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Adult Congenital Heart Association
About ACHA
Founded in 1998, the Adult Congenital Heart Association is an organization begun by and dedicated to supporting individuals and families living with congenital heart disease and advancing the care and treatment available to our community. We do this through a wide and growing range of programs, services and activities. These include our National Conference, educational materials, website, outreach and advocacy efforts, research programs and events to raise money and increase awareness. We are committed to promoting excellence for every adult CHD patient by increasing access to the highest level of care and developing standards to allow patients and families to identify physicians and facilities providing that care. ACHA thanks the patients, family members, health professionals and researchers who commit their time, resources, skills and efforts to our cause. We especially acknowledge the contributions of our Board of Directors and Medical Advisory Board.
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Adult Congenital Heart Association

3300 Henry Avenue, Suite 112, Philadelphia, PA 19129

(888) 921-2342

Alliance for a Healthier Generation
About Alliance for a Healthier Generation
The Alliance for a Healthier Generation is a catalyst for children’s health. We work with schools, companies, community organizations, healthcare professionals and families to transform the conditions and systems that lead to healthier kids. Our goal is to reduce the prevalence of childhood obesity and to empower kids to develop lifelong, healthy habits. Founded by the American Heart Association and Clinton Foundation, we are collaborative change-makers working to create a nation where children thrive. We collaborate with and empower people and leaders to transform the environments that can make a difference in a child’s health: homes, schools, doctor’s offices and communities.
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Alliance for a Healthier Generation

1633 Broadway, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10019

(888) 543-4584

Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy
About ACGT
The mission of ACGT is to seek out and support revolutionary scientific research into the causes, treatment and prevention of all types of cancer using cells and genes as medicine. Cell and gene therapies are destroying tumors every day in the laboratory and in human trials, targeting only the cancer with few side effects to healthy tissue. ACGT’s rigorous grant review process, under the guidance of a preeminent Scientific Advisory Council, have resulted in some of the most successful breakthroughs in the history of cancer treatments and led to many patients in complete remission. 100% of our funding supports innovation and translational science that is proving again and again to offer better treatment options than the traditional therapies of chemotherapy, surgery and radiation. Every donation brings us closer to saving lives and changing the way we treat cancer forever.
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Alliance for Cancer Gene Therapy

96 Cummings Point Road, Stamford, CT 06902

(203) 358-5055

Alpha-1 Foundation
About A1F
The Alpha-1 Foundation is committed to finding a cure for Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency and to improving the lives of people affected by Alpha-1 worldwide. The Alpha-1 Foundation is a not-for-profit Florida corporation founded in 1995 by John Walsh, Sandy Lindsey and Susan Stanley, three people diagnosed with Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency (Alpha-1). The Foundation has developed a solid infrastructure to promote research and the development of new therapies for improving the quality of life for those diagnosed with Alpha-1. It has fostered collaborations with investigators throughout the United States and Europe, working closely with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), people affected by Alpha-1 and the pharmaceutical industry to expedite the development of improved therapies. The Foundation has invested $86 million to support Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency research and programs at 120 institutions in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Australia. The Foundation participates in industry and government liaison groups and develops strategic alliances with government, industry and other national and international health and research organizations.
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Alpha-1 Foundation

3300 Ponce de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables, FL 33134

(305) 567-9888

ALS Association
About ALSA
Established in 1985, The ALS Association is the only national non-profit organization fighting Lou Gehrig’s Disease on every front. By leading the way in global research, providing assistance for people with ALS through a nationwide network of chapters, coordinating multidisciplinary care through certified clinical care centers, and fostering government partnerships, The Association builds hope and enhances quality of life while aggressively searching for new treatments and a cure. As the preeminent ALS organization, The Association leads the way in research, care services, public education, and public policy — giving help and hope to those facing the disease. The Association’s nationwide network of chapters provides comprehensive patient services and support to the ALS community. The mission of The ALS Association is to lead the fight to treat and cure ALS through global research and nationwide advocacy, while also empowering people with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.
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ALS Association

1275 K Street NW, Suite 250, Washington, DC 20005

(202) 407-8580

Alzheimer's Association
About Alzheimer's Association
The Alzheimer’s Association was founded in 1980 by a group of family caregivers and individuals interested in research. Jerome H. Stone was our founding president. Today, the Association reaches millions of people affected by Alzheimer’s across the globe through our headquarters in Chicago, a public policy office in Washington, D.C., and a presence in communities across the country. We are the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Together, we can change the future of Alzheimer’s.
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Alzheimer's Association

225 N. Michigan Ave., Fl. 17, Chicago, IL 60601

(800) 272-3900

American Association for Cancer Research
About AACR
The AACR was founded on May 7, 1907, in Washington, D.C., by a group of 11 physicians and scientists interested in research "to further the investigation and spread of the knowledge of cancer". The mission of the organization is to prevent and cure cancer through: Research, Education, Communication, Collaboration, Science Policy and Advocacy, and Funding for Cancer Research.
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American Association for Cancer Research

615 Chestnut Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19106

(215) 440-9300

American Brain Tumor Association
About ABTA
The mission of the American Brain Tumor Association is to advance the understanding and treatment of brain tumors with the goals of improving, extending and, ultimately, saving the lives of those impacted by a brain tumor diagnosis. We do this through interactions and engagements with brain tumor patients and their families, collaborations with allied groups and organizations, and the funding of brain tumor research. Founded in 1973, the American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA) was the first national advocacy organization committed to funding brain tumor research and providing information and education on all tumor types and all age groups. For almost 45 years, the ABTA has been providing comprehensive resources that support the complex needs of brain tumor patients and caregivers, as well as the critical funding of research in the pursuit of breakthroughs in brain tumor diagnosis, treatment and care.
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American Brain Tumor Association

8550 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Suite 550, Chicago, Il 60631

(773) 577-8750

American Cancer Society
About ACS
At the American Cancer Society, we're on a mission to free the world from cancer. Until we do, we'll be funding and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patients, and spreading the word about prevention. All so you can live longer — and better.
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American Cancer Society

250 Williams Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30303

(800) 227-2345

American College of Rheumatology
About ACR
Founded in 1934, the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) is a not-for-profit, professional association committed to advancing the specialty of rheumatology. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, this medical society serves over 7,700 physicians, health professionals, and scientists worldwide who work in the medical subspecialty of rheumatology.
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American College of Rheumatology

2200 Lake Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA 30319

(404) 633-3777

American Diabetes Association
About ADA
We lead the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fight for those affected by diabetes. We fund research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes. We deliver services to hundreds of communities. We provide objective and credible information. We give voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes.
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American Diabetes Association

