We are an Unusual Running Club that uses the power of running to improve the lives of those who are at risk of homelessness and addiction.
Together, New York Life and Cigna, through our foundations, created the Brave of Heart Fund, dedicated to providing healthcare workers and their families with peace of mind. The Fund is designed to provide financial support in the form of charitable relief grants to support the families of healthcare workers who lose their lives to COVID-19.
The McKinley County Humane Society exists to provide a safe and healthy environment for our area’s homeless, stray, and unwanted animals where they can get needed care and find loving, responsible homes. As the only shelter in the area, we take in over 5,000 dogs, cats, horses, and other animals every year. Sometimes they are sick, injured, or starving. Sometimes they got lost and just need to be reunited with their family. Often, they are stray and just need a second chance.
Free to Run works to support women and girls in areas of conflict through adventure sports to build their physical, emotional, and social well being; developing them into community leaders so they can bring people together across cultural, ethnic and religious lines. We provide them with the tools to succeed and support them to transfer those successes to their everyday lives.
ProPublica is an independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest. Our work focuses exclusively on truly important stories, stories with “moral force.” We do this by producing journalism that shines a light on exploitation of the weak by the strong and on the failures of those with power to vindicate the trust placed in them.
Investigative journalism is at risk. Many news organizations have increasingly come to see it as a luxury. Today’s investigative reporters lack resources: Time and budget constraints are curbing the ability of journalists not specifically designated “investigative” to do this kind of reporting in addition to their regular beats. New models are, therefore, necessary to carry forward some of the great work of journalism in the public interest that is such an integral part of self-government, and thus an important bulwark of our democracy.
Our mission is to find a cure for epilepsy, by promoting and funding patient-focused research. For the 65 million people worldwide with epilepsy, progress is unacceptably slow. Children with uncontrollable seizures frequently face a lifetime of challenges including misunderstandings about epilepsy, discrimination, and other epilepsy-related problems. Mortality rates among people with epilepsy are three times the rate of the general population, and sudden death rates are more than twenty times higher.
The vision of the Education Foundation of Teton Valley is that every student in TSD401 schools will have the resources and experiences they need to achieve their highest potential.
We fight hunger and poverty with nutritious food and opportunities for children in need.
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