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http://www.awishforanimals.org/

A Wish for Animals is a non-profit organization that has a BIG heart for animals. They rescue animals that are in need or in danger. While they primarily rescue dogs and cats, they are always willing to try to help whenever there is an animal in need. They provide medical assistance funds, food, vaccinations and spay and neutering to low income families or families that can not afford large medical bills for their pets.

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http://www.abbahouse.com/women-abuse-addiction-recovery/thrift-store/

Abba House Ministries not only provides help for women and their children with deep wounds of sexual and physical abuse, abandonment, rejection and other tragic life experiences, but they also provide free food, clothes and furniture to families in need.

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http://www.abbyscloset.org/

Abby’s Closet is an organization that aims to inspire confidence and respect in high school women by providing free formal gowns for prom and other memorable events.

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http://www.abilitiesunlimitedofvanburen.com/

Abilities Unlimited helps individuals with disabilities recognize their abilities, improve their quality of life and become productive members of their community. They help create jobs and encourage a strong and positive work ethic, a sense of one’s own personal responsibility and an individual’s commitment to contributing to their community. Abilities Unlimited also runs two resale stores that provide a training ground for the clients in their work programs.

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http://aedv.org/

Advocates to End Domestic Violence provide a safe, supportive environment where domestic violence victims can re-examine their view of themselves and work towards a violence free future. The program operates a 51-bed shelter and provides a wide variety of services designed to protect and support battered women and their children in the community.

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http://www.sheriffsranch.org/

Alabama Sheriffs’ Youth Ranches provide Christian, family-style residential homes for Alabama’s needy, neglected or abused, school-aged children in an atmosphere where they may grow spiritually and physically into productive, responsible and happy adults. Children live in family situations with house parents on working ranches where Christian principles, hard work, responsibility, manners and loving kindness are used to help children grow strong in body, mind and spirit.

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http://alwaysrecyclingllc.com/

Always Recycling has operated in Harford County, MD for over ten years. They are a family business that recycles many things including computer printers and monitors.

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https://www.ywcaworks.org/NetCommunity/Page.aspx?pid=389

Angeline’s Women’s Center offers a safe, welcoming place for homeless women living on the streets to spend the day. Daytime drop-in services include meals, laundry, showers, health access, mental health counseling, workshops and activities, storage of personal belongings and connections to other needed services.

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http://www.petfinder.com/shelters.html

Most animal shelters accept towels, linens and bedding.

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http://www.arapahoehouse.org/about

Over the past 35 years, Arapahoe House has been a champion for families and individuals with alcohol, drug and other behavioral health issues.  They have helped people in their community, their friends, neighbors, siblings, parents and children, find recovery.  They have helped more than 15,000 members of the community find help, hope and healing from addiction every year. 

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http://www.areawideaging.org/

Areawide Aging Agency works with partners in the community to develop and maintain programs serving the community which keep older adults active and independent.

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http://fortsillasymca.org/view.php?page=1

The Armed Services YMCA Lawton Fort Sill stands ready to respond to the needs of military service members and their families. In cooperation with post and community leadership, they offer programs and services which strengthen families and encourage individuals to achieve their fullest potential. Junior enlisted families are always in need of household items such as furniture, appliances, kitchen goods and especially things for babies.

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http://www.assistanceleaguesb.org/fundraising.html

Assistance League of Santa Barbara is a nonprofit all volunteer organization that develops and implements philanthropic programs to benefit children and adults in Santa Barbara County.

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http://aysusa.org/

Associated Youth Services (AYS) serves Kansas youth in crisis situations. Programs offered include foster care, emergency shelter, drug and alcohol prevention and community health. Their mission is to advance the social, educational, health and overall success of youth and their families. They envision youth and families engaged in their community, recognizing life’s unlimited opportunities and reaching their full potential.

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www.austinhumanesociety.org

Austin Humane Society is dedicated to saving Austin’s homeless cats and dogs, educating their community about responsible pet ownership and reducing pet over-population.

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http://foundation.missoulacatholicschools.org

Bargain Corner is a thrift store with all proceeds going to Missoula catholic schools. Donations are always welcome.

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http://www.goadelante.org/bargain_square.html

Bargain Square is a thrift store that sells gently used furniture, clothing, appliances and household items at great prices. The money generated from Bargain Square supports Adelante programs for people with disabilities, but more importantly, the store provides retail training and employment for over 30 people with disabilities.

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www.basketsforbabies.org

Baskets for Babies help provide the necessities for babies of families that are struggling with hardships. All help is provided on a loaner basis and so donated items are reused many times.

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www.batteriesplus.com

Batteries Plus recycles batteries and many portable electronics. Recycling of batteries reduces waste in our landfills, stops harmful chemicals from contaminating soil and water, and preserves our environment by decreasing the need for new raw materials from the earth.

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http://www.bethelstorehouse.org/

Bethel Community Store House assists the homeless and impoverished population of the Greater Estancia Valley through their food pantry, senior program, emergency shelter, clothing and housewares provisions.

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http://www.bethesdaok.org/

Bethesda offers therapeutic services to sexually abused children and to their non-offending caregivers throughout the state of Oklahoma. Healing takes place one step at a time. With the support of trained therapists, these courageous and strong children make amazing progress. Bethesda is a healing place for broken hearts.

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http://www.bbbsnn.org/site/c.aiINI5NMKeKYF/b.7529395/k.F024/Home_Page.htm

The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

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http://www.bigbrothersbigsistersnca.org

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Arkansas has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. They make meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 6 through 18, who develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.

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http://www.bbbsok.org

Big Brothers Big Sisters targets the children who need them the most, including those living in single parent homes, growing up in poverty and coping with parental incarceration. They pair children, ages 6 through 18, with role models in one-to-one mentoring relationships.

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http://www.bbbsn.org/

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada is a leader in youth mentoring services. They work to develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting impact on the lives of youth in the community, ages 6 through 18.

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http://bikesnotbombs.org/about

Bikes Not Bombs uses the bicycle as a vehicle for social change. They reclaim thousands of bicycles each year and ship most of  them overseas to economic development projects through their international programs in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. Bikes that don’t get shipped often land in their youth programs where teens learn bicycle safety and mechanics skills in the process of earning bikes to keep for themselves. Their retail bike shop also reconditions and sells some of the donated bikes that they receive, employing many graduates of their programs. The Shop’s profit from the bicycle sales, parts sales and repairs goes towards funding their youth and international work.

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http://www.bluelotusfarm.org/
 
Blue Lotus Farm serves at-risk, physically disadvantaged and the mentally challenged by providing recreational programs and curative workshops in a caring and inspiring 64-acre day camp setting. Donations of outdoor gear are greatly appreciated and insure that Blue Lotus will continue to provide a safe respite and healing space for those with any special needs.

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http://action.aac.org/site/PageServer?pagename=boomerangs_whatisboom

Boomerangs is owned and operated by AIDS Action Committee of MA, Inc., New England’s first and largest AIDS organization. All proceeds from Boomerangs support AIDS Action’s work to prevent new infections, support those affected and tackle the root causes of HIV/AIDS. 

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http://www.hsbgc.org/

Boys & Girls Clubs of Hot Springs provides 1,000 youth, a safe, structured and positive environment for after school, during holidays and summer vacation. They serve young people through life-enhancing programs and character development experiences, ongoing relationships with caring, adult professionals and hope and opportunity for all.

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http://www.bgchutch.com/

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hutchinson have hundreds of members who attend one of four club locations. They serve low to moderate income youth with programming in character, leadership, education, life skills, the arts and sports. The impact on the lives of these youth ranges from a new sense of self-esteem and higher academic achievement to youth being directed away from gang involvement.

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http://www.bgcwn.org

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada provide a variety of facility based programs that enable all youth to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring individuals.

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http://www.boystown.org/nevada/

Boys Town Nevada brings an innovative approach to child and family care to those in need. The site has five Family Homes in Las Vegas, where boys and girls learn valuable skills that give them a foundation for a brighter future. 

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http://www.breadoflifemission.org/

The Bread of Life Mission exists to overcome the cycle of homelessness in men’s and women’s lives through a Christ-centered complete recovery model.

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http://www.bridging.org/documents/DonateFurniture-ChangeLives.pdf

Bridging was founded on the simple concept that community resources should be shared with those in need. Their purpose is to bridge the gap between the haves and the have nots. Their mission is to provide families and individuals transitioning out of homelessness and poverty with a one-time gift of quality furniture and household goods to stabilize and improve lives while effectively using community resources. 

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www.budswarehouse.org

BUD’S stands for Building Unity and Dignity through Service. Their mission is to rebuild lives through their career and life-skill development program for employees. BUD’s vision is to use recycled building materials in a combination home improvement thrift store and job training and employment program for the disadvantaged.

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http://www.bignyc.org/
 
Build It Green – NYC is New York City’s only non-profit retail outlet for salvaged and surplus building materials. Their warehouse has everything from panel doors to high end refrigerators and shutters to movie props. They are able to keep these materials out of the landfill, while offering deep discounts on their resale.

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http://www.call2recycle.org/

Call2Recycle is a program of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) promoting environmental sustainability by providing free battery and cell phone recycling in North America. RBRC is a 501(c)4 nonprofit public service organization. They invite you to join their efforts to advance green business practices and environmental sustainability.

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http://www.campaldersgate.net/

Camp Aldersgate enriches the lives of children and youth who have medical or physical conditions or developmental delays, through educational and recreational opportunities in an out-of-doors camp environment. Hundreds of campers come each year from across Arkansas and from surrounding states to enjoy an experience of a lifetime.

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http://www.bccarehouse.org/

CARE House provides services and resources for children who are victims of sexual abuse and severe physical abuse. Their services are provided in a home-like environment where children feel safe and comfortable.

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http://www.careergear.org

Career Gear not only provides suits for job interviews, but they continue to work in partnership with job-training programs and community based organizations to provide low cost, high impact solutions that complement community based organizations. It is because of their mission that they have helped over 30,000 men who are low income move from poverty to self-sufficiency.

