Top Ten Charitable Organizations

A recent survey carried out across the globe revealed some facts on the current status of charitable and philanthropic organizations in the world. This list compiles the Top Ten Charities who received the most votes. They have done a fantastic job by getting a large number of supporters to spread the word about their various causes.

 

1. Love/Avon Army of Women

Love Avon Army of Women

The Love/Avon Army of Women is driven by two main partnerships which will propel research to prevent breast cancer: the partnership between Avon Foundation for Women and Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation, and the partnership between women and scientists.

 

2. Best Friends Animal Society

Best Friends Animal Society

Founded in 1986, Best Friends Animal Society is an American nonprofit 501c3 organization that is one of the most popular animal welfare rescue groups in America. Best Friends works with other rescue groups, shelters and members nationwide to promote spay-and-neuter services, pet adoption and education programs around the country.

 

3. Soldier’s Angels

Soldiers Angels

Soldiers’ Angels is a volunteer-led 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides comfort and iad to women and men of the United States Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard, Air Force and their families. It is a volunteer-led, international organization supporting America’s men and women in uniform.

 

4. Mobile Loaves and Fishes

Mobile Loaves and Fishes

Mobile Loaves & Fishes, Inc. (MLF) is a social outreach organization for the indigent working poor and homeless people. Started in 1998 as a ministry of St. John Neumann, it became a nonprofit in 2000. The mission helps to provide clothing, food and dignity to humanity in need.

 

5. Adopt A US Soldier

Adopt A US Soldier

Adopt A US Soldier is a volunteer based program aimed at honoring active US military personnel. It helps to connect deployed soldiers with supportive Americans and is a way by which encouragement and gratitude can be communicated to the brave men and women serving our nation.

 

6. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) is a non profit, private organization established in the U.S in  1984.This center acts as a clearing house of information and also as a contact point to children, parents, schools, law enforcement agencies, and communities offering assistance to raise public awareness to help prevent child sexual abuse, child pornography, help locate missing children etc.

 

7. AmpuCamp

AmpuCamp

The purpose of AMPUCAMP is to provide encouragement, vital support, and resources to anyone regardless of background or age and who have been personally affected by or caring for someone with limb loss through on site or web based events.

 

8. Art of Living

Art of Living

The Art of Living is a non-profit, educational and humanitarian NGO. Founded by PT. Ravishankar, it has its presence in over 140 countries. The organization is engaged in diverse initiatives for uplifting humanity. It also aims to bring peace at the level of the individual, society, nation and the world as a whole.

 

9. Breast Cancer Network of Strength

Breast Cancer network of Strength

Breast Cancer Network of Strength provides immediate emotional relief to all those people who have been affected by breast cancer. Through knowledge, empowerment and peer support, Network of Strength helps to ensure that no one is left fighting breast cancer alone.

 

10. Girl Power 2 Cure, Inc.

Girl Power 2 Cure, Inc.

Girl Power 2 Cure is a national non-profit organization that aims at raising research funds and awareness to treat Rett Syndrome. Rett Syndrome is the most severe of the Autism Spectrum Disorders that mainly affects girls. This debilitating neurological disorder steals the power of speech in girls, hand movement, walking ability etc. Some of them also suffer from other related conditions such as digestive complications, seizures and sleep deprivation.

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