Ride It Forward, 24 Hour Facebook LIVE, Day of Charity "Videothon"
You can help support the Ride It Forward, Day of Charity Event.
All donations made during the 24 Hour "Videothon" are distributed equally to ALL sponsored charities.
Friends of the Rappahannock
Through Advocacy for environmental issues, Restoration of the river and neighboring habitats, plus Educational experiences, Friends of Rappahannock's goal is a clean and safe river for ...
The Birchtree Center
The Birchtree Center’s mission is to promote independence, engaging relationships, and productive lives for children and youth with autism at home, at school, and in the community...
The National Craniofacial Association originally began in 1969 as the Debbie Fox Foundation and is celebrating five decades of changing lives. FACES makes facial surgeries possible for children and adults across the United States by financially assisting patients and their families with travel costs for specialist care and surgeries.
Quantum Leap Farm
Every horseman knows the relationship with a horse is special. For those with mental or physical disabilities or in the recovery process, this relationship can open the door to an entirely new realm of possibilities.
Austin Hatcher Foundation
The Foundation provides services to children with cancer as well as their families through its four major divisions; Industrial Arts Therapy, Diversionary Therapy, Psycho-Oncology, and Healthy Lifestyle Education...
Tenth Life Cat Rescue
Giving cats the lives they deserve.
At Tenth Life, we believe that every cat, regardless of emotional or physical limitations, deserves the chance at a fulfilling and happy life.
Mission: Empower our community to join us in ending animal suffering through leadership and action, engagement and learning, compassionate care and adoption, affordable veterinary medicine and...
Hearts & Lives
Founded in 2003 as a community-based organization, Hearts & Lives emerged in response to the devastating California wildfires and recognized by the community, as a one-stop Community Family Resource Center.
Double H Ranch
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”
FISH/Friends in Service to Humanity. Through support programs, financial donations and the generosity of volunteers and area residents, we strive to reach out and nurture individuals, families and veterans who may find themselves in economic crisis.
The Equus Effect
The mission is to help veterans and others in transition with the tools they need to build healthy relationships at home and in their communities through purposeful engagement with horses.
Faces of Courage
FOC provides day outings, educational workshops and medically supervised overnight camps for women, children and families touched by all types of cancer and blood disorders.
St. Joseph Orphanage
“Since 1999, St. Joseph Orphanage SJO has had the only National Youth Project Using Minibikes (NYPUM) program in the two-state area of Ohio and Kentucky. Youth earn the privilege of riding Honda minibikes by meeting behavioral and academic goals and abiding by safety standards and rules.
Air Force Enlisted Village
A One-of-a-Kind Community, a Kind and Caring Mission
The Air Force Enlisted Village (AFEV) is a nonprofit organization whose core mission is to provide a safe, secure home for surviving spouses of retired enlisted U.S. Airmen.
Motorcycle Relief Project
Motorcycle Relief Project is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides relief to veterans and first responders with PTSD and other related issues by taking them on structured and professionally-led dual-sport motorcycle adventures.
Healing Paws for Warriors
Healing Paws for Warriors is dedicated to providing Post-9/11 combat veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and Military Sexual Trauma (MST) rescue-to-trained ADA-certified service dogs.
Hole In The The Wall Gang
The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp is dedicated to providing “a different kind of healing” to seriously ill children and their families, free of charge. We are a community that celebrates the spirit of childhood, the sound of laughter and the feeling of endless possibility.
Crossroads Center for Children
The Crossroads Center for Children opened in Glenville, New York in 1998 as a private non profit school serving a small group of children diagnosed with autism. Today the school is located in Schenectady and enrolls approximately 120 children from 20 school districts in the surrounding eight counties.
Fresno EOC Street Saints
TheFresno EOC Street Saints treats every member of the Fresno community as if they were family; mentoring and sharing in experiences to unlock the full potential of that community member. Street Saints, along with community partners have developed programs for youth to build resiliency, promoting healthy choices in education, social situations, family and employment.