When a Non-Profit organization’s purpose is to serve humanity, it is essential that their Mission Statement clearly defines the services to be performed and the compassion driving the people who provide those services.
Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) Nonprofit Finance Fund 70 West 36th Street Eleventh Floor New York, NY 10018
Description The Nonprofit Finance Fund is a community development financial institution that offers financing, loans, as well as technical and planning assistance to nonprofit subsectors. Working together with other financial institutions, the Nonprofit Finance Fund services nonprofits in Washington, the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, New Jersey, New England, etc.
American Antigravity American Antigravity 9738 NE 138th Place Kirkland, WA 98034
Description Headquartered in Kirkland, WA, American Antigravity is a non-profit organization that offers support and services to scientists and inventors who work to achieve new knowledge in certain disciplines. They do so in order to encourage newfound information, and to aid people learn more about the emerging science & technology.
PANPHA 1100 Bent Creek Boulevard Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
Slogan / Motto an association of nonprofit senior services
Description Established in 1963, PANPHA is an organization that represents nursing homes, retirement communities, as well as personal care and independent housing facilities and community service providers. Their outreach plans include home health care, hospice care, counseling, adult day care, respite care, meals-on-wheels, etc.
Slogan / Motto Debt Relief is a phone call away.
Description A non-profit consumer credit management organization, SPRINGBOARD offers services related to credit education, credit and debt counseling, housing counseling, credit correction and education services, income tax preparation, and bankruptcy pre-petition counseling.
Mt. Holiday Mt. Holiday, Inc. 3011 Holiday Road Traverse City, MI 49686
Slogan / Motto Preserving 53 Years of Family Fun
Description Comprised mainly of local ski enthusiasts, Mt. Holiday, Inc. is a non-profit group dedicated to the preservation of Mt. Holiday. Their programs offer lift tickets, rental equipment, as well as food and lessons for children.
Amputee Resource Foundation of America, Inc 2324 Wildwood Trail, Suite F104, Minnetonka, MN 55305
Description ARFA is a non-profit Internet based information resource funded through private donations. The Amputee Resource Foundation of America is a nonprofit group that was formed in order to reduce costs associated with amputation, to assist amputees to return to the workforce, and to facilitate coping and living life after the amputation.
Blandin Foundation Blandin Foundation 100 North Pokegama Avenue Grand Rapids, MN 55744
Description The Blandin Foundation is an organization focused on the economic viability of rural Minnesota communities. They do so through leadership development programs, public policy programs to inform people on issues affecting the economics of the community, and grants to support community-generated economic strategies.
Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation 2150 Third Avenue North, Suite 310 Anoka, MN 55303-2200
Slogan / Motto Improving the Quality of Life Through a Balance Between Nature and Technology
Description The Charles A. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation is an organization that focuses on improving life through the balance of technology and nature. They do so through the Lindbergh Award, for contributions toward the balance between technology and nature, and the Lindbergh Grant, which support research or public education projects that enhance the said balance.
Cottonwood Foundation Cottonwood Foundation Box 10803 White Bear Lake, MN 55110 USA
Slogan / Motto Protecting the enviroment. Promoting Cultural Diversity. Empowering People. Encouraging Volunteerism.
Description A volunteer organization that was set up in 1992, Cottonwood Foundation is an organization that not only upholds the empowerment of people, but also the protection of the environment, as well as respect for cultural differences. They do so through funding other volunteer and grassroots organizations.
Initiative Foundation Initiative Foundation 405 First Street Southeast Little Falls, MN 56345
Description Formerly known as the Central Minnesota Initiative Fund, The Initiative Foundation was created to help initiate economic growth and community development throughout Minnesota.
Jerome Foundation Jerome Foundation 400 Sibley Street, Suite 125 St. Paul, Minnesota 55101
Slogan / Motto Grants for Artists and Arts Organizations
Description Founded by artist and philanthropist Jerome Hill, The Jerome Foundation is an organization that supports and offers grants to fund the works and advancement of new artists who reside in Minnesota and New York City. Exhibitions, reviews, commissions, performances, publications, etc. are being given in the fields of dance, literature, media arts, music, theater, performance art, the visual arts, multidisciplinary work and arts criticism.
