Fidelco Guide Foundation breeds, raises, and trains German shepherd guide dogs for In-community Placement with individuals who are blind, providing increased mobility.
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We are located at the entrance to the University of Massachusetts. We are a church of diverse races, nations, cultures, generations, and backgrounds. People from 43 nations call FBC their spiritual home. We serve our neighbors through our Food Pantry, Craig’s Place Homeless Shelter, ESL Classes, and Freedom Cafe all on our church campus.
Center Church of South Hadley, MA is a progressive, vibrant, Christian community, worshiping the presence of a Living God, following the teachings of Jesus and alive in the Holy Spirit.
The Fistual Foundation is founded in 2000 to the treatment and prevention of obstetric fistual globally. The Foundation raises awareness of and funding for fistual treatment, prevention and education porgrams worldwide.
Flywheel, a collectively run, not-for-profit space, aims to build community and give artists of all types the opportunity to craft, practice, and perform their work in an environment where creativity is valued over profit.
We offer help for hurting families: single parents, newlyweds, troubled teens, grandparents, and many more receive assistance from our organization dedicated to preserving the family.
To raise public awareness, provide advocacy and education, and to advance research on behalf of those affected by food allergies and anaphylaxis.
Alleviates hunger by rescuing 6 plus million pounds of surplus food annually and providing it to 400 programs serving low-income people throughout western Massachusetts.
The food pantry offers various kinds of food and clothing items that you may need. The only thing necessary to receive food from the pantry is an address and how many people are in your family.
The mission of the Fort River PGO is to enrich the work of our teachers and administrators through field trip and other curriculum enhancing activities.
The Survival Center provides free food to needy individuals and families in the Franklin County Area. There is also a thrift shop where clothing, household items, furniture and other necessities are for sale at an extremely reasonable cost.
Reduces hunger by providing nutritious meals, and access to food and household supplies free of charge to those in need.
DIAL/SELF helps young people become independent by connecting them with housing, education, employment and civic engagement opportunities.
Franklin Land Trust works with landowners to protect farms, forests, and natural resources significant to the environmental quality, economy and rural character of Western Massachusetts.
We aim to cure Fragile X, the foremost known cause of autism, by funding medical research and helping affected families get the best treatment.
Free Press fights for your rights to connect and communicate. We're working to create a world where people have the information and opportunities they need to tell their own stories, hold leaders accountable, and participate in our democracy. We fight to save the free and open internet, curb runaway media consolidation, protect press freedom, and ensure diverse voices are represented in our media.
A a non-profit organization located in Cassville, NY, that provides guide dogs to blind and visually impaired people throug the distinct program called "Hometown Training."
Friends of Chilren mobilizes support by speaking ufor vulnerble children and young peole whose needs are ill-addressed by bureaucraci. We guide them to safe environments where they can thrive. We help them find their own voices and become their own advocates.
Our mission is to promote the interests of the Forbes Library so that its services, activities, and facilities may benefit the public to the greatest extent possible. The Friends provide financial support to programs, projects, events and materials whose costs cannot be met from the library’s annual operating budget.
The Friends of Lake Warner and the Mill River is a non-profit corporation registered in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We are dedicated to the preservation, improvement, and responsible use of the Mill River and Lake Warner in Hadley, Massachusetts. We love Lake Warner. Help us spread the word so we can save our wonderful lake.
Dog shelter serving 21 Franklin County towns.
Friends of the Homeless supports an open bed shelter on Worthington Street in Springfield, MA.
The Friends of the Jones Libraries are volunteers who raise money to sponsor library programs and activities and promote the love of reading.
The Friends of the M.N. Spear Memorial Library supports the Library by providing funding for its collections, programs and services. The Friends also fundraises extensively for a future new Shutesbury Library.
The Friends of Tilton Library support South Deerfield's library by funding library programs and events, providing museum passes for patron check-out, and purchasing books and media items for the library's collection.