United as alumni, motivated for good.
Warriors for Good is working this year with Central Furniture Rescue, a volunteer-run organization in Cedar Rapids, IA, that provides furniture and household items to families transitioning from homelessness into their own homes.
Warriors for Good teamed up with Lemons of Love, a nonprofit organization that shares love with people impacted by cancer, to raise funds to fill Lemons of Love Chemo Care Packages. With your support, we were able to deliver care packages to hospitals in Chicago, Cedar Rapids, and San Francisco.
We supported two programs that are administered by the CRCSF: the Homeless Program, which provides homeless children in the district with access to some of the tools they need to have a successful school experience, and the SAFE program, which ensures that no one is prevented from participating in an extracurricular activity because of financial need.
In 2013, the daughter of our classmate Paul was diagnosed with the rare CDKL5 Deficiency Disorder. The beautiful Natalya requires 24/7 care, and the CDKL5 Center of Excellence at Children's Hospital Colorado provides Natalya and her family with expert assistance to help them understand the complications associated with present and future physiological and medical issues.
2020 MicroClinic Initiative, a non-profit organization led by classmate Lynne, works to improve the health of mothers and their families in medically underserved communities in Africa.
In 2018, Warriors for Good teamed up to raise nearly $50,000 to support 2020 MicroClinic Initiative and to save hundreds of lives in rural Kenya.