June 26, 2018:  The Plant Fund believes in equality for all, regardless of age, race, color, creed, ethnicity, country of origin, sexual orientation, or religion. We are proud to support @MPower Change!
June 22, 2018:   The Plant Fund supports  RAICES and #BreakBreadNotFamilies as they work to reunite children with their families.
March 20, 2018:   The Plant Fund has begun a long-term partnership with Burmese Learning Center in Kuraburi, Thailand -  students will  plant and harvest fresh fruits and vegetables for their families and their community!
March 3, 2018:   The Plant Fund is supporting the wonderful work of Ziggy and Friends Cat Rescue in Los Angeles, CA. 
February 12, 2018:   The Plant Fund is committed to empowering indigenous communities, and we are proud to support two dedicated Diné artists/educators, Dr. Shawna L. Begay and Charmaine Jackson, preserve the Navajo language! Learn more at Diné Bí Ná’ákid Time!
January 15, 2018 - Happy MLK Day!   To honor Dr. King's legacy, the Plant Fund is proud to sponsor the creation of a new theatrical work, Who is Sambo?, by the talented LA-based duo of Tené A. Carter and Erwin E. A. Thomas. Learn more here: Go Fund Me I Los Angeles, CA.mp4
January 14, 2018 - Happy New Year!   The Plant Fund supports Jennifer Petruska and Wine Country Animal Lovers as they reunite missing
cats with their owners following the devastating fires in California. We applaud the efforts of their dedicated staff and volunteers!
December 27, 2017:  The Plant Fund supports Black Cat Rescue, fulfilling our mission of improving the quality of all life worldwide.
Here at Plant Fund headquarters, we have our own posse of four rescued black cats!
December 7, 2017 - Happy Holidays to All!   The Plant Fund is still raising funds for our fellow Americans in Puerto Rico. In 2018, we will
be introducing scholarship opportunities and new animal welfare, environmental, artistic, and humanitarian programs.
October 5, 2017:   The Plant Fund is supporting Unidos Por Puerto Rico/United for Puerto Rico. Please help us by making a donation in any amount
to help our fellow Americans recover from the devastation of Hurricane Maria. All donations go directly to relief efforts.

August 29, 2017:   The Plant Fund supports Sisterhood Strong for Texas to help those in the Houston area who have been displaced by Hurricane Harvey.
August 11, 2017:  The Plant Fund is donating athletic hijabs to women and girls who want to play team sports while respecting their cultural heritage and religious beliefs. We are sponsoring a girls' sports team with Asiya, who will provide ten hijabs to female athletes!   www.asiyasport.com

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