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I work for the nonprofit, The National Humane Education Society, and we partnered with Hand in Paw for a week-long outreach visit to Alabama to teach nearly 2,000 Birmingham elementary students about kindness... more
I know this review isn't meant to comment on the staff of Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC). We are a very... more »
- Fort Worth, TX
Project Jason has been a huge support to my family through such an UN imaginable experience. They're consultative, and knowledgeable... more »
- Yakima, WA
What an amazing experience tonight! I volunteered at the Hunger Fight Packing Event in Jacksonville and could not be more pleased... more »
- Jacksonville, FL
Cribs for Kids® National Infant Safe Sleep Initiative is proud to be working Kids in Danger to help save babies from accidental,... more »
- Chicago, IL
I have been with Fountains of Hope to install purification systems in Haiti and Nepal after their earthquakes. This being said,... more »
- Indianapolis, IN
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
Emergency Ministries is involved with the first responders that are the everyday heroes in our community that see the worst that... more »
- Spring, TX
My Dad used to support children via Plan International his whole life. I remember him reading us the letters and showing us the... more »
- Warwick, RI
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
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.