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http://caritasofaustin.org/index.php

Caritas of Austin helps Travis County individuals and families facing homelessness or a housing crisis to access housing or attain housing stability. Caritas has a range of services to offer from emergency rent and utilities assistance to long term housing provision. They provide lunches to anyone, no questions asked, and some groceries to their clients. They also provide educational programs and assist with locating employment.

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http://carlsbadshelter.com/

Carlsbad Battered Families Shelter wants to make sure that victims of domestic violence are aware of various services that may help them in their time of need. Domestic violence is a vicious cycle and there are services available to help break that cycle.

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http://www.casaesperanzanm.org/

Casa Esperanza works with area hospitals to extend the best “human” care available. They provide appropriate housing and emotional support for patients and their families who reside temporarily in Albuquerque while the patient receives treatment. Casa Esperanza’s families come from all backgrounds and income levels, but they share one thing in common – each family is facing fear and emotional upheaval.

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http://www.catholiccharitiesusa.org/page.aspx?pid=292

Catholic Charities serves a wide range of disadvantaged populations: dependent, abused and neglected children; unemployed or homeless adults; parents and children requiring family counseling; people struggling as the result of drug abuse or alcoholism; senior citizens with special needs; and many more. They seek to break the cycle of poverty, abuse and neglect. They empower people to make permanent changes in their lives leading to self-sufficient, dignified lifestyles.

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http://www.ccasfnm.org/

Catholic Charities in the Archdiocese of Santa Fe creates hope for those in need by promoting self-sufficiency, strengthening families, fighting poverty and building community.

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http://www.catholiccharitiesks.org/

Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas serves those who are challenged by poverty of mind, body and spirit by providing help, hospitality and hope. Their programs and services focus on family stabilization, strengthening and healthcare.

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http://www.catholiccharities.com/

Catholic Charities includes 24 diverse programs designed to help people from infants to seniors regardless of race, religion or creed.

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http://www.cssalabama.org/

Catholic Social Services of Montgomery expresses concern for social justice and the well-being of people in need through a variety of programs.

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http://www.cdsaok.org/

CDSA Community Solutions works with others to identify needs, secure resources and deliver services that improve lives in the community.

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http://www.ccfinorman.org/

The Center for Children and Families offers strength-based programs and services to aide and educate families coping with abuse, neglect, divorce, separation, teenage pregnancy, a lack of quality out-of-school care and/or other adverse experiences.

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http://www.chs-nw.org/default.aspx

The Center for Human Services (CHS) is strengthening the community through counseling, education and support to children, youth, adults, and families. They helps individuals and families develop skills and strengthen behaviors that allow them to become self-reliant and dependently stronger on natural supports. CHS encourages positive mental health, prevents and treats addictions, supports youth academic success, assists parents’ engagement in their children’s learning, and strengthens relationships and parenting skills to create an environment that values and respects diversity.

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http://www.childprotect.org/

The trauma of being abused is more than any child deserves. Child Protect exists to minimize that trauma initially and during the justice and restoration process to help rebuild little lives shattered by abuse.

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http://www.childrensaid.org/

Children’s Aid Society provides services to families in need or who are at risk. They help parents with the skills and resources they need to keep families together or, when children could not remain with their own families, other homes have been provided through foster care or adoption.

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http://www.childrensshelterhome.org/CESH/Welcome.html

The Children’s Emergency Shelter provides a safe, secure and loving environment to children removed from their homes through no fault of their own. Children are placed in the shelter with referrals from local law enforcement and foster groups.

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http://www.chsmo.org/

Children’s Home Society is dedicated to improving the quality of life for children in need. Their adoption and pregnancy counseling services continue to build strong families. They also provide short and long term care for children with significant developmental disabilities. Click here to see their current list of needs.

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http://www.christsbody.org/

Christ’s Body Ministries feeds, clothes, and shares the gospel 365 days a year with Denver’s poor, hungry, and hurting. In addition, they provide a safe warm day-shelter to all during the week with hot meals, bathrooms, showers, laundry, and phone service. They furnish over 5,000 bags of groceries each year to those who would have otherwise gone without. They supply well over 40,000 meals each year to homeless families and poor people in the inner-city. They provide coats, clothing, socks, gloves, blankets, sleeping bags, toiletries, personal items, transportation, emergency assistance, and referrals to other agencies.

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http://christmissions.org/

Christian Mission Centers provide physical, emotional and spiritual support for those in need. What started in one small building has grown to a network of hot meals service, homeless shelters, bargain stores, substance abuse treatment and ministries reaching across all ages, and from all backgrounds. The stores also serve as work training centers to help residents learn vital skills needed to become financially independent and return to the work force.

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www.cssil.org

Christian Social Services of Illinois provides direct services to persons of all backgrounds with social and emotional needs across the continuum of life. CSSIL provides comprehensive adoption services, foster care, the St. John Bosco Children’s Center, individual, family and school counseling, senior employment services and referral services throughout Southern Illinois.

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www.circleofconcern.org

Circle Of Concern feeds the hungry and provides long-term and emergency assistance to low-income families. They create opportunities for needy families to re-establish themselves as productive members in the community.

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http://www.cleantheworld.org/default.asp

Clean the World collects and recycles soap and shampoo products discarded by the hospitality industry every day, or collected through a soap drive. The distribution of these and other donated hygiene products to impoverished people, they prevent the millions of deaths caused by hygiene-related illnesses every day.

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http://www.colfaxcommunitynetwork.org/

Colfax Community Network advocates for, and works on behalf of, children and families residing in low-income, transient housing (primarily residential motels) along Colfax Avenue by providing information, services and programs to strengthen and improve family and community life.

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http://www.cjfsbham.org/

Collat Jewish Family Services is dedicated to meeting the financial, emotional and physical needs of the Birmingham Jewish and general communities by providing an array of services that strengthen individuals and families and enhance self-sufficiency.

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http://www.coloradocoalition.org/

The Colorado Coalition for the Homeless provides a continuum of housing and a variety of services to improve the health, well-being and stability of at-risk families, children and individuals who are homeless throughout Colorado. They are recognized nationally as a leader in the integration of housing, healthcare, support services and child care for persons experiencing homelessness.

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http://elkoharborhouse.com/

The Committee Against Domestic Violence is a community-based organization that works to prevent and eliminate domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking through direct services to victims, education and prevention. Recognizing the struggle of victims to end the violence in their lives and the lives of their children, the Committee Against Domestic Violence provides free and confidential services to not only victims of physical abuse but also to victims of emotional, verbal, economical, sexual abuse and stalking regardless of where they live in Northern Nevada.

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http://www.donatecsb.org/

Community Services for the Blind raises funds to support SightConnection programs and services for people who are blind or visually impaired. Your donation of clothing and household goods supports independent living services for people with vision loss.

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http://www.compasshousingalliance.org/

Compass Housing Alliance develops and provides essential services and affordable housing for homeless and low-income people in the greater Puget Sound region. They offer unique services and structured programs that promote the dignity of each person and lead individuals from homelessness to independence and healthy community life. Services include hygiene facilities (showers and laundry), banking and mailing, emergency shelters, transitional housing and permanent low-income housing.

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http://cradlecare.org

Conway Cradle Care helps teens moms complete their education by supporting their academic and emotional needs as well as the developmental needs of their children.

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http://www.corkforest.org/cork_reharvest.php
 
Cork ReHarvest has led the cork recycling movement in the US and Canada, helping to collect and recycle some of the billions of natural corks that are produced each year. They also educate the public about the vital importance of preserving and protecting the Mediterranean cork forests. Cork collection boxes are placed in grocery stores, wine and bottle shops and winery tasting rooms. They also partner with the Food and Beverage and Hospitality industries to collect cork at restaurants, hotels, wine bars, convention and performing arts centers. The major goal for this recycling program is to reduce the corks’ carbon footprint.

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http://www.ccolife.org/

Cornerstone Community Outreach was created to raise the quality of life for low-income residents of the Chicago area through social, educational and economic development programs that include: development & preservation of decent & affordable housing for the poor, job training & creation, educational & social programs, as well as feeding and sheltering the homeless.

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http://www.couragepickup.org/gd.donations/main/acceptableDonations.aspx

Courage Center is a non-profit rehabilitation and resource center that empowers people with disabilities to realize their full potential in every aspect of life. They use a holistic approach that includes comprehensive rehabilitation therapies, independent living services, drivers services, a community reintegration program, accessible aquatics and fitness programs, camps, and adapted sports and recreation programs. 

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http://cradlestocrayons.org/about

Cradles to Crayons provides children ages 0 to 12 with some of the most important basics of life—free of charge. In other words, they provide all the physical goods that children need to be safe, protected from the elements and ready to learn. And by supplying them with high-quality used or new goods, they make children feel valued.

They partner with social-service organizations to connect communities that have surplus resources—new or used items in good condition—with communities that desperately need access to those resources. When you donate to Cradles to Crayons, you can be absolutely sure that your donation will go to a deserving local child, for whom the donation was specifically requested.

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http://www.crossroadsabq.org/

Crossroads for Women is a transition program for homeless women with co-occurring addictive and mental health disorders. They help women create safe, secure and drug free lifestyles for themselves and their children. As well as futures of economic self-sufficiency. They also provide programming in the local jail and work closely with women reintegrating to the community after incarcerations.

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http://clnkids.org/

Cuidando los Niños provides children experiencing homelessness access to accredited early childhood development in a setting that supports the development of individual and family strengths. They are also a community leader and advocate for social change necessary to break the cycle of homelessness.

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http://www.dcalservices.com/

Dcal Services, LLC is a computer and electronic recycling center. They disassemble computers and electric components, salvage reusable parts for in-store sales and separate and sends other components to final processors instead of landfills. They also accept household appliances. Most items are free to recycle, though there is a nominal cost for some items such as monitors.

