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Community organizations benefit people and groups within a certain region. These charitable foundations are run by volunteers who donate volunteer time running the operation. Volunteers also donate their time to the person needing help. Because they are a nonprofit organization, they rely on products, services and money from other outside sources. Projected financial gain is minimal. Any profit goes immediately to the charitable fund or necessary supplies, such as postage or basic office supplies. Examples of these charitable establishments include both national associations and local programs. Programs help purchase existing homes or land. Volunteers donate their skills and muscle power to restore or build a new home for a family in need. Doctors may volunteer to work at a local clinic or health center. There they provide free vaccinations and health checks to uninsured children. Educational associations help schools build safe playgrounds. School groups apply for grants. The association offers grant money based on need. They may also ensure schools have toys and books suitable to the students. They help develop safe after-school activities for all ages. Nonprofit organizations usually help the unfortunate reform their negative habits. Those released from prison often reside in halfway housing establishments to ensure they stay on their best behavior. Rehabilitation helps addicts get over their drug or alcohol dependency. With these programs, positive work and relationship skills develop. Building a strong community involves work from dedicated area residents and leaders. Whether you want to volunteer or need financial help, a local or national charity works with you. Check your state for the best programs in your area.
 
 
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Believers Of God Helping Hands
11850 Woodrow Wilson Street, Detroit, MI 48206
Contact our faith-based organization at (313) 744-4133 in Detroit, MI, to join our construction volunteers at our next exciting project. faith-based organization, construction volunteers, detroit, mi
(313) 744-4133
Neighborhood Building Urban Gardens
N/A, Detroit, MI 48227
Contact our nonprofit organization at (888) 969-8651 in Detroit, MI, to learn more about our urban farming.Contact our nonprofit organization at (888) 969-8651 in Detroit, MI, to learn more about our
(313) 478-0220
Ability
26201 Castleton Drive, Lathrup Village, MI 48076
Provide assistance to people with disabilities by supporting our multiple sclerosis organization. Contact us at (866) 380-1047 in Lathrup Village, MI, for more information.Provide assistance to people
(866) 380-1047
Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice
4750 Woodward Ave Ste 408, Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 833-3935
ACLU of Michigan
2966 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 578-6800
Vets of for Wars Ser Ofc
4646 John R St, Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 833-8184
Association of Chinese Americans Detroit Drop In C
4750 Woodward Ave Ste 213, Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 831-1790
Masonic Temple Box Office
500 Temple St, Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 638-2724
Harriet Tubman Center The
2727 2nd Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 285-9709
East Michigan Environmental Action Council
4605 Cass Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 556-1702
Cass Corridor Neighborhood Development Corp
3535 Cass Ave, Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 831-2878
City Connect
163 Madison St, Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 963-9722
Gamma Phi Delta
2657 W Grand Blvd, Detroit, MI 48208
(313) 873-2691
Community Based Victim Restitution
23 E Adams Ave, Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 964-0618
Clean Downtown
607 Shelby St, Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 964-5045


Community organizations can be found everywhere; they serve many cities and offer many types of services. Community organizations include such types as non profit, develop, naitonal, association, centers, health, family, reform, leadership, education, programs, rehabilitation, behavioral and donation organizations. If you are trying to look for a particular kind of community organizations online, start by thinking about what sort of organization you are seeking. Are you looking to develop a national campaign? Are you looking to check a friend or family member into a rehabilitation center? Is it a culture or a religious organization? Maybe you want to join a women's community group, or even a group that supports victims of discrimination and harassment. Which ever one it may be, try to type it in the search box in keywords. Here is an example of someone looking for a Christian community organization: type “community organization Christian” followed by your local city. This will result in a listing of organizations that specialize in this particular area. Once you have completed this step you may get more than one listing so checking out the website and researching their background is a good way of slimming down the listing. Look into things such as their history, how long they have been in this field, credentials, experience and certification. This will show you what their level of expertise is and also how professional they are. Customer service is also very important. In order to determine how much importance the companies place on their customers, you should ask the companies what levels of customer service they can offer you. So whether you are looking for the services of a non profit, devleop, local or national organization, make sure you choose the community organization that best fits your ideals.
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