Deeply Rooted in Our Community

The Funds raised at club eventss are redistributed to bring positive change to those in oour communities who are less fortunate.  This list grows and changes constantly.  If your club has other charitable outlets, please send the information to [email protected].

Jurisdiction 1

Harry L. Folsom Club #13

Ahern Foundation (Military Charities)
PO Box 80221
Stoneham, MA 02180
The Foundation is a non-profit organization that seeks to assist veterans and current members of our military. Through our fundraising efforts we donate substantial financial grants to military support organizations that deal directly with affected veterans and military personnel who are facing many challenges along with their families.
 
Jimmy Fund (Childrens Cancer Research)
10 Brookline Place West, 6th Floor
Brookline, MA 02445
(800) 525-4669
The Jimmy Fund solely supports Boston's Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, raising funds for adult and pediatric cancer care and research to improve the chances of survival for cancer patients around the world. Since its founding in 1948, the Jimmy Fund has raised millions of dollars through thousands of community fundraising events..
 
NRLA Lift Fund (LBM Industry Members with Hardships
585 North Greenbush Road
Rensselaer, NY 12144
(518) 286-1010
The Northeastern Retail Lumber Association (NRLA) was established in New York in 1894 by a small group of pioneering lumbermen who recognized the value of cooperation. Today, the NRLA is an 1,160 member association representing independent lumber and building material suppliers and associated businesses in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, D.C., and the six New England states. Throughout our history, NRLA has provided leadership, support and community for lumber and building material dealers throughout the Northeastern United States. NRLA is an industry leader in education, legislative and regulatory reform, and member programs and services. We also produce the industry’s largest regional trade show, Lumber and Building Material Expo.
 
Phoebe's Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

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There are approximately 30,000 Americans living with cystic fibrosis. They are moms, dads, sisters, brothers, daughters, sons, friends and co-workers who struggle every day just to breathe. We walk for them. Will you join us? All we need you to do to become a member of Phoebe's Phanclub is click on the "Join our Team" button. From there you can make a donation and start your fundraising.
 
WCLBMA Lumber Helping Lumber
177 Parkshore Drive
Folsom, CA 95630
The West Coast Lumber & Building Material Association is once again dealing with a natural disaster that is raging across California – and bringing losses to many who are connected to the LBM industry. The association announced a program to help bring relief to people known to be in need, as determined by the organization’s network of members and suppliers. According to the WCLBMA, at least 60 individuals and families in the LBM industry suffered a loss of home or other major loss from the wildfires.

Roger Williams Club #51

America's VetDogs
371 East Jericho Turnpike
Smithtown, NY 11787-2976
(866) 838-3647
The service dog programs of America’s VetDogs were created to provide enhanced mobility and renewed independence to veterans, active-duty service members, and first responders with disabilities, allowing them to once again live with pride and self-reliance. America’s VetDogs specializes placing highly-skilled service and guide dogs to individuals with physical injuries, PTSD, hearing and vision loss, and seizures.
 
Community Boating Center of New Bedford
1641 Padanaram Avenue
New Bedford, MA 02740
(508) 992-6219
At our core, we view ourselves as a community outreach center connecting Greater New Bedford’s at risk youth with mentors to enhance their lives through boating. Our flagship program is our Summer Youth Sailing Program. This program is designed to be a step by step process in character development, by using sailing and boating as a tool to help instill important life lessons in our students, such as the values of integrity, sound judgment, teamwork and environmental awareness.
 
Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical Carpentry
220 Sandwich Rd.
Bourne, MA 02532
(508) 759-7711
The carpentry program at Upper Cape Tech prepares students for one of the many diverse employment opportunities in the building field. Students learn a wide range of skills and safety procedures starting with basic joinery and furniture making using hand tools and stationary power tools.
 
Wreaths Across America
P.O.Box 249
Columbia Falls, ME 04623
(877) 385-9504
Wreaths Across America’s mission touches the lives of thousands of school, scout, civic and religious groups across the country through fundraising for wreath sponsorships. These groups help us ensure that we reach our goal to place a wreath on each hero’s grave. In return, they receive fundraising dollars that assist in furthering their own goals and projects.

