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I have been working/volunteering for this nonprofit for 2 years and I can't say enough about what a rewarding experience it is. It's like a family working together for the good of the community. Packing... more
Khryste L. wrote:
Fantastic organization. Recently worked with them, again, at an event in Los Angeles for Homeless Veterans. They really took their... more »
- San Dimas, CA
Kasandra B. wrote:
My daughter just started Kipp Vida Prep as a kindergarten student 2 weeks ago. In preschool she cried everyday when I dropped... more »
- Los Angeles, CA
ACE is doing an incredible job of inspiring youth to take action in the climate movement. I was fortunate enough to work closely... more »
- Boulder, CO
Thanh Thanh N. wrote:
Hi! I'm Thanh Thanh, Vietnamese Actually, I'm a student joined ETA4 2 years in Hue, but I'd to be called a volunteer too,... more »
- Oceanside, CA
Ace Y. wrote:
I've seen Ben at several venues including the MEGA Conference (sponsored by the Wyoming Governor's Council on Developmental Disabilities)... more »
- Rapid City, SD
Amy Octroff, founder of Love to Langa came into our lives when we desperately needed her organisation's support. Love to Langa... more »
- Gladwyne, PA
awesome glow 5k!! well run, organized, and lots of fun. i wish they would do this more often more »
- Harrisonburg, VA
I was a participant in workshop session on summer programs. Very prepared, enthusiastic, and shared information that is immediately... more »
- Charleston, SC
Inna Z. wrote:
I’ve been working in VunderKid for 2 years. Every moment I spent here is nothing but a great pleasure! I feel like I am a part... more »
- Laguna Hills, CA
The social ladder is only as strong as societies willingness to invest in the next generation. First Graduate plays a critical... more »
- San Francisco, CA
For children raised in low-income homes, higher education often seems unattainable. These students don't always have the motivation to apply to college or don't think it's a realistic option.
By providing mentors as motivation to go to university or to help with tutoring, nonprofits and their volunteers can make a huge impact on a student.
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