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I have volunteered and worked here for the past 4 years. It is amazing what using the horse as a therapy tool can do. Gaits is a family, the volunteers, staff, clients and their families work incredibly... more
Robert Q.1 wrote:
There is an epidemic in this nation that occurs everywhere fresh water exists. Blue/Green algae ! It is unsightly, foul smelling... more »
- Colchester, VT
Steve Hall.1 wrote:
I highly recommend supporting El Porvenir. They work in remote rural villages in Nicaragua that lack access to most basic services... 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
Mackenzie M.1 wrote:
I interned with Ceres for 9 months during college and was continuously blown away by how much important work this relatively small... 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
Really love volunteering with these guys! They do great work keeping our hiking trails clean in the Los Padres National Forest.... more »
- Santa Barbara, CA
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
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.
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