Featured Organizations



American Heart Association


The American Heart Association is a nonprofit organization in the United States that funds cardiovascular medical research, educates consumers on healthy living and fosters appropriate cardiac care in an effort to reduce disability and deaths caused by cardiovascular disease and stroke.


Helen Keller International


Last year HKI helped provide many tens of millions of people with treatment to prevent diseases of poverty including blinding trachoma and river blindness. Surgeons trained by their staff also performed tens of thousands of cataract surgeries in the developing world. And in the United States, they screened the vision of nearly 66,000 students living in some of our country’s poorest neighborhoods and provided free eyeglasses to just over 16,000 of them.


National Multiple Sclerosis Society



The National MS Society's vision is:

A World Free of MS.


The Society's mission is:

We will cure MS while empowering people affected by MS to live their best lives.


Safe Horizon


Safe Horizon is the nation’s leading victim assistance organization, operating a network of programs across New York City communities and systems. They work with survivors of all forms of violence to move from crisis to confidence including:

  • Domestic Violence

  • Child Abuse

  • Rape ad Sexual Assault

  • Youth Homelessness

    United Community Centers


    East New York Farms!

    The mission of East New York Farms! is to organize youth and adults to address food justice in our community by promoting local sustainable agriculture and community-led economic development. East New York Farms! is a project of the United Community Centers in partnership with local residents.

    We have been working with youth, gardeners, farmers, and entrepreneurs to build a more just and sustainable community since 1998.


    Sow a Seed


    Sow a Seed's mission is to bring hope, reduce hardship and promote sustainable change in the lives of impoverished children, placing a special focus on orphans in the Caribbean. Sow a Seed has done a preliminary assessment following the massive 7.2 magnitude earthquake that has devastated the southwest region of Haiti, a country still recovering from 2010 earthquake. On August 14, 2021, thousands have been displaced and are in need of urgent aid. Due to the severity of the situation, critical supplies such as temporary housing and medical supplies are needed immediately. They are seeking to raise funds and contribute to a goal of $150,000 so that together, we may dispense these urgently-needed supplies to those affected by the earthquake.


    United Way - Read NYC


    To achieve the long-term goal of self-sufficiency, United Way of New York City focuses on a two-generation approach—looking at families as a whole, addressing their immediate and long-term needs. They work to provide children with an equal opportunity to a quality education, while at the same time strengthening their parents’ and caregivers’ financial stability. They root this two-generation model in education, because they know that success in school is inextricably linked to the future of communities. It is when children are empowered to succeed academically—progressing from reading at grade-level, graduating high school, and moving on to college or career—and households have moved out of crisis into financial stability that they see proven success and growth.


    Diversity in Aquatics


    Diversity in Aquatics promotes water safety in historically under represented communities.


    Bread of Life


    MISSION: Overcoming barriers together with compassion to restore hope for Houston. 

    VISION: Bread of Life, Inc. is eradicating food insecurity while improving health outcomes in vulnerable communities in Houston, as well as providing the fundamental human needs of love, hope, dignity, and belonging.


    The Campaign Against Hunger


    When this organization was founded in 1998 as a small pantry operating out of a church basement, their clients were primarily located in Bed-Stuy. Over the past twenty years, however, their organization has expanded in many ways. They now offer hundreds of nutrition education classes, workshops, and cooking demonstrations each year for their clients. In addition, they offer a suite of social services, including SNAP registration, health insurance enrollment, tax filing preparation, and much more.


    Donors Choose


    Donors Choose was started by a high school teacher who realized that teachers spend a lot of money obtaining the necessary supplies that their classrooms needed to come alive.  He also recognized the desire for people to support teachers with their efforts. With that, he created Donors Choose, a website where teachers can post a project that they need to be funded and people can donate to the project of their choice.