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Fuzzy Faces Refuge Inc
Favorited 12 times | EIN: 464155393 | Clayton, NC
Fuzzy Faces Refuge is a North Carolina 501c3 non-profit that provides a sanctuary for endangered heritage breed farm animals and rehabilitation focused services for Veterans, their families and others in need of personal growth activities and education within our community. We provide an environment where people of all abilities can interact safely with animals, providing positive, therapeutic experiences that build confidence, enable positive progress and afford opportunities that may otherwise be unavail
Karam Foundation NFP
Favorited 17,300 times | EIN: 371548241 | Lake Forest, IL
Karam Foundation is on a mission to build a better future for Syria.
Alternative House - The Abused and Homeless Children's Refuge
Favorited 240 times | EIN: 540899463 | Dunn Loring, VA
Abused and homeless children deserve brighter futures. Providing homes and counseling to end this tragedy. Also, community outreach programs to prevent drug abuse and violence.
International Rescue Committee
Favorited 187 times | EIN: 135660870 | New York, NY
The International Rescue Committee responds to the world's worst humanitarian crises, helping restore health, safety, education, economic wellbeing, and power to people devastated by conflict and disaster. Founded in 1933, the IRC is at work in 40+ countries and 28 U.S. cities helping people to survive, reclaim control of their future and strengthen their communities.
FACES: The National Craniofacial Association
Favorited 17 times | EIN: 237069285 | Chattanooga, TN
Children with craniofacial disfigurements require specialized reconstructive surgery. We take care of these children and their families while treatment is received. Rebuilding faces - rebuilding futures.
2 Hearts 4 Paws Refuge
Favorited 62 times | EIN: 465280773 | Las Cruces, NM
We rescue dogs who have been abandoned by their owners, chained or tethered, emergency situations, and occasionally we will take a dog from the local shelter and/or Animal Control. We provide food, water, shelter, and lots of love! We get them vaccinated and spayed/neutered. If they are adoptable, we will find them GOOD homes-and if they are not adoptable then they will stay with us the rest of their lives. We are a refuge.
Life Unlimited of Virginia Inc
Favorited 150 times | EIN: 541911042 | Annandale, VA
Rikki's Refuge is a no-kill, life-care, multi species peaceful sanctuary supported solely by donations. The refuge is home to 1300 animals of 22 different species. It is owned and operated by Life Unlimited of Virginia, Inc. an approved not-for profit Virginia Corporation and IRS tax code 501(c)(3) corporation as determined by the IRS. Federal Tax-ID number 54-1911042. A financial statement is available upon written request from the Virginia State Office of Consumer Affairs.
Face Forward, Inc.
Favorited 51 times | EIN: 352343525 | Beverly Hills, CA
The mission of Face Forward is to provide physical and emotional reconstruction for women, children and men who have been victims of domestic violence, human trafficking or other cruel acts of crime. Face Forward vows to provide each victim with the best possible treatment pro bono.
Furry Kids Refuge
Favorited 33 times | EIN: 383724183 | Lee's Summit, MO
We are a no-kill, all volunteer animal rescue organization founded in June, 2005. We work with area shelters to rescue domestic pets and to provide safe haven for these abandoned, abused, or unwanted domestic animals. All animals in our care are spayed or neutered and receive all vaccinations and if necessary, life saving or necessary medical attention. When these foster animals are emotionally and physically healed, we search for the correct human companion for each, ensuring a loving, permanent home.
New Leash On Life USA
Favorited 247 times | EIN: 272204508 | Penn Valley, PA
New Leash on Life USA’s mission is to reduce recidivism and save the lives of at-risk dogs. We accomplish this with an innovative reform model that leverages the powerful bond between dogs and humans. New Leash’s model begins during incarceration with a dog training program that teaches practical life and social-emotional skills, and extends to high-quality case management upon release. Through this comprehensive approach, we prepare men and women for a successful transition as they re-enter society.