Positive Impact Through Alliances

Generating alliances with like-minded companies is a great tool to spread strategies that seek positive impact, that is what SDG #17 is all about.

Joining forces with our neighbors is an important step in this goal, especially given the record global population we now face, in contrast to the limited natural resources available. It is the responsibility of those in better positions to help those in need.

We wish to introduce you to our partners, and hope that like us, you join them to be part of the change!

The Caring Place began providing srevices to citizens in South Florida a 100 years ago. We support this organizations because of their commitment to assist our local communities.

“Our Miami-Dade and Broward Centers serve over 1,300 men, women, and children each day. There are approximately 800 people enrolled in our residential life-changing programs. At the heart of these decades of serving those in the greatest need are our core values.”

Find out more about them, and join the army of citizens who care. You can help in many ways:

  • Donations

  • Volunteering

  • Food drives

  • Personal amenities drives and more

Contact them at the following addresses:

Miami Admin

3553 NW 50th Street

Miami, Fl 33142


Miami Centers

2020 NW 1st Ave.

Miami, Fl 33127


Broward Centers

2056 Scott Street

Hollywood, Fl 33020


Bargain Barn Thrift Store

8700 NW 7 Ave.

Miami, Fl 33150


Clean, Safe, and Reliable Water

In their own words: "The Water Project is a charity that provides access to clean, safe and reliable water and sanitation solutions across sub-Saharan Africa, one village at a time..."

The Water Project has initiatives assisting 3 countries in Africa: Kenya, Sierra Leone, and Uganda.

This year we have decided to back up the Laminaya Community, Sierra Leone, assisting 151 people to get a Borehole Well & Hand Pump.

In this community the well dries for several months out of the year, affecting the community in several ways:

  • Health hazards (stomach cramping, diarrhea, typhoid, and parasitic infection).

  • Prevention from earning a proper income.

  • The danger of the hand-dug well collapsing over community members.

You may contact The Water Project for donations to the Laminaya Community in the link on our Home Page. Please remember to include the project name.

Fathers M.I.A.

Working towards strengthening one of the most important relationships in people's lives, Fathers M.I.A. has an amazing Vision: "to turn the hearts of the Fathers back towards their children, and the hearts of the children back towards their fathers".

They work tirelessly in their Mission: "to change the world. As we strengthen fathers, we strengthen families, thereby adding strength to society, which will ultimately change the world".

Through the King Solomon Award Scholarship, FORT has provided graduating high school students with financial assistance to further their educational ambitions.

Building Stronger Communities Together

This Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) is a change maker locally and Internationally. With its rich history and almost 100 years of service, they have developed a network of interested parties to increase resources, and advocate for policies that improve the quality of life for all.

From direct contributions in 2010 towards the Haiti Earthquake and again after tragedy struck this Caribbean Island in July 2021, we believe having them as a strategic partner for international assistance guarantees that our financial support is handled in the most responsible way to reach as many people as possible.

Their mission is "Improving quality of life for all by bringing together people and resources committed to building a better community" and we believe we can help to make it come true.



King Solomon Award

Alliances that Impact +

FORT International

PO Box 172853

Miami FL, 33015

Tel: 305-5589599

Fax: 305-5589596


"Business with Purpose

The Fort Difference"