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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
Age appropriate and skill based learning that lasts a lifetime! more »
- Santa Cruz, CA
David I. wrote:
I have served on the board of Aim High for two years, and have constantly been amazed with the quality of the organization. The... more »
- San Francisco, CA
Harrison B. wrote:
My name is Harrison Bediako John and I come from a very deprived area in Ghana.i am currently a student of the university of Ghana... more »
- Incline Village, NV
Lilianna H. wrote:
The most amazing summer program ever for high school students looking to do real research, get challenged academically, and meet... more »
- Cary, NC
HeavenTrain has been a GREAT ORGANIZATION to be a Volunteer of being a part of Bridging the gap for UNITY THROUGH THE TEACHINGS... more »
- Cleveland, OH
Its very nice and very resourceful. It helped me a lot with my essay paper for history. more »
- Santa Monica, CA
Central scholarship workshops have been so informative and helpful. I have also been awarded a interest free loan, and feel supported... more »
- Owings Mills, MD
A 20-year old tiger looks at you from five feet away and 'chuffles' to let you know that he approves of you. A lion 'oofs,' after... more »
- Burlington, NC
Hi my name is Shaelanda D'Argan read my last review first this is my second review and my last finale review. I started Gplc in... more »
- Pittsburgh, PA
PFFSE provides a excellent educational information of a great value easy to understad and put it in action. Galo Medina. more »
- Arlington, VA
For children raised in low-income homes, higher education often seems unattainable. These students don't always have the motivation to apply to college or don't think it's a realistic option.
By providing mentors as motivation to go to university or to help with tutoring, nonprofits and their volunteers can make a huge impact on a student.
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