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Alltnacriche hosts school residential and activity breaks under the banner of Classroom Outdoors [32], and SU Holiday events [33] during the term holidays. The centre also hosts a wide variety of weekend groups [34] such as youth, student and church groups.

Alltnacriche holds an Adventure Activities Licencing Authority licence [35] are members of the Association of Heads of Outdoor Centres [36] and have been had a presence at outdoor learning events such as Wild in the Park in June 2014 [37] hosted by YouthLink Scotland [38] at the Scottish Parliament [39].


  • Boston Foundation For Sight, Nonprofit eye health care organization.
  • Backpack Basics, an non-profit organization founded in 2010 by students in the Oxford School District. It's a program that focuses on makeing sure that underprivalaged children in Connecticut get a backpack full of everything they need to go to school and succeed. These children are usually in urban areas where school supplies cannot be afforded. Backpack Basics sponsors these children and gives them school supplies throughout the year, so they may be able to prosper in school. See
  • Bus Stop Films- Bus Stop film’s is a Sydney (Australia) based, not-for-profit company that makes films with people in the disability community. Bus Stop films advocates inclusive filmmaking and runs weekly film classes. Bus Stop films was founded by film director Genevieve Clay Smith and (Wikipedia article- and Eleanor Winkler.

Secondary Resources

Topman Magazine- The Film Issue 1/5/2015

MX newspaper article- Bold and Beautiful Feb 2015

Film Ink Article-

Newcastle Herald Newspaper- November 10, 2014

Australian of the year awards website- 10 November 2014

Film Ink Article-

Newcastle Herald- October 2, 2014

Film Ink Article- June 12, 2014

Canterbury-Bankstown Express newspaper article- July 13, 2014

Filmnotes article- October 15, 2013

Ruby Connection article- 4 Feburary 2013

The Weekly review article- 10/9/2012

St George and Sutherland Shire Leader Newspaper- July 26, 2012

Film Ink article- June 19, 2012

Film Ink Article- December 1, 2010

Film Ink Article- March 28, 2010

Film Ink- September 1, 2010

ABC article- 6 December 2010

Sydney Morning Herald article- February 28, 2009

ABC article- 23 February 2009

ABC News


Daily Telegraph Newspaper

Youtube videos

Young Minds- August 24, 2012

The Interviewer short film-

Primary Resources DISCLAIMER: These Resources are made/edited/created by Bus Stop Films

Bus Stop Website

“The Intreviewer” short film

“The Interviewer” making off documentary

Genevieve Clay Smith personal blog

  • Bajaj Avenger Club, a non profit organization founded in 2012 to increase awareness about motorcycling and entice people to hon their passion to ride. Started in Bengaluru, India as Bajaj Avenger Club, Bengaluru. The club now hosts around 500 members all across India. See [40], [41], [42], [43],
  • Barrelrollman Organization, an organization founded in 2010, they are dedicated to rolling around the world in search of world records while rocking out to good music and raising money for the Nurses For Newborns [44], a 501(c)(3) organization that helps disadvantaged babies and families. The Barrelrollman Organization holds a Guinness World Record for "Most People to Somersault" [45] and have been featured in many publications including The Miami Herald, Boston Globe, International Business Times, Travel Weekly, Newsday and the Los Angeles Daily News among many others. See [46].
  • The Baton Exchange is a Christian nonprofit that provides career mentoring and leadership training for college students and postgrads to integrate their faith and vocation in the global marketplace. The Baton Exchange is based out of Columbus, Ohio, and is a 501(c)(3) organization. More information can be found at its website, [47].
  • Being Human Foundation - A charitable organization based in Mumbai, India, started by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan.
  • Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture Torture treatment center founded in 1995 located in Bellevue Hospital, New York City, see;;;;

  • Bernardo Kohler Center - Nonprofit organization based in Austin, Texas providing assistance to abused, abandoned, neglected juveniles, victims of crime, human trafficking victims, and asylum seekers
  • Beyond Boobs! - is a non-profit breast health organization that supports young women diagnosed with breast cancer survivor through support networks that help create positive change while dealing with the unique challenges the disease presents this population.
  • BiD Network - Business in Development Network: Preparing emerging market entrepreneurs for investors
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas - BBBS Central Texas' mission is to provide children with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Serving Austin, Travis County, Hays County and Williamson County. (Possibly a section rather than a whole article?)
  • Blumenthal Foundation - Foundation started by I.D. Blumenthal in Charlotte, North Carolina that gives grants to different organizations in the community
  • Boca Raton Synagogue - Synagogue in Palm Beach County, Florida; see
  • Bangladeshism Project - Chittagong Bangladesh - A non-profit organisation to build social awareness for environmental disaster and inspire patriotism, Bangladesh; see
  • Brad's Kids Pediactric Cancer Foundation - IL non-profit that donates toys and books to children diagnosed with cancer.
  • BOCS Foundation - A Hungarian non-profit organization working on "sustainable development" issues under the categories of peace, justice, women's rights, family planning, and environment. In the interest of full disclosure, I would like to state that this article request has been made by an individual affiliated with the BOCS Foundation.
  • Bogaziçi University Civil Engineering Club - BUYAP(native)
  • Bright Hope International - A Charity Navigator Four Star Non Profit Organization focused on serving the poorest people in the world—those living on less than one dollar a day.
  • British Plastics Federation - The leading trade association for the UK Plastic Industry, with over 450 members and 1200 affiliated members.
  • Bizdom - A non-profit startup accelerator based in Detroit, MI. Bizdom is one of the most connected startup accelerators in the world! Bizdom was founded by serial entrepreneur Dan Gilbert, Founder and Chairman of Quicken Loans and Rock Ventures. See
  • Bulldozer Health - Bulldozer Health Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Our Mission Statement: Bulldozer Health empowers individuals through a variety of holistic healing methods: acupuncture, chiropractic, massage, herbal treatment, aroma therapy, reiki, hands on healing, reflexology and more.


