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  • Our Mission is to help improve the lives of people during homelessness.
  • 100% of your donation will go towards our mission.
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  • Taxpayer Identification Number: 45-3088713 501 (c)(3). All donations are tax deductible.
  • Acknowledgement Letter: Donors giving more than $250 dollars will receive  an acknowledgement letter. 
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Nearly 60,000 People Homeless LA

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  • Support Homeless Assistance for the poor.
  • According to homelessness counts between 2010 and 2017, the number of homeless people across Los Angeles County went from 38,700 to over 55,000 – an increase of 42%.  Many factors contributed to such large increases in homelessness, including Los Angeles County’s housing supply issues.  This is particularly significant given that over half of Los Angeles County residents are renters. More people are sleeping in their cars and in tents and other makeshift shelters. Tents are all across the city. Many suburban neighborhoods do not want shelters in their neighborhoods, they are concerned about their home values.

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  • An estimated 180,413 people in families — or 56,342 family households — were identified as homeless. Approximately 16,390  people in families were living on the street, in a car, or in another place not meant for human habitation. Between October 1, 2016, and September 30, 2017, an estimated 478,718 people in 150,630 family households used an emergency shelter or a transitional housing program. Donate!

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Veterans

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  • Each year, VA’s specialized homelessness programs provide health care to almost 150,000 homeless veterans and other services to more than 112,000 veterans. Additionally, more than 40,000 homeless veterans receive compensation or pension benefits each month. 
  • Some veterans have mental disabilities that leave them homeless. They will receive shelter to come out of the elements.
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Homeless Women

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  • Providing shelter to homeless women.
  • Some of the major factors of homelessness among American women include domestic, of which women are the overwhelming victims, poverty, lack of access to healthcare and family planning, and the role of women as the primary caregivers of children. These factors contribute to the income and housing implications and inequalities which ensue, divorce, decline of the welfare state, and the lack of affordable housing. Additionally, the poor mental and hygienic health of women is both a precursor and consequence of homelessness among the female population. Homeless families donate!

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Support Homeless Teens

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  • Help support homeless teenagers and save a life.
  • 57% of homeless kids spend at least one day every month without food.
  • In the United States, as many as 20,000 kids are forced into prostitution by human trafficking networks every year.
  • According to a study of youth in shelters, nearly 50% reported intense conflict or physical harm by a family member as a major contributing factor to their homelessness.
  • More than 25% of former foster children become homeless within two to four years of leaving the system.
  • 50% of adolescents aging out of foster care and juvenile justice systems will be homeless within six months because they are unprepared to live independently and have limited education and no social support.
  • Almost 40% of the homeless in the United States are under 18. Homeless Families Donate

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Father, Daughter Dies In The Rio Grande

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  • As for the photo, El Salvadoran father Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez was reportedly frustrated because he was unable to present his family to U.S. authorities and request asylum — so he decided to take his daughter, Valeria, and make the dangerous swim across the river.
  • The two made it across initially, but when Martinez set Valeria on the bank and started to swim back to help his wife, she followed him into the river and the current ultimately swept them both away, according to La Jornada. 
  • This month 40,000 migrant children will be taken into custody, we will supply food, water, hygiene, medicine and shelter to keep families together. Books to help educate and medicines to help save the lives of children and their families. There are 13,000 migrant children being held in detention centers across the country. A 16 year old girl she fled Honduras, traveling alone through Guatemala and Mexico and train-hopping her way to the US-Mexico border, her decision to flee was she had been sexually assaulted since age 7. Your support could help save a young child.   

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Disclaimer/ Tax Information

  • Disclaimer: There is no guarantee, specific result and results may vary. 
  • Taxpayer Identification Number: 45-3088713 501 (c)(3) All donations are tax deductible.

End Homelessness For Veterans

Saving our veterans! Homeless Families Donate!

End Homelessness In America

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Disclaimer/ Tax Info.

  • Disclaimer: There is no guarantee, specific result and results may vary. 
  • Taxpayer Identification Number: 45-3088713 501 (c)(3) All donations are tax deductible.
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Homeless Services

Shelter

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  • We provide shelter to those in need. Individuals may provide information about their ability to find shelter and we will provide the nearest affordable shelter. We will book the avaiable room at a hotel, motel or leased facility, at no charge to individuals experiencing homelessness. Homeless Families Donate!

Food

Food for the homeless donate!

  •  We will provide cash donations for food through PayPal or other pay services. No charge to the recipient. Homeless families donate!   

Hygiene Supplies

Hygiene supplies for the homeless donate!

  • We will pay for gift cards from Walmart to buy hygiene supplies. Individuals will receive a code to activate the card, through their email. Once they receive the code they can pick up the card from Walmart. No charge to the recipient. Support homeless families donate!!

Clothes

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  • We will pay for gift cards from Walmart to buy clothes. Individuals will receive a code to activate the card, through their email. Once they receive the code they can pick up the card from Walmart . No charge to the recipient. Homeless Families Donate!

Disclaimer

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  • There is no guarantee, specific result and results may vary. Homeless Families Donate!


Tax Exempt 501 (c)(3)

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  • We want to thank all Donors for their generosity; We cannot accomplish our mission to help homeless families without you. Donate!
  • All donations are tax exempt. Our charity Tax Identification Number 45-3088713

Charitable Contributions Information

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Learn how to get the biggest  tax savings when making charitable contributions of cash, checks or credit card, when donating to homeless families, women. veterans, teen and men. Donate!

IRS Approved 501(c)(3)

Opulent Philanthropy Inc. 12223 Briar Forest Dr., Houston TX, 77077 has been IRS approved. Therefore, your donation is deductible. You may go to IRS Exempt Organizations select check. This site allows you to enter the name and location of an organization and find out instantly if it qualifies. Our services assist homeless families, veterans, women, men, and teens. Donate! 

Validating Your Donation

When making a donation on our site your credit card card statement with our name and amount you donated is valid to receive your full deduction from the IRS. 

As with all itemized deductions, timing is everything. You can take the deduction for your contribution in the year that you make it. For example, if you donate to Opulent on, or before December 31, you can write it off on that year's tax return. If you charge the donation on your credit card, the write-off is claimed in the year the charge is made, even if you don't pay the credit card bill until the following year. Homeless families!

Donations Have Limits

There is a limit on how much you can deduct. IRS rule is your contribution to public charities, colleges and religious groups can't exceed 50 percent of your Adjusted Gross Income (AIG).  Homeless Families Donate! 

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Headquarters: Opulent Philanthropy Inc.


12223 Briar Forest Dr., Houston, TX 77077


Phone: 832-769-8723


We assist homeless families, women, veterans, teens, and men. Donate!

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