2451 Crystal Drive, Suite 900, Arlington, VA 22202

(800) 342-2383

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
About AFSP
Established in 1987, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death. AFSP is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. AFSP creates a culture that’s smart about mental health by engaging in the following core strategies: Funding scientific research Educating the public about mental health and suicide prevention Advocating for public policies in mental health and suicide prevention Supporting survivors of suicide loss and those affected by suicide in our mission
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American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

120 Wall Street, 29th Floor, New York, NY 10005

(212) 363-3500

American Heart Association
About AHA
The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Founded by six cardiologists in 1924, our organization now includes more than 22.5 million volunteers and supporters. We fund innovative research, fight for stronger public health policies, and provide critical tools and information to save and improve lives. Our nationwide organization includes 156 local offices and more than 3,000 employees. We moved our national headquarters from New York to Dallas in 1975 to be more centrally located. The American Stroke Association was created as a division in 1997 to bring together the organization’s stroke-related activities.
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American Heart Association

7272 Greenville Ave., Dallas, TX 75321

(800) 242-8721

American Liver Foundation
About ALF
Although liver disease is among the ten major causes of death in the United States, there was no national voluntary health agency devoted exclusively to combating liver diseases until 1976, when the American Liver Foundation was formed. The American Liver Foundation was created in 1976 by the American Association for the Study of Liver Disease (AASLD). This organization of scientists and healthcare professionals was concerned with the rising incidence of liver disease and the lack of awareness among both the general public and the medical community. The mission, the programs and the services provided by American Liver Foundation complement the great work of AASLD. No other voluntary organization in the nation provides a voice for the 30 million Americans with liver disease. Read about how this was accomplished in our timeline 40 Years in the Making created on our anniversary in 2016. American Liver Foundation makes a measurable difference in the fight against liver disease by providing financial support for medical research, education for medical professionals, and advocacy and information for patients and their families, and by creating public awareness campaigns about liver wellness and disease prevention.
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American Liver Foundation

39 Broadway, Suite 2700, New York, NY 10006

(212) 668-1000

American Lung Association
About ALA
The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease, through research, education and advocacy. Our work is focused on five strategic imperatives: to defeat lung cancer; to improve the air we breathe; to reduce the burden of lung disease on individuals and their families; to eliminate tobacco use and tobacco-related diseases; and to accelerate fundraising and enhance organizational effectiveness to support the urgency of our mission.
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American Lung Association

55 W. Wacker Drive, Suite 1150, Chicago, IL 60601

(800) 586-4872

Arthritis Foundation
About Arthritis Foundation
The Arthritis Foundation is the Champion of Yes. We lead the fight for the arthritis community through life-changing information and resources, access to optimal care, advancements in science and community connections. Our goal is to chart a winning course and make each day another stride towards a cure.
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Arthritis Foundation

1355 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 600, Atlanta, GA 30309

(404) 872-7100

Best Buddies International
About BBI
Best Buddies is the world’s largest organization dedicated to ending the social, physical and economic isolation of the 200 million people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). Our programs empower the special abilities of people with IDD by helping them form meaningful friendships with their peers, secure successful jobs, live independently, improve public speaking, self-advocacy and communication skills, and feel valued by society.
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Best Buddies International

100 Southeast Second Street, Suite 2200, Miami, FL 33131

(305) 374-2233

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
About BBBS
Since 1904, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is incredible potential. As the nation’s largest donor- and volunteer-supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 5 through young adulthood in communities across the country. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.
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Big Brothers Big Sisters of America

2502 N. Rocky Point Drive, Suit 550, Tampa, FL 33607

(813) 720-8778

Boys & Girls Clubs of America
About BGCA
Boys & Girls Clubs of America had its beginnings in 1860 with three women in Hartford, Connecticut - Mary Goodwin, Alice Goodwin and Elizabeth Hammersley. Believing that boys who roamed the streets should have a positive alternative, they organized the first Club. With character development as the cornerstone of the experience, the Club focused on capturing boys interests, improving their behavior and increasing their personal expectations and goals. A cause was born.
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Boys & Girls Clubs of America

1275 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309

(404) 487-5700

Brain & Behavior Research Foundation
About BBRF
The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation is a global nonprofit organization focused on improving the understanding, prevention and treatment of psychiatric and mental illnesses. Beginning in 1987, the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation was providing seed money to neuroscientists to invest in "out of the box" research that the government and other sources were unwilling to fund. Today, Brain & Behavior Research Foundation is still the leading, private philanthropy in the work in this space.
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Brain & Behavior Research Foundation

90 Park Avenue, 16th Floor, New York, NY 10016

(646) 681-4888

California Association of Food Banks
About CAFB
Food banks play a critical role in California's food safety net, reaching over two million people in need, including children, seniors, the working poor, disabled, homeless and veterans. The CAFB represents over 40 food banks throughout the state.
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California Association of Food Banks

1624 Franklin Street, Suite 722, Oakland, CA 94612

(866) 321-4436

California State University, Chico
About Chico State
The history of the Chico campus dates back to 1887, when the California legislature approved the creation of the Northern Branch of the State Normal School, a San José-based school for teachers. The small town of Chico was chosen as the site of the new teachers' college, and the Chico Normal School opened its doors to 90 students in 1889. As the college grew, its name changed to reflect that growth. The legislature converted its teachers' colleges to state colleges in 1935, and Chico State Teachers' College became Chico State College. In 1972, the college became California State University, Chico. Today, CSU, Chico is a comprehensive university serving not only the Sacramento Valley region, but also the state, the nation, and the world, through instruction, research, and public service. The University's motto - "Today Decides Tomorrow" - emphasizes the institution's profound sense of place and purpose "to be a living and learning community worthy of the trust that our students and the people of California have placed in us." The University helps today's students develop into tomorrow's successful citizens. Its unique combination of scholarly pursuits, civic engagement, and a strong connection to the Chico community has earned it national and international accolades.
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California State University, Chico

400 West First Street, Chico, CA 95929

530-898-4636

Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association
About CMTA
"A World Without CMT". That's the CMTA's vision, and the driving force behind our mission. We are devoted to: - Supporting the development of new drugs to treat CMT, - Improving the quality of life for people with CMT, and, - Ultimately, finding a cure.
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Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association

PO Box 105, Glenolden, PA 19036

(800) 606-2682

Children's Brain Tumor Foundation
About CBTF
A nonprofit organization, was founded in 1988 by dedicated parents, physicians and friends. Our mission is to improve the treatment, quality of life and the long term outlook for children with brain and spinal cord tumors through research, support, education, and advocacy to families and survivors.
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Children's Brain Tumor Foundation

