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We can't say enough about this organization--it's well-organized and professional, but also personal. The staff are extremely dedicated and the results speak for themselves. It's rare to find such a win-win... more
Clear and accurate information is hard to come by. POGO exceeds my expectations. I am so grateful for this resource more »
This organization does amazing work and has positively affected several Black and Jewish students and their families that I personally... more »
I dont know where to start:God will help me ;I have seen alot of women who are abused ,raped, beaten up so badly and most of them... more »
This is a fantastic organization. The Trevor Project was the first organization to provide suicide prevention and crisis intervention... more »
- West Hollywood, CA
Keshet has changed the face of the American Jewish community for the better. Thanks to Keshet, we are on the way to being a more... more »
- Jamaica Plain, MA
I've been a fan of WMG for 20 years. My home is filled with art I bought at their shows and auctions. I feel incredibly blessed... more »
- Chicago, IL
Free2Luv is an incredible Nonprofit. Bullying is such a problem in our schools and in the world. Free2luv takes a stand against... more »
- Seattle, WA
We can never say thank you enough to Dogs Deserve Better, Inc. as receiving the Hero Grant helped us not only be able to save... more »
- Smithfield, VA
I will be interviewing these wonderful people as part of my Ph.D. research and my initial findings have been not only positive,... more »
- West Hartford, CT
The Council does great work--from the Legal Action Center to the Immigration Policy Center. It fights for the rights of immigrants... more »
Civil rights exist to protect every race, gender, age, and religion from discrimination. Civil rights movements have occurred throughout history promoting these freedoms, but there is still much to fight for.
It is important to demonstrate the value of learning and accepting a different culture. Fortunately, many organizations exist to teach us that everyone deserves the same freedoms, regardless of what they believe or the color of their skin.
You can help promote tolerance in your community, too. Get involved now by finding a civil rights nonprofit near you.