Nonprofit Organizations

S.T.R.O.N.G. Youth Inc.

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Youth, family and community development non-profit organization specializing in youth and gang violence prevention and intervention.

strongyouth.com

Gateway180

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The largest 24-hour, emergency homless shelter for women and children in the St. Louis, Missouri community.

gateway180.org

Young D.C.

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An independent publication operated by D.C. Metro area teens w/ a commitment to journalistic integrity & the First Amendment.

youngdc.org

The Trevor Project

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The Trevor Project provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBT youth between the ages of 13-24. 

Second Harvest Food Bank

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Largest charitable anti-hunger network in South Louisiana. Mission to end hunger by providing food access, education, and disaster response.

water.org

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Provides communities around the world with safe drinking water in addition to educational seminars on proper sanitation and hygiene. 

Teletón USA

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The Teleton USA Foundation assists children with neurological, musculoskeletal disorders such as cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries & amputations.

The Loft

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Minnesota nonprofit organization to advance artistic development of writers, foster a thriving community & inspire a passion for literature. 

UNICEF

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UNICEF is a global leader in emergency response, last year reaching children in 344 humanitarian emergencies across more than 100 countries.

Tips For Smart Charitable Giving

Growing up in Washington D.C., volunteering & supporting non-profit organizations were a regular part of my life. This experience has allowed me to see first hand how important "man-power" and physical dollars are to support these groups and their clients. I make an effort to support these organizations whenever time (and funds) allow. 


Below are a few of the nonprofit organizations I have supported in the past and a short video about the importance of nonprofit organizations to our communities.