Helping Hands for Hope
Empowering a Chain Reaction of Community Involvement and Pride
Are YOU part of this humanitarian outreach?
VIDEO: The Cole Link Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit and serves as a link between donors and communities to assist people in need, with a particular emphasis on Native Americans. We work to inspire a chain reaction of community involvement and pride to stimulate vital resources to empower hope, advancement and cultural diversity for all people. We strive to inspire and enhance self-worth, achievement, dignity and ultimately, quality of life.
“First nonprofit I've seen who has all of the communities best interest. Really making a difference.”
~ Monica St Paul-Moses
LOVE LINKS US through giving. Imagine a world where dreams come true and helping each other is everyone’s top priority. The world’s problems are not going to go away by themselves. All of us need to get involved and solve them. Imagine how it would feel to have someone help you get off drugs, find a better job, teach you about better nutrition or provide you with assistance to write the screenplay of your dreams. This type of community support has the power to lift individuals and families out of hopelessness and into a lifetime of productive contribution.
Our donors are our lifeline to helping others. If you have a passion to help the underserved, donate today and we'll do all the hard work for you. Our dedicated team of healthcare workers, teachers and volunteers are working hard every day to make a difference in someone's life. Check out our website often to find out about upcoming programs and how you can help. We can't offer a helping hand without your support. All donations are tax-deductible and greatly appreciated. The families we help thank you for your generous gift.
Our health and wellness programs such as, Cooking with Class, Car Seats for Kids, Community Baby Shower, Senior's Prom and Wishful Wheels help those in need and empower hope. Our future plans to build the Cole Link Foundation Wellness Center, will bring needed health and wellness resources to many residents in Tarpon Springs and the surrounding area.
Our educational programs such as, House to Home Repair and Apprenticeship and School Garden Build serve individuals and organizations to help build environments in which education thrives and contributes to more vibrant and creative communities. As Nelson Mandela said, "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."
Our Arts programs such as, Brothers In Song and The Golden Linkettes Dancers help to build individual awareness and appreciation for the value of the arts and arts education. We help artists acquire skills that enhance their capacity for creative and professional success through access to advisors, consultants, business and financial planning and other career development opportunities.
Contact us to send us a message or find out more about fundraising events and volunteer opportunities. We look forward to hearing from you.