Since it’s founding, Nextaff has donated 10% of it’s net Franchise Fees to charity.  Here are some of the great organizations we are proud to support:

Warriors for Willow

www.warriorsforwillow.com

Willow Cannan was diagnosed in May 2016 with a rare genetic disease, Multiple Sulfatase Deficiency (MSD).

No treatment exists for this rare genetic disease that erodes all skills, knowledge, and body function until the child passes away, usually before 10 years of age. New children are being discovered with this rare disorder each year. Help us save these children. Help us fund a cure.

Charlies House

www.charlieshouse.org

On November 1, 2007, Charlie Horn, a 2-year-old boy, was killed when he attempted to climb a 30″ dresser in his home. It was through this tragedy that Charlie’s House was born.

What started as a memorial and an outpouring of public support has grown into a 501 (c)(3) not for profit organization with safety at its core – dedicated to keeping the community informed and engaged when it comes to preventing injuries to children in and around the home.

As part of this mission, Charlie’s House participates in and sponsors community-wide events to provide home safety information. Plans are also underway to raise funds for a safety demonstration house that will provide adults with real-life demonstrations, examples and resources on children’s safety.

Supporting Kids Foundation

www.supportingkids.org

Founded in 2009 by neighbors and friends in Lenexa, Kansas, Supporting Kids Foundation is dedicated to helping families battling childhood cancer. We want to make sure parents remain focused on being by their child’s side during treatment and not worrying about bills that pile up at home.

In The Name of Grace

www.inthenameofgrace.org

In The Name of Grace is a not-for-profit organization that gives hope to recovering addicts.  The charity raises funds and advocates for Oxford House.  

Be Legendary Landon Daniel Foundation

www.belegendaryfoundation.org

 On July 19th, 2018, Landon Daniel passed away from a tragic auto accident.  Landon was only 17 and would have been an incoming senior at at Olathe Northwest High School.  He was a huge fan of all sports, but particularly the University of Kansas and KU Basketball.  His lifelong goal was to attend KU in the Fall of 2019 to pursue his passion of Sports Broadcasting.  

In 2019 we formed The Be Legendary Landon Daniel Foundation. We hope this might benefit those that shared the same passions he held.  Who knows, one of the recipients may become a professional athlete or a broadcaster on ESPN one day.