1460 Broadway, New York, NY 10036

(866) 228-4673

Children's Heart Foundation
About CHF
The Children's Heart Foundation was founded in 1996 and is the country's leading organization solely dedicated to funding congenital heart defect (CHD) research. Their mission is to advance the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of congenital heart defects by funding the most promising research. To date, through 2021, The Children's Heart Foundation has funded $15 million of CHD research and scientific collaborations - driving breakthroughs that have improved survival rates, longevity, and quality of life for individuals living with CHDs in dramatic and life-changing ways.
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Children's Heart Foundation

5 Revere Drive One Northbrook Place, Suite 200, Northbrook, IL 60062

(847) 634-6474

Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation
About Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation
The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation is dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by advancing innovative research and improving the quality of life for individuals and families impacted by paralysis. The Reeve Foundation is a pioneer in the field of spinal cord injury (SCI) research and has funded $140 million in the laboratories of key thought leaders around the world. The Foundation is committed to building on the findings of decades of research and developing therapies that bring meaningful solutions to people with SCI. Its National Paralysis Resource Center provides the most comprehensive knowledge, tools, and services for individuals impacted by paralysis through dedicated Information Specialists, a substantial Quality of Life Grants Program, Peer & Family Support Program, Military and Veterans Program, Racial and Health Equity initiatives and Advocacy program.
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Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

636 Morris Turnpike, Suite 3A, Short Hills, NJ 07078

1-800-225-0292

Community Health Charities
About CHC
Community Health Charities is a nonprofit that raises awareness and resources for health and wellness by connecting more than 2,000 of the most trusted health charities across the United States with more than 17 million caring employees through workplace giving campaigns, causes, wellness programs, employee engagement, and strategic partnerships. Health has never been such an urgent priority: 77% of U.S. workers suffer from at least one long-term health condition, ranging from cancer to asthma—chances are someone you know is affected.
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Community Health Charities

1199 North Fairfax Street, Alexandria, VA 22314

(800) 654-0845

Connecticut Food Bank
About Connecticut Food Bank
The mission of the Connecticut Food Bank is to provide nutritious food to people in need. We do this by supplying food products and resources to our member agencies, as well as through direct food distribution programs and by promoting public awareness about the problem of hunger. We provide food and resources to a network of community-based food programs, such as soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, residential programs and day programs serving adults and children in six of Connecticut’s eight counties: Fairfield, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London and Windham. The Connecticut Food Bank is the largest centralized source of emergency food in Connecticut and last year distributed enough food to provide more than 18 million meals.
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Connecticut Food Bank

2 Research Parkway, Wallingford, CT 06492

(203) 469-5000

Crohn's & Colitis Foundation
About CCF
The Crohn's & Colitis Foundation is a non-profit, volunteer-driven organization dedicated to finding the cures for Crohn's Disease and ulcerative colitis, and to improving the quality of life of children and adults affected by these diseases. It was founded in 1967 by Irwin M. and Suzanne Rosenthal, William D. and Shelby Modell, and Henry D. Janowitz, M.D. Since our founding nearly five decades ago, the Foundation has remained at the forefront of research in Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis, collectively known as inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD). Today, we fund cutting-edge studies at major medical institutions, nurture investigators at the early stages of their careers, and finance underdeveloped areas of research. In addition, our professional education workshops and programs, along with our scientific journal, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, enable medical professionals to keep pace with this rapidly growing field. We are very proud that the National Institutes of Health has commended us for "uniting the research community and strengthening IBD research." Beyond research, the Foundation is collaborating with healthcare providers to improve IBD quality of care, as well as educating, supporting, and empowering patients and their caregivers through patient-centric education and advocacy programs.
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Crohn's & Colitis Foundation

733 Third Avenue, Suite 510, New York, NY 10017

(800) 932-2423

CURE Epilepsy
About CURE Epilepsy
The organization was founded by Susan Axelrod and a small group of parents of children with epilepsy who were frustrated with their inability to protect their children from seizures and the side effects of medications. Unwilling to sit back, they joined forces to spearhead the search for a cure. Since its inception in 1998, CURE has raised more than $50 million to fund epilepsy research and other initiatives that will lead the way to cures for the epilepsies. CURE awards grants for novel research projects to prevent epilepsy related to post-traumatic epilepsy, advancing the search for a cure, eliminating treatment side effects, and reversing deficits caused by frequent seizures. CURE funds grants for young and established investigators and to date has awarded more than 200 cutting-edge projects in 15 countries around the world.
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CURE Epilepsy

430 W. Erie, Suite 210, Chicago, IL 60654

(312) 25501801

Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation
About Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation
Since our founding in 1946, promising scientists identified and supported by Damon Runyon have gone on to make breakthrough discoveries that have transformed our understanding of cancer and develop new approaches to prevention, diagnosis and treatment of all forms of this disease. Twelve Damon Runyon scientists have received the Nobel Prize.
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Damon Runyon Cancer Research Foundation

One Exchange Plaza, 55 Broadway, Suite 302, New York, NY 10006

(877) 722-6237

Diabetes Research Institute Foundation
About DRIF
The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation (DRIF) is the organization of choice for those who are serious, passionate, and committed to curing diabetes. Its mission – to provide the Diabetes Research Institute with the funding necessary to cure diabetes now – is a testament to the belief that tomorrow is not soon enough to cure those living with diabetes. The Diabetes Research Institute has become the world leader it is today through the substantial funding provided by the DRI Foundation. Supported by private philanthropy, the DRIF ensures the jumpstarting of new ideas and the continuation of innovative research projects that remain cure-focused and will ultimately benefit those with diabetes. The DRI Foundation is recognized as one of the world’s most respected diabetes organizations. Garnering the attention of influential people who are personally affected by diabetes, the Foundation has grown into an international coalition of business leaders, celebrities, scientists, clinicians, families and other concerned individuals who have elevated the importance of cure-focused research and provided meaningful support for the DRI’s multidisciplinary research program. This funding is provided through individual and corporate donations, special events, sponsorships, cause marketing relationships, and planned giving, which allows donors to provide a gift in the form of a will, trust, or other deferred giving vehicle. A 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, the DRI Foundation has thousands of supporters in the United States and worldwide, and, in addition to its headquarters in Florida, operates a regional development office in New York. The Diabetes Research Institute Foundation was created for one reason – to cure diabetes – which is and will continue to be its singular focus until that goal is reached. For the millions of individuals and families affected by diabetes, the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation is the best hope for a cure.
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Diabetes Research Institute Foundation

200 S. Park Road, Suite 100, Hollywood, FL 33021

(954) 964-4040

Feeding America
About Feeding America
Our mission is to feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of member food bank and engage our country in the fight to end hunger.
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Feeding America