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http://www.denverrescuemission.org/

The Denver Rescue Mission is changing lives in the name of Christ by meeting people at their physical and spiritual points of need, with the goal of returning them to society as productive, self-sufficient citizens. They provide people in need with transitional housing, long-term rehabilitation programs, food, furniture, clothing and much more!

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http://www.denum.org/

Denver Urban Ministries provides emergency and stabilization services for all people in need. They provides food, rent/utility assistance, infant items, and legal advice to enable those in crisis to reach a level of stabilization. Staff and volunteers also work with each family to offer internal and external referrals to meet all of a family’s needs.

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http://dismashousenewmexico.org/

Dismas House is a beacon of hope and safe passage for adults transitioning from jail or prison into society. They are dedicated to serving formerly incarcerated adults and seeing the hope and potential for good in each of their residents.

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http://www.dvic2.org/

Domestic Violence Intervention Center provides a 24-hour crisis line, confidential emergency shelter, counseling, legal advocacy, referrals to agencies and organizations that assist victims, support groups and a school based violence prevention program. They are the only organization of its kind in a five-county service area. They have gained the respect of victims, the public and law enforcement for providing quality care to victims of domestic violence. Both their shelter and thrift store provide clients with needed household items and clothing at no cost.

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http://www.dvs-snoco.org/index

Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County (DVS) is dedicated to ending domestic abuse by providing a wide range of services for victims, including their children and by facilitating social change. They are the only program in Snohomish County providing emergency shelter and comprehensive, confidential services to victims of domestic abuse.  They also work within the community to create an environment which is safe, responsive and supportive of domestic abuse victims and their children.

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http://www.doorwaysva.org/

Doorways for Women & Children create pathways out of domestic violence and homelessness toward safe and stable lives. Donations help meet the ongoing need of supplying food, personal care and household items to 35+ families in crisis that are served each day.

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http://www.doorwayshousing.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=35

Doorways is a non-profit organization that provides housing and related services to individuals and families living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. 

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http://www.connectionstosuccess.org/

Connections to Success provides a variety of programs for women transitioning from generational poverty, incarceration, domestic violence and other disadvantaged situations. They offer support groups, mentoring, training and education for women returning to the workforce.  Their Dress for Success program help women locate professional attire to wear for job interviews. Their Wheels for Success program provides donated automobiles to individuals currently involved in the program.

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http://www.dumaswesley.org/

The Dumas Wesley Community Center educates, empowers and enriches the local community through collaborative programs of Christian service that provide for immediate human needs, strengthen family life, develop leadership and encourage personal responsibility.

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http://esgw-nrm.easterseals.com

Easter Seals-Goodwill Northern Rocky Mountain currently operates Goodwill stores in Montana and Southern Idaho and Utah. The stores provide vocational training sites for individuals with developmental, physical or emotional disabilities, as well as people who are unemployed due to educational or vocational disadvantages. Participants develop and improve their work skills and gain work experience. Proceeds from the stores are used to pay the wages of these workers and to support additional Easter Seals-Goodwill programs and services.

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http://www.baldwinemi.com/

Ecumenical Ministries is a comprehensive social service agency that has been providing services to low income families and individuals for over forty years. Donations help support their social service programs. They are either sold through their thrift store or made available to their clients free of charge as needed.

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http://www.elcentroinc.com/

El Centro strives to strengthen communities and empower families through educational, social and economic opportunities. Their programs and services are aimed at strengthening family ties and, as a result, to make the community a better place to live and work.

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http://www.emmasharvesthome.com/

Emma’s Harvest Home is a community-based organization providing residential treatment services for women struggling with addiction and mental illness. Their programs prepare women for sobriety by offering them opportunities that enhance their skills, knowledge and interest, and assist them in becoming self-sufficient, productive adults.

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http://eventleftovers.com/

Event Leftovers is an online marketplace to buy and sell new and gently used party supplies. Whether you are an event professional, or someone who throws parties for family and friends, this site is for you. Recycling your event leftovers through this website helps the environment, can make you some extra money and helps you find some great deals.  Registration is free and it is free to post. However, there is a service fee assessed to the seller once an item sells. They also donate a portion of their premium listing fees to breast cancer research.

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http://www.familyconnection-inc.org/

Family Connection is a non-profit child and family services agency who provides a variety of crisis prevention and intervention programs. They are dedicated to building positive futures for the community’s most vulnerable children, teens and families.

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https://www.denvergov.org/DenverHumanServices

The Family Crisis Center provides a range of services and settings that offer hope and opportunity for children and their families. Their residential programs serve boys and girls from age 10 through age 18 by providing temporary shelter while they are awaiting a more permanent placement setting and therapeutic services to the child and family.

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http://www.familypromisebc.org/

Family Promise of Baldwin County is a community response to the issue of homelessness in Baldwin County, specifically homeless families with children.

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http://familysunshine.org/

The Family Sunshine Center exists to end family violence and sexual assault and to foster hope and healing in seven Alabama counties. They offer services not only to victims with immediate crisis needs but also those ready to move out of emergency shelter and into self-sufficient lifestyles.

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http://fightingcancerinc.org/

Fighting Cancer encourages and provides physical, emotional, and spiritual support to cancer patients, survivors, their caregivers and friends. They visit new chemotherapy patients at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina, on the first day of treatment and deliver a sunshine box to them. All volunteers who deliver the boxes have had experience with cancer, either as a survivor or caregiver.

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http://www.nvfish.com/

FISH provides food, clothing, shelter and medical aid to the homeless and hungry within the community, as well as programs and referrals to families and individuals so they may become self-sufficient.

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http://www.foyadc.org/

The Fountain of Youth Adult Day Center exists to serve as a safe haven and loving refuge for care giving families. They provide excellent care, fun and stimulating activities, nutritious meals and a “family feel” environment for the precious senior citizens and other dependent adults that spend their days with them. They also work hard to provide peace of mind and a much needed break from constant care giving to care giving family members.

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http://www.gambiahelp.org/

Gambia Health Education Liaison Project, also known as GambiaHELP, exists to enable communities in Gambia, Africa to protect, conserve and improve their own health, the health of their community, and their natural environment. They do this by providing communities in Gambia with books, educational opportunities, medical help, seed money and human resources.

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http://www.girlsinccentral-al.org/

Girls Inc strives to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold. They help girls reach their fullest potential by providing gender-specific, age-appropriate programming that teach life skills and promote healthy life choices.

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http://www.girlsincfortsmith.org/
 
Girls Inc of Fort Smith is committed to providing a safe environment with educational and recreational programs that encourage girls to take risks and master physical, intellectual and emotional challenges.

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http://www.glassslipperproject.org/

The Glass Slipper Project is a 100% volunteer based, non-profit organization that gives away free prom dresses and accessories to high school juniors and seniors in Chicago and surrounding areas. They collect new and almost-new formal dresses and accessories and provides them, free of charge, to students who are unable to purchase their own prom attire. 

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http://www.goodwill.org/

At Goodwill, the sales of your donations help fund job training programs, employment placement services and other community-based programs for people who have disabilities, lack education or job experience or face employment challenges.  Goodwill accepts your new or gently used items.

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http://www.goodwill-easterseals.org/

With your donations, Goodwill Easter Seals is helping over 8,600 people with disabilities along the Gulf Coast. Your donations make their programs and services possible. From early intervention services for kids with disabilities to day care and parent training, from literacy and education programs, to programs helping people get jobs, from senior citizen programs to sending people with disabilities to experience the outdoors at Camp ASCAA to medical assistance services for those who cannot afford it… all of this is made possible through your donated goods.

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http://www.goodwillnm.org/

Goodwill Industries of New Mexico provides skill development, work opportunities and career-building services to people with barriers to employment.

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www.goodwilldenver.org

Goodwill Industries of Denver works with both teens and adults to help them get the education and training they need to obtain and sustain meaningful employment and improve their lives. Goodwill’s retail division funds highly successful programs in workforce development and help people find the tools to succeed at work and in life.

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http://www.goodwillsocal.org/

Goodwill of Southern California (GSC) has enhanced the quality of life of people with disabilities or other disadvantages by providing education, training and job opportunities to assist them in becoming more self-sufficient and productive. Through the sales generated in their retail stores and donation centers, they are able to offer critical job-development services to thousands of local residents.

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http://www.sngoodwill.org/

Goodwill of Southern Nevada provides education, employment and training for people with disabilities and other special needs to maximize the quality of life for each individual served.

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http://www.greendisk.com/

Now there is one place to responsibly and securely dispose of all your computer-related waste, spent supplies and obsolete accessories.  GreenDisk handles all your technotrash disposal needs from a CD to a PC and just about everything in between. You can stop worrying about what to do with all of that old technotrash piling up in your office, store room, attic, or garage.  Let GreenDisk safely and securely destroy your old data, recover reusable components, and recycle all of the rest of your accumulated technotrash – all at your convenience, at home or at work.

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http://www.habitat.org/getinv/materials_donations.aspx

Habitat for Humanity builds safe and affordable homes for people in need. Many of them operate ReStores, which sell reusable and surplus building materials, furniture and appliances to the public. The proceeds fund local Habitat house construction. 

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http://www.habitatlasvegas.org/

Habitat for Humanity Las Vegas works to make the community a better place to live for everyone by building single family homes. They revitalize and stabilize neighborhoods that cannot support private development. Sponsors, donors, volunteers and families work together to build homes, settle families and grow a community of neighbors.

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http://www.habitatbirmingham.org/

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Birmingham provides affordable housing options. Volunteers work alongside the homeowners to help build homes, communities and hope.

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http://www.habitatnashville.org/restore

Habitat’s ReStores sell new and used home and office furnishings and building supplies at a fraction of retail prices and uses the proceeds to help Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville build new houses, deconstructs older homes and reconstructs homes in need of renewal and repair. Sales from the Nashville stores have provided homes for more than 16 local families. Your dollars make a difference with us!

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http://www.morganhabitat.org/

Habitat for Humanity of Morgan County is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing. They provide opportunities for the community to show God’s love in action in partnership with people in need. Together they break the cycle of poverty by providing decent, affordable housing and improving the quality of life of partner families.

