Our Stories

Read these real stories about how The Make Sense Foundation is making a real impact in women and children all around the world.

Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa, OK Accelerates Expansion to Provide Meals During Covid-19 Pandemic

Meals on Wheels of Metro Tulsa had planned to launch services in Sapulpa, OK, later this summer, but the COVID-19 crisis left many seniors stranded in their homes. The Make Sense Foundation joined with other local non-profits, the City of Sapulpa Fire Department, and other local volunteers to accelerate the delivery of food and wellness …

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Oklahoma Project Woman Provides Access to Breast Health Care for Uninsured Women

A lack of health insurance has been linked with less access to preventative care, less timely receipt of care, and a lower likelihood of receiving recommended treatment. Studies show that women with no health insurance or limited health insurance tend to be diagnosed with more advanced stages of breast cancer. Oklahoma Project Woman is dedicated …

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Chez Doris Women’s Shelter Foundation, Montreal, Quebec Will Provide Overnight Shelter for Homeless Women

Chez Doris is the only women’s day shelter open 7 days a week in Montreal for all women in difficulty. Services include breakfast and lunch, access to showers, hygienic products and clothing, physical and mental health services, socio-recreational programs, and other support services. Their drop-in program welcomes up to 100 women per day, representing over …

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Project Concern International Will Immunize Babies in Tijuana, Mexico With Help FROM a Make Sense Foundation Grant

The Make Sense Foundation is making a difference for the first time ever in MEXICO through a gift to Project Concern International. The grant will help fund a well-baby clinic and offer immunizations for vulnerable children in Tijuana. SeneGence International Independent Distributors will serve as volunteers at the clinic. SeneGence International is the international skincare …

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Laura’s House in Ladera Ranch, CA offers safety, therapy, and recovery to survivors of domestic violence

Domestic violence is a pervasive social and health problem and continues to be the leading cause of injury to women nationwide. The impact of domestic violence includes physical and psychological trauma, isolation from family and friends, harm to children witnessing or experiencing violence in their homes, homelessness, reduced employability and lost work productivity, substance abuse, …

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Kiefer Pride of Trojanland Band Awarded Grant From Make Sense Foundation to Purchase New Instruments

Some days are pure magic! Long-term Kiefer Public Schools band director Robert Brown has been battling leukemia. Today was a BIG day for him. He learned he is cancer-free! AND he learned that a match has been found for his bone marrow transplant! AND to top it off, the Make Sense Foundation awarded a grant to Kiefer Pride …

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