florida 34746
  • (754) 368-2084
  • Kissimmee, Florida 34746
  • (407) 745-1079

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Whats your Mission?

Our mission is to empower, educate and elevate members of the community who are underserved, in order that they may become self-sustaining and productive contributors to society.

Health And Safety Training & Education

At We Care Now we try to place our volunteers where their skill set or training is. Sometimes, honestly, we fall short in many ways. Not enough supplies, not enough restrooms, not enough skilled volunteers. Either way, I want to assure we look after each and every person that comes thru our doors or attend any one of our events. This is why your donations are so important because not everyone has a heart for those in need, occasionally we have to pay for services. While money is created from trees. We need more donors to step up to make sure we have the resources to ensure everyone is trained at their prospective task with We Care Now.

Does We Care Now Support America’s Military Families?

We love and support our military families, therefore, we will do whatever it takes to make sure they get the support they need. Meaning if we can’t help, we will do our endeavor best to assist them with finding the help they need, even if it means calling others and doing the research for them to get them the help they need.

Does We Care Now complete background checks?

Yes, we take the safety of everyone very important especially our kids. Our goal is where ever we go, there is a safety net around us, thru PRAYER and support from our law enforcement.

Is We Care Now a tax exempt organization.

Yes. We Care Now Corporation is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Licensed and registered with all authorized authorities. So be rest assured that all donations are tax deductible in full or in part.

But, don’t take our word for it, here are some resources that can help you determine if in fact we or any other organization is Tax exempt.

Just simply click on their logo.


  1. IRS Logo
  2. Florida Division of Corporations
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Where are my donations going?

Your donation will go where it is needed at the time unless specified by the donor.

We Care Now is committed to making that change we want to see in the world, with that said we will not and do not take any salary until we have a revenue of over $250,000. After which the chart below explains.

 

How do I benefit from donating

  • 1. Experience More Pleasure
    In research conducted by the National Institutes of Health, participants who chose to donate a portion of $100 they were provided enjoyed activated pleasure centers in the brain. Although this experiment was controlled and scientific, it did show that donating money simply makes you feel better, which is something we can all benefit from.2. Help Others in Need
    We don’t live in a perfect world, and there’s never going to be a perfect time to give—but there are always people out there in need of help. Whether interest rates are rising, the economy is in the doldrums, or even if you’re experiencing financial difficulties of your own, the reality is that when you donate your money, you help others who need it.

    3. Get a Tax Deduction
    If you give to an IRS-approved charity, you can write off donations on your tax return. Certain restrictions do apply, though. To learn more about them, along with whether or not a particular charity has IRS approval, check the IRS website. Donating your cash is a great way to reduce the amount of money you send off to Uncle Sam, and for a good cause, to boot.

    4. Bring More Meaning to Your Life
    When you donate money to charity, you create opportunities to meet new people who believe in the same causes that inspire you. That, and making a real impact on those causes, can infuse your everyday life with more meaning. If you’ve been stuck in a rut, whether personally or professionally, sometimes the simple act of donating cash can do the trick and reinvigorate your life.

    5. Promote Generosity in Your Children
    When your kids see you donating money, they’re much more likely to adopt a giving mindset as they grow up. I write from personal experience. I’ve donated money to a variety of charities over the years and have always made sure to inform my eight-year-old son of my efforts. Last Christmas, when he and I were shopping at a mall, he spotted a kiosk for a charity and rather than spending some of his allotted money on Christmas gifts, he asked if we could purchase a homeless child a gift. We did then and there. Do the same with your kids and you might see similar results.

    6. Motivate Friends and Family
    When you let your friends and family know of your charitable donations, they may find themselves more motivated to undertake their own efforts to give. It takes a village to address issues such as world poverty, scientific advancement, and early childhood education. Stoking passions in the folks around you is a very positive and tangible effect of your own giving.

    7. Realize that Every Little Bit Helps
    You don’t need $10,000 to make a difference in someone’s life. Even just a few U.S. dollars could result in a week’s worth of meals for a starving child, much-needed medical attention, and even improved schooling. Don’t just think of your cash donation from an American economic perspective. Often that money can go a lot further elsewhere in the world.

    8. Improve Personal Money Management
    If you set a scheduled $100 donation each month to support our causes, that can motivate you to be more attentive to your own finances in an effort to ensure you don’t default or fall behind in your monthly donations. Anything that gets you to pay closer attention to your bank account is a good thing—especially when it helps those in need.

    9. Give, If You Can’t Volunteer
    This might not necessarily be a positive effect of charitable giving, but if you’re too busy to volunteer or otherwise donate your time, giving money is the perfect workaround. Never think that you can’t improve someone’s life or the world itself if your personal or professional schedule won’t allow the time. Writing out a check is a simple way to show you’re willing to help others in any way you can.

How would describe We Care Now?

We Care Now Corporation is a 501©3 tax exempt organization with the sole purpose of serving children whose parents have found it hard to make ends meet. The ages we serve are from 0 to 17 years of age. Our goal is to reach them while they are young helping them to become upright moral citizens of the community in which they live, through programs that meet needs of young children.

 

Whats your Vision

We Care Now believes in the inherent value of Children and their families, regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, ancestry, or disability.

We Care Now sets out expectations as to how employees will interact with each other, guides relationships with partners and supporters and shapes interactions with those holding differing opinions and beliefs. We are “One Team,” committed to working together to the highest standards of honesty and integrity to achieve transformative goals for our team, supporters, and our clients. We strive to:

  • Always use the best available science to inform and guide our decisions and priorities, but recognize that it may not always be the sole driver of our actions;
  • Balance idealism with pragmatism, focusing on creating solutions rather than just identifying problems;
  • Be fair, honest, open-minded, collaborative and respectful in all of our internal and external interactions;
  • Be truthful and accurate in our inner and external communications, acknowledging and rectifying our errors when we make them;
  • Regardless of political affiliation, collaborate with others who share our commitment to Children and their families;
  • Measure our performance by the achievement of lasting solutions consistent with our mission, long-term goals, and priorities;
  • Value and respect the critical contributions of our members and supporters;
  • Use our resources wisely, thinking big and maximizing the impact and effectiveness of our advocacy work;
  • Value innovation, being willing to take responsible risks to advance Children lives;
  • Minimize our impact on Children and the environment by conserving resources in our daily work; and
  • Routinely assess both our successes and our disappointments, learning from those experiences and adapting our strategies and tactics as necessary.

Our employees are our greatest asset, and we care about their welfare and professional growth—we will always listen to our co-workers’ suggestions for improving our operations. Empowerment fostered throughout all levels of our organization through clarity of authority and accountability. We value the unique perspectives and backgrounds of our employees and work to expand the diversity of our workforce, board of directors and coalitions.

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