Empower children affected by HIV/AIDS and trans youth through educational camp programs
We empower refugees through culinary training, job placement assistance, and work experience at our restaurant in Brooklyn.
BRC offers a hand UP towards health & self-sufficiency to those reclaiming their lives from homelessness, mental illness, and addiction.
JOIN exists to support the efforts of individuals and families experiencing homelessness to transition into permanent housing. Our efforts are directed at individuals sleeping outside or in their car in the Portland Metro area. Our service provision is not dependent on age, gender, race, ethnicity, faith, culture, language, sexual identity, specific diagnosis, or identifiable issue.
We distribute essential hygiene products to support and improve the health, self-esteem, and hygiene education of youth in Greater Boston.
We seek to drive hunger from our communities today and end hunger forever.
City Harvest is New York City’s largest food rescue organization, helping to feed the nearly 1.2 million New Yorkers struggling to put meals on the table.
Putting young people first in Santa Fe through employment, education, leadership development, and wraparound community supports.
Fresh Truck is on a mission to radically impact community health by getting fresh food to people that need it the most.
We aim to reduce youth violence by connecting proven-risk young people with new networks and opportunities, including meaningful career tracks in and beyond personal training. We use the gym to replace segregation, isolation, and systemic racism with economic mobility and social inclusion, disrupting the cycle that leads to urban street violence here in Boston.
We work to end hunger through community partnerships.
Career Wardrobe uses clothing to inspire change. From suits for work to everyday wear to affirm your identity, we are here to help.
Urban Pathways ensures that homeless and at-risk New Yorkers have the housing, services and support they need to be self-sufficient.
Jane Doe Inc. (JDI) is the one and only statewide membership coalition in Massachusetts devoted to working on issues of sexual and domestic violence through a gender equity and racial justice lens.
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!
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).
Providing the best care for older adults and their families, at home and at our facilities regardless of race, religion or financial ability.
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.
A Kids Place Of Tampa Bay falls under the Family Services category: A Kid’s Place has five homes on an expansive tree-lined campus that provide a safe, home-like environment in a neighborhood setting. Our residential program services children from birth to age 18, who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, or abandonment. We provide a variety of services which meet the social, educational, medical, and psychological needs of each child. Our primary focus is to keep sibling groups together in a safe, stable, and nurturing environment until a more permanent placement can be provided.
St. Francis House rebuilds lives by providing refuge and pathways to stability for adults experiencing homelessness and poverty every day.
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.
Hudson Crossing Park Inc falls under the Parks & Playgrounds category: Organizations that develop, maintain and make available to the general public recreational areas which are equipped with athletic fields and courts, campgrounds, picnic areas and a variety of recreational trails such as bridle trails, hiking trails, off-the-road vehicle trails and snowmobile trails.
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.
Lori's Hands pairs undergraduate students with individuals living with chronic illness in meaningful, helping relationships.
Our mission is to end homelessness in the lives of individuals by providing housing and comprehensive supportive services.
Waypoint Adventure uses quality experiential and adventure-based programs to transform the lives of individuals with disabilities. We live in a world where the word ‘disabled’ is perceived to be synonymous with ‘incapable’. Waypoint Adventure works to combat that perception. Waypoint breaks down barriers and opens up the world of possibilities for its participants.
Help young people unlock their potential and power.
Children Across America falls under the Children & Youth Services category: Organizations that provide a wide variety of informational, social and supportive services for children and youth including runaways and other troubled youth.
Sojourner Truth House is a ministry of hope and help for homeless and at-risk women and their children sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. Through hospitality, advocacy, integrative services and collaboration, participants improve their quality of life and that of the community in a safe, trusting environment.
Louis D. Brown Peace Institute is a center of healing, teaching, and learning for families and communities impacted by murder, trauma, grief and loss.
Critical home repairs for low-income residents, veterans, seniors, those with physical or developmental disabilities and other non profits.
HomeCare Options is a not-for-profit home healthcare agency whose mission is to assist individuals and families in maintaining a healthy, stable home environment by providing professionally supervised home healthcare and social services to support the individual or family and to ensure quality of life.
GROW North Texas connects North Texans to food, farms, and community to create a sustainable, secure regional food system that enriches the land, encourages economic opportunity through food and agriculture, and provides equitable access to healthy, nutritious food for all residents.
Science Club for Girls provides free, mentor-based STEM programming for girls in grades K-12 from underrepresented communities.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Hampshire inspires and enables more than 1,300 youth each day from all across central New Hampshire by providing life changing experiences and a sense of belonging inside of a safe environment.
Founded in 1858, the Morris Animal Refuge is America's First Animal Shelter. We are committed to adoption, education, and high-quality care. Furry friends pictured above : Chucky- a bouncy bulldog mix pupper who spent 6 months at the refuge before finding his perfect home. Our donors allow for us to care for animals for however long it takes to find their perfect match KatKat - Currently still looking for her forever home, this beautiful green eyed kitty has been at the refuge since November. She's tested positive for FIV, but with a bit of TLC she can have many, many years if purrs and cuddling ahead of her. Donors help us care for animals regardless of condition. Baby - Adopted in September, this 1 year old Flemish giant rabbit was surrendered by her previous owner and was looking for a new home. She needed a special new person who would give her lots of space to hop and lots of love. Donors help is care for animals regardless of species!
The Playtime Project aims to cultivate resilience in children experiencing family homelessness by providing and expanding access to transformative play experiences.
Mobilizing students, healthcare workers, and entrepreneurs through The Power of Bicycles.