PATCH

The Painters and Allied Trades for Children's Hope Foundation - PATCH

Founded in 2001, the members of the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades created the PATCH Foundation to support organizations that provide educational and medical services to our youth, as well as support local sports programs.  In addition to our work on the national level, local IUPAT members collect donations for the Foundation and use those gifts to aid a hometown charity or organization.

PATCH Foundation is Giving ‘Dollars for Likes’ to National Alliance on Mental Illness!

Fundraiser to Support NAMI Ending the Silence Program for Middle and High Schooler Education on Suicide Prevention

Hanover, MD – This week, the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT), and its Painters and Allied Trades for Children’s Hope Foundation (PATCH), launched a new fundraising campaign to support NAMI Ending the Silence.  This program was developed and is instituted by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) in middle and high schools throughout the country to help students understand mental illness and its toll on children and adults alike, as well as teach them the warning signs to prevent suicide among their peers.

[REPORT: Suicide is Taking its Toll in Construction]

The PATCH Foundation announced it will donate $1 to NAMI Ending the Silence for each new “like” on Facebook.com/PATCHfoundation, up to $10,000, in September as a part of Suicide Prevention Month.

 

Click HERE to learn more about NAMI Ending the Silence and this PATCH Fundraiser!

The Painters and Allied Trades for Children’s Hope Foundation

The PATCH Foundation is a 501 (c) 3) non-profit organization.

Tax: 52-2318869
CFC Code: 12448

ORGANIZATIONS SUPPORTED BY THE PATCH FOUNDATION

A Greater Washington/Field of Dreams
Alhambra Shrine Circus
Backstoppers, Inc.
Bay Bridge Charity Classic
Big Brothers and Sisters of Dane County
Big Reach Ministries
Books and Boxing, Inc.
Books for Kids/Project FLIGHT
Cacheta Nowlin
Canal Square YMCA
Capital Campaign
Children’s Miracle Network
Children’s Wish Foundation
Clayton County Parks & Recreation
Colbert Heights High School
Community Transitional School
Cornerstone Schools of Washington
Deborah Hospital Foundation
Deicke Center for Visual Rehabilitation
Denver Rolling Nuggets
Doernbecher Children’s Hospital
E.L.L. Red Sox
East Point Fire Department Toy Drive
First Day Fund
FLARE/TRY
FOR THE KIDS Learning Center
Garden City Sports Association
Hesed House, Inc.
Ice Cream for Books
Jack Costello Boxing Club
Jackson Youth Sports
Junior Rolling Nuggets
Juvenile Diabetes Research
Kearney Youth Football
Kerbela Shrine Circus
Larc School
Las Vegas Junior Giants
Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital Foundation
Marlton Reds Baseball
Mesabi East Early Childhood Coalition
Mill Creek Athletic Association
Mr. October for Kids
National Children’s Cancer Society
National MPS Society
New Ellenton Middle School
New Ellenton Middle School Library
New Futures

Oregon Children’s Foundation SMART
Outside In
People to People
People to People Ambassador Programs
Project Read
Raising a Reader
Ray-Pec Jr. Football League
Ready, Set, Grow!
Red Bank High School
Renourish Benefit
Riptide Baseball
Rockdale Youth Baseball Association
Ronald McDonald House of Buffalo
SBBA
Share
Sherwood Cass R-8 School District
Shrine Circus Fund
Soccer Association of Independence
South Valley Soccer Club – Sparks Team
Southwest Youth and Family Services
Special Olympics
Special Olympics Georgia
Spina Bifida Association of Western Pennsylvania
St. Joseph’s Indian School
St. Louis King of France School
Summer Games for Special Olympics Ohio
Teaching and Restoring Youth (TRY) Program
Team of Morrow Lake City
The American Crohn’s Foundation
The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio
The Marie Wilkinson Foundation
The NephCure Foundation
The Quad Country Urban League
The Reds
The Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo Foundation
Toys for Tots
Treehouse
United Way of Central Alabama, Inc.
United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta
Vanished Children’s Alliance
Walk and More
Wigs for Kids
YMCA