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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
Great donation experience! They greeted me before I could even get out of my car. The drive through is so convenient and easy.... more »
- Tucson, AZ
An interesting concept. Creative Go-Round serves multiple communities in the Chicagoland area. First, it provides advise and... more »
- Chicago, IL
Cambria County Association for the Blind and Handicapped has received accreditation from the National Accreditation Council for... more »
- Johnstown, PA
Harper K. wrote:
Does great work with women of varying socio-economic levels. Financial, career and mental health counseling. more »
- Vienna, VA
Misha B. wrote:
I work for The Oak Crest Institute of Science, a non-profit chemistry research lab and mentoring facility in Pasadena. Like most... more »
- Concord, MA
The Washington English Center (WEC) is a wonderful, vibrant place. The students are adult immigrants. Many of them have been... more »
- Washington, DC
I have volunteered as an English Language tutor at WATCH (Waltham Alliance to Create Housing) CDC for two years, and it has been... more »
- Waltham, MA
THIS ORGANIZATION IS RUN BY CONVICTED FELONS. DO NOT DONATE. WE ARE INVESTIGATING TO SEE IF ANY LOCAL, STATE OR FEDERAL MONIES... more »
- Phenix City, AL
Our organization donated to this org several properties. Not one thing that was stated by MRA was true. They are not to be trusted... more »
- Stockbridge, GA
When I worked at Miramonte in the late 1980's as a social worker working with Senior citizens, visiting them in their homes, but... more »
- Palo Alto, CA
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.