Donating your timeshare can benefit these important charities:



American Association for Lost Children

(724) 537-6970 (Patricia Moore)
539 Fred Rogers Dr.
LaTrobe, PA 15650

American Association for Lost Children, Inc. (AAFLC) is a Christian nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1987 that physically searches for and recovers missing children at no cost to the parents. AAFLC spends hours, days, weeks, and months conducting “hands-on” investigations while traveling in and outside the country performing surveillance and undercover work searching for missing children.

Since their beginning AAFLC has recovered and retrieved over 160 missing children from places like Germany, Lebanon, Korea, and many cities within the United States.

AAFLC Has Been Featured in/on:

  • Reader’s Digest (1990)
  • Women’s World Magazine (1991)
  • Life Magazine (1991)
  • Biography Magazine (1998)
  • 48 Hours
  • Inside Edition (Three Times)
  • A Current Affair
  • CNN’s Larry King Live
  • ABC Home Show with Gary Collins
  • Hard Copy
  • Various Radio, Television, News and Talk Shows Nationwide
  • Numerous Local and National Newspapers
  • Book: Unsung Heroes by Janet Carroll Richardson
  • Book: Thousands of Tears by Maria Nicholas

These innocent children, having been abducted, are the victims. No longer do they have a life or a childhood. They are made to hide and live in constant fear of being discovered. Frequently their names are changed and their identity is taken away from them. Many times they are told their mom or dad is dead or that they no longer want them. Still other children, found by AAFLC, have been sexually abused, some of whom are as young as two years old. Due to the nature of these cases, AAFLC usually requires that a felony warrant be issued against the abductor before getting involved. AAFLC operates strictly on donations.



Feed The Children

800-627-4556 x5117 (Glenna Smith)
PO Box 36
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73101-0036

Feed The Children is a Christian, international, nonprofit relief organization with headquarters in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, that delivers food, medicine, clothing and other necessities to individuals, children and families who lack these essentials due to famine, war, poverty, or natural disaster.

During our 30-year history, Feed The Children has grown into one of the world's largest private organizations dedicated to helping hungry and hurting people. Last year, Feed The Children shipped 133 million pounds of food and other essentials to children and families in all 50 states and in 34 foreign countries, supplementing more than 760,000 meals a day worldwide. Since our founding in 1979, Feed The Children has reached out to help children and families in 119 countries around the globe.


Teen Challenge

Teen Challenge Reno Adolescent Boys

(775)-770-4308 (Jered Rowe)
PO Box 1136
Sparks NV 89432

At the Reno Adolescent Boys’ Center we invite boys to discover who they are, what they are made of and what are they destined for. We teach and challenge them to know and live from their deep heart, understand what makes them come alive and discover the passions that God has instilled in them. We help them answer a boy’s most crucial questions:

« Who am I?
« What am I made of?
« What am I destined for?
« What does it mean to become a man?
« Have I got what it takes?

Teen Challenge NorWestCal Nevada is certified with Teen Challenge USA and is a licensed with the State of Nevada as a private home school. We are a 15-18 month residential adolescent boys program that helps with:

« substance abuse, addictions, gang behaviors
« anger, defiance, rebellion
« academic challenges, low motivation, depression
« manipulation, deceit
« no purpose or direction in life

Teen Challenge’s residential aspect creates a dynamic atmosphere that encompasses the boys in love when they need it the most. We surround them 24/7 with solid Christian people who have positive impacts on their lives. We labor to recognize the deeper spiritual roots of their behavior and focus on matters of the heart – not solely on their negative behavior.


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Teen Challenge