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List of Best Charities to Donate Fund in 2020

List of Best Charities to Donate Fund in 2020

Posted on Apr 17, 2020

Are you looking for the best charities to donate the funds? Here are some interesting facts before that, during 2018, American individuals, philanthropists, organizations across the U.S. have donated a whopping sum of $427.71 Billion.

Do you know that the individual with age group 50-65+ donated 3 times more than the age group 20-35 years?

Donating time, money and other efforts to your best charities is a generous act and a bit relief from the tax deduction. The genericity index of individuals and corporations donating fund to nonprofit is growing YOY. It is expected that the donated fund to charitable organizations will cross $440Bn.

Plenty of charities raise loads of funds to run many social causes, events, and other programs, but many use large portions of their fund in marketing, administration expenses, staff salary and the limited amount goes for social causes. And unfortunately, some of the charities are not more than the smoke-and-mirror schemes.

Choosing the best charity to donate funds by name is a mistake some donors make. A donor must make a background check of nonprofit organizations before making any donations.

An individual can get benefit by donating the money to 501(c) nonprofit organizations. You can exempt the amount you donated to your best charities from tax deductions.

An individual must research on following things before donating fund to your best charity:

Factors to Make Decision in Choosing the Charity

The first doubt comes in the mind of donor is How to choose which charity to support? Deciding to help a charity is one thing but which charity you want to support is another thing. Look at sites like MyPhilanthropedia.org or GreatNonprofits.org to get a feel for what charities are out there. Start to research each nonprofit and make a list of your best nonprofits where you want to donate funds and make sure they are accountable towards you and society.

Some of the factors help you to decide which charity to donate fund:

Type of Charity:

You want to donate to local charities or international charities. You can research the local charities in your locality who are working towards the upliftment of your neighbourhood. Even your small donation towards the charity makes a big impact and you can monitor whether you are utilized properly or not.

501(c) Nonprofit vs Non 501(c) Nonprofit

Make a list of all the local and international registered nonprofit organizations and list out the 501(c)3 charities and other nonprofit organizations. You can exempt a bit of your salary from tax deduction by donating the fund to such nonprofit organizations. And, a surety that your money is going in the hand of right charitable organization.

Category of Nonprofit Organization

Every donor wants good charities to donate fund to make an impact on the society. Some generous donor wants to see an overall development of the society or some wants to donate for a reason like supporting the charity working towards the hunger, development of women, working towards women sanitary and hygiene, education, water crisis or maybe wanting to donate the fund in the natural calamity.

Support Your Charity

You can support your best charity not just by donating fund but by donating your time and efforts also. When using the iConnectX platform, your expertise becomes a fundraising tool.

Here's how it works: professionals pay for mentoring sessions with executives of their choice, and portions of their fees go straight to charity – any charity the executive has designated.

Click here to find Forbes America's Top Charities 2019

The above list includes several that are currently on iConnectX.

