Posted by: Maggie | November 4, 2009

Passion 4 Christ

Want to get and be real with Jesus Christ? Then visit
Copy and paste this url into your browser and your life will be changed 4ever.

wwiTV – Watch La Familia Delafe Live TV broadcast from Puerto Rico.

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Posted by: Maggie | October 18, 2009

Compassion International

Releasing children from poverty in Jesus’ name.

Compassion International is a Christian child sponsorship organization

that exists as an advocate for children, releasing them from spiritual,

 economic, social and physical poverty and enabling them to become

 responsible, fulfilled Christian adults.

Posted by: Maggie | June 13, 2008

Open Doors

Distribute Bible and literature
Leadership training and assistance
Christian community development
Web address is

Posted by: Maggie | January 24, 2008

Parental Rights

The campaign is dedicated to seeking an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to protect the rights of parents to raise their children. For more information, contact:
P.O. Box 1090
Purcellville, VA 20134-1090
Phone: 540-751-1200

Posted by: Maggie | December 15, 2007

Samaritan’s Purse

Our work takes us throughout the world to extend the love of Jesus Christ to hurting people. For over 35 years, Samaritan’s Purse has done our utmost to follow Christ’s command by going to the aid of the world’s poor, sick, and suffering. We are an effective means of reaching hurting people in countries around the world with food, medicine, and other assistance in the Name of Jesus Christ. This, in turn, earns us a hearing for the Gospel, the Good News of eternal life through Jesus Christ.

Posted by: Maggie | November 14, 2007

Gospel For Asia

Planting Churches in Unreached Areas

In each aspect of Gospel for Asia’s ministry, the primary aim is to plant churches among the unreached — those who have never heard the Gospel.

Sending Native Missionaries

Gospel for Asia trains and sends native missionaries because they have proven extremely effective. They are already familiar with the language and culture, and they live at the level of the people they serve, thus removing many social barriers.

100 Percent Goes to the Field

Gospel for Asia sends 100 percent of the money you donate for work on the mission field to the field. Nothing is taken out for administrative expenses.

My Dear Friend,

In our busy lives, it is easy to be so preoccupied with our own dreams and pursuits that we lose our eternal perspective. Both the joys of heaven and the crying needs of a lost world can seem unreal and far away.

But the harsh reality is that 2.7 billion people of our generation are still unreached with the Gospel. What answers are we prepared to give to the living God when He asks about the blood of these multitudes on our hands?

Today, we have the great privilege of helping them come to know Jesus. If we will commit to live for what is eternal, this generation can be reached with the Gospel.

I pray that Gospel for Asia will become like a bridge, giving you the opportunity to walk away from your own preoccupations to the harvest fields of Asia—and see the perishing multitudes through the eyes of Jesus.

May you allow God to use your life to change the destiny of millions through your prayers and partnership with our native brothers and sisters.

A hundred years from now, you will be glad you did!

Yours for the lost multitudes of Asia,

Dr. K.P. Yohannan
Founder & President of Gospel for Asia

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Posted by: Maggie | August 15, 2007

The Jalen Rose Foundation

The Jalen Rose Foundation was established by NBA star  and Phoenix Sun’s Guard Jalen Rose to create life-changing opportunities for underserved youth through the development of unique programs and the distribution of grants to qualified nonprofit organizations.  Grants focus on sports and education and are distributed in Jalen’s hometown of Detroit as well as his current NBA home.Primarily funded through generous donations from Jalen, JRF has distributed nearly $1 million to charities.  Most recently JRF awarded a $100,000 grant to the Biamba Marie Mutombo Hospital and Research Center in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In addition to supporting the endowment of a scholarship at the University of Michigan, the foundation distributes 5 four-year scholarships annually to Detroit high school seniors. JRF received more than 230 applications this year from qualified Detroit high school seniors looking for financial assistance. The foundation welcomes individual donations and corporate sponsors so that we can enhance our scholarship program. Every young man and woman deserves access to a college education!

