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    Under $400

    The Roberto Clemente Health Clinic

    El Limón Dos, Nicaragua

    The Roberto Clemente Health Clinic provides affordable access to high-quality health care and wellness programs in the Tola coastal communities of Nicaragua. Their goal is to expand their non-profit health center to provide a full spectrum of primary care, pediatric care, urgent care, and holistic wellness education and services.

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    Under $400

    The Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand (WARF) was created to provide appropriate housing and care for animals placed under the organization’s protection at any of the four different wildlife sanctuaries located throughout Thailand.

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    The Women's Education and Economic Centre (WEECE)

    Kilimanjaro Region, Tanzania, Africa

    The Women’s Education and Economic Centre (WEECE) supports marginalized women and their families in, allowing them to achieve economic stability and gender equality through: expanded access to micro-loans and small business training, legal assistance and leadership skills development.

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    Thrive Seed

    Baljeet Nagar, New Delhi, India

    Thrive Seed is a non profit initiative based in New Delhi, India. Thrive Seed aims to establish and maintain caring and nurturing learning environments where women and children from less fortunate backgrounds are given the opportunity to learn and develop essential skills and attributes to better their own futures, and those of their communities. Thrive Seed’s primary mission is to provide support, fundraising and volunteers to help local grassroots education and women’s empowerment projects.

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    Tortugas Fundación Yepez

    Veracruz, Mexico

    Tortugas Fundación Yepez A.C. is a non-profit organization that has been protecting sea turtles in Veracruz, Mexico for 46 years. The organization is small and family run and needs volunteers to help protect the endangered turtles and implement eco-projects in the region.

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    Toucan Rescue Ranch

    San Josecito, Costa Rica

    The Toucan Rescue Ranch’s (TRR) mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and when possible, release Costa Rican wildlife. TRR works with a model that focuses on conservation, education and research so a brighter tomorrow is promised to the incredible animals of Costa Rica’s rainforests. As a volunteer, you can assist in the daily activities of running the Toucan Rescue Ranch, or you may offer your particular skills to focus on specific projects.

  • 1
    Under $200

    Traveller Not Tourist

    Arequipa, Peru

    Traveller Not Tourist is an organization dedicated to using tourism to support the local communities. By using both tours and volunteers, the organization aims to give Peruvians the chance to lift themselves out of poverty and believe in the chance of a better world, and then create it. This grassroots, supportive organization seeks volunteers for meaningful volunteer work with disadvantaged children.

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    Under $400

    Tri Hita Karana Foundation

    Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

    Tri Hita Karana Bali is an NGO that works throughout the island of Bali, Indonesia. The organization aims to reinvigorate the Balinese philosophy of harmony between people, nature, community, and God through educational programs and projects. These awareness raising, community-centered projects are based in permaculture principles that help increase environmental sustainability.

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    Under $200

    Trinity Yard School

    Cape Three Points, Ghana

    Trinity Yard is an educational organization that serves the youth of Cape Three Points, Ghana, and the surrounding communities — rural areas where access to educational opportunities is limited.

  • 2
    Under $400

    Tshega Christian Mission

    Limpopo Province, South Africa

    Tshega Christian Missions was established by four individuals in 2004 and registered as a Non Profit Organization in Aug 2006. Situated in South Africa, Limpopo Province, Mopani District, Bolebedu South, Fobeni Village – the organization initially focused on vulnerable children but after applied research was done in 2009 – Tshega realized that a more holistic approach in service delivery was needed. Two programs were established to serve identified needs, the Education Program and the Outreach Program.