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As a nonprofit, K9s for Warriors is tremendously successful from recruiting volunteers, to providing care and training for the wounded warriors and their service dogs, and managing such an phenomenal organization.... more
Great heart for people. Warm and caring place. They provide breakfast Monday thru Friday to over 125 people daily. Offer... more »
- Fayetteville, NC
In hard times these people are a Godsend. They are so nice and never make you feel ashamed, just want to reach out and hug them... more »
- Monticello, IN
I volunteered here with my two daughters. The staff was very friendly and we really felt like we got involved in our community.... more »
- Green Cv Spgs, FL
The organization signed a contract with a vendor and has failed to make final payment on services rendered. more »
- Baldwin, NY
Before beginning my internship, I looked forward to having a very fulfilling summer experience. I have never seen such wasteful... more »
- Washington, DC
My children attends Knox County schools and I lost my job and fell on hard times and this organization helped my family with... more »
- Nashville, TN
This is a wonderful organization. Dedicated to ending the hunger problem in this one of the wealthiest counties in this nation.... more »
- Millwood, NY
They provide more than just food they also provide comfort and a spritual aspect your daily life. There are smiles and laughter... more »
- Green Bay, WI
Chef Mike wrote:
Every weekday Loaves & Fishes of Contra Costa produces 800 meals to be served @ 5 sites in Contra Costa County. They give anyone... more »
- Concord, CA
CGT has had an instrumental role in furthering the "Green" movement in southern Arizona. By providing communities with the space,... more »
- Tucson, AZ
Although we live in a time when there is more food available than ever before, hunger is the leading cause of health problems.
Over 1 billion people, or about a sixth of the world population, are malnourished. And six million children die of hunger each year.
There are over 50,000 nonprofit organizations working to eliminate hunger and break the cycle of poverty - and you can help them do it. Whether you hand out food stamps, work at a food bank, or help at your local ministries, you, too, can make a difference.