Posted by: Maggie | August 14, 2007

Music Project/Charity

Myself and some musician friends created a music project/charity focusing on assisting two impoverished communites in Honduras. We created an original music CD and sell the CD on the web with all proceeds going directly to the mission fund supported by our parish church. So far, we have raised $13000 – no one, not me or anyone affiliated with the church, receives a penny. The recording and duplication of the CD, website, brochures, etc. have all been donated so all monies go the fund. This charity, along with other donations, has been responsible for rebuilding roads, chapels, farms, and schools. We have also reprinted schoolbooks for the kids and sent musical instruments for their school program. At this time, our focus has been limited to a small population, but we feel we have made a huge impact so far. Please check out my site, the church links re: the mission, etc, and contact me if you have questions.

Posted by: Maggie | August 4, 2007

Caring Bridge

As a Minnesota-based organization, our thoughts and prayers are with the families and loved ones affected by the I-35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis. Our entire staff and their families are safe, and we continue to work especially hard to ensure that CaringBridge is available for free to families and friends needing to stay connected, informed and supported as they care for loved ones injured in this tragedy.

Whether it’s an accident, disease, tragedy Caring Bridge is there to help keep families in touch.

Posted by: Maggie | July 23, 2007

Haley’s Hope

Krabbe disease is a lethal, demyelinating condition caused by a deficiency of galactosylceramidase (GALC) enzyme activity. This leads to accumulation of cerebroside and psychosine. The most common form of Krabbe disease is the infantile form. These babies have mental and motor deterioration related to loss of myelin in the brain and peripheral nervous system. They usually die by two years of age. Less common are later onset forms of Krabbe disease that affect children and adults. It is likely that different mutations in the GALC gene cause this variability in onset and severity of symptoms. Sometimes differences may occur even among family members. Krabbe disease is inherited in an autosomal recessive pattern, two copies of non-working (GALC) genes must be present for symptoms to occur. Researchers are currently trying to develop methods of treatment.

Posted by: Maggie | July 23, 2007

Wheels For the World

Joni and Friends’ flagship wheelchair outreach program, informs you on how to donate a wheelchair, crutches, canes, walkers or other rehabilitation equipment through a volunteer organization called Chair Corps. WFTW wheelchair restoration shop requirements are described along with a list of private correctional centers, state prisons and Federal prisons and penitentiaries who partner with Joni and Friends. International Mission Outreaches describes how to apply, what to expect and lists upcoming mission outreach. Wheelchair distribution advises on the three ways wheelchairs are dispensed to disabled individuals living abroad.

Posted by: Maggie | July 20, 2007

Out To Pasture-Caring For Abused Animals

Many people question why I choose to provide care to elderly, abused, terminally ill and/or physically challenged animals when there are so many healthy animals that are in need of a home.

    My response is to ask a simple question of them – if they had a friend that was elderly, abused, terminally ill and/or physically challenged would they not want to provide them with loving and supportive care?

    With animals we are loved unconditionally.  We dedicate endless time, energy and emotional attachment to them and in return, they become our soul mates, companions and sometimes our guides.  For this simple reason, they deserve the chance to live their lives to the fullest.

    The animals I care for deserve, as do all animals, to live a good life with as much love, peace, dignity and ease from pain as possible.  All of my charges will be fully supported for as long as they are able to live a quality life; however,  I believe that no animal should experience unnecessary pain or suffering simply to prolong its life.

                                          – Carrie Haggart

Posted by: Maggie | June 21, 2007

The International Institute of Connecticut, Inc.

It’s a non-profit social services agency helping new Americans to get on their feet. Check out the website at

Posted by: Maggie | May 15, 2007

The Moral Majority

What We Are All About:      
THE FOUR-PRONGED TMMC PLATFORMOur four-fold platform is:

(1) TMMC will conduct an intensive “Voter Registration Campaign” through America’s conservative churches, para-church ministries, pro-life and pro-family organizations.

(2) TMMC will conduct well organized “Get-Out-The-Vote Campaigns” in 2008.

(3) TMMC will engage in the massive recruitment and mobilization of social conservatives through television, radio, direct mail (U.S.P.S. and Internet) and public rallies.

(4) TMMC will encourage the promotion of continuous private and corporate prayer for America’s moral renaissance based on 2 Chronicles 7:14.

My leadership role in TMMC reminds me of a similar commitment I made more than a quarter-century ago. It was April 1979. I had just founded the Moral Majority and agreed to devote five years to its leadership. I actually gave ten years of my life before disbanding the organization in 1989 to focus on the expansion of Liberty University.

At that time, God burdened my heart to mobilize religious conservatives around a pro-life, pro-family, strong national defense and pro-Israel platform, designed to return America to her Judeo-Christian heritage.