The Laboure Foundation The Laboure Foundation Cy D. Laurent – Executive Director 1620 Johnny Cake Ridge Lane Eagan, MN 55122
Description Created by Cy Laurent, a Minnesota businessman, the Laboure Foundation provides financial aid to aspiring priests who need to eradicate their monetary debt in order to follow their vocation.
Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation 920 E. 28th St. Minneapolis, MN. 55407
Slogan / Motto Aggressive Discovery. Global Outreach.
Description The Minneapolis Heart Institute is a cooperative committed to learning everything about heart care for patients. They focus on acquiring new clinical knowledge with regard to cardiovascular disease’s diagnosis and treatment, as well as educating people about the advances of cardiovascular care and prevention.
MCF 100 Portland Avenue South, Suite 225, Minneapolis, MN 55401-2575
Slogan / Motto the source of minnesota philanthropy
Description A regional membership association of grantmakers, the Minnesota Council on Foundations is an organization geared towards the improvement of healthcare. Their services include education & professional development, research & information, communications, government relations, and leadership.
Northland Foundation 202 West Superior Street, Suite 610 – Duluth, Minnesota 55802
Slogan / Motto Buildling a Strong Foundation For The Future Of Our Region
Description A regional organization, the Northland Foundation serves the communities in the region of northeastern Minnesota. They do so through grants that provide financial resources to nonprofit organizations in the area, KIDS PLUS, a program committed to improving the welfare of youth, and a business loan program that offers financial assistance to businesses.
The Saint Paul Foundation The Saint Paul Foundation 55 Fifth Street East – Suite 600, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101-1797
Description The Saint Paul Foundation is an organization that funds projects in the greater Saint Paul area, as well as Ramsey, Dakota and Washington counties that are based in Minnesota. They have funded community renovation projects in the past, such as the Landmark Center.
American Experiment 12 South 6th Street Minneapolis, MN 55402
Slogan / Motto Defending the American Dream
Description Established in 1990, the American Experiment is a public policy organization and educational institution in Minnesota that takes into consideration conservative and free market ideas, highlighting their importance whilst addressing issues in Minnesota and the nation.
Central Minnesota Arts Board Central Minnesota Arts Board P.O. Box 458 114 Fourth Ave. N. Foley, MN 5632
Description The Central Minnesota Arts Board is a regional arts councils that caters to Minnesota, specifically the counties of Benton, Sherburne, Stearns and Wright. They support artists across various artistic disciplines, such as performing arts, visual arts and fine crafts, media and digital arts, literary arts, interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary arts, and creative design.
Legal Aid of NE Minnesota
Description An organization that offers free legal advice and representation, the Legal Aid Service of Northeastern Minnesota (LASNEM) particularly caters to low income people who reside in Northeastern Minnesota.
MAP 2314 University Ave W, Suite 28 – St. Paul, MN 55114 – 651-647-1216
Slogan / Motto 25 Years of Navigating for Nonprofit Excellence
Description MAP is a group that provides management and board recruitment services to nonprofit organizations in the Twin Cities. In addition, they also offer accounting services and financial management, fundraising consulting, leadership development, legal services, marketing and communications, strategic planning, and technology services.
Minnesota Land Trust 2356 University Avenue West, Suite 240 St. Paul, MN 55114
Slogan / Motto A nonprofit conservation organization protecting Minnesota’s lands and waters
Description The Minnesota Land Trust is an organization that is formed to protect the natural resources, particularly the lands and waters in Minnesota. They meet this goal through monitoring permanent conservation easements, which are agreements wherein the landowners limit the development and use of their land.
Naha The Norwegian-American Historical Association 1510 St. Olaf Avenue Northfield, MN 55057-1097
Description Formed on October 6, 1925, the Norwegian-American Historical Association was set up as a center for the collection and preservation of historical material.
Second Harvest Heartland 1140 Gervais AVE Saint Paul, MN 55109-2020
Slogan / Motto Joining Forces to Fight Hunger
Description The Second Harvest Heartland is a hunger relief organization that was formed to combat hunger and its ensuing social issues. The organization does so through offering nutritious and culturally diverse food products, advocating programs and policies for hunger relief, and educating people on nutrition and other similar issues.
