Empower children affected by HIV/AIDS and trans youth through educational camp programs
Our mission is to put the power of computing and digital making into the hands of people all over the world. We do this so that more people can harness the power of computing and digital technologies to learn, to solve problems that matter to them, and to express themselves creatively.
We empower refugees through culinary training, job placement assistance, and work experience at our restaurant in Brooklyn.
CURE is dedicated to conquering childhood cancer through funding targeted research while supporting patients and their families.
BRC offers a hand UP towards health & self-sufficiency to those reclaiming their lives from homelessness, mental illness, and addiction.
Person-to-Person provides individuals and families with assistance for basic needs to overcome daily challenges and access to resources to improve their lives. Our Vision: Educated, financially-stable, and hunger-free homes for all.
LavaMaeX is a non-profit accelerator changing the way the world sees and serves our unhoused neighbors.
The Louisiana SPCA's mission is to promote, protect and advance the well-being of Louisiana's companion animals.
Provide life-saving cardiac care to children, regardless of race, religion, gender, nationality or financial status.
The Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation is the world's leading nonprofit health organization dedicated to supporting patients and families living with aplastic anemia, myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH), and related bone marrow failure diseases. The Foundation provides answers, support, and hope to thousands of patients and their families around the world. We are a patient-focused, patient-centered organization, serving patients and families throughout the three phases of bone marrow failure diseases: - the life changing phase of diagnosis - the life threatening phase of treatment - the life long phase of living with a chronic disease
We distribute essential hygiene products to support and improve the health, self-esteem, and hygiene education of youth in Greater Boston.
Since 1904, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is incredible potential. As the nation’s largest donor- and volunteer-supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 5 through young adulthood in communities across the country. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.
Children's Health Fund is committed to ensuring high-quality health care for children living in this country's most marginalized communities. We understand the role that racism and systems of oppression play in shaping health and are committed to addressing these root causes that perpetuate inequities.
Save Lives and Bring Hope to Those Affected by Suicide
Accion is a global nonprofit committed to creating a financially inclusive world, with a pioneering legacy in microfinance and fintech impact investing. Accion catalyzes financial service providers to deliver high-quality, affordable solutions at scale for the three billion people who are left out of – or poorly served by – the financial sector. For nearly 60 years, Accion has helped tens of millions of people through our work with more than 160 partners in 55 countries.
Direct Relief is a humanitarian organization, active in more than 80 countries and all 50 U.S. states, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies. Nongovernmental, nonsectarian, and not-for-profit, Direct Relief provides assistance to people and communities without regard to politics, religious beliefs, or ethnic identities.
For 20 years, truth has empowered young adults with the tools, information, and support they need to reject tobacco. With opioid use and vaping on the rise, we’ve channeled our experience to fight back against these new epidemics.
Colorectal Cancer Alliance Inc falls under the Health Support category: Organizations that provide equipment, services or other forms of support which are supplemental to the treatment or rehabilitation of people who have illnesses, injuries or disabilities; or which are instrumental in the prevention of illnesses, injuries or disabilities prior to their occurrence.
Putting young people first in Santa Fe through employment, education, leadership development, and wraparound community supports.
Fighting to end period poverty and the period stigma. Menstrual hygiene is a right, not a privilege—everyone should reach their full potential, regardless of a natural need.
LEAP's mission is to empower underserved and first-generation-to-college students to succeed in education, career and life.
Fresh Truck is on a mission to radically impact community health by getting fresh food to people that need it the most.
The Feeding America network of food banks is the nation's largest hunger-relief non-profit working to advance change in America by ensuring equitable access to nutritious food for all in partnership with food banks, policymakers, supporters, and the communities we serve.
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.
We're an international non-profit that works to inspire, education, and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.
Advance good health, human flourishing, and equitable care for and with the hardest-to-reach communities. We build and apply open-source digital tools that help health workers deliver just, quality care to their neighbors and community.
Alleviating poverty is at the heart of what we do. We create jobs in developing countries and love telling people, “You’re Hired!”
Through mentoring, financial and career support, we give promising graduates of Boston public schools a 2nd chance at a college education.
We create schools, programs and global communities around the common goal of quality education for all children.
We are outraged that girls around the world face injustices that threaten their education, safety and ultimately their lives. Together with adolescent girls and supporters like you, we're working to end child marriage, human trafficking and other injustices preventing youth, especially girls, from growing into their potential. COVID-19 update: The fight for gender equality cannot take a backseat right now. Girls who were already vulnerable are in even more danger. When schools close their doors, girls are at the highest risk of never going back again. When health care resources are diverted, girls lose crucial services. And in times of crisis, like this pandemic, harmful practices like child marriage, trafficking and gender-based violence dramatically escalate. We aren’t giving up, and we know you aren’t either. We’ll be here, every day, making sure girls are safe and healthy and that their futures aren’t compromised. But we really can’t do this without you.