List of on-boarded Charities on iConnectX

Name of Charity Website Industry Description
Adelante MujeresEducation & Traininghttp://www.adelantemujeres.orgAdelante Mujeres educates and empowers low income Latina women and their families through holistic programs that ensure their full participation and active leadership in the community. We offer education, empowerment, and enterprise in Washington County, Oregon.
Centro Multicultural La FamiliaSocial Welfarehttp://www.centromulticultural.orgTo provide culturally-competent support services to families in a holistic approach in order to improve their quality of life.
Michigan STEM PartnershipEducation & Traininghttp://www.mistempartnership.orgThe mission of the Michigan STEM Partnership is to provide statewide connections and communications between employers, educators, students and parents, community and professional organizations, and policy-makers, providing strategic support for the development of resources and programs that provide for the effectiveness and sustainability of STEM education and talent.
Detroit Malayalee AssociationCommunityhttp://www.dmausa.orgIt was a great drive and dream of the Malayalees in Detroit and neighboring suburbs to have an association whose main objective is that of preserving and maintaining the culture and heritage of Kerala amongst Detroit Malayalees. This craving led to the inception
Lets Go DetroitChildren & Youthhttp://www.LetsGoDetroit.orgLet's Go Detroit is a non-profit charitable organization focused on improving the Detroit's neighborhoods and communities via volunteering events, donation efforts, and educational ventures.
North Oakland Headwaters Land ConservancyEnvironmenthttp://www.nohlc.orgNorth Oakland Headwaters Land Conservancy is a community supported conservancy dedicated to preserving the natural resources in northwest Oakland County and surrounding areas. We accomplish our goals of preserving land by purchasing land or acquiring easements on properties.
United Way for Southeastern MichiganSocial Welfarehttp://UnitedWaySEM.orgUnited Way for Southeastern Michigan mobilizes the caring power of Detroit and Southeastern Michigan to improve communities and individual lives in measurable and lasting ways by improving lives and empowering every family to succeed by uniting around education, economic prosperity and health — the cornerstones of a strong
Turning Point incChildren & Youthhttp://www.turningpointmacomb.orgTurning Point's mission is to provide programs and resources that enable victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault to regain control of their lives.
Global Alliance for Entrepeneurship and Business DevelopmentInternational Developmenthttp://globalaebd.orgThe Global Alliance for Entrepreneurship and Business Development — Global AEBD -- is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to expand entrepreneurship learning, training, and opportunities (social and for-profit) with a focus on Latin America and the Caribbean. EmpreSomos – Central America, is the current main Global.
Farmington Family YMCAChildren & Youthhttp://www.ymcadetroit.org/farmingtonFarmington Family YMCA Mission Statement: To put Christian principles into practice through programs that help healthy spirit, mind and body for ALL. The Farmington Family YMCA is seeking assistance with our Annual Campaign. Each year we provide assistance to youth and families in our community
Ten Thousand Villages of Huron ValleyEmployments, Trades & Professions-From communities throughout the developing world, every inspired design is crafted with love using local materials (usually natural or recycled) and time-honoured skills by makers we have known and worked with for years. Every purchase improves the lives of makers by supporting their craft and providing a fair, stable income.
Special Ministries of Livingston CountyDisabledhttp://www.special-ministries.orgSpecial Ministries of Livingston County is a 501c(3) non-profit organization that provides quality programming for individuals living with cognitive and physical disABILITIES offering growth in personal relationships, continuous learning, recreation, and spiritual development.
Hands and Feet 24/7Communityhttp://www.handsandfeet24-7.orgThe mission of Hands and Feet 24/7 is to establish a mutually beneficial gathering space for the residents of Taylors, SC and the entities that serve them for the purpose of establishing community development programs, facilitating Gospel-centered education and job training, and housing representatives of organizations from across the Greater Greenville area.
Love to the NationsReligioushttp://www.lovetothenations.com/Love to the Nations exists to share the love of Jesus Christ to the nations, both in word and in deed and to encourage believers to rise up and live the extraordinary life God has called them to live.
Habitat for Humanity of Huron ValleyHousinghttp://www.h4h.orgHabitat for Humanity of Huron Valley works to enrich Washtenaw County through a legacy of affordable home ownership for families of low-income. Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley is a source of hope and inspiration for Washtenaw County, the State of Michigan and the entire world. We are a leader in enabling more citizens to have greater opportunities to improve their lives through homeownership.
Community Action NetworkChildren & Youthhttp://canwashtenaw.orgCommunity Action Network partners with children, youth, and families from under-resourced Washtenaw County neighborhoods to create better futures for themselves and improve the communities in which they live.
Keeping the Blues Alive FoundationEducation & Traininghttp://www.keepingthebluesalive.orgKeeping The Blues Alive Foundation fuels the passion for music by funding programs and scholarships for students and teachers who possess the desire, but lack the resources or access to achieve their potential within the music industry. Through generous corporate sponsorships by industry powerhouses Ernie Ball Strings, Guitar Center, J&R Adventures, and donors like YOU!, KTBA has been able to fund music projects affecting over 50,000 students in all 50 states since 2013! We accomplish this by making weekly donations to music projects in schools and merit based scholarships all over the country.
Hope ClinicHearing Impairmentshttp://thehopeclinic.orgHope Clinic provides compassionate and practical help to those in need. We offer medical care and dental care to the uninsured, plus a variety of social services to minister to the whole person.
The Wishwall FoundationCommunityhttp://www.thewishwall.orgThe Wishwall Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization and social community. The Foundation is built on the “pay it forward” philosophy. Its core principals are to give a voice to the voiceless and to help make meaningful wishes come true. The Wishwall Foundation is multi-faceted. It consists of The Wishwall Online and The Wishwall in Every City, where people can express their wishes and where the Foundation inspires them to help each other and grant those dreams that are more meaningful.
Childrens Hospital of Michigan FoundationChildren & Youthhttp://www.chmfoundation.orgThe Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation supports pediatric research, education, community benefit programs, and other initiatives that improve the health of children in Michigan.
Life RemodeledCommunityhttp://www.liferemodeled.comWe exist to bridge people across divides in order to help transform each other's lives – investing approximately $5 million in cash, labor and materials into one Detroit neighborhood each year. Projects are determined by the community's needs and vision, and we assist in three areas: Remodeling a community asset, repairing owner-occupied homes, and mobilizing 10,000 volunteers to beautify 300 city blocks in six days.
The Appropriate Technology CollaborativeInternational Developmenthttp://www.apptechdesign.orgThe Appropriate Technology Collaborative (ATC) creates technologies and programs that provide opportunity and dignity for the world's poor. ATC works in collaboration with our clients to create programs that are culturally sensitive, environmentally responsible and locally repairable in order to improve quality of life and reduce adverse impacts on the environment. ATC is recognized as one of the top 100 sustainable enterprises by Sustainia and the United Nations Compact for Sustainable Development.
InsideOut Literary Arts ProjectChildren & Youthhttp://www.insideoutdetroit.orgBy immersing students in the joy and power of poetry and literary self-expression, InsideOut inspires them to think broadly, create bravely and share their voices with the wider world. Guided by professional writers and celebrated by publications and performances, youth learn that their stories and ideas matter and that their pens can launch them off the page into extraordinary lives.
Winning FuturesChildren & Youthhttp://www.winningfutures.orgCelebrating 25 years of award-winning service, Winning Futures empowers youth to succeed through mentoring, strategic planning, and workforce preparation. We help high school students see a path to a purposeful career and assist them in creating a road map to get there, transforming them into self-reliant, employable, and productive adults.
