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Youthlinc empowers teens to complete 24,500+ hours of local, and international, service each year.
Youthlinc aims to create a generation of community activists who address needs through personal service and partnerships.
Youthlinc’s Service Year curriculum engages youth in local and global humanitarian efforts. Accepted students make a commitment to volunteer 80 hours in their local communities. As a capstone, students and adult mentors carryout a two-week international humanitarian project.Visit the Site
Retail Orphan Initiative
Helping vulnerable children worldwide.keyboard_arrow_down
Since 2011, 94% of ROI donations have gone toward helping 225,850 vulnerable orphans worldwide.
The Purpose of the Retail Orphan Initiative (RetailROI) is to raise awareness and provide real solutions for the more than 400 million vulnerable children worldwide.
ROI has three goals: to (1) raise awareness for the enormous needs of orphans worldwide; (2) encourage our partners to help with organizational practices mindful of vulnerable orphans; and (3) provide resources to like-minded organizations for the aid of vulnerable orphans.Visit the Site
Close the mentoring gap. Become a mentor in real life.keyboard_arrow_down
1 in 3 grow up without a mentor outside the family. MENTOR closes that gap.
The National Mentoring Partnership is about making sure no young person has to walk the path to adulthood alone.
MENTOR is a national organization that works in collaboration with local Affiliates across the country to serve the mentoring field and young people nationwide. We host the only national database of mentoring programs to connect mentors with volunteer opportunities in their communities.Visit the Site
America’s nationwide network of food banks.keyboard_arrow_down
COVID-19 is now in all 50 states, but so is Feeding America.
The Feeding America network is the largest hunger-relief organization in the United States including in disasters and national emergencies.
The local food banks in their network are responding to COVID-19 by doing what they do best--feeding people in need. They are deploying new distributions--many of which are drive-through and outdoor--to maximize social distancing; supplying emergency food boxes to people on the front lines; and working with school districts to offer grab-and-go meals for children and families to help fill the gap while schools are closed.Visit the Site
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