And I distinctively feel that burden again. Our nation simply cannot continue as we know it if we allow out-of-control lawmakers and radical judges — working at the whims of society — to alter the moral foundations of America.

During Moral Majority’s heyday, we registered millions of new voters and re-activated millions more. More than 100,000 pastors, priests and rabbis and nearly seven million families joined hands and hearts to reclaim America for God. Many historians believe the result was the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980 and the genesis of what the media calls the “Religious Right.”


In 2004, my wife Macel and I watched the election returns until early the next morning. President Bush was reelected (despite apparent manipulation of the early exit polling). Eleven family initiatives passed overwhelmingly in favor of traditional marriage, and opposing same-sex marriage. Unprecedented victories in the Senate and the House strengthened the President’s hand for future congressional action.

Tom Daschle, the Senate Minority Leader who had consistently obstructed President Bush’s efforts to appoint constructionist judges, was defeated. His defeat should serve as a powerful indicator that we have the power to effectively take on politicians who are under the spell of the potent abortion-rights organizations across this nation.

Christian giants like Dr. James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family, provided energetic and courageous leadership. Dr. Donald Wildmon of the American Family Association, Dr. D. James Kennedy of Coral Ridge Ministries, Dr. John Hagee of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, the many national leaders of the Arlington Group, the upstart alternative Internet news sites and more than 225,000 evangelical pastors helped turn out the largest electorate ever. And, I repeat, they all voted Christian!!

We must now diligently work to multiply our turnout for the 2006 and 2008 elections.

As national chairman of TMMC, I am committed to lending my influence to help send out at least 40 million evangelical voters in 2008. The thought of a Hillary Clinton or John Edwards presidency is simply unacceptable (and quite frightening).


Over the past few days, I have been inundated with requests from across America to “finish what you started 25 years ago.”

With more than seven decades now in the rear view mirror, I can honestly say that I feel the leading of the Holy Spirit to answer that call and to once again mobilize people of faith to reclaim this great country as “one nation under God.” My primary “light of the world” calling is to continue serving as pastor of Thomas Road Baptist Church and chancellor of Liberty University.

But I am praying for the strength and wisdom to also successfully complete my “salt of the earth” ministry. America is worth saving. Our children and children’s children will hold us accountable if we fail.

We will be organizing in all 50 states and enlisting and training millions of Americans to become partners in this exciting task of bringing this nation back to the moral values of faith and family on which it was founded. My National Liberty Journal newspaper will serve as a springboard for this great effort.

I urge my friends around the country to immediately get involved and join me in this commitment, which is really an investment in America, in our children and in our children’s children.

Posted by: Maggie | May 11, 2007

Gospel For Asia

Planting Churches in Unreached Areas
In each aspect of Gospel for Asia’s ministry, the primary aim is to plant churches among the unreached — those who have never heard the Gospel.
Sending Native Missionaries
Gospel for Asia trains and sends native missionaries because they have proven extremely effective. They are already familiar with the language and culture, and they live at the level of the people they serve, thus removing many social barriers.
100 Percent Goes to the Field
Gospel for Asia sends 100 percent of the money you donate for work on the mission field to the field. Nothing is taken out for administrative expenses.
My Dear Friend,
In our busy lives, it is easy to be so preoccupied with our own dreams and pursuits that we lose our eternal perspective. Both the joys of heaven and the crying needs of a lost world can seem unreal and far away.
But the harsh reality is that 2.7 billion people of our generation are still unreached with the Gospel. What answers are we prepared to give to the living God when He asks about the blood of these multitudes on our hands?Today, we have the great privilege of helping them come to know Jesus. If we will commit to live for what is eternal, this generation can be reached with the Gospel.

I pray that Gospel for Asia will become like a bridge, giving you the opportunity to walk away from your own preoccupations to the harvest fields of Asia–and see the perishing multitudes through the eyes of Jesus.

May you allow God to use your life to change the destiny of millions through your prayers and partnership with our native brothers and sisters.

A hundred years from now, you will be glad you did!

