Labors of Love
Michael and Andrea Zomber support various philanthropic organizations based on their own values of love, compassion and peaceful resolution of conflict. These organizations are listed here to encourage others to support them.
Antiwar.com and the Randolph Bourne Institute are committed to free speech and to giving a voice to the anti-war movement without the intense pressure placed on traditional media outlets. All RBI projects provide a forum where the entire political spectrum – libertarian, left, right and centrist can join together.
Global Exchange is a human rights organization dedicated to promoting social, economic and environmental justice around the world, in the belief that just peace is essential to a vibrant democracy. Global Exchange seeks to increase awareness about the constant military interventions being carried out in name of democracy.
Amnesty International gives voice to those silenced by incarceration or tortured for speaking out about human rights abuses in their own countries.
Disabled American Veterans ensures that those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for freedom and democracy live dignified lives despite being forgotten by their government.
UNICEF saves the lives of hundreds of thousands of children each year by its worldwide efforts to end hunger and care for children with AIDS, malaria, and other life-threatening diseases.
Doctors Without Borders delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics and natural and man-made disasters in nearly 70 countries. Each year, its volunteer doctors, nurses, water-and-sanitation experts, administrators, and other professionals embark on more than 3,400 aid missions.
The Smile Train provides free cleft palate surgery and related treatment for children who would otherwise never receive it – helping children would otherwise never eat and speak, go to school, get jobs or smile.
Get Lit's purpose is to help underserved Southern California high school students discover their own voice, using literature, writing and performance as tools. At Get Lit the thoughts of youth matter.