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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
Terril M. wrote:
Adagio Health professionals are kind and understanding. They are non-judgemental. They have helped so many women who would otherwise... more »
- Pittsburgh, PA
My Name is Jodi and I am the Owner/Director of Weight On Me Weighted Blankets. I have had the opportunity to work with this organization... more »
- Tifton, GA
Very helpful organization providing unbiased information about glaucoma for patients and caregivers. Focused on finding a cure... more »
- San Francisco, CA
Lighthouse Central Florida, Inc. has received accreditation from the National Accreditation Council for Blind and Low Vision Services... more »
- Orlando, FL
I participated as an intern in Chinacal's heart screening program in 2012. I found the internship extremely satisfying. We spent... more »
- San Pedro, CA
Diana Zuckerman and the National Research Center for Women & Families is an incredible resource for evidence-based medical facts... more »
- Washington, DC
Jane Kriebel wrote:
I was about to make a donation to Project Hope after reading the evaluation here, but then I remembered to check what the CEO... more »
- Millwood, VA
The California School Health Centers Association is one of the leading experts on adolescent health in California in addition... more »
- Oakland, CA
Leticia W. wrote:
My daughter is a twin with cerebral palsy and spend most of her time in a wheelchair. Her sister is an able body. She has always... more »
- Dallas , TX
I found out about Image Reborn Foundation from a support group for breast cancer. I jumped on the chance to go to the Retreat.... more »
- Park City, UT
Health in America has declined by 69% in the past twenty years. One of the main reasons for this drop is due to two increasing epidemics our country faces: obesity and diabetes. These non profits help to fight health issues like these both in America and abroad.
Over a quarter of US citizens are obese. This includes 17% of America's youth, or roughly 12.5 million children. This leads to an increasingly high number of Americans who have diabetes. Although easily diagnosed, treatment is not as simple. These facts illustrate the importance of teaching about Body Mass Index (BMI). These organizations help educate to prevent these health issues and create sustainable health. But the reach is much farther than simpy obesity and diabetes; they also help fight illnesses abroad in the poorest of countries, trying to maintain sanitation and healthy living conditions. Others help search for cures to illnesses such as AIDS and breast cancer.
Many people in America, and around the globe, don't have health insurance. They don't know where to turn if they need treatment, and, if they did, they wouldn't be able to afford it. Luckily, nonprofit health centers exist to help those with nowhere else to turn. They need your support, whether it is through monetary donations or through volunteering your time.
You can help someone return to a healthy, active life by volunteering or donating at a health nonprofit near you, and this site is where you will find the best one for your interests.