We have been blessed with many opportunities to witness powerful and meaningful changes in the lives of the most vulnerable-- the handicapped, the hungry, the displaced. Scripture teaches us that to whom much is given, much is expected in return. And that we are expected to be ready and cheerful givers! We invite you to learn about these organizations below.
Winston Churchill stated it best: “We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.”
Natural High is a national 501(c)3 nonprofit organization inspiring youth to discover, amplify and pursue their natural high so they have a reason to say no to drugs and alcohol.
The San Diego RiteCare Childhood Language Center provides life-changing speech and language therapy services to young children in San Diego who have communication disorders, with no required fees to their families. Members of the TMG Family are annual sponsors of the great, local initiative.
San Ysidro Health has 41 program sites across San Diego County which include a broad array of medical, nutritional, and mental health services that provide much needed care to families and seniors of all backgrounds here in our region.
Members of the greater TMG family have been ministering to inmates at Donovan State Prison in San Diego for nearly a decade. Meeting several times each month, this group of men meet with inmates for Mass, communal prayer, and fellowship.
The Ukrainian Catholic Education Foundation was founded to help support and grow Catholic educational institutions in Ukraine, specifically the Ukrainian Catholic University in L'viv which is the only Catholic University in the former Soviet Union. Members of the TMG Family have worked with this organization over the years in a variety of philanthropic and networking capacities
Whispering Winds Cathollic Camp & Conference Center is located high in the mountains of San Diego's backcountry. Members of the greater TMG Family are among the founding members of Whispering Winds and have helped with its growth and development in service for the Catholic community of Southern California for nearly 40 years.
The Ladies of Hope is committed to bringing Chaldean-American women together to help those in need, preserve their heritage and enrich the community through awareness and advocacy, promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and provide spiritual enrichment.
California Highway Patrol 11-99 Foundation is an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit, charitable organization that provides Benefits and Scholarships to California Highway Patrol family members. Since the CHP 11-99 Foundation was incorporated in 1981, the members of the Foundation's Board of Directors have distributed over $18 million in assistance to current, retired and Fallen in the Line of Duty CHP employees and their families.
Alvin's donations were used to improve local schools and aid residents in poor Iraqi villages. The Mansours' aunt is a Dominican Nun and actively serves communities in the Middle East.
The Mansour's father, along with other fathers in the greater TMG Family, is a Knight of this organization which was formed to render aid to members and their families as well as offer assistance to sick, disabled and needy members of the organization and the community.
The Mansours' mother passed away to Leukemia at the extremely young age of 48. For many years now, the Mansour Family has been strong supporters of this organization which funds lifesaving blood cancer research around the globe.
The Mansours and greater TMG family have been major contributors to St. Peter's helping fund educational centers, a seminary, diocesan initiatives, and a monastery.
The Mansours' cousin is a nun in New York with this renowned order founded by Mother Teresa of Calcutta. The Missionaries of Charity is an international organization dedicated to labor for the salvation and sanctification of the poorest of the poor globally. The family donated money to build a church in South America.
With many members of the TMG Family as graduates of the center, our team is very involved in the activities of the organization and has been a substantitive donor.
Founded to support Catholic education and missionary activities around the world, the organization focus on five core aspects of development: education, medical missionary work, evangelization, disaster relief and building physical infrastructure where there is none.
Together with our millions of supporters, the American Cancer Society (ACS) saves lives and creates a world with less cancer and more birthdays by helping people stay well, helping people get well, by finding cures, and by fighting back.
The children served have conditions like clubfoot, bowed legs, cleft lips, untreated burns, and hydrocephalus. Without treatment, they will have little hope for a future. Many will die from their condition. The Mansours and the TMG Family are supportive of this important work.
The Armed Services YMCA San Diego serves the families of those who serve in our military, offering specialized counseling, educational, and social programs that help them cope, connect, and thrive.
Seven members of TMG are graduates of St. Augustine High School. To this day, members of the greater TMG Family attend this all-boys Catholic High School in North Park and one is a teacher. Over the years, the Mansours have contributed to their Alma Mater and annually host Saintsmen for an internship program.
Amy Mansour, sister of the Mansours, has Cerebral Palsy. The Mansours are forever committed to St. Madeleine Sophie's Center, a unique organization that assists adults with developmental disabilities, like Amy, along with their families, and communities.