A Reminder of how Real Change will Evolve, not from McCain or Obama but from all of Us…
Brothers and Sisters,
Watch, Listen, Learn and Turn to your Community and your fellow Humans and take Action.
We have a large list below for you to choose from, pick one, pick many but begin your journey towards enlightenment by working for a better World for every human being on this planet. We all deserve a life of dignity and opportunity and it can come about through Unity and hard work. Let go of the endless cycle or pursuit of ego gratification and turn to Loving Kindness and Compassion for all Beings.
Unite and Fight for what is Right about our World!
Citizen Soul Power
For Chloe and her special one.
|Bread for the World Institute
Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad. By changing policies, programs and conditions that allow hunger and poverty to persist, we provide help and opportunity far beyond the communities in which we live.
CARE fights root causes of poverty in the world’s poorest communities. We place special focus on working alongside poor women because, equipped with the proper resources, women have the power to help whole families and entire communities escape poverty.
|DATA (debt, AIDS, trade, Africa)
DATA aims to spark response to crises threatening hope in Africa: unpayable Debts, uncontrolled spread of AIDS, and unfair trade rules which keep Africans poor.
|International Medical Corps
International Medical Corps is a global humanitarian nonprofit organization that saves lives, relieves suffering and restores self-reliance through health care training and relief and development programs.
|International Rescue Committee
The International Rescue Committee responds to the world’s worst crises, helping refugees running from the horrors of war and persecution. For 75 years, the IRC has been raising alarms with a global call to action and restoring hope, dignity and opportunity for vulnerable people the world over.
Mercy Corps is a not-for-profit organization that exists to alleviate suffering, poverty, and oppression by helping people build secure, productive, and just communities.
Oxfam America helps poor and marginalized communities around the world harness economic opportunities and advocate for their rights (e.g., women’s rights, labor rights, indigenous peoples’ rights) through grant-making, campaigning, and emergency assistance.
Plan USA is a global partnership of caring people founded in 1937 to bring hope and help to the world’s poorest children. Our community-based programs assist more than 10 million children in 45 developing countries.
|Save the Children
For more than 70 years, Save the Children has created real and lasting change for children in need in more than 40 countries around the globe, including the United States.
A Christian humanitarian organization that provides emergency relief and community development in some of the most neglected areas of the world.
World Vision is a Christian relief and development organization dedicated to helping children and their communities worldwide reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty.
|A Glimmer of Hope
A Glimmer of Hope is making a sustainable difference in the lives of the rural poor of Ethiopia. By the end of 2005, the foundation had completed more than 1,600 development projects and helped approximately 1.5 million people. It launched its national aid program in Ethiopia in 2001.
|Action Against Hunger
Action Against Hunger, an international humanitarian organization, works to save the lives of malnourished children while providing families with sustainable access to safe water and long-term solutions to hunger. Our 6,000+ field staff carry out life-saving programs in over 40 countries, restoring dignity, self-sufficiency, and independence to some 5 million each year.
A specialist in Africa, the oldest and largest African-American led charity in its field. In 36 African nations since 1970, Africare has addressed AIDS, poverty and more. “I regard Africare as one of America’s greatest gifts to Africa,” says Nelson Mandela.
|Aid to Artisans
Since 1976, Aid to Artisans has worked to promote fair trade, build economic self-sufficiency and preserve cultural traditions in 110 countries around the world. ATA empowers artisans to improve their livelihoods through product design, business skills training, and marketing.
|American Baptist Churches, USA
American Baptists are a Christ-centered, biblically grounded, ethnically diverse people called to radical personal discipleship in Christ Jesus. Our commitment to Jesus propels us to nurture authentic relationships with one another; build healthy churches; transform our communities, our nations and our world; engage every member in hands-on ministry; and speak the prophetic word in love .
|American Foundation for Children with AIDS
American Foundation for Children with AIDS (AFCA) is a non for profit organization that saves lives and relieves suffering to children affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic by providing free anti-retroviral medication and medicine to fight opportunistic infections to children, their guardians and pregnant HIV+ women in sub-saharan Africa. AFCA is intent on helping save the next generation.
|American Jewish World Service
American Jewish World Service is a not-for-profit international development organization that works on a non-sectarian basis, on behalf of the Jewish community, throughout the developing world and in Russia and Ukraine.
|Americans for Informed Democracy
Americans for Informed Democracy is a non-partisan, student-led organization that raises global awareness at more than 250 universities in the U.S. We seek to build a global generation that can lead America in our increasingly interdependent world.
|American Refugee Committee (ARC)
The American Refugee Committee (ARC) is an international humanitarian relief organization that works to help people take back control of their lives. ARC works with its constituents as partners and currently assists nearly 2.5 million refugees and displaced people in Africa and Asia. ARC programs provide health care, clean water, sanitation, shelter, gender-based violence prevention services, microenterprise development, education, legal services, counseling and repatriation assistance.
