Advocate Christ Medical Center: The award was created to recognize the stellar work that’s been done outside of the hospital environment with the clinicians who practice here. | Image courtesy: advocatehealth.com
Cindy Trimm Ministries International: "We believe that every individual has been given all they need to fulfill their purpose in the form of unrealized potential. We maximize potential by activating a person’s individual gifts and abilities through our Kingdom-based empowerment strategies." | Image courtesy: cindytrimmministries.org
U.S. Virgin Islands: The humanitarian mission provided the islands with an FAA mobile air traffic control tower with an instrument landing system and FAA air traffic controllers. Additionally, the mission delivered 13,000 pounds of food and water.
“This mission is providing humanitarian support to areas in the Virgin Islands affected by multiple hurricanes,” said U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Mark Darnell, 14th AS loadmaster. “Missions like this one are what I signed up for. Its an incredible feeling to bring relief to people in need.”
Child United: Since its inception in 2007, they have helped thousands in poverty and disasters. Most importantly, they continue to provide children with hope for a better future. | Image courtesy: childunited.org
World Vision works in some of the most remote areas in the world to provide clean water and help lift people out of poverty. | I(mage courtesy: worldvision.org
When children have access to clean water, they get to go to school, they get to spend time with their families, they get to live their lives without the fear of getting sick from something they have to drink to survive. They get the opportunities life has to offer that they have never been able to take advantage of before.
Hundreds of children die everyday from diarrhea caused by contaminated water, poor sanitation, and improper hygiene. But World Vision believes the global water and sanitation crisis can be solved within our lifetimes.
Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts: Jeff Nene with Convoy of Hope joined Cash and Summer from the KTTS Morning Show to talk about the Springfield-based charity's efforts in helping those affected by Hurricane Harvey and what you can do to contribute! The storm left massive devastation in the Texas region and has already been associated with the loss of 7 lives.
As a faith-based, nonprofit organization Convoy of Hope has helped more than 80 million people throughout the world by sharing food, water, emergency supplies, agricultural know-how, and opportunities that empower people to live independent lives, free from poverty, disease and hunger.
Christian Relief Fund: They are most known for sponsoring children and drilling water wells. And that’s what they do. But it’s also important to know that they do everything they can to help children to grow up knowing Jesus. | Image courtesy: childrenrelieffund.org
For 50 families in rural Rwandan villages, the gift of a cow felt like a miracle. They are able to sell half of the cow’s milk in the market, while still having plenty to drink at home. | Image courtesy: Compassion International