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Miracles. We spent a few days last week visiting a few of the communities that are being helped by Mil Milagros. We came home with our hearts filled with love and gratitude, and with a renewed faith in... more
Titusville Renaissance wrote:
As a volunteer with Titusville Renaissance, Inc., I am involved with one of our organization's primary programs - facilitating... more »
- Clarion, PA
Amigos de los Rios is a very progressive organization that has a genuine interest in helping underserved communities. I started... more »
- Altadena, CA
This organization provides so many great opportunities for families, students and community members to learn, have fun and get... more »
- Anchorage, AK
Josh W. wrote:
IEDRO plays a vital role in building a worldwide climate database. These data that are collected literally save lives around the... more »
- Deale, MD
I've given to Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance in the past because I know that any donation I'm able to make (regardless of size) will... more »
- Omaha, NE
I just wanted to give an update on my very poor experience with the Santa Clara Country FireSafe Council almost starting a mudslide... more »
- San Jose, CA
Bethesda Green is a vital and innovative paring of community, business, government, and residents of all ages and interests. BG... more »
- Bethesda, MD
The Captain Planet Foundation, Inc. is an incredible organization that educates and empowers youth and communities to care for... more »
- Atlanta, GA
I was a resident intern for WIC in the summer of '08 and I continue to volunteer there on a weekly basis. My involvement with... more »
- Wilton, CT
Circle of Peace School wrote:
Ever since the Circle of Peace School partnered with AHEAD Energy, I have been continuously impressed with their commitment and... more »
- Marietta, OH
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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