Check out how the Learning by Giving Foundation and students across the U.S. are investing in local communities.
Piedmont Health Services, Inc.The mission of Piedmont Health Services (PHS) is to improve the health and well-being of the community by providing high-quality, affordable, and comprehensive primary health care. View More
Partners for World HealthPartners for World Health collects discarded medical supplies from US health care facilities in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts and ensures they are distributed to countries in need throughout our world. These medical supplies destined for the landfill are now making a difference in the lives of those less fortunate. Through a large group of volunteers, PWH Community Service endeavors collect, transport and re process medical supplies and makes them ready for transport to countries in need through container shipments. In addition PWH coordinates Medical Mission trips for medical and non medical individuals to various countries in Africa and Asia. View More
Halawi-Saponi Indian Tribeto protect the interests, identity and rights of the Haliwa-Saponi Indian people, promote the cultural and traditional heritage of the Haliwa-Saponi people of Halifax, Warren, and surrounding counties, to promote the advancement of the Haliwa-Saponi Indian people by securing educational, health, economic development, housing, cultural, and social programs, to promote, maintain, and foster good public relations with local, state, federal, and other Tribal governments and business, to promote good will, peace, and harmony within the Tribal community and other Indian Tribes, and to serve as a forum through which concerns and issues of the Haliwa-Saponi Indian people may be addressed. Project: To purchase technological equipment for digital learning labs to implement Summer Learning Academy and after-school academic intervention for 21st century learners; combatting the summer learning loss and eliminating the barrier of limited access to technology for academic enrichment for K-12 students in the tribal community. View More