Amnesty International USA
Our vision is of a world in which every person – regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender identity – enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and other internationally recognized human rights standards. The UDHR states that the "the recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights" of all people is "the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world."
Amnesty International UK Section Charitable Trust
Promotion of Human Rights (including Human Rights education, research and related activities)
Good Samaritan Inn
Our MissionWe create social and economic opportunity through nourishment, gardening, and educationOur VisionAll community members have sustainable autonomy and lead a joyful lifeOur ValuesAutonomy • Community • Compassion • Dignity • Equity • Service
Oasis Community Partners
Oasis mission is to create community-driven solutions to improve food access and community health.
Toys for Tots Foundation
Toys for Tots was established in 1947 and is a program run by the United States Marine Corps Reserve which distributes toys to children whose parents cannot afford to buy them gifts for the holidays.
St. Anthony’s mission is to feed, heal, shelter, clothe, lift the spirits of those in need, and create a society in which all persons flourish. This mission is guided by five values: healing, community, personalism, justice, and gratitude.
NAACP Legal Defense & Educ Fund Inc
The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. is America's premier legal organization fighting for racial justice.
Lee Initiative Inc
Let’s Empower Employment or The LEE Initiative was created in Louisville, KY in 2018 after we saw a need for more diversity, more training, and more equality in the restaurant industry. We wanted to redefine what it means to give back to our local community based on our research, our experiences and, most of all, our instincts. We are in the business of hospitality, helping people, and solving problems. We put the needs of our guests first. So why should it be any different when we approach the complex social issues that arise in the restaurant industry?
Robin Hood Foundation
Robin Hood Relief Fund partners with over 250 nonprofits and 100 percent of donations received will provide emergency support through food, housing, job security and more.
Greater Chicago Food Depository
More than 700 partners across Cook County ensure that nutritious food is available all year to our neighbors in need.
Cradles To Crayons, Inc.
Poverty is a year-round condition, and young children outgrow essentials like clothes, shoes, and books pretty quickly. As a result, our mission is not based on a “one and done” philosophy. We undertake four major initiatives each year to serve kids and families all year long.
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Inc.
For nearly 100 years, the ACLU has been America’s guardian of liberty, working in courts, legislatures, and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and the laws of the United States guarantee everyone in the country.
Covenant House New York
For more than four decades, Covenant House has helped transform and save the lives of more than a million homeless, runaway and trafficked young people. They offer housing and support services to young people in need – currently reaching 74,000 youth every year. This organization helps homeless and at risk youth by engaging with them through various channels such as residential programs, outreach, prevention, and education.
San Francisco Marin Food Bank
Working together to end hunger.
Children's Advocacy Center of Suffolk County Inc
We are Suffolk County’s front-line responders to abuse and exploitation of children.
We provide a prompt, sensitive, interagency response to child abuse so that every child and family can focus on healing.
CFCS’ many specialized programs, including adoption, intensive foster care, developmental disabilities services, family support & stabilization and group homes for transition age youth, serve over 1600 people in forty cities and towns throughout Greater Boston.
In February 2022, CFCS updated their business name. They are now known as Bridges Homeward, Inc.