Jurisdiction 2

Detroit Club #28

Lumber Helping Lumber
177 Parkshore Drive
Folsom, CA 95630
The West Coast Lumber & Building Material Association is once again dealing with a natural disaster that is raging across California – and bringing losses to many who are connected to the LBM industry. The association announced a program to help bring relief to people known to be in need, as determined by the organization’s network of members and suppliers. According to the WCLBMA, at least 60 individuals and families in the LBM industry suffered a loss of home or other major loss from the wildfires.
 
Michigan Forest Association Teacher Tour
15851 S.US 27,Suite 16
Lansing, MI 48906-1987
(517) 816-7879
Landowners, professionals and other interested people working to promote education and wise management and use of our forests.
 
Motor City Blight Busters
18220 Lahser Rd
Detroit, MI 48219
Creating Homeowners & Small Business Owners, Cleaning up Parks & Public Spaces, Renovating & Repairing Blighted Property, Revitalizing Detroit Neighborhoods, Urban Agriculture, Veteran's Programs, Youth Engagement Programs

Jurisdiction 3

Spokane Club #16

Hoo-Hoo Express Wooden Truck Toys

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Willamette Valley Club #33

Children’s Miracle Network
205 West 700 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
(801) 214-7400
More than 10 million kids enter a children’s hospital like UC Davis Children's Hospital across North America every year. To provide the best care for kids, children’s hospitals rely on donations and community support, as Medicaid and insurance programs do not fully cover the cost of care. Since 1983, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has helped fill those funding gaps by raising more than $7 billion, most of it $1 at a time through Miracle Balloon icon campaigns. Its various fundraising partners and programs support the nonprofit’s mission to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible.
 
Food For Lane County
770 Bailey Hill Road
Eugene, OR 97402
(541) 343-2822
FOOD for Lane County is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit food bank founded in 1984 and dedicated to reducing hunger by engaging our community to create access to food. We accomplish this by soliciting, collecting, rescuing, growing, preparing and packaging food for distribution through a network of 151 social service agencies and programs; through public awareness, education and community advocacy; and through programs designed to improve the ability of low-income individuals to maintain an adequate supply of wholesome, nutritious food. These programs include emergency food boxes, shelters, meal sites, rehabilitation facilities, nutrition education, gleaning and community gardens. We serve a diverse population of people living on limited incomes including children, families, seniors and single adults
 
Kidsports for Eugene/Springfield
2190 Polk Street
Eugene, OR 97405
(541) 683-2374
KIDSPORTS is the only multi-sport provider in lane county offering 9 sports each sports calendar year. Since 1953, KIDSPORTS has been dedicated to providing positive youth team sports experiences through family and community involvement that is based on the philosophy "ALL KIDS PLAY".
 
Lumber Helping Lumber
177 Parkshore Drive
Folsom, CA 95630
The West Coast Lumber & Building Material Association is once again dealing with a natural disaster that is raging across California – and bringing losses to many who are connected to the LBM industry. The association announced a program to help bring relief to people known to be in need, as determined by the organization’s network of members and suppliers. According to the WCLBMA, at least 60 individuals and families in the LBM industry suffered a loss of home or other major loss from the wildfires.

Seattle Club #34

Hope Link (toy drive)
8990 154th Avenue Northeast
Redmond, WA 98052
(425) 869-6000
Since 1971, Hopelink has served homeless and low-income families, children, seniors and people with disabilities in King and Snohomish counties; providing stability and helping people gain the skills and knowledge they need to exit poverty for good.

Portland Club #47

Open House Ministries Family Shelter
900 W. 12th St.
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 737-0300
We’re a family shelter in Vancouver, Washington, housing 100-plus residents a night. More than half of our residents are homeless children.More than a shelter, we walk alongside homeless families as they rebuild their lives.
 