References: New Republic article discusses the organization at length: [49] Legal Times profile of the organization upon founding: [50] New York Times article focuses on a CAC study: [51] Wall Street Journal article on the organization: [52] Organization site: [53]

  • California Lighting Technology Center - A nonprofit research facility affiliated with the University of California, Davis that focuses on energy-efficient lighting and daylighting technologies and controls.
  • Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport - The Canadian National Anti-Doping Organization. [54]
  • Canadian Hero Fund - A grassroots registered Canadian Charity that supports military families.
  • Canadian Women's Foundation - non-profit organization focusing on preventing violence against women, moving low income women out of poverty and teaching girls self confidence and critical thinking skills
  • Cancer Prevention Coalition - [55]
  • Caring Minds C.I.C. - A Community Interest Company who supports Young People with family mental illness. []
  • Restless Beings - A charity organisation that aims to help marginalised communities.
  • The Center for Gifted Studies Located on the Western Kentucky University campus in Bowling Green, Kentucky, The Center for Gifted Studies has been serving children who are gifted and talented, their educators, and their parents for more than 30 years. The Center provides educational opportunities for gifted young people, professional development for teachers, and support for parents of gifted young people. Under the direction of Dr. Julia Roberts, The Center has become a national advocate for gifted education in the United States. Gifted encyclopedia: [56] USA Today: [57] Lane Report: [58] Bowling Green Daily News: [59] Organization website: [60] *Request for a page to be made.
  • The Center for Health Affairs A non-profit hospital association in Northeast Ohio dating back to 1916. [61]
  • Center for Creative Leadership
  • The Center for Leadership Initiatives - A U.S.-based private operating foundation that supports current and emerging leaders in the Jewish non-profit sector.
  • Central Africa's Rights & AIDS (CARA) Society - An international non-profit organization promoting justice, health, education and other human rights in Africa and the United Kingdom.
  • Cepmed - Cepmed, the Canadian Centre of Excellence in Personalized Medicine. I am the Director of Business Development at Cepmed. Cepmed is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the science and practice of personalized medicine through research, commercialization and education. Founded through the efforts of the Montreal Heart Institute, Cepmed is a Centre of Excellence for Commercialization and Research (CECR) and supported by the Canadian Government, Genome Quebec as well as private partners including Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Novartis and Merck.
  • CERN & Society Foundation - The CERN & Society Foundation is an independent non-profit organisation under Swiss private law, pursuing public benefit. The purpose of the Foundation is to support and promote the dissemination, to the widest possible public, of the benefits of the mission of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, through education and outreach, innovation and knowledge exchange, and culture and arts; and to support and promote any related activities. Within this scope, the Foundation operates nationally and internationally[2][3].
  • Champions for America's Future - Champions for America’s Future is a national, bipartisan, membership organization of athletes, coaches and sports administrators who have come together to make sure every child has the best chance to compete in life. The organization educates the public and policymakers at the local, state and national levels about the need to invest in proven, cost-effective programs that help children overcome the obstacles that prevent them from competing successfully in the 21st century.
  • Changing Tunes - Changing Tunes is a charity that runs music sessions in 13 prisons throughout the South West of England with the goal of 'reducing reoffending through music'. They also work with prisoners after their release.

[4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]

  • The Charityboyz - The Charityboyz are a fundraising group based in Derbyshire, England. They take part in many different projects and activities to help raise money for charities and good causes, these are usually local but they often help the larger charities too. The group was created in June 2005 after a calendar which took place at the company where many of them work. This soon took hold and raised £250 each for the Nspcc and Childline, since then they have taken part in 2 more calendars, given out hampers at christmas for the elderly and even started a fundraising football team. Justin Randall and Jonathan Sinclair who started the group have won 2 awards, Community workers of the year and proud to be local award.
  • Chelsea Film Festival - NPO in New York City, Chelsea Film Festival is an international film festival dedicated to supporting emerging filmmakers. Give a voice to emerging & independent filmmakers, who make the world a better place through their work of art. First edition from 10/24/2013 to 10/27/2013. [11] [12] [13] [14] [15]
  • Chestnut Tree House - Chestnut Tree House is the only children's hospice in Sussex and cares for children and young adults from 0-19 years of age with progressive life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses from all over the county. ,
  • Chinko Project - An NGO for sustainable Nature Management in the Chinko/Mbari Drainage Basin in Central African Republic (CAR)
  • Chinko Project Area - refers to a roughly 18,000 sq km of uninhabited savannah/rainforest mosaic in the Chinko/Mbari Drainage Basin in Central African Republic leased and managed by Chinko Project; see on Google Maps at
  • Children Of Bali - A Charity Supporting Balinese Kids School Education.
  • CHIMO Crisis Services - mentions: [62]
  • Choose New Jersey - an independently funded 501(c)(3) nonprofit economic development organization for the state of New Jersey.
  • CIDSE - An international alliance of Catholic development organisations
  • The Cinnamon Trust A UK charity for the elderly and their pets. Refs:[63] [64] (How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?
  • The Clean Energy Trust A Chicago-based non-profit that supports the growth of clean energy innovation in the Midwest through direct investment in early through middle stage companies, commercialization assistance, and a large mentor & partner network. Also Promotes clean energy in general through collaboration projects such as the Clean Jobs Illinois Report. The board is co-directed by Nicholas Pritzker and Michael Polsky. Refs [65][66][67] [][68] [69] [70] [71]
  • ClearPoint Credit Counseling Solutions ClearPoint is a national nonprofit and NFCC-accredited credit counseling agency with branch locations in sixteen states. ClearPoint is education-focused, receives funding from a variety of financial institutions and nonprofits, and has received extensive and noteworthy media coverage. The company recently merged with CCCS of Greater Atlanta. Refs [72][73][74] [75] [76] [77] [78] [79] [80] [81] [82] [83] [84] [85] [86] [87] [88]
  • Coalition for Science After School - An organization dedicated to the promotion of STEM education in informal learning environments.
  • Concordia Greenhouse - The Concordia Greenhouse is a public greenhouse on the rooftop of the downtown Concordia University campus [89]
  • Coimbatore Startups - An open community for technology startups based out of Coimbatore, India. [90]
  • Connected in Motion - A Canadian-based charity providing peer-support and experiential education to adults living with Type 1 diabetes through outdoor adventure and physical activity pursuits.
  • Community Development Foundation - London based charity and social enterprise that promotes community development and engagement, both in practice and in principle. [91] [92] [93][94]
  • Corporate Research Foundation - - awards the TOP-Employers of the year title
  • Council of Development Finance Agencies - organization representing the interests of the development finance industry with 260 members coming from the pubic, private and non-profit sectors.
  • Createquity "A unique virtual think tank exploring the intersection of the arts with a wide range of topics including politics, economics, philanthropy, leadership, research, and urban planning, Createquity is a hub for next-generation ideas on the role of the arts in a creative society."
  • Crime Stoppers PEI - is a Prince Edward Island based non-profit organization, encompassing the community, the media and law enforcement agencies, established to assist in crime prevention and promotion of safer communities.
  • CoderDojo - is an non profit organization created to provide an opportunity for young people to learn computing programming locally, in volunteer run "Dojos" in their area. currently with 740 dojos worldwide.
  • CollegeSpring - Each year, CollegeSpring helps thousands of students from low-income backgrounds in CA and NY prepare for the SAT and measurably increase college access. CollegeSpring twice participated in the White House College Opportunity Day of Action and has been recognized in Forbes Magazine's 30 Under 30 - Education list and at the Goldman Sach's Builders + Innovators Conference. [95]
  • Coming Together - Nonprofit publishing label
  • Cordell Marine Sanctuary Foundation - is a California based non-profit organization established to support scientific research, marine education, and community connections to the Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary. organization page:, recent research supported:, link from the marine sanctuary it supports:, Sanctuary Advisory Council minutes noting attendance by Cordell Marine Sanctuary president:
  • Cures Without Cages - An animal testing charity that donates money directly to research projects that do not test on animals, thus removing monetary support for animal testing.
  • Curry Stone Design Prize - An annual award given to promote and support humanitarian designers.
  • Cyprus Space Exploration Organisation - an NGO, established by key international people in industry and academia, and based in Cyprus. It promotes scientific research and development in the field of space exploration, and enhances and actively develops the local space industry, leading to the advancement of high tech industry and collaboration with other space-faring nations in scientific, space and planetary missions [96][97][98][99]