35 East Wacker Drive, Suite 2000, Chicago, IL 60601

(800) 771-2302

Feeding South Florida
About FSF
Feeding South Florida is the largest, most efficient food bank serving Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade, and Monroe Counties. More than 98% of all donations are put back into the community. Through innovative direct-service programs and a network of nonprofit partner agencies, Feeding South Florida distributed nearly 176 million pounds of food (146 million meals) last year to over 1.4 million individuals.
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Feeding South Florida

2501 SW 32 Terrace, Pembroke Park, FL 33023

(954) 518-1818

Food Allergy Science Initiative
About FASI
In 2015, a symposium was organized to bring together experts to discuss the issues at hand. In 2016, with growing support and an increasingly louder voice, Food Allergy Science Initiative (FASI) was launched with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. In just a short time, FASI has made tremendous progress pioneering important new discoveries – attracting talented researchers, facilitating scientific and public outreach and nurturing the food allergy community. FASI is now a multifaceted initiative that spans world-class labs across the United States. In 2021, FASI launched as an independent 501(c)(3) organization. We are now entering a new era of rationally designed approaches to allergies. Someday soon food challenges, allergen avoidance and EpiPens will be relics of the past. And this club we belong to will no longer be accepting any new members.
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Food Allergy Science Initiative

105 Broadway, Room 381, Cambridge, MA 02142

Foodbank of Santa Barbara County
About Foodbank of Santa Barbara County
Foodbank of Santa Barbara County's mission is to end hunger and transform the health of Santa Barbara County through good nutrition.
Foodbank of Santa Barbara County's mission is to end hunger and transform the health of Santa Barbara County through good nutrition.
Foodbank of Santa Barbara County

1525 State Street, Suite 100, Santa Barbara, CA 93101

(805) 967-5741

Girls on the Run
About Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
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Girls on the Run

801 East Morehead Street, Suite 201, Charlotte, NC 28202

(800) 901.9965

Global Lyme Alliance
About GLA
Global Lyme Alliance is the leading 501(c)(3) dedicated to conquering Lyme and other tick-borne diseases through research, education, awareness, and patient services. Our vision is to improve the quality of life for individuals who suffer from Lyme and tick-borne diseases.
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Global Lyme Alliance

1290 East Main Street, 3rd Floor, Stamford, CT 06902

(203) 969-1333

God's Pantry Food Bank
About God's Pantry Food Bank
The mission of God's Pantry Food Bank is to reduce hunger in Kentucky through community cooperation making the best possible use of all available resources.
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God's Pantry Food Bank

1685 Jaggie Fox Way, Lexington, KY 40511

(859) 255.6592

Habitat for Humanity
About Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization working in local communities across all 50 states in the U.S. and in approximately 70 countries. Habitat’s vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Habitat works toward our vision by building strength, stability and self-reliance in partnership with families in need of decent and affordable housing. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.
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Habitat for Humanity International

285 Peachtree Center Avenue NE, Suite 2700, Atlanta, GA 30303

(800) 422-4828

Huntington's Disease Society of America
About HDSA
The Huntington's Disease Society of America is the premier nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of everyone affected by Huntington’s disease. From community services and education to advocacy and research, HDSA is the world’s leader in providing help for today and hope for tomorrow for people with Huntington’s disease and their families. HDSA's network of chapters, affiliates, HDSA Centers of Excellence, social workers and support groups provides a seamless connection for help, education and outreach to HD families and health care professionals across the United States.
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Huntington's Disease Society of America

505 Eighth Avenue, Suite 902, New York, NY 10018

(212) 242-1968

Immune Deficiency Foundation
About Immune Deficiency Foundation
On December 11, 1980, the Immune Deficiency Foundation was formed with a straightforward goal in mind – to start an organization that could improve the lives affected by primary immunodeficiency. IDF fosters opportunities for medical research and continuing education programs so healthcare professionals may improve the diagnosis and treatment of patients.
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Immune Deficiency Foundation

110 West Road, Suite 300 Towson, MD 21204

(800) 296-4433

Intermountain Healthcare
About Intermountain Healthcare
Intermountain Healthcare is widely recognized and awarded for innovative national leadership in transforming the delivery of care through a focus on health, clinical and service excellence, and affordability. As a result of the April 2022 merger between Intermountain Healthcare and SCL Health, Intermountain is now one of the largest nonprofit health systems in the country at approximately $14.2 billion in revenue. The Intermountain Foundation’s mission is, Helping People Live the Healthiest Lives Possible. Intermountain Foundation’s purpose is building relationships and partnerships that inspire generosity in support of Intermountain Healthcare’s mission. Intermountain Foundation oversees local and regional fundraising programs throughout Utah and Southeast Idaho. Local programs raise funds to benefit hospital projects, patient programs, research, and other initiatives based on community need. Throughout Intermountain Healthcare’s history, philanthropy has played a critical role in advancing medicine and improving lives. As the Foundation and Healthcare System partner together in innovation, philanthropy continues to be seen as a strategic imperative to build a model healthcare system.
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Intermountain Healthcare

36 S State Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84111

(801) 442-2000

International Documentary Association
About IDA
For 40 years, IDA has supported nonfiction filmmaking and filmmakers through major program areas. The International Documentary Association supports the vital work of documentary storytellers and champions a thriving and inclusive documentary culture. IDA is dedicated to the vision of a world where documentary creators flourish. Through our work, we connect audiences with the best of the form, provide resources, create community, and defend the rights and freedoms of documentary artists, activists and journalists around the globe. We do this work because we believe that documentaries enrich and deepen our culture, fostering a more informed and connected world.
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International Documentary Association

3600 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1810, Los Angeles, CA 90010

International Myeloma Foundation
About International Myeloma Foundation
Founded in 1990, the International Myeloma Foundation (IMF) is the first and largest organization focusing specifically on multiple myeloma. The IMF's reach extends to more than 525,000 members in 140 countries worldwide. The IMF is dedicated to improving the quality of life of myeloma patients while working toward prevention and a cure through their four founding principles: Research, Education, Support, Advocacy.
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International Myeloma Foundation

12650 Riverside Drive, Suite 206, North Hollywood, CA 91607

(818) 487.7455

JDRF
About JDRF
JDRF is the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Our strength lies in our exclusive focus and singular influence on the worldwide effort to end T1D.
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JDRF

