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Theatre Troupe 
04/09

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This 501c3 organization provides quality, live entertainment to the community. They travel to surrounding nursing homes, preschools, and group homes and perform in order to inspire and liven the community. The troupe also partners with local colleges in order to provide educational opportunities to young adults.


Meditation Education 
04/04

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The purpose of this charity is to provide a serene and peaceful sanctuary for women to learn and participate in meditative practices. This organization offers women an opportunity to participate in longer and deeper meditations, focused spiritual study, daily introspection, and service work. Their main program provides women the opportunity to participate in the activities of a working Ashram, as well as workshops that will assist in developing their spiritual practices.


Help Transitioning 
04/04

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This charitable organization advocates for formerly incarcerated women, and assists with their transition back into society. They will provide housing assistance and opportunities to the families, and will mentor the women and children. They wish to highlight the importance of maintaining relationships with family, while providing the resources to help secure its foundation. They assist women before their release as well by making sure that they have access to all of the necessary legal documentation.


Agriculture Education 
04/04

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The purpose of the 501c3 organization is to provide practical agricultural education to African immigrants within the urban Midwest. They will learn how to grow culturally specific plants and vegetables in the Midwestern climate. This will be a way to preserve culture, and foster a love for gardening. This will also serve to improve greenery in urban areas.


Horse Rescue 
03/26

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This 501c3 organization’s purpose is to develop and fund projects that educate the public about horses and the similarities and differences between specific breeds. The organization will also sponsor the adoption and training of its rescues. They provide proven, long-term training to their rescues. They also host trail competitions, and, by doing so, are able to fund the development of properly cared for horseback riding trails.


Care for the Vulnerable 
03/26

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This nonprofit organization’s mission is to empower church in order to better assist vulnerable children. They hope to find individuals within each church that will be able to spearhead their church’s efforts. They want to help each church become trained, create structure, and be effective in the lives of vulnerable children. They define vulnerable children as children in crisis families, in foster care, aging out of foster care, adults who lived through trauma as children, and children without functioning parents around the world.


Assisting the Elderly 
03/26

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This 501c3 organization aims to accelerate the adoption of lighting technologies in the homes of elderly persons in Southern California for the benefit of health and safety. The main goal of their organization is to promote optimal lighting in the residences of the elderly so that quality of life is improved and the risk for falls and injuries is reduced.  They plan to raise awareness of the issue through school and community events. In order to foster implementation, certain lighting products will be made free of charge through their programs.


Assisting Animals 
03/19

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The purpose of this 501c3 organization is to provide shelter and care for animals in need, promote pet adoptions through their sanctuary and local shelters, and advocate for the humane treatment of farm animals. Using local outreach and online fundraising efforts, they will provide shelter and care for domestic and farm animals in need.  They will reach out locally and use online channels to educate about the importance of spaying and neutering pets, and adopting from local shelters.


Cultural Enrichment  
03/19

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This nonprofit organization’s mission is to share and preserve West African culture. This organization offers performances, workshops, interactive performances, African dance classes, and African drum classes. African Dance and drum workshops will engage participants in an exploration of African diasporic dance, music, song and cultural traditions. Their instructors have over 20 years of experience in traditional West African culture.


Free Data  
03/19

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This 501c3 organization is dedicated to providing free data services to other nonprofit organizations. They focus on six areas of data support which include: healthcare, educational, government, environmental and transportation. This organization consists of socially conscious data scientists, architects, analysts, visualizers, data students, data change agents, designers, data stewards, virtualization/cloud specialists, and others who are committed to solving some of the most pressing problems of our community, nation, and world. Data has the power to predict those at risk, identify effective programs for avoiding an issue or minimizing its duration, and promote understanding and insight.


Emergency Radio Service 
03/07

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This nonprofit organization’s purpose is to improve the visibility of amateur radio and to show its affect as a positive force in the community. They also assist in providing emergency radio services and encourage training and further club activities for the betterment of their community. Emergency radio services provide emergency radio communications for the people in times of emergency. It may be used in a wide variety of situations, including natural disasters, technological disasters, nuclear accidents, nuclear attack, terrorist incidents, and bomb threats.


Community Center 
03/07

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The purpose of this 501c3 organization is to provide daily social, cultural, and educational support for displaced individuals in Guyana. They provide a community center for displaced and impoverished persons to find comfort in. This community center provides meals, classes, workshops, and cultural activities free of charge. This organization contributes to the betterment of the community, as well as providing an anchor for less fortunate persons.


Research and Funding 
03/07

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This 501c3 organization is dedicated to raising money, social awareness, and increasing research in order to improve the lives of people with Hyperphagia. They also are active in developing resources and boosting funding for all people with Prader-Willi syndrome. This is a very rare syndrome that treatment can improve, however there is currently no cure. They hold auctions and fundraisers 3 – 5 times yearly online and in the Texas area.


Ending Isolation  
02/23

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This nonprofit organization’s goal is to assist any and everyone who find themselves in an isolating situation. They provide support groups, donations, and aim to uplift downtrodden individuals. They assist people struggling with abuse, fertility, deportation, and homelessness. They host a weekly dinner for the hungry in the community.


Special Needs Mothers Support 
02/23

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This charity provides mentoring, respite, resources, community and inspiration to Special Needs Mothers through various types of gatherings. Their goal is to strengthen, encourage, inspire and validate all Special Needs Moms in their unique and difficult journeys. They aim to empower each mother who comes away from an event, online exchange, gathering, or retreat by gifting her the knowledge that she is not alone.


Musical Enrichment 
02/23

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This 501c3 organization will provide the surrounding metro area with entertainment and cultural enrichment by making a musical organization readily available to the community. This charity will provide people from all walks of life the opportunity to be a part of a music ministry that actively performs for nursing homes, pre-schools, special needs homes, and in parks throughout the metro area. The majority of this organization’s members were active in their school music groups and in some cases, military bands, but put away their instruments for a long time.


Community Physical Activity  
11/30/17

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This 501c3 program will encourage children from Pre-K to 5th grade to be physically active and to have good eating habits. This program will benefit children residing in Clayton, Fayette, and Fulton counties, GA. Activities will include 60-min physical activities that are designed for children to have fun and are appropriate. This nonprofit will also teach the children how to read food labels, define all the ingredients, and provide cooking activities. These activities will encourage children to be physically active and teach them to eat balanced and nutritious meals.


Employment for the Disabled 
11/30/17

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This charity will assist disabled individuals with finding jobs that match their abilities and interests. They will provide supportive job training for the individuals that are in need: the 501c3 organization will teach the individuals work ethics, computer skills, and other skills that the position might require. The organization’s goal is to match disabled individuals with the jobs that they are qualified for and bring hope to their lives. The services will be free of charge. The nonprofit will be assisting on average 5-10 people per week.


Youth Assistance 
11/30/17

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The purpose of this 501c3 organization is to support youth between the ages of 13-23. These youths may have been previously incarcerated, aging out of the foster care system, or come from a dysfunctional family and are currently homeless. The goal is to house and guide these youth so they can become successful adults. This nonprofit will provide educational classes, job training, and resources that will assist youths who require further guidance into independent living. The program will take place in Contra Costa County of California.


Housing for the Homeless 
11/17/17

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The purpose of this 501c3 organization is to provide care and support for homeless individuals, including disabled and the elderly in the Seattle, WA area.  The organization will provide this program for both men and women who cannot afford housing and assistance they need. These individuals may have mental, developmental or physical disabilities that hinder their ability to function without assistance. The organization will accommodate up to 8 individuals at a time.

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