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One School at a Time

One School At A Time is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping rebuild infrastructure of underprivileged, rural schools in India. It is a completely volunteer-run organization, OSAAT has no administrative costs, and utilizes almost all th ...

Project Cuddle

Project Cuddle is a nationwide California-based non-profit organization dedicated to preventing baby abandonment. It works with pregnant women in distress to provide shelter, to give guidance to find medical and prenatal care, and to help find ad ...

Project Vietnam

Project Vietnam Foundation - a non-profit program of the American Academy of Pediatrics providing hygiene, medical and educational facilities in Vietnam. The organization was established in 1996 by Dr. Quynh Kieu, a Pediatrician, and operated in ...

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors

Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors is a 501 nonprofit organization that currently advises on and manages more than 0 million in annual charitable giving. Its headquarters are in New York City, with offices in Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco ...

Sephardic Bikur Holim

Sephardic Bikur Holim, or SBH, is a non-profit social services organization that helps families who are in need by, among other things, helping people find jobs or helping people who need food. They have locations in both New York and New Jersey.

Shoshana Foundation

The Shoshana Foundation is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1986 upon the death of Richard F. Gold who was a long time administrator at both the New York City Opera and Chamber Opera Theater of New York. The foundations work focuses ...

Social Assistance Program For Vietnam

Social Assistance Program For Vietnam - a non-profit humanitarian organization. It declares its objective in providing direct relief to needy and poor people, orphans and handicapped children, mainly in health care, education, and social welfare ...

Tara Foundation

The foundation was started in 2001 with the assistance of a $10.000 grant from the Marin Community Foundation. As of April 2008, the Foundation appears to be defunct.

The Thalians

The Thalians is a charitable organization dedicated to mental health causes. It was founded by Hollywood actors in 1955, and takes its name from Thalia, Greek Muse of comedy and idyllic poetry. Over 60 years, the Thalians Annual Galas, honoring a ...

United Givers Fund

United Givers Fund is the name used by several current or historical joint charitable appeals in the United States. Many of these appeals later adopted the United Way name, sometimes in conjunction with a merger with another charitable appeal. Fu ...

Viet Blind Children Foundation

The Viet Blind Children Foundation is a non-profit independent organization of Roman Catholic Christian origin, which declares its aim in supporting health, education, and career development programs for visually impaired children in Vietnam. It ...

Vietnam Assistance for the Handicapped

Vietnam Assistance for the Handicapped is a non-profit organization established to help war amputees and other disabled people in Vietnam. It was founded by Vietnamese American Ca Van Tran in 1991 and is based in McLean, Virginia. The organizatio ...

VNhelp

VNhelp is a non-profit and non-governmental organization which declares its aim to assist children, families, and communities in Vietnam and promote cultural contacts between Vietnam and USA. Founded in 1991 as The VietNam Health, Education and L ...

Wyomissing Foundation

Wyomissing Foundation is a private foundation in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, United States. It was established in 1928 by three local businesspeople who had founded hosiery manufacturing company Berkshire Knitting Mills, later known as Wyomissing I ...

Yellow Ribbon Fund

The Yellow Ribbon Fund is a charity that primarily helps returning American service men & women, injured during active service, who are recovering at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Bethesda Naval Hospital. The charity was founded on March 1, ...

American Buddhist Society and Fellowship, Inc.

The American Buddhist Society and Fellowship, Inc. is a Buddhist organization founded by Robert Ernest Dickhoff in 1945 and incorporated in 1947. The organization has one location in New York City. The organizations main tenet was the conscientio ...

Aryaloka Buddhist Center

The Aryaloka Buddhist Center is a Buddhist organization in Newmarket, New Hampshire, affiliated with the Triratna Buddhist Community. It currently holds various activities for the Buddhist community, including yoga and meditation retreats.

Central Spiritual Board of Buddhists of the USSR

The Central Spiritual Board of Buddhists of the USSR was the authorized organization for Buddhists in the Soviet Union. The organization was founded at a congress of Buddhist believers on May 21–23, 1946 in Ulan-Ude, Buryat-Mongol ASSR. There "La ...

Chogye International Zen Center

Chogye International Zen Center is a Kwan Um School of Zen practice center founded by Seung Sahn in 1975, located in New York City. The center offers a daily practice regimen, as well as retreats and workshops. Wu Kwang is the guiding teacher and ...

Community of Mindful Living

The Community of Mindful Living is a Buddhist community located in Berkeley, California. It was founded in 1983 by followers of the Vietnamese Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh and was incorporated in 1990 in California as a nonprofit religious organ ...

Dechen Choling

Dechen Choling is the residential practice center of the European Shambhala Buddhist community. The center sits in a land of rolling meadows near Limoges, France. Dechen Choling is a part of Shambhala Europe - a network of more than 45 urban medi ...

Do Ngak Kunphen Ling Tibetan Buddhist Center for Universal Peace

Do Ngak Kunphen Ling Tibetan Buddhist Center for Universal Peace is a Tibetan Buddhist retreat center located in Redding, Connecticut. It offers classes and meditation retreats in the Gelug spiritual tradition of the 14th Dalai Lama under the gui ...

Gedatsu Church of America

Gedatsu Church of America is an American Buddhist church with branches in Japan, Sacramento, Los Angeles, and Hawaii. A nonsectarian spiritual movement, it is based on the Japanese Gedatsu-kai, a new religious movement that was founded in 1929 by ...

Lumbini Buddhist University

Lumbini Buddhist University is a tertiary educational institution in Lumbini, Nepal, the birthplace of the lord Buddha. The idea for the university was conceived at the First World Buddhist Summit held in Lumbini in 1998, and it was officially fo ...

