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  • Anawim Lay Missions Foundation
    Anawim Lay Missions Foundation is a home for the aged people that provide senior care and home for the less fortunate. This serve as a nursing home for the elder people and for those who are physically impaired person. Anawim foundation consists of Anawim missionaries who give counseling services, emotional support, rehabilitation support, spiritual enhancement and physical aid to the helpless people of the Philippines.

    Created most stringent pesticide policy in the nation for schools at Los Angeles Unified (2nd largest school district in USA) Polciy has become national model for school districts and communities throughout the USA.

  • Raising Socially Aware and Responsible Children
    Read about programs that help create a better future for our children. Find awards programs that your children can participate in, and read about some children who are actively working to create a better world.

  • Adult Children of Alcoholics
    Welcome to ACA. Adult Children of Alcoholics is a Twelve Step, Twelve Tradition program of women and men who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes.

  • American Council for Drug Education
    The American Council for Drug Education is a substance abuse prevention and education agency that develops programs and materials based on the most current scientific research on drug use and its impact on society.

  • American Public Human Services Association
    Founded in 1930, APHSA is a nonprofit, bipartisan organization of individuals and agencies concerned with human services. Our members include all state and many territorial human service agencies, more than 1,200 local agencies, and several thousand individuals who work in or otherwise have an interest in human service programs. APHSA educates members of Congress, the media, and the broader public on what is happening in the states around welfare, child welfare, health care reform, and other issues involving families and the elderly.

  • AmeriCorps
    Service is and always has been a vital force in American life. Throughout our history, our nation has relied on the dedication and action of citizens to tackle our biggest challenges. AmeriCorps is a part of a long tradition of service that has included the Civilian Conservation Corps, the GI Bill, the Peace Corps, and the Points of Light Foundation.

  • Amizade
    Amizade is a nonprofit organization that was started with the idea of saving the rainforest by helping the people of the rainforest. Amizade offers alternative travel programs that are a mix of community service and recreation which provide volunteers with the unique opportunity to participate first hand in the culture of the region where they are traveling whether that be the Brazilian Amazon, Bolivian Andies, Australia, the Navajo Nation, or the Greater Yellowstone Region.

  • Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists
    The Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists (ATSS) is a nonprofit international organization founded in 1989 to provide professional education and certification to those actively involved in crisis intervention, trauma response, management, treatment, and the healing and recovery of those affected by traumatic stress.

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
    ig Brothers Big Sisters of America is the nation's oldest and largest youth mentoring organization. Since 1904, caring adult volunteers have been helping millions of children reach their full potential and fulfill their dreams. Our programs in all 50 states match kids with mentors who provide meaningful friendships and share fun experiences. Learn more about how you can make a Big difference.

  • Binky Patrol Comforting Covers for Kids
    Binky Patrol's volunteers range in age from 3 to 93. We make blankets and give them away to comfort children and teens in need.

  • Campus California TG
    Campus California TG is an International Campus for the Humanization of Mankind and the Care of Our Planet. It is offering programs where you as the participant, get the opportunity to act as a responsible world citizen by being a part of activities aimed to generate values for life itself. The word Campus indicates a variety of activities to come, and tasks we invite you, who have something on your heart, to participate in.

  • Can We Talk
    Can We Talk? is a community program designed to help parents talk with their children about healthy relationships and sexuality, including the prevention of pregnancy, HIV/STDs, drug abuse and violence.

  • CARE Center - Child Abuse Response & Evaluation, Inc.
    The CARE Center-Child Abuse Response and Evaluation, Inc.- is a non-profit organization with an innovative approach to the investigation and treatment of child sexual and physical abuse in Oklahoma County. The Center's goals are to minimize each child's trauma, to provide timely treatment and services, and to ensure the proper investigation of cases. The CARE Center team consists of administrative staff, law enforcement investigators, child protective service workers, therapists, assistant district attorneys, medical professionals, and innumerable volunteers.

