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We can't say enough about this organization--it's well-organized and professional, but also personal. The staff are extremely dedicated and the results speak for themselves. It's rare to find such a win-win... more
For 21 years, CAUSE (Center for Asian Americans United for Self-Empowerment) has been aligning the empowerment of the Asian American... more »
- Pasadena, CA
This is a very worthwhile organization who is using toward actual legal rights of animals starting with chimps. They have... more »
- Coral Springs, FL
To help people and family in a personal way. Service Members needs this organization. more »
- Sunbury, OH
Sojourn is an organization that goes over and beyond the mission. It is changing the lives of our next generation by sharing... more »
- San Brovo, CA
I went in to the prison with the Director of this program for a year and it was truly a wonderful experience. To see the guys... more »
- Morrisville, PA
This is a fraudulent organization. It forfeited its existence due to non payment of taxes, and yet is still collecting donations... more »
- San Antonio, TX
After years of unofficial background advising to Woodhull, I was asked to join the Board two years ago and get to see how things... more »
- Washington, DC
After having worked for Disabled Citizens Alliance for 2 years, I am shocked to find out that they are not under the jurisdiction... more »
- Viburnum, MO
This is an excellent organization to join. The Sacramento Chapter is very active in the community and working with the youth.... more »
- North Highlands, CA
As of December 18, 2013, I have been an active volunteer with this organization for 6 months. I have witnessed various community... more »
- St. Louis, MO
Civil rights exist to protect every race, gender, age, and religion from discrimination. Civil rights movements have occurred throughout history promoting these freedoms, but there is still much to fight for.
It is important to demonstrate the value of learning and accepting a different culture. Fortunately, many organizations exist to teach us that everyone deserves the same freedoms, regardless of what they believe or the color of their skin.
You can help promote tolerance in your community, too. Get involved now by finding a civil rights nonprofit near you.