Yours for the lost multitudes of Asia,
Dr. K.P. Yohannan
Founder & President of Gospel for Asia

Posted by: Maggie | May 9, 2007

Military Families Stay Together Through Video

 Thanks to United Through ReadingKeeping a family close while members are physically separated is a huge challenge for military families, especially in situations where communication is difficult or impossible. But thanks to Target’s support of United Through Reading, fathers and mothers, siblings, uncles and aunts, and even “adopted” mentors and classroom readers can send videos back home of themselves reading favorite books and singing songs. It’s a huge morale boost on both sides, and a constant reminder of love.
  Find out more about United Through Reading at

Posted by: Maggie | May 9, 2007

Project Cuddle

How It All Began
Project Cuddle® is the result of one woman’s crusade to help prevent infants from being abandoned. Debbe Magnusen and her husband Dave fostered over 30 drug-exposed babies, while raising two biological children. They eventually adopted five beautiful little ones. Thus,Project Cuddle’s® crisis line was formed from the living room of Debbe’s home, with the hope of ending baby abandonment.

On July 8, 1996, the 24 hour toll-free crisis hotline was unveiled to the public. Within 12 hours, Project Cuddle® received its first crisis call. A frightened young woman called and said “I saw you on TV and I know the trash is bad for the baby. You better figure out what to do with this baby or I’m going to put it in the park.” The woman had no prenatal care and assumed she was due in the next week.

With only days to orchestrate a safe and legal alternative to abandonment, Project Cuddle® was able to retain an attorney, a family wanting to rescue and adopt the baby, as well as an obstetrician, hospital and social counselor. Debbe Magnusen coached this woman through the delivery of a beautiful baby girl. After the baby was delivered into the arms of the adoptive parents, the birth mother said to Debbe. “I feel like I’ve done something good for the first time.” The woman did not break the law, the baby was safe and a rescue couple was overjoyed at having a new daughter in their lives.

Statistics indicate that 57
children are abandoned everyday

Statistics indicate that 57 children are abandoned everyday, that’s over 20,000 a year and these are only the ones that are found. Since it’s inception, Project Cuddle® has saved hundreds of babies across the country from the fate of being abandoned, or worse.

 Project Cuddle® was incorporated as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit charity in 1994. A volunteer Board of Directors oversees the organization, which Debbe runs on a day-to-day basis with the assistance of volunteers and a minimal paid staff. Since its founding, Project Cuddle® has successfully saved hundreds of babies from being abandoned. Project Cuddle® is committed to helping any pregnant girl or woman regardless of race, creed, religious affiliation, financial status or HIV status.

Posted by: Maggie | May 5, 2007

Turning Point Christian Center

Where the Road to Recovery Begins

Turning Point is a cutting edge, 15 month, faith-based residential program for men and women which provides healing from life-controlling addictions. Our vision is to see every person with an alcohol or substance abuse addiction freed, restored and prepared to make a valuable contribution to society.
Substance abuse and addictions have plagued 3 out of 4 families in
America. From inner-cities to affluent communities, it has become a modern-day epidemic, destroying lives and damaging families.Under the leadership of John Muratori, Turning Point has experienced remarkable success in recent years, receiving national acclaim from the Department of Mental Health, and Access to Recovery. He has spoken in our nation’s capitol on the plight of substance addiction in our country and the “Jesus Factor” in the faith-based rehabilitation component.
For close to two decades, compassion ministry has been the cornerstone of John Muratori’s ministry. In 2005, John felt the leading of the Lord to take Turning Point national with a vision to equip churches and ministries to effectively fight this growing epidemic in their respective states. Today, TPCC is currently overseeing the establishment of five new centers throughout the
United States.
In addition to new centers, many existing centers are also seeking out Turning Point for covering and direction as they faithfully fight this war.If your church or ministry is interested in starting a Turning Point in your city, please contact our administrative offices for an informational kit:

11 Union St.
Bristol, CT 06010
Main – 860.314.1101
Fax – 860.585.6515
Email –

Posted by: Maggie | May 5, 2007

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF) was established in 1955 to assure the development of the means to cure and control cystic fibrosis (CF) and to improve the quality of life for those with the disease. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation supports and accredits more than 115 CF care centers nationwide, which provide high-quality, specialized care for those with CF. These centers, located at major teaching and community hospitals, offer comprehensive diagnosis and treatment for people with CF and their families. Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic disease where a defective gene causes the body to produce an abnormally thick, sticky mucus that can clog the lungs, obstruct the pancreas and block the bile duct in the liver.

