Our Charities


Jack Kagan was orphaned at birth, and acutely aware of the immense impact this had on his life. He sought out and supported children in similar situations, and extended this support to children who were disadvantaged in other ways. There are approximately 400,000 children currently in the foster care system in the United States. Our Foundation supports a variety of children’s aid organizations and youth charities, many of which help children in foster care and/or facilitate the adoption process. We believe that all disadvantaged children deserve compassion, love, and support, and that ‘all children’ includes those of any race, religion, nationality, or socio-economic status.

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“Thank you so much for your continued support of our Las Campanas Compadres program. On behalf of our riders, volunteers AND our therapy horses please know how very much we all appreciate you! Thank you!” -Las Campanas Compadres

New Mexico Children’s Foundation

The New Mexico Children’s Foundation is a visionary, grassroots organization that funds small non-profit children’s organizations throughout New Mexico. They support a variety of efforts, from start-ups with a strong mission to those that are  growing. Many have special needs programs, and the spectrum represents all shapes, sizes and ethnicities. The New Mexico Children’s Foundation’s core belief is that most children have a wide range of under-served needs, and the goal is to provide meaningful grants to serve as many of those needs as possible. They strive to provide services all over the state of New Mexico giving their focus to the current and changing needs of children.

The YES Institute

Their mission is to prevent suicide and ensure the healthy development of all youth through powerful communication and education on gender and orientation. They were founded in 1996 to address the high rates of teenage suicide impacting young people who identified or were labeled as gay. Although based in Miami, Florida, the YES Institute has reached communities across the country – from Alabama and Georgia to New York. They have worked in Latin America – including Bogotá, Colombia and Cuernavaca, México. In addition, people travel to Miami from all over the world to participate in their courses. 

The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast

The mission of The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast is to offer children and families a place to explore and learn through hands on activities, educational programs and cultural experiences. Located in the heart of Indian Riverside Park in Jensen Beach, Florida, the Children’s Museum opened in August 2008 and has welcomed over 400,000 visitors and over 50,000 to experience the power of education through their field trip and outreach programs.

The Birthday Party Project

Their mission is to bring joy to children experiencing homelessness through the magic of a birthday party. Pre- and post-pandemic, they host monthly birthday parties at homeless and transitional living facilities across the country. They celebrate all children ages 1-21 that have a birthday that month, and invite all children and family members staying at the agency to join in the party. During the current pandemic, they are not idle: they initiated a new program called “Birthday in a Bag,” and birthday gift for children on their birthday. 

NM Center for Therapeutic Riding

DreamTree Project