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P.A.'L.A.N.T.E. Harlem has been a driving force for tenants rights and equality. My experience with them has been a very positive and an enlightening. In this current environment in which we live ,... more
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
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
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 »
take our family here ( Little Cypress Creek Preserve) to bike and hike all the time. We love it, the trails are not too difficult... more »
- Houston, TX
We were only at AoR once and my 3 1/2 year old LOVED it!!! We will definitely be going again!!! And I always keep a close eye... more »
- Ephrata, PA
With very humble beginnings--and on a shoestring--several years ago, Wolf Haven has given innumerable wolves great permanent homes... more »
- Tenino, WA
KTMB is one of most engaged and best managed nonprofits that I have ever worked with. Christi Cakiroglu and the Keep... more »
- Reno, NV
Everything you need is right here - great displays more »
- Long Beach, CA
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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