  • DC Labour Rights - A Hong Kong based student run group that aims to improve working conditions
  • Detroit Greenways Coalition - a 501c3 non-profit making the city of Detroit a more walkable and bike friendly city.
  • Development Alternatives - A 30 years old organisation in India working on providing sustainable solutions. More at
  • Digital Opportunity Trust - Digital Opportunity Trust (DOT) is an international social enterprise that works to improve the lives of young people around the world by equipping them with digital, workforce, entrepreneurship, and self-confidence skills. Founded in 2002 in Ottawa, Canada, DOT has local offices in East Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. The organization follows a unique, grassroots peer-led model. Each country of operation has a staff team of local leaders who know the climate and needs of that region. Young university graduates (Interns) from the area are then hired to facilitate skills training programs to their peers. To date, more than 4,500 Interns have been hired worldwide, and they, in turn, have impacted more than 800,000 of their fellow community members. DOT and its President and Founder, Janet Longmore, have been recognized by many esteemed groups, including the World Economic Forum, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, and the Ashoka Foundation. Janet Longmore is considered an international role model for women in tech, and is well-respected for her work bringing the youth voice to important debates and discussions around the world. She is a columnist for both The Huffington Post, and The Guardian. [100]

DOT reference articles:

  1. Ottawa NGO thinks local, goes global - Macleans Magazine
  2. Entrepreneurs against poverty: a Canadian wins a prize - Macleans Magazine
  3. Ottawa tech agency helps nations develop digitally - CTV's TechNow
  4. WXN's 2010 Award Winners, profile on Janet Longmore - Financial Post
  5. How "Real" is Africa's Growth - The Agenda with Steve Paikin
  6. 3 Tech solutions that are solving youth unemployment in Africa - All Africa
  7. Solutions to Youth Unemployment - The Centre for Digital Entrepreneurship and Economic Performance
  8. Janet Longmore on the Ashoka Canada Fellowship website
  9. Digital Opportunity Trust empowers Interns to help others - Cisco case study
  1. [101] - Wikipedia article on DRI International's most prominent certification.



  • Fairbanks Light Opera Theater - (FLOT) is Interior Alaska's premiere community theater production company, as well as a 501c(3) nonprofit arts organization established in 1970. []
  • Family Promise - a national nonprofit that mobilizes communities to help homeless and low-income families achieve financial independence. [120]
  • Feed My Starving Children - Feed My Starving Children is a Christian 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, focused on feeding children in impoverished countries [121]
  • Find My Recycler - [122] A free to use United Kingdom based worldwide website recycler & refurbisher search service initiated and sponsored by Allsorts of Deeside, UK. Find My Recycler enables individuals and businesses to search for a recycler of the items they need to dispose of, in a manner befitting the needs of a person or entity that is concerned with green issues and the environment.
  • Fire Museum of Maryland - 3rd largest Fire Museum in the world, located in Lutherville, Maryland [123]
  • Fiscal Sponsorship
  • Fisher Center for Alzheimer’s Research Foundation - a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 1995 to fund Alzheimer’s research, awareness and education. [124] [125] [126] [127] [128] [129]/spotlight.jhtml;jsessionid=ENIIHJJESJERTLAQBQ4CGXD5AAAACI2F?id=273900022]
  • FLMK A non-profit job vacancy services that you can found at FLMK and Lowongan Kerja
  • Florida Marine Research -
  • Florida Keys Forever - a national non-profit organization that focuses on protecting, preserving and promoting the Florida Keys and Key West. Organization's website is available at
  • Fondazione Bruno Keseler - A research organization that is dedicated to keep the province of Trento (Italy) in the mainstream of European and international research. [16]
  • Food Export Association of the Midwest USA - A private, non-profit association that offers services to help U.S. companies promote their Midwestern food and agricultural products in foreign markets. [130][131][132][133] A draft was written at User:JasmineDScott.
  • Food Export USA-Northeast - A private, non-profit association that offers services to help U.S. companies promote their Northeastern food and agricultural products in foreign markets. [134][135][136][137] A draft was written at User:JasmineDScott.
  • FoodPool - Gardeners helping people in need - A not-for-profit organization (currently unincorporated) promoting the formation of neighborhood groups to collect backyard garden produce for donation to local food banks, food pantries, and other centers that distribute food to people in need. [138] mentions: [139][140]
  • Forever Manchester - A non-profit organization that is dedicated to raising, managing and distributing money to support local people and groups trying to make a positive change in neighbourhoods throughout Greater Manchester. Organization's website is available at
  • The Francis E Low Foundation A non-profit dedicated to funding research into renewable energy
  • The Free Network Foundation Vuilders and advocates of distributed and decentralized communication systems
  • FreePoverty – a website/organization that donates water to those in need
  • Friends Health Connection - A non-profit website focused on 'support and education' for members with illnesses. This includes lectures, conferences, workshops, and a social networking site. Named the 268th Daily Point of Light by former President Bush.
  • The Friends of Israel - A non-profit organization dedicated to the witness of the Messiah to the nation to which he first came and to the fostering of solidarity with the Jewish people.[17]
  • Friends of the River - A non-profit river conservation organization founded in 1973 by conservation advocates in California.
  • Full Gospel Evangelistic Association - Ministry for training, licensing and ordaining Chrisitian Ministers.
  • Furniture Bank is a charitable organization and social enterprise that has been helping people in the Greater Toronto Area establish their homes since 1998. Furniture Bank accepts gently used furniture and household goods and donates them to people in marginalized communities.



