The Mission of Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation is to provide comprehensive services to the underserved through education, mammograms, and patient navigation on the journey from diagnosis to survivorship with the compassion to ensure no one fights alone.
The onePULSE Foundation is a 501(c) 3 incorporated by the owner of Pulse nightclub. The Foundation was established to create a sanctuary of hope following the tragic day in American history–Sunday, June 12, 2016–to honor the 49 Angels that were taken, the 68 others who were injured and the countless first responders and healthcare professionals who treated them.
Here at the Howell Nature Center, our mission is that through mutual love and respect, we teach people to be faithful caretakers of one another and the world around us. With 230 acres, we offer numerous programs so you can find the activity that best suits you and your family to once again connect to nature.
New Beginnings Animal Rescue (NBAR) was founded in 2010. NBAR is a No-Kill, 501(c)(3), Non-Profit cat rescue that focuses 100% of our energy, time, money, and effort on providing the best care for the cats in our rescue as we work diligently towards finding loving, adoptive homes for them. We are completely run on volunteers, fosters, donations, and cat hair.
CHILDREN AT RISK is a non-partisan research and advocacy organization dedicated to addressing the root causes of poor public policies affecting children. The organization began in the fall of 1989 when a group of child advocates met to discuss the lack of data on the status of children and the absence of strong public policy support for Houston’s children.
At Little Blessings, we believe that Veterans returning from service benefit from targeted assistance.
We use unique environments, innovative wellness programs and a variety of animals to achieve impressive results. Participants experience healing, restoration of faith, hope and learn how to best experience a healthy future.
The Peconic Land Trust works to conserve Long Island’s working farms, natural lands, and heritage for our communities now and in the future.
In the fall of 2016, Soft Landing Missoula was born from a grassroots effort by Missoula community members with the goal to do more for refugees fleeing war and persecution. At the time, Montana was one of only two states in the nation that was not participating in resettlement.
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