The Emily Dickinson Museum is the home of America's best-loved poet, Emily Dickinson, and is dedicated to celebrating her life and work with a variety of public events, guided tours, and education outreach.
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We provide support and resources for those who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss, and education for those who care for them at the time of loss.
EWB UMass is a student organization dedicated to helping local and international communities create sustainable solutions in order to improve their quality of life.
Protecting the climate by educating Congress, developing innovative solutions, and building broad coalitions to move America to efficient and renewable energy for a sustainable future.
Environmental Defense Fund's scientists, economists and attorneys design practical, long-term strategies to protect wildlife, natural resources, safeguard clean air, water and human health.
To insure that individuals with seizures are able to participate in all life experiences and to work toward prevention control and a cure for epilepsy.
EJI is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.
Founded in 1989 by Bryan Stevenson, a widely acclaimed public interest lawyer and bestselling author of Just Mercy, EJI provides legal representation to people who have been illegally convicted, unfairly sentenced, or abused in state jails and prisons. We challenge the death penalty and excessive punishment and we provide re-entry assistance to formerly incarcerated people.
EJI works with communities that have been marginalized by poverty and discouraged by unequal treatment. We are committed to changing the narrative about race in America. In 2018, EJI plans to build a national memorial to victims of lynching and open a museum that explores African American history from enslavement to mass incarceration.
The Everytown for Gun Safety Support Fund was formed both to educate the public about the detrimental effects of illegal guns in order to reduce gun violence in the United States and to lessen the burdens of government by assisting American local governments and law enforcement agencies in their efforts to develop effective policies to combat illegal guns. The Fund supports programmatic activities of approximately 1000 mayors in the coalition of Mayors Against Illegal Guns, as well as other government officials and law enforcement leaders.
Family Outreach of Amherst offers case management, advocacy, and information and referral services to low income families in Amherst.
Farm Aid is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to keep family farmers on the land.
One of the world’s leading anti-hunger organizations, bringing together caring individuals to provide food, water, education, and job training in 50 states and 10 countries.
Fidelco Guide Foundation breeds, raises, and trains German shepherd guide dogs for In-community Placement with individuals who are blind, providing increased mobility.
To alleviate poverty through lasting solutions that help people build assets, create jobs and raise their standard of living.
To build a global network of sustainable and scalable social enterprises that improve lives worldwide.
With headquarters in Washington, DC, our goal at FINCA International is to provide low-income people around the world the tools they need to succeed. FINCA’s programs benefit millions of people across five continents. We do that by offering responsible financial services, such as small loans or savings accounts; by reaching people in remote communities using technology like mobile phones and tablets; and by providing access to life-enhancing products, like solar home systems and clean cookstoves.
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.
The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project is the only organization in Arizona that provides free legal and social services to detained men, women, and children under threat of deportation.
The Florence Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit legal service organization providing free legal and social services to adults and unaccompanied children in immigration custody in Arizona.
Although the government assists indigent criminal defendants and civil litigants through public defenders and legal aid attorneys, it does not provide attorneys for people in immigration removal
proceedings. As a result, an estimated 86 percent of the detained people go unrepresented due to poverty. The Florence Project strives to address this inequity both locally and nationally through direct service, partnerships with the community, and advocacy and outreach efforts.
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.