AccuReg is giving back.

AccuReg was founded in the spirit of making a difference in the world, and in that spirit we are proud to support these organizations and the outstanding contributions they make to improve the lives of others around the world.

Give The Gift of Hope: Transforming Lives One Child at a Time

As a company, AccuReg adopted a charity in a remote and underserved area of Haiti, Danita’s Children. Danita’s Children is a 501(c)3 organization that funnels 91% of all donations to the children they serve.

Founded by Danita Estrella in January 1999, the organization began with a small house and 14 children in Ouanaminthe, Haiti. Currently Danita’s Children cares for more than 100 orphans, educates nearly 300 children, and provides 18,000 meals a month. A church provides a place of spiritual hope and most recently, a medical center and hospital was completed for the children.

One way hospitals can help support Danita’s Children is by donating medical equipment and supplies. We are in full support of this group of amazing people who have served the forgotten children of Haiti for more than 10 years. Let’s Help Them Make A Difference!

Their Mission:

“We rescue, love, and care for orphans and impoverished children in Haiti, meeting their needs physically, emotionally, and spiritually so that they are empowered to become leaders in their communities and nation.”

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Standing Up For Children Since 1977

The National Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association, together with its state and local member programs, supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy so every abused or neglected child in the United States can be safe, have a permanent home, and the opportunity to thrive.

CASA’s vision is of a world where every abused or neglected child is given the opportunity to thrive in a safe and loving home.

CASA recruits and trains volunteers to go through the court process with abused and neglected children. The ultimate goal of the program is to prevent abuse and ensure that the children they serve who have been abused and neglected spend their lives in a safe, loving and permanent home. CASA volunteers are men and women who want to help their community’s children. They work for the Judge alongside attorneys and other court personnel as appointed officers of the court.

Advocate For Children

Whether your interest is in giving financial support, your time, or your voice, there are many ways to get involved.

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A Faith-Based Medical Clinic for Uninsured Adults

What began as an act of faith by one physician and his wife, has grown into a partnership of faith involving hundreds of volunteers, medical providers, and churches all responding to God’s call to care for those in need of medical care.

Inspired by Christ’s call to heal the sick, Victory Health Partners seeks to provide affordable quality care to the many thousands of low=income and uninsured adults in the Gulf Coast community. With a network of over 150 specialists ranging from cardiologists, orthopedic surgeons, dermatologists, etc., the barriers that once blocked the path of patients’ recovery are now removed so that they have the ability to receive the care they need.

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There Are Many Ways To Help

“A VHP patient’s co-pay covers less than half of the cost of an actual visit, so they rely on donations of both time and money to close the healthcare gap for those who need it most. Contributions – as donors, volunteers, and medical services partners – enable Victory Health to provide care to over 19,000 qualified patients and counting. Every  $1 donated provides $30 in medical services. Learn more about becoming a partner.

Their Mission:

To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

The Boys & Girls Clubs in Tennessee counts on volunteer’s contribution to meet its  mission and help the young in their community succeed.

Positive Youth Development

Boys & Girls in Tennessee is part of a nationwide movement of community-based, autonomous organizations which are part of Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA). Clubs work to help youth of all backgrounds develop the qualities needed to become responsible citizens and leaders. Boys & Girls Clubs in Tennessee offer daily access to a broad range of programs in five core areas that are designed to drive positive outcomes and reinforce necessary life skills for youth:

  • Character and Leadership Development
  • Educations and Career Development
  • Health and Life Skills
  • The Arts
  • Sports, Fitness, and Recreation

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