  • Hopecam -Connects children who are unable to attend school while undergoing treatment for a life-threatening illness with their friends at school using technology. References:[[148]] [[149]] [[150]]
  • Hamilton/Burlington SPCA [[151]]
  • Heartfelt Foundation - found by Shaun and Vanessa Bonett in 2005 to assist charities and people under stress. The Heartfelt Foundation has supported Pathways, Youth Insearch, Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation, Oncology Children’s Foundation, Ardoch Youth Foundation, Gawler Foundation, Bear Cottage and School Aid. Reference:[[152]]
  • Hello Sunday Morning - A non-profit organization that provides a platform for individuals to create meaningful change in their lives by taking a short break from alcohol. 20,000 users have now taken a 3-month break from alcohol. References [[153]] [[154]] [[155]]
  • Help Desk Institute - A professional organization and certification body for the Service and Support industry founded in 1989.
  • Helping Services for Northeast Iowa -Working to support families, end domestic violence and child abuse, prevent substance abuse and connect youth with caring adults. References: [[156]]
  • HELPS International - An organization that funds programs to eradicate poverty in Latin America. References: [[157]] [[158]] [[159]] [[160]] [[161]] [[162]]
  • Hepatitis B Foundation - The only non-profit organization that funds hepatitis b research and advocacy internationally. Dr. Barusch Blumberg was an original supporter. References: [163]
  • Haileybury Youth Trust - A charity based in Jinja, Uganda, helping to alleviate poverty and improve education and sanity through sustainable and considered building, education and training. References: HYT Haileybury Youth Trust Charities Comission
  • Highlights for Highschool - In 2007, MIT OpenCourseWare introduced a site called Highlights for High School that indexes resources on the OCW applicable to advances high school study in biology, chemistry, calculus and physics in an effort to support US STEM education at the secondary school level. References [[164]] [[165]]
  • History Of The Hollywood Jaycees (Junior Chamber of Commerce) in Hollywood, CA.
  • Hong Kong Caring Magic Circus - A charitable entity set up in 2011 by a group of volunteers under the founder of Wan Sze Chung. The entity was established under the laws of Hong Kong in China, with a view of training up volunteer leaders through Caring Magic and Caring Education.
  • Horological Society of New York - America's oldest horological society, founded 1866. Pursuing the art & science of watchmaking. A 501(c)(6) organization. [166] [167] [168]
  • Hyogo International Association -Promotes international exchange activities of residents and principals society Multicultural, contributes to the creation of a society rich international character living with people around the world, public interest Hyogo International Association, the county It is a public benefit corporation, which was established as a wholly-Shutsuen.
  • Household Cavalry Foundation -The Household Cavalry Foundation (HCF) was set up in January 2013 to raise much needed funds to care for the Casualties, Soldiers, Veterans, Families, Heritage and Horses of the Household Cavalry. [[169]]



Intensity Trekker- A 501(e)3 Non Profit based out of Seattle Washington that dedicates its time to the preservation, documentation and education of wilderness lands and trails globally. Seattle Backpackers Magazine


  • New Request: Julio Menjivar Chacón. He is a philantrophist and President of El Salvador non-profit organization ANDAR. He has provided many colonies, towns and cities in El Salvador with sanitary water. He is also one of the greatest reformers for change and health in that country.
  • Jana's Campaign, Inc. - In honor of the late Jana Mackey and other victims of domestic violence, a committed group of activists created Jana’s Campaign, Inc. with the single mission of reducing gender and relationship violence. “We believe it is our responsibility to use the story of Jana’s life and the story of her death to help reduce violence against women.” Through our program activities, Jana’s Campaign aims to play a significant role in breaking the cycle of domestic and dating violence and be a catalyst for social change. More information can be found at,,, and The organization is registered with the GuideStar Exchange. Additional affiliations include GoodSearch.
  • JASCAP - Jeet Association for support to cancer patients
  • John L. Grove College of Business
  • John Sykes Foundation - A registered charity (registered charity number 1156623) The Making of grants to any individual residing within the Reading Borough for any purpose within the scope of the following: 1. The advancement of education; 2. The advancement of health or saving of lives; 3. The advancement of arts, culture, heritage or science; 4. The advancement of amateur sport; 5. The relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage; or 6. Any other purpose currently recognised as charitable and any new charitable purposes which are similar to another charitable purpose.
  • JSOU Foundation
  • Juvenile Diabetes Cure Alliance-a non profit dedicated to directing donor contributions to cure research. External Reference: [[202]][[203]][[204]]
  • [(Junior Cadet Club)] - a new non-profit organization (charitable status pending) establishing itself to educate and develop Toronto youth in the areas of academic achievement, community engagement, responsible citizenship and healthy lifestyle choices. Through team building and mentorship-based programs, children and youth between the ages of 5 and 15 living in East York, Toronto, participate in a wide range of afterschool and evening activities that including tutoring, sports, community events and nutritional food preparation.

Through the guidance of experienced volunteer leaders providing hands-on learning opportunities, Junior Cadets develop their knowledge of science, history, art, environmental and social studies, physical fitness, nutrition, and civic responsibility. The program is inclusive for all area youth to enjoy, and participation is free of charge.

JCC currently operates out of St. Patrick Catholic Secondary School, in the Greenwood-Coxwell central neighbourhood of East York (49 Felstead Aveue, Toronto). Though expansion is planned to other schools in the East York area, this site was chosen as it addresses an urgent need for child and youth programs in a neighbourhood where over 28% of private households have an incidence of low income (as defined by Statistics Canada).

Through the Junior Cadet Club program, children and youth are encouraged to pursue their goals and passions with confidence, lead healthy and responsible lives and build a career path for the future.

External Reference: [[205]]

  • JMBACC - Japan MBA Case Competition - The JMBACC is the first MBA business case competition in Tokyo, organized under the leadership of students from the McGill MBA Japan Program, Hitotsubashi University, Aoyama University and other prominent business schools in Japan. The purpose of the event is to highlight the capabilities of MBA students in Japan, and to bring students together for a friendly competition. All of the presentations are delivered in English. The first annual JMBACC event took place in 17th Nov 2013. The McGill MBA Japan Team, of the Desautels Faculty of Management of McGill University won the first championship. The second JMBCC event is planned to take place in 30th Nov 2014, in Aoyama University.

more information about us and last year's event [[206]] [[207]] External Reference: [[208]] [[209]] [[210]] [[211]]



  • LeadingAge - An association of 5,600 non-profit organizations dedicated to making America a better place to grow old. We advance policies, promote practices and conduct research that supports, enables and empowers people to live fully as they age.[214] [215]
  • L.E.A.D Uganda - a non-profit organization that transforms forgotten children into leaders. [216]]
  • Least of These, Inc., Christian County, MO. Food Pantry
  • Legacy Of Hope Ref: [[217]] - a non profit organization created to provide medical care and facilities for underserved children and communities around the world. [218]]
  • Legacy X Ref: [[219]]
  • Legion Scotland - The trading name of the Royal British Legion Scotland. Legion Scotland is a Scottish membership charity providing help to ex-service men and women across Scotland through disablement pensions advice, wellbeing programmes and support, fundraising for remembrance and providing a vital support to other veteran charities who also fund-raise for veteran causes. The Legion Scotland members and branches provide comradeship, develop strong communities and support remembrance with veterans and their families across Scotland. Legion Scotlands new trading name was formed in May 2014. Ref:
  • Lendrick Muir Ref: [[220]] - Lendrick Muir is an Outdoor Activity [221] Centre run by Scripture Union Scotland (part of the worldwide Scripture Union movement [222]) since the earlier school [223] on the site shut down in 1998. Lendrick Muir is located between Crook of Devon [224] and Rumbling Bridge [225] in Perth and Kinross [226].

