How We Donate


Tiny Magic Co's mission is to make a big difference by bringing magic to the lives of children everywhere! That is why we donate 10% of the profits from every order to a different children's charity every month. You can read about our current donation schedule below: 

 

January: 

The Make-A-Wish Foundation

"Tens of thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters advance the Make-A-Wish® vision to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a critical illness. In the U.S. and its territories, a wish is granted every 34 minutes. A wish can be that spark that helps these children believe that anything is possible and gives them the strength to fight harder against their illnesses. This one belief guides us and inspires us to grant wishes that change the lives of the kids we serve."

 

February:

Save The Children

"Save the children is a children's charity that works internationally and in the U.S. to sponsor children experiencing emotional abuse, physical abuse, deprivation, neglect, and sexual exploitation. It is estimated that around 5 million children under the age of 5 die from preventable causes and about 250 million kids cannot read due to these harmful yet preventable situations in their personal lives. This non-profit works in over 100 countries every year to help over 100 million children get the proper healthcare, education and protection that they need to thrive."

 

March:

Children's Health Fund

"The Children's Health Fund supports 25 medical programs that bring quality health care and social support to under-resourced communities all over the U.S.. This charity helps children through education initiatives, health care and health insurance, disaster relief programs, and policy advocacy for millions of kids across the nation. The goal is to improve the quality of life for communities that are under-resourced and underserved."

 

April:

Child Find of America

"Child Find of America is a national charitable organization that provides professional social services to prevent and resolve child abduction. In doing so, Child Find of America aims to prevent child abduction and the abuse that stems from these events. Working with case managers across America, this charity answers calls for help from family members, missing kids, abducting parents, searching parents, child welfare, at risk youth and educators, and law enforcement. Over 6 thousand cases are to be expected on any given day, dozens of families in crises rely on this charity for assistance."

 

May:

Shoes That Fit

"Shoes That Fit is a national children's charity that helps kids with no money get new athletic shoes. About 1 in 5 children lives in poverty and in the U.S., kids that receive new shoes from Shoes That Fit are more likely to stay in school and increase their physical activity.

Shoes That Fit does not give out previously owned shoes, they deliver shoes to children in poverty that are exactly measured for their feet. This non-profit has delivered over 2.3 million pairs of brand new shoes since 1992. Over 131,000 shoes are distributed to kids every year in 2,500 schools nationally."

 

June:

Locks of Love

"Locks of Love is a charity that provides wigs made of real hair for children that are suffering from long term medical hair loss from any diagnoses. These kids are financially disadvantaged and cannot afford to buy a wig on their own. Most of the children in the Locks of Love program suffer from an autoimmune disorder called Alopecia Areata that causes hair loss in the scalp, face, and body. In most cases, hair loss is permanent and there is no cure as of right now. Cancer survivors and other kids dealing with critical illness also receive these wigs.

The mission of Locks of Love is "to return a sense of self, confidence and normalcy to children suffering from hair loss by utilizing donated ponytails to provide the highest quality hair prosthetics to financially disadvantaged kids free of charge."

 

July:

Reach Out & Read

"Reach Out & Read is a kid's charity that provides routine pediatric check ups that center around child brain development from ages birth to three. This national non-profit integrates reading into pediatric practices and shares books that are critical for early childhood development.

Reach Out & Read's tens of thousands of teams, spread out across the U.S., help kids benefit from key research in brain development and make reading important for the families they serve."

 

August:

The Lunchbox Fund

"The Lunchbox Fund is a South African kid's charity that provides resources based on their 5 pillars of the first five years of a child's life. This charity focuses on social services, maternal and child health interventions, support for primary care givers, stimulation for early learning, and nutrition support.

By providing social, emotional, brain development, and physical services for children under the age of five, The Lunchbox Fund promotes critical childcare services for underdeveloped regions of South Africa. Their main focus is providing nutritious school meals every day for kids that would otherwise go hungry as well as before and after school programs to sustain child development."

 

September:

The International Child Art Foundation

"The International Child Art Foundation focuses on providing art programs for children everywhere. This non-profit is dedicated to enhancing childhood creativity and enhancing mutual empathy through the universal language of art. This international arts program focuses on under-developed communities and kids living through natural disasters and conflict zones.

Since 1997 an estimated five million children have participated in ICAF and around 2,500,000 people have been involved in ICAF festivals and art exhibits around the world."

 

October:

No Kid Hungry

"No Kid Hungry is a national charity that provides free meals to school's across the U.S.. This non-profit works with parents, teachers, community leaders, chefs, lawmakers, and CEO's to research and develop the best way to provide meals to kids who would otherwise go hungry.

No Kid Hungry also advocates for better policy around the U.S. on a local, state, and national level to make sure that the children of America grow up strong and healthy."

 

November:

Give Kids The World

"A stay at the Village is much more than a vacation. During one transformative week, wish families laugh, play, and create priceless memories together away from hospital visits and medical procedures. It's a magical week of "YES" where wish kids can experience the simple joys of childhood, and where families can recapture some of the precious moments that may have been missed due to illness. Since 1986, Give Kids The World Village has welcomed more than 177,000 families from all 50 states and 76 countries. The Village is made possible by the support of generous donors and community partners, as well as thousands of passionate volunteers – who donate their time and talent making wishes come true."

 

December: 

Toys For Tots

"The mission of the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation is to assist the U. S. Marine Corps in providing a tangible sign of hope to economically disadvantaged children at Christmas. This assistance includes providing day-to-day leadership and oversight of the Program, raising funds to provide toys to supplement the collections of local Toys for Tots Campaigns, to provide promotional and support material and defray the costs of conducting annual Toys for Tots Campaigns. The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is, through the gift of a new toy, help bring the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children."