The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) was born of a group of Catholic Americans concerned about the multiple crises shaking every aspect of American life. Founded in 1973, TFP was formed to resist, in the realm of ideas, the liberal, socialist and communist trends of the times and proudly affirm the positive values of tradition, family and property. In addition to full-time members and supporters, the American TFP and its affiliate campaign, America Needs Fatima, count on over 120,000 supporting members nationwide who donate or promote TFP ideas. The TFP’s America Needs Fatima campaign promotes audiovisual presentations on the Fatima message that personally reach over 50,000 people every year.

Posted by: Maggie | April 21, 2007

Focus on the Family

Founded in 1977 in response to Dr. James Dobson’s increasing concern for the American family, Focus on the Family (FOF) is a nondenominational religious organization whose primary objective is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ by helping to preserve traditional values and the institution of the family. The primary means of accomplishing these goals are radio broadcasts, periodicals, books, films, videos, internet and events which share the message with constituents, schools, churches, and the public at large in the United States as well as around the world.

Posted by: Maggie | April 19, 2007

World Wildlife Fund

Known worldwide by its panda logo, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) leads international efforts to protect endangered species and their habitats. Now in its fifth decade, WWF works in more than 100 countries around the globe to conserve the diversity of life on earth. With nearly 1.2 million members in the U.S. and another four million worldwide, WWF is the world’s largest privately financed conservation organization. WWF directs its conservation efforts toward three global goals: saving endangered species, protecting endangered habitats and addressing global threats such as toxic pollution, over-fishing and climate change.

Posted by: Maggie | April 17, 2007

National Parks Conservation Association

The mission of the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) is to protect and enhance America’s National Park System for present and future generations. Established in 1919, the NPCA is an independent, nonpartisan voice working to address major threats facing the National Park System. We advocate for the national parks and the National Park Service; educate decision-makers and the public about the importance of preserving the parks; help to convince members of Congress to uphold the laws that protect the parks and in support of new legislation to address threats to the parks; fight attempts to weaken these laws in the courts; and we assess the health of the parks and park management to better inform our advocacy work.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

American Missionary Fellowship

American Missionary Fellowship (AMF) is a non-denominational, faith-based mission agency seeking to make a difference in America’s spiritual landscape. We see America as a strategic mission field of great proportions, considering the impact of immigration and the changing social mores impacting our culture. Every year, well over 100,000 people are touched and influenced by AMF missionaries toward faith and growth in Christ. Currently there are 320 missionaries serving with the valuable assistance of 10,000 volunteers. We see four to five thousand people of all ages become followers of Christ annually through our church-planting efforts and many outreach ministries.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

Ambassadors for Christ International – USA

Ambassadors for Christ International – USA (AFCI – USA) is a diverse group of preachers and teachers uniquely bound together in ministry with one vision, purpose and mission. Our vision is to glorify God by life and ministry, seeking to know Him and make Him known to the nations of the world. Our purpose is to be a fellowship of gifted preachers and teachers, called of God, existing to work together with a focus on revival in the church, evangelism through the church and training for the church, among all people groups. We work to impact the Church in the nations and reach the nations within our nation.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal

ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal is a core institution in the Jewish renewal movement, dedicated to the Jewish people’s sacred purpose of partnership with the Divine in the inseparable tasks of healing the world and healing our hearts. ALEPH supports and grows the worldwide movement for Jewish renewal by organizing and nurturing communities, developing leadership, creating liturgical and scholarly resources, and working for social and environmental justice. ALEPH has attracted and energized thousands of seekers returning to Judaism, including many whose journey has led them through other spiritual traditions.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

Aldersgate Renewal Ministries

Aldersgate Renewal Ministries (ARM), also known as the United Methodist Renewal Services Fellowship, works to encourage United Methodists and their churches to be filled, gifted, empowered and led by the Holy Spirit in ministry to the world. ARM also helps the church understand the richness of our Wesleyan heritage and history. Since 1974, ARM has sponsored Aldersgate, an annual, national conference on the Holy Spirit, and offers Life in the Spirit Seminars, week-end renewal events, for local congregations. We encourage the formation of Regional Affiliate Renewal Fellowships, which provide opportunities for fellowship. worship, learning and networking at the regional level. ARM is an affiliate of the General Board of Discipleship through the Upper Room Program Section.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

