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Monday, October 19

Good Packs: Support for People and Pets Experiencing Homelessness

Today, I am visiting an LAFH housing site where a hotel provides shelter to 180 individuals, and more than 40 pets. Together, we will distribute or deliver 300 Greater Good Charities’ Good Packs — backpacks filled with essential supplies including basic hygiene items, a blanket, reusable water bottle and standard-size T-shirt to people currently without a home of their own. For those with dogs, thanks to, we also have Pet Packs that include a leash, a dish, dog food and treats, and a toy.

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Tuesday, September 22

Introducing Greater Good Charities!

While our name has changed, be assured our dedication has not. Greater Good Charities will remain steadfast and true in our mission and founding principles. Small actions do change the world. All this time, it has been your passion and commitment that makes this impact possible. Simply put: together we amplify the good.

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Friday, September 11

How You’ve Helped People, Pets, and the Planet During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Since the coronavirus pandemic struck with full force early this year, we've been working in all areas of our outreach to help. The pandemic has changed the world. We’ve made it a priority to ensure that people and animals here at home and across the globe are staying healthy, safe, and sheltered. Here are some of the ways we’re proud to have responded to COVID-19.

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Wednesday, August 19

Toys for Kids During COVID-19

The Boys and Girls Club of the North Valley takes pride in offering fun and engaging activities to help youth learn and grow, while also having fun.

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Tuesday, August 18

Mongolian Women Spin Wool for Change

In November 2019, thanks to the generous support of donors, Snow Leopard Trust helped 78 women from nine herder communities in southern Mongolia train to make hand-spun camel knitting wool.

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Tuesday, August 4

How Eggs Help Hundreds in Haiti

The KORE Foundation has added egg production to their Smallholder Poultry project, providing economic security for farmers while offering animal protein intervention to over 8,000 at-risk children in Haiti.

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Monday, July 20

A Home and Hope for Saw Law La Say

Little Saw Law La Say […]

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Tuesday, June 16

Haitian School Jumpstarting Bright Futures

Progressive Haitian Education Since its […]

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Wednesday, May 27

Fighting Starvation Through Science partners with Partners in Health (PIH) to provide children with the food they need to fight malnutrition. Children receive Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Foods (RUTFs), high-calorie, fortified peanut butter-like paste containing a balance of lipids, sugar, and protein (macronutrients), vitamins, minerals (micronutrients), and calories. RUTFs require no preparation, are difficult to overeat, and they keep months or even years after opening. RUTFs offer a 90% - 95% recovery rate for severely malnourished children and allow them to recover at home.

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Wednesday, May 6

Thank YOU for Making #GivingTuesdayNow a Success!

Your support and generosity never cease to amaze and inspire us. Everyone has the power to change the world, and YOU proved that yesterday! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

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