Help Our Children
MISSION

Our mission is very simple… to GIVE. We started Giving the Dollar to help change how the world thinks about giving back to one another.

Our Community

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People often think of Charity As an Action. But WE think of Charity as a State Of The Heart.

What if each month, every person gave $1 to help a sick child in need? What if your dollar helped give a child a fighting chance against cancer? What if your dollar helped provide the tools and resources needed to provide happiness and support to children affected by medical illnesses? What if YOUR dollar contributed to changing someone’s life?

“There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.” – Nelson Mandela

Why Children?

Every day 43 kids are diagnosed with cancer, making it the SECOND leading cause of death in children. Children are 1/3rd of our population but are ALL of our future.  

OUR STORY

Giving the Dollar was not born off an idea, it was born off an experience. This experience brought clarity to us that giving back to people in need should not feel like a burden. You should trust that every dollar spent by an organization is spent well and that they're making a positive difference.

MEET JINNAN

Giving the Dollar was formed by two brothers, Joe & John Haji, in early 2017. Their mission was very simple, to create an organization that gave back directly to people in hopes of making a difference within the community and the world around us. The concept, to start a nonprofit organization with the elements of a subscription-based model. In early February of 2017, Joe came to John with the thought that, if every individual in this world came together for a common purpose and at an affordable amount, we could help change the world dramatically. For less than the price of a cup of coffee or even a candy bar, each month individuals give $1 to help change the lives of many people. Excited about this new venture, the two brothers worked hard at launching this new organization, until…