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Provides training, consultation and know-how to social workers and other professionals who intervene to protect children from abuse and neglect.
Finds permanent adoptive homes for abused, neglected, and special needs children in US foster care (without charging fees) using national network of trained adoption volunteers.
A global network linking advocates in 150 nations promoting religious freedom & human rights, conflict resolution, and life & family while integrating faith and profession.
Your generous contributions help thousands of children, spouses/partners (women and men), and the elderly who are abuse victims and vulnerable to family violence.
Specializing in constitutional law, the ACLJ is dedicated to the concept that freedom and democracy are God-given inalienable rights that must be protected.
The nation's foremost defender of civil liberties. Defends constitutional rights. Upholds free speech, religious liberty, equality, privacy, due process. Protects minorities, women, immigrants, the poor.
Exclusively dedicated to understanding and preventing suicide through research and education and to reaching out to people with mood disorders and those impacted by suicide.
Helping people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing cruelty towards animals. Based in New York City since its inception in 1866, the organization's mission is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States.""
Provides comprehensive professional mental health and substance abuse treatment and case management to children, youth, families and adults in Arapahoe and Douglas Counties.
Provides advocacy, education, guardianships, support broker services, public-policy development, training and information assistance to individuals with developmental and related disabilities and their families.
A national, grassroots, advocacy organization of and for people with mental retardation and related developmental disabilities and their families.
We provide ongoing home and community based services and evidence-based therapies to enhance quality of life for all individuals with autism and their families
Assists emotional and financial recovery of burn victims and their families through Children's Burn Camp, Courage House family shelter, financial assistance and prevention education programs.
Committed to the fight against the world's foremost health problem-cardiovascular disease. Improvement of cardiovascular care through medical research, professional education and public awareness.
Ashoka supports individual social entrepreneurs, brings communities of entrepreneurs together, builds infrastructure to support the citizen sector and facilitates the spread of social innovation globally.
Protects and promotes the civil rights of Asian Americans through litigation, advocacy, community education and organizing.
AAFAKC, founded in 1982, provides educational programs for nurses, physicians, daycare workers, adults and children. It also provides breathing machines, peak flow meters, spacers and other equipment needed to control asthma. AAFAKC has adult discussion groups, college scholarships and summer day camp. Education materials and quarterly newsletter are available free of charge.
Provides state level advocacy/representation, information/referral, networking groups, family enrichment activities, conferences and seminars, family camps, promotes awareness
Dedicated to improving the lives of all affected by Autism in Ohio through support, information dissemination, referral, education, advocacy, resource development and increasing awareness.
Our mission is to improve the lives of all affected by autism by providing guidance, education, support and leadership to families, professionals, and policy makers.
Volunteer organization providing support, education, awareness, and advocacy to families who have children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder including Aspergers Syndrome, PDD-NOS & related disabilities
To empower individuals with Autism, their families and their service providers to improve the quality of their lives through support and information.
Our aim is to improve the lives of those affected by autism spectrum disorders. For 50+ years we've provided information & referral, educational outreach and support/social groups.
Supports people with autism spectrum disorders, their families and professionals by promoting awareness through education, training & research support.
Back on My Feet (BoMF) is a national nonprofit organization that uses running to help those experiencing homelessness change the way they see themselves so they can make real change in their lives that results in employment and independent living.
The Brain Injury Association of Wisconsin's mission is the prevention of brain injury and the full participation in life for individuals with brain injury.
Provides information and Resources Service Coordinator, camp program, peer visitor for veterans program, comprehensive website, support groups, and educational conferences.
Assist burn survivors in their recovery and educate the public in burn prevention. We host a cost-free camp for burn-injured children in Missouri and Kansas.
Our mission is to save young lives by advancing the knowledge and prevention of depression and suicide.
CHAPS serves children and families living with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties through the use of creative counseling & equine-assisted mental health activities.
CORE / El Centro provides a healthcare option, especially to those of low income, offering natural healing therapies on a sliding fee scale, promoting wellness and prevention.
