Vision and Mission
The Andrew Brugal Baldwin Memorial Foundation's main focus is on providing high-quality emotional, cognitive, physical, psychological, and financial, assistance to single moms with terminally ill children.
Donor trust and satisfaction
We will do everything we can to exceedingly and abundantly meet your expectations. With a variety of offerings to choose from, we're sure you'll be happy working with us, volunteering and making dreams a reality for so many mothers in distress due to their children's illness.
Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic
We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There's much more to come!
- Sun, May 09Miami BeachMay 09, 12:00 PMMiami Beach, Miami Beach, FL, USAThe ABBM Foundation is teaming up with Bronx Bistro 305 to cater a heartwarming Mother's Day Brunch for the homeless in alignment with our vision. We want to make this day a super special one, and treat the homeless women and their children to a fabulous afternoon of fun, games and gifts.
“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope”
FOOD DONATION DROP-OFF
Reinforcing our Commitment
With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Food Donation Drop-Off is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. Contact us to learn more about our commitment to this cause.
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At The Andrew Brugal Baldwin Memorial Foundation, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing this issue. Health Clinic is by no means an easy feat, but through cooperation and community empowerment we believe we can facilitate progress in this area. We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend your support.
Helping The Community
Unfortunately, homelessness isn’t just to have a roof over your head. Unsheltered individuals live without the means to acquire the basic human comforts of warmth, health, safety, and cleanliness. The ABBMFOUNDATION usually tries to educate them and gather donations of the less-obvious things that many homeless report as essential.
Living on the street, many unsheltered people rarely take their shoes off. They walk often and don’t always have laundry facilities at close reach.
Personal hygiene items
Hygiene is one of the major barriers for unsheltered people’s ability to connect with others, including potential employers. The ABBMFOUNDATION is always grateful for donations of shampoo, soap, shaving supplies, tampons, and feminine pads. Specially Travel-size products are recommended to allow individuals to carry these supplies in their own bags, as well.
Handing a person money might help them down the road, but handing them something to eat, even something small, can help them right now. Besides, not every restaurant or business serves or welcomes unsheltered people, so bringing food directly to them can avert that obstacle altogether. Consider regular contributions or volunteerism as well.
For many individuals experiencing homelessness, pets are literal life-savers. The sense of stability, companionship, and connection that dogs and other animals provide to their unsheltered owners simply can’t be overstated. Pet food donations, are always welcome!
Gift cards and transportation passes.
Prepaid debit cards or gift certificates can empower unsheltered individuals in many ways.
When you’re at the mercy of the elements, even a light rain can create severe discomfort or even damage personal valuables. From umbrellas to boots to tarps, are welcome!
People experiencing homelessness are just that: people. They have the same need for interaction entertainment as anyone else. In polls and memoirs, people who have experienced homelessness say that small acts and minor gifts, whether brief conversations or books, can be intensely meaningful for anyone who feels pushed to the margins.
We take this Outreach very seriously. It is coordinated among various providers engaged in ending homelessness and across different entities such as Federal, State, local government, and other non-profits. Utilizing multiple funding sources to conduct this outreach. Our efforts are also coordinated with the broader network of programs, services, or staff who are likely to encounter individuals experiencing unsheltered homelessness, but whose regular focus is broader than homelessness. This might include law enforcement and other first responders, hospitals, health and behavioral healthcare providers, child welfare agencies, homeless education liaisons, workforce systems, faith-based organizations, and other community-based services.