C4SI partners with other 501(c)(3) public charities dealing with food insecurity, housing insecurity, economic insecurity, etc. and supplements their distributions with funded $ecurity Cards. We use these Distribution Partners to gate access to C4SI $ecurity Cards through their existing trust networks. These organizations know the needs of their clientele best, and can target $ecurity Card distribution to their most effective ends.
In December 2021, we made our first ever distribution to our Distribution Partners. We delivered $10,558 in $ecurity Cards and retail debit cards and our Distribution Partners helped us gather data, receive feedback, test assumptions, and improve our distribution program.
In March 2022, we distributed another $4,500 in $ecurity Cards and retail debit cards to our Distribution Partners and continued to accumulate testimonials.
In November 2022, we distributed another $17,000 in $ecurity Cards and retail debit cards to our Distribution Partners. You can read a sample of the testimonials from those that received Target cards, pictures and testimonials from those that received $ecurity Cards, and review data measuring how the $ecurity Cards are being used.
In Novmber 2023, distributed another $34,662 in $ecurity Cards and retail debit cards to our Distribution Partners. You can read pictures and testimonials from those that received $ecurity Cards, and review data measuring how the $ecurity Cards are being used.
On this page, you can learn more about the six Distribution Partners with which we currently work and the great work they are doing to bring aid & comfort to those living in poverty.
Cocoa Packs is a non-profit organization based in Hershey, PA providing supplemental food & other support to local children in need to enhance their overall wellness. To learn more about the organization, please visit www.CocoaPacks.org
Arsola's Distribution Center and Community Services is a non-profit organization based in Oakland, CA. Its mission is to provide safe, comfortable, stable housing and support services, to bring about social, behavioral and economic growth and advancement for individuals struggling to build a better way of life. To learn more about the organization, please visit www.arsola.org
I AM Recycling, Inc., is a nonprofit corporation founded to end recidivism, offering transitional housing, support groups, and job training and development to those returning to society. I AM Recycling, Inc. also offers a year round program to provide children with opportunities that expose them to new and exciting experiences, while providing them with a vision for a successful path into adulthood.
Trinity Center’s mission is a doorway to opportunity for homeless and working poor people. We give care and hope to each person through supported access to services and resources. We invite everyone to participate in our mission. To learn more, visit https://trinitycenterwc.org/
Fair Tide provides deeply affordable housing and supportive services to individuals and families experiencing homelessness in the seacoast region of Maine and NH. To learn more about the organization, please visit https://www.fairtide.org/
Vista Village is Ohio’s first transitional living program utilizing tiny homes and on-site wraparound supportive services to serve those experiencing homelessness. This innovative model centers around creating a supportive community where residents can heal, thrive and build a better future. To learn more about the organization, please visit https://www.vistavillage.org/