MedGlobalMedical Welfarehttps://www.medglobal.org/MedGlobal is an international medical non-profit organization providing health services to people in need, including refugees and displaced persons, in disaster and underserved regions. Our team is composed of medical and public health volunteers of diverse backgrounds, working together for the common good, advocating for equitable healthcare policies, adhering to best practices and humanitarian ethics, utilizing innovation in medical technology, and focusing on sustainable impact. Our global reach and diversity allows us to operate where few can.
LLEM International IncChildren & Youthhttps://lleminternational.comLamp & Light Evangelical Ministries Inc. (LLEM International) (EIN: 81-1454115) is a 501(c)(3) Christian Missionary Organization with a mandate of reaching out to the basic needs of men, women and children. We aim to empower and impact lives. We present the word of God as a solution to global crisis. Our goal is to help as many hurting humans as we possibly can. We strive to eliminate human suffering and to express love as a fundamental element for human development and international cooperation. We provide food, clothing, educational materials and medical care to the less privileged throughout the world.
PowerMyLearningEducation & Traininghttp://www.powermylearning.orgPowerMyLearning is a national nonprofit founded in 1999 that has worked in more than 100 school communities across the country, and with more than 60,000 students, to leverage technology to raise student achievement. We support teachers, students, and their families via a diverse set of programs and services, family engagement support, teacher professional development, and PowerMyLearning Connect (our K-12 online learning platform). PowerMyLearning began its local work in Greater Atlanta in 2007.
Kyyba Kidz FoundationChildren & Youthhttp://kyybakidzfoundation.orgKyyba Kidz Foundation was founded as a dedication to the cause of improving the lives and education of orphans and underprivileged individuals by raising the required resources through community participation. We help kids achieve great heights. We want to be active partners in the educational development through participation of scholastic and advancement opportunities while receiving and administering funds to other domestic and international nonprofit organizations that are involved in education, literacy and mentoring of orphans and underprivileged individuals.
International OasisInternationalhttp://internationaloasis.orgTo provide physical, emotional, and spiritual support to Oakland University international students in order to inspire and equip them to meet the needs of the global poor.
Global Giving Foundation IncInternational Developmenthttp://www.globalgiving.orgGlobal Giving is the largest global crowdfunding community connecting nonprofits, donors, and companies in nearly every country. We help nonprofits from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe (and hundreds of places in between) access the tools, training, and support they need to be more effective and make our world a better place.
AIM for SEVAEducation & Traininghttp://www.aimforsevausa.org/The All India Movement (AIM) for SEVA (Service) is not just a 'schooling' initiative. Nor is it for merely sheltering the underprivileged. It is an integrated community development program, reaching out to rural and tribal children across 15 Indian states.
Wildlife Conservation FoundationEnvironmenthttp://wcfindia.orgWildlife Conservation Foundation is a registered charity trust started in the year 2007, with the primary objective of wildlife conservation.
Michigan Council of Women in TechnologySTEMhttps://www.mcwt.org/Every day we work toward our mission to inspire and grow women in technology. A diverse IT workforce is a vital part of Michigan's transformation and we strive to engage and retain female professionals here.
Autism SocietyDisabledhttp://www.autismsocietyoregon.org/Autism is the fastest growing developmental disability in Oregon. The Autism Society of Oregon is Oregon’s leading organization providing resources, education, advocacy and support for individuals and families living with autism.
Tamil Sangam MichiganArmed and Ex-Servicemenhttps://www.mitamilsangam.org/The year was 1975, long before computers, cellphones, dot-com revolution and the influx of immigrants. In this growing city of Detroit, a group of Tamil speaking friends met in a basement and decided to form a grass roots organization, to preserve and nurture our tradition and values for the future generation. Thus was born Tamil Sangam, Michigan as a non-profit organization, with no religious or political alignment. Over the successful past years, the core objective has remained the same - "Preserve and Nurture the Tamil language, culture and arts in Michigan, in a unique social atmosphere".
Hope Water InternationalInternationalhttps://www.hopewaterinternational.org/Hope Water International (HWI) was launched in 2017 from Hope Water Project (HWP) as an effort to have a wider reach and impact on individuals, churches, and organizations to help provide access to clean water worldwide. Hope has impact. We have witnessed firsthand how access to clean water not only saves lives, but creates a life. With each well, communities are strengthened and villages grow, health is restored, lives are saved, and thousands of people hear the Gospel for the first time.
CRI Choice Respect IndependenceDisabledhttps://mycri.org/CRi is dedicated to providing personalized resources to people with mental health needs or developmental disabilities.
Association of Kannada Kootas of AmericaSocial Welfarehttps://akkaonline.org/AKKA is a non-profit, Educational, Linguistic and Cultural Organization; incorporated under Non Profit Corporation act of the State of Florida, to integrate, coordinate, network and unite the activities of all Kannadigas and Kannada Kootas for promotion and preservation of Kannada language and culture in North America. AKKA’s constituent units include executive committee, Board of Trustees and Board of Directors from all the regions of U.S.A. and Canada.
Spaulding for ChildrenChildren & Youthhttps://spaulding.org/Spaulding for Children, a private, non-profit child welfare agency, was established in 1968 when several entities, each seeking a way to make life better for children without families, joined together. One of the entities was Warren Spaulding, an elderly gentleman farmer who donated his farmhouse and surrounding land to establish Spaulding’s first office. Spaulding for Children finds permanent homes for children that are in the public child welfare system and supports families in maintaining their children safely in their homes. It was one of the first agencies in the country that specialized in finding and training adoptive families for the placement of children with disabilities and other challenges.
DO FoundationSocial Welfarehttps://www.dofoundation.net/The Do Foundation holds the essential belief that ALL PEOPLE, no matter their walk of life, are entitled to Dignity, Respect and the Opportunity to realize or regain a life of self-sufficiency through community involvement and assistance, as opposed to living in an unsheltered state of homelessness.
Alternative for GirlsSocial Welfarehttps://alternativesforgirls.org/Alternatives For Girls (AFG) is a Detroit-based 501(c)3 nonprofit serving homeless and high-risk girls and young women. Since 1987, AFG has provided critical services to the girls and young women we serve, including safe shelter, street outreach and educational support, vocational guidance, mentoring, prevention activities, and counseling. The goal is to empower the girls and young women we serve to make positive choices.
Coalition On Temporary ShelterHousinghttp://www.cotsdetroit.org/For nearly 35 years, COTS has served the most vul­ner­a­ble in our com­mu­ni­ty. COTS’ Emer­gen­cy Shel­ter oper­ates at capac­i­ty through­out the year, offer­ing pro­grams and pro­vid­ing ser­vices for more than 900 men, wom­en and chil­dren dai­ly. COTS is one of the largest providers of hous­ing to home­less fam­i­lies in the City of Detroit — shel­ter­ing more than 100 home­less chil­dren night­ly. COTS pro­vides emer­gen­cy shel­ter for fam­i­lies, sup­port­ive ser­vices, mobil­i­ty coach­ing through our Pass­port to Self-Suf­fi­cien­cy™, child care, long-term hous­ing and safe tran­si­tion­al hous­ing for fam­i­lies.
Kerala ClubCommunityhttp://www.keralaclub.org/The Kerala Club is a non-profit, non-political and non-religious organization. Our mission is to practice and promote the Indian heritage in South East Michigan. The Kerala Club represents Malayali community from South-India and has a strong membership root of 900 families. The members of this club are productive contributors to the local economy and come from all walks of life.
