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Our mission

To serve the Least, the Last and the Lost. Through an international network of volunteers and philanthropists…

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Our Vision

Our vision is to find each person who needs a helping hand and empower them to become a resource to others…

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Our Leadership

Inspired by the severe shortage of love and affection, basic needs for food, clothes and education, a family…

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How we work

Put On A Smile has several volunteers and workers across the United States, Canada, and India who are actively engaged in indentifying who needs help and provide them with assistance. With help, they smile and when they smile, we smile. We arrange for safe and nurturing places where children can have a meal; seniors can have food that meet their specific nutritional needs; and a chance at stability for adults trying to break the cycle of...

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How Does Poas Help

  • Senior's Program

  • Mobile Food Pantry

  • School Pantry Program

  • Disaster Program

  • Education Program


Our Community Partners

Why Should We Smile

Smiling Can Lift a Bad Mood. Scientists have found that smiling on purpose can help people feel better. Just the
simple act of putting a smile on your face can lead you to feel actual happiness, joy, or amusement. Smiling on purpose changes brain chemistry.

  • Smiling can improve your mood.
  • Even fake smiles do the trick.
  • Smiling helps reduce stress.
  • Smiling makes you more approachable.
  • A smile makes you seem more trustworthy.
  • Smiles are contagious.
  • Smiling boosts your productivity.
  • Smiling makes you more creative.
  • Smiles are free!
  • Smiles may strengthen the body on a cellular level.
  • Smiling actually retrains your brain for the better.

News & Events

why we should Care ?

Poverty is a disgraceful and unjust condition that has always haunted mankind. Most people see the problem as insoluble. They see previous solutions that have failed. Some even think that previous remedies have worsened the condition of the poor. They claim that assisting the poor increases dependency and produces a “culture of poverty” that persists from generation to generation. Some go further and blame the poor for their problems. They think many of the poor are shiftless, lazy, unintelligent, or even parasitic. All that said, there is widespread pessimism about mankind’s ability to reduce the world’s level of poverty and wasted lives. Why is it important to be optimistic...

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