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Check out this community center in South Central, Los Angeles offering kids a place to feel safe expressing themselves. Includes RealPlayer video clips.
http://www.apch.org
International development and relief agency helping families in poverty and emergency situations.
http://www.care.org/
Find out how this London, England center helps homeless youth. You can also play their virtual homelessness game to see how you would cope on the streets.
http://www.centrepoint.org.uk/
Learn about CISV, a volunteer group promoting peace education and cross cultural friendship. Check out their branches in different countries.
http://www.cisv.org/
Learn about this non-profit multi-cultural youth organization that helps solve issues facing young people, located in New York City and New Haven, Connecticut.
http://www.citykids.com/
Com this project urges schoolchildren worldwide to fold paper cranes in a wish for world peace in honor of Sadako Sasaki.
http://www.cranesforpeace.org/
Grants dreams to children who have been diagnosed with critical or chronic illnesses.
http://www.dreamfactoryinc.com/
Find out how to join other kids around the world in the fight against child labor and meet Craig Kielburger, the student who started this impressive organization.
http://www.freethechildren.org/
Dedicated to protecting the human rights of children and youth through grant-making, children's books, and arts education.
http://www.globalfundforchildren.org/
These organizations work to promote human dignity and development in countries around the world.
http://www.interaction.org/
Learn about this non-profit organization headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky that sends books to those in need in developing countries. Find out how to get involved.
http://www.intlbookproject.org
Network of non-governmental organizations in 60 countries, working for a global ban on landmines. Site contains some graphic photos of land mine victims.
http://www.icbl.org/
Check out this non-profit wish-granting organization and find out what chapters exist in Canada.
http://www.makeawish.ca/
Learn how this group grants wishes to thousands of children.
http://www.wish.org/
For anyone who is curious about blindness including questions from kids, guide dogs, braille, and more.
http://www.nfb.org/