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No One Left Behind: Crisis Relief for Afghanistan
Since the withdrawal of American Troops in Afghanistan, a humanitarian crisis has developed as the Taliban takes control over most of the country. Hundreds of thousands of Afghans are being subjected to violence and displacement every passing day, and with destruction of infrastructure, health care facilities, public services and schools, it is becoming increasing unsafe for any Afghan citizen that was an ally to U.S. military over the past 20 years, along with their families. These people are looking for a way out of the fear and persecution, and as the world watches Afghanistan, so many of us are looking for ways to help. The Village Voice is passionate about doing what we can to support an organization that has a long standing history of helping those men and women that were so dedicated to serving alongside the US military. This is an organization that has a proven track record of not only helping the alley citizens coming out of Afghanistan, but also aiding the ones that are unable to leave by providing much needed resources. 100% of the proceeds will be given to No One Left behind, a charity organization dedicated to ensuring that America keeps its promise to our interpreters from Iraq and Afghanistan. Please Donate Generously! –– About No One Left Behind: No One Left Behind is the only nation-wide association of wartime allies in the US dedicated to ensuring that America keeps its promise to our interpreters from Iraq and Afghanistan. These brave men and women served right alongside US military and government personnel, and in many cases, directly saved American lives. Our vision is to see that each wartime ally is honored for his or her courageous service. We want their families to achieve the American Dream. We stand together, Shona ba Shona, Kataf Lakataf, Shoulder-to-Shoulder, in pursuing this noble cause. –– Testimonials: “I have been assisted almost in everything of my new life here in the USA, from the first month of arriving up to now.” -Farid (San Francisco Bay Area) “NOLB helped me with find housing and employment and now I’m able to support my family. I really appreciate all the efforts and kindness ofNOLB.” -Masood (Omaha) “What NOLB did to me and my family: Warm welcoming at the airport! Making ready the apartment with all the furniture! Paying Security deposit!Paying first month’s rent! Helping to get your driver license! Get you a car!!! And many many many more. NO ONE LEFT BEHIND! You are unique. Thank you so much!” -Hasibullah (Rochester) “When we arrive in San Diego we received assistance from the No One Left Behind organization. Like house equipment, making resumes, looking for jobs, and many more guidance. Also, they guide me on how to process my documents at USCIS and applying for a driving license at DMV. I really appreciate NOLB organization for helping us and our settlement in San Diego. “ -Mohammad (San Diego) “Thank you so much for outstanding support during that hard time, me and my family are really grateful for all your organization help. Now I’m feeling much better and a good thing, I just started my career last week. Thank you again for all your support.” -Mujeeb Rahman (Seattle)
Save the dogs
My mission is to save as many dogs as possible!
Restoring Lives Ministries International
Leading in individual and family to a sustainable life.
Supporting United Way of Central Alabama
Riley Give Back Campaign
The secret to living is giving!
Lindy Jack’s Rain Forrest Preservation
Let’s help Save this Forrest
Lifeline Child Sponsor
Hey guys i want to help sponser a child through lifeline. Will you join me
BEAM to the moon
Raising contributions for the Erlang Ecosystem Foundation, so we all get more cool stuff.
My goal with this campaign is to provide resources for alternative learning and life skills for humans of all ages. I hope to educate people with useful knowledge from taxes and government to foraging and survivalism.
Laura's Nourish the children fundraiser
This will help feed hungry children
The Echelon need money to buy tshirts for prizes
Feed the Children- Project Uganda
This foundation was created to help feed the children and families of impoverished countries.
United Colors Inc
Local ,Holistic Resource Center - seeking funds for materials and labor cost to build a food pantry and stage inside our new facilities.
Ophema non profit organization.inc
Our organization we help people Tha don’t have a place to sleep in Tha sleeping in car.
Protect Female Inc
This is a place where female stalking and gang stalking victims can receive help in Los Angeles county, California for right now. www.protectfemale.com/home
Ophema non profit organization.inc
Our organization we are trying to raised money to help people Tha don’t have a place to sleep in those Tha sleeping in a car to this year we trying to raised money to help the homeless Tha on the street.
Help The Boys in the Band raise support for The SAM Foundation
It is a genuine privilege to partner with The SAM Foundation again for our third annual Alabama tribute show here in my hometown of Fort Payne, AL. The work that The SAM Foundation is putting forth to prevent suicide through education, and the destigmatization of mental health issues is much needed and appreciated. As someone who has personally struggled with anxiety and depression, since adolescence, it is a cause close to my heart. I believe that feeling free to talk about mental health, especially for those who may have been taught to hide feelings and emotions, is a major step toward preventing suicide. My grandfather, Paul Crow, started what became the Randy Owen Celebrity Golf Classic in the early 1980s, and that event raised over $1M for abused, abandoned, and neglected young people in Alabama. It was a cause important to him, and he generously offered his support for many years. In my mind I’m following in his footsteps, in a small way, to support a cause close to me. Not to mention it is a huge honor to me that our event pays tribute to my other heroes, our hometown boys, Alabama. Roll on! - Michael Weatherly Boys in the Band
Service Guild Tailgate for the Bell Center
Help the Service Guild support the Bell Center! Founded in 1958, the Service Guild brings women together to serve the needs of children with disabilities. Fifty-plus years later with a membership of over 135 dedicated volunteers, The Service Guild continues to be a vital part of the work of The Bell Center in making a difference in the lives of children with developmental delays. In addition to their tremendous volunteer and financial support of The Bell Center, Service Guild members build community support and an understanding for each child and the growth they experience through the work at The Bell Center. All donations made to this campaign will go directly to the Bell Center to serve the needs of children with disabilities. Thank you for your support!
Springfield School Restoration-save a piece of history
"Back about fifty years ago when the Negros had no school they went back into the woods and built one for themselves out of hand-hewn logs." Randolph T. Blackwell, (SRA)speaking of the Springfield School
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