26 Broadway, 14th Floor, New York, NY 10004

(800) 533-2873

Kay Yow Cancer Fund
About Kay Yow Cancer Fund
The Kay Yow Cancer Foundation was founded in 2007 by the late Kay Yow, legendary North Carolina State University basketball coach. We have funded more than $7.78 million in cancer research grants nationwide, awarding a portion of direct donations to cancer research and programs that affect women and the underserved populations. Our awards process is created with the help of members of a prestigious research science committee who is aligned with our mission. We at the Kay Yow Cancer Foundation are a nationwide family of like-minded people passionate about funding cancer focused research, assisting the underserved and unifying people for a common cause. You can learn more about our story at www.kayyow.com. Our Board of Directors has been strategically increasing our programs, research and awareness in an effort to maximize our impact on cancer affecting women. We continue to expand our reach in order to support our ambitious goals.
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Kay Yow Cancer Fund

4804 Page Creek Lane, Suite 118, Durham, NC 27703

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
About LLS
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding research, finding cures and ensuring access to treatments for blood cancer patients. Since 1949 LLS has been on the forefront of blood cancer advances such as chemotherapies and stem cell transplantation leading the way to the targeted therapies and immunotherapies that are saving thousands of lives today. LLS is changing the landscape of cancer with more than 300 active research projects that explore different avenues of new and adventurous research; ones with promise and ones that will save lives not someday, but today. Whenever we talk about cancer, we always use the same word. Someday. Someday there will be a cure. Someday we won’t lose the people we love. But when is someday? With LLS’s research partnerships and collaborations with pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, patients support services and advocates working for blood cancer patients everywhere, someday is today.
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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

3 International Drive, Suite 200, Rye Brook, NY 10573

(888) 557-7177

Lipedema Foundation
About Lipedema Foundation
The Lipedema Foundation is a private, non-fundraising foundation established in 2015 with a mission to define, diagnose, and develop treatments for Lipedema. The Foundation is the world’s largest funder of Lipedema research, with more than $11 million awarded in the US and internationally to date. The Foundation’s research focuses on collaboration, connecting patients and researchers, and fostering basic and translational research across disciplines including physiology, genomics, immunology, and endocrinology. The Foundation also maintains the Lipedema Foundation Registry, an online registry platform created to help patients, families, clinicians, and caregivers learn more about the condition, understand barriers to diagnosis, assess quality of life impact, and point the way to potential treatment approaches. The Lipedema Foundation is a dynamic start-up environment, allowing for meaningful engagement in all of the Foundation’s programs. Since the organization currently does not engage in fundraising, all responsibilities are tied directly to the mission.
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Lipedema Foundation

39 Lewis Street, 4th Floor, Greenwich, CT 06830

Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
About Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
The Mission of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is to mobilize resources to fight hunger in our community. To fulfill our mission, we source and acquire food and other products and distribute them to needy people through charitable agencies or directly through programs; conduct hunger education and awareness campaigns and advocate for public policies that alleviate hunger; and energize the community to get involved and support hunger relief. Our Vision is that no one goes hungry in Los Angeles. Since 1973, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank has distributed more than 1 billion pounds of food. It provides food to 300,000 people every month and in 2016 we distributed 55 million meals–that’s more than 62 million pounds of food. Twenty percent of that food is fresh produce. The Food Bank collects food from hundreds of resources, which – with the help of 30,000 volunteers annually – it distributes through a network of more than 625 partner agencies. Ninety-seven percent of revenue raised goes directly to programs. Our efficiency and effectiveness led the LA Business Journal to name the Food Bank as the “Nonprofit Organization of the Year” among large local organizations in 2013.
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Los Angeles Regional Food Bank

1734 East 41st Street, Los Angeles, CA 90058

(323) 234-3030

Lupus Foundation of Northern California
About LFNC
With a mission to improve lives impacted by lupus, the Lupus Foundation of Northern California (LFNC) has served the Northern California lupus community for almost 40 year. The LFNC was founded as the Bay Area Lupus Foundation in 1978 by Jo Dewhirst. Jo was elected to be the first Chairperson of the Board and served in this position from 1978 - 1982. She was hired by the Board to be the first Executive Director of the Foundation and held this position from 1982 - 2009. Dedicated to serving an ethnically and economically diverse population and to providing the widest possible access to services, the LFNC offers programs designed to meet both social and educational needs of patients and their families in English and Spanish, both in-person and online.Focused on those living with lupus as well as on research and advocacy to find a cure, we are proud to be the voice of the northern California lupus community of patients, families, friends and caregivers. Our Mission is to be a premier source of information on lupus by providing programs and services designed to educate and increase the knowledge of those affected by lupus, promote lupus awareness, and support external lupus research efforts.
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Lupus Foundation of Northern California

2635 N First Street, Suite 211, San Jose, CA 95134

(408) 954-8600

Lung Cancer Research Foundation
About LCRF
The mission of the Lung Cancer Research Foundation (LCRF) is to improve lung cancer outcomes by funding research for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure of lung cancer. LCRF is committed to improving lung cancer patients’ quality of life and survival rates through advancing the best new research in the field. To accomplish this, LCRF has begun implementing strategies toward its goals for the next three years. LCRF intends to have funded a total of $45 million in direct lung cancer research through 444 grants by 2024.
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Lung Cancer Research Foundation

501 7th Avenue, Suite 401, New York, NY 10018

(212) 588-1580

March of Dimes Foundation
About March of Dimes Foundation
March of Dimes leads the fight for the health of all moms and babies. We believe that every baby deserves the best possible start. Unfortunately, not all babies get one. We are changing that. For 80 years, March of Dimes has helped millions of babies survive and thrive. Now we’re building on that legacy to level the playing field for all moms and babies, no matter their age, socio-economic background or demographics. We support moms throughout their pregnancy, even when everything doesn’t go according to plan. We advocate for policies that prioritize their health. We support radical improvements to the care they receive. And we pioneer research to find solutions to the biggest health threats to moms and babies. What began with President Franklin D. Roosevelt's personal struggle with polio led to the creation of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, better known as March of Dimes, and ultimately a cure for the disease. With that success behind us, we began to focus on fighting birth defects, premature birth and infant death with innovations like newborn screenings and surfactant therapy; education for medical professionals and the public about best practices; and lifesaving research. We provided comfort and support to families in NICUs and advocated for those who needed us most, moms and babies. Today we are stronger and more committed than ever to guiding moms through every stage of the pregnancy journey. We are fighting for the smallest among us and advocating for their health each and every day. And we do so with the tools, technology and knowledge needed to build a brighter future for us all.
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March of Dimes Foundation

1275 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605

Mercy Health
About Mercy Health
For this ministry, the health of our communities is more than a program. It is a calling from our heritage, a core value in a volatile world, a charge from those who came before us. By improving the health of our communities, we honor them and truly extend the healing ministry of Jesus. We provide an essential safety net for people who need our help. Those who come to us receive compassionate and quality care, regardless of their ability to pay. We will help people who don’t have insurance or who need additional assistance to meet their healthcare expenses.
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Mercy Health