The Alban Institute

An ecumenical, interfaith organization founded in 1974, The Alban Institute supports congregations through book publishing, educational seminars, consulting services and research. We work to provide you with new research-based information and new ways to learn and minister more effectively within and outside your faith community. The Institute encourages dialogue with many traditions, people of diverse ethnicity, men and women, large and small congregations, and those in urban and rural settings. We strive to strengthen American congregational life, ministry, and service.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

Aish New York

Aish New York provides cutting-edge social and learning opportunities for young Jewish professionals in New York City in a warm, welcoming, and open atmosphere. Whether you want business networking events, a crash course in Hebrew, Jewish wisdom for living, or the Israel adventure of a lifetime, Aish New York offers you access to more of the value in being Jewish. Since 1974, Aish has been dedicated to revitalizing the Jewish world by reintroducing Jews everywhere to their heritage. Today it is a dynamic, rapidly expanding Jewish social and educational network committed to a worldwide renaissance of the Jewish people.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

Agency for Jewish Education of San Diego County

The Agency for Jewish Education of San Diego County provides, promotes and facilitates quality educational programs, services and resources for the continuity and enrichment of Jewish life in San Diego. Our programs include: San Diego Limmud: A Community Day of Learning, Coronado Institute, Florence Melton Mini School, San Diego Ulpan, & Special Needs Resources. Additionally, we operate a supplementary high school, serving over 200 teens on two campuses.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

African Enterprise

African Enterprise (AE) was founded in 1961 by a South African, Michael Cassidy, with the express mission to evangelize the cities of Africa, through word and deed, in partnership with the Church. AE is a Christian interdenominational, multicultural ministry of evangelism; reconciliation; leadership development training; and relief and community development. Our scope is all of Africa. AE leaders are African nationals that work with local church and parachurch leaders to mobilize congregations in outreach to African cities. Sixteen or more strategic cities are being reached this way each year. AE’s ultimate vision is to see an Africa of peace and justice through the spiritual renewal and transformed lives of thousands of people.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

Adventist Southeast Asia Projects

Adventist Southeast Asia Projects (ASAP), a supporting ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, is dedicated to spreading the gospel in Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand as well as among resettled Southeast Asians in North America and other countries. ASAP sponsors pastors and lay workers who go from village to village spreading the good news of Christ soon coming to villagers that will listen. ASAP national workers put over 50,000 Bibles in the hands of Southeast Asians in the last ten years.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

Adventist Frontier Missions

Organized in 1985, Adventist Frontier Missions (AFM) is a Seventh-day Adventist Christian lay ministry dedicated to establishing church-planting movements among people groups with no Adventist presence. There are over 1.5 billion people who will never hear the gospel unless someone goes and tells them. Jesus Christ called us to go and share the gospel with these unreached people. Our missionaries learn the language and culture and begin raising up a body of believers, committed to spreading the gospel among their people. Our completed projects have a mother church with at least one daughter church and one granddaughter church. These finished projects are strong and growing with church members committed to and trained for outreach.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

Advancing Native Missions

Advancing Native Missions (ANM) has been called to seek out, evaluate, and support native missions groups who have a clear and defined evangelical statement of faith, who are open and transparent in their finances, and who are working among unreached people groups. We share information about these native missions with evangelical churches and individuals in North America and other regions of the world who are willing to pray and give for the advancement of God’s Kingdom through these ministries. ANM exists for one purpose: to help take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world’s remaining unreached and unevangelized peoples. We do this by standing behind thousands of native missionaries who are reaching their own people for Christ in more than 100 countries.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007

Activated Ministries

Activated Ministries is a Christian charity dedicated to helping those in need, sharing God’s Word with others through the distribution of Christian outreach materials and providing support to missionaries of the gospel, especially those of The Family International fellowship. Our mission is to strengthen families and children by promoting and teaching the moral values and character-building principles of the Bible. At Activated Ministries we are responding to today’s needs with true relief and hope for the future. While we minister to people’s physical needs on a material level, our primary purpose is to help others spiritually; meeting needs for love and hope, faith, friendship and family.

Posted by: Maggie | March 28, 2007


In July of 2006, ACMC merged with Caleb Project to become Initiative360. Initiative360 is in the business of walking with you to explore, discover, activate, and experience your role in God’s mission. Beginning in 1974 as an association of churches concerned about the declining interest in missions, ACMC developed into a champion for the local church’s role in missions. ACMC (Advancing Churches in Missions Commitment) serves as a missions catalyst for thousands of churches across North America and the world. ACMC challenges and equips the Church to take its rightful place in missions; teaching local churches how to strategically mobilize their spiritual, human, and material resources toward fulfillment of the Great Commission.

