National WIC Association: The nonprofit education arm and advocacy voice of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).


Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute: Brings together the global laboratory community to foster excellence in laboratory medicine.


JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute: Open since 1974, the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute is a major component of JFK Health, one of the most comprehensive health care networks in New Jersey.


Future Farmers of America: An intracurricular student organization for those interested in agriculture and leadership.


AFS Intercultural Programs: A leader in intercultural learning and offers international exchange programs in more than 40 countries around the world.


The Sonder Project: A global nonprofit organization focused on high-impact, sustainable projects aimed at ending extreme poverty and fighting hunger around the world.


Black Girls Code: A program dedicated to encouraging young women of color to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).


Keep a Child Alive: Founded as an emergency effort to get life-saving HIV medications to African children and families, who otherwise would not have had access to treatment.


Lafayette General Foundation: Acadiana’s largest non-profit, community-owned regional health system.


Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland: Providing home ownership opportunities in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties in Maryland

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St. Roch CDC: Empowering local leaders and neighbors to flourish to end poverty in New Orleans.


Haiti Clinic: A non-profit organization that is dedicated to improving healthcare and health education in the impoverished nation of Haiti.

HELP USA: Assisting those in need by providing housing, offering health and safety services, and teaching programs for building skill sets.


The Earth Organization: Overseeing hands-on projects and education, working with industry, commerce, government and civic leaders to bring rational solutions to environmental and conservation challenges to re-create a healthy thriving planet for all life.


Association of Academic Physiatrists: is a community of the leading minds in physiatry at every career level.


Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence: Targeting the reduction of gang or group-related violence in Rhode Island.


Boom!Health: A nonprofit working to address a variety of social problems plaguing the New York City region and bringing care to those in need.


PATH: Tyler, Texas human services nonprofit helping people in Smith County break out of the cycle of poverty.


Hodac, Inc. A human services organization in Houston County, Georgia, providing education, prevention and intervention services and programs that impact the health and welfare of Georgia citizens.


Food for Thought: Providing backpacks filled with easy-to-make meals so children can focus on their development and education, not where the next meal is coming from. Based in Walton County, Florida.


The Children’s Center: Comprehensive services addressing mental, physical, and behavioral health, abuse and neglect, and poverty challenges currently facing over 100,000 children in the Greater Detroit area.


Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana: A food bank serving several Southeast Louisiana parishes.


St. Bernard Parish Hospital: A new hospital in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, which was hard hit by Hurricane Katrina.


The Scleroderma Foundation: A national advocacy organization supporting patients with the rare and little-understood disease of Scleroderma.


International Hands in Service, Salud y Paz: A Guatemala-based health and education program serving a low-income, rural Mayan population.

ProjectExplorer An interactive educational program teaching children about science, history, and culture through worldwide travel.


La Isla Foundation: An advocacy organization fighting for labor rights and health of sugar cane workers suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease in Nicaragua.


REAP Rwanda: Provides education and opportunity to the boys and girls of Rwanda.


The International Education Exchange: A nonprofit dedicated to training primary school teachers throughout Rwanda.


Hope House of Central LA: A transitional shelter for previously homeless women and their children.


Biodiversity for a Livable Climate: Acting as a catalyst to restore ecosystems worldwide, pull carbon out of the atmosphere, and reverse global warming.


Surgical Eye Expeditions International: An international nonprofit dedicated to bringing sight-saving surgeries to patients in developing countries worldwide.


Best Foot Forward: A nonprofit helping Palm Beach County foster youth succeed in academics and in life.


La Casa Hogar: Connecting and educates Latino families, to transform lives and our Yakima Valley.

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