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Develop Africa has done tremendous work in Sierra Leone and other countries, working towards the development and empowerment of those underprivileged in society. more
MSI's team of dedicated, intelligent, and kind people make this non-profit stand out. Through education and outreach, MSI engages... more »
- Redwood City, CA
I've worked with El Porvenir for 23 of its 25 years. Grassroots organization. Responsible with their money. No highly paid executives... more »
- Westminster, CO
PCI Media Impact is a non-profit with heart and soul, and I would say a lot of that is because of its present CEO, Sean Southey... more »
- New York, NY
The team at Ceres does a remarkable job of leveraging the modest financial support our company provides by influencing large investors.... more »
- Boston, MA
Wonderful rescue with tons of dedicated volunteers more »
- Palmer, MA
The PPAF steps up to the plate as new demands and opportunities are given to it. As part of its continuing effort to replace... more »
- Hastings on Hudson, NY
I have been a member for many years, don't recall how many now. When I joined it was still called the Peninsula Conservation... more »
- Palo Alto, CA
Dedication of staff, volunteers and donors associated with Ocean Defenders Alliance is something to behold. Their day-in and day-out... more »
- Huntington Beach, CA
I can't say enough good things about AIR. I find it remarkable the amount of change that can be brought about by a small organization.... more »
- Atlanta, GA
Ariel B. wrote:
A wonderful place with an amazing mission! I am inspired every day by this work. more »
- San Francisco, CA
The environment needs our protection. 40% of American rivers are now too polluted for swimming, fishing, or aquatic life. In the US, factories produce 3 million tons of toxic air annually.
Many nonprofits exist to teach how to be green and respect the environment. Living in a sustainable way and teaching future generations the importance of protecting the environment is crucial.
If you already realize the importance of a green lifestyle, teach others by encouraging recycling and composting, or by planting a tree on earth day. Find a nonprofit near you to join the cause.