About Share Some Care

Share Some Care's mission is simple: We believe the world is abundant with individuals like yourself who, when given the data to make informed decisions, will use their abilities and resources to make the world a better place.


Share Some Care is a 100% self-funded grassroots initiative that connects individuals and businesses with excess supplies with local service providers to serve your community. We are a platform to raise awareness of the vital resources front-line responders need to combat today's COVID-19 global crisis. 

Based in Princeton, New Jersey, United States, Share Some Care was started by a group of local high school students who recognized the need for sharing accurate information in times of crisis to mobilize resources to those in need. We're a team of independent advocates focused on human rights who know how to code and respond quickly to challenging situations.

Members of our team have been actively involved in raising awareness and resources for women's and children's issues, the alleviation of poverty, and the global refugee crisis. We have raised awareness of these issues through museum and gallery exhibitions, published articles, talk and presentations around the United States and internationally. Our work has been exhibited by or presented at organizations including Amnesty International, SXSW, TEDx Talks, Middle East Institute, Princeton University, The College of New Jersey, Stevens Institute of Technology, Union Theological Seminary, Rowan University, State University of New York - Cortland, the United Nations Association, The Pennington School (NJ), The George School (PA), and the Museum of Art Fort Collins.

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Meet Our Advisors

Donors can register at the link here.

Organizations requesting supplies can register here.

Use the form below if you would like to contact the team to discuss on other topics. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Share Some Care is a 100% self-funded grassroots initiative that matches individuals and businesses with excess supplies with local service providers to rapidly mobilize critical resources and serve your local community. 

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