WCRC Women’s Cancer Resource Center 4604 Chicago Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55407
Slogan / Motto Giving Voice
Description Formed in January 1993, the Women’s Cancer Resource Center is an organization established, managed, and is formed primarily by women, who address the issue of cancer. Their programs include Caring Hands Touch, a massage and bodywork program, the Holistic Health Directory, and Environmental Activism, which educate the community about the relation of the environment to cancer.
YMCA of Metropolitan Minneapolis 2125 E. Hennepin Avenue – Minneapolis, MN 55413
Slogan / Motto We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities.
Description The YMCA of Greater Saint Paul is an organization that provides a lot of activities for the whole family, such as aquatics and swimming programs, camp, childcare, conferences & retreats, family activities, health & fitness, personal training, preschool, sports, etc.
CTS 90 Brainard Rd. Hartford, CT 06114
Slogan / Motto Connecticut Association of Nonprofits
Description The Connecticut Association of Nonprofits is an organization geared towards supporting nonprofit agencies in Connecticut by enhancing public awareness of these nonprofit institutions, providing assistance and related information on effective nonprofit management, discussing issues that affect nonprofits, and encouraging communication and teamwork among these nonprofits.
St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology 2228 Sunset Blvd., Suite 2A Steubenville, OH 43952
Slogan / Motto Reading the Bible from the Heart of the Church
Description A nonprofit Catholic organization, the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology provides materials and books to Catholics who cannot afford it, in a bid to improve learning and education.
SAVE SAVE – Suicide Awareness Voices of Education 9001 E. Bloomington Fwy Suite #150 Bloomington, MN 55420
Slogan / Motto Suicide Awareness Voices of Education
Description Because of six people who lost a loved one due to suicide, SAVE was formed. The organization is made up mostly of suicide survivors as well as people who suffer from depression.
Path PATH National Support Center 2324 University Avenue West Suite 120 St. Paul, MN 55114
Slogan / Motto Treatment Foster Care and Family-Based Services
Description PATH, which is short for Professional Association of Treatment Homes, is a nonprofit organization that provides foster care for children with special emotional, behavioral and medical needs. Among their projects include Treatment Foster Care, Respite Foster Care, Bridge Builders, and the Rural Expansion of Adoptive Communities and Homes (REACH) Project.
PACER 8161 Normandale Blvd., Minneapolis, Minnesota 55437
Slogan / Motto Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights
Description The PACER Center is a nonprofit organization geared towards helping children with disabilities as well as their families. They conduct workshops that include Early Childhood, Federal Parent Training, Juvenile Justice, MN Statewide Family Network, Parent Partnership Project, Project C3 Rehabilitation, Simon Technology Center, and State P.T. Surrogate.
MHP Minnesota Housing Partnership 1821 University Ave. W. Suite S-137 St. Paul, MN 55104-2891
Description MHP is an organization that works with other nonprofit developers in order to provide housing for homeless and low income people.
Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse School of Social Work, University of Minnesota 105 Peters Hall, 1404 Gortner Avenue St. Paul, Minnesota 55108-6142 USA
Slogan / Motto providing research, education, and access to violence related resources
Description The Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse is a group that was formed in order to improve research and studies related to violence.
Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging 1600 University Avenue West, Suite 300 Saint Paul, MN 55104
Description The Metropolitan Area Agency on Aging (MAAA) is an organization for older people, helping them age successfully. The agency does so through advocacies and educating people, fund distribution, systems change, capacity building, and information and assistance.
Lutheran Social Services for Changing Lives Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota 2485 Como Avenue St. Paul, MN 55108
Description Lutheran Social Service for Changing Lives aims to help families, senior people, and those with disabilities. Their services include adoption, counseling, crisis shelters, debt counseling, foster care, homeless youth, housing, assisted living, caregiver support, guardianship, senior nutrition, supervised living, in-home support, respite care, etc.
Junior League of Saint Paul, Inc 633 Snelling Avenue North Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104
Slogan / Motto Women building better communities
Description The Junior League of Saint Paul, Inc. is an institution that helps people who are living through abuse. They are known for their Adopt-A-Shelter project collaboration with Women’s Advocates, Inc., which is a shelter that aims to protect and prevent all forms of domestic violence.
International Institute of Minnesota 1694 Como Ave. St. Paul, MN 55108
Slogan / Motto Serving People in Transition
Description An inter-racial, non-political, and non-sectarian social service agency, THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MINNESOTA is an organization for both foreigners and locals of various nationalities and races. Being affiliated with the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) and the United Way, its services include casework/refugee resettlement, employment training, language learning and citizenship, intercultural relations, festival of nations, etc.
