Make a Difference Foundation of PR

 A 501 (C) 3 Nonprofit 

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We strive to provide temporary shelter, by opening our homes to families that have lost their homes to bankers through foreclosures and repossessions. Our volunteers even open their homes when all other options have failed without any expectations of remuneration in any manner. Please help us help those who are forced through lack of finances to live on the street. As hard as it may seem this is happening all over the world by the international elite, to our veterans, our elderly, adolescents and even animals. Your single donation of One Dollar can help us make make a difference.

GET MAD and unite as a unified people against this oppression

There is an old saying that states "HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS" Unfortunately, for the volunteers of the Make a Difference Foundation ​It is breaking our hearts to see so many of our fellow human beings living on the streets because of a foreclosure, repossession and inevitable eviction.

This includes animals that were once someones family pet. This process does not discriminate it encompasses everyone from our veterans, handicapped, single mothers, mentally challenged, senior citizens and any and all individuals

GET MAD as a unified people who have come to realize that we are being Socially and Psychologically repressed. Through the psychological act of excluding our desires, dreams and impulses from our individual consciousness and the socially supported mistreatment and exploitation of people as a group or an individual Fight for change in the life that we are being forced to live. UNITE and support equality for every living being.​ Please help make a difference with a small donation today


So Please Make a Difference, open your wallets and give from your heart

Thank You 

Oppression:Can refer to an authoritarian regime controlling its citizens via state control of politics, the

monetary system, media, and the military; denying people any meaningful human or civil rights; and terrorizing 

the populace through harsh, unjust punishment, and a hidden network of obsequious informants reporting to a

vicious secret police force.

Oppression also refers to a less overtly malicious pattern of subjugation, although in many ways this social

oppression represents a particularly insidious and ruthlessly effective form of manipulation and control. In this instance, the subordination and injustices do not afflict everyone instead it targets specific groups of people for restrictions, ridicule, and marginalization.