  • Catholic Network of Volunteer Service
    Catholic Network of Volunteer Service, challenged by the message of the Gospel, promotes and assists member programs serving in the U.S. and throughout the world. We are a resource for people who are discerning a call to volunteer service, are in service, or have returned from service. We advocate an increased role for all women and men to utilize their gifts in service to the Church and the world.

  • Catholic Network of Volunteer Service
    Catholic Network of Volunteer Service, a non-profit organization established in 1963, has as its Mission to be a bridge between people thinking about volunteering and member programs, over 200 of which offer volunteer opportunities.

  • Child Welfare League of America
    CWLA is an association of more than 1,000 public and private nonprofit agencies that assist over 2.5 million abused and neglected children and their families each year with a wide range of services.

  • Civitan International
    Civitan, the service club with members in 21 countries on four continents, works on the prevention and treatment of developmental disabilities, and Civitans worldwide support the Civitan International Research Center. The purpose of the organization is to build a better world through community service.

  • Community Mobilization Forums
    The Community Mobilization Forum (CM Forum) is designed to give you the information you need to begin or enhance community mobilization efforts to improve the quality of life for children and families in your state or community.

  • Early Childhood Care and Development
    The Consultative Group is an international, inter-agency group dedicated to improving the condition of young children at risk. Working on several levels to keep young children on the agenda of policy-makers, funders and programme developers, the Consultative Group consists of a broad partnership of international organizations, a Secretariat and a group of Regional Representatives active in ECCD networks in diverse regions of the Majority world.

  • Families and Work Institute
    A non-profit organization that addresses the changing nature of work and family life.

  • Families Forward
    Helping low-income and homeless families in Orange County to achieve and maintain long-term self-sufficiency through a variety of services.

  • Family Giving Tree
    The Family Giving Tree is a non-profit organization, based in California's San Francisco Bay Area, dedicated to fulfilling the Holiday wishes of kids who would otherwise go without gifts.

  • Family Guardian
    FamilyGuardian, provides practical, biblical and legal tools to strengthen marriage and family relationships.

    FAMILY MATTERS engages families in year-round community oriented-volunteer projects by linking families, neighborhoods, businesses, non-profit agencies and Volunteer Centers.

  • Family Support America
    Family Support America is the new name of the Family Resource Coalition of America. Our name has changed but the organization's mission and purpose remains as an alliance of people and organizations convinced that in order to do the best we can by our nation's children, we need to support and strengthen America's families and communities.

  • Georgia Food Bank
    The Georgia Food Bank, Inc. is a non profit community food bank with 501c-3 status from The Internal Revenue Service. We operate as a "Food Bank" supplying food, health and beauty aids, and emergency relief supplies to other non profit and human services related organizations throughout the Southeastern United States.

  • Global Fund for Children
    The Global Fund for Children takes an entrepreneurial approach to advancing the human rights of children and youth. Our innovative programs help young people develop the knowledge and skills they need to become productive, caring members of our global society.

  • Global Health Ministries
    Charitable organization that provides medical supplies and funding for Lutheran health care missionaries around the world. Site includes lots of great missions-related projects and activities for youth groups.

  • Global Volunteers
    Global Volunteers, a private non-profit, non-sectarian development organization, was founded in 1984 with the goal of helping to establish a foundation for peace through mutual international understanding. As a non-governmental organization (NGO) in special consultative status with the United Nations, Global Volunteers is uniquely positioned to represent local leaders in a national and international arena, and to engage short-term volunteers in local development efforts with long-lasting results. At the request of local leaders and indigenous host organizations, Global Volunteers sends teams of volunteers to live and work with local people on human and economic development projects identified by the community as important to its long-term development. In this way, the volunteers' energy, creativity and labor are put to use at the same time that they gain a genuine, firsthand understanding of how other people live day-to-day.

  • Harvard Family Research Project
    The Harvard Family Research Project (HFRP) works to increase the effectiveness of public and private organizations and of communities as they promote child development, student achievement, healthy family functioning, and community building.