Hearthstone of Minnesota Hearthstone of Minnesota 222 Grand Avenue West, Suite 200 South Saint Paul, MN 55075
Slogan / Motto Building a better world one kid at a time
Description A nonprofit group home program, the Hearthstone of Minnesota is an organization that caters to male adolescents from ages 12 to 19 who reside in the Twin Cities and its surrounding communities. They help each youth develop new skills, regardless of their race or nationality.
Good in the Hood 2101 Chicago Ave. S. Minneapolis MN USA
Slogan / Motto Simply Making a Difference
Description Good in the ‘Hood is a nonprofit volunteer agency in the Minnesota community, and seeks to involve the whole family to do volunteer work. Some of their projects consist of supporting immigrants towards becoming long term residents, providing educational programs and urban development solutions for the community, and gathering public support against injustice.
Prevent Child Abuse Prevent Child Abuse Minnesota 1821 University Avenue West Suite 202-S Saint Paul, MN 55104
Description Prevent Child Abuse Minnesota is an agency that aims to end direct and indirect child abuse and neglect in Minnesota. They do so through their 1-800-CHILDREN helpline, through providing abuse prevention information, through their seminars about abuse and its prevention, and also through the Circle of Parents group.
Family Institute for Creative Well-Being Family Institute for Creative Well-Being 2131 Fairview Ave. N., Roseville MN 55113 1745 Birmingham St., Maplewood, MN 55109-4508
Slogan / Motto Serving families who have members with disabilities or chronic illness
Description A nonprofit organization that caters to those with disabilities or chronic illnesses, the Family Institute for Creative Well-Being strives to improve the lives of these people through the use of creative arts, providing them with classes, workshops and retreats.
Community Volunteer Service 2300 W Orleans Street, Stillwater, MN 55082
Slogan / Motto Connecting People. Enriching Lives.
Description Community Volunteer Service is a nonprofit that services both the rural and suburban areas of Washington County in Minnesota. They do so through barter exchange, recruiting volunteers, such as drivers to aid those who have no transportation to get to their medical/necessary appointments, and distributing food, clothing and toys to poor families.
Chrysalis Chrysalis 4432 Chicago Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55407
Slogan / Motto Helping Women, Children and Families Transform Their Lives
Description Chrysalis is an organization that provides health and human service programs to people, which include Chemical Health, the Mental Health Clinic, Legal Assistance for Women, Resources & Referrals, Divorce Education, Community and Professional Education, Support Groups, and the Kids’ Cocoon Child Care Center.
Children’s & Home Society Family Service 1605 Eustis Street Saint Paul, MN 55108-1219
Description A social services organization for children, the Children’s & Home Society Family Service was formed in order to find homes who would take in orphans. Besides this, they also provide Child & Family Support Services, Early Childhood Education, Crisis Nursery, Donors & Volunteers, and also Employee Assistance Program.
Catholic Charities 1200 Second Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55403
Description An organization that provides social services, the Catholic Charities strives to strengthen families, empower adults, bring down poverty, and nurture children. They also give assistance to families, give help to the homeless, and build communities in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area.
Wilderness Inquiry Wilderness Inquiry 808 14th AVE SE Minneapolis, MN 55414-1516
Slogan / Motto Share the Wilderness
Description Wilderness Inquiry is a non-profit organization based in Minnesota geared towards providing people personal outdoor experiences, like canoeing, snowshoeing, dogsledding, etc., whether they are fit or have disabilities.
Rivers Council of Minnesota 1269 Second Street North Suite 200 Sauk Rapids, MN 56379-1409
Slogan / Motto Helping People improve, protect and enjoy their rivers in Minnesota
Description A statewide nonprofit organization, the Rivers Council of Minnesota is geared towards the preservation of Minnesota rivers. They do so by advocating awareness of river resources, educating people about the values of the river and its protection, and also initiating the improvement of the rivers.
The Freshwater Society 2500 Shadywood Rd., Excelsior, MN 55331
Description The Freshwater Society is an organization that promotes the preservation and maintenance of Minnesota’s water resources as well as watersheds. They take action with this endeavor by having freshwater resource management, groundwater and surface water stewardship activities, public education, etc.
E-quip Africa P.O. Box 3178 Willmar, MN 56201-8178
Description The nonprofit organization, E-quip Africa is a group that is the result of a collaboration between Minnesota and Ghana, dedicated to collect computers and schools supplies as well as raise funds to help the children being educated in Ghana.
The Bakken Library and Museum 3537 Zenith Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55416-4623, USA
Description An independent, nonprofit educational institution, the Bakken Library and Museum contains archives pertaining to the history, culture, and application of electricity and magnetism in medicine and other life sciences.
Audubon Center 54165 Audubon Dr. Sandstone, MN 55072
Description A Residential Environmental Learning Center, the Audubon Center is both a wildlife rehabilitation facility, and at the same time, a retreat center that educates people with regard to the environment.
Mission Statement To protect, improve and promote the enjoyment of the natural environment through formal and informal education programs and research; to assist and encourage environmental education programs, centers, and careers.
Angels in Care P.O. Box 308 Dade City, Florida 33526
Description Angels in Care is a nonprofit organization that provides support to children with disabilities. They do so through providing day care services, a summer camp, a Back to School Supplies and Kids Clothes Drive, and many more.
Nonprofit Risk Management Center 1130 Seventeenth Street, NW, Suite 210, Washington, DC 20036
Slogan / Motto We help nonprofits cope with uncertainty
Description The Nonprofit Risk Management Center is an organization that offers assistance and services to other nonprofit organizations. They give free technical assistance by telephone or e-mail, design and deliver workshops to nonprofit organizations, offer consulting services and risk assessments, etc.
Slogan / Motto A Tides Organization
Description Established by the Tides Foundation in 1999, Groundspring.org is a nonprofit organization that offers services to other nonprofit organizations, in terms of helping them become more efficient in using the Internet and other technologies to enable them to fulfill their purpose.
Independent Sector Independent Sector 1200 Eighteenth Street, NW, Suite 200 Washington, DC 20036
Description The Independent Sector is an organization that serves as a bridge for charities, foundations, and other programs in order to work together on certain issues, such as the Independent Sector Annual Conference.
International Food Policy Research Institute INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE 2033 K Street, NW Washington, DC 20006-1002
Slogan / Motto sustainable solutions for ending hunger and poverty
Description IFPRI, which is short for International Food Policy Research Institute, is an international agricultural research institute that conducts research on food policies, improving the food security of low-income people in developing countries, etc.
Ten Thousand Villages Ten Thousand Villages 704 Main Street PO Box 500 Akron, PA 17501-0500
Slogan / Motto Fairly Traded Handicrafts from Around the World
Description Ten Thousand Villages is a nonprofit group that supports the work and handicrafts of people in developing countries by marketing their products in North America. They advocate fair trade and are among those that founded the International Fair Trade Association.
Global Rights 1200 18th Street, NW, Suite 602, Washington, District of Columbia, 20036 United States
Slogan / Motto partners for justice online
Description A nonprofit human rights organization, Global Rights strives to uphold the basic human rights of people by supporting the legislation of laws pertaining to human rights and seeking justice for human rights victims of racial discrimination, human trafficking, etc.
Community Healthcare 310 Eisenhower Drive #5, Savannah, Georgia, 31406 United States
Description Community HealthCare Center is an institution that provides healthcare services to those who reside or work in Chatham County that either do not have any health insurance or do not have adequate finances.
Bell 60 Clayton Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02122 United States
Slogan / Motto Building Educated Leaders for Life
Description Created by a group of students at Harvard Law School back in 1992, BELL is an organization that provides assistance to elementary school children who reside in unfortunate communities by tutoring and mentoring them in learning how to read, write and do arithmetic.
Presidential Classroom 119 Oronoco St., Alexandria, Virginia, 22314-2015 United States
Slogan / Motto The Leader in Civic Education since 1968
Description The Presidential Classroom is an organization that prepares outstanding high school students for responsible citizenship by providing them with one-week programs in Washington, DC, where they can learn about politics, as well as the federal government.
Inwood House 320 East 82nd Street, New York, New York, 10028 United States
Slogan / Motto We Help Teens Take Charge of Their Lives
Description Inwood House is a nonprofit organization that strives to prevent teen pregnancy. They do so through education and tutoring the youth on literacy and math, as well as giving them positive role models so that they can build their own self-esteem.
Network 20/20 850 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1200, New York, New York, 10019 United States
Description An independent membership organization, Network 20/20 strives to prepare the next generation leaders through participation in public diplomacy and policies promoting global public security.
Stitch 1525 Newton Street, NW, Washington, District of Columbia, 20010 United States
Description STITCH is a nonprofit organization that aims to better the life of women workers in the workplace by exercising their basic human rights.
Catalyst 120 Wall Street, 5th Floor, New York, New York, 10005 United States
Slogan / Motto Expanding oppurtunities for women and business
Description Catalyst is an independent, nonprofit membership organization that primarily advocates research on women’s career advancement as well as women’s issues. They also provide consulting services and promote women’s leadership.
Agricultural Missions, Inc 475 Riverside Drive, Suite 725, New York, New York, 10115 United States
Description Agricultural Missions, Inc is a nonprofit group that strives to provide education and information to US Churches in terms of issues related to economic justice, food security, the environment, and others that affect rural communities worldwide.
Children’s Rights 404 Park Avenue South, 11th Floor, New York, New York, 10016
Slogan / Motto Protecting Children who Cannot Protect Themselves
Description A national nonprofit advocacy organization for children, Children’s Rights is an institution that caters to abused and neglected children, particularly in bad foster care homes. They do so through using policy, public education, and also the courts.
Doctors of the World 375 West Broadway, 4th Floor, New York, New York, 10012
Description Doctors of the World is a group based in New York that provides healthcare services to those areas, specifically where health is jeopardized due to violations of human rights and civil liberties.
The Jane Goodall Institute The Jane Goodall Institute, 4245 North Fairfax Drive, Ste 600, Arlington, Virginia, 22203-1637
Slogan / Motto For Wildlife research, education and conservation
Description The Jane Goodall Institute is an organization particularly into wildlife protection, research and education. They do so by increasing primate habitat conservation, advocating awareness for the environment and other animals, non-invasive research programs, and many more.
St. Albans Community Justice Center Saint Albans Community Justice Center 1 Lake Street Saint Albans, Vermont 05478
Slogan / Motto Using restorative principles to resolve conflict
Description The Saint Albans Community Justice Center is an organization where community members can get assistance in resolving conflicts & dispute. They offer restorative justice programs and services, with their Crime Prevention Programs, Pre-arraignment Programs, Post-Sentence Criminal Justice Programs, and Victim Support Programs.
Council on Foreign Relations 58 East 68th Street, New York, New York, 10021
Slogan / Motto A Nonpartisan Resource for Information and Analysis
Description A non-profit and nonpartisan membership organization, the Council on Foreign Relations is geared towards the improvement and understanding of U.S. foreign policy and international affairs through the members’ exchange of ideas.
Liberty’s Promise 1010 Pendleton Street, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314
Description Liberty’s Promise is an organization that offers internships to young immigrants from ages 15-21. Their programs include the Opportunities Plus, which provides internship in the government, media, and businesses, Civics and Citizenship which is about becoming active in American civic life, etc.
Slogan / Motto Children’s Clothing Ministry
Description Established in 2004, Angel’s Closet is a nonprofit organization that aids underprivileged families by providing them donations of children’s clothing.
Zoo New England 1 Franklin Park Rd., Boston, Massachusetts, 02121 United States
Description A private, non-profit corporation, Zoo New England is an organization that manages Franklin Park Zoo in Boston and Stone Zoo in Stoneham, Massachusetts. They educate people about wildlife conservation and currently preserve some of the world’s endangered wildlife.
iMentor 40 Exchange Place, Suite 401, New York, New York, 10005
Slogan / Motto Mentoring Works. The Internet Connects. The Combination changes lives.
Description A youth mentoring organization, iMentor was founded in 1999 in order to better the quality of life of the youth who live in underprivileged communities. They do so by cultivating relationships between the youth and volunteer adult mentors, developing literacy and technology skills, and become connected to opportunities such as internships, externships, and scholarship programs.
Hoosier Environmental Council 1915 W. 18th Street, Suite A, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46202
Slogan / Motto Clean Air. Safe Water. Wild Places.
