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Fights to preserve wilderness and protect environmental quality worldwide through a powerful combination of education, scientific research, publishing and litigation.
The Springfield Congregation and our lay associates serve in schools and prisons, protest war and advocate nonviolent means of peacemaking, and work with and for justice.
Provides free cleft surgery for millions of poor children in developing countries and cleft-related training for doctors and medical professionals, Smile Train is committed to eradicating the problem of clefts.
The mission of the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide is to reduce the number of youth suicides and attempted suicides by encouraging public awareness through the development and promotion of educational training programs.
Friends of the Soldiers' Home in Holyoke secures funds for services, programs and equipment, not state funded, for veterans at the Soldiers' Home in Holyoke
The Friends of the South Hadley Public Library assists the library with providing much needed services that are not available through the regular town budget. Including children
Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward making the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity a reality.
Speaking Place works internationally to address critical social issues facing communities.
Provides year-round sports training and athletic competition for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Goals include developing physical fitness, expressing courage, and experiencing joy.
Provides social, recreational, cultural and informal educational activities to the Jewish and general population in the Pioneer Valley
Help poor residents of Hampden County work toward self-sufficiency through our programs: Childcare, Weatherization, Food and Nutrition, Tax Assistance, Savings Accounts and more.
The goal of the Springfield Rescue Mission, since 1892, is to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the hungry, homeless, addicted and poor by introducing them to Christ and helping them apply the Word of God to every area of their lives.
Our mission is to maintain and develop a professional symphony orchestra that produces performances of high artistic quality, that educates and entertains audiences of all ages, that expands and develops our audiences; and to sponsor related programs and concerts that enhance the musical life of the region we serve.
Today, the SSO is the largest Massachusetts symphony outside of Boston. It consists of over 80 musicians from the NE region of the United States and Canada, and holds many performances in a given season – as either the full orchestra or in ensemble formats.
The Springfield Symphony Orchestra is the parent organization of two youth orchestras – the Springfield Youth Sinfonia (formally Young Person’s Philharmonia) and the Springfield Youth Orchestra (formally Young Person’s Symphony). Both of these ensembles offer young musicians a chance to play in a full orchestra, an option not offered in many schools.
We offer a variety of early childhood education programs that meet the diverse needs of children and families, serving over 1000 children per day.
Researches and treats pediatric catastrophic diseases-primarily childhood cancers. St. Jude covers all costs not paid by insurance. Research findings are shared worldwide.
St. Patrick is a parish of the Diocese of Springfield, MA
Helps persons with disabilities achieve and sustain independence by providing the resources and advocacy necessary to change their lives and our communities.
The Student Diplomacy Corps (SDC) provides opportunities and scholarships for high school students from across the nation and around the world to access dynamic international education summer programs that build college readiness, deepen understanding of global issues and unleash the potential and creativity of youth.
The Sunderland Public Library is a welcoming and lively center for lifelong learning, providing access to recreational and educational materials and innovative programming for people of all ages.
The Surfrider Foundation is to the protection and enjoyment of the world's ocean, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network.
Imagine life without breast cancer. We can make it a reality by racing for the cures and funding life-saving research and community health programs.
Since 1973, Tapestry Health has provided community-based reproductive health, WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) and HIV/AIDS prevention services to the four counties of western Massachusetts.
Temenos is an off-the-grid, non-denominational retreat center located on Mount Mineral, in Shutesbury, about a half hour northeast of Amherst, Massachusetts. The name Temenos is a Greek word meaning the sacred space surrounding an altar, temple or shrine. Carl Jung used this same word to refer to one’s interior space, where soul-making takes place. Here at Temenos we remember our own sacredness, as we immerse ourselves in the quiet of the deep forest, and embrace with respect, all the woodland inhabitants within this naturally occurring temenos.