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  • Charities
    • The 12th Leslie Knope Fundraising Phone Bank
        • Fundraising event for Leslie's city council campaign. (Season 4 episode Bowling for Votes)
    • The 27th Annual Krusty the Clown Telethon for Motion Sickness
        • Krusty's telethon, where Sideshow Bob shows up for a reunion. (Season 3 episode Black Widower)
    • Afghanistanis with AIDS
        • Charity that Michael says he's going to donate his Casino Night winnings. (Season 2 episode Casino Night)
    • AMCA
        • Able Mentally Challenged Adults. Mel Torme performs at an AMCA benefit where Kramer is invited as a guest of honor when he is mistaken for being mentally challenged after a dentist appointment. (Season 6 episode The Jimmy)
    • The Animal Foundation
        • The charity Dane claims to be a part of to get his hands on his friend's father's electric chair. The equitable treatment for all animals.
    • Bajoran Fund for Orphans
        • Also referred to as Bajoran War Orphans Fund. Charity from various episodes.
        • To win Leeta back, Rom gives up his fortune to the Bajoran War Orphans Fund. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
        • Quark offers to donate a percentage of his profits if Sisko allows him to sell products over the monitors on the station. (Season 2 episode The Jem'hadar)
        • Recipient of the proceeds from Quark's auction, minus a modest commission of course. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Bibles for Belgians
        • When Ned Flanders makes a half court shot and wins $50,000, he donates the check to Bibles for Belgians, for which he is awarded a $100,000 check. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • The Bootstrap Foundation
        • Charity Frasier's old friend Percy Williams recommends to Frasier, thinking Frasier is homeless (Season 6 episode Frasier's Curse)
    • Candy Canes for the World
        • Ron's charity that tries to spread Christmas to other countries around the world that don't believe in Christmas. From A Conversation with Ron Burgundy - special feature on Anchorman DVD.
    • Cars for Kids
        • TV game show contestant Paul mentions donating some of his winnings. (Bank Breakers sketch episode host Kumail Nanjiani)
    • Charity for Kids that Have Oversize Kidneys
        • Fake charity, lie Annie and Jay tell Hank when they go to his house to get the iPad back before he sees their sex video.
    • Charity League
        • Vic misrepresents himself at Dorrance townhouse as being from the "Charity League.
    • Cherries
        • Porn magazine Lee tells Ig about - girls who are supposed to be eighteen year old virgins.
    • The Children's Alliance
        • Holiday gift to George from Tim Whatley, a donation made in his name. (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • Christian Patriots Food Bank
        • Religious organization Lee was selling magazines to raise money for.
    • The Citadel of Ricks Redevelopment Fund
        • Rick K-22 and his Morty show up in Rick's garage asking for donations for the Citadel of Ricks Redevelopment Fund (Season 3 episode The Ricklantis Mixup)
    • The Clean Sheet Foundation
        • Charity that provides legal assistance to members of the KKK. Tom's suggestion for the charity that Ben should pick for the Sweetums Foundation contribution. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • The Covenant House
        • Starlight plans to donate her Believe Expo appearance fee to the Covenant House charity. (Season 1 episode The Female of the Species)
    • Critic Aid
        • Charity of movie critics that records a song to raise money to bring Jay back from Iraq (Season 2 episode Sherman of Arabia)
    • CTF
        • Megan Kupowski, costar of the hit TV sitcom Annabelle! Is interviewed at a charity event hosted by CTF, or Canine Thrombosis Foundation. (Season 8 episode Two and a Half Deaths)
    • Danielle's Darlings
        • Alan's lawyer's charity, named after his ex-wife that died in a car accident. (Season 7 Crude and Uncalled For)
    • DEa Widows and Childrens Fund
        • Jeri Hogarth informs Danny that all charges against him are being dropped, in light of the fact that he was set jump, and that he'll be making a very generous contribution to the DEA's Widows and Childrens Fund. (Season 1 episode Dragon Plays With Fire)
    • The Dewer Grant
        • Huge research grant that Ross is a finalist for, and that his girlfriend Charlie's ex-boyfriend Benjamin Hobart is administering. (Season 10 episode The One With Ross' Grant)
    • Domiciles for the Destitute
        • The Simpsons version of Habitats for the Homeless. Lisa's choice for father/duaghter day - building houses with ex-presidents. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Dorothy Walker Fund for Women in the Arts
        • Trish's mother's charity. (Season 3 episode AKA Hero Pants)
    • The Eleanor Sherman Foundation for Blasting the Poor Into Space
        • Jay's mother's charity (Season 1 episode A Pig-boy and his Dog)
    • Feed the Earth
        • Charity sponsoring a Smash Mouth benefit concert.