Assists and supports the community in overcoming mental, emotional and other challenges to a productive life, focusing on employment, economic stability and life skills.
Camp Korey is dedicated to bringing joy and fun into the lives of children facing serious and life-threatening illnesses at no cost.
Service and companion dogs are professionally and custom trained to enable persons with physical, developmental, and cognitive disabilities to become more independent.
Carelink provides Meals on Wheels and other services to help homebound older people maintain independence and continue living in their homes.
Enhance the lives of people with brain injuries, autism, and other disabilities through a full continuum of community based services.
Resources to women and families living with breast cancer.
Through educational programs, information/referral services, direct services, financial assistance to individuals with the birth defect, spina bifida, the association educates and supports its members.
Helping abused children by bringing them hope and healing through crisis intervention, personal counseling, support groups, legal aid, medical referrals, education, and a national hotline.
When seriously ill Oregon and SW Washington children need more than medicine, COCA steps in with resources, friendship, mentoring and the healing power of music.
Focusing on the needs of children and families dealing with childhood cancer we provide financial, educational and psychological support during a time of uncertainty.
Nine million innocent children needlessly die before age five! Help us provide millions of meals, healthcare, clean water, housing, education, and stop starvation.
A national watchdog organization advocating on behalf of abused and neglected children all across the United States.
Partnering with Oklahoma's most trusted health charities to deliver credible health information, community-focused volunteer activities, and efficient charitable giving to employees in the workplace.
Makes high quality treatment, rehabilitation, vocational and housing opportunities available to Maryland's children and adults with mental illnesses in partnership with community-based service agencies.
Philosophy of teaching hospice concepts to professional care givers and administrators who desire to improve the quality of care to patients experiencing an irreversible illness.
A unique organization in Connecticut that provides funds to Connecticut cancer patients for rent, mortgage, utilities, food, transportation, medications and more.
We provide exemplary rehabilitation care to people affected by spinal cord and traumatic brain injury so they can achieve optimal health, independence, and life quality.
Serving over 300 individuals with intellectual disabilites, and actively seeking assistance for over 2000 more in Arapahoe and Douglas Counties and the City of Aurora.
Provides year-round therapeutic, recreational and competitive fitness programs for cognitively age-appropriate children who are physically disabled, visually impaired, deaf, or hard of hearing.
DoSomething.org is one of the largest organizations in the US for teens and social change. Join us at www.DoSomething.org.
Serving persons with Down syndrome, their families and the community through support groups, educational programming, medical professional training, public education, outreach and resource library.
Provides a lifetime of support, education and advocacy to families with Down Syndrome through four core service areas; family support, education, public awareness, and advocacy.
The mission of DSAMT is to enhance the lives of individuals with Down Syndrome throughout their lifespan by providing support informatin and education.
Our mission is simple. We are here to provide support to families and individuals with Down syndrome through education, information and experiences.
Our organization provides seminars conferences social events support groups other services and literature for individuals with Down Syndrome and the professionals that serve them.
Dress for Success is an international non-profit organization that promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women through suiting, career development, and employment retention programs.
Providing education, outreach and support for those affected by Parkinson disease and dedicated to research efforts until a cure is found.
Dedicated to expanding prosperity in public housing neighborhoods, so residents and their families have opportunities for economic mobility and self-sufficiency.
Provides food, clothing, shelter, education, spiritual, and medical care to homeless, neglected, abused, and communicatively handicapped boys and girls.
Nation's leading domestic hunger-relief organization, annually securing and distributing groceries to over 37 million Americans in need. Our goal is to end hunger in America.
Provides recovery services for burn survivors, summer camp for burned children, fire and burn prevention equipment, continuing education and research, and supports burn care facilities.
Providing magical, transformative camp experiences for children with serious illness and their families, free of charge. Where camp is good medicine!
Improves quality of life for persons with disabilities, injuries or illness through the vehicle of golf in Central Ohio and is nationally recognized.
