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    Oaxaca City, Mexico

    AgroSanO uses the idea of community supported agriculture — alongside education and cultivation — to work towards an ideal of food sovereignty through biointensive organic agriculture. The farm is located in San Sebastian Etla, which is located outside of Oaxaca City, Mexico.

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    Alice Project

    Central India

    The first Alice Project school launched in 1994 and since then the schools have grown throughout central India, educating some of the poorest communities in the country. There are several Alice schools and as funds are raised more schools are built to serve poor communities and to give street kids an education.

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    Altotevere Senza Frontiere Onlus is an association funded by young volunteers who met each other in 2009 after the terrible earthquake of L’Aquila (Italy) where they went to provide their services to the people in the tent camps. Since that experience, they have decided not to stop dedicating their time to other people’s needs, the closest and the furthest ones. As a support to the local community, they are active on many projects, they guarantee their joyful presence every week in the town’s old people’s home and organize cultural and awareness raising events. They are also taking care of a family house for children in Kosovo, through crowd funding, food collections.

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    Animal Aid

    Udaipur, India

    Animal Aid is a vital rescue center, hospital and sanctuary for injured and ill street animals in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. We rescue thousands of hurt and sick animals each year and provide sanctuary to those who need life-long care.

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    Big Brother Mouse

    Laos, Asia and From Home

    Big Brother Mouse is proudly Lao-owned. The group is based in Laos, with a Laos staff whose goal is to bring books to Laotian children. In Laos, access to this type of learning material is very difficult, and the group has seen the need to bring the books to them.

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    Chennai Volunteers

    Chennai, India

    Chennai Volunteers is a social initiative that aims to foster civic engagement and ensure that non-profits can engage with volunteers in a sustainable and meaningful way. They ned everything from skills-based volunteers to short-term and crisis responders.

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    The Costa Rican Humanitarian Foundation (Fundación Humanitaria Costarricense) strives to offer a better quality of life for all those it works with. The organization supports at-risk and special needs populations so they have more choices for their future. The organization needs volunteers in a wide range of skillsets to volunteer on a range of projects at poverty eradication and family well being.

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    Food Blessed

    Beirut, Lebanon

    Co-founded in 2012, FoodBlessed is a local hunger-relief initiative that works with businesses and the civil society. FoodBlessed aims to reduce the number of people going hungry in Lebanon by asking others to be mindful of the food they let go to waste and offering them with practical solutions to cut down on their food waste generation and the opportunity to serve food to those in need through volunteering. As such, FoodBlessed addresses a social need “right to food” via fighting food poverty and hunger.

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    Fundacion Arte del Mundo (FAM)

    Ecuador, South America

    The Fundacion Arte del Mundo (FAM)is a registered non-profit community-based organization in Baños de Agua Santa, a small town in Tungurahua, Ecuador. The foundation emphasizes sharing a love for books and the arts with children and adults in the Baños community.

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    Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

    Konojel is fighting the root causes of poverty and malnutrition by creating sustainable, dignified work for women, educational support for young people, and by directly feeding the most malnourished and at risk community members. Volunteers with the right skills are needed to help support the organization’s core programs in nutrition education, childhood enrichment, and business development.