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This is a fantastic organization. It goes into very dangerous areas to give medical care where needed. Their advertising and administration expenses are minimal. It is one of the few charities that... more
When I saw what Kenny Dickerson of River of Hope was doing for the residents of Duroville. I was amazed! He showed and explained... more »
- Indio, CA
Elsie K. wrote:
I walk on the Halstead property almost every day. If I don't walk there I walk through the meadow that was part of the Arnold... more »
- Kennett Square, PA
ELAW has been responsible for helping BELPO establish a website and I have been part of the group building it. It has been a fascinating... more »
- Eugene, OR
Life Net (http://www.lifenetnature.org) is a great non-profit helping wild bird conservancy in South America and Jaguar conservancy... more »
- Willcox, AZ
We approached 1000 Friends for Geographic Information Services (GIS) assistance when we were preparing for our Cookie Walkabout... more »
- Minneapolis, MN
As director of Virginia Forest Watch i first applied to ESC for financial assistance in 2003 to help us with board development... more »
- Washington, DC
I thoroughly enjoyed volunteering at Raccoon Creek. The drive out there was beautiful, the land itself and water are absolutely... more »
- Athens, OH
I have worked with the Upper Valley Land Trust for a relatively short period of time but have been impressed with the job they... more »
- Hanover, NH
As a staff member, volunteer and later, a donor, I saw how Greenbelt Alliance worked both from the inside out and the outside... more »
- San Francisco, CA
CWAG, Citizens Water Advocacy Group is one of my favorite non profits because of the technical and scientific back ground of many... more »
- Prescott, AZ
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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