Reality Changers awards college scholarships to inner-city teens with the intention to create more first-generation college students.
Build a Home for Tuleeni is raising funds to support the rapidly growing Tuleeni orphanage in Tanzania, which provides care and critical English education to prepare its children for college and beyond.
No Limits teaches school-age children who are deaf or hard of hearing to speak, read, and write, and gives them the tools to graduate from college.
Special Olympics organizes sporting events to build new strengths and abilities, skills and success of intellectually disabled people of all ages.
Junior Blind of America helps children and adults who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled achieve independence.
The mission of Farm Sanctuary is to protect farm animals from cruelty and inspire change in the way society views and treats farm animals.
Healthy Is The New Skinny is a movement that supports healthy lifestyles for women, serving as a model for at-risk, self-conscious teenage girls.
California Wildlife Center is an organization that saves injured or sick wild animals and nurses them back to health before returning them to the wild.
Camp Helping Hands is a summer day camp that leads kids on community service activities, teaching them to give back to their community.
Ride On teaches horseback riding to children and adults with physical and mental disabilities.
Captain Luis Carlos Montalvan returned from war with a severe case of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. But thanks to a Service Dog named Tuesday, Luis has turned his life around.
Art Trek offers art programs to schools that don’t have art classes of their own.
At Mend, the goal is to break the bonds of poverty by providing basic human needs and a pathway to self-reliance.
FlameMapper’s creator Shea Broussard uses innovative tactics such as feeding wild goats to prevent forest fires through his google-earth powered design.
Arie Moyal rides trains across the country every Christmas to send holiday cheer to everyone in his path through smiles and lots and lots of hugs!
By donating 100% of their profits to support clean water projects in areas lacking access to clean water, NIKA is providing the basic tools and critical assistance to help thousands of families improve their lives in a meaningful way and end the cycle of poverty.
The Giving Keys exists to employ those transitioning out of homelessness to engrave recycled keys that get sold and shared around the world. Each key necklace is unique and carries a message like HOPE, STRENGTH, DREAM or COURAGE. When the wearer of the key encounters someone else who needs the message on the key, they give it away and then tell us their story.
Whether it’s small disaster relief, homeless issues, helping kids, improving your neighborhood or simply helping our neighbors, the Do Good Bus is here to serve, taking volunteers to one location after another.
Surfers Healing is an organization that takes children with autism out into the ocean on surf boards, opening up a completely new world to them.
The Born to Act Players is a unique theater company comprised of professional performers with and without disabilities.
Totally Tubular is a California-based company dedicated to the preservation of our earth. They enjoy dumpster diving, trash hunting and landfill saving! Each one of their products tells its own unique story from where its materials came from to how they saved them from a landfill.
The goal of the Teen Project is to provide teenagers that have grown too old for foster homes with all the resources and support of an intact family.
Kyle Thiermann’s short movie series based on a variety of surfing trips, each one tackling a different environmental issue as Kyle promotes his belief that activism can be as fun as a day at the beach.