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I am a volunteer at In-Sync. I am very proud to be at a facility that cares so much for the cats that are under our care. We strive daily to make their lives more enjoyable. Our only reward is the... more
Project Jason has been a huge support to my family through such an UN imaginable experience. They're consultative, and knowledgeable... more »
- Yakima, WA
I love Rice Depot! They serve such a need in our community! I began 3 years ago in my current position as school counselor at... more »
- Little Rock, AR
Sara Napoli wrote:
This is a small but mighty organization that is achieving great things with few resources. Is there anything more worthwhile... more »
- Santa Ana, CA
Well, here there I was at the Okanogan Fire complex, hurting for staff and infrastructure and in drive Joe and Deb to offer the... more »
- Fort Worth, TX
AMPHS exemplifies what a non-profit organization should look like on the ground, in the trenches, in the belly of the community.... more »
- Brooklyn, NY
I am with the Connecticut Patriot Guard Riders MIAP Project and once we identify the Veterans I travel to the city/town they came... more »
- Grants Pass, OR
While I didn't get to meet the men and women personally (detailed out of my house that day) I came back my next work day to a... more »
- Sacramento, CA
Kids In Danger is a valuable organization particularly in safekeeping helpless and innocent children and their caretakers in the... more »
- Chicago, IL
I responded to Vanuatu as part of the medical team and had a great experience. The team was very professional, organized dedicated... more »
- New York, NY
I'll tell you upfront: I am the President of Paramedics for Children, so I might be somewhat biased when I talk about us. I... more »
- Charlotte, NC
In the United States alone there were over 700 disaster and weather related deaths in 2011. From the tsunami and earthquake in Japan, to drought in Africa, to floods in Australia, the world has been struck with many natural disasters in the past few years.
Natural disasters can be traumatic for everyone involved. Fortunately there are many organizations that work to provide relief for the survivors and help them return to a normal life.
You can be a part of the recovery process by helping a disaster aid organization in your area.