Posted by: Maggie | March 23, 2007

Link a Child

LINKACHILD is an initiative aimed at increasing the awareness of the plight of orphans by dissipating information available to potential donors through various avenues. LINKACHILD act only as a link by discovering the orphanages, solicit for support directly to the institutions in need.

In principle, we do not receive funds on behalf of the home but encourage sponsors to relate directly to various institutions through their contacts. In any case otherwise, 100% of funds transferable reach the homes (without deductions) directly as the administrative cost are borne by the management of LINKACHILD.

Administrative information can be sought from us as we bring to the disposal of the society, a versatile range of projects – from orphanage support to child training. Basically, we support a child by handling them a right to life!

LINKACHILD achieves this only, by partnering with you.

What we believe

Our main focus is to be privileged children (orphaned & motherless babies).

We believe that, through proper awareness, everyone will be enlightened to rehabilitating them by giving them basic survival needs such as food, clothing, shelter, healthcare and education.

Our Goals

We are committed to discovering the orphanages and their specific needs, hereby solicit for support from corporate organizations and individuals for aid. This we believe will totally eradicate abortion by teenage-pregnancy, help the abandoned & physically deformed children-hence, give these less privileged a reason to live! This is the beginning of giving hope to the future. Nigerians will then take care of Nigeria as we target that every home is fully adopted by individual or corporate support – lacking nothing!.

We do not receive funds on their behalf for integrity sake but create a link for direct access to the homes which we monitor to ascertain its implementation.

Posted by: Maggie | March 19, 2007

The National Arbor Day Foundation

Founded in 1972, The National Arbor Day Foundation inspires people to plant, nurture and celebrate trees. We envision a world where trees and forests are abundant, healthy, and sustainable, and highly valued by all people. Through mass-media communications, by providing low-cost trees for planting, and by producing high-quality, easy-to-use educational materials, we work to make tree planting and care something in which nearly everyone can be involved. We also create mechanisms through which the average individual can directly support positive tree conservation and education projects. It is our constant goal to expand a person’s desire to plant a tree into a lifelong enthusiasm for tree planting and care, and for positive involvement in conservation issues relating to trees.

Posted by: Maggie | March 15, 2007

International Foundation of Hope

Operating since 1998, International Foundation of Hope recognizes and values the tremendous potential of the people of Afghanistan, and works in three interrelated areas: economic development, community empowerment, and education. IFHope’s approach is to establish and work closely with local community leadership councils to identify needs and implement projects. This process fosters democracy, self reliance and sustainability. In addition, IFHope builds keystone projects to serve as models of innovative entrepreneurial businesses, and seeks partnerships with organizations that have a proven expertise to benefit the people of Afghanistan. IFHope values partnership rather than competition or duplication and promotes no political or religious agenda.

Posted by: Maggie | March 15, 2007

Goodwill of Orange County

Goodwill of Orange County began helping people to help themselves in 1924. Our mission is to provide people with disabilities and other barriers the opportunity to achieve their highest levels of personal and economic independence. Goodwill of Orange County envisions a world where all individuals with disabilities and other barriers will have the opportunity to participate in a full range of life’s experiences, including competitive employment. In support of this vision, we will maintain leadership in creating and providing quality education, training, and employment services to empower individuals to be productive and independent, based on their abilities and interest.

Posted by: Maggie | March 15, 2007

Freedom from Hunger

Established in 1946, Freedom from Hunger brings innovative and sustainable self-help solutions to the fight against chronic hunger and poverty. Together with local partners, we equip families with resources they need to build futures of health, hope and dignity. Freedom from Hunger is best known for its proven self-help service, Credit with Education. We also provide other services that respond directly to the opportunity and need presented in our partners’ countries, including the Reach Initiative, and our special education services to help poor families fight malaria and become financially literate.

