Philanthropy: To the Rescue!

Aspire to make the world a better place.

Look, up in the sky! Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it’s!

Our organization wholeheartedly believes in the principles of humanitarianism. By providing financial donations, resources and hands-on assistance to other super organizations. We aim to create positive and sustainable change for people, animals and the environment.

We Donate and Volunteer.

Every year we grant 10% of our revenue to charitable causes that improve millions of lives in the US and worldwide. Our staff members, interns, and our very own CEO & founder Super Julie Braun work diligently from the office headquarters and across the country to provide endless resources, raise social awareness and lend a physical hand to others in need.

Our combined donations and volunteer efforts have helped create promising solutions to pressing global matters that affect us all.

We Support Businesses.

In addition to granting 10% of our revenue in donations and committing our time and energy to volunteer work, we also provide for-purpose organizations access to our systems and processes at, such as:

  • Interns with fresh new concepts for their vision
  • The construction and maintenance of an online office
  • A year of unlimited HR
  • Virtual assistance anywhere

But … Why?

We establish philanthropic pledges and work tirelessly to fulfill them, simply because we believe it is our responsibility as global citizens to give back any way we can. Speaking from firsthand experience, we can say that there’s nothing quite as meaningful in life as the joy that comes from giving.

Whether it be an entrepreneur looking to grow their business, an abandoned animal seeking a forever home, or a damaged community in need of humanitarian relief, we are committed to making a difference.

Who Do Our Donations and Volunteer Efforts Support?

The thunder rolls, the lighting strikes, and another disadvantaged community is forgotten about. Have no fear fellow citizens.
Help is on the way! Our donations support extraordinary for-purpose organizations such as:

  • Thorn: tech innovation to fight child sexual exploitation
  • YouthCare: programs and services for runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth
  • Treehouse: a bright childhood and future for foster kids
  • Planned Parenthood: information and resources to assist with sexual and reproductive health
  • American Red Cross: emergency assistance, disaster relief, and education
  • World Wildlife Fund: the leading organization in wildlife conservation and endangered species
  • Beloved Streets of America: restoration and revitalization of streets named after civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Habitat for Humanity: decent, affordable housing for people in need

The changes we strive to accomplish wouldn’t be possible without the help of the Super Organizations we work with. Together, with our contributions and their dedication, we are an unstoppable force!

Our Team Participation.

“The organization has had a huge impact in my life. Within the last year, I’ve picketed for farm worker rights, as well as attended a trans-misogyny counter-protest. Spending my time making an impact through my allyship and volunteering is a passionate responsibility of mine. I continually make lasting connections with people through volunteering. I hope the spirit of community involvement and investment that I pursue transcends my own experience and makes a bigger picture impact.”

McKenzie Wilson, Web Copywriter
Radical Women of Seattle

“I volunteered at Santa’s Castle to give toys to children whose parents couldn’t afford to purchase toys. This was my first year, but I plan to volunteer again this year!”

Jayme Severance, Intern-et Marketer
Remineralize the Earth

“The movement began to show support for Muslim women who were being targeted with racial and religious attacks. The idea was to wear the hijab to experience the kind of prejudice Muslim women go through on a day-to-day basis. For the campus project, we were asked to wear it for a day. I was happy to participate, as even on campus, there is such a negative view of Islam and the hijab itself, and I felt it was a nice way to show my support to the Muslim community on campus.”

Maida Cervania, Sr. Graphic Design Extraordinaire
Women in Solidarity with Hijabs

“Once people who are homeless move into a new place, they normally don’t have furniture, so it doesn’t really feel like a home at all. CARITAS stores furniture, bedding, and other household items in a warehouse where people who were once homeless can pick what they want. It was important to me because I wanted to help out in any way I could and gain a better understanding of what the experience was of people who are homeless.”

Moriah Briscoe, Blogger

“I gave blood to the Inland Northwest Blood Center a few weeks ago because the small cost of my time and blood is so much more to others who need it because there is always a need for blood and it can save people’s lives.”

Paul Manz, Graphic Design Extraordinaire
Northwest Blood Center

“Girls on the Run is an amazing organization whose mission is to empower young girls to embrace who they are…. it was one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever had! My job was to train the girls to run a 5K while building their confidence and teaching them how to love themselves and be good to each other.”

Shannon Lewis, Sr. Human Resources Coordinator
Girls on the Run

“For the past year and a half, I’ve been volunteering my time as a proofreader to help out the sustainable science nonprofit that’s trying to implement stonemeal and rock powder techniques as a viable alternative to harmful commercial fertilizers, which have a direct impact on Brazil’s waters in many ways, including eutrophication—the suffocation of marine life caused by the runoff from fertilizers that create a suffocating effect due to the runoff being too nutrient-dense.”

Jayme Severance, Internet Marketer
Remineralize the Earth