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Boys & Girls Club Weber-Davis

Boys & Girls Club Weber-Davis

The Boys & Girls Club of Weber-Davis mission is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. We provide positive places for youth between the ages of 6 and 18. Our programming is nationally developed and endorses five core program areas to support healthy development in youth: Character/ Leadership, Education/Career Development, Health/Life Skills, the Arts, and Sports/Fitness/ Recreation.

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Keep America Beautiful

Keep America Beautiful

A long-standing grassroots nonprofit, Keep America Beautiful (KAB) combines education with hands-on stewardship to create cleaner, greener communities and public spaces. Through the power of over 3 million volunteers and more than 1,200 affiliates and participating organizations, KAB motivates private citizens, businesses, and government to find solutions that prevent litter, reduce waste, promote recycling, and improve communities.

Activities include litter and illegal dumpsite cleanups, waterway cleanups, environmental education programs, community gardens, vacant lot restoration, public art, graffiti prevention and removal, local recycling programs, planting trees, creating/restoring parks and playgrounds, and beautifying public lands. Founded in 1953, KAB is based in Stamford, Connecticut.


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National Breast Cancer Coalition

National Breast Cancer Coalition

The National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund (NBCC) is dedicated to ending breast cancer through the power of grassroots action and advocacy. NBCC increases funding for breast cancer research; monitors how those funds are spent; expands access to quality health care for all; and ensures that trained advocates influence all decision making that impacts breast cancer.

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Children's Defense Fund NY

Children's Defense Fund NY

The Children's Defense Fund - New York Leave No Child Behind® mission is to ensure every child a Healthy Start, a Head Start, a Fair Start, a Safe Start and a Moral Start in life and successful passage to adulthood. Through research, public education, policy analysis, community organizing and advocacy, the CDF-NY office focuses on creating policy and programmatic change in juvenile justice, health, early childhood learning, education and youth development.

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Off The Mat Into The World

Off The Mat Into The World

OTM uses the power of yoga to inspire conscious, sustainable activism and ignite grassroots social change. We do this by facilitating personal empowerment through leadership trainings, fostering community collaboration, and initiating local and global service projects. OTM helps individuals take the path of yoga “off the mat and into the world," expanding the sphere of change outward to local and global communities. We have trained over 400 yogis, many of whom have gone on to take action in their communities. To date, the OTM community has collaborated to raise over $1.4 million dollars for local and global projects in need.

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Detroit Institute for Children

Detroit Institute for Children

The Detroit Institute for Children (DIC) has been providing specialized diagnostic, medical and rehabilitative care to children with disabilities since 1920; however, The DIC's legacy of caring for children with disabilities dates back to 1904. Our mission: To care for children with physical or developmental disabilities, neurological or behavioral special needs in a way that is positive, passionate, and family-centered.

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City Hall Fellows

City Hall Fellows

City Hall Fellows is the only national service corps empowering smart young people to solve the problems of America’s cities. We provide diverse, top recent college grads more than 300 hours of training in the local policy process and city operations while they spend 12 months working on high-need, high-impact municipal projects. City Hall Fellows is solving the talent gap in America’s cities, while saving cities money.

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Project Night Night

Project Night Night

Project Night Night donates over 25,000 Night Night Packages each year, free of charge, to homeless children who need their childhood essentials to feel secure, cozy, ready to learn, and significant. Each Night Night Package contains a new security blanket, an age-appropriate children's book, and a stuffed animal -- all nestled inside of a new canvas tote bag. By providing objects of reliable comfort, Project Night Night reduces trauma and advances the emotional and cognitive well-being of the children they serve.

Every child who receives a Night Night Packages leaves the shelter owning a book that encourages reading and family bonding, a security blanket that can be cuddled, and a stuffed animal that can become a cherished friend.

Project Night Night works with over 10,000 volunteers each year, and are the leading provider of nighttime comforts for homeless children.


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Good Company

Good Company

GoodCompany helps the most promising social innovators realize their full impact by applying rigorous analysis, employing proven growth strategies and matching capital resources from the business and venture community. Our program has been proven to provide both the business support and rigor to help our companies develop a realistic path to market. To do this, we focus on two main goals:

  • Building Viable Business Models.
  • Sourcing Capital for Growth.
In three years, the GoodCompany Group helped 30 companies raise $35 million in private investment, using only $100,000 in operating funds. Graduates have won international prizes, and two have been named Bloomberg Top 25 Social Entrepreneurs.

We currently run two programs: Ventures and Residency.

Ventures is the oldest and most rigorous social impact accelerator in the country. The program runs a total of 12 weeks during the summer. Each week addresses a single strategic challenge, presented by successful entrepreneurs, academics and venture capitalists. The Ventures program is free to the 10-12 companies accepted each year, and includes a collaborative workspace, peer support, intensive business model development and introductions to the venture funding community.

Residency is the region’s first incubator specifically designed to cultivate environmental and social entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs pay below market rate rent and receive physical space, virtual infrastructure, and advisory services to grow their early stage businesses. The 5,000 square foot space has been open for 1 year and houses 14 start-ups with capacity for several more.


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