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Karam: Giving a Future to Syrian Refugee ChildrenA couple months ago, the world was moved by a photograph of a young, lifeless Syrian child washed up on a Turkish beach. The death of this boy, Alan Kurdi,... more
Has a great selection but pricing has increased to the point that you can buy new items in retail stores for nearly the same... more »
- Albuquerque, NM
Someone willing to help other less fortunate people always inspires me!I want to share with everyone a positive experience... more »
- Bremerton, WA
I've been a donor for almost a year and feel strongly that that the services they provide to adults and children with disabilities,... more »
- Vancouver, WA
I run a small manual labor business and worked with Lifeworks to move their clients furniture. The job was a two day job and agreed... more »
- Eagan, MN
Darvi Braggs wrote:
YOU ARE INVITED To: Madison-area Urban Ministry’s Re-Entry Service Fair Theme: Housing Featured... more »
- Madison, WI
I went to You Can Ministries to get help starting my business because I could not find a dependable job. They helped me get my... more »
- Memphis, TN
The Goodwill Industry of Akron, Ohio is a wonderful organization that I am happy to support in both donation of items and being... more »
- Akron, OH
Sometimes one day volunteer opportunities can seem like a waste of time, or can be disorganized, but at Urban Tree Connection... more »
- Philadelphia, PA
Kerry P. wrote:
I moved to San Joaquin Co. and wanted to get involved in the community regarding Recovery and Fundraising initiatives. Sunhouse... more »
- Stockton, CA
Wholeness Network, Inc (wni) is a 501(c)3, founded by director Patricia John, in 1989. Wni's primary focus is emotional healing... more »
- Lexington, KY
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.