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Ahimsa House, Inc.

Georgia | United States | North America

Ahimsa House, meaning “non-violence”, is dedicated to addressing the links between domestic violence and animal abuse.  Anywhere in Georgia and at no charge, Ahimsa House provides emergency pet safehousing, veterinary care, pet-related safety planning, legal advocacy, a 24-hour crisis line, outreach programs, and other services to help the human and animal victims of domestic violence reach safety together.

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All Faiths Food Bank

Florida | United States | North America

A member of Feeding America, All Faiths Food Bank’s mission is to feed those in need and educate the community about hunger and nutrition.

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American Indian Institute

Montana | United States | North America

Our mission is to perpetuate the ancient wisdom and cultural heritage of North America’s Native peoples, and to promote a greater understanding of that wisdom among all people.

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Canine Companions for Independence

California | United States | North America

Canine Companions is a non-profit organization that enhances the lives of people with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships.

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CCNA

Virginia | United States | North America

CCNA primary objective is to inform the parents and students of Alexandria to know that this organization and its partners care about them, that they are loved; and that we will never give up on them. We want our children to know that they can achieve their desires by having confidence in themselves and that by working hard they will learn. All they have to do is believe it and take responsibility for their education.

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CCNA RARE

Virginia | United States | North America

CCNA’s RARE after school program, “Reach and Rise for Excellence” (RARE) provides continuous academic intervention, picking up where the teacher leaves off at the end of the day. Support services will include helping with homework, using diagnostic tools to hone in on student weaknesses, strengthening those weaknesses and moving them to grade level and beyond.

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Cheyenne River Indian Outreach

South Dakota | United States | North America

To eradicate violence and oppressive practices by supporting and empowering individuals, families and communities to promote justice, social change and non-violence.

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Citizen’s Climate Lobby

California | United States

Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change. We’re creating the political will for a livable world by empowering individuals to experience breakthroughs in exercising their personal and political power. Local groups in each congressional district are being created for members to meet, encourage one another and generate ideas.

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Cohesion Dance Project

Montana | United States | North America

Cohesion Dance Project is a non-profit dance production company whose mission is to enrich, inspire, and unite the community through dance. By creating collaborative performances and opportunities for dancers and non-dancers, Cohesion promotes a healthy community that fully embraces people of varying ages, abilities, backgrounds, and experiences and supports a multitude of dance forms and artistic experiences as essential to the human spirit.

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Dogs Without Borders

California | United States | North America

DWB rescues stray and abandoned dogs from local shelters as far away as Taiwan and Mexico.

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Family Outreach, Inc.

Montana | United States | North America

The focus of our program is to teach families and friends how to teach skills to children and adults with special needs. In addition, the families and friends often request education regarding the disability and information about resources and services available. We work hard to ensure that children and adults in the Family Outreach program have the same opportunities that all Montanans have in education, in the community, in friendships, and in life.
Both our Child and Family, and Adult programs are voluntary, free of charge, and dependent on parent or individual choice. These programs are:

Primarily educational – we teach families and friends how to teach skills to children and adults with special needs. We teach families and individuals how to become advocates. We encourage the development of skills that move people towards greater independence and inclusion in their communities.

Supportive based on a family’s or individual’s chosen goals and expressed needs – we provide other support services and help families find appropriate services. We assist families and individuals in building their own resource and support systems. We help provide services that wrap around children and adults in their natural environments.

Child and Family Services:

1212 Helena Ave
Helena, MT 59601
Ph: 406-443-7370
Fax: 406-449-6062

Teri Lilletvedt – tlilletvedt@familyoutreach.org,
Helena Program Manager

Jackie Mohler – jmohler@familyoutreach.org,
Helena Program Manager

Annessa Baker – abaker@familyoutreach.org,
Administrative Assistant

Adult Services:

1236 Helena Ave
Helena, MT 59601
Ph: 406-442-1571
Fax: 406-443-3209

David Bristow – dbristow@familyoutreach.org,
Supported Living Program Manager

Zach Franklin – zfranklin@familyoutreach.org
Administrative Assistant

Michelle Boone – mboone@familyoutreach.org
Human Resource Specialist

Administrative Office:

1236 Helena Ave
Helena, MT 59601
Ph: 406-443-3083
Fax: 406-443-3209

Mike Mahoney – mmahoney@familyoutreach.org,
Executive Director

Tyler Tobol – ttobol@familyoutreach.org,
Operations Manager

Stephanie Schell – sschell@familyoutreach.org,
Information Systems Support Coordinator

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Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition

California | United States | North America

Volunteer operated and a grass roots effort, feeding the homeless of Hollywood every evening on the corner of Sycamore and Romaine for the past 25 years.  Their motto: I am my brother’s keeper.

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