At age 18 most foster youth are on their own. FC2S provide moral and financial support to parentless teens pursuing college and vocational training.
Caring for medically fragile or terminally ill children, birth through 18 years. Services provides are home health, medical daycare, and early intervention therapies.
The mission is to provide services to empower people with disabilities to lead self-directed, independent, and productive lives in Frederick and Carroll counties
Combines microfinance, education and health protection services to help poor families in the developing world improve their incomes, safeguard their health and achieve food security.
An all-volunteer organization that financially, for emergency, social and employment needs, assists Arlingtonians with mental illness, strengthening their ability to live independently in Arlington.
Devoted to enriching daily lives of children with cancer by providing them and their families with educational, emotional and recreational support needed throughout their illness.
Works to eliminate domestic violence by providing support to Georgia domestic violence centers, administering the statewide DV Hotline, Transitional Housing and Fatality Review Projects.
To promote quality hospice and palliative care throughout Georgia by providing information, education and advocacy
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place; delivers programs to diverse populations within the service area.
Give Kids The World is a 70-acre, nonprofit in Central Florida that provides a week-long, cost-free vacations to children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.
Good Grief's mission is to normalize grief in our communities through education, advocacy and year-round grief support programs for grieving children, teens and adults.
Provides end-of-life hospice care through physical, spiritual, psychosocial and palliative comfort care for the terminally ill. Bereavement counseling is available for families. .
Goodwill is comprised of 158 community-based organizations providing employment training, job placement, and other social services for more than 4.2 million people in 2011.
Enhance the daily living for adults with developmental and other disabilities through employment, education, and life skills training, leading to improved interaction in the larger community.
A child with special needs deserves a chance to fulfill their full potential. You can help provide a path to independence.
Provides education, patient services (summer camp, seminars and support groups), research and advocacy for persons with hemophilia and von Willebrand's Disease.
Represents individual organizations devoted to finding a cure for hemophilia, Von Willebrand's disease and other coagulating deficiencies through research and psycho-social services.
We provide a summer camp for children ages 7 -18, patient financial assistance, a group fitness program, annual member meeting, quarterly newsletter and educational seminars
Improve the quality of care and life for people with hemophilia, von Willebrand disease and other inherited bleeding disorders through education, peer support and advocacy.
Improving the quality of life of persons affected by bleeding disorders through advocacy, education, promotion of research and supportive programs and services.
Devoted to finding a cure for hemophilia, Von Willebrand's disease, and other coagulating deficiencies through research and psycho-social services.
Providing dignity, comfort and peace at the end of life wherever you call home. 24/7 on-call support. Because quality of life matters.
Ensures a healthy environment and economy in the Edwards Aquifer region by conserving natural areas, scenic vistas, rivers, streams and working ranches for future generations.
Working to preserve a legacy of protected green space in southwestern Pennsylvania by acquiring and managing land and educating the public about the importance of our region's natural resources.
Offers support and technical assistance to terminally ill patients in all areas to receive quality care and needed services.
Serving the needs of terminally ill people and their families throughout Wisconsin.
Advances and promotes excellence in end of life care through advocacy for patients families and the caregiving community providing education and fostering innovation in services.
65 years of protection and education continue throughout the Housatonic River Watershed focusing on clean water, education, its 50-mile riverway, and land protection.
Provides residential and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment services to adults mainly for no or reduced charges.
Helping older adults with dignity and independence in housing most appropriate to their circumstances.
Provides information and resources to educate the public and foster sound public policy to end discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans.
Humanim provides workforce development, mental health, deaf and developmental disability services to adolescents, adults and older adults most in need throughout Maryland.
The Idaho Meth Project is a statewide prevention and public awareness program aimed at significantly reducing first-time Meth use among Idaho teens and young adults.
Provides housing for people with HIV/AIDS throughout much of Missouri and southern Illinois, including emergency housing, rent-subsidized units, rent, mortgage, and utility assistance programs.
