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Camp Sunshine is an amazing place for our family! It is a place filled with joy and happiness. Our children forget their illness and play with other kids that completely understand them. I get to be with... more
Meaningful Miles for My Momrundfmc.orgrundfmc.org/2016/nicolepesceI'm running for my mother's life. My... more »
- Boston, MA
Wow! Looks like it's been three years since my last review and I'm still here! :) Previously I'd mentioned the founders' endless... more »
- Eugene, OR
I went to Haiti with Project Medishare on an extended volunteer trip to offer my services pro-bono to their medical efforts. They... more »
- Miami, FL
The NASPCC is an all-volunteer organization of "participating states." The overall organization forms new state coalitions... more »
- La Jolla, CA
I attended several interesting worshops with FEAT- Houston. FEAT give me the opportunity to improve my practise with children... more »
- The Woodlands, TX
FACTR is one of the finest non profits helping to immigrants communities seeking support for services to come out of many hardships... more »
- San Jose, CA
This is Ken Clifford who is listed as the contact, I resigned on August 29, 2011 because I could no longer have my name associated... more »
- Bountiful, UT
My son began attended breaking free when he was about 5 years old,due to his Autism and development delays,he was considered... more »
- Norwich, OH
Thank you for your kind consideration of CRKA! Our region is privileged to have the Cleveland-Rutherford Kidney Association serving... more »
- Shelby, NC
Words alone cannot describe how wonderful this program is. Not only for the students but for the volunteers. My daughter... more »
- Norwalk, OH
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.