Description The HEC, which is short for Hoosier Environmental Council, is an institution that is dedicated to the protection and preservation of Indiana’s natural resources. They do this through research and advocacy on Indiana environmental issues, work to improve state environmental policies, redirect government spending, and many more.
Higher Achievement Program 317 8th Street NE, Washington, District of Columbia, 20002
Description The Higher Achievement Program (HAP) is an organization that aims to help inner-city middle school students achieve academic excellence and community leadership in order to prepare them for high school. They do so through having a curriculum of cultural enrichment, tutoring, academic advising, etc.
Partnership for New York City One Battery Park Plaza, New York, New York, 10004
Description Originated in April 5, 1768, the New York Chamber of Commerce is an organization that aims to encourage business by developing commercial arbitration procedures, as well as maintain standards of fair trade, such as using standard units of measurement.
WYTEC 4213 W. Madison, Chicago, Illinois, 60624
Description WYTEC is a nonprofit organization that connects the business sector to the community, particularly the youth. They offer entrepreneurship education, investment training, college readiness program, adult education program, life skills program/etiquette, and many more.
Emmaus Services for the Aging 1426 9th Street NW, Washington, District of Columbia, 20001
Description The Emmaus Services for the Aging is an organization that caters to elderly people, linking them to government and private assistance, in addition to Social Security, Medicare/Medicaid, Low Income Housing Credit, etc. They also offer monthly supplemental food deliveries, food stamps and reduced cost utilities, legal advice, health screenings, prescription drug advice, and many more.
Self-Help 301 W Main Street, Durham, North Carolina, 27701
Slogan / Motto Creating Ownership and economic Oppurtunity
Description A community development lender in Durham, North Carolina, Self-Help offers loans to home buyers, small businesses, and other nonprofit institutions.
Idaho Youth Ranch IDAHO Youth Ranch, 7025 Emerald Street, Boise, Idaho 83704
Description The Idaho Youth Ranch is an organization that provides Children’s Treatment Center Services, Group Home Services, and Adoption Services. In addition, their other services include the Residential Service Center for Children and Youth, Group Home Service, Vocational Service, Intensive Counseling Service for Families and Children, the Pregnancy Counseling Service, etc.
American Lung Association(r) The American Lung Association(r) 61 Broadway, 6th Floor NY, NY 10006
Slogan / Motto Improving Life One Breath at a Time
Description Their programs include educating people about asthma, tobacco control, environmental health, as well as their projects which include Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU), and many more.
Make a Wish Make-A-Wish Foundation(r) of America 3550 North Central Avenue, Suite 300 Phoenix, Arizona 85012-2127
Slogan / Motto Share the Power of a Wish
Description The Make-A-Wish Foundation is an organization that grants the wishes of children who have life-threatening medical conditions or happen to be terminally ill.
Oregon Water Trust 522 SW Fifth Ave., #825, Portland, Oregon, 97204
Slogan / Motto Cooperative Solutions, Healthy Streams.
Description A regional nonprofit organization, the Oregon Water Trust aims to restore streamflows by compensating landowners to leave either all or a portion of their water instream instead of using it for out-of-stream functions.
Transportation Alternatives 127 West 26th St #1002, New York, New York, 10001
Slogan / Motto Your Advocates for Bicycling, Walking and Sensible Transportation
Description A nonprofit citizens group based in New York, the Transportation Alternatives is an organization composed of cyclists, geared towards encouraging the use of other transportation besides cars such as bicycles, public transit, etc. All this in order to have more peaceful streets as well as car-free parks.
North County Lifeline 200 Michigan Ave., Vista, California, 92084
Slogan / Motto Enhancing the positive quality of life.
Description A nonprofit human care agency, North County Lifeline, Inc. is an organization that provides services to North San Diego County residents in terms of social services, lifeline services, counseling/mental health services, mediation and legal services, youth services, transportation services, etc.
The Skin Cancer Foundation 245 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1403, New York, New York, 10016
Description Based in New York, the Skin Cancer Foundation is an international organization concerned with skin cancer, such as its prevention.
Close Up Foundation 44 Canal Center Plaza, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314
Slogan / Motto the experience of a lifetime
Close Up Foundation 44 Canal Center Plaza, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314
Slogan / Motto the experience of a lifetime
Description The Close Up Foundation is an organization that is dedicated towards making people understand public policy’s effects on people’s lives and vice versa through educational programs and publications.