Lendrick Muir hosts school residential and activity breaks under the banner of Classroom Outdoors [227] offering activities including archery, beach volleyball, bungee run, bungee trampolines, crate climbing, high ropes, kayaking, low ropes, raft building, rock climbing, trail biking and tree climb [228].

Lendrick Muir hosts SU Holiday events [229] during the Easter and summer school holidays. The story of SU Holidays can be read in the book, A Place to Pitch Your Tents, published in 1987 [230]. The centre also hosts a wide variety of weekend groups ranging from 25-150 individuals [231] such as youth, student and church groups.

Lendrick Muir holds an Adventure Activities Licencing Authority licence [232] are members of the Association of Heads of Outdoor Centres [233] and have been had a presence at outdoor learning events such as Wild in the Park in June 2014 [234] hosted by YouthLink Scotland [235] at the Scottish Parliament [236].]

  • LGBT Equality Council - a non-profit which started in 2010 and aims to provide local and regional representation to the LGBT community.
  • Library of American Landscape History (LALH) - Founded in 1992, LALH is the only nonprofit organization in the world devoted to publishing in the field of American landscape history. Ref: [[237]] [[238]]
  • Life Decisions International - a non-profit pro-family organization that started in 1992 to challenge the agenda of Planned Parenthood. (Life Decisions International is mentioned on several other pages on Wikipedia but there isn't an article on the group itself.) Thank you!
  • Lighthouse Trust - a public/private HIV treatment clinic located in Lilongwe, Malawi. Ref: [[239]] [[240]] [[241]] [[242]] [[243]] [[244]] [[245]] [[246]] [[247]] [[248]]
  • Light Work - a non-profit photography organization supporting artists since 1973, Syracuse, New York Ref: [[249]] [[250]]
  • LinguisTech- a bilingual reference website for students and language professionals. It has a virtual desktop, tutorials, and an online community. I am an employee of LinguisTech looking for an outside editor to create a Ref: [[251]] [[252]] [[253]]
  • List of Transparent Organizations - Really think this should exist
  • Living Advantage, Inc. - A non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, CA that works with at-risk foster youth to provide them the help and services they need to be successful including academic tutoring, career mentoring, and vital life document storage. Ref: [[254]]
  • Living Lands and Waters - An environmental organization established and led by Chad Pregracke that has collected more than 7 million pounds of trash from U.S. waterways. Chad was named on November 20th, 2013 as the CNN Hero of the Year [255] [256]
  • Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law, a civil rights organization founded by Kenneth L. Marcus to fight anti-Semitism on American college campuses.
  • Love For The Elderly - Founded by 14-year-old Jacob Cramer, Love For The Elderly collects anonymous letters of kindness from strangers all across the globe and distributes them to elderly citizens throughout America.[20]
  • Liverpool Cotton Exchange/International Cotton Association - amazing omission! ancient organisation which still oversees the bulk of the world's cotton trade. link
  • Lumana - a non-profit organization promoting economic development in rural Ghana by providing small loans, savings accounts, and business education training to entrepreneurs in that area. While I am not involved with the organization, I have a cousin who is, so another editor will need to write the article so as to avoid conflict of interest. Resources include Lumana's official website, [[257]], and such sites as [[258]], [[259]], and [[260]].



  • Moneythink A Chicago-based non-profit that recruits, trains, and places college students in urban high schools to teach financial literacy and entrepreneurship skills. [272], [273], [274], [275], [276]
  • MultiCaf, A Community Cafeteria and Food Bank coordinated by private millionaire capitalist, Iranian immigrant to Canada, Fred Mehrabi. This organization is important as part of a network of government and donation-financed non-governmental organisms in the area of Cote-des-Neiges in Montreal whose aim is to socially restructure the formerly French and English Founding ethnic communities into Communitarian polyethnic communities practising multiculturalism to replace the Confederation of Canada. MultiCaf, with its community kitchen, food bank, computer center, free wireless Internet subsidized by the federal government of Canada, and its vast array of activities is a key to integrating immigrants. In the past 30 years, over 200 foreign races and cultures have been literally poured into the neighborhood, apparently under U.N. "diversity" auspices, to create socialist Communitarianism by mass immigration. MultiCaf and the organizations of which it is a part, including the Cote-des-Neiges Community Development Corporation at the hub of the rapid ongoing transformation, is essential to the process of transforming the neighborhood to replace Canada's founding peoples and the lawful Confederation of 1867. Mehrabi and fellow staff are apparently on substantial salaries from an anonymous board of directors.
  • Music for All - Music for All is one of the largest and most influential national music education organizations in support of active music making. Music for All is unique in that it combines programming at a national level with arts education advocacy. Bands of America (BOA) and Orchestra America are programs of Music for All, first founded in 1975, with a heritage in providing spectacular educational experiences and performance events for instrumental music programs and students. [277], [278]
  • Mutuelle Jeunesse Active, A community organized humanitarian organization in Uvira, Congo-Kinshasa.
  • My Broken Palace - A non-profit organization that exists to meet others in their time of brokenness. [279] mentions: [280]
  • Military Warriors Support Foundation - A San Antonio, Texas based non-profit organization dedicated to assisting combat-wounded veterans transition to civilian life. They currently have four programs to assist veterans with; CEOs4Heroes to help veterans and spouses of military to find jobs, Homes4WoundedHeroes which awards mortgage-free homes to combat-wounded veterans or surviving unmarried spouses, Education4Heroes which provides college tuition assistance to veterans, and Skills4Life which provides outdoor recreation for severely disabled veterans. References: [281], [282], [283] Main webpage [284]
  • Middle East Monitor - London-based online news publication, who provide a focused and comprehensive coverage of Palestine, and it's regional neighbours. Majority of their reports are on issues/news that mainstream media in the US and UK/Europe ignore. Over the past year or so, they have had many citations, and the site's popularity has increased significantly - averaging about 500k visitors per month (up for 20k) ["middle east monitor"] [285][286]
  • Mount Saint Vincent - Mount Saint Vincent is a Denver, Colorado-based treatment center for children aged 5 to 12 who face severe behavioral and emotional challenges due to trauma, mental illness, abuse, or neglect. ["Mount Saint Vincent" -site:]