Mountains and Rivers Order

The Mountains and Rivers Order of Zen Buddhism is an organization of associated temples, practice centers and sitting groups in the United States and abroad. The main house is the Zen Mountain Monastery located at the foot of Mount Tremper in the ...

Tara Institute

Tara Institute is a Tibetan Buddhist center located in the suburb of East Brighton in Melbourne which provides Buddhist teachings throughout the year. As of March 2010 the lama, Venerable Geshe Doga has been the resident teacher at the centre sin ...

Western Chan Fellowship

The Western Chan Fellowship is an organisation of lay Buddhists. It was formed in 1997 and registered as a charity in 1998. It was based on a network of local groups which formed following the first teaching visit to the UK in 1989 of the Venerab ...

Affinity (Christian organisation)

Affinity is a network of conservative evangelical churches and Christian agencies throughout Britain and Ireland. It was founded in 1953 as the British Evangelical Council and in 1981 numbered over 2.000 churches. The organization stagnated in th ...

American Baptist International Ministries

American Baptist International Ministries is an international Baptist Christian missionary society. It is a constituent board affiliated with the American Baptist Churches USA. The headquarters is in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States.

American Methodist Episcopal Mission

American Methodist Episcopal Mission was an American Methodist missionary society that was involved in sending workers to countries such as China during the late Qing Dynasty.

American Southern Methodist Episcopal Mission

American Southern Methodist Episcopal Mission was an American Methodist missionary society operated by the Methodist Episcopal Church, South that was involved in training and sending workers to urban centers in the U.S. as well as to other countr ...

American Unitarian Association

The American Unitarian Association was a religious denomination in the United States and Canada, formed by associated Unitarian congregations in 1825. In 1961, it consolidated with the Universalist Church of America to form the Unitarian Universa ...

American Unitarian Conference

The American Unitarian Conference is a religious organization and a missionary and publication society which serves the needs of individual Unitarian believers. It was founded in 2000 by several Unitarian Universalists who felt that the Unitarian ...

Apostolic World Christian Fellowship

Apostolic World Christian Fellowship is an alliance of Oneness Pentecostal organizations that include 181 organizations, 20.200 ministers, and 5.2 million members worldwide. It was founded in 1971 by Worthy G. Rowe, a pastor in South Bend, Indian ...

Austrian Student Mission

The Austrian student mission is a group of students from various churches, who wants to make Jesus known at the universities in Austria. Currently there are 6 groups in almost every major university in Austria. The organisation is the Austrian di ...

Baptist Convention of New Mexico

The Baptist Convention of New Mexico is a group of churches affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention located in the New Mexico. Headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the convention is made up of 13 Baptist associations and around 325 c ...

Baptist Mid-Missions

Originally named The General Council of Co-operating Baptist Missions of North America, Inc., it was established October 15, 1920. Its first ministry was located in French Equatorial Africa in the 1920s. In 2006, Baptist Mid-Missions supports nea ...

Baptist Press

Baptist Press is the official news service of the Southern Baptist Convention and is headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. BP issues news releases about Southern Baptists, serves as the Conventions press representative, and coordinates news oper ...

Baptist Union of Poland

The Baptist Union of Poland is an association of Baptist churches in the country of Poland. Modern Baptist work began in Poland in 1844. The first typical Polish congregation was formed in the village of Zelow in 1872. Polish Baptists adopted the ...

BeaconLight Trust

BeaconLight Trust is a non-denominational Christian training organisation that provides biblical training resources. BeaconLight is a registered charity, a member of Global Connections and the Evangelical Alliance.

Berlin Foundling House

Berlin Foundling House was a German Protestant Christian missionary society that was involved in sending workers to China during the late Qing Dynasty.

Boro Baptist Convention

Boro Baptist Convention or BBC is a Baptist churches convention based in Assam, India, with more than 52.000 members and 354 congregations as of 2014. The Boro Baptist Convention was established in 1914 and completed its centenary celebrations in ...

Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church

Bradley Hills Presbyterian Church is a Presbyterian Church located at 6601 Bradley Boulevard in Bethesda, Maryland. The church has a unique partnership with the Bethesda Jewish Congregation, in which they share the same space for worship. It is b ...

Brooklands Christian Guest Home

Brooklands Christian Guest Home is situated in Coonoor at an altitude of 1850 metres above sea level in The Nilgiris District of Tamil Nadu, South India. It is a full-board residential guest home operated by a Protestant trust mainly to provide a ...

Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip

Brotherhood of Andrew and Philip was a fraternal evangelical religious organization founded in 1888 by Rufus W. Miller, of Philadelphia. He became president of the organizations general council. The organization held its first federal convention ...

Brotherhood of St. Andrew

The Brotherhood of St. Andrew is an international lay Christian religious organization with historical roots in the Episcopal Church in the United States of America. The objectives of the organization focus on prayer, Bible study and service to t ...

C.S. Lewis Institute

The C.S. Lewis Institute is an organization founded in 1976. According to their website, their mission statement is "to develop disciples who will articulate, defend, and live their faith in Christ in personal and public life."

California Southern Baptist Convention

The California Southern Baptist Convention is the state convention of the Southern Baptist Convention in California. CSBC includes 1.800 member churches which in turn have 450.000 members. Additionally the CSBC controls and financially supports C ...

Calvary Church (Charlotte)

The church was founded in 1939 as Bible Presbyterian Church at Central High School. The first pastor was Rev. Edgar Archer Dillard, and one of the founding elders was Billy Grahams father Frank, whose participation was in part a response to Billy ...

Canadian Presbyterian Mission

Canadian Presbyterian Mission was a Presbyterian Church in Canada missionary society that was involved in sending workers to countries such as Trinidad and Tobago during British rule and China during the late Qing Dynasty, the most famous of whic ...