Misty Miotto is heavily involved with The Heart Gallery of Orlando which hopes to find forever homes for many of Orlando's children that are in foster care or group homes. Many of these children have been available for adoption for many years and have suffered much loss in their lives. The Heart Gallery hopes to change some of their misfortune by partnering with several professional photographers in their area. The photographers take pictures of these children so they may be able to capture the children's true "essence" and hopefully aid them in finding a permanent home.
The Coalition is able to help nearly 600 people each day, including men, women and children. As one of the few emergency shelters that accept intact families in Central Florida, we see a large number of families in need of shelter and support. On any given night, the Coalition provides services to nearly 200 children, with an average age of six years old. Last year, the Coalition served nearly 300,000 meals.
Help-Portrait is a community of photographers who come together across the world to use their photography skills to give back to their local community. On or around December of every year, these photographers grab their cameras and find people in need and take their picture. When the prints are ready, the photographs get delivered!
Black Sheep Bride is a wedding inspiration site devoted to wedding products, planning and professionals that give back on a local and global level.
Compassion International exists as a Christian child advocacy ministry that releases children from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty and enables them to become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults.
Thirst Relief International was founded by my good friend Jim Davis. His vision and purpose has literally saved so many lives and I can honestly say he is one of the most amazing people I have ever met and I am honored to call him a friend. Please take a minute to read how Thirst Relief is saving lives every day in many countries all over the world and see how you can literally save a life with just a one time $5 donation.