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Causes: Children & Youth, Children & Youth Services, Human Services, Philanthropy, Philanthropy, Charity & Voluntarism Promotion, Youth Development Programs

Mission: Our mission is to help alleviate world poverty for the vulnerable among us - children and displaced mothers who are victims of violence throughout the world. We are currently operating within Latin America providing humanitarian assistance and support to orphanages, foundations and rural schools through educational programs, sports and other extracurricular activities.Our emblem represents the power of giving and compassion. The logo is a white cloud in the shape of a heart with the right side larger, because our motivation comes straight from the heart: we work for the most vulnerable among us. This heart represents a globe in the air, making an allusion to the name "High Cloud" and to the fact that the dreams of human beings do not have limits, as well as our vocation and our commitment to serve others to alleviate the poverty in the world.

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High Cloud has failed to document its public service for the past several years. it has not filed its required IRS Form 990s. Hence, the public does not know what it commits and spends it monies on. Requests for copies of its financial go unanswered. When looking at its declared activities, there is very little to justify its status as a 501c3. High Cloud's most recent activity on its website is from over 1 year ago...when its board members traveled to Columbia South America and taught a class on brushing ones teeth and dispensed pens and toilet paper.

It's difficult to contribute to this organization if all its funds are dedicated to personal travel of the board members for such marginal impact.