About Our Charity

Helping Feet is a 501 c3 nonprofit association that focuses on the following areas:

1. Development of Affordable Housing

Helping Feet helps to fund a wide range of activities including building, buying, and/or rehabilitating affordable housing for rent or homeownership or providing aide. Helping Feet focuses on the construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, and preservation of affordable rental and ownership housing, homeless shelters, and transitional housing.

 
Affordable housing is housing which is deemed affordable to those with a median household income or below as rated by the national government or a local government by a recognized housing affordability index. Housing choice is a response to an extremely complex set of economic, social, and psychological impulses.

2. Conservation of Land

Helping Feet supports land conservation in protecting natural land in some areas and returning some types of developed land to its natural state.
Examples of land conservation that Helping Feet supports are programs to:

     a. Try to preserve wetlands.
     b. To save old buildings.
     c. Give protection to animals and plant species or special areas of land or water.
     d. Restoration. To restore unsightly countryside (e.g. waste tips and slag heaps etc.)
     e. Rewilding.

3. Protection of Endangered Wildlife Animals and Species

Helping Feet is a nonprofit organization that focuses on Protecting Endangered African Wildlife Animals. Africa is home to many endangered or threatened species that include; Western African Giraffes, Mountain Gorillas, Bonobos, Grevy’s Zebras, White Rhinos, Lions and Elephants. Most of these beautiful endangered wildlife have been hunted into extinction for their different body parts.
 
For example, the situation with the lion population in West Africa is particularly dire. Several studies have indicated that fewer than 500 lions now remain in West Africa. As for the elephants they fare even worst in some areas. In Sudan, only about 5,000 elephants are left, down from around 130,000 in 1986, according to the United States-based Wildlife Conservation Society. This is due to rampant poaching and the illicit trade in ivory.
Black market trade in wildlife and wildlife products is worth an estimated $10 billion per year, according to the Coalition Against Wildlife Trafficking, a group of government and wildlife organizations.

These special and important animals and wildlife deserve to live and procreate just like we humans. That’s why we at Helping Feet are doing everything we can to help. But we can’t do it without your help.
Our activities are funded through public donations and contributions and we appreciate any donations in cash, credit or any kind that support the activities of the organization.

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Helping Feet is a nonprofit public benefit corporation, incorporated as a 501c3
This means that your contributions are tax deductible.
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