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http://www.habitatswalabama.org/

Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Alabama is a Christian housing ministry. They are dedicated to eliminating poverty housing as a matter of conscience and action. Habitat builds simple decent houses in partnership with people in need in the community. Through donations of time, materials and investment, Habitat houses are sold to families at no profit, financed with affordable no-interest loans.

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http://www.stcharlesrestore.org/

The Habitat St. Charles ReStore is a building materials thrift store.  Donated building materials and select home goods, both new and used, are sold to the public at extremely discounted prices.  All donated items receive a tax deduction receipt and are resold tax free for an even bigger savings!  The funds raised help build simple, decent, affordable homes for deserving families in St. Charles County.

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http://www.habitatwilliamson.org/restore

The Habitat ReStore carries items you would find at your local home improvement and furniture store at a fraction of the retail price. They provide an environmentally and socially responsible way to keep thousands of good, reusable materials out of land fills.Through its sales, the ReStore helps Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County to provide affordable, energy efficient homes for low income families.

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http://harfordfamilyhouse.org/

Harford Family House provides transitional housing, support and resources for homeless families with children in Harford County with the goal of being able to help them transition into stable/permanent housing in the end.

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http://www.havenhouseinc.org/

Haven House helps domestic violence victims gain immediate safety and provides them with the knowledge, skills and resources to succeed in life, free of violence.

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http://www.healthforfriends.org/

Health for Friends believes healthy communities begin with healthy individuals. They provide free or low-cost patient-centered health care to the medically needy.

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http://www.heartsdesireinc.org/

The mission of Heart’s Desire is to provide Biblical solutions for individuals with life-controlling issues. Heart’s Desire endeavors to help individuals become mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually whole through counseling, crisis help and residential programs.

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http://www.heartsandhooves.com/

Hearts and Hooves enriches the lives of people with disability through partnership with horses by providing equine assisted activities to persons with disabilities.

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http://www.hgrm.org/

HGRM collects and redistributes furniture and household goods free of charge to individuals and families in need. 

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http://www.homedepot.com/
 
As part of Home Depot’s long term commitment to the environment and sustainability, they are offering FREE in-store fluorescent bulb recycling at all stores nationwide. Just look for signs and collection units in your stores.

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http://www.homesforourtroops.org/site/PageServer

Homes for Our Troops is committed to helping those who have selflessly given to our country and have returned home with serious disabilities and injuries since September 11, 2001. They assist severely injured Veterans and their immediate families by raising donations of money, building materials and professional labor to build homes for them that provides maximum freedom of movement and the ability to live more independently.

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http://www.hopecloset.com/

Hope Closet is a non-profit organization working to provide young women with the opportunity to attend special high school events with a dress of their choice regardless of financial constraints or limitations.

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http://www.hopeservices.org/

Hope Services helps people with developmental disabilities to be valued and participating members of their communities. They provide their clients with job training, job placement and independent living services.

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http://hruth.org/

The House of Ruth Maryland provides women victims of violence, and their children, with services necessary to rebuild their lives safely and free of fear. They have an 84-bed shelter, 6 apartment transitional housing units and an on-site health clinic.

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http://www.housingworks.org

Housing Works provides housing, medical, prevention and support services for those living in New York.  Their mission is to end the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS through relentless advocacy.

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http://www.igoks.com/Welcome.html

Infinite Growth Opportunities (IGO) provides opportunities for personal growth; creates social change; and adds value to their community by helping people improve their physical and mental health through gardening and growing their own food.

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http://www.interfaithhospitality.org/

The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Denver along with over 50 congregations, assist homeless families by providing temporary shelter, meals, transportation and assistance finding work, housing, counseling and supportive services.

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http://ihs-housing.org/

Interfaith Housing Services develops, promotes and implements programs that assist persons of low to moderate incomes to meet their housing needs.

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http://www.interfaithcalhoun.org/

Interfaith Ministries is a coalition of religious organizations with a mission of developing and coordinating resources and volunteers to meet human needs. They provide benevolence to individuals and families in need through emergency assistance, homelessness, prescription medicine, food, holiday assistance and dental care.

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http://www.iworksmc.org/

Interfaith Works goal is to meet the needs of the poor and homeless in Montgomery County, Maryland. Their programs shelter, cloth and feed those in need and provide supportive services with the goal of helping them achieve self-sufficiency.

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http://jewishfamilyservice.org/

Jewish Family Service of Colorado (JFS) serves metro Denver and Boulder, helping seniors age in place, providing mental health counseling to individuals and families in distress, offering training and placement services to those with barriers to employment, and providing crisis intervention and food to people in need. JFS is committed to providing vital community resources to anyone facing a life challenge.

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http://www.jwcenter.org/

Jubilee Women’s Center provides homeless and low-income women a safe and supportive place to live, while at the same time becoming self-reliant in housing and employment. They believe in providing job training, education, affordable housing and supportive services so these women can achieve and maintain independence.

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http://www.recycleminnesota.org/programs/key-to-recycle.html 

Key to Recycle is a statewide key recycling program offered in Minnesota to businesses and other organizations.  It is a free program to recycle old unwanted keys¸ and best of all anyone can participate.  The key recycling bins are collected by individuals with developmental disabilities at local vocational centers and sorted by metal type to be properly recycled. 

 

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http://www.kidfoundation.org/

KID Foundation is a Colorado public charity which is the fundraising arm of the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation. The mission of the SPD Foundation is to enhance the quality of life for children with SPD and their families. All proceeds donated by the KID Foundation to the SPD Foundation are used for SPD research, education and advocacy.

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http://www.dawsonchurch.org/kidsconnection

Kids Connection is a ministry of the Dawson Family of Faith and its purpose is to show God’s love to the least of these by providing for the physical and spiritual needs of children from birth to age 16 whose parents or guardians do not have the resources to meet all of those needs.

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http://www.lashares.org/

LA Shares is a non-profit materials reuse program which takes donations of reusable goods and materials (both new and used) and redistributes these items free of charge to non-profits and schools throughout Los Angeles County. This is accomplished by using their interactive website where interested schools and non-profits create an online profile of their organization, including a “Wish List” and “Top 20 List” of needed items. This profile is then entered into their unique, relational database, which proactively identifies each organization’s needs and continuously seeks to match those needs with the donated items on record. When a need is matched, the recipient is notified, via e-mail, to come to one of our two area warehouses to retrieve their items or instructed to go directly to the donor for pick-up. Either way, this state-of-the-art system is designed to help schools and non-profits obtain needed items quickly.

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http://www.lawrenceshelter.org/

The Lawrence Community Shelter provides safe shelter and comprehensive services and programs that provide a path to a positive future for people experiencing homelessness and those that are at risk for homelessness.

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http://leftoversetc.com/

Leftovers, etc. is a community-based educational and environmental resource and learning center that provides free and affordable, traditional and non-traditional, school supplies for use as learning tools to public and private school educators, home school educators, early childhood educators, and organizations working with low-income parents. They provide instruction in developmentally appropriate, educational, family-centered activities for low-income, at risk and special needs youth. They also support local and national artists seeking “found objects.”

The list of stuff they take is endless. Check it out here.

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http://www.lifeworksaustin.org/

Life Works supports youth and families in their strong determination to achieve self-sufficiency and to make generational changes. Life Works has identified four basic cornerstones necessary to this scale of success – counseling, housing, education/workforce and youth development.

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http://www.loavesandfishes-stl.org/shelter_main.cfm 

Loaves and Fishes provides a warm bed, a roof, clothes, food, and restoration services to at least 30 homeless women and children seven days a week. It is their mission to provide a safe and warm environment to those women and children in need, while offering them a hopeful future through enrollment in restoration services including on-site visits from a nurse, domestic violence counseling, educational programs, including budgeting and career development as well as mental health counseling services.

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http://www.lihi.org/

The Low Income Housing Institute develops, owns and operates housing for the benefit of low-income, homeless and formerly homeless people in Washington state. They advocate for just housing policies at the local and national levels; and administer a range of supportive service programs to help the homeless maintain stable housing and increase their self-sufficiency.

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http://www.lssnv.org/

The Lutheran Social Services of Nevada expresses the love of Christ by serving and caring for people in need through nutrition services, supportive housing, rental/utility assistance, career assistance and in-home personal care programs.

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http://www.madre.org

MADRE’s Helping Hands program provides women around the world with first aid supplies, medical equipment, classroom materials and other necessities. With these resources women can strengthen their families and communities. You can take part by giving your reusable goods to families that would otherwise not have access to essential everyday supplies.

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http://wish.org/about
 
Since 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation® has given hope, strength and joy to children with life-threatening medical conditions. The organization started with one boy’s wish to be a police officer and has evolved into an organization that grants a child’s wish in the U.S. every 40 minutes.

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http://maneweb.org/

MANE is a non-profit organization that provides safe and effective therapeutic horseback riding opportunities to Montgomery and tri-county area children and adults with emotional, physical, cognitive and developmental disabilities.

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http://www.nellieburge.org/

Mary Ellen’s Hearth offers hope, help and healing to homeless women and children throughout the River Region. Hope is offered by providing life skills training. Help is provided through transitional housing. And healing comes through Christian love and support.

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http://www.mmp.org/

The Mary Magdalene Project gives women who have been victimized by street prostitution the opportunity to turn their lives around. Through an intensive and comprehensive program, the women learn to face and cope with the many obstacles that life has dealt them. New relationships are formed, skills and strengths are discovered. The Mary Magdalene Project is a successful program that begins the transformation.

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http://www.maryssheltergulfcoast.org/

Mary’s Shelter Gulf Coast provides family-style living for homeless adult pregnant women who choose life for their unborn child, while educating them in the life skills needed to become independent and contributing members of their community.

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http://www.mfta.org/

Materials for the Arts collects goods that are no longer needed and redistributes them to educators and arts organizations that do need them.

