Charity Guide

February 17, 2007 -- From Michael Organ, a reader, from Chicago, IL, who is affiliated with the site. features service learning projects that make it possible for students and their parents to volunteer together.

The community service projects at can be successfully completed: in 15 minutes, as a weekend project, or during volunteer vacations. Causes include: animal welfare, children’s issues, community service, environmental protection, healthcare, and homelessness.

Taj Global Understanding

May 16, 2006 -- From Sudhanshu, a reader, from India, who is affiliated with the site.

Taj Global Understanding is a non-profit foundation that seeks to help creating a world which fosters an appreciation and an understanding of humanity with its global volunteer programs in India.

Angels In Action

May 5, 2006 -- From Jillian Fowkes, a reader from Chicago, IL, who is affiliated with the site

Georgia-Pacific, the makers of Angel Soft bath tissue, sponsors a program called the Angel Soft Angels in Action Awards — a national campaign that rewards ten kids with $5,000 for doing exemplary acts of kindness within their community, or for a charity or cause. We recently kicked off this year’s search for the next ten angels and are looking for exceptional kids to reward for doing good deeds.

American Red Cross

May 5, 2006 -- From Sally, a reader from Maryland

In times of crisis, the American Red Cross is always there. You can help by giving blood, money or time. They can also be reached toll free at 1(800)GIVE-LIFE.

World Hello Day

November 1, 2000 -- From Brian McCormack, a reader from North Hollywood, California who is affiliated with the site

November 21, 2000 is the 28th annual World Hello Day. People in 180 countries have participated in this annual global peace promoting event, with the public support of 29 winners of the Nobel Peace Prize. Everyone who participates greets ten people, to celebrate the importance of personal communication to preserving peace. We’ve done our work in 46 languages.

The Hunger Site

December 9, 1999 -- From Joyce, a reader from Maryland who is not affiliated with the site

The Hunger Site is a place where you can help the hungry without spending any of your own money! Simply click ‘Donate Free Food’ and the site’s sponsors will fund a donation that helps people all over the world. After you click, you will see the list of sponsors.