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I am likely one of the newer volunteers to get involved with Ching Farm, and I’ll say that my only disappointment is that I did not begin this work earlier. Faith Ching, along with all of the other... more
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Joseph's House does amazing work accompanying people who are homeless through terminal illnesses. I went to visit the house about... more »
This is a wonderful nonprofit dedicated to finding a cure for diabetes using cutting edge research that bigger groups overlook.... more »
Once I entered the building everyone was very welcoming. I signed in and the kids all looked very excited and hyper. The day started... more »
Children of all ages deserve bright futures!http://www.familymattersdc.orgWhen I found out I may be relocating to the Washington... more »
dear people of we care pantry .thanks would not be enough to praise your help in distributing food to folks that could never... more »
they are doing a commendable job here in northern Uganda, i am impressed with their services, thanks more »
Tanya T. wrote:
From the first volunteer meeting I could tell Jubilee Jobs had a strong philosophy of empowerment rooted in proven methods of... more »
The dedication of the staff at Ayuda is incredible. They work long hours because they care about the both the cause of immigration... more »
Jolie B. wrote:
BBBS has provided not only a mentor for my son, but a life-long friend who has really become like family. They have been matched... more »
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