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Cape Cod Chabad Lubavitch, IncTo ensure Jewish continuity, Chabad of Cape Cod is dedicated to promoting Jewish awareness, values, and pride through educational classes, programs, and Holiday events at which all are welcome. As part of the network of 2,600 centers worldwide, we strive to revitalize Jewish life and the observance of traditions. We stand ready to assist all who are in need through our social service programs. Religious Hyannis MA
Cape Fear Literacy CouncilTo provide individualized literacy services for adults in the Cape Fear area so they can reach their goals & develop their potential on the job, for their children and families, in their communities, and for themselves. Education
Civic and Public Benefit
Basic Needs and Human Services
Wilmington NC
Cape Fear Parrot SanctuaryMission: The Cape Fear Parrot Sanctuary (CFPS) rescues, rehabilitates, and cares for parrots who are unwanted, abused, neglected, or whose owners can no longer care for them. CFPS is committed to providing a permanent refuge and a lifelong, healthy habitat for these parrots. Environment and Protection of Animals Wilmington NC
Cape Fear Volunteer CenterThe mission of the Cape Fear Volunteer Center is to build and maintain an organization capable of meeting the needs of the non-profit community. We will provide trained volunteers, resources and processes that stimulate effective solutions for the New Hanover County area. Civic and Public Benefit
Basic Needs and Human Services
Education
WIlmington NC
Cape May Maritime Museum and Education Center, IncThe mission of the Museum is to create a greater appreciation and preservation of this treasure through educational programs in collaboration with local mariners and marine scientists. We plan to purchase, collect, restore and exhibit artifacts having to do with past and present maritime activities of Cape May. Civic and Public Benefit
Education
Cape May NJ
Cape-Atlantic C.A.T.S. (Citizens Altering The Strays)Our mission is to rescue cats and kittens in danger of losing their lives in shelters and on the streets, provide necessary vet care, foster homes, and socializing when necessary. We promote and assist with Trap-Neuter-Release as an alternative to euthanasia. Our ultimate goal is to find caring homes for the continuing flow of cats and kittens housed in our free-roaming "suites", which are open to the public 7 days a week in downtown Ocean City, NJ. Environment and Protection of Animals Ocean City NJ
Capital Area Animal Welfare SocietyMission Statement The Capital Area Animal Welfare Society (CAAWS) is a non-profit organization committed to the well-being of animals in the Baton Rouge community by providing, facilitating, and promoting spay/neuter, adopting or facilitating the adoption of homeless animals, and teaching the community responsible companion animal ownership and the humane treatment of animals. Environment and Protection of Animals Baton Rouge LA
Capital Area CASA AssociationThe CASA program recruits, trains and supervises community volunteers to speak up for abused and neglected children and advocate for their timely placement into safe and permanent homes. Basic Needs and Human Services Baton Rouge LA
Capital Area Center for Independent LivingThe Capital Area Center for Independent Living-Your Disability Resource- empowers People with Disabilities to take control of their lives. At CACIL, we believe in including people with disabilities in all aspects of the human experience. Basic Needs and Human Services Lansing MI
Capital Area Corporate Recycling CouncilThe Capital Area Corporate Recycling Council (CACRC) works with school districts and prisons to implement computer training, repair, and recycling programs designed to provide students and inmates with marketable job skills. Thousands of donated, refurbished computers have become available, providing needed technology for Louisiana schools and valuable training for our students. The revenue generated through eBay sales maintains our Computers for Louisiana's Kids (CLK-pronounced "click") program running. Education
Basic Needs and Human Services
Civic and Public Benefit
Baton Rouge LA
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