“In Ur life did U just give a little, Or did U give all that U had?” ~Prince
The Bridge for Youth is an important resource for youth and their families in surviving crisis and ending homelessness.
Iowa Homeless Youth Center gives children, teens and young adults the opportunity to find their voice, make healthy choices, feel safe and secure, learn life skills, heal with compassion, grow their confidence and—together, stand strong.
Y.A.N.A. Project (You Are Not Alone ) provides assistance to those needing supervised visitation or monitored exchange assistance.
Parents Let’s Unite for Kids PLUK is a network of 50,000 families of children with disabilities and special health care needs in Montana. PLUK is a component of the Part C/Early Intervention resource and referral system; serves as Montana’s Parent Training and Information Center, the Family to Family Health Information and Education Center, and the Family Voices state affiliate.
The Judevine Autism Center mission is to make a real difference in the quality of life for children and adults with autism and their families, wherever they may live.
City of Hope is a leader in the research and treatment of cancer, diabetes, and other serious diseases.
Physiotherapy and Rehabilitative Support for Afghanistan (PARSA) supports building economies for women; enables recovery for physically disabled, orphans, and battered women; and revived the tradition of Scouting for Afghani youth.
H.A.L.O. (Helping and Loving Orphans) lead by the late Betty Tisdale, collected funds and supplies for orphanages and at-risk children in Vietnam, Colombia, Afghanistan, Mexico and Haiti. Please also read this account of the Angel of Saigon by the Yale Asian American Students Alliance.
The Elton John AIDS Foundation goal is to create an AIDS-free future for all.
“I wish U heaven.” ~Prince
Jehovah’s Witnesses – Chanhassen Congregation
Jehovah’s Witnesses – St Louis Park Congregation