Welcome to the
Whitedove Foundation

Created in loving memory of Michelle Whitedove, to honour her legacy and support the humanitarian projects she cared about.


Focus on Children

Most of Michelle's humanitariann efforts went towards orphans & unpriviliged children. Supporting international and national projects like the Lily Dale Children’s College scholarship fund.


$478,794 Raised For Charity

100% of the sales genereated through Michelle Whitedove's NFT went towards "Save The Children". Thanks to everyone who participated, together we can move mountains!

"Love is the strongest force in the universe”

Michelle Whitedove

She has been featured on TV around the globe and in the HBO Documentary: “No One Dies in Lily Dale” a film that showcases her gifts.

Michelle is the author of 9 books and was a frequent speaker at events and conferences around the world.

As an expert in her field, she has been featured on some of North America's most conservative shows; interviewed on The TODAY Show, ABC TV's "190 North", CBS News, FOX News, WGN SuperStation Morning News, PBS TV's "View Points", Coast To Coast, CTV News, “Breakfast TV” Canada, the Alan Colmes show, and NPR to discuss the reality of psychic abilities and after death communication.

She was also invited to give a reading to Patti Stanger, BRAVO TV's Millionaire Matchmaker.

More on her website
"Good Karma is like scoring Brownie Points in Heaven"

Causes we care about




Abandoned Animals


People with disabilities


Children in Africa

Projects we are supporting


Children’s College Scholarship Fund

After the HBO Documentary "No One Dies in Lily Dale" Michelle contributed to the Scholarship Fund.

Donated: over $10,000
Children Worldwide

Save The Children International

With the Michelle Whitedove NFT sale we were able to raise funds for Children in need. Thanks to everyone who contributed!

Raised: $478,794
Local Children

Peninsula Family Service

Michelle has been supporting this small charity, that helps children & families that live below the poverty line.

Contributed: over $30,000