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I know many families go through some sort of financial hardship, during the holiday season. I happen to be one of those individuals this year. I would like to thank everyone associated with Operation Second... more
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- Chicago Hts, IL
First steps does amazing things for family/parents/people who need a little help! They do whatever they can to give them everything... more »
- Akron, OH
Amanda the Panda, the staff, clients and fellow volunteer's are second to none. We feel that we are part of the organization.... more »
- Wdm, IA
Since 1906 this all volunteer organization has provided school aged children of central Ohio with warm winter clothing helping... more »
- Columbus, OH
I am so thankful to have attended the Liberation Economics training with United for a Fair Economy!! They successfully facilitated... more »
- Boston, MA
Keith F. wrote:
Dallis is Love has helped so many service people around the world that I would not try to estimate. This is a family run non-profit... more »
- GARLAND, TX
Missy Sirch wrote:
In addition to being a client served I am also a professional in this field. I am a professional counselor who heals with words.... more »
- Gig Harbor, WA
Thank you very much. I have heard that some people just can not be accepted into they Pro Bono System asylum program because... more »
- New York, NY
Jaime L. wrote:
This is an amazing non-profit that helps families move forward! more »
- Puyallup, WA
I work on the Women Helping Women Services Counseling Talkline funded entirely by NCJW. It is a free community service where... more »
- Los Angeles, CA
46.2 million people have fallen below the poverty line. Of that number, 16.4 million are children.
Families are forced to raise their kids without a home or an assurance of food. In addition to caring for their children, parents must look for jobs themselves, in an economy with a terribly high unemployment rate.
If it weren't for the help of shelters, ministries, and charities, many Americans wouldn't be able to feed or provide shelter for their families. Find a nonprofit near you and help the needy in your community.