Empower children affected by HIV/AIDS and trans youth through educational camp programs
Shoes That Fit gives kids in need new shoes so they can attend school with dignity and joy, prepared to learn, play, and thrive.
We are a 10-12 year program that coaches San Francisco students to become the first in their families to graduate from college ready to pursue careers that are meaningful to them!
Upwardly Global unlocks opportunities for immigrants and refugees to fully contribute to their communities and the U.S. economy.
Tides center accelerates the pace of social change working with innovative partners to solve society's toughest problems.
Monday Night Car Shows is a recognized 501(c)(3) non-for-profit organization comprised of local businessmen and citizens dedicated to the Classic Car Hobby and the Community at large. Our mission is to advance the Classic Car Hobby through community awareness, camaraderie, and providing scholarships and job opportunities to high school seniors looking to pursue a career in the Automotive Industy.
Putting young people first in Santa Fe through employment, education, leadership development, and wraparound community supports.
The Advocates of Lake County provides trauma-informed services and promotes a community where survivors of domestic and sexual violence may achieve personal autonomy.
Connect volunteer translators and interpreters with refugees, asylum seekers, and NGOs in need of language access.
Game Changers Foundation Inc falls under the Recreation & Sports N.E.C. category.
Empower Work is on a mission to create healthy, equitable work spaces where people are supported, valued, and empowered. We believe that when people thrive at work, communities, companies, the economy, and our democracy, thrive. Our approach fuels positive change in three key ways: 1. Our text line provides immediate, confidential support for underrepresented and underresourced workers at critical work moments, 2. Our trained peer counselors utilize their training not just on the line, but in their workplaces, and 3. Aggregate, anonymous data from the conversations can inform new approaches, tools, trainings, and policies for systemic workplace change. Empower Work falls under the Employment N.E.C. category.
The Women’s Foundation of Boston is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that creates, funds, and accelerates programs that equip Boston women and girls to be financially independent, successful, and valued leaders in their communities. We aspire to be the central vehicle for investing in women and girls in the Greater Boston area, and to build a thriving network of female leaders in the nonprofit and business communities.
Unshattered is a nonprofit social enterprise whose mission is to end relapse by providing job skills training and employing women in recovery from addiction. Our team makes premium handbags and accessories out of upcycled materials. We use sets from Broadway shows, retired military uniforms, manufacturing scrap and more. The crew is made up of women in recovery from addiction, and we see our product as a direct reflection of their lives... something discarded and without purpose, remade into something beautiful, purposeful, and meaningful!
LexRAP is a Lexington-based 501C non-profit organization helping refugees to settle in the United States and to become productive and well-adjusted members of the community. The mission of LexRAP is to support and to assist refugees and asylum seekers to integrate into American society. This assistance includes a support network for housing, food, clothing, transportation, health care, education (especially English), employment, legal aid, and socialization. Beneficiaries of this assistance must have received (or be legally seeking) permission to live in the U.S., either temporarily or permanently.
We empower refugees through culinary training, job placement assistance, and work experience at our restaurant in Brooklyn.
#HashtagLunchbag is a global movement that empowers everyday people in their local community to spread love, one lunch bag at a time.
Centers For Youth And Families Inc falls under the Family Services category: Organizations that provide a wide variety of social services that are designed to support healthy family development, improve the family's ability to resolve problems and prevent the need for unnecessary placement of children in settings outside the home. Our mission is to provide specialized prevention, intervention and treatment services that promote emotional and social wellness for children and families in Arkansas.
THE IDEA YOU DON'T HAVE IS THE VOICE YOU HAVEN'T HEARD. Inclusion changes what's possible. Master the skills to lead change and reveal the potential in everyone. The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) is a non-profit community that convenes, equips, and unites change leader organizations to increase the meaningful participation of all women — at the intersections of race, ethnicity, class, age, sexual orientation, and disability status — in the influential field of computing, particularly in terms of innovation and development. NCWIT is the only national non-profit focused on women's participation in computing across the entire ecosystem, supplying change leaders from more than 1,200 organizations with resources to recruit, retain, and advance women from K-12 and higher education through industry and entrepreneurial careers by providing support, evidence, and action. Revolutionizing the face of technology®
Bringing children with cancer a piece of normal childhood through themed hospital parties & family experiences.
The GCCAC protects and enhances the quality of life for victims of sexual violence and child abuse in our community.
