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Center For Advancement Of Girls And Women

The Center For Advancement Of Girls And Women program addresses the unique needs of communities at large and looks at the larger picture of self-sufficiency and becoming productive members of society.

The Center For Advancement Of Girls And Women relies on donations to provide a wide variety of free support programs and services in the community, which are greatly needed and valued by those facing mobility and transportation barriers.

Miami, FL
EIN 82-1083235
community
social services
human services

The Center For Advancement Of Girls And Women is dedicated to assisting children, women, low-income households, socio-economically disadvantaged youths, and special needs populations within the communities we serve all year round.

That is why the Center For Advancement Of Girls And Women created the Hygiene Pantry and the Mobile Hygiene Pantry programs to help end #DiaperNeed.

I) The Hygiene Pantry addresses the unique needs of poverty-stricken households and under-resourced communities at large.

II) The Mobile Hygiene Pantry program relies on donations to deliver free baby diapers and pull-ups via contactless delivery to under resource communities, which are greatly needed and valued by those facing mobility and transportation barriers

31%
Infants and toddlers with at least one parent who works full-time live in low-income families.
57%
Parents experiencing diaper need who rely on child care said they missed an average of four days of school or work because they didn't have adequate diapers.
1 in 3
Moms report suffering from Diaper Need. What is Diaper Need? Diaper Need is the lack of sufficient supply of baby diapers to keep an infant or toddler clean, dry, and healthy.
$20
Directly provides 2 households with one month of baby diapers and pull-ups delivered to the doorstep of households facing mobility and transportation barriers.
$50
Directly provides 6 households with one month of baby diapers and pull-ups delivered to the doorstep of households facing mobility and transportation barriers.
$100
Directly provides 12 households with one month of baby diapers and pull-ups delivered to the doorstep of households facing mobility and transportation barriers.

Programs

Community Diapers Distribution

Community Outreach Distribution Program

Mobile Hygiene Pantry

Contactless Home Delivery Program

Volunteering + Events

Employee Giving Programs (Workplace Giving)

There are different types of

1st) Employee Donation Matching: is when a business or company (monetary) matches donations from the employee to the Hygiene Pantry and/or the "Mobile Hygiene Pantry".

This means that if an employee donates or raises $100 for us, your employer *will match your donation with $100 of company funds.

2nd) Payroll Deduction Program: this is a type of Workplace Giving Program. Through Payroll Deduction Program, employees can donate money or automatically have a portion of their paycheck deducted to benefit the Hygiene Pantry and/or the Mobile Hygiene Pantry.

Employee Volunteerism Programs (Workplace Volunteer Program)

Sometimes called 'Workplace Volunteer Programs" or "Employer Supported Volunteer Programs", are typically one component of a company’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Program, typically called "Dollars for Doers, or Community Engagement Program" that addresses the company’s involvement with Hygiene Pantry and/or the Mobile Hygiene Pantry or in communities.

When the employer has a (CSR), a Paid Volunteer Time Off (VTO) Program, or Community Engagement Program, Employees are given the opportunity to give their time to the Hygiene Pantry and/or the Mobile Hygiene Pantry's Programs.

There is no financial reward, however, for the time that employees spend volunteering with the Hygiene Pantry and/or the Mobile Hygiene Pantry the employer compensated the employee for their volunteer work - through paid leave or a rewards program.