The Art of Charity operates as a Non-Profit Organization. The Organization will provide food, toiletries (basic hygiene necessities), groceries, education, and help people find jobs. We have a strategic roadmap for achieving the short-term and long-term goals we have set forth while also serving as a principal entity to secure funding through grants and donations.
The Art of Charity, with its vision of an organization that believes in lighting up the lives of underprivileged people across the world. We endeavor to provide the best quality services in areas including food, education and social welfare free of cost to people living in the dark and will try to achieve its short-term and long-term strategic objectives by focusing on business ethics and sustainable business practices..
According to a study, in the United States, almost a quarter of U.S. children under the age of 18 lived in a household with a single parent and more than 1 in 7 children under the age of 6 live in poverty and nearly half of those children live in extreme poverty. There is a critical – and growing – need for essential food, supplies, and education, and The Art of Charity mission is to support the people to meet the basic requirements and build the environments they need to thrive and empower them to create lasting change in their own lives and communities.
My name is Jack Smith Jr. and although it may not seem like it now, I grew up extremely poor. I didn’t have much access to the kinds of resources and life building tools that traditionally foster future success stories. But I persevered and today, I can proudly say that I’ve successfully started three businesses, have 3 beautiful girls that are my absolute heart, and now, I am able to pay it forward for the benefit of others. Admittedly, my transition to this place of helping others, much like my upbringing, came from a place of adversity. COVID-19 impacted me terribly, and forced me to take a step back and assess the things that matter. I’m a Christian above all else and I just felt as though God was pulling me in the direction of helping others. Read More
According to the USDA, more than 38 million people, including 12 million children, in the United States are food insecure.