A Self-help Assistance Program, or ASAP Africa’s mission is to cultivate self reliance in rural Africa by assisting people in their efforts to improve their own lives. Since 1994 programs have focused on improving education for children, HIV/AIDS interventions, poverty alleviation and empowering women, including Village Savings and Lending.
AERDO exist to promote excellence in professional practice; to foster networking, collaboration, and information exchange; and it enable its membership to effectively support the Church in serving the poor and the needy.
|Baptist World Alliance
The Baptist World Alliance is a fellowship of 214 Baptist conventions and unions comprising a membership of 36 million baptized believers and a community of 105 million. Baptist World Aid, the relief and development arm of the Baptist World Alliance, works through Baptist communities around the world, mitigating suffering and providing long-range help for persons in need, regardless of religion, nationality, tribe or class.
|Bead for Life
Bead for Life fights extreme poverty by connecting people in Uganda and the developed world to create benefit for all. Women in Uganda earn income through the creation of unique beaded jewelry made from recycled paper. People in the developed world open their homes, hearts and communities to sell the beads, and learn about ways to fight extreme poverty.
Blood and water represent a community-centered and integrated approach to AIDS that include establishing basic conditions necessary for health, addressing the constraints of poverty, and empowering communities to take ownership of their own long-term health development.
|Bridges to Prosperity
Bridges to Prosperity uses community footbridge building to improve access to schools, clinics & markets. They have bridge programs in Africa, Asia, Central and South America that directly improve the lives of millions living in extreme poverty.
|Carolina for Kibera
Carolina for Kibera promotes youth leadership, as well as ethnic and gender cooperation in the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya through sports, women’s empowerment, and recycling. CFK also improves healthcare and education in Kibera.
|Caring for Kaela
CFK is a Christian relief and development organization whose Vision is to empower the lives of destitute children in Africa. We serve the poor and downtrodden regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, or gender. We strengthen the communities where we work by promoting self-sustained, people-centered approaches to development and building the foundation for peaceful and productive societies.
|The Child Health Site
One of the suite of free “Click-to-Give” Internet sites affiliated with The Hunger Site, The Child Health Site, provides vaccinations, micro-nutrients, oral rehydration salts, HIV/AIDS tests for newborns, and prosthetic limbs to children. Clicking on the “Fund Healthcare for Children” button is free, with 100% of site advertisng being paid to site partners Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Helen Keller International, Prosthetics Outreach Foundation, and Mercy Corps.
|Christian Children’s Fund
Christian Children’s Fund is creating a better future for more than 7.6 million children & family members in 34 countries, helping overcome poverty through education, early childhood development, nutrition, health, livelihood programs & disaster relief.
|Christian Reformed World Relief Committee
CRWRC is a Christian non-profit organization present with 2,000 communities in 30 of the world’s poorest countries where together we are addressing hunger and poverty through emergency disaster assistance, integrated community development programs, and justice education.
|Church World Service
Church World Service, a global humanitarian aid agency and ministry of 36 Christian denominations, works to support sustainable self-help and development, meet emergency needs, aid refugees, and address the root causes of poverty and powerlessness.
|Citizens for Global Solutions
Citizens for Global Solutions is a grassroots membership organization that envisions a future in which nations work together to abolish war, protect our rights and freedoms, and solve the problems facing humanity that no nation can solve alone.
|Concern Worldwide US
Founded in 1968, Concern’s team of 4,000 personnel works in 30 countries providing life-saving emergency relief and long-term assistance (health, education, livelihoods, HIV&AIDS) for the poorest people in the least developed countries of the world.
CrossRoads is a character-based strategy dedicated to help communities worldwide discover the hope, life, and truth of Jesus Christ in the midst of devastating societal needs such as HIV/AIDS, addictions, and violence.
|Doctors of the World-USA
Doctors of the World-USA is an international health and human rights organization that builds sustainable access to health care for communities around the globe.