Posted by: Maggie | March 15, 2007

Glaucoma Research Foundation

`The Glaucoma Research Foundation’s (GRF) mission is to prevent vision loss from glaucoma by investing in innovative research, education, and support with the ultimate goal of finding a cure. Glaucoma is the leading cause of preventable blindness. Since 1978, the GRF has funded innovative research and provided educational materials about glaucoma. Our donors have contributed over $45 million dollars to this cause. While we do not conduct research ourselves, we work closely with the research community to make progress towards a cure for glaucoma.

Posted by: Maggie | March 15, 2007


FLAME (Facts and Logic About the Middle East) has for over fifteen years brought the truth about Israel and the Middle East conflict to the attention of an American public that is mostly uninformed and misinformed about these matters. FLAME’s main purpose is to research and publish facts regarding developments in the Middle East and expose false propaganda that might harm the interests of the United States and its allies in that area of the world. FLAME is the only organization that, in a systematic manner, acquaints the American public with the truth about Israel, the enormous pressures to which the Jewish State is subject, and the great dangers–existential dangers–it would face if it were to yield to these pressures.

Posted by: Maggie | March 15, 2007

Caribbean-Central American Action

Founded in 1980, Caribbean-Central American Action (CCAA) promotes private sector-led economic development in the Caribbean Basin and throughout the Hemisphere. CCAA serves its goal of facilitating trade and investment by stimulating a constructive dialogue between the private and public sectors to improve the policy and regulatory environments for business on both the international and local level. The organization conducts policy-oriented programs in sectors such as financial services, transportation, energy, agriculture, apparel, intellectual property rights, tourism, telecommunications, and information technology. Today, CCAA is playing a major role in the advancement of the economic reforms and hemispheric free trade pledged at the 1994 Summit of the Americas.

Posted by: Maggie | March 14, 2007

Back to the Bible

Founded in 1939, Back to the Bible is a worldwide Christian ministry dedicated to leading people into a dynamic relationship with God. Using radio, TV, the Internet and other media, we share the Gospel message and help Christians grow to spiritual maturity. With broadcasts in more than 25 languages and an Internet reach to millions, Back to the Bible teaches the Word and touches the world. Our mission is sacred. In a desperate world only one thing can help – we must lead people into a dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ through His Word. It’s time to turn back to the Bible.

Posted by: Maggie | March 14, 2007

Books For Africa

Founded in 1988, Books for Africa (BFA) collects and distributes books to children in Africa. We receive new and used book donations for primary through post-secondary levels from public and private schools, libraries, publishers and the general public. On the receiving end in Africa, BFA partners such as local YMCAs, Catholic and Protestant Church Dioceses, local member clubs of Rotary International and other non-government organizations take delivery of books. These indigenous organizations see that the books are delivered to the appropriate schools and libraries in their areas. Since our inception, we have shipped over 15 million books to 27 countries.

Posted by: Maggie | March 14, 2007

William J. Clinton Foundation

The mission of the William J. Clinton Foundation is to strengthen the capacity of people in the United States and throughout the world to meet the challenges of global interdependence. To advance this mission, the Clinton Foundation has developed programs and partnerships in the following areas: Health Security, Economic Empowerment, Leadership Development and Citizen Service, and Racial, Ethnic and Religious Reconciliation. Through the William J. Clinton Foundation, President Clinton promotes the values of fairness and opportunity for all. His vision is the Foundation’s mission: to strengthen the capacity of people in the United States and throughout the world to meet the challenges of global interdependence.

Posted by: Maggie | March 14, 2007

Micro Business Development

Micro Business Development (MBD) was founded in 1993 to eliminate barriers to economic independence for community entrepreneurs, both youth and adult, through access to markets, resources, and business capital. These underserved populations include, but are not limited to youth, entrepreneurs with disabilities, refugees, women, non-native speakers and individuals facing the challenges of poverty. MBD has tailored its core programs to meet the specific needs of our community, including specialized services for women, refugees, youth, and clients with disabilities. MBD envisions a world where Microenterprise will be taught, thought, and employed as a core strategy to foster economic health in our communities.

Founded in 1866, the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) was the first humane organization established in the Western Hemisphere and today has one million supporters. The ASPCA’s mission is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States. The ASPCA provides national leadership in anti-cruelty, animal behavior, humane education, government affairs and public policy, shelter support, and animal poison control. The NYC headquarters houses a full-service animal hospital and adoption facility. The Humane Law Enforcement department enforces New York’s animal cruelty laws and is featured on the reality television series Animal Precinct on Animal Planet.

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