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Camp Sunshine is an amazing place for our family! It is a place filled with joy and happiness. Our children forget their illness and play with other kids that completely understand them. I get to be with... more
Nonprofits in District of Columbia
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HealthHIV formally CEAER Foundation, Washington DC. Claims to be the largest HIV serving organization lead by Brian Hudjich. This... more »
The work Cato does on Social Security is just wonderful. If only the Congress would pay attention to what Cato is telling them! more »
The Jonas Project is a perfect idea in a world that has finally taken notice of the people that have put their lives on the line... more »
This organization represents all of the state domestic violence coalitions and DV/sexual assault coalitions, and by extension... more »
The Institute for the Preservation of Medical Tradition (IPMT) serves a unique role in medical research: uncovering, organizing... more »
I donate to Deworm the World because they are attempting to do the most good possible with my money. They've chosen to work with... more »
The EIA are my heroes. They make huge impacts, are NOT obnoxious about fundraising, and have a deep knowledge of the intricacies... more »
This is a great organization. It is the oldest continuously operating Veterans organization in the United States having been... more »
The primary purpose of Chess Challenge In DC (CCDC) appears to inure to the private benefit of its founder, president and executive... more »
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