|Chabad on Campus|
Washington University's St. Louis Jewish community provides daily study lessons on video, photo gallery, campus updates via email, a library with Jewish text, downloadable Jewish music, and a listing of Chabad Lubavitch Centers. Donations accepted.
The SOS Children's Villages Child welfare organization provides long-term family-based care for children in need worldwide. Donations, either one off, or sponsorship based, assist in providing new homes, proper training, education, and health care.
|http://www.sos-childrensvillages.org||site info |
|Missionaries of Africa|
Contributions go toward the care of children orphaned by AIDS, water and farming projects, medical supplies, school equipment, volunteer training, emergency food shipments, transportation, youth work, and programs for the handicapped in Africa.
The Findhorn Foundation accepts contributions toward the Bursary Fund, the Universal Hall restoration project, and to the general fund that helps to create a positive and sustainable future for humanity and the planet.
|Congenital Heart Information Network|
Support group and discussion forum for parents, family members and adults with congenital heart defects. Subscribe and become part of the discussion forum. With scheduled chats, a portrait gallery, memorial gardens and related resources.
Support for sufferers, spouses, family, and friends of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Topics range from anxiety, and anger management, to medications, and depression. Donations help to provide support, and programs.
|Christ International Church|
Audio sermons, and Bible readings, sermon notes, videos, and donations toward the general ministry fund of Christ International Church.
|Immune Deficiency Foundation|
Donations enable the Foundation to continue its mission in improving diagnosis and treatment of primary immune deficiency diseases via education and research, and the programs run to address the challenges faced by those living with the condition.
|Spare Some Change|
Worldwide listings and resources related to homelessness and low-income, such as food banks, hostels, welfare, food stamps, soup kitchens, shelters, housing, squatting, human rights, employment, news and laws. Donations accepted.
Donations are accepted to help support the needy kids website that contains information and a collection of links for adoptees, missing kids, foster parents, molester watch, emergency numbers, children's rights and parenting.