Giving Back to Our Community
As of Sept. 12th, 2019 We’ve Donated $29,042.63
Why Do We Donate?
“In everything I showed you that by working hard in this manner you must help the weak and remember the words of Lord Jesus, that He Himself said, ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.’” Acts 20:35
FL Cash Home Buyers, LLC is more than just a Real Estate Investment company. We understand that life is much more than making money and working hard. For us, it’s about being of service and giving to others and that’s why one of our passions is contributing to the community and giving to something larger than ourselves.
At the end of each quarter, we donate 1% of the Gross Profit for each deal we closed to a non-profit organization that our whole company votes for. We are constantly looking for ways to help and support different charities. If you have a charity that you are passionate about, please let us know and we will consider donating to it. We also try to do a company volunteering event once a quarter, where we as a company dedicate our day to help at different charitable organizations.
It brings us a lot of joy and fulfillment that our contributions are making a positive and meaningful impact in our world. Our employees enjoy taking part in the decision to which organization we will donate at the end of every quarter. We feel blessed and honored with the opportunity and means to be charitable and help make our communities and world a better place!
Below are some of the organizations we’ve donated to and pictures from our company volunteering events.
SOS Children’s Villages – Florida
SOS Children’s Villages – Florida is a foster care neighborhood in Coconut Creek. Our tree-lined street has twelve houses, which are home to up to seventy-five boys and girls.SOS Children’s Villages – Florida relies upon the generosity of our friends and neighbors to help us fulfill our promise of healing, hope and home to our boys and girls.
The LENN Foundation
The LENN Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit helping families who have children with cerebral palsy. We provide financial relief towards children’s unmet medical needs not covered by insurance. Our goal is to give them the quality of life they deserve.
World Central Kitchen
Wherever there is a fight so that hungry people may eat, we will be there. When disaster strikes, WCK’s Chef Relief Team steps out of the kitchen and on to the front lines to provide meals to those in need. We have responded to emergencies in Bahamas, Haiti, Peru, Houston, Puerto Rico, California, Hawaii, Indonesia, Guatemala, Mexico the Carolinas, Florida, Nebraska, Mozambique, Colombia, Venezuela and more.
Salvation Army Florida
Overseeing corps and area commands, The Salvation Army of Florida serves as a resource to the field. “Doing The Most Good.” In these four words, our mission – to feed, to clothe, to comfort, to care. To rebuild broken homes and broken lives. By walking with the addicted, we can lead them to recovery. In fighting hunger and poverty, we can feed and nurture the spirit.
SOS Children’s Villages – International
We work with children, families, communities and states to prevent family breakdown and ensure that every child’s right to family, protection, education and health care are fulfilled. If a child has lost parental care, or it is not in the child’s best interests to remain in their family, then we work with community and state partners to provide the child with loving and supported family-based care.
Free Wheelchair Mission
Free Wheelchair Mission is a humanitarian, faith-based, nonprofit organization that provides wheelchairs at no cost to people with disabilities living in developing nations. In collaboration with a network of like-minded partners, FWM has been providing wheelchairs to those in need around the world since 2001, providing dignity, independence and hope through the gift of mobility.
Haiti Children Projects
Haiti Children Project supports projects located at the Gebeau complex in Jeremie, Haiti. Jeremie is located approximately 125 miles from the capital of Port au Prince in the mountainous Grand Anse region of Haiti. While this may sound close, traveling from Port au Prince to Jeremie by car can take up to 12 hours due to poor road conditions. The trip can be made by small plane in a little under an hour.
FCHB Volunteering Events
Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Day:
Happy Farm Volunteer Day:
Dania Beach Patch Gardening Volunteer Day: