Adopt a Sniper
Owing to military cuts by a certain ex-president (*cough* *cough*) our snipers in the field often lack appropriate protective gear. Setup by local law enforcment groups, Adopt a Sniper is able to cut through some of the bureaucratic tape in getting snipers the equipment they need.
Pizza, soda, and hot soup for the IDF soldiers who daily defend the Jewish people against terrorism.
Homes for Our Troops
Founded on February 4, 2004, Homes for Our Troops, Inc., a Massachusetts nonprofit corporation building specially adapted homes for our disabled veterans of war. We are an organization strongly committed to assisting our disabled and seriously injured veterans and their immediate families. The organization is dedicated to helping those who have selflessly given to their country and have returned home with serious disabilities and injuries.
Mission Statement: To provide support to our men and women in our armed forces serving our nation in combat zones, to provide for needs and furnish supplies not normally provided to them by the military, and to help provide support for the loved ones and families left behind here at home in whatever ways necessary.
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St. Judes Childrens' Research Hospital
St. Judes Childrens' Research Hospital provides cancer treatment for children. They provide their services to all patients withou regard for income or insurance status.
The "miracle" of Christmas is repeated over and over again through the joy of caring and sharing.The traditional red kettle is and integral part of the Christmas scene, with millions of dollars donated each year to aid needy families, seniors, and the homeless, in keeping with the spirit of the season.
Donations provide Christmas dinners, clothing, and toys for families in need. Financial assistance also helps with basic necessities, along with seasonal aid. Families of prisoners often are included.
Volunteers distribute gifts to shut-ins in hospitals and nursing homes, and shelters are open for sit-down dinners. The Salvation Army endeavors to bring spiritual light and love to those it serves at Christmas so that the real meaning of the season is not forgotten.
Many families receive aid over a period of months after the Christmas season as well, people struggling with difficult family, emotional, or employment problems.
Society of St. Andrew
The Society of St. Andrew is an ecumenical Christian ministry dedicated to meeting both spiritual and physical hungers. We feed the hungry all year long by saving fresh produce that would otherwise go to waste and giving it to the needy.
Society of St. Vincent de Paul
Inspired by the example of St. Vincent de Paul, our patron, and Blessed Frédéric Ozanam, our founder, last year, our 70,000 members assisted over 13,728,577 persons throughout the United States. Our Twinning and Disaster Programs brought help to many more all over the globe. Most of that assistance was through the direct, personal encounters of our members, seeking in friendship, to bring whatever assistance could be provided. In 2003, that help amounted to nearly $254,051,113.
Food for the Poor
Food For The Poor (FFP) ministers to spiritually renew impoverished people throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Established in 1982 as a 501(c)(3)corporation, our goals are to improve the health, economic, social and spiritual conditions of the men, women and children we serve.
Food For The Poor raises funds and provides direct relief assistance to the poor, usually by purchasing specifically requested materials and distributing them through the churches and charity organizations already operating in areas of need. In this way, the organization serves the poor with dignity and ensures the most appropriate use of donors' funds.
Our ministry reflects God's unconditional love, which surrenders all, inspires trust and faith, and embraces all people regardless of race, status or creed. We believe that Christ is alive, and that we can best serve Him by being of assistance to those in greatest need (Matthew 25:31-46). Finally, we stress the need for regular prayer to guide and maintain the purity of our mission.
FFP seeks to link the church of the First World with the church of the Third World in a manner that aids both the materially and spiritually poor. We empower the poor in spirit through our direct ministry of teaching, encouragement and prayer. Ultimately, we aspire to bring benefactors, recipients and ourselves to a closer union with our Lord. Donate
Samaritan's Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan's Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God's love through His Son, Jesus Christ.
(See also Operation Christmas Child)
This is the Iacocca Catalyst Grant for Diabetes which seeks to support Dr. Faustman's work in curing Type I Diabetes.
EVANGELISM / CHRISTIAN
Wycliffe Bible Translators
There are still many groups of people who lack a biblical translation in their own language. Wycliffe works to bring these people the scripture in their native tongues.
The Voice of the Martyrs
The Voice of the Martyrs is a non-profit, interdenominational organization with a vision for aiding Christians around the world who are being persecuted for their faith in Christ, fulfilling the Great Commission, and educating the world about the ongoing persecution of Christians.
An incredibly effective mission outreach program. BILD sets up successful missions quickly and with less expenditures than other programs.
Stand for Israel
An international alliance of Christians and Jews.
Spirit of America
Some of our supporters see Spirit of America as a way to help people who have suffered from repression, terrorism and war. Others see us as a way to support our troops by helping them succeed with their mission. And others see Spirit of America as a way to contribute to the war on terror and advance freedom, progress and peace. We are all of those things.
This is sponsored by one of my best friends' church. She and I and several others are teaming up to sponsor a little girl in Uganda by the name of Beyeza (born in 1999). Her mother died, and her father was unable to care for her, and so she has been with the mission.
They ask for $25 a month, but seeing as all of us donating so far are poor college students, we just chip together whatever we can.
There's no website, but you can make checks out to "Mustard Seed" and mail them to:
The Blessed Mustard Seed Babies Home
1808 36th St., SE
Rio Rancho, NM 87124
(make note that you are giving to little Beyeza, unless you desire to make a general contribution)
If you choose to give to Mustard Seed, please let me know how much you give so that I know how we are doing. Thank you. :)
(you can use "Contact Me" in the left side panel to send me an email)
If you want more information and/or if you would like a photo of her, just ask and I'll do my best to oblige you.
http://www.charitynavigator.org/ Lastly, if you're a fellow Freeper you might take this opportunity to donate to FreeRepublic: https://secure.freerepublic.com/donate/
Also, there is the Jeffrey Burgess Recreational Fund established in memorial of Freeper LCpl. Jeffrey C. Burgess, U.S.M.C (KIA).
Jeffrey Burgess Recreational Fund
Plymouth Savings Bank
36 MAIN STREET BOX 3506
Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02361
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