How we help.
Nevada's Act of Random Kindness Charity (NARKC) is a recognized tax exempt 501 (c)(3) public charity. Services are provided in the states of Nevada and Texas. Texas Act of Random Kindness Charity (TARKC), is the Texas chapter operating under the umbrella of Nevada Act of Random Kindness Charity-NARKC, registered with the state of Texas. Our focus is domestic economic development charity for Disabled individuals and single parent families. We are an “improving” organization. Determined to making a real change in society, NARKC's focus is not just giving handouts, but changing a family's condition all together. We temporarily aid families while training them how to help sustain themselves for the long term.
We also assist families that have physical and psychological challenged members in the state of Nevada and Texas by providing them opportunities not afforded them by conventional organizations. We do this through one random act of kindness at a time.
"Sustain Project At The Hull House"
The Sustain Program is a new program. The Sustain Program will be provided at a new NARKC/TARKC facility "Hull House". The Sustain Program is an economic development program that focuses on eliminating poverty by providing temporary services and job/skill training, to low-income single parent families or two parent families where one of the parent is deemed disabled; so they are able to sustain themselves. Focusing on changing families conditions for the long term.
Credit: The original "Hull house" was created by Jane Adams in 1889. To learn more about how she helped train people how to sustain themselves click here.