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Arizona's AMWA, a non-profit organization that is committed to helping women of all ethnic and religious backgrounds residing in our community. They strive to help refugees from various countries attain self-sufficiency through the development of specific marketable skills. They also provide scholarships to women attending school for self improvement and help provide emergency financial assistance to women and their families.
ASA Now a non- profit that supports, assists and advocates for children and families in the adoptive and foster community. They are currently building Jacob's Community Center that will be a center for foster kids to find respite, professional help, therapeutic programs, family activities, peer-to-peer support groups, education and training.
A non profit that feeds children all over the world. Donations given by people just like you fund the meal ingredients. Volunteers hand-pack the meals. Meals are donated to FMSC food partners around the world, where kids are fed and lives are saved!
Mormon Women's History Initiative is non profit that promotes research and networking in the field of Mormon Women’s History. They highlight the lives and experiences of Mormon women across the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by bringing them to diverse audiences in print and in person. They act as a "hub" of independent scholars that facilitates connection and coordination of many groups and individuals to the community.
The Reeder t-shirt
Lucky Fin Project
The Lucky Fin Project creates a support network for families around the world with limb differences. Their services link parents to medical information and resources, provides education on limb differences, financially supports efforts for children to attend specialized camps, obtain prosthetic and fund other organizations within the limb different community.
The Lucky Fin t-shirt