Supporting Give Kids The World Village
Inspired by his time on Disney's 'All New' Mickey Mouse Club, actor/entrepreneur Dale Godboldo (The People v OJ Simpson) founded the charity Always In The Club Foundation to help end poverty, inequality and climate change.
We also provide critical assistance to families hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our mission began in 2014 as a small fiscally sponsored program. Always In The Club Foundation is now a leading fundraiser for nonprofit initiatives that has helped raise more than $50 million for over 100 charities around the world, and has helped thousands of young people and socially conscious entrepreneurs learn, grow, thrive and give.
Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!
Dale Godboldo (Founder)
Rachel Carlsen (CFO)
A platform for bridging ideas, organizations and influential individuals who are passionate about building a better world for our children.
Supports educational programs, projects, events and outreach campaigns guided by the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
Works to rapidly address the educational needs of at-risk youth in the underserved communities we target.
We are so thankful for this partnership, lots of exciting things coming from this group! They are so eager to help us serve the Cast Member community.
We are truly honored to be a part of this special reunion of the Mickey Mouse Club. Wish children and their families who stay at Give Kids The World are visiting Central Florida with a wish to enjoy Walt Disney World and other Central Florida attractions. The joy that participants will bring to these precious families through their support of this event is immeasurable.
We are grateful to Always in the Club for its efforts to raise awareness for the Brave of Heart Fund. Contributions like this one will allow the fund to support even more families of fallen healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic as they navigate their unimaginable losses.
Music has such a unique ability to heal and unify us, and we’re so grateful for our position to continue to support music creators and professionals in these uncertain times. The direct impact we’ve been able to make on our music community during the pandemic would not be possible without the generosity of partners like Always In The Club.
The Mickey Mouse Club cultivated a culture of diversity and inclusion long before it was brought to the forefront of corporate social responsibility. We are grateful to their organization for pioneering the message to our youth for so long, and also for supporting onePULSE in our effort to fight hate and promote acceptance.
Help us promote diversity & inclusion, and important causes like youth arts & education and supporting the hardest hit by COVID-19. We are a fiscally sponsored 501c3.
“More than a dozen former Mouseketeers reunited virtually to create a 17-track holiday album, Why? Because It's Christmas, that not only delivers sonic cheer, but financial support to those directly impacted by COVID-19. "Go Tell It On The Mountain" brings together all of the artists involved in a powerhouse number.” - Ana Monroy Yglesias
— GRAMMY.com | DEC 17, 2020
The album "Why? Because It's Christmas" debuted at #21 on Billboard and hit #17 on iTunes.
Assisting families of healthcare workers who die fighting COVID-19.
Providing critical assistance to music people in times of need.
She discusses reuniting with her fellow Mouseketeers on music For COVID Relief - Why? Because It’s Christmas
Education liberates the intellect, unlocks the imagination and is fundamental for self-respect. It is the key to prosperity and opens a world of opportunities, making it possible for each of us to contribute to a progressive, healthy society. Learning benefits every human being and should be available to all.
Always In The Club Foundation is guided by the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals that world leaders agreed to for a better world by 2030.
Goal 4 ensures inclusive and equitable quality education and promotes lifelong learning opportunities for all.
Learn more about the Global Goals.
Always In The Club has partnered with Entertainment for Change™ (EFC) on the Impact Artist™ Institute. We work to amplify young voices and create a new kind of leader that is empowered to make the social and environmental change necessary for a sustainable future.
We use EFC's 501(c)(3) status to educate, empower, and co-create with a global community of Impact Artists™ that utilize their creativity and artistic expression to breathe life into the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals
Supporting Give Kids The World & onePULSE Foundation
Supporting Give Kids The World & onePULSE Foundation
Mouseketeers went home to Walt Disney World for an epic 3-day experience celebrating all facets of Disney, Marvel and Star Wars.
The DIS Family Reunion benefitted Give Kids The World Village and their work to provide cost-free vacations to critically ill children and their families.
During the height of the pandemic, Journey's Arnel Pineda teamed up with En Vogue's Rhona Bennett and several of her fellow 90's Mouseketeers to record Peter Gabriel's classic song supporting social impact efforts through our MMC'89 Initiative.
Always In The club is co-developing "Be Great!" - a new TV series that spotlights individuals, events and organizations doing good. You can also join us every Monday and Friday at 4 PM PST on CLUBHOUSE as we spotlight those who are advancing humanity and the planet with social impact solutions.
Always In The Club, LLC is a separate social enterprise that produces projects and events in partnership with Always In The Club Foundation. Join us in celebrating one of the most iconic and impactful television shows in history - the 90's 'All New' Mickey Mouse Club.
Always In The Club Foundation
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