Through this nonprofit's tireless work, India’s street animals are rescued, healed, loved, and returned back to their neighborhoods.
In 1995, Appalachian Sustainable Development (ASD) was established as the region’s first nonprofit to focus on sustainable agriculture and food access, providing opportunities and hope to rural communities by creating jobs in farming and providing fresh, healthy food to families in need.
ASD’s initial footprint of northeast Tennessee and southwest Virginia has expanded over the last few years to include West Virginia and Kentucky, enabling the organization to expand its impacts into more of the rural communities that dot the rugged Appalachian landscape.
As a result, young farmers like Tyler Maggard are able to live their dreams and stay on the family farm, earning an honest living and remaining on the land they love.
For two years Tyler has grown winter squash for ASD’s Appalachian Harvest Food Hub on the 75-acre farm his family purchased near their home. Tyler, who is fairly new to farming, looks at his farm as an entrepreneurial opportunity, and hopes to be able to build his farm into a sustainable business.
What began as opportunities for struggling tobacco farmers to grow fruits and vegetables have become lasting solutions to regional challenges that impact workforce development, food access, health, and wellness.Learn More
The North Star Foundation places dogs with children who are facing challenges such as losing a parent, serious medical conditions, disabilities, or abuse.
Orangutans have lost more than 80 percent of their habitat over the last several decades to intensive farming and deforestation across Indonesian rainforests.
Seven Generations Ahead works with government, community, and private sector leaders to help communities make the changes they need to build a healthy future.
Swechha began in 2000 as a young people’s campaign to raise awareness about pollution in India's River Yamuna and on youth participation and active citizenship.
More than 1,040,000 gardens have been registered with the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge, an ambitious project to create safe habitats for pollinators.
This nonprofit planted 62 orchards in ten years — and connected with local Philadelphia schools to educate the next generation about our ecosystem.
With generous funding from the Emeril Lagasse Foundation and Florida Hospital for Children, the garden-to-classroom concept evolved into a public charity with t