    • The Ferengi Benevolent Association
        • Organization founded by Grand Nagus Zek, after being "devolved" by the wormhole aliens. (Season 3 episode Prophet Motive)
    • First Annual KACL AIDS Bike-a-Thon
        • Charity event hosted by Frasier's radio station (Season 10 episode Fraternal Schwinns)
    • Flack Hale Research Foundation
        • One of the charities that the mayor's wife supports (Episode Sledge Hammer!)
    • The Foundation for Disadvantaged Children
        • Charity that John claims to have donated to on Sargus Four. (Season 1 episode Majority Rule)
    • Friend in Need Society
        • Charity that picks up several boxes of used books at the Bradys, including Marcia's diary. Their shop is located at the corner of Riverton and Eighth Street. (Episode The Possible Dream)
    • Friends of the Hostages
        • Charity formed to help the hostages.
    • Friends of Transit
        • Organization Frasier mentions. Niles: "All comfy?" Frasier: "This won't do, it's even harder than a seat on a public bus." Niles: "Oh, when were you ever on a bus." Frasier: At a cocktail party once for the Friends of Transit." Niles: I wasn't invited to that." (Season 7 episode Back Talk)
    • The Good Samaritan Confraternity
        • If he could not enlist - and for all his self-sufficiency Brinker could not do much without company - he could at least cease to be so multifariously civilian. So he resigned the presidency of the Golden Fleece Debating Society, stopped writing his school spirit column for the newspaper, dropped the chairmanship of the Underprivileged Local Children subcommittee of the Good Samaritan Confraternity, stilled his baritone in the chapel choir, and even, in his most impressive burst of irresponsibility, resigned from the Student Advisory Committee to the Headmaster's Discretionary Benevolent Fund. His well-bred clothes had disappeared; these days he wore khaki pants supported by a garrison belt, and boots which rattled when he walked.
    • Gotham City Charity Fund
        • The polls show overwhelming support for Penguin in his run for mayor, thanks to his rescue of a baby from a runaway carriage and a contribution of $100,000 to the Gotham City Charity Fund. (Episode Dizzonner the Penguin)
    • Gotham Renewal Fund
        • New record added 6/21/2022
        • An announcement at the Mayor’s funeral recommends donations to the Gotham Renewal Fund, the city’s safety net. Later revealed to be a charitable foundation for public works created by the Wayne Foundation.
    • The Gretchen and Elliot Schwartz Foundation
        • Walt watches his former partners the Schwartz on Charlie Rose, trying to get out in front of the Walt drug dealer story by announcing a charitable foundation helping victims of meth. (Season 5 episode Granite State)
    • The Guggenheim Foundation Pancreatic Cancer Summer Classic 2004
        • Charity event Tahini mentions having organized when she was alive (Season 1 episode 7 The Eternal Shriek)
    • The Guggenheim Foundation Pancreatic Cancer Summer Classic 2009
        • Charity event Tahini mentions having organized when she was alive (Season 1 episode 7 The Eternal Shriek)
    • Haven Lighthouse Fund
        • Sponsor of 10k run (Season 2 episode Business As Usual)
    • Hearts of Courage
        • Cancer organization at the Pelicans/Lakers basketball game.
    • Help the Needy Society
        • Alice gives away Ralph's old suit the Help the Needy Society, in which he hid money that he won playing poker, and Ralph and Norton race down to the mission to retrieve it. (episode The Man in the Blue Suit)
    • Helping Hands Charity
        • The charity next door to the video game store where Juni is in line to buy Game Over. He briefly considers donating his money instead, but doesn't. "So they can help you"
    • Herbitat for Henranity
        • Joke name for Habitat for Humanity from the story about Herb that Princess Carolyn makes up (Season 2 episode Still Broken)
    • Homegirl's Home for Girls Without Homes
        • The charity Anders and Blake claim they're starting for their dead coworker (Season 3 episode Good Mourning)
    • The Human Fund
        • George makes up a charity for his holiday gifts at the office. A donation has been made in your name… "Money for people" (Season 9 episode The Strike)
    • The Indiana Scholarship for Pretty Blondes Who Like to Read
        • Scholarship that Leslie mentions: Half of my tuition was paid for by the Indiana scholarship for pretty blondes who like to read. It's now called the Virginia Woolf prize. Different time. (Season 6 episode One in 8,000)
    • IndianGirlinaComa.com
        • Lacey's charity scam. Patrick builds the website for her. (Episode Charlie Gets Between Sean and Jordan)
    • International Rescue Alliance
        • The name of the Charity organization that Michael mentions Eleanor having been involved with during her life - actually supposed to be Real Eleanor, although now we know that there is no Real Eleanor… (Season 2 episode Everything is Great)
    • Jay Sherman's New York Clean-up
        • Charity event Jay organizes after inheriting his parents' billion dollars when they go missing on their anniversary trip (Season 2 episode Frankie and Ellie Get Lost)
    • The Jeff Foundation
        • Professor Duncan: Are you really the one that needs help here, Winger?
