Since 1992, our mission has been for Oakseed Ministries to assist indigenous ministries who serve abandoned children and the poor in the developing world’s largest cities, bringing the good news of Jesus in word and action.
Little Lambs Ministry is committed to providing the opportunity for orphans and abandoned children in Eurasia and China to accept Christ, to grow in their faith, and become self-sufficient, contributing members of society. Little Lambs is committed to assisting Christian organizations and Churches in Eurasia and China in their orphan ministries and evangelistic church growth programs. Orphans and abandoned children – God gave us the vision and desire to provide love, nurture, spiritual teaching, and physical and emotional care for those who need the most but have the least – the abandoned children of the former Soviet Union.
Furkids, headquartered in Atlanta, GA, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization that operates the largest cage-free, no-kill shelter in the Southeast for rescued cats and Sadie’s Place, a no-kill shelter for dogs. Furkids also operates one of the only facilities in the Southeast dedicated to the care of FIV positive cats.
Atlanta Habitat enables families to thrive by taking a comprehensive, targeted neighborhood revitalization approach. We are engaged in key conversations about affordable housing policy both locally and nationally.
Founded in 1985, Trees Atlanta works to mitigate Atlanta’s tree loss, protect its forests, and increase its tree canopy. Empowered by a community of volunteers, Trees Atlanta serves the metro Atlanta area and has grown to become one of Atlanta’s most widely known and supported non-profit organizations.
We believe that Boise has the potential to be the “Bicycling Capital of America” and we strive to help the city obtain that title every day. BBP is the only nonprofit to earn Platinum Level Bicycle Friendly Business (in fact, there are only 9 business in the whole country) from The League of American Cyclists.
Shatterproof is leading many programs to help reduce the stigma of addiction, improve treatment quality and access, and save lives.
Since 1998, the mission of Stray Rescue of St. Louis is to lead the way toward making St. Louis a compassionate city where every companion animal knows health, comfort, and affection, and no stray is euthanized merely because he or she has been abandoned, abused, or neglected.
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