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The Southern Poverty Law Center: Seeking Justice in 2017 and Beyond


For nearly five decades, the Southern Poverty Law Center has been fighting hate and seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of society.

Children Across America Need Your Help

1 in 6 kids in America struggle with hunger

1 in 6 children across America struggle with hunger. 

We hear stories every day from teachers, community leaders and parents about children who simply don’t have enough food to eat. We need your help to change that.

Once Suicidal, Here's How Boys Town Helped Pyper Shine

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Diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a child, Pyper was bullied in school to the point of ​considering suicide. Pyper and ​her father found hope at Boys Town, where she fell in with a group of peers who immediately embraced her for her unique gifts. Click here to learn more about Pyper and how Boys Town helped her. 

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Turn Today's HBCU Students Into Tomorrow's Leaders With Thurgood Marshall College Fund

By Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., President & CEO, Thurgood Marshall College Fund

Over the last several months, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund received over 3,500 applications for about 500 scholarships providing financial assistance to students at our 47 historically black member institutions across the country.

HRC: Making a More Inclusive and Accepting World for Everyone


Each day, while elected officials debate political and legislative solutions, HRC Foundation’s incredible staff educates the public and provides training and model policies that alter the fundamental nature of the institutions that govern our everyday lives.

Defending the Rights and Benefits of American Veterans


AMVETS enhances and safeguards the entitlements for all American Veterans who have served honorably and continues to improve the quality of life for them, their families, and the communities where they live through leadership, advocacy and services.

Five 21st Century Skills Kids Gain From Joining Robotics Teams


Miguel was a shy freshman when he joined his high school’s FIRST® Robotics Competition team. With the encouragement of his mentors, he came out of his shell to become a confident public speaker and the team’s president. Miguel says he learned more than how to design and build a robot on the team: “I don’t really know where I would be if it weren’t for what robotics has taught me when it comes to communications, sportsmanship, and technology.”

End The Cycle of Youth Homelessness


“Do not let anyone tell you otherwise: Youth homelessness is a socially determined problem, and solving it is not beyond this nation’s resources and abilities.”

Sobering Statistics

Giving Teen Parents the Opportunity to Become College Graduates and Professionals


“Less than two percent of teen mothers who have a baby before age 18 earn a college degree before age 30.”  (Source: The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy)

Milan’s Two-Pronged Philanthropic Approach to Helping NBCC Know How to End Breast Cancer by 2020


To date, breast cancer is one of the leading causes of death in women across the United States with roughly 42,000 women dying from it each year.


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