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As a nonprofit, K9s for Warriors is tremendously successful from recruiting volunteers, to providing care and training for the wounded warriors and their service dogs, and managing such an phenomenal organization.... more
Breast and ovarian cancer support has always been a cause close to my heart after losing both my mother and my grandmother to... more »
- New York, NY
The Hope of Survivors helped us through the most painful time of our lives, and we will forever be grateful to them for being... more »
- Bedford, IA
This is exactly the type of program I was looking for after my husband was killed. I felt powerless in trying to get my kids... more »
- Loveland, CO
Karissa P. wrote:
Knowing the passion and enthusiasm the leaders of this project bring to our community makes this a five star non profit! Thank... more »
- Boise, ID
When I attended my first fund raiser for The Beacon House I was very impressed with several things. First, the men of Beacon... more »
- San Pedro, CA
As a volunteer in 2009, the Reality Tour helped to change my opinion of the value of drug prevention programs. The approach brings... more »
- Butler, PA
Are you kidding me???? The end of the world is near! more »
- Catonsville, MD
The Women's Center has a niche market/clientele that find peace and guidance wrapped in the wise direction of those that work... more »
- Ann Arbor, MI
I received a tablet from HHN. I thank them very much for the help. The tablet I received will not hold a charge beyond a day... more »
- Palm Harbor, FL
Within days after I was notified by the US Navy of my sons death, KIA 9.22.2013; a package from TAPS arrived in the mail. I opened... more »
- Arlington, VA
One in four Americans experience mental illness in any given year - approximately 57.7 million people. Whether it's general anxiety, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder, mental illness is not easy to live with.
When treated, a mental illness can be easy to cope with. But finding the correct treatment can be especially challenging for a low-income family.
Four of the top ten disabilities are considered to be mental illnesses, and depression is supposed to be the number one disability by 2020. Help prevent a rise in mental illness by volunteering at a mental health nonprofit near you.