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Green Forests Work is a tree planting organization that's fighting climate change and creating jobs by restoring healthy, productive forests on lands that have been degraded by coal mining. GFW's ecological restoration projects suppress invasive species, improve air and water quality, and restore wildlife habitat. Since 2009, GFW has restored nearly 5,000 acres through the planting of more than 3 million trees
Be the Match is operated by the National Marrow Donor Program® (NMDP), is a nonprofit organization that’s dedicated to helping every patient get the life-saving transplant they need. As trusted leaders in advancing treatments for those facing life-threatening blood cancers, we provide the ground-breaking research, innovative technologies, patient support and education that save lives.
City Harvest is New York City’s largest food rescue organization, helping to feed the more than 1.5 million New Yorkers who are struggling to put meals on their tables. We will rescue 144 million pounds of food this year and deliver it, free of charge, to hundreds of , and other community partners across the five boroughs.
The Samburu Project was founded on the promise of delivering access to clean water. Since 2006, We have drilled over 126 wells in a remote area of Kenya. Along the way, we discovered that water does so much more than can be imagined. As a result, The Samburu Project has expanded its programming beyond water, to include initiatives that promote health, education, women's empowerment and general well being. Water is Life!
Started in 2014, One Tree Planted has more than doubled the number of trees planted year over year. Fast-forward to today, they now work with awesome reforestations partners in North America, South America, Asia, and Africa who help them get trees in the ground to restore forests after fires and floods, create jobs, build communities, and protect habitat for biodiversity.Text
The Endometriosis Foundation of America strives to increase disease recognition, provide advocacy, facilitate expert surgical training, and fund landmark endometriosis research. Engaged in a robust campaign to inform both the medical community and the public, the EndoFound places particular emphasis on the critical importance of early diagnosis and effective intervention while simultaneously providing education to the next generation of medical professionals and their patients.
Youth on Record recognizes that education alone can not solve for systemic injustice, nor can it alone liberate youth. YOR’s education, music, and community programs are designed to help young people become more free, more rooted in their personal power, and better able to thrive in spite of systems and circumstances that dis-empower and marginalize them.
Teen Action Support Center is a safe and inviting environment where youth, parents, community members and staff work together to provide support and opportunity for teens and their families. We ENCOURAGE teens to reach their full potential through practical learning experiences. We EMPOWER teens to take control of their futures through counseling and mentoring. We CONNECT teens to their communities through resources and service opportunities.
F.A.R.M.S. is a legal non-profit, committed to assisting farmers and landowners retain land for future use of next generation farmer. Land loss is an epidemic that has plagued Black farmers and landowners. Every month, 30,000 acres of Black land ownership is lost primarily due to non-payment of property tax, eminent domain, unprofitable business models, discrimination, generational out-migration, and lack of estate planning.
Center for the Homeless is the South Bend area's largest residential facility for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. Our campus consists of a residential building, administrative building, children's natural play area, a community garden, recreation center, a universal sports court, and the Robert L. Miller Sr. Veteran's Center. The Center serves men, women, children, and Veterans each day.