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Camp Sunshine is an amazing place for our family! It is a place filled with joy and happiness. Our children forget their illness and play with other kids that completely understand them. I get to be with... more
The Gentle Barn is a wonderful organization. The founders and staff truly love animals and have the experience to rescue and rehabilitate... more »
- Santa Clarita, CA
Los Padres ForestWatch is doing crucial work to protect and preserve the public lands along the CA central coast. Focusing especially... more »
- Santa Barbara, CA
PPAF has engaged over 50 interns since 2006, providing opportunities for them to learn about global affairs, development issues,... more »
- Hastings on Hudson, NY
My daughter has been going to Warriors for Autism camp for three years now. She looks forward to going every year and it is really... more »
- Tampa, FL
Becca J. wrote:
I volunteered here from 2009-2010, I had to move away for awhile am now back and WOW! Every donation to these animals went to... more »
- Terrell, TX
A daily reminder of the diverse and poignant life going on all over the place around humanity. Thoughtful words accompany intimate... more »
- Forest Lake, MN
I have not been to the Karuna shelter but I do know one of the trustees who is a very dedicated person and am confident that all... more »
If you love animals and/or are an advocate for environmental issues, it's difficult to find one organization that can easily--and... more »
- El Prado, NM
Everything you need is right here - great displays more »
- Long Beach, CA
I have to admit that I am quite disappointed with Buenas Cosas. I stayed there for two weeks, and while teaching English to the... more »
- Santa Elena,
The environment needs our protection. 40% of American rivers are now too polluted for swimming, fishing, or aquatic life. In the US, factories produce 3 million tons of toxic air annually.
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