-

Discoveries International Charities

Doctors Without Borders

Feed My Starving Children

The Zambia Project

Doctors Without Borders is an international organization, founded in 1971, comprised of doctors and other healthcare industry professionals. Their mission is to  provide impartial medical relief to the victims of war, disease, and natural or man-made disaster, without regard to race, religion, or political affiliation. Today, they have twenty-four international offices, including one in the United States. To learn more about this organization, please reference their information below.


Feed My Starving Children is a Christian non-profit organization that works to provide meals for children in need all over the world. Their mission is to feed God’s starving children in hunger and spirit. Charitable donations made help to fund the meal ingredients and volunteers hand pack the meals. Currently, they have three permanent locations in Minnesota, Arizona, and Illinois. To learn more about this organization, please reference their information below.
Founded in 1963, by Brother John Bond, the Zambia Project’s mission is to provide hope through education for Zambia's most vulnerable children. We donate to St. Norbert’s Zambia Project Group to help them reach their fundraising goal. This supports Zambia’s Open Community Schools (ZOCS), which provides a basic education to children who would not otherwise have an opportunity to go to school. To learn more about this organization, please reference their information below.