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http://www.mercyministries.org/splash.htm

Mercy Ministries provides group homes around the world that provide hope, healing and housing completely free-of-charge to young women, aged 13-28, who are seeking freedom from life-controlling problems such as drugs, abuse and self harm. 

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http://www.mersgoodwill.org/

When you donate and recycle your unneeded items to Goodwill, they make them available to your neighbors at affordable prices. The revenue that their forty stores earn is then invested in your community through a variety of services including skills training courses and employment programs. You can be confident that your donation to Goodwill is making a difference to improve the life of someone in your community.

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http://www.mhp-nm.org/

Metropolitan Homelessness Project works to ensure that experiences of homelessness are rare, short-lived and non-recurring.

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http://www.midwrc.net/

Midwest Recycling Center is one of only two recyclers in the state of Missouri that have achieved level 4 certification. They recycle a ton of stuff. If you can’t figure out where to recycle something, they’ll be glad to help you figure it out. 

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http://www.miriamfoundation.org/content/

The Miriam Foundation improves the quality of life for children with learning disabilities and their families through innovative and comprehensive programs.  The Miriam Switching Post accepts donations of gently used furniture and household items for re-sale (they are not a consignment shop). Proceeds from sales support the programs of the Miriam Foundation, The Miriam School and the Miriam Learning Center.

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www.themissionwear.org

Mission Wear is a non-profit sewing business that hires women with obstacles for employment. They work to create reusable products (laptop bags, totes and messenger bags among other great products) from upcycled materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill.

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http://www.moblind.org/

Missouri Council of the Blind and its affiliates are active members of the American Council of the Blind. They work for causes that affect people who are visually impaired and strives to improve their quality of life. MCB assists people with several degrees of vision loss: Totally blind-no usable vision, legally blind-visual acuity of 20/200 or less with corrective lens, or field of vision limited to 20 degrees or less, or progressive eye disease which will lead to severe vision loss.

MCB offers educational scholarships, health benefits, summer camps, special services program, public awareness programs, adaptive technology information and advocacies employment and legislation issues.

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http://motleyzoo.org/

Motley Zoo Animal Rescue saves pets and makes sure they are healthy. All animals are spayed or neutered, and they provide the training and instruction the animals need to become great pets for others!

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http://www.mulherinhome.com/

Mulherin Custodial Home is a residential home for children and adults with developmental disabilities.

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www.nwsn.org

Neighborhood Housing Services of Southern Nevada promotes affordable housing, homeownership and neighborhood revitalization in targeted areas throughout Southern Nevada. They own and manage 132 units of affordable rental housing grouped in three distinct locations and serving different income and family compositions. They strive to build better neighborhoods, block by block.

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www.nevadahomelessyouth.org

The Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth is dedicated to eliminating homelessness among Nevada’s youth and is the only youth service provider in Nevada with a continuum of services extending from street outreach and 24-hour crisis intervention services to a full-time drop-in center and independent living program.

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http://newbegin.org/

New Beginnings provides services to women and children whose lives have been affected by domestic violence – physical, emotional or sexual abuse.

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http://www.ndnm.org/

New Day Youth & Family Services engages troubled youth and their families in charting a proactive life course that will help them become meaningful and productive members of the community.

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http://newfutures.org/

New Futures partners with families and educators in their communities to ensure that children succeed in school and in life. Their programs in low-income apartment complexes build skills, foster connectedness and promote strengths.

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http://www.nhmin.org/

New Horizons Ministries strives to build relationships with homeless youth, encouraging them to exit street life. Meeting the youth’s physical needs is vital to the development of these relationships and it serves as a spring board to meet their larger emotional and spiritual needs.

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www.newvistacommunity.org

Proceeds of the New Vista Emporium Thrift Store go to support the New Vista Ranch that provides supportive living accommodations in a home-like environment for disabled adults to increase their ability to live independently.

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http://www.nikkeiconcerns.org/

Nikkei Concerns provides health services in a traditional atmosphere to primarily elderly Nikkei (Japanese) in the Pacific Northwest. Their goal in all they do is to provide services that exemplify compassion, innovation and the highest quality of care to elder members of the community and their families.

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http://www.ninelivesmattressrecycling.com/

Nine Lives Mattress Recycling is a company in the post-consumer mattress field. They recycle the components of mattresses and box springs in order to save landfill space in our communities. Nine Lives is the only mattress recycler in the southeastern United States. They currently charge a recycling fee of $5.00 per mattress or box spring.

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http://www.oasisinternational.info/index.php

OASIS International helps refugees that arrive in St Louis with nothing.  They teach them English and provide them with furniture, household items and clothes.

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http://www.operationblanketsoflove.com/

Operation Blankets of Love collects, transports and distributes recycled and new pet-related items to comfort stray, sick, neglected and abused homeless animals in shelters, rescue groups, sanctuaries and foster groups. In addition, as an Emergency Response Team, they partner with those organizations to provide relief and comfort to animals that are displaced or endangered by catastrophe.

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http://www.help4abuse.org/
 
Options provides trained advocates to listen and find resources and support for those that find themselves in a situation of domestic or sexual violence. Some of their services include 24-hour crisis intervention, counseling and a safe shelter. 

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http://occnet.org/

Ouachita Children’s Center provides quality services for abused, neglected and troubled youth that empowers them to achieve success in their home, community, school and vocation by teaching accountability, respect and trust. They provide both residential and non residential services to clients including a 24 hour emergency shelter, family needs assessments, case management and therapeutic interventions.

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http://www.ourladysinn.org/

Our Lady’s Inn is a life-affirming alternative to abortion. They are a pro-life emergency shelter/maternity home program for homeless, pregnant women and their children. More than 5,000 women, plus their children, have been sheltered and served by Our Lady’s Inn.

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http://www.ourthriftstore.org/

Our Thrift Store is a very unique thrift store. They serve a very special purpose – creating ongoing jobs for young adults with disabilities. Not only does the community benefit from low-priced items, but 100% of their proceeds go back into the GEAR Foundation’s services allowing them to expand their programs and create more jobs as they grow in size and scope.

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http://www.outofthecloset.org/

Out of the Closet Thrift Stores generate income that helps fund the medical services Aids Healthcare Foundation provides. In addition to regular retail operations, three locations also offer free HIV testing and counseling in a private area of the store.

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http://www.outdoorsforall.org/

Outdoors for All offers a variety of recreational activities for children and adults with physical, developmental and sensory disabilities. Activities are designed to include people with disabilities in typical Pacific Northwest outdoor activities and to promote education, independence, socialization, exposure to adaptive equipment and techniques. And, of course – to have lots of fun!

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http://www.pactfamily.org/

PACT is a community-based child abuse prevention program as well as a Family Resource Center that provides services to over 10,000 people each year.

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http://www.paws.org/

PAWS is a champion for animals—rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife, sheltering and adopting homeless cats and dogs, and educating people to make a better world for animals and people.

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http://www.penelopehouse.org

The mission of Penelope House is to provide safety, protection and support to the victims of domestic violence and their children through the provision of shelter, advocacy and individual and community education. Donations to Penelope’s Closet are given to clients and/or sold to raise money for the programs at Penelope House.

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http://www.phoenixhousetuscaloosa.com/

The Phoenix House is a residential rehab facility, serving men and women in the west Alabama community. They assist individuals in their recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and help them return to society as productive members.

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http://pikemarketseniorcenter.giving.officelive.com/default.aspx 

The Pike Market Senior Center serves people 55 and older, most of whom are living in poverty, by providing free hot meals, social services, employment opportunities and activities that promote wellness and engagement.

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http://www.plymouthhousing.org/                                                                   

Plymouth Housing Group works to eliminate homelessness and stabilize homeless and very low-income people in housing by preserving, developing and operating safe, decent, affordable housing, and by providing opportunities for them to improve their lives. They also service formerly homeless residents with their Essential Supply Center providing a place for them to get essential items they might not otherwise be able to afford.

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http://potentialsresale.org/

Potentials is a non-profit upscale resale boutique whose revenues support services at Youth In Need.  Your donations are tax deductible and help provide housing, counseling and educational opportunities for thousands of children, teens and families throughout the six counties in eastern Missouri.

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http://www.procession.org/

The Procession of the Species Celebration empowers communities to engage in cultural relationships with the natural world as a means of sustaining efforts of environmental protection and restoration. Their Community Art Studio relies on donations of usable items and supplies that can be magically transformed into art for the procession. 

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http://www.projectbackpackstlouis.org/id4.html 

Project Backpack was created to help children in the St Louis area that are the silent victims of domestic violence. They provide backpacks to police departments, social service agencies, domestic violence shelters and Department of Family Services workers for children who are removed from their homes usually with nothing but the clothes on their backs. The backpacks make the transition from crisis situations to foster homes more tolerable. Often this is all the children will have with them for quite some time.

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http://www.projectlinus.org/ 

As Charles Schulz’s Linus character from the PEANUTS comic strip was comforted by his blanket, Project Linus strives to do the same and more for children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need. The blankets distributed to these children provide love, a sense of security, warmth, and comfort.

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http://www.providencenetwork.org/

Providence Network is a Denver faith-based, urban transformational housing organization that helps men, women and families heal from addictions, abuse and homelessness to become self-sufficient, productive members of the community. They do this by providing food and shelter, counseling, nurturing, life and skill training and much more!

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http://www.readwest.org/

ReadWest, Inc is a non-profit adult literacy agency providing one-to-one tutoring by trained certified volunteers, FREE OF CHARGE.

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http://www.rtseattle.org/

Rebuilding Together Seattle (RTS) provides donated repair services for homeowners in need so they can continue to live independently in warmth and safety.

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www.rtsnv.org

Rebuilding Together Southern Nevada (RTSNV) provides free home repairs and accessibility modifications for low-income homeowners. They work with the community to preserve affordable homeownership by bringing volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners throughout Southern Nevada. Services are provided at no cost to qualified homeowners.

