The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation uses baseball and softball themed programs to help build character and teach critical life lessons to disadvantaged youth residing in America’s most distressed communities. Founded in 2001 by members of the Ripken family in memory of their patriarch Cal Sr., the Foundation works to create programs that positively impact disadvantaged youth through active community partnerships with America’s most successful youth service organizations.
IN THE COMMUNITY
Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation
So Others Might Eat is the only interfaith, community-based organization in the District of Columbia that offers a comprehensive, holistic approach to caring for the homeless and extremely poor citizens of the city. SOME has been serving the homeless and hungry in Washington, D.C. for 40 years. SOME provides more than 1,000 meals each day and offers comprehensive services that include medical care, job training, affordable housing and programs for the elderly.
Caffes Steele is very involved in the community and supports several 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.
S.O.M.E. (So Others May Eat)
MIWD Charitable Foundation
The MIWD Charitable Foundation is a non-profit orginzation established in 2015 responsible for the betterment of the communities in which MIWD manufactures and for the advancement of several national level human-interest charities.
MIWD Charitiable Foundation National Benefactors include:
-The Four Diamonds Fund
-St. Judes Children's Research Hospital
-Home For Our Troops
Building Bridges Across the River is the nonprofit organization that built and now runs THEARC. The mission of Building Bridges Across the River is to improve the quality of life for children and adults who reside east of the Anacostia River by providing leadership, management and financial oversight at the Town Hall Education Arts Recreation Campus (THEARC). Through a collaboration of partner organizations, THEARC provides access to high quality educational, health, cultural, recreation, and social service programs.