The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) works in more than 190 countries and territories to save and improve children's lives, providing health care and immunizations, clean water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief and more.
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Operates centers around the world, including numerous mobile canteens, located in the continental United States & overseas.; provides a variety of programs and services, including orientation programs, family events, travel assistance, free Internet & e-m
Meeting the needs of the community through nurturing children and youth, strengthening families and individuals, enhancing health and wellness, and caring for those in crisis.
Rallying resources to sustain and strengthen a network of local agencies prepared to respond to people in need in Hampshire County.
Provides over 110 programs and services through 52 agencies in the Pioneer Valley. Services and programs to assist children, youth, elderly, families, the abused and disabled.
The Urban League of Springfield, Inc., serves the African American Community in Greater Springfield by advocating for and providing model services that enhance the academic and social development of young people and families, promoting economic self-sufficiency, and fostering racial inclusion and social justice.
When violence erupts or war breaks out, life can change in a matter of minutes—shattering families and communities and driving millions to flee. During refugee crises, UNHCR rushes in humanitarian aid and its expert staff, leading efforts to save lives and relieve suffering. USA for UNHCR protects refugees and empowers them with hope and opportunity.
The V Foundation is a charitable organization dedicated to saving lives by raising money to fund cancer research and awareness projects.
V-Day is a global grassroots movement to end all forms of violence against women and girls spanning over 140 countries. Through art and activism, V-Day supports safe houses, grassroots anti-violence work and awareness campaigsn.
Valley Classical Concerts presents a mix of eminent established musicians and exciting early-career ensembles, in varied programs that include both mainstream classical music and the works of 20th and 21st century composers – concerts that Valley residents might otherwise hear only by traveling to a major metropolitan area.
Develops affordable housing in addition to providing first-time homebuyer assistance including pre- and post-purchase counseling and technical assistance to start-up or existing small businesses.
Valley Free Radio is a non-profit, community based and volunteer run radio station for the Greater Northampton area. We seek to educate, inspire, and entertain through programming that reflects the diversity of the local community.
The mission of the Vermont Foodbank is to gether and share quality food and nurture partnerships so that no one in Vermont will go hungry.
Protects productive recreational and scenic lands that help give Vermont and its communities their distinctive rural character while providing for agricultural forestry and open space
Military veterans volunteering in schools, to share stories, teach history and deglorify violence; Providing a support group to families of troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Vintage Pet Rescue is a senior animal retirement home/hospice home. We are committed to rescuing vintage (senior) pets from shelters and assisting owners who can no longer care for their senior pets. We give these animals love, attention, and medical care for the last months or years of their lives.
Homecare Services: nursing; Rehab therapies: physical, occupational, speech; medical social work; home health aids; maternal/newborn health; Constant Companion Personal Emergency Response; Falls Prevention; Palliative Care; Hospice.
WAMC/Northeast Public Radio is a regional public radio network serving parts of seven northeastern states. These include New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Jersey, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania.
A co-operative effort of newspapers and the communities they serve which provides new winter clothing for the children of needy families.
Water.org is an international nonprofit organization that has positively transformed millions of lives around the world with access to safe water and sanitation through affordable financing. Founded by Gary White and Matt Damon, they have been pioneering market-driven financial solutions to the global water crisis for more than 25 years, giving women hope, children health and communities a future.
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The West Suburban YMCA, a charitable non-profit organization, strengthens the foundations of our community by supporting youth development, healthy living and social responsibility for all.
OUR COMMUNITY BENEFIT
We rely on the generosity of our community to enable us to keep our programs open and accessible to all. Today, we are stronger than ever... we serve more individuals and families, provide more community benefits and financial aid, have more strategic partners and are involved in the community more than any time in our history.
To provide, free of charge, the highest quality multi-sensory reading and written language tutorial services for children with dyslexia within a network of public-school-based learning centers throughout western Massachusetts.
The Westfield Homeless Cat Project is a non- profit 501(c)3 cat rescue completely staffed by volunteers and based in Westfield, MA. We are approved and registered with the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture and all of our cats are rescues that have been abandoned, abused, surrendered, or just simply left to die.
WGBH Boston first hit the airwaves in October 1951 with a live radio concert by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. WGBH enriches people's lives through programs and services that educate, inspire, and entertain, fostering citizenship and culture, the joy of learning, and the power of diverse perspectives. WGBH holds the licenses for eight broadcast operations, and is the source of one-third of all prime-time programming seen on public television nationwide, including such series as Frontline, Nova, and Antiques Roadshow. Today, WGBH offers multiple television and radio channels, vibrant Web content, and a wide range of teaching tools used in classrooms from coast to coast.