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As a nonprofit, K9s for Warriors is tremendously successful from recruiting volunteers, to providing care and training for the wounded warriors and their service dogs, and managing such an phenomenal organization.... more
The Spokane Interfaith Council is a diverse group of people with a passion for fostering interfaith dialogue and understanding... more »
- Spokane, WA
Gary V. wrote:
The Delta Foundation has taken a leading role in Pittsburgh's LGBT scene. Bringing Pittsburgh Out is the best way to describe... more »
- Pittsburgh, PA
I joined late last year (2012 ) and wish now I had done my homework! This non-profit is a sham! Their events are not unique -... more »
- Los Angeles, CA
The workers of this entire company are generous and very unselfish people! They work hard to take care and maintain a high quality... more »
- Aberdeen, WA
Richard E. wrote:
Nauset Neighbors is an all-volunteer organization with no paid staff. Volunteers provide all of the effort needed to help the... more »
- Wellfleet, MA
The Fascinating Learning Factory is dedicated to improving the quality of educational media for middle school ages and up. Their... more »
- Boulder, CO
Marriage Equality USA is doing the ground work for the national marriage equality movement. The Executive Director is a great... more »
- Oakland, CA
This organization is beneath contempt. Rocinante board members stole my house and the houses of several other old and disabled... more »
- Summertown, TN
I was unfairly denied benefits that were due to my family and GLSP took on the case and were able to request and access a fair... more »
- Atlanta, GA
Great organization with a staff that truly cares about assisting people with disabilities! more »
- Tulsa, OK
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.