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CGI has had a huge impact on poverty and other global needs. It is a very worthwhile nonprofit to support. more
Caring people who provide employment and training for adults with special needs. Great group of clients who work there. Businesses... more »
- Cartersville, GA
This is a small, local charity dedicated to assisting disabled individuals through daily activities, a residence, and a thrift... more »
- Bayonne, NJ
These people really go out of their way to help job seekers. They excel in what they do and provide tremendous bang for the buck.... more »
- Hvre De Grace, MD
Denise has been in and out of prison for many years. She was addicted to drugs and did everything she could to fund her habit.... more »
- Chicago, IL
The YWCA of North Orange County is a grassroot, independently incorporated 501 (c ) (3) Human Service Organization. This is its... more »
- Fullerton, CA
In my daughter's words: "With the big deal being made about bullying and gay and lesbian rights, you don't hear much... more »
- Birmingham, AL
Independence for the Blind of West Florida has received accreditation from the National Accreditation Council for Blind and Low... more »
- Pensacola, FL
Great Organization. Helping many that are trying to break the cycle of poverty. Indeed very needed services in the Martin County... more »
- Stuart, FL
Before joining the Board at TBICO, I attended a class graduation, giving me the opportunity to meet some of the students and their... more »
- Danbury, CT
This organization does a wonderful job of informing the public about the issues and challenges faced by the Oglala Lakota people,... more »
- Dublin, NH
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.