Butterfly Publication
Danielle Coulanges

Giving Back

Give a Hand - Plant a Seed - Each One Helps One 

The Aunts and Uncles Foundation

The Aunts & Uncles Foundation was founded as a non-profit organization in 2008 to foster cultural development and appreciation and promote goodwill toward the disadvantaged. The foundation partners with other not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organizations for its outreach initiatives.


We believe that those who are blessed with more should share with those less fortunate among us so that no one is without. This support can be in material form, but it should also reflect the desire to uplift one another's spirit whether it is with words of encouragement, sharing wisdom or giving someone your time to make them feel that they matter.

The "Aunts" and "Uncles" of the foundation endeavor to become a resource or guide for disadvantaged youth by helping them experience some of life's richness.

The Aunts and Uncles Foundation seeks to:

     - Foster cultural development among disadvantaged youth through 
       exposure to the arts and social recreational opportunities.

     - Promote goodwill toward sharing and helping the less fortunate by 
       serving as a liaison to connect those in need with available resources.


1) Foster cultural awareness and appreciation of the arts through
uplifting entertainment


    June 2013:          Sponsored two children to the magic show event through the Humble Noon Lions Club (Humble, TX) 

     December 2012:
Sponsored two children to an art event through the Humble Noon Lions Club. (Humble, TX)

     December 2011: Sponsored two children to an art event through the Humble Noon Lions Club (Humble, TX)

     December 2010: Sponsored a US Junior Dream Academy mentor/mentee holiday outing in Houston,Texas. 
                                The Academy pairs a young adult mentor with a disadvantaged child mentee.

    December 2008: Sponsored two children (ages 6 & 8) to the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular.
2) Support vacation or travel experiences for disadvantaged inner-city children 

    Summer 2013: Sponsored one child to summer camp through Angel Tree/Prison Fellowship 
                             and another  in the Houston area through Light of The World Christian Fellowship.

    Summer 2012: Sponsored one child to summer camp through 
Angel Tree/Prison Fellowship

    Summer 2011: Sponsored one child from the Houston area to summer camp through the
Light of the World Christian Fellowship. 

    Summer 2010:  Sponsored one child from the Greater Newark area to summer camp through 
The Fresh Air Fund.

Organizations supported

The Fresh Air Fund in New Jersey:
Big Brothers Big Sisters: www.bbbs.org
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Houston: www.gobighouston.org
Humble Area Assistance Ministries (HAAM):
Light of the World Christian Fellowship:

Missions in Haiti:
Partners in Health:
Doctors Without Borders:


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