Empowering Youths to achieve their greatest potential.
To ensure that girl-serving organizations are more connected, more effective, and better able to prepare today's girls to be the leaders, agents of change, and thriving women of tomorrow.
"Fusenot Foundation's generous contribution to Alliance for Girls (AFG) will make a tremendous difference to our work. AFG is championing the leaders who transform communities. Through AFG, more than 100 organizations, including 8,000 adult allies, are working collectively to break down systemic barriers and ensure every girl has the supports and opportunities she needs to thrive. Together we have produced original research on the lived experiences of girls in California, passed new sexual harassment policies with and for girls, and we have trained thousands of service providers and educators in best practices for meeting girls' needs (89% learned new skills that make them more effective in their roles). The funding provided by the Fustnot Foundation will allow us to deepen this programming and pursue our vision of a world where a girls' worth is determined by her mind and spirit, her body is safe and a source of joy, and the sky is her limit."
Emma Mayerson, Executive Director
Alliance For Girls
To enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
"More than 3,000 children have a safe, active and fun place to stay, play and learn until it’s time to go home. No child is denied access to the Clubs due to the inability to pay the dues, and scholarships are offered to families in need of financial assistance. In order to keep our membership dues low, we need the support of our community and beyond. The Boys & Girls Clubs of East County is proud to be a recipient of the Fusenot Charity Foundation."
Samantha "Sam" Olsen, Director of Development
Boys & Girls Clubs of East County
Hogares Calasanz de Tijuana (HOCATI) AC, is a work of principles and values with a commitment to kids and teenagers of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico in a vulnerable situation. Backed by the Order of Piarist Fathers (Orden de los Padres Escolapios in Spanish) whose qualities are the comprehensive education of children and youth. Our priority is to give support to children and teenagers that were abandoned, orphaned, risked or members of disintegrated or poor families.The institution covers their basic requirements of food, clothing, care, accommodation, medical care and education from an integral pedagogy.
"We want to thank you for your valuable contribution. We felt full of enthusiasm when we got your donation, which will contribute to the improvement of the attention of the children we welcome, with the start of the remodeling project of the fence of the children's house. We share our work with you because we know this is something we do together. Thanks for your help”
Jaime Núñez Tafoya SCHP, Founder
Hogares Calasanz de Tijuana (HOCATI) AC
Thursday’s Child deals with endangered children teens and young adults. It maintains a 24-hour helpline that encompasses a broad spectrum of issues, including alcohol abuse, anger, anorexia, anxiety, binging, body shaming, bulimia, child abuse, child abduction, child trafficking, cutting, date rape, dating abuse, drug abuse, grief, Internet safety, missing children, molestation, parental abduction, obesity, rape, runaway, runaways, self-injury, sexual assault, sexually-transmitted diseases, smoking and vaping, STDs, stress, suicide, teen pregnancy and teen prostitution. We have the only directory listings for most of these issues.
No other helpline in the Western Hemisphere exists for bullying victims, and no other (free) helpline exists for eating disorders or for self-injury in the world. We offer legal assistance in child custody cases. We actively help find missing children, seek out and eliminate child pornography sites from the Internet. We offer web-interactive support for both parents and teens. And we will, when needed, interface with school with issues of bullying to ensure that the bullying stops, as all too many children have either committed suicide over have been bullied, or attempted it.
"The grant from the Fusenot Foundation will help us to broaden our services to endangered children, teens and young adults, and to continue to maintain our free 24-hour services." Donald Kieran Austen, Founder & President
A Step Beyond's mission is to provide under-served youth throughout the cities of San Marcos and Escondido with opportunities that greatly expand their expectations and ambitions through dance education, academic support, and family services.
"A Step Beyond sincerely appreciates receiving the Fusenot Foundation Grant. We currently have 110 students, and in 2017 we will enroll an additional 40 taking us to 150 on our way to +-350. This is a ten year journey; all at no cost the families. The Fusenot Foundation Grant will assist us in enrolling an additional +-40 underserved youth into A Step Beyond's integrative Program."
Frank Foster, Executive Director
A STEP BEYOND
Solving Youth Homelessness Through Empowerment and Self-Sufficiency.
Safe Housing – Life Skills – Education and Training – Support Services
“We are blessed to have the Fusenot Foundation's support for over the past 5 years. They have supported our Award Winning “Taking Music & Art to the Streets” program which has seen over 3,100 Homeless Youth ages 12-24 years old. Their donation has resulted in allowing Homeless Youth to trust much quicker & get many services they would not have. Thank you so much for your support."
Jeffrey Sitcov, Founder & President
Doors of Change (also known as PhotoCharity)
Spotlight March 2017
Celebrating 50 Years of Goodwill