  • NAITA - The North Alabama International Trade Association [287]
  • National Coalition of Independent Scholars - The National Coalition of Independent Scholars, a professional association meant to enable scholars unaffiliated with a university (or with different interests) to help themselves, get access to tools, databases, etc.
  • National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators - The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) is a non-profit Accredited Crane Operator Certification organization that provides professional certification for operators and associated professionals in the crane and lifting industry. [288]
  • National Housing Institute
  • National English Spelling Competition (NESC) of Georgia - The NESC of the Republic of Georgia was initiated by a group of Peace Corps Volunteers (PCVs) serving in Georgia from 2011-2013. The PCVs envisioned a national spelling competition that would motivate students and teachers by making the English language learning experience fun and rewarding for participants. The NESC-GE was officially registered as a non-profit organization in Georgia on July 5, 2013. The program is administered by the NGO, “NESC Georgia,” and an advisory NESC Committee, which is comprised of volunteers throughout Georgia who strive to improve the English language learning experience for all. NESC Georgia collaborates with all parties interested in supporting the NESC including non-governmental organizations, government bodies, schools and the private sector.

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  • Pacific Coast Council of Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders - - The Pacific Coast Council of Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Assns. Inc (PCC) was established to further the interests of Pacific Coast freight forwarders and customs brokers, their customers, U.S. exporters and importers, and the entire international trade comuinity. It is the primary goal of the PCC to foster the unimpeded flow of international trade along the U.S. Pacific Coast, and to assure the productive participation of Forwarders and brokers.
  • PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc. - - PEF was established as The Palestine Endowment Fund in 1922 by Justice Brandeis, Rabbi Stephen Wise, Robert Szold and a group of distinguished American Zionists to enable the direct distribution of funds to selected and approved charitable organizations in Palestine. After the formation of the State of Israel it's name was changed to PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc.
  • Plus Men - - The first UK based site to offer a combination of dating and community services exclusively for gay men living with HIV. The site works with NHS Sexual Health Clinics and HIV Clinics to offer free membership which is otherwise only available on a cost basis. The idea of this is to help protect the privacy of those on the site.
  • Peaceful Tribe- The Peaceful Tribe is a Non-Profit Organization that encourages peace. It is a group that ensures peace without the use of violence. See []
  • Pacific Basin Information Node - This was a part of the now-defunct (2012) National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII) (see It's important to document the history of this entity and for people to have a stable online URL to which people can refer when citing this organization for historical purposes. Note: also needs alias "PBIN".
  • Peanut Foundation - research group of American Peanut Council - mentions: [292]
  • Pension Research Council - Research Center at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania focused on pensions & retirement
  • People Against Cancer - a grassroots group of cancer patients disillusioned with conventional cancer therapy
  • Perfected Love Church, INC. - An independent church located in Swainsboro, GA. Also known as a local mission work for spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. Has a local impact by serving food with a pantry and going door to door inviting the community to come to church. Offical Website -
  • - A national nonprofit that helps pet owners raise money online for veterinary expenses and other pet health costs when money is tight. Official website -
  • Passion Play In The Smokies A Passion Play In Gatlinburg, TN.
  • Pink Boots Society - Empowering women beer professionals to advance their careers in the beer industry through education.
  • Polyglot Indonesia - Indonesian Polyglots' non-profit organization which promotes cross cultural understanding and cross cultural communication proficiency.



  • Reach - Association for Children with Upper Limb Deficiency - A UK Charity supporting children with upper limb deficiency. Also known as Reach Charity Ltd -
  • Reaching Hand-A Indian Charitable Trust that helps in upliftment of the weeker section of the society by educating and empowering them to live in dignity - [ ] [295] [ ]
  • Realtor Political Action Committee - among the largest and most influential lobbying groups in the US
  • The Ricardo Group - A centre-right think tank based in London covering all aspects of political economy, both international and and domestic. Established in 2012 in the name of David Ricardo, The Ricardo Group comprises specialists in relevant academic fields working together to promote the best public policy. [296] [297]
  • Rock Health - a nonprofit foundation focused on the intersection of healthcare and technology and a seed accelerator that provides funding to early stage health technology companies [298] [299]
  • Rockers Movement - a non-profit (501)c(3) organization, a collective designed to enable change and create solutions. They empower the community through the universal language of music, as well as the arts and cultural media. [300] [301]
  • Rose Charities,, a multi-sectorial, international charity network focusing on community development, poverty reduction, education and health, founded Vancouver, Canada 1998. Projects in Asia,Africa,Americas including emergency relief.
  • Romanian Children's Relief, Fundatia Inocenti, a 501c3 charity dedicated to preventing child abandonment in Romania.
  • Rajshri Foundation,, Rajshri Foundation is the non-profit arm of the 66 year-old Rajshri group, India’s leading film, TV, music and digital entertainment studio.
  • Royal British Legion Scotland - The Royal British Legion Scotland or RBLS as it is sometimes referred now has a new trading name of Legion Scotland. The charity is a separate one from the RBL (Royal British Legion) which also exists. The Royal British Legion Scotland was set up on 18th June 1921 in Edinburgh's Usher Hall when more than 100 existing veteran support organisations joined together and formed the British Legion - Scotland was added later on when the RBL formed in England. The charity still exists today under its new trading name to stand for and provide support to veterans. Ref:
  • Rho Eta Xi, [302], A midwestern co-ed professional fraternity focused on cinema and the art of entertainment .
  • Reach Out WorldWide, [[303]],ROWW is a network of professionals with first responder skill-sets who augment local expertise when natural disasters strike in order to accelerate relief efforts. (also founded by Paul Walker)



