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I am a free lance journalist, educator (University of New Mexico, Valencia Campus) and poet.I have been concerned for environmental issues for decades, but I claim no special expertise in that area. In... more
Soldiers' Angels is an amazing organization, but a lot of organizations can say that. The one thing that has set them apart... more »
- San Antonio, TX
This organization offers people a chance to get a car at no cost (other than obtaining license and registration). Many people... more »
- Longwood, FL
This place is not a safe haven for boy's. This is suppose to be a treatment center for helping youth boys. But it is NOT this... more »
- Houston, TX
Eh as a soldiers wife, I see wwp do a lot of great things for a lot of people. I just feel they don't do enough for those with... more »
- Jacksonville, FL
Youthlinc is absolutely incredible. my experience with them was unforgettable and will always be in my heart. I enjoyed the opportunity... more »
- Salt Lake City, UT
I have visited multiple Iris Bases around the world. They carry a true heart of Jesus to the nations. The do love so well. They... more »
- Redding, CA
I started going to We Spark on July 2013. I was diagnosed with Melanoma. The support that I received from this nonprofit organization... more »
- Sherman Oaks, CA
Fr. Przemek Nowak wrote:
It is great Non-profit organization supporting those who are in need! What is impressive the amount of projects and things... more »
- Dover, NJ
Miracle Flights is truly a miracle!!! When we were told we were out of options for trying to treat our son's Epilepsy, I sought... more »
- Green Valley, NV
Maura O. wrote:
I've worked with Mayan Families for 10 years. They are an incredible program! I recently got to visit the headquarters for two... more »
- San Diego, CA
46.2 million people have fallen below the poverty line. Of that number, 16.4 million are children.
Families are forced to raise their kids without a home or an assurance of food. In addition to caring for their children, parents must look for jobs themselves, in an economy with a terribly high unemployment rate.
If it weren't for the help of shelters, ministries, and charities, many Americans wouldn't be able to feed or provide shelter for their families. Find a nonprofit near you and help the needy in your community.