Most Helpful Products you can Donate to in 2017

Posted on Feb 2, 2017

There are an unbelievable number of companies and organizations who need donations. Many of them are for incredibly worthwhile causes. Deciding where to put your money can be a difficult decision. Please find some excellent and worthwhile causes below.

Undercover Colors

Statistics show that out of every six women one will be the victim of an assault. The only answer for an assault induced by drugs is to find a way to make it stop permanently. Undercover Colors has come up with an amazing solution.

When you make a donation your are helping women everywhere. Undercover Colors has produced a nail polish that will change colors if date rape drugs are present in your drink. All you have to do is dip your finger casually into your drink and look at your polish. If the color has changed you have just been saved from a potentially tragic outcome.

Pediatric IV Backpack

This charity helps children who have cancer. One of these children is a little eleven year old named Kylie. She is one of the lucky ones because she survived cancer. She has designed the sweetest backpack for children who are receiving transfusions, undergoing chemotherapy or have similar medical needs. The problem is she needs donations so she will be able to make a working prototype.

This backpack makes it so much easier for a child going to the playroom or one who feels better having certain precious items with them. To help Kylie and all of the other children whose lives have been affected by cancer please visit

3D Printed Prosthetics

Easton LaChappelle made a robotic hand out of Legos, electrical tubing and fishing wire at the age of 14. The hand became an arm which eventually became a 3D invention he was able to operate using his mind. He wanted his prototype to become an affordable device that could help people.

By the age of 18 he had begun his own company. There is a concept in development that will give paraplegics the ability to once again walk. They are also working on the development of robotic arms. The company is called Unlimited Tomorrow’s and they want these devices to be affordable. Easton is raising money for what they need to get this amazing technology on the market. To make a donation to his efforts please visit