  • Team Challenge - Team Challenge is the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America’s (CCFA) endurance training and fundraising program, which has grown to become the second largest such organization in the US, raising more than $50 million since its inception in 2007[29]. Through Team Challenge, participants run or walk a half marathon (13.1 miles), train for a cycling event, or experience a sprint triathlon while simultaneously helping to find a cure for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis—two chronic and often debilitating digestive diseases that impact over 1.4 million Americans[30]. [342]
  • The Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation - The Guthy-Jackson Charitable Foundation is dedicated to funding basic science research to find answers that will lead to the prevention, clinical treatment programs and a potential cure for Neuromyelitis Optica (NMO) Spectrum Disease. [343]
  • The International Legal Foundation (ILF) - "Created in 2001, the ILF is an international nongovernmental organization that assists post-conflict and transitional countries in establishing public defender systems that provide effective, quality criminal defense services for the poor. It is guided by two fundamental principles: that laws must be drafted with an appreciation of the cultural realities of the country in which they will function; and that defense lawyers—as guardians of due process—are indispensable to any fair system of justice and must be provided to anyone accused of a crime. In 2003, the ILF opened Afghanistan’s first independent public defender office in Kabul, and has since established public defender offices in Nepal and the West Bank." [344] [345] Mentions: [346] [347] [348]
  • The Nature Trust of British Columbia -The Nature Trust of British Columbia is a leading land conservation organization based in British Columbia, Canada. They acquire ecologically significant land through purchase, donation, covenant and lease. Then they care for this land in order to protect the natural diversity of wildlife and plants, and their critical habitats. [349]
  • The Nordic International Support Foundation (NIS) - The Nordic International Support Foundation (NIS) is a Norwegian-registered non-profit non-governmental organisation engaged in stabilisation and reconciliation initiatives in conflict and post-conflict areas. Headquartered in Oslo, Norway, NIS has finalised a project in Sri Lanka and currently implements projects in Somalia, Myanmar, and the Sahel. [350] Mentions: [351] [352] [353] [354] [355] [356] [357] [358] [359] [360] [361] [362] [363] [364]
  • The Reinvestment Fund - A community investment group that specializes in financing low-wealth neighborhood revitalization in the Mid-Atlantic region [365]
  • Thirst Relief International - A non-profit organization founded in 2005 dedicated to providing water to 9 countries throughout the world, so far impacting over 200,000 lives. [366] mentions: [367]
  • Three Rings (UK-based website) A non-profit online company providing rota management and other related online resources to charity helplines in the United Kingdom, mainly for Samaritans branches and Nightline organisations. Three Rings is run by volunteers who previously volunteered for Nightlines and/or Samaritans, or still do. [368]
  • Tinogona "It is achievable", organization founded by Tererai Trent, also a consulting organization.
  • Triblox nonprofit Game Studios - Created in 2007 by Voho. Currently working on Halo: Out With a Whimper, [369] mentions: [370]
  • Tobacco Free CA - near as I can tell, this is some sort of organization dedicated to banning smoking in the state of California. There doesn't seem to be any information about them on the web, but their sponsored TV adds are ubiquitous in California.
  • Tony Blair Africa Governance Initiative - a UK charity which works with African leaders and their governments on public service delivery,currently in Sierra Leone, Rwanda and Liberia [371] mentions: [372][373][374][375]
  • Tomorrow's Company - London-based think tank exploring issues of leadership & talent; sustainability & models of business success and governance & stewardship. Website. Mentions:[376][377][378]
  • Top Employers Institute - The Top Employers Institute globally certifies excellence in the conditions that employers create for their people. Optimal employee conditions ensure that people develop themselves personally and professionally. This in turn enables companies to grow and to develop, always. Website.
  • TurboVote - a tech start-up that allows people to fill out voter registration forms online and get subscribed to text and email reminders about upcoming elections. TurboVote has already helped more than 200,000 people register to vote and has been written about by the New York Times, the Journal of Higher Education, and other publications. Mentions: [379][380][381][382][383][384][385][386]
  • Total Child Development, part of TCD Kids Foundation, a non-profit that provides tutoring, mentoring, service learning, and community awareness events for kids. [387],[388]


  • UNAA - Founded in 1988, the Uganda North American Association (UNAA) is the oldest and largest formal association of Ugandans in the Diaspora; holding an Annual Convention and Trade Expo each labor day weekend in different North American cities. The 27th Annual UNAA Convention and Trade Expo will be held in New Orleans, LA. UNAA serves as the umbrella association that houses all Ugandans regardless their background, creed, tribe and/or social status tracing its origins to the Thanksgiving weekend of 1988 in the suburbs of Atlanta, GA.[6] The objectives of the organization are to "Promote the Social, Cultural and Economic Development of the Ugandan Community in North America and beyond." The Ugandan Community in North America numbers over 120,000 individuals. Official site: [389]. Mentions: [390], [391], [392], [393], [394], [395], [396]
  • Unyts - A non-profit organization headquartered in Buffalo and serving Western New York. Founded in 1981, Unyts (formerly known as Upstate New York Transplant Services) is the federal and state authorized organ, eye and tissue procurement organization for Alleghany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Niagara, Orleans and Wyoming counties. Unyts Community Blood Service began in 2007 at the request of local hospitals. It is the primary supplier of blood products to Kaleida Health, ECMC and all hospitals in Niagara and Wyoming counties. Official site: [397]. Mentions: [398], [399], [400]
  • United Neighborhood Houses - United Neighborhood Houses of New York (UNH) is a 501(c) nonprofit membership organization of 38 independent community centers and settlement houses in New York City. Rooted in the history and values of the settlement house movement, UNH provides a collective voice for member agencies, performing advocacy to support policies and funding as well as participating in collaborations to benefit the settlement houses in the areas of children, youth, adult literacy and immigrant services, older adults, housing stability, and healthy food. UNH was founded in 1919 and Martin Luther King, Jr., addressed the organization in 1966. UNH is already mentioned in the Wikipedia articles for Settlement Houses [401] and several of our member agencies. [disclaimer: I am a UNH employee] Official site: [402]. Third-party sources: WNYC story on UNH annual fall conference, 1966 [403], Text of MLK Jr.’s speech to UNH 1966, [404], Spearheads for Reform, The Social Settlements and the Progressive Movement 1890-1914 (book, pg 239), by Allen F. Davis. Articles: New York Times [405], New York Daily News, 2015 [406], Quoted in a press release issued by Mayor de Blasio [407], New York Post, 2014 [408], Newsday 2014 [409],Daily News 2013 [410].


