Our Community

At We Fund Funerals, we live by our motto, "Our Family Helping Your Family". We choose charity organizations that have mission statements that align themselves with our values. Our community evolves around families, good health, exercise, progressive treatments and long relationships. We fund charities that have very low costs structures like us at We Fund Funerals. Be comfortable that a portion of your processing fees are being donated back into the community through contributions and actions. Below are a few of the charities that we providing funding on an on-going basis. Thank you for your trust, support, friendship and relationships.

Miami Dolphin DCC Ride - 100% of every dollar raised by DCC riders is donated to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer at the University of Miami to tackle cancer. Donated 2011, 2012, and 2013. Launched in 2010, the Dolphins Cycling Challenge (“DCC”) is a two-day tri-county charity cycling event. The purpose of the DCC is to increase cancer awareness, encourage healthy hobbies, and raise funds for the University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. In 2011, DCC II raised $1,070,000 for Sylvester, more than doubling the funds raised in the 2010 inaugural ride. The DCC has donated over $1.6 million to Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center since 2010.

Junior Achievement of South Florida - donated 2012. Core purpose – to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in a global economy. Core values - Belief in the boundless potential of young people; Commitment to the principles of market-based economics; Passion for what we do and honest, integrity, and excellence in how we do it; Respect for the talents, creativity, perspectives, and backgrounds of all individuals; Belief in the power of partnership and collaboration; Conviction in the educational and motivational impact of relevant, hands-on learning.

UNCF – United Negro College Fund – donated 2012.
At a time when a college degree is what a high school diploma was to previous generations—the minimum entry-level requirement for almost every well-paying career—UNCF plays a critical role in enabling more than 60,000 students each year to attend college and get the education they need and that the nation needs them to have. To live up to the ideal expressed in UNCF’s universally-recognized motto, "A mind is a terrible thing to waste," UNCF helps students go to and through college by:

  • Awarding 10,000 students each year through 400 scholarship and internship programs so that students from low- and moderate-income families can afford college tuition, books and room and board
  • Providing operating funds for its 38 member colleges, all of them small, private institutions that offer a small-college experience at tuitions that average more than 30 percent less than those at comparable colleges and universities
  • Serving as a national advocate for the importance of education for all Americans by serving as the voice of students of color through its annual television program, UNCF An Evening of Stars®, a national public service announcement campaign built around “A mind is a terrible thing to waste”® and commentary in national media.

Epsilon Nu Delta Mortuary Fraternity, Inc. - National Chapter - Epsilon Nu Delta Mortuary Fraternity, Inc. is a non-profit organization for members of the mortuary profession. Its organization in June 1942, sparked from the spirit of fellowship and camaraderie among students who met as a study club at Worsham College of Mortuary Science, Chicago, Illinois, in an effort to help each other in their common endeavor to study the art of their chosen profession. In 1942 the original constitution was written by the students of Worsham College.

More about Epsilon Nu Delta Mortuary Fraternity, Inc.,

  • A Greek organization that began with twenty-five charter members of male and female students and professional morticians. Its chapters are named from the Greek alphabet as they are formed.
  • The purpose is to create good will and cooperation within the profession, to raise standards and to foster leadership for the profession and the community wherein its members reside. Our motto is "Science and Service".
  • Devoted to the education of its members by providing ongoing educational seminars and published updates in order to increase their professional skills to serve the needs of their community.

Ronald McDonald House - Pedal 4 Kids - Since 1981, Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC)® of South Florida has been dedicated to helping local children live happier, healthier and more productive lives by supporting health care and medical research programs, education and the arts, and civic and social programs. Its cornerstone program, the Ronald McDonald House®, provides a "home away from home' for families with ill children receiving treatment at nearby pediatric medical facilities in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

RMHC of South Florida also awards grants to local not-for-profit organizations serving children through a portion of donations from McDonald’s customers and Global Ronald McDonald House Charities matching grants. For more information about the charity, please call 1-877-764-2735 or visit www.rmhcsouthflorida.org.

LIVELONG Benefiting LIVESTRONG - LIVELONG Benefiting LIVESTRONG is a two-day event with a 5K run/walk, a half marathon and a ride event October 13–14 in support of the thousands of people battling cancer every day. The ride is one of the most beautiful charity rides in the country, alongside the crystal clear, green Atlantic Ocean and its white sandy beaches, over the intra-coastal causeways filled with beautiful boats and yachts, you'll navigate some great bridges along the route.

There are plenty of rest stops offering hydration, snacks and cheering. And of course, SAG support is offered along the way. Ride distances are 10.2, 31 or 62 miles. David and Marshall completed the 62 mile event raising significant funds for this cause.