EDGE OUTREACH is a faith-based nonprofit that trains and sends people and organizations to deliver integrated water solutions where they are needed most throughout the world; hosts vision clinics for refugees and the poor; and networks with local agencies and volunteers to provide community needs in our hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. In September 2007, EDGE created SWIMSERVE.COM to train college students about the most efficient water solutions available and to mobilize them to install the systems overseas and train indigenous leaders in their use and maintenance.
Emergent Village is a growing generative friendship among missional Christian leaders seeking to love our world in the Spirit of Jesus Christ.
|Engineers Without Borders – USA
EWB-USA partners with developing communities to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally sustainable, equitable, and economical engineering projects while developing internationally responsible engineers and engineering students.
|The Episcopal Church
The 2.4 million-member Episcopal Church strives to live by the message of Christ, in which there are no outcasts and all are welcome. Walking a middle way between Roman Catholicism and Protestant traditions, the Church is a sacramental and worship-oriented church that promotes thoughtful debate about what God is calling us to do and be, as followers of Christ. The Church has adopted, as a mission priority, pursuit of peace and justice in the world, with a particular focus on advocacy to fight deadly global poverty and achieve the Millennium Development Goals.
|Episcopal Relief and Development
Episcopal Relief and Development responds to human suffering around the world. We provide emergency assistance after disasters, rebuildcommunities, and help children and families climb out of poverty.
|Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
The 4.9-million-member Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) emphasizes worship and prayer, outreach, ecumenical and interfaith dialogue, and preparing professional and lay leaders through college and seminary education.
FACE AIDS is dedicated to inspiring students to fight AIDS in Africa. FACE AIDS works with Partners In Health in rural Rwanda, employing men and women affected by AIDS to make beaded AIDS awareness pins. These pins form the basis for U.S. based awareness and fundraising campaigns, as students inspire their peers with the stories of courage and resilience of those fighting AIDS and extreme poverty in Rwanda. Fundraising through FACE AIDS chapters on over 150 campuses goes back to Partners In Health to fund their hospitals in Rwanda benefiting the pin-makers and their communities.
FORGE brings teams of Project Facilitators to Africa to partner with refugees. By implementing and sustaining projects like HIV/AIDS education, women’s empowerment programs, computer centers, and libraries, we create the beginnings of responsible social action by refugees.
|General Board of Church and Society
The General Board of Church and Society is the public policy and social justice agency of The United Methodist Church. In 2008, the General Conference called United Methodists in the U.S. and internationally to work to engage in ministry with the poor and to stamp out killer diseases of poverty by improving health globally.
|Global Health Council
The Global Health Council is the world’s largest membership alliance dedicated to saving lives by improving health throughout the world. The Council works to ensure that all who strive for improvement and equity in global health have the information and resources they need.
|Grameen Foundation USA
Grameen Foundation USA is dedicated to reducing global poverty among the poorest of the poor through microfinance. GFUSA partners with 52 microfinance institutions in 22 countries that provide financial services to empower the poor to start very small businesses to support themselves and their families.
|H2O Africa Foundation
The H2O Africa Foundation was launched in conjunction with Running the Sahara, the expedition and film project produced by LivePlanet and Independent Producers Alliance.
H2O Africa is focused specifically on clean water initiatives in Africa. Through its partnerships with the best water solution providers in Africa, H2O Africa not only sends 100% of your gift through to the project, we are also able to match every dollar you give to H2O initiatives.
|Habitat For Humanity
Habitat for Humanity is an ecumenical Christian ministry that welcomes to its work all people dedicated to the eradication of poverty housing. Some 200,000 Habitat homes now provide decent, affordable shelter to more than 1 million people worldwide.
Heartland Alliance’s mission is to advance the human rights and respond to the human needs of endangered populations through the provision ofcomprehensive and respectful services and the promotion of permanent solutions leading to a more just global society.
Heifer envisions a world of communities living together in peace and equitably sharing the resources of a healthy planet. Their mission is to work with communities to end hunger and poverty and to care for the earth.
|Hindu American Foundation
The Hindu American Foundation (HAF) is an advocacy group providing a progressive voice for over two million Hindu Americans. The Foundation interacts with and educates leaders in public policy, academia, media and the public at large about Hinduism and global issues concerning Hindus, such as the free exercise of religion, the portrayal of Hinduism, hate speech, hate crimes and human rights. By promoting the Hindu and American ideals of understanding, tolerance and pluralism, HAF stands firmly against hate, discrimination, defamation and terror.
|Hope for Kids International
The Mission of H4KI is to bring HOPE to kids in the greatest need around the world through HEALTH (medicine and medical/dental treatment), DIGNITY (practical provisions), JOY (entertainment and bringing smiles/laughter), and LOVE (Christ’s amazing love for each one).
