Three Square Food Bank

Established in 2007 to provide hunger relief, Three Square Food Bank offers wholesome, nutritious food to non-profit and faith-based organizations, schools and feeding sites that serve a wide range of Southern Nevadans. A national model project inspired by Founder Eric Hilton with a grant provided by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Three Square is a community collaborative partnership with businesses, non-profit agencies, food distributors, higher education institutions, the Clark County School District, governmental entities, the media and thousands of volunteers to efficiently and effectively serve hope to those in our community struggling with hunger.

Three Square currently provides more than 30 million pounds of food and grocery product – the equivalent of more than 25 million meals – per year to more than 600 Program Partners. Three Square is a member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest network of food banks. For additional information visit

For the latest news and events on Three Square you can go to their Facebook page and follow them on Instagram (@threesquarelv) and Twitter (@threesquarelv).

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity’s vision is simple: A world where everyone has a decent place to live. Since its founding in 1976 by Millard and Linda Fuller, Habitat for Humanity International has built and rehabilitated more than 350,000 homes with families in need, becoming a true world leader in addressing the issues of poverty housing. They bring people together to build homes, communities, and hope.

Habitat affiliates around the world follow the same basic model – volunteers work with future homeowners to build or renovate houses, which are then sold to partner families at no profit, with no interest charged on the mortgage. The money from the sale of each house goes into a revolving fund to support future building projects.

“Habitat has successfully removed the stigma of charity by substituting it with a sense of partnership. The people who will live in the homes work side by side with the volunteers, so they feel very much that they are on an equal level.” – Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter

You can learn more about Habitat by visiting, follow them @habitat_org, “like” them on Facebook, or find up your local chapter of Habitat for Humanity to get involved!

Community Food Bank of New Jersey

The Community Food Bank of New Jersey’s mission is to fight hunger and poverty in New Jersey by assisting those in need and seeking long-term solutions. It began when founder, President and CEO, Kathleen DiChiara began distributing groceries out of the trunk of her car in 1975 and began the food bank within months.

Now they distribute 40 million pounds of food per year to more than 1000 non-profit programs and are a member of the NJ Federation of Food Banks and of Feeding America, the nation’s largest network of food banks. Each year they and their partners feed more than 900,000 hungry people through emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, senior feeding programs, shelters, and after-school programs.

To learn more about the Community FoodBank of New Jersey you can visit their website at You can find them on Facebook and on Twitter (@CFBNJ).

Maximum Hope Foundation

The Maximum Hope Foundation is a non-profit organization created by three-time Emmy-winning actor Brad Garrett that offers practical aid to families with a child battling a life-limiting illness.

The inspiration for this foundation came shortly after Brad befriended a family whose young son was battling cancer. Tragically, the boy lost the battle and passed away at age eleven. This is when the mission became clear to Brad. The non-profit organizing would offer practical aid to families with a child battling a life-limiting illness.

For more information on the Maximum Hope Foundation, visit

Conine Clubhouse

Conine Clubhouse, named in honor of World Series champion Jeff Conine and his family, opened in May 1997 to serve as a “home away from home” for families of children receiving medical care at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. Families can stay free of charge (based on availability) in a comfortable and nurturing environment. Since opening, the Conine Clubhouse has housed many families from across the United States and other countries.

A physician, social worker or nurse must make guest referrals to Conine Clubhouse. We aim to keep our wait list as short as possible, to help give families in need a chance to stay at our beautiful facility.

The clubhouse is a nonprofit residence that obtains funding through the annual Conine All-Star Golf Classic, as well as through planned gifts and individual donations to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation. Please help maintain the Clubhouse and assist future guests by making a financial contribution. Gifts of any size are welcome and appreciated.

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family's ability to pay.

Vegas Golden Knights Foundation

The Golden Knights Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization that serves as the primary charitable link between the NHL's newest team and the Las Vegas community. The Vegas Golden Knights support Las Vegas non-profits that make a difference every day via direct grants and fundraising partnerships. These initiatives are funded through corporate sponsorships, ticket sales, signature events, in-game programs, and merchandise sales. As Las Vegas' first major professional sports team, the Vegas Golden Knights recognize and embrace our duty to strengthen and inspire our community.

Folded Flag Foundation

The Folded Flag Foundation mission is to provide educational scholarships and support grants to the spouses and children of the United States military and government personnel who died as a result of hostile action or in an accident related to U.S. combat operations. Scholarships and grants are available to qualifying spouses of fallen heroes and their children under the age of 26 to help provide a pathway to success by covering a wide range of living expense and educational needs, from kindergarten to college/trade school.