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MOAS (the Migrant Offshore Aid Station) is a registered Foundation (VO/0939) based in Malta. It is dedicated to preventing loss of life at sea by providing assistance to migrants who find themselves in distress while crossing the Mediterranean Sea in unsafe vessels.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
This is a family foundation driven by the interests and passions of the Gates family.


National Black United Federation of Charities: 973-643-3767 Generates resources and support for charitable organizations enhancing opportunities for improving education, health and social welfare, and social justice conditions for disadvantaged families and communities.


Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation 773-947-0026 We are primarily African-American women with a commitment to provide financial support to individuals and organizations engaged in lifelong learning awarding scholarships, fellowships and grants.

Delta Sigma Theta:
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college educated women committed to the constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community.


Balm in Gilead, Inc. - (804) 644-2256 - a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization improving the health status of the African Diaspora by building the capacity of faith communities to address life-threatening diseases, especially HIV/AIDS. 


BDPA Education and Technology Foundation 202-258-3252 Creating an informed Black community prepared to lead and leverage the knowledge revolution through our Student IT Education and Scholarship program and BDPA IT Institute.


Black Cops Against Police Brutality (B-CAP) 973-926-5717  B-CAP's programs focus on improving relations between the police and the African-American/Latino community.  The programs empower citizens while
sensitizing police officers to the community's pain. 


Black Women in Sisterhood for Action  202-543-6013  Provides scholarship assistance to deserving high school women; social assistance to senior women; shares information with the community at-large; provides leadership/mentors for young women.


Black Women’s Agenda  703-351-1159

Conducts assessments on status of African American women.  Members benefit through advocacy on their behalf and educational opportunities provided through workshops, legislative alerts, and newsletters.


Brown Foundation for Educational Equity, Excellence and Research

785-235-3939 Commemorates Brown vs. Board of Education by furthering opportunity through literacy and after-school programs, diversity training and college scholarships for minorities pursuing teaching careers. 


Family Outreach Ministries International, Inc. 770-402-5161 Family Outreach is currently providing a hot school lunch for 20,000 Haitian Children. Your donations are leveraged with International Food Aid.


The Federation for Southern Cooperatives,  - (404) 765-0991 -  We help Black farmers to maintain their landownership and assist Black farmers and rural communities through cooperative development to increase income and create economic self-sufficiency. 


International Black Women’s Congress 757-625-0500  Implements national and international community action programs that reclaim, transform and empower the lives of women and girls through education, health, spiritual and economic initiatives. 


Jackie Robinson Foundation 212-290-8600  JRF provides scholarship, mentoring and leadership development opportunities to academically talented, economically disadvantaged minority students pursuing a college degree at a four-year institution.


National Association for Black Veterans (NABVETS) 800-842-4597  Provides advocacy for veterans seeking claims against the Department of Veterans Affairs and fosters community development by creating positive lifestyles for veterans and their families.


National Association of Black Social Workers, Inc. 313-875-3400  Provides services and technical assistance to families and groups in an effort to prevent social decline.


The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs,  202-483-4206   The mission is to promote and protect the interest of African American business and professional women and to serve as bridges for young people. 


National Black Deaf Advocates (NBDA)  703-648-5515  The largest consumer organization of African American deaf/hard of hearing people in the United States advocates and promotes their education, cultural and economic advancement.


National Black MBA Association, Inc.  312-580-8504  Works to increase the number of Blacks in the business community through educational programs for youth, business development programs and access to management careers. 


National Black Programming Consortium 212-234-8200

NBPC supports and funds films about black human rights and social issues and provides pathways for producers and directors to gain access, funding and training.


National Black United Front Educational Fund 708-389-9929  A social action organization which addresses African American rights and is a leading grassroots organization in the Reparations Movement.


National Black United Fund  973-643-5122

Making a difference in lives of people by investing in organizations impacting; children, families, communities. Fosters self-help, economic opportunity, positive community change, social justice.


National Coalition on Black Civic Participation 202-659-4929  Provides civic engagement, voter empowerment, youth leadership development, grassroots advocacy, women's health and wellness, disaster relief and issue education in Black communities.


National Community Development Institute (NCDI) (510) 763-4120 The National Community Development Institute develops leadership, strengthens organizations and rebuilds neighborhoods to bring about social change in the African American community.


National Council for Black Studies 404-463-9483  Promotes a wide range of educational and community based programs committed to cultural preservation, social and spiritual liberation of African American communities. 


National Council of Negro Women 202-737-0120

NCNW's mission is to lead, develop, and advocate for women of African descent, as they support their families and communities.


National Hook-Up of Black Women 773-667-7061

Provides assistance to Black families across America through educational forums, scholarships, preventive health measures, and services for the homeless, forming a sustaining network of support.


SECME, Inc. 404-894-3314  Among the largest pre-college (K-12) programs dedicated to increasing numbers of historically under-represented, geographically under-served and minority students in science technology, engineering and mathematics.


TIS (To Inspire Strong) African Children Fund

202-872-8333  Provides African children/families with food, clothing, medical and school supplies and supports orphanages, hospitals, and schools with grants.  Provides cultural programs in Africa/America.


Twenty-First Century Foundation  212-662-3700

21CF invests in local institutions and leaders focused on youth development, community empowerment, and civic engagement within communities of color nationally.

