Cupidette Club Inc. Charity Awards
1999 - Linens for Liberia, West Africa
2010 - Haiti Earthquake Relief fund for earthquake victims
2008 Charity Award
HALOS (Helping and Lending Outreach Support) Cupidette Mary Suzan National Charity Chairperson who presented a check to Kim Clifton a representative of HALOS Foundation (Helping and Lending Outreach Support).
2009 Charity Award
YMCA Joe Smith the executive director of the Chattanooga, TN branch of the YMCA joined the National Organization of Cupidettes Club, Inc. at Lake Winnie Park to accept the charity award and to enlighten Cupidettes with information about the community efforts sponsored by the local YMCA. The funds received helped send 10 Young Black men to a boxing camp in Costa Rica for one week.
2010 Charity Award
Kathy Cole is the director of New Journeys Transitional home located in Miami, FL. Their mission is to decrease the rate of homelessness for young woman by providing an immediate, safe, affordable and nurturing housing environment that promotes independence and self-sufficiency. We seek to empower and enhance the lives of young adults by offering a wide-range of support services. The funds received help to assist funding to the home.
2011 Charity Award
The 2011 charity award recipient is the Columbus, Ohio based organization of “A Girl and her Pearls” located at Wesley United Methodist Church. This organization was founded by Angela Williams who became a single mother at the age of 17. The creation of this program provides valuable strategies for building character and integrity by identifying the pearls of life and it teaches each girl how to protect and cultivate these pearls. This comprehensive, clear, and creative program helps each girl to appreciate that she is fearfully and wonderfully made, and to accept that being different is special and will aspire her to find her purpose in life while developing the lady inside. The program is designed to mentor to girls from 12 to 19 years of age. The award will assist with the registration for some of the young ladies of the church and community.
2013 Charity Award
The 2013 charity award recipient is the Higginson/Lewis Elementary School in Roxbury, MA. Joy Salesman-Oliver
2014 Charity Award
A safe nest: Serving Southern Nevada since 1977, Safe Nest is Nevada’s largest and most comprehensive charity devoted solely to domestic violence issues. Safe Nest’s programs are concentrated in four areas of service: shelter, counseling, advocacy and prevention. Our shelter homes are maintained in undisclosed locations for the safety of abuse victims and their children, and all services are provided with confidentiality as a high priority. Our goal is to assist families from crisis to healing, while empowering victims toward self-sufficiency in violence-free lives. Safe Nest provides services for victims, batterers and their children. Prevention programs focus on children, teens, and young adults.
Domestic violence takes multiple forms, including physical, sexual, emotional and verbal abuse, destruction of property, abuse of pets, social isolation and economic dependency. Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence regardless of age, gender, race, social status or sexual orientation.
2015 Charity Award
Presented to Project Viola: Teen Pregnancy/At Risk Program. Under St. Kitts Ministry of Community Development, Culture and Gender Affairs Department. Mrs. Etsu Bradshaw-Caines, is the contact person
2017 Charity Award
Founded in 1980, Jenesse Center is a nonprofit domestic violence intervention and
prevention organization with a resolute mission: to restore, and provide trauma
informed, culturally responsive, holistic, comprehensive services to survivors and
families impacted by domestic and sexual violence, and to advance prevention
modalities to sustain healthy and safe communities free of violence. Jenesse works
locally, nationally, and globally to shine a light on violence against women, girls,
men, and boys and advocates the basic human right for all people to have peace in
their homes and relationships. Jenesse’s culturally sensitive programs and services
not only transition families from crisis to self-sufficiency but transforms the lives of
its clients and the community at large by offering education, referrals and resources
that go beyond shelter.
2018 Charity Award
AT RMHC-MEMPHIS, WE SERVE THE FAMILIES THAT ARE BEING
TREATED AT ST. JUDE CHILDREN’S RESEARCH HOSPITAL. ALL PATIENTS AND FAMILIES SENT TO US BY ST. JUDE
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL ARE RECEIVED AND WELCOMED AS WE PROVIDE A HOME FOR THEM TO RECEIVE THE CARE THEY NEED WITH THE FAMILY THEY LOVE.
2019 Charity Award
Friends Reaching Friends Miami, FL
The mission and outreach organization of Holy Sacrament which focuses on outreach and mission is called
Friends Reaching Friends (FRF).
Since 1986, this non-profit organization and the Church
have been involved in community and humanitarian projects both locally and internationally.
2020 Charity Award
Better Love Yourself(Chicago)
FCAA Florida Christian Association of America(Miami)
2021 Charity Award
Project Dream Fridge(Chicago)
El Shalad Church(Decatur)
Wellness & Community Center Food Bank(Miami)
2022 Charity Award
After learning that the two Robb Elementary teams would not have access to their robotics equipment and tablets after the Uvalde school shooting. Chromebooks were purchased.