Cause Area

  • Animals
  • Arts & Culture
  • Children & Youth
  • Community
  • Disaster Relief


PO BOX 4462COMPTON, CA 90224 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

Stay Together Invest Notice Knowledge INC. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating positive social change and fostering a more equitable and compassionate world. Our mission is to address the critical issues of homelessness, systematic racism, agriculture, mental health, and promoting peace in times of disaster, both locally and globally. Mental health is an essential aspect of overall well-being, and we are committed to destigmatizing mental health issues and expanding access to mental health services. In times of disaster, we believe in spreading peace and providing assistance worldwide. We mobilize our resources, collaborate with other organizations, and engage volunteers to provide immediate relief, long-term recovery support, and sustainable solutions to affected communities. Our aim is to bring hope, unity, and resilience to those impacted by disasters, fostering a sense of peace and restoring normalcy.


Stay Together Invest Notice Knowledge Inc. (STINK) is a non-profit organization dedicated to making a positive impact on communities in need around the world. Our primary focus is on providing assistance and support to disadvantaged areas in various countries, as well as throughout the United States. Our flagship event, "Feed da Need," has gained recognition for its global reach and commitment to helping those facing food insecurity.

Additionally, we are deeply committed to addressing homelessness and poverty in urban areas. In Los Angeles, we have actively supported Skid Row, providing assistance to individuals experiencing homelessness and collaborating with local shelters to create a safe and supportive environment. Family shelters hold a special place in our efforts, as we strive to create stable and nurturing environments for families facing difficult circumstances.


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