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Plan International is a non-profit children's development organization.
From the website: "We work in 50 developing countries across Africa, Asia and the Americas to promote child rights and lift millions of children out of poverty."
In 2013, Plan worked with 78 million children in 90,229 communities."
Consider sponsoring a child.
Agape Villages is a non-profit foster care agency that works to provide services to disadvantaged youth.
From the website: "Agape Villages mobilizes community resources to provide quality homes, innovative solutions and the highest of professional services to disadvantaged children and their families to meet their needs, maximize their potential and lead toward a better and brighter future."
The Huffington Post has an article on the state of Ebola treatment in West Africa.
From the article :"The U.N. health agency has said the focus should be on practicing good hygiene, and quickly identifying the sick and isolating them. That task is made harder, however, by the shortage of space in treatment facilities.
Beds in such…Continue
10,000 Degrees is a 3-star rated charity working to help students achieve their dreams.
From the website: "Help put 10,000 students from low-income households on the path to a college degree. Get involved and change the world."
Consider donating to 10,000 Degrees.
The AIDS Foundation Houston is a 3-star rated charity working to help those affected by HIV/AIDS.
From the website: "AFH has steadily evolved from a grass-roots community agency to a professionally managed human services organization that provides many services including benefits and resources counseling, case management, housing, and food and nutrition assistance to low-income, HIV+ men, women, and children."
Watsi is an organization working to get healthcare services to those who need it. 100% of donations goes to funding healthcare for Watsi patients.
From the website: "Watsi enables anyone to directly fund life-changing healthcare for people around the world. So far, 7,360 donors have funded life-changing healthcare for 2,218 patients like Nairorie, pictured above with her mother. Here's how it works."
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