Alabama Head Injury Foundation

Serves those disabled by brain or spinal cord injuries through financial assistance, respite care, camps and support groups

$10 could provide 30 minutes of respite care to a caregiver/family member caring for a Traumatic Brain Injury survivor.

Alabama Red Cross

Disaster relief, services to mili- tary, CPR/First Aid/Safety classes

$10 would provide three hot meals served at a shelter or mobile feeding site.

The Arc of Tuscaloosa

Job skills training and placement for adults age 21 and older

$10 would pay for 10 round trips on The Tuscaloosa Trolley system to provide transportation for prevocational training and employment.

Arts'n Autism

Provides autism services in Tuscaloosa and surrounding counties to children from preschool to young adults

$10 will buy 5 canvases for art class

Big Brothers Big Sisters of West Alabama

Screened volunteers provide one-on-one mentorship to at-risk children

$10 would cover the cost of one Little to attend a movie on a field trip with our entire agency or on a one-on-one trip with their Big.

Boy Scouts of America - Black Warrior Council

Citizenship, fitness and leadership opportunities for young adults

$10 could provide supplies for a group of boys for a weekly meeting.

Boys & Girls Club of West Alabama

Education, recreation, and leadership programs for children and youth

$10 could cover the cost of a summer field trip for one child.

Caring Days Adult Day Care

Day care for adults with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other forms of dementia

$10 can cover the cost of snacks for one day.

Child Abuse Prevention Services of Tuscaloosa

Provides education for children, parents and the community-at-large to prevent child abuse and neglect.

$10 can buy crib sheets for parents in the Nurturing Baby/ Safe Sleep program.

Easter Seals West Alabama

Provides assistance to children and adults with physical disabilities

$10 can buy books for children ages 2-5 in the Parents as Teachers program.

Family Counseling Services

Counseling for individu- als and families

$10 could provide a therapeutic toy for use in play therapy with troubled children.


Programs and services for senior citizens

$10 would buy two round trips for medical and shopping purposes for a senior in need.

Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama

Educational and recreational programs for girls

$10 will purchase a Girl Scout membership and world association pin.

Good Samaritan Clinic

Provides primary health care to the uninsured with incomes at or below federal poverty guidelines

$10 can buy a 90-day supply of medications for patients.

Hospice of West Alabama

Professional health care support for the terminally ill either inpatient or at home care

$10 would purchase various steroid medications, some pain medication, stomach reflux medications and some antihistamine medications.

Phoenix House

Halfway house for drug and alcohol dependent men and women

$10 could purchase a client’s personal-hygiene products, such as shampoo, conditioner and deodorant.

Salvation Army

Emergency food and lodging for those without shelter

$10 could provide a meal for a family of five.

The Sickle Cell Disease Association of America - West Alabama Chapter

Improves health status of families affected by sickle cell disease and other abnormal
hemoglobin disorders while increasing awareness and aiding in the search for a cure

$10 can provide a two month supply of antibiotics to an infant that has Sickle Cell Disease.

Temporary Emergency Services

Help to those in need, including food, clothing & emergency medicine

$10 could buy personal hygiene items such as female items, soap, toothpaste and toothbrushes.

Turning Point

Safe shelter and counseling for abuse victims and their children

$10 could provide for a “personal kit” that is given to clients upon their arrival in the shelter.

Tuscaloosa's One Place

Providing support services to families and helps develop skills and resources to improve the family’s quality of life

$10 could buy school supplies for children in the after-school program.

United Cerebral Palsy of West Alabama

Provides services to persons with special abilities

$10 could buy arts and craft supplies.

Five Horizons Health Services

HIV/AIDS education and prevention services and programs

$10 could purchase non-perishable food items for Five Horizon’s food bank.

YMCA of Tuscaloosa County

Youth, adult, and family athletics; community education and clubs

$10 could provide basic school supplies for one child for a nine week grading period.