Dare2B         RoxiesDare2B
Roxie's Dare2B collaborates with an array of organizations to help enhance or create memorable events and programs to brighten the lives of children in struggling communities. Roxie's Dare2B has impacted hundreds of families in NYC and abroad through an array of unique projects.NYC's evacuation centers and shelters have been packed in with an array of families who have lost their homes to Hurricane Sandy. Children are spending days frightened and confused. As we all focus on restoring our great city Dare2B is also focusing on instilling some hope for all those dealing with the aftermath of this catastrophe.  


Wounded Warrior Project Wounded Warrior Project

The mission of the Wounded Warrior Project is to honor and empower wounded warriors. To raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of severely injured service men and women, to help severely injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of severely injured service members.

The Fisher House The Fisher House

Supporting America's military in their time of need, we provide "a home away from home" that enables family members to be close to a loved one at the most stressful time -- during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury

Care Net Care Net

Care Net is a growing affiliation network of more than 1,000 pregnancy centers throughout the United States and Canada. For over twenty-five years, we have been promoting, equipping, and developing our centers to better serve men and women in their communities.

St. Jude's Children's Hospital St. Jude's Children's Hospital

St. Jude is unlike any other pediatric treatment and research facility. Discoveries made here have completely changed how the world treats children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. With research and patient care under one roof, St. Jude is where some of today's most gifted researchers are able to do science more quickly.

Covenant House Covenant House

Covenant House New York, the first and largest center of the nation's foremost agency serving homeless, runaway and at-risk youth, opens its doors 24 hours a day for teens in need.
DC Hospice DC Hospice

The mission of Capital Hospice is to improve care for those facing life-limiting illness through direct support of patients and their families, public education and public advocacy.


Canadian Charities
There are about 78,000 charities registered with the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency. The list of Canadian registered charities includes the charity name, Business Number (BN)/ Registration number, mailing address, and designation type.

Autism Research Institute
The Autism Research Institute (ARI) is the hub of a worldwide network of parents and professionals concerned with autism. ARI was founded in 1967 to conduct and foster scientific research designed to improve the methods of diagnosing, treating, and preventing autism. ARI also disseminates research findings to parents and others worldwide seeking help. The ARI data bank, the world's largest, contains over 40,000 detailed case histories of autistic children from over 60 countries. ARI publishes the Autism Research Review International, a quarterly newsletter covering biomedical and educational advances in autism research.

Palestine Children's Foundation
The main objective of the P.C.R.F. is to identify and treat every child in the Middle East in need of specialized surgery not available to them locally. We locate, sponsor and run volunteer medical missions to the Middle East in adult and pediatric cardiac surgery, pediatric cardiology, plastic and reconstructive surgery, maxillofacial surgery, pediatric urology, ophthalmology, vascular surgery, pediatric orthopedic surgery, occupational therapy, and other specialties.

Quebec-Labrador Foundation
QLF is a Not-for-Profit Organization in the U.S. and a Registered Charity in Canada. QLF fosters long-term leadership development within individuals and communities by supporting community-based conservation initiatives; developing models of stewardship of natural and cultural resources; and aiding in community service, economic development, and heritage preservation in rural regions.

Charity Navigator works to guide intelligent giving. Their goal is to help people give to charity with confidence. At the same time, they aim to help charities by shining lights on truly effective organizations. In doing so, they believe they can help ensure that charitable giving keeps pace with the growing need for charitable programs.

Hale House Center
Hale House believes in providing unconditional love, care and understanding to children and families in need of support. Their Harlem-based programs offer a safe, nurturing environment and an opportunity for a better future through individualized support and educational services.

The heart of Child Fund International remains the one-to-one connection made when you sponsor a child. Our work began in 1938 with an effort to build orphanages for the children who had been left without homes or families in the wake of the second Sino-Japanese War.

These orphanages were funded by individuals in America who "sponsored” an orphaned child in China. This approach continues today.

What began as a modest effort to build and operate orphanages, has evolved into a global force working for children encompassing the globe. Our area of excellence and great strength is our deep understanding of children’s experiences of deprivation, exclusion and vulnerability, and our dedication to placing those experiences at the center of our policy and practice.

United Kingdom Charity Choice
Charity Choice has been in circulation since 1988 and is now widely regarded as the UK's leading charity reference book. They currently publish over 10,000 entries divided into 31 sections. Three editions of Charity Choice are published annually; UK, Scotland and Northern Ireland; as well as the Charity Choice Services Directory. Donors may explore giving options within Charity Choice via their bequest scheme, contacting the charity directly or by FREE advertising within Goodwill Gallery. Goodwill Gallery allows donors to give goods, time or specialist skills to their chosen charity.

The Black Church Page
The  Black Church Page
A tremendous data base of African American Churches in the United States.
It serves as the center of the African-American community's spiritual growth and time will prove that the Black church will be the center of the African-American community's economic growth as well. There is no greater or more powerful institution that exists today for any group of people than that of the Black church. This Organization is definitely worthy of your time and donations.

Sickle Cell Society
The vision for a national coordinated approach to addressing issues related to sickle cell disease was unveiled in 1971 when representatives of 15 community sickle cell organizations met at "Wingspread," a Racine, Wisconsin conference center, as guest of the Johnson Foundation. Out of that meeting, the National Association for Sickle Cell Disease was created. The name was changed to Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, Inc. in 1994.