Promotes effective teaching approaches for dyslexia, supports research, exploration of causes and identification of dyslexia; supplies information and referrals about dyslexia and related learning disabilities.
Treating families to WOW! Experiences, giving children who will lose their mom or dad to cancer a timeout to create memories together as a family.
Provides home-based nursing case management, genetic screening and education, and family support services to persons with sickle cell trait and sickle cell disease.
Supports programs to improve the lives of individuals and families living with Tourette's, Asperger Syndrome and associated neurological disorders through research, education and social programs.
Provides disabled individuals with increased independence and confidence as well as easier and safer mobility through assistance dogs specifically trained and matched to each individual.
The clinic provides high quality, culturally sensitive, holistic services for those with limited resources by offering affordable or free health care to indigent, underserved populations.
Providing grief services to those affected by Sudden Infant Death, community education to reduce infant morality and support for medical research to eradicate infant death.
Transitional community-living opportunity for restoring basic life skills and improving the social well-being of individuals recovering from serious and persistent mental illness.
Provides free rides to non-emergency medical, dental, prenatal and mental health appointments for children and expectant mothers who have little or no means of transportation.
Owns and operates Lakewood Center, a psychiatric residential treatment facility for chronically mentally ill individuals, serving all Florida residents.
LatinoJustice defends the rights of Latinos living and working in the US. We challenge discrimination through impact litigation and promote leadership through our educational programs.
Serving children and adults with developmental and related disabilities, their families and the community since 1949; offers information, assistance, education, advocacy and life planning services.
Provides therapeutic horseback riding, social skills groups, at-risk youth mentoring program, individual/family counseling to children, adults, seniors & veterans with disabilities.
Little City provides innovative services and opportunities where individuals with autism, developmental and intellectual disabilities can live safely, learn continuously, explore creatively and work productively.
Networks hospice agencies for the purpose of research, education, public awareness and advocacy for terminally ill patients and the bereaved throughout Mississippi and Louisiana.
Supports patient services, public awareness, and the search for a cure for lupus through education, awareness, support, advocacy and research.
Provides funding for meals and nutrition services through community-based meal programs to reduce hunger, improve health and enhance quality of life for frail homebound seniors.
Provides adult, child, and family outpatient services; vocational training, employment, coaching, and placement; housing, food, clothing, furnishings to help people recover from mental illness.
Police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors, and crime survivors working to help ensure that all children and youth get the right start in life.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) works to protect families from drunk driving and underage drinking, while also supporting victims of drunk driving crashes.
We put nutritious meals on the table for low-income individuals with AIDS, cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. We also provide medical transportation and culinary training.
Fights for equality, access to education, employment, health care, housing, environmental justice, voting rights, criminal justice. Provides scholarships to promising African-American undergraduates and law students.
Focused on protecting and advancing civil rights by eliminating disparities within target areas: social, criminal justice, education, employment, emergency relief, health advocacy, housing, legal assistance.
The nation's largest grassroots support, educational and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by severe mental illnesses.
The NAD's mission is to preserve, protect, and promote the civil, human and linguistic rights of deaf and hard of hearing people in the USA.
Works to improve and advance the quality of life for Black children and their families through advocacy, education and other outreach programs.
To generate increased public support for the law enforcement profession by permanently recording and appropriately commemorating the service and sacrifice of law enforcement officers.
Provides legal representation nationwide to Native American tribes, organizations, and individuals in cases of national significance involving tribal sovereignty, natural resources and human rights.
NY's largest environmental and consumer rights organization promotes renewable energy, air quality and safe drinking water. Victories include: closing power plants, improving mass transit.
Provides financial assistance to those with mental health issues not covered through other resources, while building awareness within the community about broader mental health challenges.
Opportunity Village is a not for profit organization serving citizens with intellectual and related disabilities in southern Nevada through vocational, employment, respite & habilitation.
Ensuring that care is excellent, wishes are respected, and information about all end-of-life choices and options is open, honest and accurate.
Gives all children in our programs the chance just to be kids and have fun in a safe camp environment specifically built for their needs.
