How can I be sure that A Vision of Redemption is a legitimate non-profit?
We are a 501(c)(3) in good standing and approved to operate by the IRS of the United States. We are registered with the charities division of the state of Florida. We file a 990 IRS report that shows all donations received, the expenses of A Vision of Redemption. This report is available to the public upon request.
Who is A Vision of Redemption?
AVOR is a 100% volunteer staffed 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded in 2012. Our purpose is to serve those who need it most, specifically as it relates to families affected by incarceration.
Who are the members of your organization?
AVOR is lead by its Founder/President Robin Figueroa, Co–Founder/Vice President C. Ellim Figueroa, and Board members Derrick Rountree, Joseph Browne, and Natalia Garcia.
How did A Vision of Redemption start?
Robin Figueroa found her passion for helping others through her own family’s personal experiences. She was inspired by her brother’s incarceration to start A Vision of Redemption in hopes that her brother would soon be exonerated.
How is A Vision of Redemption funded?
A Vision of Redemption is funded by donations, benefactors and sponsors.
If I donate to A Vision of Redemption, where does my money go?
Operating expenses of A Vision of Redemption are normally below 5% of donations received, so 95% or more of what you give goes directly to families.
If I donate to Help the Helpless, will my name be sold or shared with any other organization?
No. We hold our benefactors’ names in strictest confidence and do not share or sell their information to any other organization. Nor will you ever receive a direct appeal for money from us.
How can I help A Vision of Redemption?
– Spread the word and raise awareness (like us on Facebook and Follow us on Twitter)
Where do I send my donation?
Donations can be made online via PayPal or you may send your donation to our mailing address:
A Vision of Redemption, Inc.
43 S Powerline Road #457
Pompano Beach, Florida 33069