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I've been sponsoring several children with CI for almost a year now. Their "Care Team" always answer my questions and so far they have been a pleasure to deal with. To date, I have received updates about... more
MUD brings to my community what no other can. The expertise and professionalism which is available through MUD is incomparable... more »
- Missoula, MT
I first got involved with Youthlinc back in 2013 and was able to go to Kenya on the humanitarian trip. I absolutely loved my experience,... 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
This organization is a standard bearer in the non profit world. We are VERY pleased to be a part of it. more »
- San Francisco, CA
I'am so grateful for Cain worker's they are awesome people . I'am always greeted with a smile , they make me feel welcome and... more »
- Cincinnati, OH
This is a wonderful organization. Very caring , knowledgeable and helpful staff and volunteers Helped with a food pantry,... more »
I've worked with El Porvenir for 23 of its 25 years. Grassroots organization. Responsible with their money. No highly paid executives... more »
- Westminster, CO
Audra K. wrote:
I interned at WGEF last summer in Gulu, Uganda. Not only did it change my life, but it significantly helped those in the community.... more »
- Denver, CO
Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty is not a responsible organization, they do not have any responsibility to the people, all... more »
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.