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We can't say enough about this organization--it's well-organized and professional, but also personal. The staff are extremely dedicated and the results speak for themselves. It's rare to find such a win-win... more
Working with the Greenway this summer has been a wonderful experience! It's obvious that the staff genuinely enjoys the work that... more »
- Boston, MA
Suwanna A. wrote:
This network helps the world by preventing the lost of top soil from eroding into the river. Without vetiver grass, there is no... more »
- San Antonio, TX
The Salton Sea Discovery Kids Camp where kids learn science in a fun and exciting way, would not be possible without the caring... more »
- San Francisco, CA
As a film maker, I have produced many films for non-profits. You get to know the inner workings of an organization when working... more »
- Seattle, WA
clínica verde, es un nuevo modelo de atención a las personas mas vulnerables de nuestra comunidad, mujeres embarazadas, jóvenes,... more »
- Angwin, CA
The OEC worked with us to put on a presentation this year about Healthy Homes - Living Toxic-Free. The presenter did an outstanding... more »
- Portland, OR
Operation Yelliw Ribbon of South Jersey sends care packages to our men and women deployed, we shipped 40,000 pounds this 2014.... more »
- Palo Alto, CA
I have been working with Watershed Management Group for about four years as both a Board Member and now colleague. Watershed Management... more »
- Tucson, AZ
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 »
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
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.
Many nonprofits exist to teach how to be green and respect the environment. Living in a sustainable way and teaching future generations the importance of protecting the environment is crucial.
If you already realize the importance of a green lifestyle, teach others by encouraging recycling and composting, or by planting a tree on earth day. Find a nonprofit near you to join the cause.