10 Organizations to be THANKFUL for...
Updated: Mar 15, 2019
Thanksgiving has come and gone but the season for giving thanks is still here. Many of us have a lot to be thankful for, while others could use help. For instance: the fire victims, individuals with health problems, homeless folks, and people without jobs, young and old with physical and/or mental challenges, children who are hungry, scientists working on environmental concerns and cures for diseases, animal welfare groups and organizations focused on worldwide well-being and literacy. I love this time of year because it is a time to be grateful, a time to reflect and a time to look forward. Wondering how can I make the world better is one of my daily prayers. It is something we might all want to think about- what can each one of us do to make this planet a kinder, cleaner, healthier, more peaceful and accepting place?
I know some amazing people who have made a real difference by founding/working and/or supporting small but exceptional nonprofit organizations and one ministry. If you are interested, take a look.
An organization with a focus on showcasing the beauty of all people through the visual arts.
A charity dedicated to the rescue of dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in Georgia.
Created to provide an inclusive supportive environment for individuals with developmental and learning challenges by giving them the opportunity to participate in sports & recreational activities.
A ministry focused on providing for the basic and spiritual needs of the homeless population in Santa Rosa, CA.
A legal non-profit protecting the rights of foster children in California.
Creating significant social change by connecting nonprofits with volunteers.
The North Valley Community Relief Fund was created to help the fire victims in Northern California immediately and in the recovery period.
A loving environment providing therapeutic riding to individuals with disabilities by living a “life without barriers".
Dedicated to significantly improving the lives of individuals with Down syndrome.
Creating reading & sign language software for all learners with a focus on Inclusion.
There are so many worthwhile charities out there, make your own list, volunteer, give, just do what you can. Tis the season!
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