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http://recork.org/

ReCORK is a natural wine cork recycling program. Natural cork, the kind used in wine closures, is a perfect choice for recycling. It’s 100% natural, biodegradable and renewable. There is no reason natural wine corks should end up as garbage when recycled cork can become flooring tiles, building insulation, automotive gaskets, craft materials, soil conditioner and sports equipment.

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http://www.recycleminnesota.org/programs/recycle-your-holidays.html 

Recycle Your Holidays is a one-of-a-kind statewide holiday light recycling program in Minnesota. Residents can drop-off their unwanted light strands at one of their 400+ participating locations during the holiday season starting November 15 and running through the end of January each year. This program employs over 200 individuals with developmental disabilities at vocational centers throughout the state of Minnesota. Every bulb of the light strand is dismantled by vocational center clients and then properly recycled.

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http://www.davthriftstores.com/

Red Racks Thrift stores are owned and operated by the Disabled American Veterans, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of our nation’s veterans. When you shop or donate to Red Racks you’re helping provide education, housing, health and rehabilitation services at no cost to our military veterans. They also recycle just about everything under the sun, from old t-shirts to console televisions and everything in between.

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http://www.rvrfoodbank.org/

The River Valley Regional Food Bank distributes food to front line agencies and missions who serve people that otherwise are unable to provide adequate food for themselves or their families.

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http://www.rnaworldwide.com/

RNA WorldWide is an electronics, appliances, and metals recycling company that provides a secure full service commercial and industrial pick-up and drop off recycling center.

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http://www.rmhca.org/

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Alabama provides a warm welcome and a temporary home to the families of children receiving medical care.

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http://www.rmhclittlerock.org/

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Arkansas (RMHCA) is dedicated to enhancing the lives of children and their families by creating and supporting programs that directly improve the health and well being of children. Programs address the most urgent needs of the community to keep kids healthy and happy. These needs include how families can stay near and support a hospitalized child, how to afford staying together in another city while a child is undergoing treatment and how a child can receive basic dental care in an underserved community.

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www.Ronaldhouse.org

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver’s focus is to provide comfortable, low-cost housing to out-of-town mothers and fathers needing to be near their children that are hospitalized.

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http://www.rmhc-nm.org/

Ronald McDonald House Charities of New Mexico provides comfort, care and a home away from home for families of children with medical needs.

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http://www.rootsinfo.org/

ROOTS delivers critical services to homeless young adults and other low income persons. They provide safe emergency overnight shelter 7 nights a week to young adults, ages 18-25, hot dinner and breakfast, opportunities for personal hygiene (including laundry and showers) and other services.

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http://www.rosiesplace.org/Page.aspx?pid=247

Since 1974 poor and homeless women, age 18-80, have found an oasis of hope and nourishment at Rosie’s Place. The mission of Rosie’s Place is to help women maintain their dignity, seek opportunity and find security in their lives. Many of the women they assist are working and in housing but simply can’t make ends meet. Some are newly homeless, while other women have been living on the streets for years. Approximately one-third of their guests have children. Some of their guests are living with HIV/AIDS or have hidden disabilities such as addiction or mental illnesses that prevent them from effectively integrating into society. 

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http://www.ryther.org/

Ryther is a recognized leader in behavioral health services for children and their families facing complex challenges. They are dedicated to providing comprehensive services and innovative treatments. They guide, coach and teach so that every child and family they work with may experience new ways of thinking, develop positive relationships and realize a better life.

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http://safehousenm.org/

S.A.F.E. House shelters and empowers survivors of intimate partner domestic violence and improves the way New Mexico responds to this violence. Donations are used both at the shelter and by participants to help them establish violence free lives. Items not needed by survivors are sold at the thrift store. All proceeds are used to support S.A.F.E. House programs.

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www.safehousenv.org

The S.A.F.E. House is committed to stopping abuse in the family environment by providing a domestic violence shelter, crisis hotline, advocacy, transitional housing, counseling and treatment services for the batterer.

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http://www.sacredhearthouse.org/index.asp

Sacred Heart House of Denver offers a continuum of services to homeless mothers with children and single women, who have the desire and commitment to become self-sufficient. They provide temporary, emergency housing, food and clothing. They also provide case management and referrals to resources within the community, so that the women can identify and begin solving problems that led to their homelessness. Through the Follow-Up Program and the Transitional Housing Program, former residents receive continued support in their struggle to live independently and successfully.

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http://safeembrace.org/

Safe Embrace is dedicated to stopping the cycle of violence in families. They provide intervention and prevention services to facilitate the opportunity for all people to live free from abuse.

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www.safenest.org

Safe Nest operates the only 24-hour emergency shelters in Las Vegas with undisclosed locations for the safety of battered women and children. Their services include 24 hour hotlines, counseling, advocacy, prevention programs, training and education for the general public.

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http://www.safepassagelives.org/

Safe Passage transforms abused women and their children to a new and better life by providing hope, opportunity and empowerment. Safe Passage clients have a 95% success rate in breaking the cycle of domestic violence and creating a new life for themselves. They provide counseling, physicals and workshops on self defense, finances, interviewing skills, job search and resume writing to name a few. 

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http://www.safehouse-denver.org/

SafeHouse Denver serves victims of domestic violence and their children through both an emergency shelter and a non-residential Counseling and Advocacy Center. All of the women, children and youth who come to SafeHouse Denver have access to a full range of bilingual programming, including individual counseling, group sessions, advocacy and safety planning.

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www.sfcdenver.org

St. Francis Center is a refuge for men and women who are homeless in the metro Denver area. They provide shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness.

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http://www.stlarc.org

The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center affords men the opportunity to regain their self-respect and acquire the life skills needed to take their rightful place in life. The Adult Rehabilitation Center is dedicated to rebuilding lives. The residence accommodates 102 men. The program is designed for the mental, physical and spiritual rehabilitation of the person. The majority of men who come to this center for assistance are having problems in many areas of their lives, i.e., social, medical, spiritual, personal and employment. The common factor for most of them is that of addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. These services are provided at no cost. They accept donations to sell to the public in one of 8 thrift stores. The proceeds from those sales support this program.

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http://www.tsaabq.org

The Albuquerque Salvation Army offers services & programs to assist those in need as well as a place of worship for those seeking spiritual direction. Proceeds from their four area thrift stores support the variety of programs that they offer.

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http://www.birminghamsalvationarmy.org/

The motivation of the Salvation Army Greater Birmingham Area is love of God and a practical concern for the needs of humanity. 100% of proceeds from sales at all area thrift stores fund the Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC). The ARC has a 9 month, 6 phase program for men with substance abuse problems. It provides 109 beds, individual, group and work therapy to get them back on their feet.

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http://www.usc.salvationarmy.org/usc/www_usc_kan.nsf
 
The Salvation Army Thrift Store is a familiar sight throughout the community. These stores fill two significant needs: they allow people with limited means to purchase goods at reasonable costs, while maintaining the dignity of doing their own shopping; and they make it possible for people who have no funds to obtain a voucher at any Salvation Army social service center and receive items at no cost.

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http://www.uss.salvationarmy.org/uss/www_uss_macal.nsf

For over 130 years, The Salvation Army has been providing HOPE to our neighbors. Donations of clean appliances, furniture, clothing, electronics, cars, bedding and usable household items help make a difference in the lives of so many. The sale of these items generates income for their client programs.

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http://www1.usw.salvationarmy.org/usw/www_usw.nsf

Salvation Army offers food and clothing in emergency situations. In addition to distributing holiday food and gift baskets, Salvation Army also operates Southeastern NM Food Bank and the Thrift Shop.

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http://www.samaritanspurse.org/

Samaritan’s Purse provices spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. They have helped meet the needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love. They impact the lives of vulnerable children through educational, feeding, clothing and shelter programs that let them know they are not forgotten.

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http://www.saranamabq.org/

Saranam is a 2-year housing and education program for homeless families. They offer a comprehensive range of services to assist families in transitioning beyond homelessness.

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http://sarc-maryland.org/

SARC works to aid victims of stalking, domestic violence and sexual violence with their 28-bed emergency shelter; community outreach and education services. They provide a safe haven which offers hope, empowerment, opportunities and tools for new beginnings.

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www.sassback.org

Save a Survivor’s Smile helps women establish normal lives after leaving a life where they were trafficked and prostituted. They help connect survivors with dentists who donate restorations to damaged teeth and help them return to school or job training. In addition, they help them with everyday necessities, including needed household items.

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http://www.seattlechildrenshome.org/

Seattle Children’s Home helps children and their families face situational, emotional and developmental challenges through a broad range of counseling, therapeutic and psychiatric services aimed at helping children create solid emotional foundations for successful futures.

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http://www.seattlechildrens.org/

Seattle Children’s is the pediatric and adolescent referral center for Washington, Alaska, Montana and Idaho. They deliver superior patient care and advance new treatments through pediatric research. They are also the primary teaching, clinical and research site for the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine.

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http://www.ugm.org/site/PageServer?pagename=default

Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission provides emergency care and long-term recovery services to hurting and homeless people in Seattle. They serve, rescue and transform those in need and strive to address the root causes of poverty and homelessness.

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Second Blessing Store

Second Blessing Store is a ministry of West Houston Assistance Ministries, Inc. – WHAM, which is a model of Christian service, utilizing the talents and resources of the community to minister love and support to those in need. WHAM provides assistance with basic needs and promotes independence.

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http://www.secondchanceinc.org/

Second Chance, Inc. creates “green collar jobs” by taking apart buildings that would otherwise be demolished and dumped in a landfill.  They then offer the reclaimed materials — and other donated items — to the public at a discount, which helps to fund their job training and workforce development programs.

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http://www.seniorassistancecenter.org/index.php

The Senior Assistance Center meets the emergency needs of Denver‘s elderly citizens living below 125% of poverty level. They serve the basic human needs of the Denver metro area senior population . They provide financial assistance to prevent eviction, utility shutoff and for medical, dental or optical needs. They provide food, medical equipment, clothing, blankets, toiletry items and referral services. They are often the last safety net to keep a needy senior from going hungry or becoming homeless. Their goal is to help seniors stay independent and in their own homes.

