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Congratulations to all participating charities in the 2015 Great Charity Challenge presented by Fidelity Investments®!

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Instructing and compelling through biblical scriptures those attending these bimonthly teachings to live a purpose driven life of destiny, legacy and responsibility to others. Visit to learn more.


Youth Employment Program:
Assisting young adults financially while using real life employment to teach work ethic, responsibility, team work, leadership skills and relationship development.

College Reimbursement Program:
Giving college financial assistance to those participating in the Youth Employment Program at The Center for Bone and Joint Surgery. Those concurrently attending college classes and working at The Center for Bone and Joint Surgery can receive full tuition and book reimbursement for the achievement of A or B level semester grades

College Assistance Program:
Assisting students who have earned college acceptance but lack the full financial backing to attend. We work with the individual institution, student’s parents, local foundations and personal relationships to complete the financial package and meet the monetary requirements necessary for the deserving student to attend college.

Joining the Giving It Back To Kids organization, we helped supply a means of mobility to those in Vietnam. GIBTK provides transportation to distribution points, wheelchair assembly, wheelchair storage, and wheelchair distribute. Over 70,000 wheelchairs have been distributed so far.

Breaking the Chains supports the ongoing training of surgeons at the Handa Trauma Hospital in Cambodia.


Breaking the Chains supports the ongoing training of surgeons at the Da nang Orthopaedic Hospital in Vietnam and provides the hospital with additional medical equipment.


Breaking the Chains finished building a bible school in conjunction with Cambodia’s Legacy of Hope International pastored by Sam Ranguinan. The school also teaches English and computer skills to 1200 students a day.


Breaking the Chains funded 6 months of trauma and extended medical care in Haiti. This included 60-75 daily clinical visits and 1750 specialty clinic visits every other week.

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