ValeU Group supports the following charities and organizations devoted to providing a better life for others physically, emotionally, and most important of all, spiritually.
Damien House, Inc.
4407 N. Elston
Chicago, IL 60630
The Damien House is a private hospital in Guayaquil Ecuador established for the housing and treatment of patients afflicted with Hansen’s disease (leprosy). In the footsteps of St. Damien de Veuster, an American nun from Brooklyn NY, Sister Anne Credidio founded the Damien House over 30 years ago. She is a Mother Theresa-like figure who provides surgical procedures, permanent housing and a dignified existence to more than 60 year-round patients. In some cases, caught early enough, leprosy is CURED at this hospital. With no help from the Ecuadorian Government, The Damien House survives solely on donations.
Nassau Suffolk Services for Autism
Nassau Suffolk Services for Autism offers hope to people with autism and their families by providing high quality life-long support through services which enable people with autism to function better in everyday life. NSSA offers the most advanced treatment and training programs for the benefit of people with autism, and will continue to pioneer, through research, comprehensive treatment models which can be adopted nationally.
80 Hauppauge Rd
Commack, NY 11725
The Father's Heart
543-545 East 11th Street
New York, NY 10009
The Father’s Heart Ministries is a 501(c)(3) organization, incorporated in 1997 to fulfill our mission of helping people move from dependency to dignity and from poverty to prosperity. Needs are addressed through a variety of programs – Hunger Prevention – soup kitchen and food pantry where guests can access food stamps, free legal advice from Open Hands Legal Services and social service referrals – KidZone for children and their families, GED preparation, tutoring and ESL classes, men's transition program, and our job-training/mentoring program for teens, Alphabet Scoop. All of our programs are designed to fulfill our core values of unconditional love, acceptance, forgiveness and commitment to those we serve and to help them move forward in life.
Snooks to Africa
Brandon and Kate Snook have been called to serve in the nation of Togo. The Snooks have an extensive background in medicine as well as in Bible training; Togo is a nation that needs the Gospel. Brandon and Kate will be teaming up with the Association of Baptist for World Evangelism to help reach the people of Togo through one of the two Christian hospitals run by ABWE in Togo: Hospital of Hope in the North and Hospital Baptiste Biblique - HBB in the South. These hospitals function to help the suffering Togolese population’s physical needs. Moreover, they exist as a platform to reach lost souls for Christ, plant indigenous, local, Bible-believing churches, and train the Togolese in medicine and surgery.
Assemblies of God
1445 N. Boonville Ave.
Springfield, MO 65802-1894
The Assemblies of God was founded in 1914 in Hot Springs, Arkansas with 300 people at the founding convention. Today there are 13,004 churches in the U.S. with over 3 million members and adherents. There are more than 69 million Assemblies of God members worldwide, making the Assemblies of God the world’s largest Pentecostal denomination. The U.S. Assemblies of God national office is located at 1445 N. Boonville Avenue, Springfield, Missouri. It houses the denomination’s executive and administrative offices, service divisions and departments, and the Gospel Publishing House printing plant which ships over 6 tons of literature daily.
35-44 169TH Street
Flushing NY 11358
ValeU Group’s own Joe Franzetti and his father (Paul) have travelled the world photographing rare and exotic places in order to use the images to create an original art calendar of Paul’s oil paintings and Joe’s charcoal sketches. 100% of the profits from the sale of their artwork and calendars are donated to The Damien House – a leprosy treatment hospital in Guayaquil Ecuador. Joe’s older brother was a missionary at this very hospital a decade earlier. What was meant to be a brief stop-over visit to the hospital en-route to the Galapagos Islands transformed into a purposeful mission.
Inner City Handball Association
P.O. Box 531
Baldwin, NY 11510
ICHA provides creative, safe, inexpensive, fun activities that combine athletics and academics for young people from all communities of New York City and Long Island.
Help us to help these young people to help themselves, their families and their communities. ICHA gives young people an opportunity to grow, while having fun, providing an atmosphere of camaraderie and encouragement.
The United States Handball Association (USHA) is the National Governing Body for the sport of handball. The USHA is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation, dedicated to the growth and development of the sport for all age levels. The non-profit United States Handball Association is really all things to all its members since it is the only association of its kind for the sport, servicing men, women, and juniors from novice to the professional level.