Sarah, a mother who Michelle Nunn, current President and CEO of CARE, met on a recent trip to Malawi indicated the same thing that many other women have also shared, "I want to stand on my own two feet." Like 40 million others in South Africa, Sarah and her family are facing extreme hardships. Sarah wants to be independent, and she wants to be able to provide food for her family. She is determined to have a better life for her family. Currently, Sarah's family, along with many others are facing severe and extremely harsh weather conditions and changing climate patterns. They need help and support. YOU have the POWER to help women, to help MOTHERS like Sarah fulfill their true potential, to stand on their own two feet, and pull themselves out of poverty. You and your support will help CARE provide the necessary tools and training to women, to MOTHERS, like Sarah, and in doing so, help end poverty for good.
Protecting Children From Abuse
Food For The Poor, Inc.
Saving Lives...Transforming Communities...Renewing Hope
Because Food For The Poor buys food in bulk, your gifts will go dramatically further to deliver lifesaving shipments of nutritious food to hungry children. You can provide a nutritious meal to a child who lives each day with unimaginably severe hunger pains. Please prayerfully give what you can to help children in need.
"They were hungry and thirsty; their life was ebbing away."
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Parents As Teachers
Support For Moms and Dads
Kids don't come with an instruction manual, but Parents as Teachers provides the next best thing. Regular visits help parents feel more confident about their caregiving skills, teaching them how to better interact with their children, and connecting them to community resources that serve families. It also provides screenings to identify developmental delays early. PAT believes that early interventions can help stave off child abuse and other problems.
The Society for the Advancement of Behavior Analysis (SABA) provides financial support for the field of behavior analysis. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, SABA accepts tax-deductible donations, distributes donations through grants, and recognizes leaders in behavior analysis with its annual awards ceremony.