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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona is a youth mentor agency that serves children ages 6-18 in Maricopa, Gila and Pinal Counties. We have three programs: Community-Based, School-Based and STARS.

Big Sur Marathon JUST RUN youth program
The JUST RUN youth program ( provides free fitness,nutrition, and character building activities to youth ages 5 to 18. It is website based and can be done by any school or youth group in any location. This past school year more than 6,000 children participated.

Biloxi Lions Club
Community service, provide many services free to public, i.e. eye exams and glasses, surgeries, prosthetics, hearing aids, vision screening, blind camp for children, white cane, service dogs, rehabilitation, etc.,

Blessing Hospital
Blessing Hospital is the largest and most sophisticated medical center in a 100-mile radius, with a medical staff of more than 240 physicians and a team of more than 2,000 employees. As the regional leader in patient and family centered care, Blessing Hospital is committed to excellence. We offer quality, compassionate and comprehensive medical care, and place a strong emphasis on community wellness. Blessing continues to respond to the changing health care needs of the region's residents by keeping pace with technology and providing services that are convenient, accessible and vital to our mission to improve life.

Blind & Visually Impaired Center of Monterey County Inc.
The BVIC's mission is to impower individuals to meet the every day challenges of visual disabilities through education, support services, and skills training. This includes instruction in Daily Living Skills and Orientation & Mobility, Low Vision Services, Support Services, Marjorie R McNeely Low Vision Clinic, Fellowship, and Assistive Technology Center.

Bluffton Self Help Inc.
Assist families in the greater Bluffton area who are in a documented crisis situation with financial assistance for past due rents to avoid eviction, past due utility bills to avoid disconnection of services, repairs to senior's homes to insure a safe environment and misc repairs. We also have free donated clothing that clients can come in once a week and free foods 3 times a week that are delivered by another non profit and supplemented with canned vegetable and healthy food when needed.

Breast Cancer Assistance Group of the Monterey Peninsula
The Breast Cancer Assistance Group of the Monterey Peninsula is an all-volunteer organization of breast cancer survivors who raise funds and awareness to improve the lives of breast cancer patients and their families. Special Needs Grants are given to women who have a financial need associated with breast cancer due to loss of job, inadequate insurance or other special circumstances. Grants may be used to pay for rent, food, other basic living expenses and to assist with medical bills. BCAG raises funds through its own activities and the efforts of other community organizations and businesses.

Bridges to Sudan Inc.
Ongoing health and human services to financially struggling individuals and families

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Brunell Family Foundation

California Shock Trauma Air Rescue (CALSTAR)
Our mission: To save lives, reduce disability and speed recovery for victims of trauma and illness through rapid transport, quality medical care and education. California Shock Trauma Air Rescue (CALSTAR) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit regional air ambulance service. Founded in 1983, CALSTAR helps to fill a vital need for rapid emergency transport in Northern and Central California. To date, we have safely transported over 40,000 victims of trauma and severe illness to hospitals and trauma centers.

Camp Esperanza
Camp Esperanza is a unique summer camping experience for children between the ages of 6 and 15 who currently have cancer or have been treated for cancer at Children's Medical Center of Dallas. During the one-week camp, kids can just be kids, while still maintaining their medical and health care needs. "Esperanza", the Spanish word for "Hope", is what Camp is all about - giving and sharing Hope.

Cancer Association of Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties Inc.
The Cancer Association of Spartanburg and Cherokee Counties is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to providing quality of life services to area residents facing the challenges of cancer in our communities through screenings, education and direct services. We are a local organization; all funds raised remain entirely in Spartanburg and Cherokee counties. No reimbursement is received from Medicare, Medicaid or any insurance company, nor is the client charged for services provided. We are the only area organization to provide these services without any cost to our clients.

Cancer Coping Center
A 100% volunteer-run nonprofit organization, the Cancer Coping Center constitutes a group of professionals who volunteer their time and expertise in order to relieve the suffering of those afflicted with cancer by providing coping strategies for cancer patients, their family members and caregivers. It is all about taking action and not thinking that someone else will take care of the matter. We live socially responsible lives and can look back and be proud of helping others during difficult times. The Mission To enhance and improve the quality of life for cancer patients, family members and caregivers through creativity. We are a registered nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.

Cancer Research UK
Cancer Research UK is the world's leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. Our groundbreaking work has saved millions of lives. Our websites have a wealth of information about cancer, our research, how to donate and more ways to support us.

CANSA’s purpose is to lead the fight against cancer in South Africa. Its mission is to be the preferred non-profit organisation that enables research, educates the public and provides support to all people affected by cancer.

Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund of CNY

The Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund is committed to battling breast cancer by supporting both new and established researchers. To date, the Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund has awarded more than 57 research grants totalling in excess of $3 million to medical research. Each grant given is for $50,000 and is named for an individual who has lost his or her battle with the fight against breast cancer. This is a way of honoring these people. We also have an endowed lectureship that we name in celebration after a survivor locally, each year in October. As Carol Baldwin says, " TOGETHER WE WILL FIND A CURE!"


Carti Foundation Inc.

Cascade AIDS Project

Cenikor Foundation Inc.
Cenikor's mission is to assist people in developing the skills needed to become responsible citizens free of substance abuse. Cenikor's residents live within the Therapeutic Community (TC) where they learn and practice the tools necessary to overcome substance abuse disorders as well as the destructive behaviors that feed addiction. The TC offers a safe residential setting and employs a hierarchial model with treatment stages that reflect increased levels of personal and social responsibility. Residents of the therapeutic community learn to take responsibility for the change they seek by actively preparing for a successful, healthy future.

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