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www.shareyoursoles.org

Share Your Soles brings shoes to desperately impoverished people throughout Central America, Southeast Asia, The Caribbean, Appalachia, Africa, Eastern Europe, American Indian Reservations, India, Ecuador, Peru, Haiti, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Cameroon, Nicaragua, Tanzania and Ghana.

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http://www.sightconnection.org/

SightConnection specializes in helping people with low vision and blindness to develop skills and strategies designed to promote and enhance safety and independence despite vision loss. They focus on the individual and their particular needs, goals and capabilities.

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http://www.stvincentdepaul.net/

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international non-profit organization dedicated to serving the poor and providing others with the opportunity to serve. The Phoenix Diocesan Council has been assisting central and northern Arizona families since 1946. Programs include services for the homeless, medical and dental care for the working poor, charity dining rooms, thrift stores, a transitional housing shelter and general assistance for individuals in need.

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http://www.svdpseattle.org/

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul helps their neighbors in need to prevent homelessness, hunger, power-shut offs and more. In addition to material assistance, they bring compassion and hope.

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http://www.southalabamacares.org/

South Alabama Cares provides support, assistance and education to people affected by HIV and AIDS and provides HIV prevention education to the communities of Southwest Alabama in an effort to reduce the rate of new HIV infections.

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http://www.thespeciale.com/

Special E is a unique green business that “rescues” items that are left over from special events such as banquets, receptions, weddings, private parties, galas, fundraisers, meetings, conferences, trade shows and more. They re-purpose them in ways that benefit our planet and people in need. The rescued items are redirected to a wide range of charitable and non-profit organizations. Items not being donated are re-purposed into other useful products by a one-of-a-kind network of recycling artists.

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http://www.sfcdenver.org/

St. Francis Center is a refuge for men and women who are homeless in the metro Denver area, providing shelter along with services that enable people to meet their basic needs for daily survival and to transition out of homelessness. On an average day, over 650 different people visit St. Francis Center, and on a busy day, over 800 people pass through their doors. They welcome and treat everyone with dignity and respect, offering a safe and inviting place to stay during the day when other shelters are unavailable. More than anything else, St. Francis Center offers hope when it is most needed.

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http://www.stjosephctr.org/index.html

St. Joseph Center helps solve problems of needy families and individuals on the Westside of Los Angeles. They have a homeless service center that provides long-term case management aimed at permanent housing. They offer referrals for critical services such as substance abuse treatment.

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www.stjudesranch.org/

St. Jude’s Ranch for Children serves abused, abandoned and neglected children and families. They create new chances, new choices and new hope in a safe homelike environment. This is accomplished through an array of services to children and families.

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http://www.sltrc.com/

St Louis Teachers Recycle Center gathers creative materials (see below) from local business and industry that are landfill-bound and makes them available to teachers, parents and youth groups.

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http://www.smhc-nm.org/

St. Martin’s Hospitality Center strives to create self-sufficiency and break the cycle of homelessness by providing shelter, food, mental health services, job assistance and other critical programs. The services provided by St. Martin’s stress flexibility, accessibility and comprehensive care, the qualities necessary to assist individuals and families out of homelessness.

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http://www.ccsnn.org/thrift.html

St. Vincent’s Thrift Shop contributes 100% of the profit from items they sell to purchase food that is given free to those in need through St. Vincent’s Food Pantry and St. Vincent’s Dining Room and all programs affiliated with Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada. Many of the clothes, coats, blankets and other household items donated are given directly to the poor in the community at no cost to them.

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http://www.staples.com/sbd/cre/marketing/ecoeasy/recycling.html?cmSearchKeyword=recycle

Staples makes it easy for you to do your part by offering a variety of convenient technology recycling programs including empty ink and toner cartridges, office technology, rechargeable batteries and cell phone recycling. They also offer technology trade-in services.

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http://step1inc.org/

Step 1 serves the community by providing transitional housing and supportive services to adult men who have been diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder and who seek to enter society as self-sufficient, responsible citizens.

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http://www.step2reno.org/

Step 2 is a comprehensive substance abuse treatment program that provides women and their children suffering from chemical addiction, poverty and domestic violence the opportunity to rebuild their lives. The result is self-sufficient healthy families.

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http://www.stlouisgreen.com/Holiday-Light-Recycling-Drive

StLouisGreen.com and Operation Food Search will collect unwanted holiday lights for recycling from November 19, 2011 through January 31, 2012. The goal for the holiday light recycling drive is to collect 50,000 pounds of lights. A portion of the proceeds will go to Operation Food Search to feed the hungry. Materials from unwanted lights are recovered, reprocessed, and made into new products.

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http://www.storehousewest.org/

Storehouse West is a non-profit, community-supported agency providing food, children’s clothing and hygiene supplies to families and individuals experiencing short-term and long-term needs.

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http://www.strivedc.org/

STRIVE DC helps chronically unemployed people transform their lives through employment. The program helps people find and keep employment through three programs including job-readiness training, a fast-track GED program and Career Gear, which provides professional clothing to men seeking work. All the services are provided free-of-charge to participants.

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http://successinstyle.org/

Success In Style’s (SIS) helps women and men to become employed and self-sufficient. They promote dignity and professionalism through appropriate business attire, practical fashion advice and interview counseling. They enhance their client’s appearance and help them conquer the initial barrier—first impressions.

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http://www.susanslegacy.org/

Susan’s Legacy helps women embark on a path from surviving to thriving, by serving the needs of women with co-occurring mental and addictive disorders. They do this by targeting 100% of their services at women with a focus on meeting the needs of homeless women.

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http://tabithashouse.wordpress.com/

The mission of Tabitha’s House is to serve the low income and at risk families in Harford County by providing them with basic needs such as food, clothing, household items, cleaning supplies, toiletries and school supplies.

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http://www.cciv.org/programs-services/thrift-store

Tahoe Family Solutions Thrift Store offers affordable adult and children’s clothing, household items, toys, high quality furniture and much, much more!
Store proceeds assist in funding the essential programs provided by Tahoe Family Solutions which offers an array of community-based services focused on education, mental health and youth development.

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http://tahoesafealliance.org/

Tahoe SAFE Alliance believes that every person has the right to live a life free of violence. The agency works to empower victims in reclaiming those rights by providing safety, advocacy, education and support.

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http://www.tahoeyouth.org/

Tahoe Youth & Family Services promotes the healthy development of children, youth and families in the community by providing counseling, education and support services. They serve families through professional and confidential individual and family counseling, community outreach, mentoring, Project Safe Place, Wraparound services, emergency youth shelter and a 24-hour crisis line.

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http://www.techaccess.org/

Technology Access Foundation (TAF) makes education a priority in underserved communities of color. Serving one child at a time, TAF enhances their educational and professional prospects through the delivery of tools for learning in the 21st century. Donations to TAF directly benefit the children they serve in after school programs.

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http://www.saintlouistc.org/

Teen Challenge of St. Louis offers a 14-month faith-based program for young men struggling with addictions.

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http://www.temporaryemergencyservice.org/

Temporary Emergency Services (TES) assists individuals and families in crisis situations in order to allow them to survive the immediate crisis they are encountering. TES and the thrift store serve residents of Tuscaloosa County on an as needed basis.

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http://www.terracycle.com/en-US/

TerraCycle offers national programs (Brigades®) to collect previously non-recyclable or hard to recycle waste. While some programs have a cost, most of the Brigades offer free shipping as well as a donation for each piece of garbage that you collect.

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www.thearc.org

The ARC is a community-based organization advocating for and serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. They encompass all ages and all spectrums from autism, Down syndrome, Fragile X and various other developmental disabilities.They are the premier provider of support and services.

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www.arcadams.org

The ARC is a community-based organization advocating for and serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. They encompass all ages and all spectrums from autism, Down syndrome, Fragile X and various other developmental disabilities.

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http://arcnm.org/

The Arc of New Mexico improves the quality of life for individuals with developmental disabilities of all ages by advocating for equal opportunities and choices in where and how they learn, live, work, play and socialize. Items donated to The Arc of New Mexico are sold to Thrift Town, a local for-profit thrift store. Thrift Town purchases its merchandise for its Albuquerque location exclusively from The Arc of New Mexico. This partnership provides annual unrestricted funds to The Arc of New Mexico and supports their efforts on behalf of individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

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http://www.apisafetycenter.org/

The Asian & Pacific Islander Women & Family Safety Center strives to end domestic violence through community education and outreach. The mission of the Safety Center is to organize communities; to educate, train, and offer technical assistance; and to provide comprehensive culturally relevant services on domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking to Asian and Pacific Islander community members, service providers, survivors, and their families.

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http://www.thebluebirdcircle.com/ResaleShop

The Blue Bird Circle Resale Shop offers a wide assortment of clean and reasonably priced furniture and clothing.  Both consignments and donations are gratefully accepted for sale. Consignors are paid 60% of the amounts received for the sale of the consigned items, and the remaining 40% is used to benefit The Blue Bird Circle Clinic for Pediatric Neurology at Texas Children’s Hospital and other philanthropic activities of the Circle.

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http://www.cinderellasarnia.org/

The Cinderella Story of Sarnia Lambton gives away donated dresses for free to girls who otherwise would not be able to attend prom due to financial reasons.

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http://www.thedeloresproject.org/

The Delores Project provides safe, comfortable overnight shelter and services to unaccompanied adult women who are homeless and have limited resources. The model of service is one of hospitality, respect, and regard for the dignity of each guest. Every night The Delores Project ensures that at least 50 women are safely off the streets — women who might otherwise face the risk of physical danger and illness that comes with living on the streets. By providing transitional support services in addition to emergency shelter, The Delores Project assists women in developing the skills and resources necessary to stay off the streets and move towards stability.

