National WIC Association: The nonprofit education arm and advocacy voice of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC).
Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute: Brings together the global laboratory community to foster excellence in laboratory medicine.
JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute: Open since 1974, the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute is a major component of JFK Health, one of the most comprehensive health care networks in New Jersey.
Future Farmers of America: An intracurricular student organization for those interested in agriculture and leadership.
AFS Intercultural Programs: A leader in intercultural learning and offers international exchange programs in more than 40 countries around the world.
SPCA International: A worldwide organization working to stop the abuse and suffering of animals with innovative programs that serve both animals and their human caretakers.
Black Girls Code: A program dedicated to encouraging young women of color to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
Keep a Child Alive: Founded as an emergency effort to get life-saving HIV medications to African children and families, who otherwise would not have had access to treatment.
Lafayette General Foundation: Acadiana’s largest non-profit, community-owned regional health system.
Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland: Providing home ownership opportunities in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties in Maryland
Thrive New Orleans: Empowering local leaders and neighbors to flourish to end poverty in New Orleans.
Haiti Clinic: A non-profit organization that is dedicated to improving healthcare and health education in the impoverished nation of Haiti.
Eisenhower Center: A multidisciplinary neurorehabilitation center.
The Earth Organization: Overseeing hands-on projects and education, working with industry, commerce, government and civic leaders to bring rational solutions to environmental and conservation challenges to re-create a healthy thriving planet for all life.
Association of Academic Physiatrists: is a community of the leading minds in physiatry at every career level.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana: A food bank serving several Southeast Louisiana parishes.
St. Bernard Parish Hospital: A new hospital in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, which was hard hit by Hurricane Katrina.
Marine Megafauna Foundation: Working with governments and communities around the world to provide effective strategies for protecting threatened marine species and critical habitats.
La Casa Hogar: Connecting and educates Latino families, to transform lives and the Yakima Valley.
OpTerra Energy Services: Reducing operating costs for clients by installing solar PV systems, LED lighting retrofits, energy efficient HVAC systems, and more.
Not Abandoned: Addressing the global problem of sex slavery one person at a time by providing practical and accessible options to victims.
Biodiversity for a Livable Climate: Acting as a catalyst to restore ecosystems worldwide, pull carbon out of the atmosphere, and reverse global warming.
Surgical Eye Expeditions International: An international nonprofit dedicated to bringing sight-saving surgeries to patients in developing countries worldwide.
Best Foot Forward: A nonprofit helping Palm Beach County foster youth succeed in academics and in life.
Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence: Targeting the reduction of gang or group-related violence in Rhode Island.
Boom!Health: A nonprofit working to address a variety of social problems plaguing the New York City region and bringing care to those in need.
NeuroCognitive Institute: One of the premiere centers in New Jersey for the diagnosis and treatment of cognitive and related neurobehavioral and neuropsychiatric disorders.
PCPI: Focused on improving health outcomes through the advancement of performance measurement, clinical registries and quality improvement initiatives.
Food for Thought: Providing backpacks filled with easy-to-make meals so children can focus on their development and education, not where the next meal is coming from. Based in Walton County, Florida.
The Children’s Center: Comprehensive services addressing mental, physical, and behavioral health, abuse and neglect, and poverty challenges currently facing over 100,000 children in the Greater Detroit area.
International Hands in Service, Salud y Paz: A Guatemala-based health and education program serving a low-income, rural Mayan population.
ProjectExplorer.org: An interactive educational program teaching children about science, history, and culture through worldwide travel.
Veterans’ First Light: Veterans helping veterans through a tailored three-pillar program of support, advocacy, and empowerment.
REAP Rwanda: Provides education and opportunity to the boys and girls of Rwanda.
The International Education Exchange: A nonprofit dedicated to training primary school teachers throughout Rwanda.
Hope House of Central LA: A transitional shelter for previously homeless women and their children.