Roqué actively supports the following causes and non-profit organizations.  Please consider donating or sharing.

Time Out Youth Center offers support, advocacy, and opportunities for personal development and social interaction to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) youth ages 11-20.  TOY provides a safe environment for LGBTQ youth and their allies by fostering interaction, learning and affirmation.  They build a youth’s self-concept to its fullest potential through uniquely targeted programming and offer diverse opportunities for group activities that are open to all and closed to none.  They promote awareness, understanding, acceptance, and inclusion for LGBTQ youth.  Please donate HERE.


Raising Malawi supports orphans and vulnerable children in Malawi through health, education and community support.  They have constructed and operate the Mercy James Institute of Pediatric Surgery and Intensive Care, Malawi’s first pediatric surgery and intensive care unit.  Over 5,600 children benefit from the primary and secondary schools Raising Malawi constructed in 2013, and more than 700 orphans are supported through comprehensive health, vocational and HIV awareness programs each year.  Please donate HERE.


The Rocky Mountain Institute is helping the people of emerging economies to leapfrog straight to the clean energy revolution; changing the way we move people and goods to save money and the environment; creating a clean, resilient, and affordable electricity system that produces less pollution and climate-altering CO2; and driving massive market growth for healthy and efficient homes, offices, schools, and gathering places.  Please donate HERE.


As of 2017, it has been three years since Save the Elephants and Wildlife Conservation Network established the Elephant Crisis Fund with the aim of averting the destruction of elephants in Africa. This was a huge undertaking that required identifying which collapsing elephant populations could best be helped, and choosing the most effective partners to support.

To date, the Elephant Crisis Fund has funded some of the best-conceived interventions in the most critical hotspots to stop the killing, stop the trafficking, and stop the demand for ivory.  To help save these amazing and gentle creatures, please donate HERE.

Pet Community Center’s goal is to make Nashville a community that provides live outcomes for all healthy and treatable shelter animals – with the result being a 90 percent live release rate at the Metro Nashville animal shelter.  Their methods for achieving this goal is to focus on prevention programs such as spay/neuter and veterinary wellness care and to provide services that help keep pets in loving homes. They have focused on community cats since their inception in 2011 and continue to focus on this critical population of animals in the greater Nashville community.  Please donate HERE.