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A great place with with wonderful kind compassionate people very knowledgeable with information more
I have worked in the Summer HELP program provided by this organization for the past four summers. It is such a great experience... more »
- Hightstown, NJ
This non profit began in 1991 in New York City assisting oppressed women and children in prisons, homeless shelters and on the... more »
- Denver, CO
I am a volunteer and board member for Junior Achievement. I believe that there is no organization better positioned to provide... more »
- Sacramento, CA
Bike & Build has worked with Habitat Garland since 2009. We have granted them funds to carry out various projects related to involving... more »
- Garland, TX
This organization is a great asset to our community. They are knowledgeable, courteous, professional. more »
- Miami, OK
My name is Susan Keyton and I am a board member of the Central Missouri Community Action Agency. I thought I would share my story... more »
- Winona, MO
Media LIteracy is one of the most critical skills in navigating the creative and business workplace! That Street-Level offers... more »
- Chicago, IL
My organization - Virginia529 - has volunteered with Junior Achievement for three years now - and we keep adding volunteers. ... more »
- Richmond, VA
Chawn W. wrote:
Another Ann Arbor is an informative web site that relies on contributions and information from the community. The harvest and... more »
- Southfield, MI
Angee W. wrote:
Opportunities Industrialization Center: North Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA I am a relative of a former student who... more »
- Philadelphia, PA
Especially now, encouraging economic development is crucial in both our country and around the world. Food prices are up globally and 13 million Americans are out of work.
Creating a strong economy doesn't just mean creating new jobs. Improving literacy rates, life expectancy, and poverty rates are also necessary to create economic development.
By helping nonprofits create economic growth and development, you can help create new jobs and improve the quality of life in your community.