Meet Our Members
America’s Charities is an alliance of nearly 100 of America's best charities who address a wide range of causes including education, environmental protection, human and civil rights, hunger, poverty, research and health services, animal welfare, veteran assistance, and disaster relief. Our 501(c)(3) high-impact nonprofit members are reviewed annually and must meet specific eligibility criteria before they’re approved for membership.
Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance (OCRA) is the largest global organization dedicated to fighting ovarian cancer. We advance research to prevent, treat and defeat ovarian cancer. …
$60 helps House of Ruth provide one day of lunches for the children at Kidspace, our developmental childcare center serving families who are homeless.
Rebuilding Together started in 1973 in Midland, TX, with an act of grassroots activism and community engagement. A small group of people realized a growing…
Shepherd’s Table first opened on December 16, 1983 in a modest house behind the First Baptist Church in Silver Spring. We are proud to serve…
Our history spans 60 years and includes a presence in over 70 countries and 10 million supporters. We defend the human rights of people globally.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL BLACK CHILD DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE For more than 50 years, the National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI) has been committed to our mission…
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK)—the world’s oldest and largest private cancer center—has devoted more than 130 years to exceptional patient care, innovative research, and…
AWS Atlanta is a 501c3 non-profit organization located in Decatur, Georgia, 10 miles east of Atlanta, and began in August 1966 as the DeKalb Humane…
NDSS Mission: The mission of the National Down Syndrome Society is to be the leading human rights organization for all individuals with Down syndrome….
$100 = one phonebank of Brady grassroots activists to advocate for gun violence prevention reforms and $500 = one episode of Red Blue and Brady, a free podcast series that provides important information on gun violence prevention.
Did You Know?
The majority of U.S. charitable giving (about 60%-70% of total annual donations) is from individuals and an estimated $5 billion of those annual donations are generated from workplace giving campaigns each year. Add to that the estimated $2-$3 billion that is donated through employer-sponsored matching gift programs annually, and that is a significant amount of nonprofit resources being generated from the workplace.
Boost Social Impact Through Cause Funds
Designed to empower donors and employers to support America's Charities nonprofit members through workplace giving or as a stand-alone donation option, each fund focuses on a specific cause and features a selection of vetted America's Charities members working directly to address that cause.
Each donation to a fund is distributed equally between the America’s Charities nonprofit members featured in the fund. By supporting one or more of these funds, individuals and corporations alike can make a direct, meaningful difference.
Diseases, Disorders, Medical Disciplines
From healthcare institutions to related initiatives, numerous members of America’s Charities are actively engaged in programs aimed at addressing diseases, disorders, and advancing medical disciplines.
Mental Health, Crisis Intervention
From institutions dedicated to mental health and related initiatives, numerous members of America’s Charities are actively engaged in programs aimed at supporting mental well-being and crisis intervention.
Health – General and Rehabilitative
From health-related institutions to associated initiatives, numerous members of America’s Charities are actively engaged in programs aimed at promoting general health and rehabilitation.
Animal Welfare Fund
From pets to wild creatures, many America’s Charities members run programs to help and protect all living things.
Environmental Quality, Protection and Beautification
From initiatives dedicated to enhancing environmental quality, protection, and beautification, numerous members of America’s Charities are actively engaged in programs that preserve our natural world and devoted to safeguarding the environment and enhancing the quality of our surroundings.
Arts, Culture and Humanities
From enriching our cultural heritage to fostering creativity and promoting intellectual endeavors, numerous members of America’s Charities are engaged in programs that advance the arts, culture, and humanities.