  • Heartbeat International
    Heartbeat International is an interdenominational Christian association of life-affirming pregnancy resource centers, medical clinics, maternity homes and nonprofit adoption agencies.

  • Homeless Children's Network
    The Homeless Children's Network's mission is to decrease the trauma of homelessness and domestic violence and to increase the strengths and effectiveness of the HCN collaborative.

  • Home-Start UK
    Home-Start - the leading family support charity in the UK. Home-Start volunteers offer friendship, support and practical help to families with at least one child under five years old.

    The activities of Humana People to People are divided into 11 sectors. Each sector works for development in a specific but also in a broadbased and varied way. The sectors are: The Schools, Child Aid, HOPE , Relief and Refugee Aid, Second Hand Clothes, From Communal to Commercial Farmer, Environment, Commercial Companies, The Solidarity Worker/The Develop- ment Instructor, The Scholarship Program and Partnership in Develop- ment.

  • Impact Online
    Impact Online (IOL) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing volunteerism through the Internet. IOL offers VolunteerMatch, a matching service for volunteers and nonprofits, Virtual Volunteering, a research project on volunteer activities which can be completed over the Internet, and information and resources on volunteerism. Impact Online's premiere Web-based service, VolunteerMatch, matches thousands of volunteers with nonprofits. Whether it's building a house for Habitat for Humanity, organizing an arts and crafts fair for inner city children, or participating in an AIDS walk-a-thon, VolunteerMatch provides information on volunteer events that fit everyone's interests and schedules.

  • Kip Keino Children's
    Kip Keino Children's Home enables about 100 children to have a happy childhood and to receive a good education. Its ultimate goal is to become self supporting

  • Lutheran Children and Family Service
    LCFS provides child and family oriented social services to people throughout Eastern Pennsylvania

    Lutheran Children's Aid and Family Services is an extended arm of Lutheran Congregations. Its mission is to fulfill the Great Commission by providing services for adults and children to increase the quality of their lives.

  • Make A Difference Day
    Look around your community. Are people hungry, homeless, ill or illiterate? Are parks or schools dirty or neglected? No matter where you live, there's a nearby need. And on Saturday, Oct. 27, 2001, the next Make A Difference Day, millions of Americans are expected to roll up their sleeves to help others. You can act alone. Or enlist your friends, family and co-workers. Thousands of people across the community can band together. Maybe we can help you to help others. Make A Difference Day is the most encompassing national day of helping others -- a celebration of neighbors helping neighbors. Everyone can participate. Created by USA WEEKEND Magazine, Make A Difference Day is an annual event that takes place on the fourth Saturday of every October. The next event is Saturday, October 27, 2001. Millions have participated. In 1999, 2 million people cared enough about their communities to volunteer on that day, accomplishing thousands of projects in hundreds of towns and helping an estimated 22 million people. Your

  • Mobilize Communities to Support Young Children and Their Families
    Some find themselves in a community that responds to their needs and those of their children; its institutions, both public and private, are designed in ways that weave young children and their caregivers into the social fabric. But most communities are far more responsive to the needs of their "working" residents--those who hold jobs outside the home--than to the needs of adults caring for small children.

  • National Drug Prevention League
    National Drug Prevention League Drug Prevention Information.

  • National Mentoring Partnership
    Mentoring works, but it is not working enough for the 14 million children in this country who need and want mentors. We are dedicated to the expansion of quality mentoring...which requires tackling the 10 barriers that have historically prevented mentoring from achieving scale.

  • National Network of Partnership Schools
    Welcome to the National Network of Partnership Schools! Established by researchers at Johns Hopkins University, Partnership Schools brings together schools, districts, and states that are committed to developing and maintaining comprehensive programs of school-family-community partnerships.

  • National Partnership for Women and Families
    The National Partnership for Women & Families is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that uses public education and advocacy to promote fairness in the workplace, quality health care, and policies that help women and men meet the dual demands of work and family.

