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American Red Cross

The American Red Cross represents a vast organization that is designed to offer compassionate care for those in need. Their extensive worldwide effort is composed of generous donors, employees and dedicated volunteers who share a common mission of the prevention of potential suffering and victim/survivor support throughout the world.


For nearly 75 years, the USO has been the nation’s leading organization to serve the men and women in the U.S. military, and their families. Throughout their time in uniform the USO is always by their side. Volunteers play a crucial role at the USO providing hundreds of thousands of hours of service, from welcoming home deployed service members to providing support for individual service members and their families at USO centers.

The Association of Junior Leagues Intl.

Since its founding, The Junior League has evolved into one of the oldest, largest, and most effective women’s volunteer organizations in the world, encompassing more than 150,000 women in 291 Leagues in four countries. For more than a century, they have been on the forefront of social reform, while finding viable solutions for their communities.

World Vision

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization, which is dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities in over 90 countries. Their outstanding work helps those in need to reach their full potential by overcoming the root causes of poverty, inequity and injustice.

National Charity League

Through mother-daughter memberships, National Charity League, with over 234 chapters in 26 states and over 63,000 active members, is dedicated to developing strong women leaders who commit to a 6-year program of community service, leadership development and cultural experiences. For over 90 years, they have had a profound and positive impact on their communities.

Best Friends Animal Society

Nearly 30 years ago, Best Friends, an animal welfare society, helped pioneer the “no-kill” movement. By implementing programs to reduce the number of animals entering shelters, and increasing the number of people who adopt pets, they’ve been able to significantly move towards their goal of no animal shelter deaths.

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