A New Leaf
A New Leaf is a human service agency providing services to those seeking help in our Homeless and Domestic Violence Shelters, Youth and Community Programs. Our mission is Helping Families. Changing Lives.
Abuse Counseling and Treatment is a private, non-profit agency committed to serving victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. ACT provides services to all persons without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, sexual preference or handicap.
Adopt a Family of the Palm Beaches
Adopt-A-Family is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit, charitable organization established in 1983. We are dedicated to restoring families in crisis to stability and self-sufficiency by providing access to all-encompassing services to families and their children.
Ag Against Hunger
Ag Against Hunger's mission is to alleviate hunger by providing the necessary link between the agricultural community and food assistance organizations. We are a surplus clearinghouse that collects and distributes produce to foodbanks. In the 19 years since its inception Ag Against Hunger has provided over 154 million pounds of fresh produce to people in need throughout California and the West Coast.
Akita Rescue Society of Florida Inc.
The Akita Rescue Society of Florida was founded in February of 1985. We were incorporated as a 501c3 organization in 1990. Our mission is to reduce the number of unwanted, abandoned or abused Akitas throughout Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana and the Carolinas, and when necessary, provide them refuge until they can be adopted into responsible, loving homes.
Akron Jaycee Foundation
Provide back-to-school supplies to children in need; provide food baskets and Christmas shopping opportunities to needy families; supply volunteers for community events.
Alabama Tornado Relief
Alabama Tornado Relief
Alamo City Mercy Foundation
The Mercy Foundation has as its purpose "to serve the least, the last and the lost at any cost." This is based on Jesus' statement: "Whatever you do for the least of these, my brothers, you do also for me." Matthew 25:40.
American Indian Services
Native Americans are struggling to create new better prospects for their people. Since 1958, AIS has designed many valuable programs which assist them towards self-sufficiency and building better communities. Chief among these is providing scholarships for needy Native Americans to attend colleges and vocational schools. There are many bright young students from various tribes who qualify academically for a college education. Yet, after high school, they have no means to pay college tuition. Over the last forty years, AIS has made it possible for thousands of Native Americans to attend college, obtain degrees and, in turn, provide needed support in their communities. But there are so many more who need help.
American Red Cross
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.
American Red Cross MetroPlex
American Society for Prevention of Cruelity to Animals
The ASPCA was the first humane organization in the Western Hemisphere. Our mission, as stated by our founder, Henry Bergh, in 1866, is "to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States."
Our Mission Providing emergency shelter and other services to persons battered and or abused--commonly referred to as domestic violence. Empowering those who survive through: Safety Planning Advocacy Family Support Educatio
Andrew Romero Foundation
Angel Cabrera Pro Caddies and the Needy Foundation
Welcome to the Website of Ãngel Cabrera Pro Caddies and the Needy Foundation, a non-governmental and non-profitable organization, which mission is not only to promote golf in all areas of society but also to encourage this activity as an integrating and opportunity generating tool. In addition, this organization supports the development of golfers without resources, seeks to improve the quality of life of caddies and their families, and contributes economically to social service organizations.
Animal Friends Rescue Project
AFRP is dedicated to finding good permanent homes for abandoned, stray,injured and abused companion animals through innovative community outreach and ending the pet overpopulation crisis through focused spay/neuter programs.
Artists Showcase of the Palm Beaches, Inc.
Artists Showcase of the Palm Beaches works closely with inner city youths to promote and display the creative works of Artists of Color. To educate children in an after school, safe setting on developing artistic skills & techniques, leadership skills, community involvement, being successful, making a positive difference and giving back to their community. These objectives are accomplished through the visual and performing arts with the goal of developing an awareness of the need for the educational enrichment of all children and adults, especially through the prism of multicultural diversity. Artists Showcase's history is rich in hands-on exhibits with art instructors, artists, volunteers, students and adults. Founded in 1989 by Dr. Catherine Lowe and several other initial board members recognized a nationwide paucity of venues for ethnic artists and a lack of public school promotion of ethnic artists, so to fill a void in this community Artists Showcase was born as a non-profit 501C (3) corporation in 1995. Several major goals have always been to connect children to a rich cultural experience, improve self esteem, give them a sense of hope and instill positive family values. As well as to celebrate the richness of the artist?s creative expression and, at the same time, to create a broader awareness of the exceptional value of multicultural diversity through a range of educational programs. The Artists Showcase serves an average of about 5,500 children and adults each year, the programs are widely publicized, open to the public and are free. In early 2001, Artists Showcase inaugurated its administrative & art facility at the Historic Jenkins House, marking the first time in Palm Beach County that a permanent venue for ethnic artists and art education classes appeared for the entire general community.
Arts Habitat, Inc.
Arts Habitat is a non-profit, 501c3 organization. We incorporated in 1996, in response to the closure and redevelopment of Fort Ord. We adopted the mission: CREATING A PLACE FOR CREATING ART to demonstrate our commitment to establishing an arts community at Fort Ord's East Garrison. Arts Habitat's goals include: developing facilities for a self-sustaining, mixed use art center; providing low cost studio/housing for artists and their families; providing facilities for patrons and arts organizations; and developing programs to encourage appreciation of, knowledge about, and skills in the arts.
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