Vendor Spotlight: Good Work(s) Make a Difference

Skye & Star pridefully purchases from vendors that give back to the community. Good Work(s) has provided assistance to countless families both locally and abroad since it’s establishment in 2011.

Good Work(s) Make a Difference

2017:

  • Sponsored 200,000 salad bowls for the homeless at The Dream Center.
  • Helped support after-school programs for 26,500 underprivileged students in the US.
  • Built clean water and energy systems in the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, & Guatemala.
    • Continued commitment to building solar panels and clean water systems, extending its scope to 12 rural areas.  Water well drilling rig for Guatemala purchased, allowing for the construction of an additional 50-100 water system projects a year.

  • Helped build an elementary school in Kenya and Tanzania.

  • Constructed a vocational school in Brazil.

2016:

  • Helped build solar panels and clean water systems in 12 rural areas around the world.
  • Built a playground for 106 orphans in Korea, giving them a safe space to play in.
  • Purchased 2 water rigs for Guatemala, providing clean water to 25,000 people.
  • Provided 50,000 meals to underprivileged children and the homeless in the Los Angeles area.

  • Helped fund construction of 1000 acre irrigation system in Russia.

2015:

  • Helped build solar panels and clean water systems to 7 rural areas across the world. Funded 5 wells in Haiti, Ghana, & Uganda.

  • Donated 400 deserving children a brand new bicycle with Sweet Alice Harris and the Parents of Watts at their Annual Holiday Festival.
  • Provided 31,000 meals for the homeless.

  • Supported LA’s BEST’s after school program for 29,000 students across the city of Los Angeles.

2014:

  • Partnered with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to help save children’s lives.

  • Supported Women’s Conference for 400 women in Hollywood, CA.

  • Supported LA’s BEST, helping provide free after school programs for K-8.

  • Sponsored Christmas party for 150 foster children.

  • Sponsored holiday dinner for 200 homeless.

2013:

  • Tools for School
    • Provided 10,000 school supplies to student’s all over the United States, including 12,000 toys distributed for Christmas festivities.
  • Dream Prom 2013
    • 40 well deserving students from Inglewood High School were awarded a “Dream Prom,” providing financial assistance to economically disadvantaged teens.
  • Funded two college scholarships given to children of breast cancer patients.

  • Sponsored the GoodNews Foundation to help at-risk children in Los Angeles.

2012:

  • Home Sweeter Home Campaign
    • Provided home essentials and supplies for an additional 117 homeless families in the NOHO Villa Senior Housing complex for Path Ventures.

  • Dream Prom 2012
    • In April 2012, 20 well deserving students at Fairfax High School were awarded a “Dream Prom,” providing financial assistance to economically disadvantaged teens.

  • Summer of the Mother
    • Arranged “A Magical Day” for underprivileged mothers from the Path Ventures Long Beach Family Commons program, an organization dedicated to assisting the homeless. The event aimed at providing a day of attention and pampering for 40 single mothers, with visits from local beauty specialists, fitness instructors and live musicians. The ladies were also treated with lunch and donated gifts.

  • Collected 1,200 Christmas gifts for underprivileged children.

2011:

  • Safe Haven – Por La Infancia
    • Provided a home for 35 evicted orphans in Mexico.
  • Day of the Child
    • Organized “Day of the Child” sponsoring 1,000 foster children to have a fun-filled day at the fair.
  • Sponsored “Party at the Pier” in Los Angeles for UCLA Hospital.

One Reply to “Vendor Spotlight: Good Work(s) Make a Difference”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s