ITH Charities- Program Arm of ITH Staffing, Inc.
The mission of ITH Charities is to make a meaningful contribution toward the reduction of poverty through healthcare and information technology initiatives and solutions. ITH Charities seeks to promote sustainable health development primarily in Africa through active participation and engagement of all stakeholders. ITH Charities mission in this regard is to advocate for, and support governments, their partners and communities, to implement reforms required for the establishment of sustainable, viable and responsive health systems as the vehicle for the delivery of known interventions and new technologies to improve their health and development. IT Charities is focused on making people’s lives healthier and safer by making life-changing, long-term differences in human health by targeting the world’s major health-related issues. Our giving focuses on:
- Improving the lives of children and their families in some of the most impoverished regions.
- Building on the skills of people who serve community health needs, primarily through healthcare and technology education.
- Preventing diseases, providing access to clean water and sanitation, and facilitating micro-economic programs to enhance community development.
The Creative Life Foundation (TCLF) is based in the Inland Empire in San Bernardino County, California. TCLF was created to equip and empower youth to live a creative life. Our goal is to help youth identify the gifts and talents they were born with, so they can make career choices that will fulfil them!
We develop partnerships with other non-profit organizations to meet the needs of at-risk youth and foster youth.
Who We Help
FOSTER YOUTH – Foster youth between the ages of 15 and 21 are particularly vulnerable, as they transition into adulthood and age out of the foster care system. Typically, they have few supportive adults in their lives and limited access to college and career options.
AGING OUT FOSTER YOUTH – When children cannot return home to their families, child welfare systems must move quickly to find them alternative homes. As time goes by, the prospects for landing in safe, loving, permanent homes grow dimmer for foster youth. Many will simply “age out” of the system when they turn 18, without a family and without the skills to make it on their own.
TEENS WITH INCARCERATED PARENT(S) – Across the U.S. imprisoned population, more than 120,000 mothers and 1.1 million fathers have children 17 years old or younger, according to a 2010 Pew Charitable Trusts report. Over 11 percent of African American children have an incarcerated parent, compared to less than 2 percent of white children.