Amighand International exists to form a family of career missionaries, short-term volunteers, support personnel, and partners united to promote the gospel of Jesus Christ, undergrad the international indigenous church, and offer help to a hurting humanity. The primary purpose of Amighand was to facilitate United States volunteers as they contributed goods and services to strengthen established missionary efforts.
Non profit organization aimed at assisting athletes from the Dominican Republic to attend universities in the United States.
Non-profit program that serves disadvantaged children in the city of Consuelo in the Dominican Republic. It provides Christian education, clothing and care to children, young people and their families.
The concept of the Cigar Family Charitable Foundation was developed by Carlos Fuentes Jr.who was inspired by both the tremendous humanitarian needs of the Dominican people as well as the incredible generosity of CigarFamily.com members. Its mission consist in providing significant humanitarian impact to communities in Dominican Republic.
Founded as a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization, DAMA seeks to address the needs of all Dominicans and Dominicans-Americans in the Midwest region of the U.S. Specifically, DAMA will create an avenue for analysis, planning, and action concerning political, educational, economic, and health-related issues that affect their lives. DAMA will strive to create an awareness in the Dominican-American community that rights and duties permeate all social, cultural, economic, and political activities.
The Dominican-American National Roundtable (DANR) is a non-partisan, non-profit corporation seeking to bring together the Different Voice of all people of Dominican origin in the United States. DANR is a national forum for analysis, planning, and action to advance the educational, Economic, legal, social, cultural, and Political Interests of Dominican Americans. It AIMS to Ensure U.S. Dominicans the full for Exercise of the rights and freedoms guaranteed in the Constitution of the United States of America.
The Dominican Foundation has been developed to improve the lives of Dominicans by improving their access to health and education. The Dominican Foundation supports programs that promote self-help – helping others help themselves. We are against any approach that treats the poor as being unable to manage their own lives. Our dream is that one day the average Dominican has access to clean water, adequate sanitation, basic health care and a decent education. This dream guides our vision and defines our purpose.
Nonprofit organization improving education for children in rural areas and small communities on the North Coast of the Dominican Republic.
Non profit organization of former and current Peace Corps volunteers and staff, and other friends who create a community that supports current volunteer projects, shares news and information about the Dominican Republic and promotes the understanding and appreciation of the Dominican culture.
The fundamental purpose of this Foundation is to educate orphan and needy children in order to provide them with a better opportunity for a prosperous future and prepare them to become productive citizens in society. Immaculate Conception Foundation, Inc.
Nonprofit organization which operates on behalf of people in need in the community of Licey al Medio in Santiago, Dominican Republic.
We provide medical care for the poor, dig wells where there is a lack of clean water, fly medical supplies to remote locations in our own plane and provide educational and agricultural assistance to under served communities from our base in Puerto Plata, Sosua, Dominican Republic.
Our mission is to provide quality primary health care to under served patients of the Dominican Republic and to build local capacity for achieving improved community health. Through partnering international medical service trips with community-based health initiatives, we work to promote well-being and access to health care.
IKF's Wonderfund is a life-saving medical care program for children-in-need. Without our efforts, many of these under-privileged kids would have no recourse or treatment options. With your help, Wonderfund can make a dramatic impact on the lives of numerous ailing children from all over the world.
The ImpACTA Kids Foundation is a charitable foundation created by Cleveland Indians Manager, Manny Acta. The foundation was launched in November of 2007 and is focused on providing opportunities for kids to achieve their dreams, both in the Dominican Republic and the United States, by emphasizing the importance of education, health, and athletics.
MIR has grown quickly in order to provide the people of the Dominican Republic with the hope and love they need and deserve. The foundation survives on donations made by people who believe in our mission. Its mission consist to assist children and families to escape poverty by identifying and addressing their needs through educational services and collaborative programs.
We are non-profit organization with headquarters at The Bronx county, New York which provides health-related services to the community in The great NY area. We are advocates for our community regarding disease prevention, medical lectures, medical education among other services.
We are a non-profit 501 (c) (3) tax exempt organization that was founded by Orlando Vargas in 2003, with a mission to improve the lives of those in need by serving and directing resources in the communities of the Dominican Republic with excellence and joy. In the past 5 years ODRI has establish itself as one of the most reputable non-profit organizations in New England and across the country for directing resources and donations to communities and people in need in the Dominican Republic.
To promote awareness, provide hope and meet tangible needs for families and children who live with Down syndrome. To provide extraordinary experiences for children with disabilities and/or life threatening illnesses. To improve the standard of living and quality of life for impoverished children in the Dominican Republic through education, medical relief and tangible goods.
Sister Island Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting respectful international friendship and cultural, educational, and technical exchange between people of the United States and people of the Dominican Republic. In addition, Sister Island Project promotes awareness of issues that challenge developing countries and collaborates with Dominicans on mutually beneficial humanitarian projects.
A registered Canadian charitable organization. It is a sister foundation to Fundacion para la Prevencion y la Salud Bucal de los Niños (commonly referred to as Sonrisas) in the Dominican Republic. Sonrisas has been dedicated to improving the health of the Dominican population with special emphasis placed upon the education and treatment of children.
The Batey Relief Alliance (BRA) is a non-profit, non-political, humanitarian aid entity uniting grassroots groups, faith-based organizations, government agencies, and the international community in a strategic partnership to help create a safe, productive and self-sufficient environment, through health care, education and development programs, for children and their families severely affected by extreme poverty, disease, and hunger in the United States and the Caribbean.