ALMS’ mission is to provide financial support to children and young adults, so that they may have a better shot at life, build a brighter future, and perhaps achieve their dream. Each of the following programs is designed to help children in different ways. From children in extreme poor situation to young adults trying to reach their goal, there is a program for them.

Champion of Tomorrow

This fund raising campaign aims to subsidize for some of the coaching/training tuition and equipment/instrument cost for dedicated young athletes and musicians who are training hard to become the ‘Champion of Tomorrow’ in their disciplines.

Are you training and competing to be a state champion or even national champion of your sport? Perhaps someday to compete in the Olympics? Are you practicing hard and trying to become the next greatest music artist? If yes, this program may be for you to help you along the way.

We understand that the cost to become a champion is a huge burden. This program is designed to alleviate some of the financial pressure…

Community Outreach

ALMS gives back directly to the community by providing essentials to children who needs them the most…

Lunch Money

In this program, ALMS works directly with schools or food providers to provide funding for daily meals to starving children…

Scholarship

ALMS provides scholarship to college students who excel academically but struggle financially…

Please note that ALMS is a charity organization. Your payment for any fundraising event conducted by ALMS is a donation, as such, your receipt contains the tax # for claiming your donation on your tax return. We are grateful for your donation and support of our organization. Donations are normally nonrefundable but if you do decide to withdraw from events, there is a $10 charge to cover the administrative fees. Refunds are returned using the original method of payment. If you made your donation by credit card, your refund will be credited to that same credit card.

Contact us regarding these programs, please email info@alittlemoresupport.org

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