The Rebels Den believes in supporting causes that make a difference in the world and in local communities.

We are committed to conducting business in socially responsible and ethical manners. We recognize our responsibility to contribute positively and fully believe in giving back.

Since we are just at the beginning of our journey we don’t have any fancy and awesome reports to give yet but we are going to highlight non-profits through blog posts in raising awareness for different causes around the world. 

Charlotteville Pride Community Network

It's Pride month and it's time for me to share about the Charlottesville Pride Community Network! But first I wanted to address that LGBTQ phobia is real and it still exists even if the media doesn't share all the crimes that are happening. Just in recent news, a...

A camp for kids with extra needs

Being a parent can and often is challenging enough in my experiences and when becoming and being a parent of a child with extra needs it becomes a completely different beast. Especially if those extra needs are related to anything medical and could mean the difference...

May is Foster Care Awareness Month

I make no secret about the part that I grew up in Foster Care. I have been to 2 group homes and one family between the ages of 2 and 16 - with different degrees of emotional trauma that I experienced mostly in the foster family but also outside of it from family and...

Jaba – Living Better.Longer.

The other day, a Jaba had their volunteer awards ceremony. It was an honor but also humbling to receive an award for the workshops I co-lead. I think that when you are passionate about something that you are willing to do it for free - at least to some extent anyway....

April is National Donate Life Month

My family has been personally impacted by Organ Donation and without it, my youngest son would probably not have survived his genetic disorder. When he was born we didn't know he had Urea Cycle Disorder - that is something he was diagnosed with at the age of 4. And...

Autism Awarness ​​​Day and Month

Today is Autism Awareness Day but in my family this is every day. But April as a whole is Autism Awareness Month. I've pretty much known most of my kiddo's life that he falls on the spectrum but because his genetic disorder took precedence and some of the behaviors...

Developmental Disability Awareness

Within the United States, one in six, or about 15%, of children aged three through 17 have one or more developmental disabilities. My son is part of this statistic and has developmental disability. And aside from medically related challenges, ensuring that my son...

American Diabetes Association Alert Day

American Diabetes Association Alert Day on March 26, 2019. I would like to write that I or my family aren't impacted by Diabetes but alas it's in my face every single day. A few years ago, my partner was diagnosed with Type 2 but last year they changed his...

Rare Disease Day is February 28

There isn't a parent I met that said: I want a child with a rare disease. And yet the reality is that people are born and/or develop a rare disease. I have given birth to three children incredibly healthy and it never dawned on me that my youngest would be born with a...

Non-Profit Featured Article

Every month we are sharing a special feature about a Nonprofit that is making a difference in the world. Some of these will be in my own local community while other's will be miles away but deserve to be highlighted because of the change they are creating with their...

I’ll be transparent, I don’t know how much or how often we’ll contribute to each of these organizations. We are just getting started in our mission and we understand that business takes time to grow. But this is part of our mission and vision and a fundamental value we want to incorporate from day one.

The hope and the goal is to be able to share reports on a quarterly basis with our readers. Transparency and integrity are at the core of our business.

If there’s an organization you would like featured on our blog, please email us.  

If you work for a non-profit and think they feature is a good fit, please contact us.

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