OUR MISSION, OUR GOAL. 

OUR MISSION

The World Wide Compassion Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable corporation.

The Foundation was formed to provide a unique and much needed support and educational resource for the community . 

OUR GOAL

is to offer dynamic and constantly updated programs. Although we will incorporate and gear all available resources to other charities that cover areas we do not, our primary focus is on the end recipient, the individual, You. 

Most of our programs are open-ended and available on a walk-in basis.

With everything seems to be Going UP,..our MEMBERSHIP DUES goes DOWN each each year.

FOR THE 1st CALENDAR YEAR the cost IS A VERY LOW $25.

The 2nd year the cost is $20

The 3rd year the cost is $15

The 4th year the cost is $10

The 5th year the cost is $5 a year with MORE benefits for you being added on! 

The Pillar Memberships 

are for those people who have a BIG HEART for the people who NEED our help and want to GO beyond a yearly membership! Of course the Pillar Member has more benefits.

The pillar membership is STRICTLY volunteer. You are NOT required to give toward it. What does that mean? It means the Pillar goes beyond their yearly membership dues, But help to generate more income to service and give out more.

It is a program designed to allow the foundation to do more for more people

PILLAR # 1. THE BRONZE PILLAR Member; The Pillar that's so important to the Foundation because they give the least in amount, but so MUCH of their substance! They CARE enough to help, even though they can only afford to give $5 to $10 month

PILLAR # 2: SILVER PILLAR Member, They are very important to the Foundation because a lot of them has PUSHED hard to move from Bronze to Silver because the see the need and want to simple do more! 

  • Silver Pillar Members give $11 to $15 a month
  • TIER II MISSION 

The World Wide Compassion Foundation.

 Tier II Mission is to work closely with humanitarian-minded pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to ensure life-saving or life-sustaining medications are made financially available to individuals who might not otherwise be able to purchase them

Pillar 3; The Gold Pillar Member Gives $16 to $20 a month!

TIER III MISSION

Because we realize that health issues often reach far beyond simply not having help for medicines, but the care of the family, the children, even not being able to have a home health aide. 

Or, while the person is going through the health challenge, the children need day care or transportation.

We don't just educate, we participate. 

PILLAR 4; The Platinum Member

THE FOUNDATION PILLAR MEMBER! BUT WORKING TOGETHER WITH ALL THE PILLARS WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER TO HELP MORE FAMILIES!

Gives $21 to $31.a month

THE PLATINUM SPONSORS ARE A GROUP OF ELITE PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES THAT CARE ABOUT THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITIES, BEGINNING HERE AT HOME THEN ABROAD.

THEY REALIZE THE EFFORT AND THE COST AS MOST OF OUR The World Wide Compassion Foundation MEMBERS DO, THE DIFFERENCE IS THIS GROUP HAS THE MEANS TO HELP ON A LARGE SCALE

TIER IIII MISSION

The Day of Compassion

We believe that the day of Compassion should be done in cities throughout all America . The Day of Compassion began in Columbus,Ohio in the Short North in 1994. Since that time, we have been doing this for the people in the communities. We started out just wanting to help heal the hurt of people being in prisons and those loosing loved ones because of violence. We wanted to have a time where somebody would know that there are pepole who care for them. 

Lots of time the event is held out in a public park, which can hold the masses of people. We have seen great things happen because of this. This day, "The Day of Compassion," helps bridge the gap of hope between the victims, homeless people, abused children, at-risk youth, and families and so many more to resources.

The Day of Compassion is recognized by:

The governor of the State of Ohio in 1997,

Attorney General in 1997,

Mayor Greg Lashutka 1997,

Columbus Call & Post 1998,

Ohio State Senate 1999,

Mayor Michael Coleman 1999,

City Counsel of Columbus, Ohio 2000,

Ohio State Representatives 2001,

The Columbus Dispatch, 2002. 

The Day of Compassion was present at Ground Zero in New York City. Different businesses in our community such as Rally Hamburgers, Columbus Works Inc., Center for New Directions, Directions for Youth, and Best Buy along with many other businesses and churches in the community. The list goes on.

We are looking for volunteers, corporate sponsors, and private donations

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