3300 Mercy Health Blvd., Cincinnati, OH 45211

(513) 215-5000

Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation
About MMRF
The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) was established in 1998 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization by identical twin sisters Kathy Giusti and Karen Andrews soon after Kathy’s diagnosis of multiple myeloma. Kathy’s need was urgent. She was looking for a cure.
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Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation

383 Main Avenue, 5th Floor, Norwalk, CT 06851

(203) 229-0464

Multiple Sclerosis Foundation
About Multiple Sclerosis Foundation
The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, known in the MS community as MS Focus, is a nonprofit organization focused on providing free services that address the critical needs of people with MS and their families, helping them maintain the best quality of life.
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Multiple Sclerosis Foundation

6520 North Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

(954) 776.6805

Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America
About Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America
The mission of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America (MGFA) is to create connections, enhance lives, cure MG.
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Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America

355 Lexington Avenue, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10017

(800) 541.5454

National Anti-Vivisection Society
About National Anti-Vivisection Society
Founded in 1929, the National Anti-Vivisection Society (NAVS) has a proud history of animal advocacy aimed at ending the cruel and outdated practice of animal experimentation.
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National Anti-Vivisection Society

444 N. Wells Street, Suite 406, Chicago, IL 60654

(312) 427-6065

National Brain Tumor Society
About NBTS
National Brain Tumor Society (NBTS) is fiercely committed to finding better treatments, and ultimately a cure, for people living with a brain tumor today and anyone who will be diagnosed tomorrow. This means effecting change in the system at all levels. Our Value to the Brain Tumor Community We are in the unique position to affect change across the drug development, policy and legislative, research, and clinical trial systems at all levels. We don’t focus on a single method or approach to defeating brain tumors. We drive a multi-faceted and thoughtful approach to aggressively influence and fund strategic research and discovery, as well as advocate for public policy changes, in order to achieve the greatest impact, results, and progress for brain tumor patients. Money raised by the generous donations of our supporters has directly funded groundbreaking discoveries, programs, clinical trials and policy initiatives. Why We Are Different We believe we can move the needle faster and drive more new discoveries by influencing and funding research, and actually bringing together policy makers, researchers, clinicians doctors and industry organizations to collaborate and share information in order to find better treatments and a cure for brain tumors. We are the only brain tumor organization that has an active public policy agenda, and we directly advocate to policymakers to give brain tumor patients a voice in Washington, D.C. We are intimately connected with top brain tumor researchers, academics and clinicians. Some of the top brain tumor experts are scientific advisors on our programs, and we hire PhDs to help create informative content and translate new research developments into language that brain tumor patients and their families can understand and act on. We don’t just write blank checks. We drive a thoughtful research agenda and hold our researchers’ feet to the fire by monitoring their progress and having them report on findings to the community to justify funding. We support more than 23 signature, regional walks, races and rides and many other community and scientific events, so our mission is strong.
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National Brain Tumor Society

55 Chapel Street, Suite 200, Newton, MA 02458

(617) 924-9998

National Down Syndrome Society
About NDSS
The National Down Syndrome Society is the leading human rights organization for all individuals with Down syndrome. Our Vision The National Down Syndrome Society envisions a world in which all people with Down syndrome have the opportunity to enhance their quality of life, realize their life aspirations and become valued members of welcoming communities.
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National Down Syndrome Society

8 E 41st Street 8th Floor New York, NY 10017

(800) 221-4602

National Psoriasis Foundation
About NPF
The National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) is a non-profit organization with a mission to drive efforts to cure psoriatic disease and improve the lives of those affected. Founded in 1966 from a tiny classified ad in a Portland, Oregon, newspaper, NPF has evolved to become the leading patient advocacy group for the more than 8 million Americans living with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. As emerging research continues to demonstrate the serious, systemic effects of these chronic autoimmune diseases, our highest priority is to find a cure.
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National Psoriasis Foundation

6600 SW 92nd Ave., Suite 300, Portland, OR 97223

(800) 723-9166

NEXT for AUTISM
About NEXT for AUTISM
NEXT for AUTISM transforms the national landscape of services for people with autism by strategically designing, launching, and supporting innovative initiatives. While many organizations engage in advocacy or fund scientific research, NEXT for AUTISM addresses the needs of autistic individuals and their families across the country, right now. Founded in 2003, NEXT for AUTISM has built numerous initiatives with respected partners including national organizations, regional agencies, and local entities to enhance services for people with autism and maximize resources. Mutually beneficial partnerships with organizations such as New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University and Weill Cornell medical schools, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s Project SEARCH, the TEACCH Autism Program at the University of North Carolina, the JCC Manhattan, and Hunter College at the City University of New York, have led to the creation of extraordinary programs for children, adolescents, and adults.
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NEXT for AUTISM

1177 Avenue of the Americas, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10036

(212) 759-3775

Opportunity International
About Opportunity International
Opportunity International is working to end global poverty by creating/sustaining 20 million jobs by 2020. We believe that enabling individuals to create dignified and sustainable work is the foundation for transforming their lives, their children’s futures and their communities. Opportunity International was founded in 1971 by two visionary leaders who were inspired to take action by their experiences with people living in extreme poverty. Al Whittaker, former president of Bristol Myers International Corporation in the U.S., and Australian entrepreneur David Bussau sought a solution that would help people transform their lives. They entered uncharted territory when they launched what we know now as Opportunity International, which was one of the first non-profit organizations to recognize the benefits of offering financial services for people living in poverty in developing countries. Today, Opportunity International serves 9.6 million hardworking entrepreneurs in 22 countries around the world. We have big plans for the world: a world without poverty where people can live with dignity and purpose. Our clients have ambitious dreams for their futures, but lack the opportunities needed to make those dreams a reality. We go where others won’t to give these inspiring people access to financial services including loans, savings, insurance and other financial services and training—all which empower these entrepreneurs to work their way out of poverty and build a new sustainable future for themselves and their families. To date, we have created or sustained nearly 17 million jobs by giving entrepreneurs the tools they need to thrive. With your support, we will reach millions more clients—and those clients will change the world.
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Opportunity International

550 West Van Buren Street, Chicago, IL 60607

(800) 793-9455

Palm Beach County Food Bank
About Palm Beach County Food Bank
The Palm Beach County Food Bank is committed to being a strong leader for the other stakeholders and organizations that join us in addressing the issues surrounding hunger in Palm Beach County. There is a collective resolve in working together to help children, families and seniors in our community. We are focused on fighting hunger in Palm Beach County through 4 programs – Partner Marketplace, Nutrition Driven, Benefits Outreach, and our Childhood Hunger Initiatives. We support close to 200 partner agencies in Palm Beach County with food, programs, resources and services.
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Palm Beach County Food Bank

