Phoenix Hope International
Phoenix Hope International is a non profit organization that works in partnership with communities to build local capacity and strengthen families through beneficiary-driven solutions to local health, educational and economic needs. Phoenix Hope works with local leadership, community members, and other non profit organizations to bring comprehensive and sustainable development to the poorest regions of the world. Phoenix Hope operates primarily as a facilitator by providing technical guidance and access to knowledge, services, commodities, and financial resources in accordance with community needs.
Race Proceeds also benefiting:
Redlands Educational Partnership Foundation
The Redlands Educational Partnership Foundation was founded in 1987 with the following purposes: to generate community support to promote, recognize, and stimulate excellence in education; to enhance the education of students through enrichment programs; to stimulate an atmosphere of creativity and respect for teachers; and to encourage a supportive community and private-sector relationship with the schools. REP serves 24 Redlands Unified School District schools and approximately 22,000 students. The REP Foundation works in true partnership with the RUSD and since 1987 has contributed more than $1 million to RUSD schools.
YouthHope provides a warm and caring environment where homeless, runaway, and underserved youth can congregate and receive much needed love, hugs, and essential services. YouthHope provides hot, nutritious meals for the youth and access to a food pantry and clothing closet. When youth are ready, YouthHope case managers and volunteers walk them through our various program options and opportunities. Their ultimate mission is to be a support system for homeless and underserved youth so they may grow up to be healthy, successfuul adults that exit street life.
Inland Harvest was established in late 1990 to feed hungry people by transporting this surplus food donated by hospitals, restaurants, hotels, schools, bakeries, caterers, wholesalers and retailers to already established feeding programs in the Inland Empire. It is an unique organization without a physical site. Inland Harvest volunteers will pick up any amount of good nutritious food from businesses in the Inland Empire and take it directly to shelters and community food programs. Since 1990 Inland Harvest has transported more than 27 million pounds of good food to locations providing food for the hungry in the Inland Empire.