Sathya SaiReligioushttp://v2soft.com/Charitable trust or other worthy cause.[9] Charitable giving as a religious act or duty is referred to as almsgiving or alms. The name stems from the most obvious expression of the virtue of charity; giving the recipients of it the means they need to survive. The impoverished, particularly those widowed or orphaned, and the ailing or injured, are generally regarded as the proper recipients of charity. The people who cannot support themselves and lack outside means of support sometimes become "beggars", directly soliciting aid from strangers encountered in public.
Fresh Start VisionsEducation & Traininghttps://freshstartvisions.org/Our founder, Tim Terry served 15 years in prison himself, where he witnessed the harsh revolving door of recidivism, so he decided to create a program that addressed the critical facts that fuel recidivism: lack of housing, lack of jobs, and lack of a moral compass/faith. FreshStart Visions Program highlights: Men who participate in our in-prison program sign a social contract and live in a “character dorm unit,” separate from the general population Character dorm residents heal, learn and grow through our 12-week or 50-week Men In Transition character class, and our Helping Inmates Receive Employment program.
Habitat for Humanity of MichiganHousinghttps://www.habitatmichigan.org/Habitat for Humanity in Michigan is one of the largest state networks in the nation, with an affiliate serving almost every county. We support these affiliates by recruiting volunteers, raising funds, and advocating for safe and affordable housing. Meanwhile, our affiliates are on the ground making a difference in their local communities.
Habitat for Humanity of Kent CountyHousinghttps://www.habitatkent.org/Bringing People Together. Our Mission: Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity of KentCounty brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Our Vision: A world where everyone has a decent place to live.
Northwest Michigan Habitat for HumanityHousinghttps://www.northwestmihabitat.org/Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, an ecumenical Christian housing organization. Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to eliminating poverty housing locally by constructing, rehabilitating, and preserving homes, advocating for fair and just housing policies, and providing training and resources to help families improve their living conditions. The affiliate has served more than 40 families with affordable housing and housing repairs since 1990 in Charlevoix and Emmet Counties of Michigan.
Friends for Animals of Metro DetroitAnimalshttps://www.metrodetroitanimals.org/We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The Friends are dedicated to the rescue and protection of animals in the community, while inspiring healthy relationships between people and their companion animals. As animal advocates, we are committed to: Saving all adoptable animals Providing high-quality animal care and adoption services Delivering innovative outreach programs and activities that promote education Promoting animal welfare legislation Embracing environmental responsibility with earth-friendly practices and facilities We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Habitat for Humanity Northeast MichiganHousinghttps://www.habitatnemi.org/Habitat for Humanity Northeast Michigan is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope. Habitat for Humanity Northeast Michigan is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.
Bloomfield Hills High SchoolChildren & Youthhttps://www.bloomfield.org/We invite you to join with us to engage students, empower educators and enrich community. The BHS Foundation, a proud partner of the Bloomfield Hills Schools, fills a critical gap by funding teaching and learning opportunities and experiences for our students. We invite you to join with us to engage students, empower educators and enrich community. The BHS Foundation, a proud partner of the Bloomfield Hills Schools, fills a critical gap by funding teaching and learning opportunities and experiences for our students. We invite you to join with us to engage students, empower educators and enrich community.
Habitat for Humanity of LenaweeHousinghttps://www.habitat-lenawee.org/Since 1989, Habitat for Humanity of Lenawee County volunteers, staff and donors have helped approximately 95 people achieve their dream of homeownership through building and rehabilitating across Lenawee County. In 2006, the Habitat of Lenawee ReStore was opened and began to take donations and sell to the public to support the mission. In 2015, we relocated our store to its current facility on US-223 in Adrian. This move more than tripled the square footage of our store and increased our ability to support the mission.
Bu Dog SanctuaryAnimals-Have you noticed that most rescues and pounds are overrun and the older or mistreated dogs who have difficulty finding a home? I want to give them a place to call home while we continue to search for a home but I need your help. Im starting my nonprofit but that takes people like you. Be apart of my dream!
LOVING HANDS OF JESUS SHELTERCommunity-The nonprofit Loving Hands of Jesus Shelter in Chicago, Illinois is a Non-Denominational institution established to help the less fortunate. Provide shelter to city, community, and nation. PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM THE SHELTER, BAG LUNCHES ARE SERVED How We Got Started I care about people and their well-being, I was one of those people myself. LOVING HANDS OF JESUS SHELTER was established on February 13, 2014 in inspiration of Dr. Cheryl Anne Hardy's past homelessness for over many years after being born again Dr. Cheryl Anne Hardy received her licence to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ under the leadersjip of Apostle Robbie Wilkerson.
Leticia's Helpful Hands IncCommunity-Our organization was created to provide financial assistance and resources to low-income and disabled individuals or families, throughout the Cobb County, Atlanta Metropolitan and surrounding areas.
SAMARTHANAM USA, IncDisabledhttp://samarthanamusa.org/Samarthanam is a non-profit organization established in 1997 by Mahantesh G Kivadasannavar and Nagesh SP with a vision of building an inclusive society catering equal opportunities to the visually impaired, disabled and economically underserved. The founders, though visually impaired, looked beyond the various challenges to establish a society where the disabled will be respected as taxpaying individuals living with dignity. With diverse initiatives including Education, Skilling, Sports, Environment, Arts and Culture, Rehabilitation and Health and Nutrition, Samarthanam is an umbrella organization for people with disabilities supporting their endeavors at every level.
Midnight Golf ProgramSports and Recreationhttps://midnightgolf.org/Our Mission To improve under-served young adults’ personal development, educational preparedness and appreciation of the game of golf. Why is it Called Midnight Golf Program? We get that question quite often. The program was founded in 2001 by Reneé Fluker, a social worker and single mother who noticed the impact golf had on her son’s life—a student golfer who encouraged her to find a way to provide other young people with the opportunity to experience the game he loved and the doors he believed it had opened for him. It started as an offshoot of the safe streets initiative called Midnight Basketball. Over time, it has come to have another meaning.
Global Samaritan ResourceInternationalhttps://www.globalsamaritan.org/In 1999 we shipped our first 40’ container to Honduras. We repeated our first shipment in 2000 when we loaded another 40’ container of donated goods and shipped it to Honduras. In 2001 we tripled our output when, with the help of generous donors, we shipped a 20’ container to the Ukraine, and 40’ containers to El Salvador and Belize.
Food Share of Lincoln CountyCommunityhttp://www.foodsharelincolncounty.org/Since 1982, Food Share of Lincoln County has led community efforts in awareness and elimination of hunger in Lincoln County. Through ever increasing community outreach and partnerships, we strive to provide much needed services to our clients and our county. Food Share of Lincoln County distributes emergency food boxes through seven affiliated pantries located in the Coastal Range, Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Newport, Waldport, Siletz and Toledo. In addition to the pantries, we provide assistance in the form of food, and other donated items to local partner agencies.
Richmond County Council of PTA'sArmed and Ex-Servicemenhttps://www.rcboe.org/The Richmond County School System will create a world-class, globally competitive school system where all students will graduate and are college/career ready.