701 Boutwell Road, Suite A-2, Lake Worth, FL 33461

(561) 670-2518

Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
About PanCAN
Founded in 1999, the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN) is dedicated to fighting the world’s toughest cancer. In our urgent mission to save lives, we attack pancreatic cancer on all fronts: research, clinical initiatives, patient services and advocacy. Our effort is amplified by a nationwide network of grassroots support. We are determined to improve patient outcomes today and to double survival by 2020. Why We Are Relentless Trailblazers Pancreatic cancer takes 91 percent of its victims within five years and kills more people than breast cancer in the United States.1 The disease is the third leading cause of cancer-related death, and it is projected to become the second around 2020.1,2 More than 55,000 Americans will be diagnosed with the disease this year. That’s more than 152 mothers, daughters, fathers, sons, sisters, brothers, colleagues or friends who will hear the dreaded news every single day.
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Pancreatic Cancer Action Network

1500 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite 200, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

(877) 573-9971

Parkinson's Foundation
About Parkinson's Foundation
The Parkinson’s Foundation was formed by the merger of the National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) and the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (PDF), both established in 1957, with offices in New York and Miami. In June 2017, the foundation marked the 200th anniversary of the publication of, “An Essay on the Shaking Palsy,” by James Parkinson and the 60th anniversary of the Parkinson’s Foundation.
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Parkinson's Foundation

200 SE 1st Street, Suite 800, Miami, FL 33131

(800) 473-4636

Partnership Against Domestic Violence
About PADV
Mission: The mission of Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV) is to end the crime of intimate partner violence and empower its survivors; our vision is a community free of domestic violence. To that end we work to educate the public on the dynamics of intimate partner violence; promote healthy dating relationships among adolescents and teens to prevent future violence; offer safety and shelter for battered women and their children; restore power, self-sufficiency, and control to survivors; and create an effective and coordinated community response to intimate partner violence. History: PADV began as an all-volunteer agency in 1975 and incorporated in 1977. Today, PADV is the largest nonprofit domestic violence organization in Georgia providing professional, compassionate, and empowering support to battered women and their children in metro Atlanta. With 43 full and part-time staff, PADV’s roster of services include a 24-hour crisis line; two 24-hour emergency shelters in metro Atlanta with 96 beds, legal advocacy; supportive housing a teen dating violence prevention program; outreach and prevention programs for battered women and children; workshops on the effects of domestic violence on the workplace; and community education and training. Annually, we serve over 20,000 individuals.
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Partnership Against Domestic Violence

PO Box 170225, Atlanta, GA 30317

(404) 870-9600

Partnership for a Healthier America
About Partnership for a Healthier America
The Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) is devoted to working with the private sector to ensure the health of our nation’s youth by solving the childhood obesity crisis. We bring together public, private and nonprofit leaders to broker meaningful commitments and develop strategies to end childhood obesity. Most importantly, we ensure that commitments made are commitments kept by working with unbiased, third parties to monitor and publicly report on the progress our partners are making to show everyone what can be achieved when we all work together. Founded in 2010 in conjunction with – but independent from – Let’s Move!, we’re a nonpartisan, nonprofit that is led by some of the nation’s most respected health and childhood obesity advocates. Supporting our effort is our honorary chair former First Lady Michelle Obama, alongside our honorary vice-chairmen The Honorable William H. Frist, MD, and US Senator Cory A. Booker (D-NJ). Our board of directors also includes nationally recognized business leaders, advocates, health professionals and thought leaders from a variety of backgrounds.
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Partnership for a Healthier America

2001 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC 20006

(202) 842-9001

PKD Foundation
About PKD Foundation
We are the only organization in the U.S. solely dedicated to finding treatments and a cure for polycystic kidney disease (PKD). We fund research, education, advocacy, support, and awareness on a national and local level. Over the last 30 years, we have invested more than $50 million in basic and clinical research, making us the largest private funder of PKD research. We fund basic and clinical research, nephrology fellowships, and scientific meetings with a simple goal: to discover and deliver treatments and a cure for PKD.
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PKD Foundation

1001 E. 101st Terrace, Suite 220, Kansas City, MO 64131

(800) 753-2873

Rheumatology Research Foundation
About Rheumatology Research Foundation
The Rheumatology Research Foundation awards grants to scientists conducting innovative research that will lead to a future with more options for patients with rheumatic disease to live longer, healthier lives. Their programs fund training and mentorship opportunities for medical students and fellows to assist in the recruitment and education of future rheumatologists. They are committed to expanding the workforce in order to provide patients with better access to specially trained rheumatology professionals.
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Rheumatology Research Foundation

2200 Lake Boulevard NE, Atlanta, GA 30319

(404) 365-1373

Save the Children
About Save the Children
Why Save the Children? (We're so glad you asked!) Reason #1: You Share Save the Children’s Values You believe, as we do, that every child deserves a future. Every last child. The world has made great progress for children. More children are alive and thriving today than ever before. But here's the problem. Millions of children in the U.S. and around the world still aren't getting what they deserve. We're talking about children in need. Dying, when the world knows how to save them. Vulnerable children in poverty. Denied an education. Forced to flee violence. Orphaned, abused, abandoned. Children with no reason to smile. No hope for the future. The world's children deserve better.
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Save the Children

501 Kings Highway East, Suite 400, Fairfield, CT 06825

(800) 728-3843

Sea Shepherd
About Sea Shepherd
Sea Shepherd was founded in 1977 with the mission to protect and conserve all marine wildlife. From its inception 44 years, as a small organization with one boat, Sea Shepherd has grown to become a global movement of thousands of passionate and courageous volunteers working on the decks of ten ships operating all around the planet. The message over the last four decades has been consistent and transparent: to expose, intercept, and oppose illegal operations that damage and destroy marine wildlife and habitats.
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Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

