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Other Unofficial Good Causes

I think I will use this tab to list stuff that really has not as much to do with the 30D30Y thing.


Still deciding whether to elevate these to "top 30"...

http://www.projectrescue.com/ -- Money donated saves the kids from brothels and helps to get women out of trafficking slavery. Pretty intense.

http://www.richmondhabitat.org/page3.html

http://www.forkeepsvirginia.org/ -- a project for the first lady about finding permanent placement for Va. teens in foster care

http://www.virginiasupportivehousing.org/icf.htm -- Virginia Supportive Housing works with other community development corporations in the Richmond area to revitalize abandoned and substandard housing to provide safe affordable housing. Virginia Supportive Housing also works closely with Richmond area homeless shelters and transitional programs.

http://www.bgcmr.org/ Richmond Boys and Girls Club ... for the kids... (Donate here!)


Crisis Pregnancy Center -- The Center is dedicated to providing compassionate care and practical assistance to women who are unprepared for pregnancy. Since 1983, the Center has helped more than 20,000 women meet the challenges of pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting. All services are provided free of charge. 24-Hr Helpline: (804) 673-2020 or Email us at CPCRichmond2@aol.com

Central Virginia Food Bank -- " The Central Virginia Foodbank (CVFB) was founded in 1980 to procure and distribute food efficiently and effectively to feeding programs throughout the area. Since then, the Central Virginia Foodbank service area has grown to include 31 counties and five cities in the Central Virginia region. Presently, we distribute food through a network of more than 500 network partner agencies, which includes more than 130 child care providers serving needy children. In addition, we serve as many as 4,000 daily meals in the summer and 2,000 daily meals during the school year to needy children through our 54 Kids Café programs."

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