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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
MUD brings to my community what no other can. The expertise and professionalism which is available through MUD is incomparable... more »
- Missoula, MT
Kaysville Rotary Club wrote:
The Kaysville Rotary Club is a proud donor for many years. We look forward to sponsoring students each year who come back enriched... more »
- Salt Lake City, UT
As a volunteer greeter with B.A.G. for about six years, I can truly attest to the immensely positive effect of the person-to-person... more »
This organization does amazing work and has positively affected several Black and Jewish students and their families that I personally... more »
- Washington, DC
I served as an intern in a health post in Nancimi, Tola, Nicaragua, where I facilitated preventative health trainings on the most... more »
- San Francisco, CA
After interning at CAIN for the summer, I have a great respect for everyone who volunteers and works here. I learned much about... more »
- Cincinnati, OH
Fathers Heart Ministries has the reputation of caring for the whole person, not simply their physical needs. I know from volunteers... more »
Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty is not a responsible organization, they do not have any responsibility to the people, all... more »
El Porvenir models how to support people and communities to improve their own circumstances. The projects are initiated by the... more »
- Westminster, CO
I originally met Karen Sugar when I moved to Denver in the summer of 2012. She was so inspirational that I immediately wanted... more »
- Denver, CO
Especially now, encouraging economic development is crucial in both our country and around the world. Food prices are up globally and 13 million Americans are out of work.
Creating a strong economy doesn't just mean creating new jobs. Improving literacy rates, life expectancy, and poverty rates are also necessary to create economic development.
By helping nonprofits create economic growth and development, you can help create new jobs and improve the quality of life in your community.