P.O. Box 8628, Alexandria, VA 22306

(212) 220-2302 ext. 3

Shatterproof
About Shatterproof
Shatterproof is a national nonprofit dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis in the United States. The Crisis Addiction is the most significant health crisis in the United States today. For the 20.4 million adults in America with a substance use disorder (SUD), the devastation caused by the disease can be crushing. In 2018, more than 175,000 deaths in the U.S. were related to alcohol and other drugs – the third largest cause of death in the nation. Of those deaths, 47,000 were from an opioid overdose. The opioid crisis also cost society an estimated $179 billion to $696 billion in 2018 alone. These impacts are felt across a broad swath of society, from health care to employers to the government. Even more tragic, the social isolation and anxiety brought on by COVID-19 has made the addiction crisis that much worse. Addressing this health crisis is more important now than ever. Recent reporting indicates that overdoses in May 2020 were 42% higher than in May 2019. The Response Founded by hospitality executive Gary Mendell in 2013, Shatterproof draws from the extensive business experience of its senior leadership and uses a for-profit, ROI-focused lens to create results. Our strict commitment to science, evidence-based solutions, and transformational change has informed the business plan we execute daily. Our business plan includes work within the following three key pillars: 1. Revolutionizing the treatment system. We are transforming the healthcare delivery system so that every person facing addiction has access to quality care and treatment based on science. 2. Breaking down addiction-related stigmas. Addiction is a treatable disease, not a weakness. By changing people’s attitudes and behaviors, we’re reducing the shame in order to encourage patients to seek life-saving treatment, and providing reassurance, compassion, and support for a full and fulfilling life. 3. Supporting and empowering our communities. We are providing science-based educational resources that aid in the prevention and treatment of addiction, while building hope, confidence and resiliency within families and communities, and advocating for life-saving policies. Shatterproof’s growth and achievements are a testament to our investors and the growing number of stakeholders and communities rising up against addiction. Together, we can reverse this health crisis and create a better and brighter future, free from the disease of addiction and the stigma that surrounds it. Shatterproof has successfully informed policy changes that improve access to science-based addiction treatment and promote lasting recovery. In the past six years we have been influential in 25 bills being signed into law in 18 states; the successful passage of the CDC’s Guidelines for the safer prescribing of dangerous opioids; and sections of federal laws that improve treatment access and quality. Our current policy work is focused on three areas: payment reform, addiction training and education, and opioid litigation settlement.
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Shatterproof

101 Merritt 7 Corporate Park, 1st Floor, Norwalk, CT 06851

1-800-597-2557

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
About St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment. Consistent with the vision of our founder Danny Thomas, no child is denied treatment based on race, religion or a family's ability to pay.
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St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, TN 38105

(800) 822-6344

Start Early
About Start Early
Children born into poverty begin life with the odds stacked against them. That’s not just unfortunate for them. It’s a problem for all of us—one that can and must be solved. Start Early is demonstrating effective solutions every day. Our work is anchored in a growing body of scientific evidence about early brain development. We use private dollars to apply that science in developing innovative programs, and then leverage public funding to support their implementation and replication. Here’s what we do: We serve more than 4,000 children and families directly through birth-to-five programs we fund and operate in Chicago as well as through our network of voluntary home visiting programs throughout Illinois. We integrate the latest research and best theories into our program development efforts. We train nearly 3,000 community-based early childhood professionals in Illinois each year. We advocate for state and federal funding for early childhood services that reach hundreds of thousands of children across the country. We partner with advocacy organizations in 17 states and Washington, DC, to build their capacity to advance policy change and increase public investments in effective birth-to-five programs. We communicate through publications and other resources to ensure that what we know is translated into understanding that leads to action—in homes, schools, board rooms, and on Capitol Hill. We design and develop models, curricula, education materials and other programs that help prevent the academic achievement gap and the social problems it can create, including school dropout rates, teenage pregnancy, juvenile crime and chronic health conditions.
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Start Early

33 West Monroe Street, Suite 12000, Chicago, IL 60603

(312) 922-3863

Susan G. Komen
About Susan G. Komen
We’ve transformed how the world treats and talks about this disease and have helped turn millions of breast cancer patients into breast cancer survivors. Since 1982, we’ve funded more than $956 million in research, more than $2.1 billion in medical care, community and provider education, and psychosocial support, serving millions in over 60 countries worldwide.
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Susan G. Komen

5005 LBJ Freeway

(877) 465-6636

The Arc
About The Arc
The Arc is the largest national community-based organization advocating for and with people with intellectual disabilities (I/DD) and serving them and their families. We work tirelessly to uphold our vision that every individual and family living with I/DD in the United States has access to the information, advocacy, and skills they need to support their full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.
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The Arc

1825 K Street, NW, Suite 1200, Washington, DC 20006

(202) 534.3700

The Myositis Association
About TMA
The Myositis Association of America (MAA) was created by Betty Curry in March, 1993, as the Inclusion Body Myositis Association (IBMA), a non-profit corporation. The National Organization of Rare Disorders (NORD) provided the names of 16 patients who became the initial members. Extensive outreach through the medical community and later through the Internet touched off enormous growth. As of January 1, 2003, the name changed to The Myositis Association (TMA) to include the growing membership on every continent. The list of 16 patients has grown to 6,000. Since then, scientists, practicing physicians and other medical professionals have supported the organization through the Medical Advisory Board. This group provides medical information to staff and patients and guides the TMA research program. The first conference was held in 1995 and is now an annual event with a panel of medical experts, peer counseling, sessions on coping skills, support group training, and time to meet other patients and their families. A Board of Directors manages TMA. The staff answers more than 10,000 e-mail messages, phone calls and letters each year, and more than 10,000 newsletters are mailed annually. Growth in revenues has increased dramatically, providing a means for continued service to members and their families. In 2002, TMA opened a Washington DC office to provide more effective advocacy for its members. TMA's research program, also begun in 2002, has now funded nearly $6 million in myositis research.
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Thy Myositis Association

1940 Duke Street, Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22314

(800) 821-7356

Three Lakes Foundation
About Three Lakes Foundation
Three Lakes Foundation was created by a family tragically affected by idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), a form of pulmonary fibrosis with an unknown cause. Driven by their own frustrations with misdiagnoses, lack of information, poor treatment options, and limited oxygen access, they have focused on changing the course of care for future patients, caregivers, and physicians. Until every person can breathe freely, we refuse to sit still.
Treasure Coast Food Bank
About Treasure Coast Food Bank
Treasure Coast Food Bank (TCFB) was founded in 1988. It is the largest hunger-relief organization and the only Food Bank in our four-county region (Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie, and Okeechobee County). Our mission is to alleviate hunger by obtaining and distributing food and other essentials in Indian River, Martin, St. Lucie, and Okeechobee Counties.
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Treasure Coast Food Bank

401 Angle Road, Fort Pierce, FL 34947

(772) 489.3034

UNICEF USA
About UNICEF USA
UNICEF works in over 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families.
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UNICEF USA

125 Maiden Lane, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10038

(212) 686.5522

V Foundation
About V Foundation
The V Foundation for Cancer Research was founded by ESPN and legendary basketball coach Jim Valvano with one goal in mind: to achieve Victory Over Cancer®. Since its formation in 1993, the V Foundation has awarded more than $260 million in cancer research grants nationwide and has grown to become one of the premier supporters of cutting-edge cancer research. Due to generous donors, the Foundation has an endowment that covers administrative expenses.
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V Foundation

14600 Weston Parkway, Cary, NC 27513

(919) 380-9505

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