Philanthropy

Children In Need

Success in the business world is often defined by growth and expansions, fueled by wanting more. While gaining more is frequently very rewarding, sometimes giving back is even more satisfying. It is the most satisfying and calming and offers the most fulfillment that one can ever attain. It is frequently the most difficult to quantify. While there are many worthy causes globally, we are most passionate about kids. Kids don’t choose where they are born, who their parents are, or what they learn. They are the byproduct of their environment, where they may grow and prosper or become a replica of what they didn’t choose. Kids are the future, they will manage our finance, and economy, and are the future leaders of tomorrow. For all of the above reasons, helping kids is an obvious need. We work with many 501(c)(3)s in:
  • Foster Children and orphans. We provide financial help and mentorship to these young individuals.

  • Families in need. We not only provide financial help, but we also seek to address and correct underlying root causes.

  • Toy Drives. Every kid deserves a toy during all holiday seasons.

  • Pediatric hospice. It’s simply unfair and we try to be there, for the child as well as the parents.
 

The average age of a child entering foster care is 8.

In 2019, more than 120,000 children were waiting to be adopted, while over 670,000 were served by the foster care system.

Foster care children are significantly underinvested in, receiving less than half of what it costs an average American family to raise a child from 0-17 years old.

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Children Waiting to be Adopted
Cancer is the number one cause of death by disease among children.
Approximately 1 in 285 children will be diagnosed with cancer before the age of 20.
Over the recent decades, mortality rates among children with cancer has significantly decreased. This is due to significant advances in treatment.
Today, 85% of children with cancer survive 5 years or more, which is a great increase since the 1970s, when the 5-year survival rate was about 58%.

Mortality rates in childhood cancer in the US between 2000 and 2015

We don’t ask that everyone works with Tadrus Capital and support every cause that we do. But we do ask that you support them one way or another, with or without us. 

Thank you.