Helen Woodward Animal Center, located in Rancho Santa Fe, California, is a unique, private, nonprofit organization dedicated to saving the lives of animals and enriching the lives of people.
Operation Walk Boston is a major volunteer effort through which Brigham and Women's Hospital provides joint replacement surgery to patients in the Dominican Republic.
This initiative describes our goal to replace and expand the monastery's library. We hope to create a reading room and space for over 15,000 volumes, along with a Founders' Room and Archive Room.
We are a child and family services agency in the New York area, working with those who need us most: children who have been abused or neglected, immigrant Jewish families and those building new lives
Through its Community and Access Program, the Whitney Museum will pilot new programs and expand its reach to those who do not normally have access to cultural resources.
VFC believes passionately in the sacredness of childhood and in each child’s right to be safe, to be treated with dignity and respect, and to learn and grow in the secure embrace of a loving family.
We build capacity by making education and training an integral part of our programs. This fosters self-reliance, and builds confidence, pride and self-esteem essential for sustainability.
International Medical Corps delivers all the basic services of strong maternal child health care and child survival, including lifesaving pre- and post-natal care in remote, demanding settings.
The goal of the Adoptions program at Helen Woodward Animal Center is to save the lives of as many companion dogs and cats as possible and to move them into safe, loving homes.
Our school is a Catholic, Jesuit parish grade school serving the children of Boyle Heights in East Los Angeles. We provide an excellent core curriculum in a safe and nurturing environment.