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http://fairygodmotherproject.com/

The Fairy Godmother Project provides free dresses or tuxes for prom, graduation and homecoming to students who cannot afford to purchase them.

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http://www.tgpdenver.org/index

The Gathering Place is Denver’s only daytime drop-in center for women and children who are experiencing homelessness and poverty. Since 1986, they’ve existed to support these individuals by providing a safe daytime refuge and resources for self-sufficiency.

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http://www.theguildshop.org/

The Guild Shop’s mission is to serve the community as a resale shop and Christian ministry of outreach. They provide merchandise at reasonable prices and award annual support to St. James House and other community charities.

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http://www.humanesociety.org/
 
The Humane Society of the United States seeks a humane and sustainable world for all animals — a world that will also benefit people. They are America’s mainstream force against cruelty, exploitation and neglect, as well as the most trusted voice extolling the human-animal bond.

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http://www.abeacon.org/

The Lighthouse is committed to providing support, preventing violence and promoting justice for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. They recognize the impact of these crimes on all of our lives and work hard to increase community awareness and understanding of these problems.

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http://www.loadingdock.org/

The Loading Dock, Inc. is Maryland’s premier building materials reuse facility, offering great deals and interesting finds to people who need inexpensive housing improvement and building materials and are interested in keeping material out of the waste stream. Their mission is to increase the supply and use of affordable building materials for housing and community improvements by redirecting landfill-bound, reusable materials into productive use. 

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http://thelongbeachdepot.org/about-2/

The Long Beach Depot for Creative Reuse is a Non-Profit Public Benefit Organization and relies entirely on contributions from supporters and benefactors to accomplish their objectives of acquiring and disseminating information and materials to enhance a more “Green America” and to promote reuse of throwaway items by inspiring public participation in the reduction of items destined for our landfills. 

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http://www.thepencilbox.org/

The Pencil Box enhances the learning environment of students in New York City public schools. Anyone wishing to donate items can list them on the website where a deserving school can access the donations directly from the donor.

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www.rebuildingcenter.org

The ReBuilding Center, a project of Our United Villages, is a vibrant resource working to strengthen the environmental, economic and social fabric of local communities. It carries the region’s largest volume of used building and remodeling materials and provides resources that make home repairs affordable to everyone. Stop by to browse the ever-changing inventory including sinks, tubs, tile, lumber, doors, windows, trim and much more.

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http://www.thesabanfreeclinic.org/

The Saban Free Clinic, in collaboration with strategic partners, serves as a medical home for the underserved and those who are most vulnerable by providing comprehensive, dependable and affordable quality health care in a caring environment.

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http://www1.usw.salvationarmy.org/usw/www_usw_northwest.nsf/
 
The Salvation Army Northwest Division offers a wide range of social services throughout Washington, Montana and northern Idaho. With heart to God and hand to man, The Salvation Army strives to meet the basic needs of all who come seeking help. Taking immediate care of the basic human needs of food, shelter, clothing and safety is an important first step in the development of a more positive and permanent change in the people they help.

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http://www.settlementhome.org/

The Settlement Home for Children’s mission is to care for and promote the healing of troubled children and their families. They believe that healing and learning take place when a child’s deepest needs are met, both physically and mentally. They are dedicated to helping children who have been abused and neglected by resolving their emotional, behavioral and familial problems and providing quality residential care.

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http://www.thesharehouse.org

The Sharehouse works to bring a sense of self-sufficiency and comfort to families and individuals moving from homelessness to permanent housing by providing them with useful household items that would otherwise be discarded.

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http://www.svdpusa.org

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul offers tangible assistance to those in need on a person-to-person basis. They accepts gently used furniture, household items and clothing. They cannot accept large appliances such as stoves, refrigerators or washers and dryers.

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http://www.upxchange.com/

The Upcycle Exchange is a social enterprise that aims to benefit the St. Louis area’s creative community by offering post-consumer materials at pay-as-you-wish pricing and optional purchase credits for in-store material drop-offs. They collect the most frequently requested items from individual crafter wish-lists compiled over the course of the last 3 years.

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http://www.willowdvcenter.org/

The Willow Domestic Violence Center provides safe-shelter, peer counseling, advocacy and other services to survivors of domestic violence.

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www.therewithcare.org

There With Care’s mission is to provide a wide range of thoughtful and fundamental services to children and families during the critical phase of a medical crisis. They serve families referred by medical agencies, by building a network of services and people who ease the burden of life’s day-to-day obligations with compassion and care.

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http://www.thinkgreenfromhome.com/ThinkGreenFromHome.cfm

Waste Management pioneers environmentally sustainable solutions to waste needs. Last year, they recycled enough paper to save 41 million trees and supplied enough waste-based energy to replace more than 14 million barrels of oil.

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http://www.tinydiamondearrings.org/

Tiny Diamond Earrings is committed to helping Seattle area women during the time of transition from homelessness to self sufficiency. Their mentoring program provides women with someone that identifies with their struggles and has overcome them. The mentors serve as an encourager to stay the course and to impart a vision to excel in every aspect of their lives.

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http://www.topangawomenscircle.org/

Topanga Women’s Circle is an organization of volunteer women who are committed to making a difference to homeless familes as they move into transitional shelters. By enhancing their lives at a crucial time,  they are given a sense of dignity and self-worth. By providing new and like-new items, we help create an environment of comfort, warmth and dignity.

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www.tsilasvegas.com

Transition Services provides meaningful work and activities to support people with disabilities each day. They are committed to creating employment that gives each individual more control over their own lives.

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http://www.tls-nm.org/

Transitional Living Services, Inc. offers numerous programs designed to improve the quality of life for those who are mentally ill. They provide support services and housing options that empower individuals to improve their lives and to build their own social network and be functional in the community at large.

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http://trashedstudio.com/
 
Trashed offers a creative environment for all ages and experience levels to learn and enjoy the craft of repurposing while raising environmental awareness. They offer classes and workshops using materials intercepted from the landfill and up-cycled into new high quality products.

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http://www.twomenandatruck.com/movers-for-moms

Two Men and a Truck locations across the country collect donations for women during the spring and deliver them to local women’s and family shelters on Mother’s Day.

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http://www.urbanartworks.org/

Urban ArtWorks empowers young people through professional opportunities in the arts. By providing subsidized employment, volunteer, and entrepreneurial experiences, they improve young lives as well as the surrounding community.

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http://www.urbanpeak.org/

Urban Peak works with homeless and runaway youth between the ages of 14 and 24 in Denver and between the ages of 15 to 21 in Colorado Springs. They provide a safe and caring place so that the youth can begin to work on getting off the streets. They provide counseling, temporary housing, job skill training, a mentoring program and more!

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http://www.van-go.org/

Van Go Inc is an arts-based social service agency that provides year-round after-school and summer job-training programs to high-needs and under-served youth, ages 14-21. Using art as the vehicle, Van Go is devoted to delivering constructive activities to children at risk for drug and alcohol use, teen pregnancy, truancy or delinquency.

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http://www.wellspringfs.org/

Wellspring Family Services takes on the root causes of homelessness and instability for children, adults and families in King County, Washington. Every day they help homeless families find and hold onto a place to live, teach abusive partners non-violent behaviors, provide counseling and empower parents to nurture their children’s emotional development.

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http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/

Cork ReHarvest has led the cork recycling movement in the US and Canada, helping to collect and recycle some of the billions of natural corks that are produced each year. They also educate the public about the vital importance of preserving and protecting the Mediterranean cork forests. Cork collection boxes are placed in Whole Foods Markets. The major goal for this recycling program is to reduce the corks’ carbon footprint.

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http://wch.org/

The Wichita Children’s Home offers emergency, temporary residential shelter for children. The Home is open 24/7 and serves children from birth to 22 years of age. Last year over 2,500 children came through their front doors, many with only the clothes they were wearing. The Home works to meet the needs of each child to ensure their safety and well being.

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http://www.wiregrasshabitat.org/

Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity is a Christian ministry dedicated to showing God’s love in action through partnering with their communities to improve the quality of lives by providing decent, affordable housing.

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http://www.witsinc.org/index.php

WITS recycles and refurbishes electronics, computers and surplus equipment from local or national businesses and residents by fixing or replacing what may be broken and putting it back into the community for educational use. This keeps the used equipment out of the landfills and provides those in need with the technology to accomplish their educational or career goals. WITS also offers training in many areas for students of all ages and capabilities for internships and resume experiences and the chance to teach their skills to other students with hands-on experiences.

Anything that WITS cannot reuse is recycled appropriately at our recycling facility. WITS has a 0% landfill policy which has been followed since they began recycling in 2002.

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http://www.workingwardrobes.org/website1/index.html

Working Wardrobes empowers men, women and young adults in life crisis to confidently enter the workforce with career development and wardrobe services.

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http://www.yemmhart.com/

Yemm & Hart’s mission is to bring building materials with recycled content into the main stream of our culture. Their focus is on converting recycled materials into something new. Wine corks are converted into wine cork tiles.

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http://www.youthnetnw.net/

Youthnet strives to provide caring and supportive educational and social services to children and families to help them attain a productive and successful life. Their programs include Emerson High School, Independent Living Skills, Foster Care Licensing & Case Management, and Family Preservation & Family Reconciliation Services. 

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http://www.ywcabham.org/

The YWCA Central Alabama’s vision is to create a more caring community. They are a place of refuge. They respond to the needs of women and their families by providing hope and opportunities in a warm, family-like environment. Their programs and services focus on three major areas: child care, domestic violence services and affordable housing.

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http://www.ywcaenid.com/Home

YWCA Enid is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

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http://www.ywcaofmissoula.org/

YWCA Missoula believes that everyone has the right to a life free of violence and that every person is entitled to safe and decent housing. They are determined to create a community where all people, regardless of gender or race, have opportunities for growth, leadership and power.

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The provision of referrals for charities, ministries, donation sites and green companies is offered by The Stuff Stop as a referral service. We assume no responsibility for the actions or the services provided by any organization referred through this website.