The organization breeds and trains Labrador Retrievers and Golden Retrievers to become service companions or for other individual and facility needs.
The Double H Ranch, located in New York’s Adirondack Park, is a demonstration of the commitment and generosity of philanthropist Charles R. Wood and actor Paul Newman.
Since the Double H officially opened its doors on July 4, 1993, it has served over 60,000 children dealing with life-threatening illnesses from around the world.
It was the second “Hole in the Wall Camp” in what has become a worldwide network of not-for-profit recreational and therapeutic experiences for children with serious illnesses.
Our partnership with the Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center (AMC) for the past 25 years represents the most important alliance that we share in our community.
Without the support of the clinicians and administration at AMC, the Double H Ranch would not be able to provide the specialized year-round services we offer our campers and their families. We look forward to continuing this unique and critically valuable partnership in the years to come!
The Double H Ranch provides specialized programs and year-round support for children and their families dealing with life-threatening illnesses. Our purpose is to enrich their lives and provide camp experiences that are memorable, exciting, fun, empowering, physically safe and medically sound. All programs are FREE of charge and capture the magic of the Adirondacks.Learn More
The Schoolbox Project provides mobile trauma-informed education, art, and play to children in refugee camps and crisis situations.
Founder Alina Alam wanted to build a social enterprise that engaged people with disabilities, empowered them, and created awareness about their employability.
While grief is something we will all go through, there are few places we can turn to find comfort, solace, understanding, and a place to tell our stories.
Hands Healing HeArts participants undertake writing, drama, music, sculpture and visual arts projects as vehicles for self-discovery and expression.
Providing barbecue meals for displaced residents and emergency personnel is one small way to temporarily soothe the harsh realities of immense recovery efforts.
At Hadassah, one of the largest hospitals in Israel, there is an open-door policy for anyone in need.
Neiko's Newman's Own Foundation fellowship reaffirmed that he wanted to spend his life helping others and combating oppression wherever and whenever possible.