ARK is 501 c3 non-profit organization committed to helping less-fortunate and destitute individuals in need by providing them with clothing, shelter, food, and opportunities to better themselves through books and knowledge. ARK will partner with other reputable organizations with the same goals, to collaborate on projects to help those in need. Our goal is to not only provide short-term aid and relief, but to also attempt to rehabilitate people back into the community and the workforce. ARK is committed to helping individuals learn, so that they can better themselves, by providing them with books and helping them help themselves. “The simple good you do is considered an Act of Random Kindness.”
Our vision is to help individuals in need, both abroad and in the United States. We will raise funds through donations and various other fundraising efforts and use those funds to provide food, clothing, education through books and shelter to any individuals in need. We are targeting specific demographics of individuals as we feel that everyone is entitled to a warm meal, clothes on their back, reading capabilities and a roof over their heads.
Act of Random Kindness will partner with other non-profit agencies such as National Educator Program (NEP) along with local churches to provide the same goals; this will enable ARK to distribute goods and services to populations and individuals in need as poverty affects people of all races, genders, and nationalities. ARK will seek out less fortunate individuals and any individuals in need including low income individuals, and seek out aid for them. We are a comprehensive organization, looking at the well-rounded needs of the less fortunate. We will not stop at simply providing a meal, or a coat, or even a book we want to help people become self-sufficient and productive members of society.
Statistics have shown that poverty rates in Brooklyn are at an all-time high. Therefore, ARK will seek out these families, providing aid and essentials as needed.
5301 Snyder Avenue Apt C-2
Brooklyn New York
Mark A. Thompson,President
National Educator Program (NEP)
16532 Spring Park Dr.
Clermont, Fl 34711
9987 Shore Road
Brooklyn NY 11209