Category Archives: Non Profit
Eight women from Girls Against Poaching plan to distribute 30,000 wildlife educational booklets about Human-Wildlife co-existence awareness during a 50 day, 4 country tour by two jeeps to raise awareness and funds for the world’s wildlife this month. Girls Against Poaching is an organization dedicated to inspiring action to protect Earth’s vulnerable wildlife.
In an effort to assist prospective parents, Adoptions From The Heart is hosting a free informational webinar on Domestic Infant Adoption.
Adoptions From The Heart is hosting an information meeting on Domestic Adoption on August 23rd, 2017 at 6:30 pm at the Tuckahoe Branch Library in Henrico, VA.
Sweet Frog in Glastonbury, CT is hosting a fundraiser for Adoptions From The Heart on August 9th, 2017.
An informational webinar on the benefits of Domestic Adoption will be held on August 1st, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Registration can be done on the Adoptions From The Heart website.
Adoptions from the Heart which has a Central PA office conveniently located near Harrisburg and Lancaster is hosting a webinar about domestic adoption.
An online webinar will be hosted by Adoptions From The Heart which has an office located conveniently close to Pittsburgh, PA in Greensburg.
Prospective parents in Delaware who are interested in learning more about domestic adoption are invited to attend a free online webinar hosted by Adoptions From The Heart.
Barlean’s, a leader in the natural products industry, has been confirmed as the 2016 official Conference Sponsor for the Autism Hope Alliance. Conference sponsorship allows AHA to attend conferences and lectures to give away products from their partners and affiliates directly to families. Last year, thanks to the Barlean’s conference sponsorship, the AHA was able to give away more than $105,000 in products.
Wicks Brewing in Riverside, Ca will be hosting a Charity Fundraiser at 6pm on Thursday, January 7th 2016 to benefit the six Wetzel children, whose father was a victim of the San Bernardino shootings on December 2nd. A limited release beer will be poured by Actor Andrew Divoff, with 100% of the proceeds from its sale being donated to the Wetzel family. Signed movie memorabilia will also be available, with all proceeds being donated to the family. Additional donations to the Wetzel family can be made through the Church of the Wood’s website.
NanoTecNexus will organize Celebrity Golf Classic to benefit STEM Education. The non-profit group wants to make STEM education more accessible to underserved students
Sahayeta.org, a nonprofit organization operating in the USA with roots in Nepal, is providing immediate and long term relief after the Nepal earthquake.
The Autism Hope Alliance will be busy spreading HOPE and HELP this April for Autism Awareness Month. Their President/Chairman will be kicking off the month by heading to the East Coast for her East Coast Speaking Circuit with the first stop being in NY on April 21st to speak to a parent group, next to Washington DC on April 23rd to speak at the American University College to educate students about the cause and lastly, April 24th to Nickel Mines Health Food Store in Paradise, Pa to speak to the Amish Community on how important diet and sensory integration techniques are to help those on the Autism Spectrum.
Eight children between the ages of eight to thirteen years have arrived in Taiji, Japan as Dolphin Project Youth Cove Monitors. They will be a voice for the dolphins captured in the annual dolphin drive hunts. The children, who all hail from Gecko School in Phuket, Thailand will be monitoring the annual dolphin hunt and posting daily updates on the Dolphin Project’s Social media.
Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project is looking for individual candidates with strong writing, video and photography skills to represent the organization as a Cove Monitor during the dolphin drive season in Taiji, Japan.
A rare, second albino dolphin has been captured in the Taiji dolphin drives in Japan. The Risso’s dolphin capture — potentially worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, should be condemned by the aquarium industry.
Ric O’Barry’s Dolphin Project appeals to the Russian Government including Dmitry Anatolyevich Medvedev, Federal Agency for Fisheries, Ilya Shestakov and President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin, to please ban the wild capture & display of killer whales.
Kingdom Warriors has teamed up with Heaven’s Family to raise awareness and provide support for fellow Christians suffering from the violence of the militant Islam group ISIS.
New wine blend created with portion of proceeds to benefit foundation for those with carcinoid cancer.
Dallas Fort Worth Non Profit Hope Center has received a generous donation from The Time is Now Foundation, but not the kind of donation most would expect. This donation is one that will help the non-profit grow through its own efforts in real estate investing.
Ladies only, ‘Champagne and Purses’ party is making a difference in the lives of teens.
Design Sunday, a free family event to be held by Maradawn Studios, benefits the non-profit organization, It’s All about the Kids.
Autism Hope Alliance has announced their first Celebrity Ambassador: Jacqueline Laurita from the hit reality TV Series, The Real Housewives of New Jersey ! She not only talks the talk, but also walks the walk! She is lending her voice to advocate HOPE and HELP for the autism community.
Artist Aaron Chang to be featured in the foundations largest event.
Non Profit Lois Merrill Foundation in forefront accepting Bitcoin to bring awareness to carcinoid cancer.
Toy Drive being held on Dec. 23 at Tilted Kilt Downtown San Diego.
Vehicle donations are a smart way to dispose of older cars that are not running or no longer wanted. Car companies continue to come out with the newest version of their most popular cars every year, intriguing customers to indulge in a set of brand new wheels. Cars that are running can be traded in toward the value of a newer vehicle, but in most cases, sellers do not get the amount they are expecting.
Kiran Udeshi and his wife Arlene are getting ready for their annual holiday giving to help the needy. By working with several worthy organizations, the Udeshis satisfy their own need to give back to the community.
The non-profit funds patients, research and education of rare cancer.
10th Annual Toy drive benefits San Diego and Baja Mexico children for the holidays.