Junior Achievement of ArizonaEducation & Traininghttps://jaaz.org/For more than 60+ years, Junior Achievement of Arizona (JA) has been preparing millions of Arizona students to succeed in work and life. We’re empowering their futures by giving them the knowledge and skills they need to manage their money, plan for their future, and make smart academic, career and economic choices. Delivered by 8,000+ business and community volunteer mentors, our hands-on, age-appropriate programs focus on three key areas: financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship. At the foundation of all our programs is teaching students the ability to think critically.
Detroit Dog RescueAnimalshttps://detroitdogrescue.com/Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR) was founded in February 2011, after the City of Detroit refused to allow access to a network television series that would have documented the lives of stray dogs trying to survive in an urban environment. There is a stray dog epidemic in the city, just as there is in many cities across the United States that have had to deal with economic decline, dwindling populations and abandoned buildings. If other animal lovers around the world could see what we see on the streets of Detroit every day, we know that they would help us make a difference in this City, one dog at a time. On May 1, 2014, Detroit Dog Rescue opened the first no kill rescue in the City of Detroit.
Homes for VeteransHousinghttps://www.homesforveterans.us/Homes for Veterans modifies the homes of veterans for free.We are a 501(c)(3) charitable veterans organization. We offer Military Families and Wounded Veterans help with the following: Building Ramps - Widening Doorways Kitchen Adaptations such as roll under sinks, lowering counter tops, etc. Bathroom Adaptations such as roll in showers Anything that will make a Veteran more comfortable in their own home
The Michigan Urban Farming InitiativeEnvironmenthttps://www.miufi.org/The Michigan Urban Farming Initiative is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to engage members of the community in sustainable agriculture. We believe that challenges unique to urban communities like Detroit (e.g., vacant land, food security) present a unique opportunity for community-supported agriculture. We hope to empower urban communities by using agriculture as a platform to promote education, sustainability, and community while simultaneously reducing socioeconomic disparity.
Peace Neighborhood CenterSocial Welfarehttps://peaceneighborhoodcenter.org/Peace Neighborhood Center has piloted and maintained programs for children, families, and individuals to promote self-sufficiency and positive community involvement. We are proud to report that since 1971, we have provided critical services and opportunities to more than 16,000 people in Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County. Through a wide range of comprehensive programs, Peace helps people discover options, enhance skills, and make choices that promote education, health, well-being, and fiscal independence.
Gift Of A Helping Hand Charitable TRSocial Welfarehttps://www.tgoahhct.org/TGOAHHCT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2002 to be the help for the needy, the care for the seniors and veterans, the love for the domestic violence victims, and the home for the homeless. Help make America better through technology, career and financial empowerment educational training for economically disadvantaged youth's, girls, women, veterans, domestic violence survivors and underprivileged individuals. You can also be a part of the good works we have been doing since 2002 by supporting our causes.
Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer InstituteMedical Welfarehttp://www.karmanos.org/Karmanos Cancer Institute, headquartered in Detroit, is the largest cancer research and provider network in Michigan and has 16 treatment locations. Cancer patients have increased access to advanced cancer care in communities throughout the state. This provides an extra level of comfort and peace of mind to patients and their families, knowing they can receive the best care locally.
Methodist Children's Home SocietyChildren & Youthhttps://www.mchsmi.org/Methodist Children's Home Society provides individualized treatment, care, advocacy, and permanency to children and families impacted by childhood trauma.
Detroit Area Agency on AgingSocial Welfarehttps://www.detroitseniorsolution.org/Established in 1980, the Detroit Area Agency on Aging (DAAA) is a nonprofit agency that serves older persons, adults with disabilities and caregivers residing in Detroit, the five Grosse Pointes, Hamtramck, Harper Woods and Highland Park. We are one of 16 Area Agencies on Aging in the state of Michigan and 622 in the nation.
FORD ASIAN INDIAN ASSOCIATIONCulture & Heritage-FAIA was founded as a resource group, on both a professional and a personal level, for Asian Indian employees at Ford. FAIA's vision is to establish an environment within Ford that promotes the professional and managerial development of Asian Indians in a way that ensures the company's success.
Detroit Public School FoundationEducation & Traininghttp://www.dpsfdn.org/Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) is Michigan’s largest public education system. It is governed by a locally-elected, seven-member board with Dr. Nikolai Vitti serving as superintendent. The District’s mission is to provide every student with a beneficial and rightful educational experience, preparing students to be career and college ready, and qualified to compete in the global market. We champion a whole child approach that combines superior academics with socio-emotional, extracurricular, and health services tailored to each individual student's needs. The District has 106 schools and educates 50,000 children.
Addison Township Firefighters AssociationSocial Welfarehttps://www.twp.addison.mi.us/In 1949 the Village of Leonard built a fire hall, and on November 27, 1949 the township organized it's fire department with Robert McCallum as it's first Fire Chief. Current Chief (2009 - present), Jerry Morawski, received over $360,000 in grant money, created a Master plan which outlines our current operational tasks as well as the requirements for development, training and growth necessary to meet the challenges for the future. Purchased 2 ambulances, technical rescue trailer, and command car. Continued streamlining of our emergency medical operations.
FFX Ministries IncArmed and Ex-Servicemenhttps://www.ffxshow.com/The Mission of FFX Ministries, Inc. is to inspire families with a greater purpose together. We reflect Christian values in a non-threatening and inclusive setting where we encourage people of all faiths in their own journey. We provide a fun and engaging live theater experience. Beyond the show, we connect with families to discover more about them with the FFX Club. Valuable resources and workshops, along with various experiences keep the message and fun fresh throughout the year. Partnerships with local churches give members the chance to connect with families from our region and around the world. We will also work together with other non-profit organizations to reach out to the local tidewater community, and develop special performances for at-risk and other unique family demographics.
Apartment and Office Building Association of metropolitan Washington DCHousinghttp://www.aoba-metro.org/The Apartment and Office Building Association of Metropolitan Washington (AOBA) is the leading membership organization representing commercial office building and multi-family residential real estate in the Washington, D.C. area. Serving members since its establishment in 1974, AOBA continues to protect and enhance the value of its members investments through effective leadership and advocacy, information exchange, and professional development.
North American Meat InstituteEmployments, Trades & Professionshttps://www.meatinstitute.org/NAMI is a national trade association that represents companies that process 95 percent of red meat and 70 percent of turkey products in the US and their suppliers throughout America. Headquartered in metropolitan Washington, DC, NAMI keeps its fingers on the pulse of legislation, regulation, and media activity that affects the meat and poultry industry and provides rapid updates and analyses to its members to help them stay informed. In addition, NAMI conducts scientific research through its Foundation designed to help meat and poultry companies improve their operations and their products. The Institute's many meetings and educational seminars also provide excellent networking and information-sharing opportunities for members of the industry.
Friends in DeedSocial Welfarehttps://www.friendsindeedmi.org/Friends In Deed has been around for a while. For over 35 years, we’ve worked to help our neighbors in need by filling in the cracks of assistance offered by other organizations and nonprofits in the community. In recent years, we expanded our focus. While we still have two program areas that help stabilize families in crisis, we now have a third program that focuses on building community to end poverty.
