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I teach at a very small "Alternative" high school -- a place for the round pegs of the world that the system tries to place into square holes. The Secondary Academy for Success provides a safe place for... more
Anchor Center is a place where miracles happen. So many families arrive feeling hopeless but with the support, education, and... more »
- Denver, CO
Carol P wrote:
Our son's Neurologist recommended Spirithorse to us when Aiden was 2 years old. Based on Aiden's brain damage we were told to... more »
- Corinth, TX
Agape has served the Shelby County community for many years. They have taken on this honorable caring role with a lot of love... more »
- Sidney, OH
I have seen and heard about how VeteransPlus has helped veterans after their service in the military. They are a genuine nonprofit... more »
- Clearwater, FL
Dany St-Pierre wrote:
I have been involved with WoWE since the very first luncheon in 2005, and now even more active than ever at both the National... more »
- Brooklyn, NY
As a new international social worker, I fully support Fr. Dennis and the Board of Directors of STEPPING STONES in their mission... more »
- Schaumburg, IL
When I was introduced to STLF, I was confused about our family's next step and I was discouraged about the possibility of our... more »
- Milpitas, CA
I have been in awe of the amount of time and passion that drives the founders and members of this incredible organization. Always... more »
- Hebron, ME
Children’s Global Alliance is a unique organization with a heartfelt cause. Student volunteers are handpicked based on their... more »
- Vail, CO
I will always be a loyal supporter to SF Smiles. Whatever I donate, from socks to furniture, I know that SF Smiles will give... more »
- San Francisco, 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.