PRISM (People Responding In Social Ministry) is a nonprofit organization that provides Twin Cities of Minnesota area with social services to families during times of need.
MVAC is non-profit community action group serving Blue Earth, Brown, Fairbault, Le Sueur, Martin, Nicollet, Sibley, Waseca and Watonwan counties. MVAC uses federal, state and local programs to help residence with housing, transportation, employment and education.
Free To Be! provides transportation assistance to needy residents of Anoka County, Minnesota through auto repair, maintenance, donations and education. Free2B! car donation documentary produced by Twin Cities Public Televsion
Provide food, housing, health care, chemical-dependency services and education to the homeless and those in need through a collection of “villages” in the Southwest United States. Father Joe’s provides a “Continuum of Care” aimed at re-establishing self-sufficiency and long term success. Father Joe’s Villages provides a large share of the homeless services in the San […]
The Alliance for Children’s Rights provides legal help for foster and impoverished children in Los Angeles. Programs include foster care adoption services, legal guardianship assistance, health care, public benefit and special education assistance, youth transition and policy reform.
The American Kidney fund provides education and awareness services for, and direct assistance to patients with kidney disease. Direct assistance programs include; insurance premium assistance, grant programs, and medication assistance.
Best Friends Animal Society’s is dedicated to preventing the killing of homeless animals in shelters with a long term goal of helping to establish the United States as a “no kill” pet nation.
Farm Sanctuary is dedicated to protecting animals from industrial farm cruelty. Farm Sanctuary provides animal rescue, education and advocacy programs. Farm Sanctuary is the nations largest farm animal rescue organization and maintains several animal sanctuaries in New York, California and Minnesota.
Human Rights Watch is an international nonprofit focused on human rights. Human Rights Watch is a watch dog for abuse across the world. Human Rights Watch does not accept government funds, is not aligned with any political party.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Greater Bay Area of California provides children with life threatening illness unique wish granting experiences.
Car Donation Guide recommended vehicle donation charities.