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I have been a volunteer with People Helping People since 2002 when I first became aware of the program while representing the company I worked for at an employer meet and greet. I was very impressed with... more
I've been a Trustee for a 501(c)3 charity for 10 years, have studied 100s of Form 990s for dozens of charities, including Pacific... more »
- Oakland, CA
Rachelle P. wrote:
This is an awesome organization! We lived and worked in Haiti for almost 2 years with 3 months being with this organization and... more »
- Vancouver, WA
I've volunteered only once (so far) with this dedicated non-profit. We planted thousands of seedlings to the flooded St. Vrain... more »
- Boulder, CO
We have lived in Ipswich since 1998 and have grown to love the Ipswich River. It is a source of ever changing beauty. My spouse... more »
- Ipswich, MA
I retired from the Denver Parks Platte River maintenance district and over my tenure I developed a professional and personal rlelationship... more »
- Denver, CO
I recently contacted the OEC for information about hydraulic fracturing in the state of Ohio. They were quick to respond and I... more »
- Columbus, OH
This is a wonderful bunch of people serving the community and the environment here in Jacksonville! They have taken on the ominous... more »
- Jacksonville, NC
My High School Art Club volunteered for a Community Clean up through the Westville Environmental Commission. They were very organized,... more »
- Westville, NJ
Josh Milczski wrote:
Recycled Fish continues to do huge things to help our fisheries. Numerous promotions, contests, giveaways, programs, etc. keep... more »
- Council Bluffs, IA
Jim E. wrote:
Potomac Riverkeeper accomplishes many things that larger, similar organizations do not. They also communicate their actions and... more »
- Washington, DC
"Water is the most abundant compound on Earth's surface, covering about 70%. It is essential for all living things.
Without it, people would suffer needlessly. Nearly 1,000,000,000 people don't have access to clean, safe drinking water. This is why each citizen should do his/her part in providing clean and safe drinking water for those who don't have it."
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