HOPE International empowers those living in need to escape poverty by providing microloans, savings services, and training to help people reach self-sufficiency. Working in many of the poorest, least-served countries worldwide, HOPE is a Christian faith-based 501(c)(3) non-profit focused on alleviating physical, social, and spiritual poverty through microenterprise development.
|The Hunger Project
The Hunger Project empowers grassroots people in more than 10,000 villages of Asia, Africa and Latin America to achieve lasting progress in health, education, nutrition, family incomes and gender equality.
|The Hunger Site
The original “click-to-give” Internet site started in 1999 to combat hunger one click at a time. Each daily click is free to the visitor, and provides the value of 1.1 cups of staple food. 100% of site advertising is used to feed the hungry through partners Mercy Corps and America’s Second Harvest.
InterAction is the largest alliance of U.S.-based international development and humanitarian nongovernmental organizations. With more than 160 members operating in every developing country, we work to overcome poverty, exclusion and suffering by advancing social justice and basic dignity for all.
|The International Housing Coalition
The International Housing Coalition (IHC) is a non-profit advocacy organization established to raise the priority of housing on the international development agenda. The IHC supports “Housing for All” but particularly for the poor and slum dwellers in the developing world in support of the MDGs.
|International Justice Mission
International Justice Mission is a human rights agency that secures justice for victims of slavery, sexual exploitation and other forms of violent oppression. IJM lawyers, investigators and aftercare professionals work with local governments to ensure victim rescue, to prosecute perpetrators and to strengthen the community and civic factors that promote functioning public justice systems.
Islamic Relief is a non-profit, international relief and development organization, striving to alleviate the poverty and suffering of the world’s poorest people.
Jubilee USA Network is an alliance of 75 religious, environmental, human rights, and community groups working for the cancellation of unjust debts to fight poverty in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
|Jewish Reconstructionist Federation
The Jewish Reconstructionist Federation (JRF) and its’ over 100 plus member communities fosters relevant and compelling Judaism to meet the needs of Jews in the 21st century. JRF is a leading source of innovation grounded in Jewish tradition and the values of social justice, providing resources, programs, leadership and service to our affiliated congregations across North America and to the broader community.
|Keep A Child Alive
Keep A Child Alive is a campaign that offers people the opportunity to provide lifesaving antiretroviral (ARV) medicine and support services directly to children and families with HIV/AIDS in some of the world’s poorest countries.
Lifewater International is a Christian training organization focusing on safe water, adequate sanitation, and effective hygiene. Lifewater equips national partner organizations in Africa, Asia, and Latin America in well drilling, pump repair, biosand filtration, sanitation, and community health through hygiene. Lifewater’s partner organizations then work to empower local communities to take responsibility for their own health and well-being.
|Living Water International
Living Water International works in more than 22 countries to bring daily access to safe, clean water to over 5 million people. LWI confronts the global water crisis, as well as hygiene and sanitation development, through a community based approach of training, consulting and equipping.
|Lutheran World Relief
Since 1945, Lutheran World Relief, an international nonprofit organization, has worked to end poverty and injustice by empowering some of the world’s most impoverished communities to help themselves. With partners in 35 countries, LWR seeks to promote sustainable development with justice and dignity by helping communities bring about change for healthy, safe and secure lives; engage in Fair Trade; promote peace and reconciliation; and respond to emergencies.
|Mothers Acting Up
Mothers Acting Up inspires and mobilizes mothers to advocate on behalf of the world’s children. MAU inspires, educates and engages mothers — a gigantic force to be reckoned with — to prioritize children in our corporate and public policies. MAU believes that when mothers lead, generations of global citizens will follow.
|Mennonite Central Committee
Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is a relief, service, and peace agency of North American Mennonite and Brethren in Christ churches. MCC seeks to demonstrate God’s love by working among people suffering from poverty, conflict, oppression and natural disaster.
Micah Challenge USA is a Christian campaign that is part of the global Micah Challenge campaign. Our aims are to deepen our engagement with impoverished and marginalized communities and to challenge leaders to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. Micah Challenge USA is a movement of churches, organizations, schools, families and individuals united by their desire to see the end of Extreme Global Poverty.
