The American Red Cross helps those affected by disasters by providing health services, emergency shelter, financial assistance and transitional housing.
To date, charity: water has brought clean and safe drinking water to more than 5.2 million people across 24 countries.
Feeding America's network of 200 food banks serves 46 million people annually across the United States.
The Global Poverty Project inspires people around the world to be-come Global Citizens and help end extreme poverty by 2030 – through public, business and political commitments.
The International Youth Foundation prepares young people to be healthy, productive and engaged citizens by ensuring they develop the leadership, technical and life skills to succeed.
The Local Initiative Support Corporation mobilizes corporate, government and philanthropic support to provide low-income communities with affordable hous-ing, schools and more.
The Nature Conservancy has protected more than 119 million acres of land and thousands of miles of rivers worldwide – and op-erates more than 100 marine conservation projects globally
ONE is an international campaigning and advocacy organization of 6 million+ people, taking action to end extreme poverty and pre-ventable disease around the world, particularly in Africa.
Opportunity International provides access to life-changing financial services and training that small business entrepreneurs use to create jobs and sustainable incomes for their families.
The United Nations Foundation is making bold strides in global health, climate change, peace and security, women's empower-ment, poverty eradication and U.S./UN relations.
Through commitment to improving education, helping more people achieve financial stability and promoting healthy lives, United Way has impacted over 50 million lives around the world.
For 25 years, Water.org has provided access to safe water, im-proved sanitation and the ability to finance these vital necessities – providing better futures for communities worldwide.