People's provides primary health care, including mental health, substance abuse, dental and more, regardless of economic status or ability to pay.
Arizona's only freestanding children's hospital, providing world-class care in over 65 pediatric specialties to meet the needs of our state's sickest kids.
Statewide agency offering full range of services to children and adults with disabilities including residential camping, ASL, interpreting, audiological services, assistive technology and case management services.
We are America's leading organization working at the local, state and national levels to strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect.
Provides programs to transform prisoners' lives and help them make responsible moral choices. Angel Tree program provides Christmas gifts to prisoners' children. Founder Chuck Colson.
Global network of 124 national Prison Fellowship ministries addressing physical, social and spiritual needs of prisoners, ex-prisoners, victims and families through mercy, reconciliation and restoration.
Our Mission is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
Information and support services designed to assist parents seeking help for a son or daughter who is using or addicted to alcohol or other drugs.
Annually, SWF provides professional counseling to more than 600 underinsured youth at-risk of suicide in Colorado, emphasizing quick access to specialized care.
SeriousFun creates opportunities for children & families to reach beyond serious illness and discover joy, confidence and a new world of possibilities, free of charge.
Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry campaign is ending childhood hunger in this nation by connecting kids in need with nutritious food.
Shatterproof is a new organization committed to conquering the disease of addiction. Through education, advocacy, and evidence-based programs, we will save countless lives and shatterproof families.
The Shepherd's Call Inc. provides clear thinking and right values to teens and young adults through secular radio programming and a nationwide hopeline.
A life-long vocational and social rehabilitation program increasing quality of life for members who have sustained a traumatic brain injury.
Provides Vision Rehabilitation and education services to blind and visually impaired children and adults. Counseling, groups, equipment and training is to help individuals be independent.
Provides information, education, advocacy, and support to individuals with autism spectrum disorder, their families and professional caregivers and works to raise the public's awareness.
Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward making the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity a reality.
Through year round sports training and athletic competition for individuals with intellectual disabilites, we strengthen lives and increase awareness of "abilities" within our community.
Stillwaters offers free, professional, compassionate counseling and support to anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis. We encourage healing through the mind, body and spirit.
Assists children and adults with disabilities in gaining access to critical new technologies for education, employment, and independence.
We work with enterprising people in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses and industries.
Dedicated to preserving the lives of newborns and helping grieving families heal; partnership of family nonprofit and Michigan Health Department SIDS/Other infant Death Program.
Provides residential, outpatient and halfway house treatment for substance abusers, empowering those in recovery without means to regain physical and mental health.
To assist all those affected by Turner Syndrome, to promote research, educate and advocate Turner Syndrome.
Advances the independence of individuals with disabilities in Maryland through services and supports for children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.
Serve children from St. Louis region who have wide-range of disabilities from birth to 21 years whose needs would not be met without Variety's sustained commitment.
We provide life-enriching assistance to Wisconsin children age 21 and younger who are challenged by physical disabilities.
Committed to raising funds and awareness to enhance the mental health of all in our community by providing quality, accessible and comprehensive care.
As the Vietnam Veterans Memorial founders, VVMF works to preserve the legacy of The Wall, to promote healing and to educate about Vietnam War Era.
Promotes compassionate care for terminally ill Virginians and their families by providing training to hospices, and hospice information to health care professionals and the public.
We provide various educational and support services through printed materials, seminars, clinic support lunches, scholarships, camperships and newsletters and annual meetings presenting current info.
Provides free vision for children and adults in northeast Florida and helps facilitate exams and/or glasses in for those in need at no cost.
Helping those in need live healthy, safe and productive lives. Our ministry of service supports and empowers America's vulnerable. Please join us in changing lives.
Through home visits and center programs we strive to address the unmet health and wellness needs of mothers, infants, and children living in rural poverty.
Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors.
Works to protect children in the nation's juvenile justice and foster care systems from abuse with particular attention to improving outcomes for infants and toddlers.