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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
I was introduced to Eve's Daughters through our church. I had gone through a divorce and felt very alone with little support... more »
- Beaverton, OR
Khryste L. wrote:
Fantastic organization. Recently worked with them, again, at an event in Los Angeles for Homeless Veterans. They really took their... more »
- San Dimas, CA
I attend EVAW conferences at least yearly and am always please with the up to date information provided. The work they do benefits... more »
- Addy, WA
My husband and I have been volunteering at the Ranch for 12 years now and can't imagine not being involved. We have seen lots... more »
- Okeechobee, FL
I live in Russia. forgive me if something is wrong writing. If anyone can help please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org .. I... more »
- Washington, DC
It has been my privilege to volunteer in a variety of ways at Side by Side Brain Injury Clubhouse. The members are happy individuals... more »
- Stone Mtn, GA
This is a well run non-profit that truly makes a difference in the lives of veterans. Housing, legal services, employment and... more »
- San Francisco, CA
Alpha K9 is probably the worst service dog company ever. The CEO of the company only trains dogs to the bare minimum requirements... more »
- Sacramento, CA
While being given the privilege of teaching writing at TEAK, I have watched these students transform themselves, gain self-confidence,... more »
- New York, NY
They suck! They should close this place down. I'm sick of these guys. more »
- Oakland, 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.