VFW National Home for ChildrenArmed and Ex-Servicemenhttps://www.vfwnationalhome.org/It was founded in 1925 as a place where the families left behind by war -- mothers and children, brothers and sisters -- could remain together, keeping the family circle intact even when their serviceman didn't come home. Today's families face different challenges -- reintegration, post-traumatic stress, high unemployment and rehabilitation from battlefield injuries, among others -- and the National Home has evolved over our decades-long history to meet those changing needs.
Sparky Anderson's Catch Charity for ChildrenChildren & Youthhttps://catchcharity.org/CATCH is dedicated to improving the quality of life for pediatric patients and their families at Children's Hospital of Michigan and Henry Ford Hospital. Through an ongoing series of special fundraising activities and the development of a board-designated endowment fund, CATCH provides needy children whose special needs might otherwise fall through the cracks.
Gladwin County Habitat for HumanityHousinghttps://www.habitatgladwin.org/A group of dedicated christian men and women affiliated with Habitat for Humanity International and incorporated Gladwin County Habitat for Humanity in March of 1989, on July 1, 2015 we merged with Ogemaw County Habitat for Humanity to become Gladwin-Ogemaw Habitat for Humanity. We are a non-profit corporation dedicated to providing decent affordable housing to families in Gladwin and Ogemaw Counties. We work in cooperation with other agencies and groups with similar purpose and encourage those with time, talents, and resources to help us with our mission.
The Minority Freedom Community FundCulture & Heritagehttp://www.mifreedomcf.org/The Minority Freedom Community Fund is a nonprofit organization with a mission to improve the lives of minorities through economic support, social programs, and spiritual guidance.
Haven, Inc.Social Welfarehttps://www.haven-oakland.org/HAVEN (www.haven-oakland.org) is a nonprofit promoting a world of safe, equal and accountable communities where sexual and domestic violence do not exist. As Oakland County’s only comprehensive program for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, HAVEN provides shelter, counseling, advocacy and educational programming to nearly 30,000 people each year. HAVEN, a nationally recognized nonprofit leader in Oakland County, promotes a world of safe, equal and accountable communities where sexual assault and domestic violence do not exist.
Detroit Indian Women's AssociationCommunityhttps://www.diwapro.org/The purpose of this organization is to provide a platform that supports all inquisitive and aspirational women in developing and enhancing their skills and talent. We want to bring together Indian women as well as women of all age groups from across ethnic backgrounds and industries, to help inspire and empower each other to attain success in their personal and professional life. Our organization wants to promote, self- development, leadership and entrepreneurship, through educational symposiums, seminars, workshops, tutorials, and scholarship programs.”
The Nature Conservancy in MichiganEnvironmenthttps://www.nature.org/en-us/about-us/where-we-work/united-states/michigan/The Nature Conservancy began when leading scientists, committed citizens and dedicated leaders came together with a shared vision to protect and care for nature. From our first land purchase to our latest water fund, we are constantly evolving to bring innovative solutions to the challenges facing our world.
Vista Grande VillaAgedhttps://vistagrandevilla.com/For more than 45 years, Vista Grande Villa has been recognized as the leader among retirement communities in Mid-Michigan by setting the highest standards for service, care, and hospitality. The enhancements Vista Grande Villa has completed over the years ensure that our residents experience only the highest quality of senior living options.
Unicycling Society of AmericaSports and Recreationhttps://uniusa.org/The Unicycling Society of America was formed to promote and encourage unicycling in the United States and the rest of the world. It does this through annual conventions (North American and regional) and voluntary standards such as the USA Skill Levels and competition rules. Membership in the Unicycling Society of America is open to anyone, in any country and entitles you to participate in North American Unicycling Championships and Convention (USA or Canada residency may be required to compete). Anyone can benefit from the information you will find here on our website.
Dahlem ConservancyEnvironmenthttps://www.dahlemcenter.org/The Dahlem Center – also known as Jackson’s Nature Place – is a small nature center nonprofit in southern Jackson, MI. We have 300 acres of land with over 5 miles of trails open everyday from dawn to dusk.
Camp One StepChildren & Youthhttps://camponestep.org/Camp One Step by Children’s Oncology Services is a leader in providing empowering, supportive, educational and fun experiences for children (5-19) who have been diagnosed with cancer. We are the only local organization to offer 11 different programs throughout the year serving children and families who live in Illinois, Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest. Thanks to our 400 annual volunteers, including medical professionals, serving children who are in different stages of treatment have the ability to attend our Camp One Step programs. For more than 40 years, our organization has served more than 16,500 campers.
Us TOO InternationalEducation & Traininghttps://www.ustoo.org/Us TOO International is here to empower men diagnosed with prostate cancer, and their loved ones, with the educational resources and support services to fight prostate cancer. This website offers a wealth of information, at no cost, to help make informed decisions on prostate cancer testing, active surveillance, treatment options, and management of side effects.
Province of St. Joseph of the Capuchin OrderSocial Welfarehttps://www.cskdetroit.org/The Capuchin Soup Kitchen serves people facing challenging circumstances through its meal sites, a food and clothing distribution center, Rosa Parks Children's Program. On the Rise Bakery and Cafe, substance use disorder program and Earthworks Urban Farm.
Greater Detroit Agency For The Blind and Visually ImpairedDisabledhttps://gdabvi.org/The Greater Detroit Agency for the Blind and Visually Impaired (formerly Upshaw Institute for the Blind) was established in 1961 to develop and expand community resources minimizing the causes and impact of blindness and visual impairments. (Click here to learn about our history.) Through teaching, training, and innovative technology, our comprehensive range of services enables blind and visually impaired individuals to cope with the daily challenges associated with blindness. GDABVI helps people develop and maintain their self-confidence and independence for a well-adjusted, self-sufficient life. (Click here to learn about our Adult Services.)
Ruth Ellis CenterCommunityhttp://www.ruthelliscenter.org/Ruth Ellis Center is named in honor of the life and work of Ruth Ellis, who was respected and loved for her longevity and endurance as one of Detroit’s oldest and proudest African-American lesbians, the first woman in the City of Detroit to own her own printing company, and for her many years of service to all people in need. Born in 1899, Ruth came out as a lesbian in 1915. Beginning in the 1930s, Ms. Ellis provided shelter, physical support and spiritual affirmation to those whose race, sexual orientation or both set them apart from the dominant culture. Ruth lived to be 101, seeing the Center come to being prior to her passing in 2000. The work we continue to do at the Ruth Ellis Center is built upon her model of responsibility to oneself and one’s community.
Seven Ponds Nature CenterEnvironmenthttps://sevenponds.org/Patty and Rip offered 100 acres of land and lakes, and the resources to construct a small building to the Michigan Audubon Society. The land was part of an extensive wetland area in Lapeer County known as the Seven Ponds. This tract contained a series of seven small glacial lakes connected by channels and surrounded by marshes, woodlands, and fields. The land was accepted by Michigan Audubon in October of 1966. MAS designated the Genesee, Grosse Pointe, Lapeer, and Oakland Chapters as participants in the undertaking and Seven Ponds was on its way. The Seven Ponds Nature Center Governing Board was formed to coordinate operations.
Green Living ScienceEnvironmenthttp://greenlivingscience.org/Green Living Science (GLS) is an outgrowth of Recycle Here!, Detroit’s drop-off recycling center and the city’s neighborhood recycling program. We began working with the Detroit Public Schools in 2007, in partnership with their Office of Math and Science. Since then, we’ve reached more than 90,000 students.
Community Foundation For Southeast MichiganCommunityhttps://cfsem.org/We build and protect endowments, growing permanent community capital to serve as an everlasting resource – a base of stable financial support – for this and all future generations. We support donors and their charitable intentions, and fund, develop and nurture programs that create lasting positive benefits for us all. We serve as a vehicle for donors, volunteers and community members to identify important issues, share ideas and build financial resources to make positive long-term change.
