Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 2:43 PM

Help Nicki Pick Charities!

Posted by User

Nicki Minaj wants to make some charitable donations and help raise money for worthy causes, but she's looking for your input!

What charity means a lot to you? What organization should she and the Barbz help raise money and awareness for?  Tell us the name of the organization and why.  Post your response in the form of a comment here.  We'll take the top charities posted and make an exclusive user
poll with that data for everyone to vote.

Please keep your suggestion to 100 words or less and and only make one charity suggestion per person. 

Thank you!

  1. RomanReloadedd avatar

    On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 12:10 AM, RomanReloadedd said:

    ** I think we should help with breast cancer! , either that or a youth and community charity or something that has to to do with helping out teens. I can be that user who polls that data for everyone to vote.! **

  2. D Minaj avatar

    On Sun, Apr 21, 2013 at 10:03 AM, D Minaj said:

    GreenPeace or Amnesty International!

  3. LLMDL avatar

    On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 5:27 PM, LLMDL said:

    Heartbeat International
    Heartbeat Interantional's mission is to save lives globally by providing cardiovascular implantable devices and treatment to the needy people of the world. Its Vision is to: To create a world class charitable foundation with successful global strategic partners and to expand its mission to include robust programs in Education, Prevention and Treatment striving to combat cardiovascular disease worldwide. To date Heartbeat International has saved the lives of over 10,000 people in 25 countries across the globe. However, Cardiovascular Disease is the world's NUMBER ONE killer and its impact on the globe is becoming more and more. Through its One Heart Global Cardiovascular Alliance, Heartbeat International is working to halt cardiovscular disease through the support of individuals, corporations, NGOs, civic organizations, institutions, industry, and healthcare professionals, Heartbeat International's global movement to save lives has the momentum required to take its message around the world, to expand the reach of what the do, and be recognized as one of the leading authorities for the principles, practices, and policies of cardiology.
    For more information, please visit

  4. PinkMalibu avatar

    On Mon, Apr 8, 2013 at 1:34 AM, PinkMalibu said:

    I think Nicki should pick Breast Cancer as a charity. Nicki is such an empowered woman who reaches out to many young adults.
    I believe with such powerful fans, she can send the message to all women to get examined.
    Those who are already diagnosed with Breast Cancer, I believe she can send an even powerful message "Do not give up hope..even if you are in the late stages."
    With so many young women looking up to her, it is only right that Nicki supports finding ways to improve Breast Cancer treatment.
    Also, Nicki represents the color pink. It's only relative that she spreads her love for pink for a good cause.

  5. Marijusto avatar

    On Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 10:47 PM, Marijusto said:

    Greenpeace to save the Artic, is urgent!!!!!!!!11

  6. kittybarbz avatar

    On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 9:54 PM, kittybarbz said:

    There's something i recently saw it and it really did BREAK MY HEART.
    in south china, raccoon dogs are being tortured.....or should i say SKINNED ALIVE and other animals as well are living the life in hell...... it's so disturbing, i don't really know how to stop it but i've signed a lot of petitions and all.
    WE NEED TO STOP ANIMAL ABUSE just look at these links!
    nicki if you're reading this....thank you.

  7. Juli Barbato avatar

    On Fri, Feb 22, 2013 at 11:05 PM, Juli Barbato said:

    OMG, Nicki! PLEASE make an old broad happy and consider supporting--I mean, even just Liking the page will probably help--NEST (Nurturing Exceptional Souls Together), whose mission is to help adults over 40 w/Down syndrome and their single sibling caretaker (or surviving parent) to gain residence in intentional (i.e., cohousing) communities to be built (throughout the United States) with this main purpose in mind. I started this fledgling nonprofit in honor of my brother John (aka Guppy dearest), an adult w/Down syndrome whom I took care of by myself for 7 years (he died in Sept. 2012; I'm bereft...). Please ask your people to have a look at the FB page, to read the "About" section. Oh, Guppy would be so psyched, may he have fun in heaven, and so will I. In any case, I adore you. It's a pleasure getting to know you via *Idol*; I wish you were my daughter. <3

  8. lucy_BARBx avatar

    On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 4:19 PM, lucy_BARBx said:


    Rethink is a charity supporting adolescents and their families with mental illnesses.

  9. Jlatigue avatar

    On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 12:35 AM, Jlatigue said:

    Nicki. I am a social worker in Franklin, VA and my department is conducting fundraising events now through June to raise money for Child Abuse Prevention, April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. We are collecting donations from local companies, auctioning off tickets and items we have gotten from sports teams, and we are wrapping up with a Poker Run on June 1st. We have done fundraisers for Child Abuse the last 2 years and we are hoping to raise more money than our previous years this year with all the help and support we can get for this worthy cause.

  10. Mia Hall avatar

    On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 2:43 PM, Mia Hall said:

    Hi Nikki!

    PowerPlay, NYC - a program that educates and empowers young women through sports - gave me an opportunity of a lifetime to come out of the *PINK* Houses projects in Brooklyn to eventually graduate from Harvard University. I believe you should support them because they are on a mission to help young women nationwide become more confident, competent and connected to other positive young women. After I joined this program at 16, I was inspired to take my education seriously, dream big, and gain mentors that lasted a lifetime. For more info, visit: or Thanks!

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