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One Tree Planted is a 501C3 Non-Profit with a focus on global reforestation. As an environmental charity, we are dedicated to making it easier for individuals and businesses to give back to the environment, create a healthier climate, protect biodiversity, and help reforestation efforts around the world. All by planting trees!
Today data from satellite images proves that defending indigenous rights isn’t just the humanitarian thing to do, it is the most effective way to protect the remaining rainforests. It is a fact: rainforests legally titled and actively monitored by indigenous communities have the lowest rates of deforestation in Central and South America. The Rainforest Foundation works to secure land rights for indigenous communities and trains them to use technology to monitor their territories for illegal prospectors. They provide communities that are motivated to conserve their ancestral lands with the tools, training, and resources necessary to keep their forests intact, which ultimately benefits everyone both locally and globally.
We pioneer solutions to address global homelessness and imagine a world where no human lives in survival mode. 100% of donations directly fund new homes. We are in the business of changing life stories. This is bigger than building homes. Shelter supports the security of self, family, health, and resources – fundamental needs that we believe everyone should have. ep that we can sustainably transform communities in need with the help of loyal donors. So we’ve created a simple and radically transparent crowdfunding platform to give donors a trustworthy, tangible, and sustainable social investing experience. Donors meet the families on the other end and know not only where their money is going, but what it is accomplishing.
Every year, thousands of refugees are formally welcomed to the United States, carrying dreams of a better life and the desire to escape political, religious and ethnic persecution, or the violence of war within their home country. Friends of Refugees facilitates hundreds of job placements, serves hundreds of kids in our summer camp and after-school programs, teaches hundreds of moms and kids English together, welcomes dozens of babies born to healthy moms in our labor doula program, fills hundreds of family kitchen tables with fresh produce from their plots in our community gardens, creates thousands of handcrafted items in the Refugee Sewing Society, and helps to launch new businesses through the StartME business accelerator.
United Way of Greater Atlanta brings together people and resources to tackle complex issues and drive sustainable positive change to help our community thrive. For individuals and organizations that want to help improve the health of their community – United Way is the platform that enables individuals, groups, and companies to make a difference – individually and collectively – in whatever way they wish to contribute their time, talent, and treasure. United Way of Greater Atlanta invests in more than 200 programs in 13 counties through the United Way Child Well-Being Impact Fund.
We are a community united to end homelessness . . . one friend at a time. Since its 1938 beginnings, this Christian nonprofit ministry has grown from a small soup kitchen to a multi-facility organization serving Metro Atlanta’s large homeless population. Today, Atlanta Mission provides emergency shelter, rehab and recovery services, vocational training, services, and transitional housing. We serve more than 1,000 homeless men, women, and children every day. Our programs are multi-pronged and multi-layered, designed to meet people where life has led them.
Every year, we work with more than 600 nonprofit partners—including food pantries, community kitchens, childcare centers, night shelters, and senior centers—to distribute over 60 million meals to more than 755,000 people in 29 counties across metro Atlanta and north Georgia. Food pantries, community kitchens, childcare centers, night shelters, and senior centers are among the agencies that receive products from the Food Bank. In turn, these partner agencies provide food and other critical resources for low-income Georgians who suffer from hunger and food insecurity. We are a member of Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger-relief charity.
Feeding America is the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization. Thanks to donations and support from businesses, government organizations, and individuals like you, the Feeding America network of food banks, pantries, and meal programs serve virtually every community in the United States — 40 million people, including 12 million children and 7 million seniors. Every year, the Feeding America network provides over 4.3 billion meals, helping 1 in 7 Americans facing hunger live more secure and stable lives.
Red Nose Day in the United States is a program of Comic Relief USA, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It is a campaign with the mission to end child poverty by funding programs that keep children safe, healthy, and educated. Through the power of entertainment, we bring people together to laugh and have fun, all while raising life-changing cash for the children that need it the most. Since our debut in 2015, we have raised $200 million and have positively impacted over 25 million children in America, and around the world. This year, Red Nose Day will be held on May 21, 2020.
Cobb Community Foundation manages charitable funds for individuals, families, for-profit businesses, and non-profit organizations who are all connected by their passion for making a difference in our community and around the globe. We primarily focus on a specific geographic area typically by facilitating and pooling donations used to address community needs and support local non-profits. Unlike ANY other community foundation or sponsor of donor-advised funds, the focus of Cobb Community Foundation is to inspire charitable giving in Cobb, build resources for the future in Cobb, and connect donors to causes in Cobb.
Trustee Jennifer Garner and fellow actor Amy Adams came up with #SAVEWITHSTORIES. In partnership with Save the Children and No Kid Hungry, they’ll be offering stories on Instagram and Facebook to provide a little fun, a little education, and a little distraction for kids and parents. Plus, they’ll be challenging people they know – actors, athletes, musicians, politicians, anyone sitting at home with a book, a phone, and a little time on their hands – to join them. So far, over 100 stories have been read, enabling Save the Children to give food and critical educational resources to nearly 90,000 children in 200 school communities across the country.
The Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia) supports Latino-serving nonprofits and individuals in Georgia with advocacy, program development, technical assistance, and collective investments. We work to be a catalyst for investment, collaborative work, and a positive narrative for the Latinx/Hispanic Community in Georgia. We build a stronger community by collaborating and building networks as a way to champion the following community issues: leadership development and civic participation; health and safety; education and educational attainment; entrepreneurship, economic development, and mobility; human & legal services; and arts & culture.
The CDC Foundation is an independent nonprofit and the sole entity created by Congress to mobilize philanthropic and private-sector resources to support the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s critical health protection work. We are a catalyst for unleashing the power of collaboration between the CDC and philanthropies, private entities, and individuals to protect the health, safety, and security of America and the world. Thanks to our donors, we have launched more than 1,000 health protection programs and raised nearly $900 million to support CDC's work over the past two decades. To keep people healthy, safe, and secure, we managed hundreds of CDC-led programs in the United States and in more than 140 countries.
Local to global, Oxfam uses advocacy to tackle the systems, policies, and practices that keep people trapped in poverty. We take on inequality, climate justice, gender justice, and inequities in the food chain, and we advocate for the basic human rights and dignity of survivors of conflicts and disasters. We challenge governments, multinational companies, international organizations, and other actors to use their vast power and influence to improve the lives of poor and vulnerable people. Oxfam works with local people to lead humanitarian responses that provide immediate relief during conflicts and disasters, and to build resilience against future threats.
Water M. Mission aims to be water's voice. The organization teaches citizens and cities and corporations how to read between the lines of the economy using water, and they are starting with the nation’s youth. It is Water M. Mission’s vision that future generations will seek to rebalance global inequality by using water as the currency of hope.
A collaboration by Believe in Students, Edquity, and the Rise Education Fund to support students affected by COVID-19-related campus shutdowns. Believe in Students, established in 2016, has a long track record of successfully distributing emergency aid. Rise is a student-led nonprofit advocacy organization committed to making public higher education free for all students. In the case of the COVID19 fund, we will distribute the funds via our two partner programs: the FAST Fund, which has 18 sites around the nation, and Edquity.