  • Network 81
    Network 81 is a national network of parents working towards properly resourced inclusive education for children with special needs.

  • Network for Good
    Network for Good is the first coalition of its kind to help nonprofit organizations become more effective and efficient. Network for Good will help them further their mission by integrating the full power of the online medium into their own operations such as fundraising, recruitment and advocacy.

  • ONDCP Kids page
    Welcome to the ONDCP Kids page. We have made it easy for you to learn the truth about drugs, how to be healthy, and best of all, how to have fun!

  • PEP National Directory of Computer Recycling Programs
    A State, National and International Directory of agencies that facilitate donations of used computer hardware for schools and community groups

  • Safety Village
    Welcome to the Safety Village. A service thats mission is to create safety awareness, promote life safety skills, and provide injury prevention education to the greater Sioux Empire.

  • Save Abandoned Babies
    Save Abandoned Babies is a volunteer organization whose purpose is to save the lives of newborn infants by supporting passage of legislation.

  • ServeNet
    SERVEnet is the premier website on service and volunteering. Through SERVEnet, users can enter their zip code, city, skills, interests, and availability and be matched with organizations needing help.

  • Sharing Foundation
    The purpose of The Sharing Foundation is to help meet the physical, emotional, educational and medical needs of orphaned and seriously disadvantaged children in Cambodia.

  • Students Partnership Worldwide
    Students Partnership Worldwide (SPW) is a registered charity which runs educational and environmental rural development programmes in sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Every year we recruit around 250 Western volunteers, aged between 18 and 25, and partner them with local volunteers from the countries we work in.

    Aubyn's main goal became to train people to automatically donate their unused suitcases, backpacks and duffels to children in foster care. The idea, just like recycling glass and newspaper, brought in 4,000 suitcases locally in 1997. And by the end of its first full year, Suitcases For Kids was in operation in 19 states.

  • The Children, Youth, and Family Consortium
    The Children, Youth, and Family Consortium was established during the Fall of 1991 to bring together the varied competencies of the University of Minnesota and the vital resources of Minnesota's communities to enhance the ability of individuals and organizations to address critical health, education, and social policy concerns in ways that improve the well-being of Minnesota children, youth, and families.

  • The Family
    The Family is an international Christian fellowship dedicated to sharing God's Word and love with others. We in The Family seek to comfort, help and minister to those in need, endeavoring to follow the model of Jesus, who said His ministry was to "preach the Gospel to the poor...

  • The National Center for and Community Leadership
    The National Center for Strategic Nonprofit Planning and Community Leadership (NPCL) is a nonprofit organization created for charitable and educational purposes. The mission of NPCL is to improve the governance and administration of nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations and strengthen community leadership through family and neighborhood empowerment.

  • Virtual Volunteering Project
    Virtual volunteering means volunteer tasks completed, in whole or in part, via the Internet and a home or work computer. It's also known as online volunteering, cyber service, telementoring, teletutoring and various other names. Virtual volunteering allows agencies to expand the benefits of their volunteer programs, by allowing for more volunteers to participate, and by utilizing volunteers in new areas.

  • Virtual Volunteer Positions
    Work with organizations anywhere and complete your volunteer duties online or in your own home.

  • Volunteer Connections
    Volunteer Centers mobilize people and resources to deliver creative solutions to community problems.

  • Volunteers of America
    Volunteers of America is a national, nonprofit, spiritually-based organization providing local human service programs and the opportunity for individual and community involvement

  • Westside Children's Center
    Welcome to the Westside Children's Center Web Site. We are dedicated to serving families with vulnerable young children, birth to five years old, providing a supportive environment with a range of comprehensive services.

  • Working As A Family
    Working As A Family is an information center for families working together to stay together.

  • World Help
    We exist to fulfill the Great Commission and the Great Commandment through partnering, training, helping and serving, especially in the unreached areas of the world

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