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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
Please do a little more investigation before donating to this very bad BADD organization. Check out my Facebook page Bikers Against... more »
- Ormond Beach, FL
I have been a volunteer with Soldiers' Angels since 2011. I joined when my fiancé got deployed to Iraq because I felt the importance... more »
- San Antonio, TX
Yank Barry and his partner Muhammed Ali for a couple decades have been striving to eradicate hunger world wide. They have surpassed... more »
- Sarasota, FL
Through donations received St. Mary's Church in Uganda was able to be completed by adding roof, doors & windows to a building... more »
- Dover, NJ
I see people complain a lot about fraud, but they fail to see it's accusations. It takes 1 second to google the truth! And the... more »
- Alexandria, VA
I worked with this group in Mississippi, Staten Island, Detroit, and Colorado. All Hands gave me the opportunity to contribute... more »
- Mattapoisett, MA
Ryan V. wrote:
When you think of disaster, planning, and subsequent rehabilitation efforts needed to aid a "disaster" affected community, more... more »
- St. Louis Park , MN
Save the Children is a great reputable organization that I have the pleasure of working with and donating to. I trust that my... more »
- Fairfield, CT
I am one of the 20 some Pet Visitation Volunteers at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. It is one of the BEST jobs... more »
- Washington, DC
This ministry does a great job of getting life sustaining necessities to people in emergencies and disasters all over the planet.... more »
- Noblesville, IN
In the United States alone there were over 700 disaster and weather related deaths in 2011. From the tsunami and earthquake in Japan, to drought in Africa, to floods in Australia, the world has been struck with many natural disasters in the past few years.
Natural disasters can be traumatic for everyone involved. Fortunately there are many organizations that work to provide relief for the survivors and help them return to a normal life.
You can be a part of the recovery process by helping a disaster aid organization in your area.