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The Mary Parrish Center
The Mary Parrish Center
Nashville, TN

The Mary Parrish Center is a transitional housing program for survivors and their children who have become homeless as a result of fleeing domestic or sexual violence. In addition to safe, individual apartments, they provide a wide range of flexible and optional support services including clinical therapy, a workforce development program, emergency financial assistance, housing advocacy, enrichment activities, and case management. Their survivor-focused program enhances their residents' autonomy by nurturing their capacity to live independently from their abusers, establish self-sufficiency, and secure permanent housing. Since 2009, they have served 138 survivors and their children giving them the time and support needed to rebuild their lives.

For more information, visit their website:
www.maryparrish.org





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Inspiration Field
Inspiration Field
La Junta, CO

Inspiration Field is an organization that was started in 1966 by parents of developmentally disabled children. Their goal was to help their kids learn and develop life skills. Now, Inspiration Field has grown and serves 180 children and adults who are diagnosed with either mental retardation, autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and numerous other developmental disabilities. Each person determined eligible is entitled to case management services to meet the needs of individuals and their families throughout life. They offer early intervention therapy, family support, living services, day programs and employment.

For more information, visit their website:
www.inspirationfield.org





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Hungry Hearts Foundation
Hungry Hearts Foundation
Lake Stevens, WA

The Hungry Hearts Foundation is a nonprofit organization designed to help feed at risk, hungry school-aged children who are currently on the National School Lunch Program by providing them with supplemental food for the weekends and school holidays. Many students are getting enough to eat at school during the week through the National School Lunch Program, however, when they are home on the weekends there often is not enough food. Supplemental kid-friendly food items are packaged in nondescript bags that are distributed to students at school on Fridays. It is run by volunteers found through schools' PTAs/PTSAs and the community. Hungry Hearts currently serves 208 children each week.

For more information, visit their website:
www.hungryheartsfoundation.com





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Child Rescue Coalition
Child Rescue Coalition
Boca Raton, FL

Child Rescue Coalition is a nonprofit organization that partners with law enforcement and child advocates around the world to shield, rescue, and safeguard children from sexual exploitation. They use leading-edge technology to help track, arrest and convict those who use the Internet to harm young children. Their technology gives law enforcement access to information about abuse in their area that they may not know even exists. They are able to paint a complete picture of predatory behavior and use historical data to reveal trends that would be impossible for any agency to track on its own.

Check them out in the news:
youtube.com/childrescuecoalition

For more information, visit their website:
www.childrescuecoalition.org




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