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I'd like to think I'm pretty particular about where I donate my money - the Center for Biological Diversity takes on the most difficult of issues and makes the wisest use of the funds they receive. They... more
As an intern with Self Help International and after traveling to Ghana to see the work Self Help has done, I am grateful for the... more »
- Waverly, IA
Fred K. wrote:
This organization helps mature workers 55 and over find employment for twenty hours per week.I have worked from their office... more »
- White Plains, NY
This non profit began in 1991 in New York City assisting oppressed women and children in prisons, homeless shelters and on the... more »
- Denver, CO
Correy Z. wrote:
Women Unlimited is a wonderfull organization. Women Unlimted helped me to get my CDL license thus strengthening my role in the... more »
- Augusta, ME
Website: http://tycorcommunitydevelopment.wordpress.com/about/ more »
- Kansas City, MO
Mosser village family center is filled with snobby woman. They are unwelcoming and rude. After an hour of sitting the lobby, one... more »
- Allentown, PA
Nuru International works to eradicate extreme poverty by empowering rural communities to achieve self-sufficiency. NURU works... more »
- Palo Alto, CA
faysal sasso wrote:
very poor in attention and it runs like a coffee shop with drunken tender more »
- Saint Cloud, MN
During a professional lull I followed my curiosity for sustainable living, NGO development, and culture to Long Way Home in Guatemala.... more »
- Dallas, TX
Global Links (GL), has cooperated with Cuba and Haiti, after the natural disasters that have suffered these countries in 2009... more »
- Edmonds, WA
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.