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BYLP establishes, develops, & implements educational programs for Black youth in areas of leadership development, public speaking, legislative process, public service, cultural awareness & identity.
BCAN was founded in 2005 and is the only national advocacy organization devoted to advancing bladder cancer research and supporting those impacted by the disease.
Saves lives globally and in the USA by providing medicine, vitamins, and medical supplies to treat the poor and victims of disease, disaster or war.
Your gift provides early intervention, training and education for children from birth through second grade who are blind, building the foundation for their future education.
Bloom is a non?profit organization that provides complimentary wardrobes to children, women, and men who are transitioning to a life of self?reliance.
Provides services to adults with major psychiatric and substance use disabilities including; residential treatment, outpatient,and weekday socialization at nine sites throughout Berkeley and Oakland.
Upholding Theodore Roosevelt’s vision, we’re protecting our nation’s most valuable resource – its wildlife. We’ve been promoting ethics in hunting, outdoor activities and conservation since 1888.
Works to end the suffering of wild animals in captivity, rescue individual animals in need, protect wildlife, including endangered species, and encourage compassionate conservation globally.
Founded by Lady Gaga, BTWF focuses on modeling healthy conversations about mental health, connecting young people with resources/services, and building kinder and braver communities.
HEAL COMBAT VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES DEALING WITH_x000B_COMBAT-RELATED STRESS. THEIR MISSION IS TO PROVIDE FREE, WORLD CLASS,_x000B_SHORT DURATION, HIGH-IMPACT RETREATS.
Comprehensive youth development program designed to instill values and help them make ethical choices over their lifetime. Ages, male 7-20, co-ed, 15-20.
The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. The Boy Scouts of America will prepare every eligible youth in America to become a responsible, participating citizen and leader who is guided by the Scout Oath and
Comprehensive youth development and training programs emphasizing: leadership, ethical choices, values, integrity, participating citizenship, character, self-reliance, personal/mental fitness, motivation and group interaction.
Building tomorrow’s leaders, today. Preparing young people to make ethical choices by instilling Scouting’s core values through engaging programs, high-adventure activities, and outdoor camps.
Help create brighter futures for our youth. Our programs encourage youth to become productive, responsible adults while emphasizing leadership, values and building self-esteem.
Youth development programming for all kids age 5-18, focusing on their Academic Success, Character Development and Healthy Lifestyles- Great Futures Start Here!!
After-School Enrichment, Deaf & Hard of Hearing program, Creative Arts, Athletics, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math), College Bound, Teen Programs and Summer Programs.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Carson helps bridge the gap between school and home by offering high quality after-school programming for youth ages 6-18 years old.
To inspire and enable all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive responsible and caring citizens
To save and enhance the lives of children in our community, especially those with economic and social needs, offering a safe haven & youth services.
Serving youth with after and out of school time programs in education, the arts, and healthy living
Providing services and programs in five areas, Character and Leadership, Education and Career, Health and Life Skills, the Arts, and Sports Fitness and Recreation.
To inspire, enable, and support all youth to realize their full potential as successful, responsible, and impactful members of the community.‚Ä†
BGCU is an after-school youth development program for youth ages six to eighteen. Our programs are focu ed on character, leadership, health and life skills.
The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley and Eastside is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.
Boys & Girls Clubs provide safe, inclusive environments and programming that promote academics, health and leadership. More than 4,700 Clubs serve 4.3 million youth annually.
The mission of the Boys & Girls Club of Central Orange Coast is to ensure every child has mentors and champions in life.
Based on physical, emotional, cultural, and social needs and interest of boys and girls, and recognizing developmental principles, the Club offers diversified program activities
Providing a safe, inclusive environment to support every Club member thrive with academics, health, leadership, career development, and the arts as they build Great Futures.
BGCMLA’s mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
We serve more than 1,200 youth/day at eight Clubhouses in the city’s toughest neighborhoods, and provide a residential summer camp in Mendocino County.
A non-profit, youth development organization serving the Banning and Beaumont communities in California.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of provides out-of-school youth programming in three priority outcome areas: Academic Achievement, Healthy Lifestyles, and Character & Citizenship.
Comprehensive youth development programming for “those who need us most” ages 5-19. We sponsor 18 sites serving over 2,600 vulnerable youth daily.
TO ENABLE ALL YOUNG PEOPLE, AS PRODUCTIVE, CARING RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS.
Utilizing a youth development strategy, we build self-confidence, self-esteem and foster a sense of belonging for the over 7,200 youth served daily in Kern County.
BIAA provides help, hope, healing for millions of Americans who live with often misdiagnosed and misunderstood brain injury.
Strengthening African initiatives for self-sufficiency by supporting health care, clean water, education,orphan care, agriculture, micro-credit programs focusing on women and children
Breast Cancer Action is a national education and activist organization working to achieve health justice for women at risk of and living with breast cancer.
Provides grants to hospitals that do research and treat breast cancer patients. Ships medical supplies to hospitals and clinics. Supports breast cancer support groups.
Through education, legislative advocacy and corporate accountability campaigns, BCPP occupies a unique niche at the nexus of environmental health, women’s health and prevention.
Provides research grants, medical equipment and supplies to hospitals and clinics that treat breast cancer and other chronic diseases. Provides educational materials and support groups.
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is committed to achieving prevention and a cure for breast cancer by advancing the world’s most promising research.
Since 1917, we have been advocating for clean air and healthy lungs through education, community involvement and creative solutions to impact policy.
The mission of Bridge to Home (BTH) is to provide shelter, support services and permanent affordable housing, and to advocate for sustainable solutions for our neighbors in need.
Believes a secure home is the first step in becoming a productive member of the community and providing a stable environment for children.
BWI PTO supports the students at the Title 1 school through funding field trips, community building events, fun runs, and staff appreciation.
Our mission is to empower low-income, first-generation students to gain admission to, succeed in, and graduate from college.
The Brighter Beginnings mission to†ìsupport healthy births and successful development of children by partnering with parents and helping to build strong communitiesî, gains its strength and aspiration from our core belief and vision
Driving innovative research worldwide and educating the public about Alzheimer’s disease, risk factors, treatments, and coping strategies.