This past year has driven home a familiar truth, that we are all in this together. Mighty Well’s mission has always been to provide community, information, and high quality products for people affected by medical conditions. The COVID-19 pandemic expanded the need for healthcare products — from the 1-in-3 Americans who experience chronic illness to, well, everyone. It takes all of us working together to keep each other safe and healthy. Following the success of our Mighty Well Masks, we wanted to expand our impact by donating to nonprofits in need of breathable, effective, and stylish face masks.
So far, we have donated over 1,000 masks to nonprofit organizations. We’d like to introduce you to a few of them, and let you know how you can help them continue their important work:
Breast Cancer Research Foundation
“The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to achieving prevention and a cure for breast cancer. We provide critical funding for cancer research worldwide to fuel advances in tumor biology, genetics, prevention, treatment, metastasis and survivorship.
‘Our goal is to accelerate the breakthroughs bringing us closer to a cure to speed up the progress that will improve survivorship and quality of life for breast cancer patients today.’ – Myra J. Biblowit, President & CEO.”
Want to get involved? Head to BCRF.org to learn more about how to spread awareness and education about Breast Cancer.
Harlem Children’s Zone
“The Harlem Children’s Zone started with one mission that was the most ambitious and audacious in U.S. history: to end intergenerational poverty in Central Harlem and lead the way for other long-distressed communities nationwide and around the world to do the same.
Harlem Children’s Zone breaks the cycle of intergenerational poverty with on-the-ground, all-around programming that builds up opportunities for children and families to thrive in school, work, and life. From early childhood, education, and career programs to community outreach and wellness initiatives, HCZ opens pathways to mobility and prosperity.”
Want to get involved? Head to HCZ.org to learn more about how to support HCZ’s programs.
“SocialWorks, founded by Grammy-award-winning musician and humanitarian Chance the Rapper, aims to empower the youth through the arts, education, and civic engagement. Since 2016, SocialWorks has created 5 initiatives that present youth the opportunity to learn and act on their passions.
SocialWorks’ programming focuses on education, mental health, homelessness, and performing and literary arts – directly affecting thousands of youth yearly. Through the initiatives, OpenMike, Warmest Winter, Kids of the Kingdom, The New Chance: Arts & Literature Fund, and My State of Mind, SocialWorks hopes to inspire creativity, build dreams, and advocate for youth success in all its forms.”
Want to get involved? Head to Socialworkschi.org to learn more about how to support SocialWorks programs.
“The BELL Organization was founded with the intent that a proper education should be provided to every child no matter their socioeconomic status. BELL Organization’s mission is to provide quality educational opportunities for children of families from low income and underrepresented communities. Our Organization provides services ranging from mentorship development to STEM learning opportunities in fields such as Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics for students attending middle school and high school in the Bronx and throughout Greater New York, allowing us to reach more students of all capabilities, economic means and interests.”
Want to get involved? Head to @BellOrganization to learn more about how to support BELL’s programs.
We are Mightier Together!