At Kegelbell, giving back to the community is our top priority. That's why we have a number of charities that we're actively involved in and contribute to.
Kegelbell, at it's heart, is a human rights centered organization and we donated to support the NAACP's efforts to stop hate crimes and protect the civil rights of people of color.
Dr. Schull, our founder, taught at University about the contemporary problem of modern slavery, and in particular, sex slavery and she has long been trying to raise awareness about this gross violation of human rights.
While she works hard to promote sexual freedom, she feels equally strongly that sex should never be weaponized or used as an instrument of torture or control.
As such, the charity Kegelbell is most aligned with is Operation Underground Railroad. Please consider donating as well to this noble organization.
We’re so proud of Dr. Dakkak, one of Kegelbell's lead medical advisors who is currently on the frontlines of COVID-19 and pregnant women's health at Boston Medical Center that we donated in her honor to the BMC Coronavirus relief fund .
Jennifer Vollmann, you may have seen her in our Youtube series, is a very active volunteer at this museum and we love the mission it has to educate children, so we donated in honor of Jennifer and her daughter.
We couldn't be more proud of support the Sojourner Center. It's a residential program in Arizona has grown to a facility with the capacity for 124 shelter beds and 32 transitional housing apartments.
Sojourner Center helps nearly 10,000 individuals in the community each year and provides shelter services to an average of 1,000 individuals per year;
of these, about 50% are children and 48% of these children are under the age of 5. Sojourner Center recognizes the importance of pets as family members by providing shelter to families and their pets fleeing domestic violence. This service is provided at no cost. Only 5% of domestic violence shelters in the U.S. accept pets.