RPJ 2666 Military Road, Arlington, Virginia, 22207
Description RPJ is an organization that was created in order to aid low income people become self-sufficient through the development and preservation of affordable housing.
Save the Children 54 Wilton Road, Westport, Connecticut, 06881
Description An international relief and development organization, Save the Children is an organization that primarily caters to children, ensuring that their basic human rights and needs are met, as well as their well-being.
Student movement USA 1499 Massachusetts Ave, NW, #801, Washington, District of Columbia, 20005
Slogan / Motto Student Movement for International Relief
Description The Student Movement for Real Change is a nonprofit organization composed of students, providing them an avenue to work for change, especially in neglected and underprivileged areas. Their two branches are the Student Movement for Real Change and the Student Movement for International Relief.
Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra Box 45592, Seattle, Washington, 98145
Slogan / Motto “Presenting the great works of Big Band Jazz”
Description The Seattle Jazz Orchestra is a nonprofit organization that was incorporated in order to provide support for the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, a Jazz band that has been performing in Seattle since 1995. They aim to celebrate and support great performances of jazz music by the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, through soliciting monetary contributions and grants.
Streit Council 731 Eight Street , S.E. Washington, D.C. 20003
Slogan / Motto for a Union of Democracies
Description The Streit Council is an organization striving for a union of democracies in order for there to be effective U.S. engagement in world affairs. The Streit Council does so by providing an avenue or forum where policymakers and scholars can meet to explore new approaches to better cooperation among the democracies.
The Door 121 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York, 10013
Slogan / Motto Where Youth are the Center
Description A New York youth development agency, the Door offers youth development programs with regard to primary health care, prenatal care and health education, mental health counseling, legal services, computer classes, tutoring and homework help, college preparation, career development services and training, job placement, etc.
Equal Justice Society 220 Sansome Street, 14th Floor, San Francisco, California, 94104
Slogan / Motto You Too Can Be A Part of the Movement To Reclaim Progressive Justice
Description The Equal Justice Society is a national organization of scholars, advocates and concerned individuals advancing creative legal strategies and public policy for enduring social change. * to defeat the right wing assault on social and racial justice. Our goal is to reshape jurisprudence to ensure that the rights of all are expanded, rather than diminished, by our courts and policy makers. * develop and disseminate new legal theories to help ensure fairness and democracy; * sponsor forums, presentations and debates on the legal issues of our day; * mentor progressive advocates to go forth and fight for social justice; and * forge concrete connections between law students and those who are out on the front lines practicing law, working for justice, developing jurisprudence, and serving on the bench.
CRPIC P.O. Box 540589, 154 Moody Street, Waltham, Massachusetts, 02454
Description The Charles River Public Internet Center (CRPIC) is a private 501c3 nonprofit education organization based in Waltham, Massachusetts that advances technology and Internet literacy for adults and youth by empowering people with the technical skills necessary for economic success. Our primary service area is Metrowest, however, the CRPIC continues to work with organizations throughout the New England Region.access to technology but education, job training and support.
AIDS Service Center NYC 41 East 11th Street, 5th Floor, New York, New York, 10003
Slogan / Motto Helping Many By Helping One
Description The AIDS Service Center is an organization dedicated to assisting people in the midst of HIV/AIDS. They do so through training and outreach, specialized women’s services, health promotion and harm reduction initiatives, child care support, HIV treatment education, supportive counseling, and many more.
Girls INC 1100 Spring Street, Suite 700, Atlanta, Georgia, 30309
Slogan / Motto Inspiring all girls to be Strong, Smart and Bold
Description Girls Incorporated is an organization that helps provide a place with activities for girls during non-school hours. Their programs include Operation SMARTSM, Preventing Adolescent PregnancySM, “Kid-Ability!”SM, Friendly PEERsuasionSM, Sporting Chance, ChoicesSM, AIDS Education, Girls Under the HoodSM, Girls Recast TVSM, Real World BudgetingSM, etc.
Center for Court Innovation 520 Eighth Avenue, 18th Floor, New York, New York, 10018
Description A public/private partnership in New York that fosters court innovation, the Center for Court Innovation is an organization that has developed models for judging domestic violence and drug crimes in courts. Their services include consultancy, technology development, courthouse designing, as well as planning and operating of demonstration projects.