          Annie: Yeah, should we write a check to the Jeff Foundation?
          (Season 5 episode Bondage and Beta Male Sexuality)
    • KACL-AM Project Welcome Home
        • Frasier version of Habitat for Humanity, where he helps build a house for s lower income family, and then bugs them to death over how they choose to decorate it (Season 10 episode Some Assembly Required)
    • KDAFY Police Pension Benefit Telethon
        • Telethon the police hold as bait for the thief that steals their pension fund. "Get our boys in blue out of the red" (Season 2 episode Hammeroid)
    • Keep Kids Off Drugs Foundation
        • Charity Minotaur donates money to keep kids off drugs.
    • The Kelly Ann Grunther Foundation
        • Charity dedicated to getting homeless cats off the street that holds a silent auction (Season 6 episode IQ)
    • Krakatoa Volcano Relief Fund
        • Charity that Kramer asked Jerry to contribute to on his first date with Elaine. When it turns out to be fraudulent, Jerry gets audited. (Season 3 episode The Truth)
    • Little Explorers
        • A charity dedicated to the education of troubled middle school students interested in science and technology.
    • Metropolis United Charities
        • Organization that was created to handle Clark's adoption, which Chloe uncovers as part of a school research project. (Season 1 episode Zero) It is revealed that this organization was founded by Lionel Luther to pay the Kents back for helping him get Lex to the hospital after the meteor storm. (Season 2 episode Lineage) It turns out Lucas' adoption was handled by the same company that handled Clark's. (Season 2 episode Prodigal)
    • The Michael Scott Foundation: Scott's Tots
        • Ten years ago, Michael made a promise to a group of underprivileged children that he would pay their college tuition. (Season 6 episode Scott's Tots)
    • The Mindy St. Clair Rescue Alliance
        • Charity Mindy creates shortly before dying (Season 1 episode 12 Mindy St. Claire) Later seen advertised on the top of a Jacksonville Cab Company car outside the airport.
    • Moms and Dads in Blue
        • Fictional police charity that Detective Rosemary Vick's son made up to scam money from neighbors.
    • Money for Psychic Kids
        • Fake charity Kate claims they're going to donate the casino money when they get busted.
    • New York City Children's Fund
        • Instead of having a big wedding, Phoebe and Mike decide to donate their wedding money to a charity. Then they change their minds and ask for their money back. Then they change their minds again, but this time the charity refuses their money. (Season 10 episode The One With the Home Study)
    • New York Theater Development Fund
        • Charity that Alex hosts a fundraiser for. (Season 1 episode No One's Gonna Harm You, Not While I'm Around)
    • NutriCore
        • NutriBoom's charity, the no payment option where you can pay off your contract in labor hours under the teachings of Docter David Stovelman. (Season 5 episode NutriBoom)
    • Orphaned Children Hospital Fund
        • Bull donates $5 in Harry's name to the Orphaned Children Hospital Fund. (Season 2 episode The Birthday Visitor)
    • Out with Gout '88
        • Telethon Troy McClure mentions: Hi, I'm Troy McClure. You might remember me from such telethons as 'Out with Gout '88 and 'Let's Save Tony Orlando's House. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • The Patriots Fund
        • Fund that accepts donations for the families of stalkers that are killed in the line of duty. Your contributions are tax deductible.
    • Pawnee Cares
        • Charity that teams up with the local cable access station to raise money for diabetes research. (Season 2 episode Telethon)
    • Pawnee/Eagleton Unity Concert Fundraising Auction
        • Auction Leslie and Ben conduct in order to raise money for the Unity Concert, auctioning off an autographed Red Hot Chili Peppers guitar. (Season 6 episode One in 8,000)
    • The Phil Foundation
        • When Phil dies, Dan becomes the administrator for his charitable organization. (Season 8 episode Mama Was a Rollin' Stone)
    • Pick Me Ups
        • Set-up: A company called Pick Me Ups that picks up donations visits a big house on Valley Lane Northeast to pick up a giant evil teddy bear. (Season 1 episode Teddy Scare)
    • Redwood Music Program
        • An after school music class for at-risk kids. Andy's suggestion for the charity that Ben should pick for the Sweetums Foundation contribution. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • Release the Hounds
        • Homer says that Mr. Burns releases the hounds on every charity that comes to his door - Feed the Children, Save the Whales, even Release the Hounds. (Season 11 episode Grift of the Magi)
    • Rollerblading Across the Americas
        • The charity Adam claims they're starting for their dead coworker (Season 3 episode Good Mourning)
    • Run-a-Way Home Foundation
        • From the Fight Club Press Kit. "Run-A-Way-Home," an organization established by porn stars to help reunite families with their wayward children.
