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The Helpers Organization
The Helpers Organization, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was established in 2008 to address the needs of affordable housing, economic development, and neighborhood revitalization in Hampton Roads, Virginia.
Fuel Fund of Maryland
The Fuel Fund of Maryland provides both financial and educational resources to vulnerable households who are struggling to pay their home energy bill during times of crisis.
Downtown Hampton Child Development Center (DHCDC)
Downtown Hampton Child Development Center’s mission is to nurture young children by providing affordable, quality preschool programs that develop the “whole child” and foster school readiness.
Utah Community Action
Utah Community Action is a non-profit committed to ending poverty through six holistic programs: Head Start, Nutrition, HEAT, Weatherization, Adult Education and Case Management & Housing.
Greater Bergen Community Action
Mobilizing public and private resources to change the conditions in which low-income residents live and work, while also changing the institutions that impact their lives in the areas of education, housing and banking/finance.
Imani Energy, Inc.
Imani Energy is a solar power installation and energy services company that provides solar finance, training and equipment sales. We are committed to expanding job opportunities for low-income and people of color in the solar and renewable energy sector.
Sealed with a Kiss Packages
Sealed with a Kiss Packages (SWAK Pack) is a care package delivery service for low-income college students.
Sister Of NEW Pre-Apprenticeship of South Florida
Sister Of NEW Pre-Apprenticeship of South Florda the first of it's kind for Women ONLY in the State of Florida
Comprehensive Child Development Services - 1 followers
Comprehensive Child Development, Inc. (CCD) opened in 1984 and serves over 7,700 children a day through our Early Childhood Education and Care Program (400 children) and our Nutritious Meal Program (7,300 children).
Better Tomorrows serves residents of affordable housing sites across the nation. The organization partners with property management companies to gain direct access to low-income residents and the surrounding community.
Open Doors Kalamazoo
At Open Doors Kalamazoo we partner with low-wage working men and women to empower them to support themselves and their families and overcome or avoid homelessness.
Car Loans Online
Rapid Car Loans : Applying online for new or used car loan can get you low interest rates even with bad credit or no credit and lower rates will further lower your monthly payment with saving your dollars.
Smiles Change Lives
A national charity that provides affordable orthodontics (braces) for children from low-income families. We serve kids and families in all 50 states. For more information or to apply visit www.smileschangelives.org/apply
Madison Park Development Corporation
Madison Park Development Corp independently develops affordable housing for low and moderate income residents and has undertaken many programs to address the social and economic needs of the community. MPDC promotes the full revitalization of Roxbury, MA
H.E.R.O. for Children, Inc.
H. E.R.O. for Children, Inc.’s mission is to improve the quality of life for children infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS through enriching programs, unforgettable experiences, and connections with the community.
Since 1984, Families Forward has been providing low-income and homeless individuals with the resources and tools they need to get back on track through housing, counseling, food, referrals and other services.
Words Alive is a non-profit organization that helps children, teens and adults discover the joy of reading and how books can add meaning to their lives.
Put Your Best Foot Forward
PYBFF is a community initiative founded in 2006 to provide job skills training to homeless, low-income or underemployed citizens in Northern Virginia and Washington, DC, to assist them in making a change to better their lives. http://www.pybff.org
Network for a Healthy California--LA Regio
The Network for a Healthy California encourages healthy eating & physical activity habits in low-income families to reduce the risk of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer and obesity. The Network is funded by a grant from the USDA.