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What a wonderful organization that does not profit from donations of money or hair! Please check our CWHL and watch the videos of these kiddos receiving this precious gift! more
I am so proud to be a part of an extraordinary orginization known as Maryland New Direction's. MND just celibrated its 39th Anniversary... more »
- Baltimore, MD
Umesh Desai wrote:
Excellent work in rural development particularly working in water sector and tribal development. Professionalism in dealing with... more »
- New Delhi,
I volunteer with GPLC 3 times a week to tutor a an adult student in basic reading, writing and phonics, and also served in the... more »
- Pittsburgh, PA
After high school, our daughter who is affected by Asperger's on the Autism Spectrum, had an almost free fall with respect to... more »
- Plano, TX
I first became interrested in International Crisis Aid (ICA) thru a friend who had spent a summer working with them in Addis Ababa,... more »
- St. Louis, MO
I am moved both by the drive of the ESL students and the passion of the MCIF Center staff in helping recent immigrants live the... more »
- Brooklyn, NY
I am one of the founders of this organization, so I know firsthand how we change the lives of the survivors. You can see our... more »
- St Augustine, FL
Senii Buadromo wrote:
Job Train is very interesting and I enjoy being here. The staff/ Counselors are very helpful and nice. I do recommend jobtrain... more »
- Menlo Park, CA
I am working toward my MSW degree at the University of Michigan. The Women's Center of Southeastern Michigan has been a great... more »
- Ann Arbor, MI
Howard F. wrote:
The only reason this doesn't get five stars is that I am still new to the ministry, and yet they've won four stars in my book... more »
- New York, NY
As of December 2011, 13 million US citizens don't have a job. In addition to fewer job opportunities, many people don't know where to find a job, find it difficult to start the search for a career, and lack some of the basic skills.
Fortunately, nearly 30,000 nonprofits exist to fight the rising unemployment rate. They help people find employment and prepare for new jobs by teaching them how to create a resume and use a computer.
You can help others find success by volunteering or donating to a job training organization near you.