    • Rural Ambu-care
        • Organization that wants to buy an ambulance for people that live far away from the hospital. Charity Ben picks for the Sweetums Foundation contribution. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • Samaritan's Embrace
        • Charity broadcast during the Vought International meeting. (Season 1 episode Cherry) Ezekiel's Christian charity that supports the Believe Expo. (Season 1 episode Good for the Soul) The Boys determine that Samaritan's Embrace is bankrolled by Vought, and has been shipping Compound V to 53 hospitals across the country since 1971 and gift wrapping it as polio vaccine. (Season 1 episode The Innocents)
    • The Sandrov Foundation
        • Foundation created by Eureka scientist Andre Sandrov (Season 2 episode Family Reunion)
    • Santa Alvarez Rescue Mission
        • Charity where Carl volunteers.
    • Save Mammals Now
        • Charity. There's been a tsunami in China, and all the panda bears are at risk unless you send $500 now. (Season 6 episode Gone Catfishing)
    • The Save Sledge Fund
        • Fund Sledge Hammer's buddies at the police station pull together when he gets arrested for murder - they have $1.99 (Season 1 episode Jagged Sledge)
    • Sisters of the Flag
        • Christine's new campaign commercial with subliminal dirty movie shots from Beauty and the Priest earns her new male voters, but she loses support from females. The Sisters of the Flag cancel her speech, and the Amish Girls Club of Manhattan calls off their fundraising quilting bee. (Season 9 episode P.S. Do I Know You?)
    • Society for Hamit's Syndrome
        • One of the charities that the mayor's wife supports (Episode Sledge Hammer!)
    • Spadaro Foundation
        • Foundation that gave Zane an award for string theory while he was at Cornell (Season 2 episode E = MC…?)
    • Springfield Men's Shelter
        • Organization giving away 60 soiled mattresses that Homer finds in the Free section of the daily newspaper. (Season 5 episode Bart's Inner Child)
    • St. Alban's Kitchen
        • Soup kitchen where NTAC searches for Jordan Collier. "Helping feed the homeless" (Season 3 episode The Gospel According to Collier)
    • The Stark Relief Foundation
        • Organization headed by Tony Stark and Pepper Potts to provide relief to the needy as well as to handle any casualties incurred during battles involving the Avengers.
    • Starling Earthquake Relief Fund
        • Set up to assist the surviving residents of the Glades following detonation of Merlyn's earthquake machine.
    • Still Horny
        • Porn magazine Lee tells Ig about - chicks over sixty fingering themselves.
    • Susan Ross Scholarship
        • George interviews high school students for a new scholarship sponsored by the Susan Ross Foundation. (Season 8 episode The Van Buren Boys)
    • The Sweetums Foundation
        • Ben starts his new job overseeing the Sweetums corporation's charity, The Sweetums Foundation. (Season 5 episode Correspondents Lunch)
    • Toys for Toddlers
        • Charity that Roz mentions in her childhood story. (Season 6 episode The Night Court Before Christmas)
    • Tri-boro Charities
        • Alisa escapes the prison by hiding in the back of a charity van. (Season 2 episode AKA Pray for my Patsy)
    • United Volunteers of Greater New York
        • The association that George's father is associated with. In The Handicap Spot he receives an award for his community service and then shortly thereafter it is discovered that his car was parked in a handicap spot. (Season 4 episode The Handicap Spot)
    • The Virginia Woolf Prize
        • Scholarship that Leslie mentions: Half of my tuition was paid for by the Indiana scholarship for pretty blondes who like to read. It's now called the Virginia Woolf prize. Different time. (Season 6 episode One in 8,000)
    • Vought for Tots
        • Vought corporation charity that brings superhero Shockwave to Vought Tower, a new fitness outreach for toddlers. Apparently, they're getting obese. (Season 2 episode Nothing Like it in the World)
    • WAD
        • Wrestlers Against Drugs. Fake charity Bash comes up with to solicit donations for the show. (Season 1 episode The Liberal Chokehold)
    • Wayne Manor Holiday Food Drive
        • Black guests at Bruce Wayne's charity event complain about Batman's actions in their neighborhood. (Sketch Wayne Thanksgiving)
    • White Guilt Relief Fund
        • Garrett Morris: Hi. I'm Garrett Morris, talking to all you white Americans about the way black people have been treated in America. Now, I know a lot of you feel guilty, and you should. My great great grandmother was brought over here on a slave ship and was raped by her white master. And my grandfather was lynched by a mob for not tippin' his hat to a white lady. Now, they're dead now and there's nothing you can do to erase their suffering. However, if you would like to relieve your guilt, I am willing to accept money as a representative victim of four hundred years of repression. Send your check or money order to White Guilt Relief Fund, care of Garrett Morris, 870 West127th Street, New York, New York 10089. (episode Jill Clayburgh: 02/28/76)

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