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Take a look at the running charities for November 2014. Click on “LEARN MORE” for videos, pictures, and information.

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Guiding Eyes is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit providing superbly bred and trained guide and service dogs that expand horizons for people to achieve life’s goals. All services are offered free of charge to men and women who are blind or visually impaired and to families with children with autism. Guiding Eyes is dependent upon contributions to fulfill its mission. The organization’s Headquarters and Training Center is located in Yorktown Heights, N.Y. and its Canine Development Center is in Patterson, N.Y.

Guiding Eyes For The Blind

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ACT was founded in 1996 with the mission of working with indigenous groups in tropical America to protect biodiversity and strengthen indigenous culture and health. ACT was the first organization committed to partner with indigenous communities throughout the Amazon. Prior to this, many conservation efforts excluded native peoples and overlooked the importance of ancestral rainforests. Since it’s founding, ACT has partnered with more than 30 groups throughout South America on numerous initiatives. We believe that indigenous peoples are the best stewards of the rainforest because they have a physical, medical and spiritual tie to these lands.

Amazon Conservation Team

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Shared Hope International is dedicated to bringing an end to sex trafficking through our three-prong approach – prevent, restore, and bring justice. With our expertise and resources we equip first responders and community members to identify warning signs of trafficking and employ intervention techniques to rescue child trafficking victims. We also advance the prioritization of ending child sex slavery by initiating campaigns that raise alarm in communities. This has accelerated solutions to combat sexual exploitation. Our initiatives have advanced the development of stronger, targeted legislation and policy to combat injustice and protect victims. Additionally, we support safe homes, medical care, education, and other outreach and intervention services for survivors.

Shared Hope International

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Paws With A Cause® is a national non-profit organization with a mission to enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities through custom-trained Assistance Dogs. PAWS® also works to increase awareness of the rights and roles of Assistance Dog Teams through education and advocacy. Since 1979, PAWS has placed more than 2,600 Assistance Dogs throughout the country, and currently provides services in 28 states. PAWS trains four types of Assistance Dogs: Service Dogs for people with physical disabilities; Hearing Dogs for those who are Hearing Impaired/Deaf; Seizure Response Dogs for people with seizure disorders; and Service Dogs for Children with Autism. PAWS clients do not pay any fee to apply for or receive a PAWS Dog.

Paws With A Cause

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Seacology protects island habitats and assist local communities by offering villages a unique deal: if they agree to create a forest or marine reserve, we’ll provide funds for something the village needs, like a schoolhouse or health clinic. Since 1991, we’ve worked with more than 200 villages on 151 islands in 54 countries, helping to protect more than one million acres of some of the world’s most vulnerable ecosystems.

Seacology

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Giving Children Hope has been Bringing Health to Kids in Crisis!for 20 years. We deliver food, medicine, medical supplies and equipment to communities here and around the world. Our supplies and services provide urgent relief for disaster victims, food for the hungry and sustainable health for the poor. Whether the need be shipping containers of specialized medical equipment, suitcases full of bandages or backpacks full of food, GCHope is prepared.

Giving Children Hope

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