“You have lost too much, but you have not lost everything. And you have certainly not lost America.”

President William Jefferson Clinton
(Oklahoma Bombing Memorial Prayer Service Address, April 1995)

The past year has brought natural unprecedented disasters to Florida and the Bahamas. In 2019, we responded to assistance to victims of Hurricane Dorian.

Historically, the Foundation has taken an active role in alleviating the hardship and displacement of thousands of Americans who have suffered unpredictable life challenges. As one of the most destructive hurricanes was approaching the Bahamas, the Foundation immediately responded to the needs of its citizens in collaboration with World Central Kitchen and its Founder, Jose Andres.

This is consistent with past efforts to alleviate suffering and displaced victims of natural and man-made disasters throughout the United States and the world.

“Oftentimes, our help was first on the scene because of the streamline nature of our Foundation,” says Jennifer Leesfield, Trustee.

View Disaster Relief Efforts

  • UNIDOS Disaster Relief & Recovery Program to Support Puerto Rico
    (Hurricane Maria Victims)
  • Greater Houston Community Foundation – (Hurricane Harvey Victims)
  • Volunteer Louisiana – (Flood Victims)
  • Tennessee Bar Association (Disaster Relief Assistance for Tennessee Flood Victims)
  • California Fire Foundation
  • OneOrlando Fund (Terrorist Attack)
  • Dallas Foundation – Line of Duty Fund (Police Shooting)
  • American Red Cross – Tennessee wildfires
  • Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York (Hurricane Sandy Victims)
  • UJA Federation of New York (Hurricane Sandy Victims)
  • Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies (Hurricane Sandy Victims
  • The Children’s Aid Society- New York (Hurricane Sandy Victims
  • Living Hope Haiti Christian Mission (2010 Haiti Earthquake)