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My daughter was given a most memorable trip by Dream Factory of Rochester, NY. She wanted to go see where Winnie the Pooh lived, so she was flown first class to England to visit the One Hundred Acre Woods!... more
Donna Kinnaman is the CCS Executive Officer and in the last two years 2009/10 has paid her self $140,000 thousand dollars. It's... more »
- Pendleton, OR
Town Hall wrote:
San Joaquin Valley Town Hall is a non profit, all volunteer lecture series that has been in existence for 76 seasons in Fresno,... more »
- Fresno, CA
Orion L. wrote:
Full disclosure: I work here, but for many years before that I was a volunteer on their speakers bureau. I volunteered with them... more »
- Portland, OR
I think this is a great organization! I spoke with Maria and she and the organization really seem to care about helping others... more »
- Houston, TX
This is a charity that has misrepresented itself for years. It has lost all credibility with its state funding sources and has... more »
- Warrenton, VA
Home of the longest running Jazz Camp in the country, the Shell Lake Arts Center has had a history of providing fantastic arts... more »
- Shell Lake, WI
Kelly Sigmund wrote:
I started volunteering with Chicago Cares about a year ago and became a Team Coordinator 3 months later. I have had a wonderful... more »
- Chicago, IL
Long story short; this center owes me money more »
- Harrisburg, PA
Dale A. wrote:
Mosaico is an agency that suports programs for the community. They run the best mentoring program in the East bay. Students at... more »
- Bristol, RI
The center has programs that link learning English with learning how to navigate Windows 7, Word 2010, Excel 2010 and IE8, the... more »
- Waltham, MA
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.