Non-Profit Donation Recipients

Mayway has donated money and products to many non-profit organizations to further help their cause. Below is a short list of some of those organizations.

Alameda County Community Food Bank

Alameda County Community Food Bank has been in business since 1985. They are the hub of a vast collection and distribution network that provides food for 275 nonprofit agencies in Alameda County. In 2012, the Food Bank distributed 23.2 million pounds of food, 53% of it fresh fruit and vegetables. The Food Bank distributes enough food for 380,000 meals weekly. More about the Food Bank.

Acupuncture Relief Project

ARP provides extremely effective and cost efficient primary care in Nepal and facilitates an excellent training experience for their volunteer practitioners. In 2012, their Third World Medicine Immersion Program continued to attract passionate and qualified volunteer practitioners who provided over 10,000 patient visits at their clinic facilities in Nepal. These volunteers worked six days a week to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to people in remote under served areas in Nepal. More about ARP.

Acupuncturists Without Borders

Acupuncturists Without Borders (AWB) provides immediate disaster relief and recovery to communities that are in crisis resulting from disaster or human conflict. AWB is committed to creating alliances with local community based organizations and treating all who have been affected - survivors, first responders, emergency personnel and other care providers More about AWB.

California Police Activities League (PAL)

The mission of California PAL is uniting law enforcement and communities by providing youth programs which develop discipline, positive self-image, mutual trust and respect. California PAL holds many different types of boys & girls youth sporting events along with many other enriching youth activities that are conducted in a safe, supervised environment. California PAL is California's largest juvenile crime prevention program with the active participation of over 300,000 youth. More about California PAL.

Charlotte Maxwell Complementary Clinic (CMCC)

The Charlotte Maxwell Complementary Clinic (CMCC) provides complementary integrative medicine (CIM) treatments and safety net social services free of charge to over 800 low-income women with cancer. Over 400 volunteer practitioners offer acupuncture, Chinese and western herbs, massage, homeopathy and guided imagery in a comprehensive case management model. Safety net social services include emergency funds, transportation, interpretation, yoga and cooking classes, lymphedema workshops and an organic foods program. CMCC also has an In-Home Comfort Care Program for clients with end-stage cancer. Open since 1991, CMCC has 2 clinics - downtown Oakland and San Francisco Mission district.More about CMCC.

Global Acupuncture Project

The Global Acupuncture Project (GAP) (formerly The PanAfrican Acupuncture Project) is a not-for-profit educational organization that encourages community empowerment and wellness by training local health-care providers how to use simple, effective acupuncture protocols to treat the symptoms of HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis, dengue, and other debilitating conditions. Treatments, as provided by the Trainees, serve to reduce pain and suffering, improve quality of life, and help to instill a greater sense of hope. GAP works with local governmental and nongovernmental agencies and health-care facilities to improve access to and effectiveness of care through collaboration with Western and traditional health-care modalities. More about Global Acupuncture Project.

Mindful Medicine Worldwide

Mindful Medicine Worldwide is a non-profit organization established in 2009 in order to bring long-term integrative health care to people of developing areas, domestically and internationally, by establishing and operating integrative health care clinics. At this time Mindful Medicine is operating 2 acupuncture clinics in Nepal. Their next site of operation will be Thailand on the Thai-Burmese border, beginning sometime in the next few years. More about Mindful Medicine.


UNICEF was created out of the belief that nurturing and caring for children are the cornerstones of human progress. They work wtih others to overcome the obstacles that poverty, violence, disease, and discrimination place in a child's path. They are active inmore than 190 countries and territories through country programs and National Committees. More about UNICEF.

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