The Millennium Campaign encourages citizens around the world to hold their governments to account for their promises in the Millennium Declaration and Goals.
|National Association of Social Workers
NASW is the largest organization of professional social workers in the world. NASW social workers provide humanitarian assistance for communities in transition, and develop policies to protect human rights both domestically and in international settings.
|Nazarene Compassionate Ministries
Nazarene Compassionate Ministries facilitates projects which address the temporal as well as the spiritual needs of the economically disadvantaged through child development, disaster response, development education, and social transformation.
NetAid educates young people about global poverty and international development, and provides opportunities for them to take concrete actions that make a difference in the lives of the world’s poor.
|Operation Blessing International
Operation Blessing International (OBI) assists the poor with medical, hunger and disaster relief. Since 1978, OBI has touched over 179.7 million people in 96 countries and across the U.S. giving goods and services valued at over $943 million.
Since 1971, Opportunity International has been a leader in microfinance helping the poor fight poverty through small business loans, other financial services, training and counsel. As the world’s largest Christian microfinance organization, Opportunity serves over 1.1 million poor entrepreneurs in 28 developing countries.
Sustainable good is the work of Outreach International. The kind of good that stays. Multiplies throughout a village. Becomes institutionalized in the community.
|Presbyterian Church USA (PCUSA)
The Presbyterian Church (USA) has approximately 2.4 million members in the U.S. and 11,000 congregations. It is part of a larger church family of more than 75 million members of the Reformed Church family.
Founded in 1989, Research!America is a national, not-for-profit, membership-supported public education and advocacy alliance working to advance research to promote health. It’s Paul G. Rogers Society for Global Health Research was created to increase awareness of, and make the case for, greater U.S. investment in global health research.
|RESULTS Educational Fund
For 25 years RESULTS Educational Fund has worked to create the political will to end hunger and poverty by training citizens in advocacy, working with the media, and building coalitions in their communities. Through our sister organization RESULTS, Inc. citizens lobby their own members of Congress!
|Save Africa’s Children
Save Africa’s Children (SAC) is among the first and largest African-American church organizations providing direct support to AIDS affected and vulnerable children in Africa. SAC has directly assisted over 350 orphan care programs in 21 African nations, providing direct support to schools, day care centers, medical clinics, feeding programs and children’s homes in some of the most remote areas in Africa.
Sojourners/Call to Renewal is an ecumenical Christian ministry whose mission is to articulate the biblical call to social justice, inspiring hope and building a movement to transform individuals, communities, the church, and the world.
|UNA – USA
UNA-USA is the nation’s largest grassroots foreign policy organization and the leading center of UN policy research. UNA-USA offers Americans thechance to connect with key issues like human rights, global health, development and international justice.
|The United Methodist Church
The General Board of Church and Society is the public policy and social justice agency of The United Methodist Church. In 2004, the General Conference called for churches in the U S and internationally to work for the achievement of the U N Millennium Development Goals.
|Unitarian Universalist Association
The Unitarian Universalist Association’s mission is to serve and strengthen its 1,000 member congregations, to foster the growth of Unitarian Universalism, and to give public voice to Unitarian Universalist principles.
|USA for Africa
United Support of Artists for Africa
|US Fund for UNICEF
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF supports child survival, protection and development worldwide through education, advocacy and fundraising.
|Union for Reform Judaism
The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) is the largest movement of Judaism in North America representing more than 1.5 million members and 900 congregations. Although each congregation is autonomous and very individual in its programs, worship style, and culture, all are characterized by the same core values of Torah (lifelong Jewish learning), Avodah (worship of God through prayer and observance), and G’milut Hasadim (the pursuit of justice, peace, and deeds of loving kindness) – expressed in lifelong study of the sacred Jewish texts, creativity and spirituality in worship, and social action fulfilling the vision of the Prophets.
|United Nations Foundation
Founded by Ted Turner, the United Nations Foundation acts to meet the most pressing health, humanitarian, socioeconomic, and environmentalchallenges, through advocacy, building innovative public-private partnerships and grant making.
|U.S. Coalition for Child Survival
The U.S. Coalition for Child Survival is a coalition of organizations and individuals united to strengthen U.S. and global commitment to improve the health and survival of children in developing countries by increasing the understanding of unmet health needs and effective basic health interventions to improve child health and survival; advocating and mobilizing commitment and resources to achieve the child survival goals; and increasing the level of U.S. public, private, and multilateral funding for child and maternal health and survival.