555 ArtsCulture & Heritagehttp://www.555arts.org/The mission of 555 is to provide space for artists to create and make the arts accessible to the community. The organization was founded in Ann Arbor in 2002 by Carl W. Goines, Jacob "Monte" Martinez, and Andres Garces. From its humble beginnings in a dark corridor of a warehouse as a small studio collective to the polished gallery and studios in the old jail cells of the former Detroit Third Police Precinct, 555 has created space for the arts on a shoestring budget with Artists in Residents, volunteerism, sheer tenacity, and the support of the Detroit community.
The Young Women's Christian Association of Metro DetroitCommunityhttp://www.ywcadetroit.org/The YWCA of Metropolitan Detroit unites individuals of diverse socioeconomic, ethnic, religious and generational backgrounds who are dedicated to the YWCA’s Mission of “eliminating racism and empowering women”. Our local Association is an integral part of a national and international YWCA organization that provides consistency on issues of importance to women and girls at local, national and global levels. Our joined voices are nonpartisan, yet speak for our communities in support of our Mission.
Urban League of Detroit and Southeastern MichiganSocial Welfarehttps://www.deturbanleague.org/The Urban League of Detroit and Southeastern Michigan (ULDSEM), is one of 100 affiliates of the National Urban League. The ULDSEM is a non-profit 501 ©(3) organization operating since 1916. As a human services and advocacy organization, for ninety-six years the League has provided critical services to disadvantaged citizens, organized the unorganized and has established and promoted leadership of service to the greater Detroit community. The League has a broad based Board of Directors representing corporate, financial and service industries, as well as, representatives from government, labor and educational institutions. Staff of 40+ serve over 60,000 individuals each year. It is this history and collective pool of expertise that plays an integral part in the design and implementation of programs and strategies, which keep the League well positioned to respond to the vast needs of the community.
The Fowler CenterDisabledhttp://thefowlercenter.org/The Fowler Center is situated on over 200-acres in Mayville, Michigan. Our picturesque setting on beautiful Harmon Lake features meadows, forests and a sandy-beach lakefront – plenty of opportunities for exploration and fun. The Fowler Center is accredited by the American Camp Association and also licensed as an Adult Foster Care Camp and a Children’s Camp by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. These agencies monitor the quality of the site, programs, staff and administration.
First StepSocial Welfarehttp://www.firststep-mi.org/Since 1978, First Step has been working for peaceful families and safe communities in Wayne County, Michigan. First Step is the only non-profit agency in out-Wayne County providing comprehensive services for victims of domestic and sexual violence.
Share Cancer SupportEducation & Traininghttps://www.sharecancersupport.org/SHARE is a national nonprofit that supports, educates, and empowers women affected by breast, ovarian, or metastatic breast cancer, with a special focus on medically underserved communities. Our mission is to connect these women with the unique support of survivors and peers, creating a community where no one has to face breast or ovarian cancer alone.
UNIFIED - HIV Health and BeyondEducation & Traininghttp://www.miunified.org/Established in 1983 as Wellness Networks, Inc., AIDS Partnership Michigan was Michigan’s oldest AIDS service organization. APM was established to better address the emerging AIDS epidemic in the Metro Detroit area. AIDS Partnership Michigan had a long track record of providing education and services to help prevent the spread of HIV and to help connect people living with HIV to needed care and resources. The HIV/AIDS Resource Center (HARC) was founded in 1986 by a group of volunteers to provide HIV/AIDS related services to the people of Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, and Washtenaw counties. In its long history of providing prevention and care services, HARC developed into a leading HIV/AIDS service provider in Michigan.
United Way of Washtenaw CountyCommunityhttps://www.uwwashtenaw.org/United Way of Washtenaw County CONNECTS people, resources, and organizations TOGETHER to create a thriving community for EVERYONE.
Korean American Family Service CenterSocial Welfarehttps://kafsc.org/The Korean American Family Service Center (KAFSC) is a leading, nonprofit organization that supports and empowers adults, youth and children to lead safe and healthy lives based on dignity, compassion and mutual respect. We are committed to preventing and ending domestic violence, sexual assault, and relationship abuse, and creating a violence-free society. Our counseling, education and advocacy programs for individuals and families in the New York Tri-State area are provided in a culturally and linguistically appropriate setting.
Feed the ChildrenEducation & Traininghttps://www.feedthechildren.org/The Feed the Children Strategic Framework boldly looks to the future, taking the actions necessary to overcome childhood hunger and malnutrition and create a world filled with hope and possibility. As we move through 2019-2023 with a clear purpose, we’ll hold fast to our values and invite corporate and community partners, donors, volunteers and employees to lock arms and help us champion a brighter tomorrow.
Ypsilanti Meals on WheelsSocial Welfarehttps://ymow.org/Ypsilanti Meals on Wheels provides nutritious meals, social contact and other services to the homebound elderly, ill and disabled in eastern Washtenaw County, to enable them to enjoy healthier, safer, and more independent lives.
Hero FoundationSocial Welfarehttps://herofoundationmi.org/The Hero Foundation is a Michigan 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing financial assistance to Michigan families who are suffering from cancer. The financial assistance we provide helps Michigan families pay their mortgages and their medical bills. Our journey began in 2009 after we watched someone we love dearly fight against pancreatic cancer. We have been there. We know what you are going through. We are here to help. On behalf of the Board of Heroes, we thank you for choosing The Hero Foundation as your Michigan cancer charity of choice.
Hope Street Ministries Inc.Communityhttps://www.hopestreetministry.org/Hope Street is the Greenhouse for People on 26th and Capitol. We help broken men, women and children cultivate hope. We protect from outside elements but most importantly we grow together in a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin Inc.Social Welfarehttps://www.easterseals.com/wi-se/Easterseals Southeast Wisconsin has provided services in Southeastern Wisconsin for 80 years. We provided direct care, education and intervention services for approximately 10,000 individuals and their families last year in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Racine, and Kenosha Counties. Our vision is to create a community that promotes health, happiness, independence and safety by providing individuals with disabilities increased opportunities for access, inclusion and choice.
Iowa Environmental CouncilEnvironmenthttps://www.iaenvironment.org/Founded in 1995, the Iowa Environmental Council is the largest and most comprehensive environmental coalition in the state. We are a nonpartisan alliance of diverse organizations and individuals working together to protect and preserve Iowa's environment. Together, we unify Iowans to advocate for clean water & land stewardship, clean energy, and a healthy climate.
Homes For Our TroopsSocial Welfarehttp://www.hfotusa.org/Homes For Our Troops (HFOT) is a publicly funded 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that builds and donates specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post - 9/11 Veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives. Most of these Veterans have sustained injuries including multiple limb amputations, partial or full paralysis, and/or severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). These homes restore some of the freedom and independence our Veterans sacrificed while defending our country, and enable them to focus on their family, recovery, and rebuilding their lives. Since its inception in 2004, nearly 90 cents of every dollar spent has gone directly to our program services for Veterans. HFOT builds these homes where the Veteran chooses to live, and continues its relationship with the Veterans after home delivery to assist them with rebuilding their lives.
