Our Charities

Making a Positive Impact Through Knowledge & Charity

World Heritage Cultural Center (WHCC) is working with existing charities for cancer & HIV awareness campaigns, domestic violence and the homeless. WHCC is allocating its resources to following charities:

Evan & Friends

Evan & Friends: Painting the World Brighter one Charity at a time – is a cause in World Heritage Cultural Center that started a few months ago by Evan. Evan loves Art and I asked him if he can do something special for other kids with his art work what he would do?

Evans answer: “I would like to sell my art work to help kids that need food, shelter, parents (he meant orphans) as such. So we gathered a few friends of Evan and started this Cause lead by these young minds!”

Our goal is to create young marvels through projects that will allow E&F members to discover ways to change the world for others. These unique and rewarding experiences to directly help those in less fortunate circumstances cannot be compared to any other. In addition E&F members will acquire the developmental assets and academic skills needed for individual, social, and academic success.

Membership is free.

Members are welcome to suggest a charity to donate to and E&F will organize a fundraising and “Paint the World Brighter one Charity at a Time!”When he was 12 years old, while playing basketball, a brain aneurysm burst in his head. He was trapped in a coma for 30 days, and spent the next 341 days hospitalized. The next 2 years he was in a wheelchair and today he walks on his own.

American Cancer Society (ACS)

The mission of the American Cancer Society is to eliminate cancer as a major health problem. Because cancer is a global health problem, this mission extends around the world. Cancer is increasing as a leading killer globally, especially in the developing world.

The American Cancer Society is a leader in the global cancer control movement, addressing the growing global cancer and tobacco burden.The American Cancer Society is the official sponsor of birthdays!!! Saving lives by helping people stay well, get well, find cures, & fight back.World Heritage Cultural Center(WHCC) is joining forces with the American Cancer Society(ACS) to help raise awareness of cancer on a global level through fun and great events to come in 2011. WHCC will host a dedicated page for ACS on WHCC’s website for a greater impact.

Alex’s Lemonade Stand

Alexandra “Alex” Scott was born to Liz and Jay Scott in Manchester, Connecticut on January 18, 1996, the second of four children.

Shortly before her first birthday, Alex was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a type of childhood cancer. On her first birthday, the doctors informed Alex’s parents that if she beat her cancer it was doubtful that she would ever walk again. Just two weeks later, Alex slightly moved her leg at her parents’ request to kick. This was the first indication of who she would turn out to be – a determined, courageous, confident and inspiring child with big dreams and big accomplishments.

By her second birthday, Alex was crawling and able to stand up with leg braces. She worked hard to gain strength and to learn how to walk. She appeared to be beating the odds, until the shattering discovery within the next year that her tumors had started growing again. In the year 2000, the day after her fourth birthday, Alex received a stem cell transplant and informed her mother, “when I get out of the hospital I want to have a lemonade stand.” She said she wanted to give the money to doctors to allow them to “help other kids, like they helped me.” True to her word, she held her first lemonade stand later that year and raised an amazing $2,000 for “her hospital.”

While bravely battling her own cancer, Alex continued to hold yearly lemonade stands in her front yard to benefit childhood cancer research. News spread of the remarkable sick child dedicated to helping other sick children. People from all over the world, moved by her story, held their own lemonade stands and donated the proceeds to Alex and her cause.

In August of 2004, Alex passed away at the age of 8, knowing that, with the help of others, she had raised over $1 million to help find a cure for the disease that took her life. Alex’s family – including brothers Patrick, Eddie, and Joey – and supporters around the world are committed to continuing her inspiring legacy through Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation.

 Visit Alex’s Website

Daniel’s Music Foundation

Who is Daniel?

Today, at age 27, Daniel Trush is the life force that drives Daniel’s Music Foundation. His happiness and zest for life is incomparable and his dynamic, positive, and friendly personality is contagious.

When he was 12 years old, while playing basketball, a brain aneurysm burst in his head. He was trapped in a coma for 30 days, and spent the next 341 days hospitalized. The next 2 years he was in a wheelchair and today he walks on his own.

Daniel’s recovery was so greatly enhanced by learning to play the keyboard that he and his family were compelled to found Daniel’s Music Foundation.


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