Dog shelter serving 21 Franklin County towns.
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Friends of the Homeless supports an open bed shelter on Worthington Street in Springfield, MA.
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 Pelham Free Public Library connects people, information and ideas to foster life-long learning, literacy and community.
As both a school and community library, the welcoming and knowledgeable staff is committed to supporting the personal and educational growth of students and patrons. The Library offers a rich variety of print and digital resources, lectures, workshops and performances.
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.
Gardening the Community is a Springfield-based food justice organization engaged in youth development, urban agriculture, and sustainable living to build healthy and equitable communities.
Retired Racing greyhound dog adoption group located in Amherst, MA.
The mission of the German Shepherd Resource and Rescue Center, Incorporated is to serve, protect and promote the wellbeing of German Shepherds in the New England Region.
Develops girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Provides quality, early care and education for children of diverse socio-economic backgrounds, with special sensitivity to at-risk children and their families.
Helps girls aged 6-18 become strong, smart and bold through structured after school programs including tutoring, science and math, sports, pregnancy prevention, mentoring and peer leadership.
At Girls on the Run we inspire girls to recognize their inner strength and celebrate what makes them one of a kind.
GiveDirectly delivers cash transfers directly to extremely poor households in Kenya and Uganda via mobile money.
Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) in New England
Prevent vision loss from glaucoma by investing in innovative research education and support with the ultimate goal of finding a cure.
Supports leading U.S.-based international charities to address critical needs throughout the world. We help ensure sustainable solutions by meeting real needs with real results.
Eliminating barriers to opportunity for people with special needs, facilitating empowerment, self-help, and service through the power of work in dedicated, autonomous, local organizations.
The Goodwin Memorial Library serves a population of approximately 5000 Hadley residents. Descendants of Elder William Goodwin, one of Hadley's pioneers, and other friends and citizens of the Hampshire county town erected the library building in 1902.
We are a community of human beings doing their best to be fully alive. In our life together, in our participation in the sacraments of Baptism and Eucharist, in our efforts to respect the dignity of every human being and to seek and serve Jesus Christ in our neighbor and in ourselves, we find ourselves dwelling more deeply in the mystery of the Holy Trinity.
Grace House is a residential 6-9 month treatment program for addicted women and their children. Services include substance abuse education, clinical and parenting services.
To fight hunger in eastern Massachusetts, we acquire and distribute more than 31 million pounds of nutritious food annually through 600 local hunger organizations.
The Greenfield Community College Foundation supports the College by raising funds, developing resources and building philanthropic and community relationships to enhance programs and initiatives that create opportunities for students, faculty and staff and advance the College’s mission and reputation in the local and global community.
LifePath, an Area Agency on Aging, is a private, nonprofit corporation that develops, provides and coordinates a range of programs.
Meals on Wheels are provided short-term or long-term to homebound elders age 60 and older who are unable to prepare a nutritionally balanced noon meal for themselves and are unable to attend congregate hot lunches. Therapeutic meals are available for certain medical conditions and may be ordered by your health care provider. Frozen weekend meals are available.
Volunteers who deliver Meals on Wheels ensure daily contact and a “wellness check” for elders who are alone during the day. of services to support the independent living of elders and persons with disabilities with a goal of independence.
An independent campaigning organization that takes action, peacefully and creatively, to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions essential to a green and peaceful future.