We empower limited means K-12 youth and their families to overcome individual challenges in order to achieve healthier and more fulfilling lives. Through out-of-school programming, and using a long-term, relationally-based and holistic approach to development, we work to enrich the mind, body and spirit. We assist with academic needs, teach social and emotional learning skills, provide other life skills and introduce youth to experiences they might not otherwise enjoy. Our youth come from families that struggle to help their children achieve their potential because they are burdened with their own issues. Our work with families provides support to mitigate situations impacting our students, such as hunger, homelessness, inadequate transportation, financial instability and other Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
Building Homes Rebuilding Lives
Tuesday’s Children provides a lifetime of healing for those who have been forever changed by terrorism and traumatic loss.
Providing the best care for older adults and their families, at home and at our facilities regardless of race, religion or financial ability.
The National Low Income Housing Coalition is dedicated solely to achieving socially just public policy that ensures people with the lowest incomes in the United States have affordable and decent homes. Educate: We educate lawmakers and the public about the need for affordable homes. Mobilize: We mobilize members and supporters across the country to advocate for good housing policy. Shape Public Opinion: We shape public opinion of low income housing issues.
Gleaming Hope Inc falls under the Human Service Organizations category: Reach the people in Ukraine through the gospel of hope and healing. Engage all generations through gatherings, groups and projects. Be the organization that helps and serves others.
The organization's mission is to fight childhood hunger by providing children in need with meals on the weekends.
We build schools and provide education for children living on coffee farms to give them a future beyond the fields.
We work to increase participation in sports by youth who have a physical disability or visual impairment.
Fresh Truck is on a mission to radically impact community health by getting fresh food to people that need it the most.
Lori's Hands pairs undergraduate students with individuals living with chronic illness in meaningful, helping relationships.
Food Recovery Network is a national nonprofit that empowers students and professionals to fight waste and feed people through food recovery.
USAHello uses the power of technology to provide online resources to help refugees and immigrants build new lives in the US.
Teach financial literacy skills to high school girls to build independence, self-confidence and increase the pipeline of women in finance and financial service.
We distribute essential hygiene products to support and improve the health, self-esteem, and hygiene education of youth in Greater Boston.
The Jeffrey Deskovic Foundation For Justice falls under the Human Services N.E.C. category. The Deskovic Foundation is a New York based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to exonerating the wrongfully convicted both in DNA and non-DNA cases, as well as wrongful conviction prevention. The Foundation was established as a result of Jeffrey Deskovic’s own wrongful conviction at the age of 17 of the rape and murder of a 15 year old girl. Authorities knew his DNA did not match that of the actual perpetrator – who, three years later, went on to murder another young woman and mother of two – but rogue police officers, prosecutors, and other law enforcement personnel knowingly and maliciously accused, prosecuted, and eventually secured his conviction. After his exoneration and release after sixteen years in prison, Deskovic successfully sued the authorities responsible and used a substantial portion of the compensation he was awarded to start the Deskovic Foundation. Deskovic has ded
Utec Inc falls under the Youth Development Programs category: Programs that provide opportunities for children and youth to participate in recreational, cultural, social and civic activities through membership in clubs and other youth groups with a special focus whose purpose is to help youngsters develop their potential and grow into healthy, educated, responsible and productive adults.
The Feeding America network of food banks is the nation's largest hunger-relief non-profit working to end hunger.
Our mission is to end homelessness in the lives of individuals by providing housing and comprehensive supportive services.
To provide Christ-centered programs and services for the homeless and those in need. To see every man, woman, and child we serve equipped to be productive citizens who enjoy lasting success in Christ.
The Innocence Project's mission is to free the staggering number of innocent people who remain incarcerated, and to bring reform to the system responsible for their unjust imprisonment.
We're an international non-profit that works to inspire, education, and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.
Imentor falls under the Youth Development Programs category: Programs that provide opportunities for children and youth to participate in recreational, cultural, social and civic activities through membership in clubs and other youth groups with a special focus whose purpose is to help youngsters develop their potential and grow into healthy, educated, responsible and productive adults.
Techgirlz is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering girls to be future technology leaders.
Doc Wayne was founded in 2002 by Susan Wayne, the former President of Justice Resource Institute, in memory of her brother Eli (Doc), and his belief in using sport as a medium for positive youth development. In 2010, Doc Wayne became an independent non-profit organization. Our mission is to fuse sport and therapy to heal and strengthen at-risk youth. Over time, as individuals and in teams, they learn to heal together, grow together, and win together.
Enable the poor, especially women, to create a world without hunger and poverty.
Transforming elementary school science education for everyone by teaching students, training teachers, and engagin the scientific community.
Empower children affected by HIV/AIDS and trans youth through educational camp programs