The Labouré SocietyReligioushttp://rescuevocations.org/Founded in 2003, The Labouré Society rescues Catholic vocations from the barrier of student loan debt. The vast majority of seminaries and religious communities will not accept into formation men and women who have outstanding student loan debt. The communities cannot absorb that debt and they cannot pay off that debt with their own funding. Through a Catholic based fund raising model Labouré teaches future priests, sisters and brothers how to fundraise for vocations as a collective class of “aspirants” to priesthood or religious life.
Cathedral Center Inc.Social Welfarehttps://cathedral-center.org/Cathedral Center serves up to 28 unaccompanied women and 8 families with children in emergency shelter for up to 90 days and 4 unaccompanied women and 8 families with children in flexible housing for up to 2 years. Families include single mothers, single fathers, two parent households, and multigenerational amalgamations.
Unite for Prosperity in Africa Inc.Agedhttp://www.afrca.info/We are now registered nonprofit organization and we are allowed to start accepting donations ,you are welcomed now you can donate to us anytime you want and if you have any project you wish to support in our projects welcome, And if you would like to come and partner or volunteer ,you are welcome and we shall be v e happy to hear from you.
CATHOLIC YOUTH ORGANIZATIONChildren & Youthhttps://www.aod.org/cyoThe Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) of the Archdiocese of Detroit was founded in 1933 to help metropolitan Detroit’s children live clean, wholesome lives, regardless of their religious faith, their racial background, or their day-to-day living conditions. CYO is not a department of the Archdiocese of Detroit; it has a separate and independent Board of Directors approved by the Archbishop annually.
National Multiple Sclerosis SocietyDisabledhttp://www.nationalmssociety.org/Chapters/MIGThe National MS Society is united in our collective power to do something about MS now. Our vision is a world free of multiple sclerosis and we act with urgency to find solutions and change the world for people with MS. This means that each person with MS can live their best life with more connections to information, resources, and others with shared experiences; that accelerated research breakthroughs change lives and end MS forever; that everyone who wants to do something about multiple sclerosis can fuel progress; and that the voices of people affected by MS are heard and drive change wherever it is needed.
World Medical ReliefOverseas Aidhttp://www.worldmedicalrelief.org/Established in 1953, World Medical Relief (WMR) is a multi-funded charitable organization whose mission is to impact the well-being of the medically impoverished on a local, national, and international basis. WMR achieves this through the collection of financial donations and goods, including medical, dental, and laboratory items, as well as through the purchase and distribution of such commodities. Goods are distributed in a non-discriminatory manner without regard to race, color, gender, religion, nationality or political beliefs. The Durable Medical Equipment provides low-income people with walkers, wheel chairs, commodes, and other medical equipment. Local Shipping provides tri-county area clinics with medical supplies and equipment, and the Medical Supply Program offers basic home health care supplies to individuals for a minimal charge.
Initiative FoundationCommunityhttp://www.ifound.org/Created in 1986, the Initiative Foundation exists for one purpose, to improve the quality of life in central Minnesota. At the core of our work is the belief that local people possess the talent, passion and ability to achieve a brighter future. Our programs and investments strive to give every person an opportunity to contribute to a shared vision and plan of action that strengthens community character and relationships. Our mission is to unlock the power of central Minnesota people to build and sustain healthy communities. The Initiative Foundation serves 14 counties, 2 tribal nations, and 60 hometowns that comprise central Minnesota. Since 1986, we have invested more than $95.9 million in the region through targeted grants and business financing investments.
Hsu Medical Education Foundation Inc.Medical Welfarehttp://www.hsumef.org/We are dedicated to providing opportunities for the next generation of our Nation's Doctors. The Hsu Medical Education Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization that funds grants and scholarships for medical students, physicians-in-training, and physicians to provide financial support for education and research in medicine. HMEF is a registered 501c3 non-profit corporation and our Tax ID number is 81-4367330
Bailey Park ProjectCommunityhttp://baileyparkndc.org/The Bailey Park Neighborhood Development Corporation (BPNDC), formally known at the Bailey Park Project, was founded in 2013 by Katrina Watkins, a former social worker, educator, and long-time resident of the McDougall-Hunt. Dedicated to empowering her community in an impactful manner, Katrina created the Bailey Park Neighborhood Development Corporation to help strengthen the McDougall-Hunt neighborhood by creating programs that encourage safety, sustainability, and stewardship. The Bailey Park Neighborhood Development Corporation began by initiating community clean-up projects – picking up trash, removing dead trees, and clearing overgrowth from vacant lots and parks.
Private Key Foundation Inc.Communityhttp://www.privatekeyfoundation.com/Private Key Foundation is an experiential team, in Miami, FL. Private Key is recognized for curating guest experiences such as live acrobatic & aerial performance brunches or presentations for collections in the fashion and automotive world. Our themed 3D Mapping technology and hi-definition sound transform Private Key events into any desired destination.
Be the Star You Are Inc.Communityhttps://www.bethestaryouare.org/Be the Star You Are! is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that collects and distributes books to and produces positive media messages for women, families, and youth at risk as a way to improve literacy and raise life skills and self esteem. This media ranges from education and advisement to inspiration and guidance and covers every aspect of life, from abuse through money management. We help families and youth access positive, productive information and passionate role models that will lead them beyond the negative messages in the media, and on to becoming the individual stars that they are. We GROW leaders.
Fallen Heroes Foundation Inc.Rescue Serviceshttp://www.fallenheroesfoundation.us/To pay the mortgage for the families of a volunteer firefighter killed in the line of duty
FRANCISCAN FRIARS ASSUMPTION BVM PROVINCE INCReligioushttps://www.franciscan-friars.org/The most prominent group is the Order of Friars Minor, commonly called simply the “Franciscans.” They try to follow life that Saint Francis led. This Order is a mendicant religious order of men with their origin in Francis of Assisi. It comprises three separate groups, each considered a religious order in its own right. These are the Observants, most commonly simply called “Franciscan friars,” the Capuchins, and the Conventual Franciscans. They all live according to “The Rule of St. Francis”.
Southeast Texas Nonprofit Development CenterCommunityhttps://setxnonprofit.org/A local group of funders had a vision of an organization that would nurture a community of strong nonprofits to improve and transform the quality of life in Southeast Texas. The Center would provide management support services to nonprofits and funders enabling them to effectively serve the surrounding counties. This vision became a reality in April 2008, as the Southeast Texas Nonprofit Development Center opened its doors to serve the community.
Kids Advancing Hope CoalitionChildren & Youthhttps://www.kidscoalitionagainsthunger.org/Dr. Donald E. Burwell, started Kids Advancing Hope Coalition 1998. In 1999 Dr. Burwell opened the first Michigan Satellite of Kids Against Hunger, after attending a presentation where Richard Proudfit was speaking. Mr. Proudfit, founder of the Minneapolis based Kids Against Hunger, wanted to open satellites all over the country.
Fair Housing Center of Metropolitan DetroitHousinghttps://fairhousingdetroit.org/Since 1977 the Fair Housing Center of Metropolitan Detroit (FHCMD), a private, non-profit, citizen-based organization - with IRS 501 (c)(3) tax exempt status - has worked to help assure equal housing opportunities throughout the metropolitan Detroit area. As you will discover when you browse this website, FHCMD has had significant success, especially in relation to improving the enforcement of fair housing laws, with subsequent improvements in the fair housing behavior of housing providers in the metropolitan Detroit area. The recovery from defendants of over $11,000,000 for the plaintiffs in 394 closed litigations has made a positive difference for fair housing. Our goal is to assure that homeseekers are able to exercise their equal rights to the housing of their choice, without encountering unlawful housing discrimination.

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