  • Virtual Enterprises International - Also referred to as (VEI), is a non-profit organization which runs an in-school entrepreneurship and global business program preparing students for college and career through hands-on, workplace simulations. The program got its start in 1994 when the New York City Department of Education implemented "Virtual Enterprises" in seven New York City public high schools. Virtual Enterprises International, Inc. was formed in 2011 to support and guide the growth of this program, which is now in 500 secondary and post-secondary schools across America, serving over 10,000 students annually. [411]
  • Virginia Mason Institute - healthcare training, education. [412]
  • VOKI INTERNATIONAL - child relief organisation with projects in India, Nepal, Switzerland, Thailand. [413] - [414] - [415] - [416] - [417]. External links: [418] (German link) - [419] re-tweet of VOKI INTERNATIONAL - [420] CEO of organisation - [421] Acknowledged and taxdeductable in Switzerland - [422] - [423] other references. video clip of the organization. [424] - Press-report on Project VOKI India [425], [426], [427] - Press-report on VOKI INTERNATIONAL [428] - Radio-News-report on VOKI INTERNATIONAL [429] - Report's on WorldNews [430], [431], [432]


  • Warm Cookies of the Revolution A Denver, Colorado-based 501c3 organization and self-proclaimed "civic health club" that works to engage everyday citizens in their local civic, political, and cultural lives by creating and hosting events using award-winning comedy, theater, and irreverent show and tell [433]. And they always have cookies and milk at their events!
  • Washington Humane Society A non-profit organisation chartered by the U.S. Congress [434]
  • War Writers' Campaign, Inc. Mission: To promote social change surrounding veteran’s issues through written awareness.
  • WCF "World Cat Federation" - - An international federation of cat registries.
  • Whittier Street Health Center - - A federally funded and Joint Commission-accredited community health center serving Boston's vulnerable urban communities.
  • [435]., officially launched in 2010, is the multilingual web site of reference about France intended for the international general public. It provides information and promotes France by offering Internet users an immersive editorial experience through three major categories of content: Tourism, Culture,Economic dynamism
  • William O. Douglas Trail Foundation A non-profit founded in 2005 with the mission of establishing the William O. Douglas Trail as "a statewide significant heritage trail that links the City of Yakima to Mount Rainier." [436] mentions: [437]
  • Window Coverings Association of America -
  • We Love Reading Non-Profit Organization located in Amman, Jordan, founded in 2006 by Dr. Rana Dajani. An NGO about fostering a love of reading in children around the world, and especially the Middle East where such a culture is lacking, through promoting reading aloud to children and creating libraries in neighborhoods around the country and the region. The NGO has workshops and training programs teaching people to read aloud to children and having reading sessions with children, creating a self sustainable community of readers and people who love books. They publish and distribute children's books aimed at enhancing environmental consciousness and empathy in children. They organize reading sessions and set up libraries in neighborhoods as well as refugee camps around the country. The NGO and the idea has spread to many countries in the Middle East as well as other areas, such as Europe, Africa, North America and Southeast Asia. We Love Reading has been nominated as a finalist for the WISE award for supporting the development and replication of cutting-edge practices. The founder, Dr. Rana Dajani, has been ranked 13 in CEO Middle East Magazine's list of 100 most powerful Arab women and named one of the most influential women scientists of the Islamic world in 2014 by UK based Muslim Science magazine. She was also awarded the 2009 Arab World Social Innovator award by Synegros for the project We Love Reading, and nominated as one of Ahel Al-Himmeh (an initiative by Queen Rania of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to recognize individuals who do volunteer work for the Jordanian community). Website-

- Partners in Jordan
Hashemite University, Amman Municipality, Injaz‐Junior Achievement, Reliance Co., Ruwwad Community Development Organization, and Dar Al Mahal (publisher), Business Development Center, Drive to Read, Women Microfund, Arabic book Program/US embassy Jordan, Children’s Museum Jordan, Zaha Cultural Center, Queen Rania Teachers Academy, Authors: AbeerTaher, TaghreedNajjar
- International Partners
Mother Child Education Foundation (ACEV) and HüsnüÖzyeğin Foundation,Turkey; New Haven Public Library, New Haven, CT USA; World Innovation Summit in Education, Qatar; Mercy Corps; Save the Children; Yale University; Neurosuite Clinic, University of Chicago; Columbia University; International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY); Global Education Forum; International Reading Association; Scholastic (Publisher); Clinton Global Initiative; Thomson Reuter Trust

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  • Western Federal Credit Union "Western is classified as a multiple common bond, primarily transportation equipment credit union.
  • Woloso "World Lottery for Social Development" - - A non-profit organization located in Quebec promoting life before profit.
  • WordTheatre - Literary L.A.-based nonprofit that brings actors to perform short stories to promote various charities - mentions: [438], [439], [440], [441]
  • World Book Night U.S. - Inspired by the U.K. organization, World Book Night U.S. is a non-profit organization where Givers give half a million free World Book Night paperbacks to light and non-readers on April 23 (also known as World Book Day).
  • World Energy Forum - A non-profit organization that actively facilitate strategic relationships, opportunities, and translates ideas into a global marketplace. The organization was founded in 2008 by Dr. Harold HyunSuk Oh with a mission to provide energy and water for all and to promote clean and safe energy and sustainable development across the globe. The organization has many reputable sources and is notable. The article has previously existed but was bias. A proper article for this organization should be created. Source 1 source 2Source 3 Source 4 source 5 video 1video 2video 3 ]
  • World Leisure Organization (WLO) - A worldwide, non-governmental association of persons and organizations dedicated to discovering and fostering the conditions that best permit leisure to serve as a force for human growth, development and wellbeing. The organization was incorporated in 1956 in New York City. It is the belief of the World Leisure Organization that well selected leisure experiences improve one's quality of life. The World Leisure Organization works toward its mission by hosting forums and events that allow for the formal and informal dissemination of knowledge and information; engaging in informed advocacy surrounding conditions that optimize leisure experiences in regards to legislation, infrastructure, leadership and programming; and fostering inquiry through research and scholarship to allow for the discovery of personal and social potentialities of leisure experiences. Today, the organization hosts numerous events throughout the world that aim to advocate for and educate on the importance of leisure in communities while also highlighting places that have elevated leisure to a prominent standing. The World Leisure Organization includes a membership and is governed by a Board of Directors with guidance from an Executive Committee. [442] [443]
  • World Public Forum - international nongovernmental European-based organization which supports and develops dialogue among civilizations since 2003 [444]
  • Women’s Rehabilitation Centre (WOREC) A non-profit organization working in Nepal, founded by Women Right Activists in 1991 in order to address the issue of human trafficking. Its actively engaged in the promotion and protection of human rights, campaigning on violence against women and trafficking of women as well as economic social and cultural rights (ESCR).[445]
  • Women's Enterprise Initiative (WEI) - A non-profit initiative established by Western Economic Diversification Canada to help women in Western Canada successfully start, grow and operate their businesses. The WEI is comprised of centres in the four western provinces: Women's Enterprise Centre of BC, Alberta Women Entrepreneurs, Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan, and Women's Enterprise Centre of Manitoba. In addition to providing three core services: business financing, training and advising, the centres also provide networking opportunities, coaching and mentoring to support women at various business stages. [446] [447] [448] [449] [450][451] [452]



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  • ZOE International - A 501(c)3 organization that rescues children from human trafficking & cares for orphans. They use a three tier method of intervention, prevention, and aftercare.


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