RAISE $10,000 FOR LOCAL CHARITIES IN 2 HOURS!
Since our inception in 2018, 100 Guys Who Care Evansville has helped many local charities. You can read about each of the charities we have contributed to below.
Ark Crisis Children’s Center
On February 20, 2020, 100 Guys Who Care Evansville donated $10,000 to Ark Crisis Children’s Center.
You Make A Difference for Ark’s Kids
When you support Ark, you help protect children from abuse and neglect.
Your gift gives you the power to make a tremendous difference in the life of a child.
You provide free care for kids age 6 weeks to 6 years whose families are in crisis.
You make Ark’s free care available to children Monday-Friday, year-round.
You join an amazing group of generous donors, service groups and corporations
who partner with Ark in a variety of ways to keep children safe.
Santa Clothes Club
On November 21st, 2019, 100 Guys Who Care Evansville donated $10,350 to Santa Clothes Club.
Santa Clothes Club provides warm clothing for disadvantaged children throughout the Tri-State. The organization gives the children it serves a complete set of clothing including pants, a shirt, underwear, and a winter coat. Santa Clothes Club has helped over 74,000 children since 1982.
Young & Established
On August 13, 2019, 100 Guys Who Care Evansville donated $10,500 to Young & Established.
Our mission is to inspire and motivate youth while addressing the challenges young people face every day. Through our mentoring programs, community events, and relevant campaigns, we strive to make a lasting impact on the lives of today’s youth.
On May 14th, 2019, 100 Guys Who Care Evansville donated $10,450 to Hangers.
Hangers is part of the EVSC Foundation and is a valuable clothing resource to students in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation. After a recommendation from a school counselor or social worker, Hangers provides clean clothing, school supplies and hygiene products to students in need. This allows students to look and feel their best so they can focus on learning.
On February 19, 2019, 100 Guys Who Care Evansville donated $10,070 to Holly’s House.
Holly’s House is a non-residential advocacy center for victims of intimate crimes. The agency provides support for victims by connecting them with counseling, medical care and helps them pursue justice by providing a safe place to report the crime. Holly’s House also has programs dedicated to preventing child abuse and raising community awareness about abuse and intimate crimes.
Honor Flight Southern Indiana
On November 13th, 2018, 100 Guys Who Care Evansville donated $12,900 to Honor Flight Southern Indiana.
Honor Flight Southern Indiana is an organization dedicated to serving our nation’s veterans. They take veterans on flight to Washington DC to visit memorials built in their honor. Any veteran who served is eligible, with priority given to the oldest veterans and those who are terminally ill.
Highland Baseball Challenger League
On August 22, 2018, 100 Guys Who Care Evansville donated $11,950 to Highland Baseball Challenger League.
Highland Baseball Challenger League is an adaptive baseball program for children ages 3-18 with physical and intellectual challenges. They believe everyone should be able to enjoy sports, no matter what their abilities. The team was even invited to appear at the Little League World Series in 2018!
On May 15, 2018, 100 Guys Who Care Evansville donated $10,600 to Chemo Buddies.
Chemo Buddies is an organization dedicated to making sure no cancer patient has to go through chemotherapy alone. Volunteers with the group spend shifts in chemo treatment rooms to listen and talk to patients and assist with basic tasks like getting drinks or tidying up. They work with several area medical facilities.
Youth First, Inc.
On February 15th, 2018, 100 Guys Who Care Evansville made our first donation ever! We gave $11,700 to Youth First, Inc.
Youth First’s mission is to strengthen youth by providing programs on substance abuse prevention, promoting healthy behaviors, and maximizing student success. The organization offers access to social workers and works with schools and parents to help Evansville youth grow up to be happier, healthier, and more successful members of our community.