WaterPartners International is a non-profit organization devoted exclusively to bringing safe drinking water and sanitation to people in developing countries. By forging partnerships with carefully-screened partner organizations and offering innovative financing methods through its WaterCredit Initiative, WaterPartners empowers local communities to develop and sustain solutions to their own water needs.
|Women Thrive Worldwide
Giving women greater economic opportunity lifts entire families, communities, and countries out of poverty. Women Thrive Worldwide develops, shapes, and advocates for innovative U.S. policies that help women in poor countries earn income. Focusing on U.S. foreign assistance and trade policies, we work to remove the barriers that keep women and families poor such as lack of access to credit and trade, unequal property rights, violence, and poor wages and working conditions. Because of this, our work has a ripple effect – often benefiting millions of women living in poverty at once.
Winrock International is a nonprofit organization that works with people in the United States and around the world to increase economic opportunity, sustain natural resources, and protect the environment. By linking local individuals and communities with new ideas and technology, Winrock is increasing long-term productivity, equity, and responsible resource management to benefit the poor and disadvantaged of the world.
|World Hope International
World Hope International is a faith based relief and development organization alleviating suffering and injustice through education, enterprise and community health.
|World Hunger Year
WHY attacks the root causes of hunger and poverty by promoting effective and innovative community-based solutions that create self reliance, economic justice and food security.
|World Bicycle Relief
Simple, sustainable transportation is an essential element in disaster assistance and poverty relief. A person’s productivity increases dramatically with a bicycle when compared to walking. Bicycles fulfill basic needs by empowering access to healthcare, education and economic development. Our mission is to provide access to independence and livelihood through The Power of Bicycles.
World Relief is a Christian relief and development organization focused on empowering the Church to relieve human suffering, poverty and hunger worldwide in the name of Jesus Christ.
YouthAIDS, an HIV/AIDS education and prevention initiative of Population Services International (PSI), targets at risk youth between the ages of 15-24 with positive, upbeat, relevant messages of self-empowerment and healthy decision-making to protect them against HIV.
|Academy of Educational Development||www.aed.org|
|African Well Fund||www.africanwellfund.org|
|Alliance to End Hunger||www.alliancetoendhunger.org|
|American Refugee Committee||www.arcrelief.org|
|Americans for UNFPA||www.americansforunfpa.org|
|Better World Campaign||www.betterworldcampaign.org|
|B’nai B’rith International||www.bnaibrith.org|
|Brilliant Lecture Series||www.brilliantlectures.com|
|Christian Coalition of America||www.cc.org|
|Feed the Children||www.feedthechildren.org|
|Five Talents International||www.fivetalents.org|
|Food for the Hungry||www.fh.org|
|Foundation for International Community Assistance (FINCA)||www.villagebanking.org|
|Friends of the World Food Program||www.friendsofwfp.org|
|Global Healing Initiative||www.globalhealing.org|
|Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy||www.iatp.org|
|International Crisis Group||www.crisisgroup.org|
|International Orthodox Christian Charities||www.iocc.org|
|Intervida Foundation USA||www.intervidausa.org|
|Medical Teams International||www.medicalteams.org|
|National Association for the Advancement of Colored People||www.naacp.org|
|National Council of Churches USA||www.ncccusa.org|
|National Peace Corps Association||www.rpcv.org|
|National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness||www.studentsagainsthunger.org|
|National Wildlife Federation||www.nwf.org|
|Northwest Medical Teams||www.nwmedicalteams.org|
|Orphan Medical Network International||www.orphanmedical.net|
|Partners for Development||www.pfd.org|
|Pediatric AIDS Fund- Zimbabwe||www.jfkapnektrust.org|
|Pendulum Project, The||www.pendulumproject.org|
|Physicians for Human Rights||www.physiciansforhumanrights.org|
|Physicians for Peace||www.physiciansforpeace.org|
|Presbyterian Disaster Assistance and Hunger Program||www.pcusa.org/pda|
|Society for International Development||www.sidint.org|
|Student Global AIDS Campaign/ Global Justice||www.fightglobalaids.org|
|United Methodist Church- Global Ministries||www.new.gbgm-umc.org/|
|United Methodist Church- General Board of Church and Society||www.umc-gbcs.org|
|US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants||www.refugees.org|
|US Committee for UNDP||www.undp-usa.org|
|US Doctors for Africa||www.usdfa.org|
|USA for UNHCR||www.usaforunhcr.org|
|Whitman Walker Clinic||www.wwc.org|
|World Conference of Religions for Peace||www.wcrp.org|
|World Crafts Village||www.worldcraftsvillage.com|