The Council for Economic Education’s (CEE’s) mission is to equip K-12 students with the tools and knowledge of personal finance and economics so that they can make better decisions for themselves, their families, and their communities. We carry out our mission by providing resources and training to K-12 educators and have done so for over 70 years. Nearly two-thirds of the teachers we reach in-person are in low to moderate income schools. All resources and programs are developed by educators and delivered by our 188 affiliates across the country in every state. We reach over 50,000 teachers a year through in-person professional development and those teachers, in turn, reach approximately 5 million students throughout the country. EconEdLink, our free online educator gateway for economic and personal finance lessons and resources, attracts more than 700,000 unique visitors per year. We also advocate for more education in personal finance and economics through our Survey of the States.
TRAIN AND EMPLOY UNDERPRIVILEGED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO WORK AS TECHNICAL (CONT.ON SCH.O) PROFESSIONALS IN LARGE CORPORATIONS DURING THEIR SENIOR YEAR IN HIGH SCHOOL IN ORDER TO DISCOVER THAT THEY CAN SUCCEED IN THE CORPORATE WORLD
Working with the North Korean people to accelerate change.
Food Recovery Network is a national nonprofit that empowers students and professionals to fight waste and feed people through food recovery.
Our Commitment is to continue the compassion of Britney Gengel by serving the children of Haiti and sustaining a safe, nurturing home rooted in the virtues of Faith, Hope and Love while developing a sense of social responsibility, community involvement, and unconditional love. Our mission is to raise the next generation of leaders in Haiti!
Razia’s Ray of Hope Foundation provides girls young and women in Afghanistan with free, award-winning K-12 schooling and post-secondary programs. Our model of transformative, community-based education incubates strong leaders, builds career pathways, and creates peaceful cultural change within an educational cycle that impacts present and future generations. Founder and president Razia Jan, humanitarian and CNN Top 10 Hero, has worked for decades to build connections between Afghans and Americans while improving the lives of girls and young women in Afghanistan through education and opportunity.
D-Rev is a nonprofit portfolio medical device company that designs market-driven health solutions to ensure access to world-class, affordable products for the people who need them most. We find the most critical health care issues disproportionately impacting the world's poor and most vulnerable and design cost-effective, culturally-appropriate solutions to close the gaps in quality healthcare. We believe that our user-centric model to design and deliver solutions via the market has the potential to solve critical health problems – for good. By providing services in low-income markets that traditional medical device companies overlook, we expand addressable markets for the industry. We push companies to compete with D-Rev by bringing down their prices while maintaining quality – resulting in greater choice for purchasers and better care for patients.
The West Suburban Humane Society (WSHS) is a private, volunteer-based, animal welfare organization that was founded in 1972 as a lost-and-found referral service and in 2020, opened a brand new Adoption Center that can house up to 25 dogs and 60 cats! WSHS is 100% funded by individuals, our business partners and private grants. The West Suburban Humane Society is dedicated to operating a premier animal shelter for the purpose of finding safe, permanent and compatible homes to adopt domestic dogs and cats. We are committed to educating and encouraging the public to humanely care for dogs and cats. No Kill Statement - The West Suburban Humane Society is a “no-kill” shelter. A “no-kill” shelter is typically defined by a save rate of 90%. West Suburban’s save rate is 98%. We never euthanize for space or time constraints. By “no-kill”, we mean that once we take an animal into our care, we treat that animal no differently than if it was one of our own pets.
Bottom Line helps first-generation students from low-income backgrounds get into college, graduate, and go far in life.
We believe that every person has the right to live free of sexual assault. We are moving to end sexual assault and the suffering it causes.
Capital Good Fund is a nonprofit, U.S. Treasury-certified Community Development Financial Institution headquartered in Providence, RI. Our mission is to create pathways out of poverty and advance a green economy through inclusive financial services. Since 2009, we have financed over 5,000 small-dollar personal loans totaling $10.6 million (with a 95% repayment rate) and graduated more than 1,660 families through our Financial & Health Coaching program. As a social justice organization, we believe in the vision of Dr. Muhammad Yunus, the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Winner: to "put poverty into museums" through microfinance.
Peer Health Exchange’s empowers young people with the knowledge, skills, and resources to make healthy decisions. We do this by training college students to teach a skills-based health curriculum in under-resourced high schools across the country.
Let’s Get Ready provides free SAT prep, admissions counseling, and post-enrollment mentoring to students from low-income backgrounds and who are first-generation-to-college. Our peer-driven program is administered by highly trained and highly effective college students who mentor younger students to and through college.
SightLife is a nonprofit global health organization dedicated to eliminating corneal blindness worldwide by 2040.
YPIE partners with students to ensure they are ready for, enroll in, and complete college.
Promoting the power of the arts to build better lives, better communities, and a better nation. All the arts for all the people!
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!
Our mission is to give all children the chance to read and succeed.