Non-Profits

 

List of Qualified Non-Profit Organizations

Direct Relief

Direct Relief is a humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies without regard to politics, religion, or ability to pay.
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All Hands and Hearts

All Hands and Hearts Smart Response efficiently and effectively addresses the immediate and long-term needs of communities impacted by natural disasters. By listening to local people, and deploying our unique model of engaging volunteers to enable direct impact, we rebuild safe, resilient schools, homes and other community infrastructure. Through volunteer and community engagement, we aim to help families recover faster after natural disasters using our smart response strategy. By rebuilding in a disaster resilient way, we prepare them for future events and, through the process, strengthen both volunteers and communities.
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Save the Children

For 100 years, we’ve been giving children In the U.S. and around the world a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. When crisis strikes, we are always among the first to respond and the last to leave. We do whatever it takes to save children, transforming their lives and the future we share.

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Water Mission

In 1998, our founders, Molly and George Greene, were operating an environmental engineering company in Charleston, South Carolina when they heard about the devastation in Honduras caused by Hurricane Mitch. After receiving a request for multiple water treatment systems in Honduras, and being unable to find existing systems that would work, George and his team of engineers took action to build such a system and thus the idea for Water Missions International was born. When the Greenes arrived in Honduras, they were shocked by what they found. The river that flowed through a nearby village was the color of chocolate milk, deep brown with toxins, bacteria and hopelessness. The residents of the village referred to it as the River of Death because no one survived once they drank from that river. As one of the newly built water systems became operational, the local villagers were still terrified to drink any water from the river whether it was clear or not. So Molly and George placed their own lips to the hose and drank the newly purified water. With that action, Molly and George bridged the final gap and the villagers swarmed forward to drink the water. In the aftermath of their Honduras trip, Molly and George discovered the sad truth about the global water crisis is that billions are forced to drink dirty water every day. In 2001, the Greenes took action to combat this reality and founded Water Mission.

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Mission 500

Mission 500 is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that works closely with the security industry to serve the needs of children living in severe poverty across the United States. Through corporate sponsorships and donations, the volunteer-driven initiative has distributed more than 13,000 book bags filled with school supplies to students attending Title One schools, provided almost 50,000 weekend meals to children who aren’t promised a meal outside of a school setting, and most recently, donated 300 hope packs filled with school supplies and essential hygiene items for children misplaced by natural disasters. Mission 500 also serves as an advisory team for partners in Canada and Latin America. Through this partnership, Mission 500 LATAM is currently sponsoring 1,000 impoverished children around the world.

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Mercy Corps

When disaster strikes, economies collapse or conflict erupts, Mercy Corps is there to help people survive and get back on their feet. With your support, we can create lasting change for families suffering around the world.
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The goal of the UNIDOS Disaster Relief and Recovery Program is to serve the immediate and long-term needs of families and communities in Puerto Rico. To do so, the Hispanic Federation has taken unprecedented action, helping to coordinate hundreds of donation drives in the U.S. mainland, distributing millions of pounds of food, water and essentials to those most affected by the storm, delivering emergency relief aid to the 78 hard-hit municipalities, and seeding 30 million dollars to support emergency relief and recovery projects throughout Puerto Rico.

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Amigos de los Animales

By acting as a voice for abused and abandoned animals in Puerto Rico, defending those who cannot speak for themselves, and uniting with other rescue organizations, we believe we will eradicate the over-population of companion animals and suffering of all animals on the island, resulting in a more humane Puerto Rico. Amigos de los Animales relies on the generous donations of people like you in order to achieve this goal.
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