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I am a volunteer at In-Sync. I am very proud to be at a facility that cares so much for the cats that are under our care. We strive daily to make their lives more enjoyable. Our only reward is the... more
Since Chris Bell was inspired by Father Benedict Groeschel to put his considerable talents and energies to this task, the program... more »
- Hoboken, NJ
My job ended as a result of moving out of Charlotte in 2009 for a family situation. I was not able to find work when I got to... more »
- Charlotte, NC
United Community Ministries (UCM) is an extraordinary agency that provides exemplary programs and services for indigent children,... more »
- Alexandria, VA
I have been presenting the CHOICES Workshop since 2003 and have been the Optimist Club Project Manager for the last 4 years. ... more »
- Seattle, WA
I volunteered with Sierra House through Seton Hall University and I had an amazing experience. The women who run the house are... more »
- East Orange, NJ
This is one of the best non-profits out there. I worked with Lori and she helped me set up my resume, find job search engines,... more »
- Leesburg, VA
I love Hand Me Ups! It is the most well organized thrift store I have been to, and I've been to a lot! I always find something... more »
- Raleigh, NC
i used to think that computers were almost magical. What makes them work is beyond me and out of my control. I was at the mercy... more »
- Eugene, OR
Working here during summer vacation really changed me as a person, being in charge of many responsibilities, and receiving the... more »
- Paterson, NJ
As a customer, volunteer, and student I have benefitted from Second Chance. This nonprofit touches the community it works in in... more »
- Baltimore, MD
As of December 2011, 13 million US citizens don't have a job. In addition to fewer job opportunities, many people don't know where to find a job, find it difficult to start the search for a career, and lack some of the basic skills.
Fortunately, nearly 30,000 nonprofits exist to fight the rising unemployment rate. They help people find employment and prepare for new jobs by teaching them how to create a resume and use a computer.
You can help others find success by volunteering or donating to a job training organization near you.