Oregon State Scholarship
108B Kerr Admin Building
Corvallis, OR 97330
(541) 737-1125
Scholarships OSU is committed to recruiting and retaining motivated, diverse, and driven students, and one of the ways we do so is with our scholarship opportunities. Scholarships can come from several sources. Incoming and transfer students can be eligible for university scholarships, continuing students may qualify for scholarships that are administered by their individual college or department within the university, and many private organizations also offer scholarship opportunities. Most university awards are based on a combination of academic merit and financial need.
 
Royal Family Kids Camp
3000 W MacArthur Blvd Ste. 412
Santa Ana, CA 92704
(714) 438-2494
RFK is a Christian led organization that exists to transform communities by interrupting the cycles of neglect, abuse, and abandonment of children in the foster care system. We fulfill our mission by providing an array of programs, all directed toward changing the trajectory of young lives which, too often, include a combination of academic failure, drug abuse, teen pregnancy, sex trafficking, homelessness, and incarceration.

Tacoma Olympia Club #89

America’s Vet Dogs
371 East Jericho Turnpike
Smithtown, NY 11787-2976
(866) 838-3647
The service dog programs of America’s VetDogs were created to provide enhanced mobility and renewed independence to veterans, active-duty service members, and first responders with disabilities, allowing them to once again live with pride and self-reliance. America’s VetDogs specializes placing highly-skilled service and guide dogs to individuals with physical injuries, PTSD, hearing and vision loss, and seizures.
 
Eastside Boys & Girls Club, Tacoma, Wa.
1721 E. 56th Street
Tacoma, WA 98404
(253) 404-3997
Eastside Community Program site is an extension of the Henry T. Schatz Branch of the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Puget Sound, located at the Donald G. Topping Regional HOPE Center.
 
Tacoma Nature Center
1919 South Tyler Street
Tacoma, WA 98405
(253) 404-3930
Metro Parks Tacoma is a CAPRA-accredited, independent park district that leads efforts to build a healthy, sustainable community.
 
The Rescue Mission & Dome Facility for the Homeless
425 South Tacoma Way
Tacoma, WA 98402
(253) 383-4493
We help all people; including clients, volunteers, donors and staff, to become their best. We provide emergency services such as shelter and food to the homeless or hurting; offer self-sufficiency programs to help lift a person from poverty and break the chains of addiction; support prevention programs and share our Christian faith
 
WCLBMA Lumber Helping Lumber
177 Parkshore Drive
Folsom, CA 95630
(800) 266-4344
The West Coast Lumber & Building Material Association and its predecessor organizations have been dedicated to representing independent lumber and building materials dealers for more than 100 years.

Northwest Montana Club #187

2018 Needy Kids Fund

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2019 Needy Family Fund

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A.L.E.R.T., KALISPELL REGIONAL HOSPITAL Program
310 Sunnyview Lane
Kalispell, MT 59901
(406) 751-6930
Established in 2001, the Kalispell Regional Healthcare Foundation has been supporting the vision and mission of Kalispell Regional Healthcare (KRH) by converting our donors' generosity into the finest in medical excellence for the various departments of KRH – Kalispell Regional Medical Center, Brendan House, Pathways Treatment Center and The Summit Medical Fitness Center
 
Family Forestry Expo

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The Family Forestry Expo is an annual, week long event that offers hands-on exposure to the role forests play in our everyday lives. The yearly event takes place through the dedicated involvement of over 20 diverse organizations such as local service clubs, forest industry, government natural resource agencies, conservation groups, professional societies, local businesses, many interested individuals and numerous local donations.
 
Firewood Delivery (for veterans and those in need)

Sandpoint, ID 83864
(208) 597-1588
"Planted Roots Foundation's FIREWOOD RESCUE PROJECT was founded in October of 2018 and has been dedicated to assisting families in need with emergency firewood.
 
Jordana Hubble Family Donation

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Winema Club #216

Oregon State University Elementary School Forestry Tour
1500 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
(541) 737-1000
Oregon State is an international public research university that draws people from all 50 states and more than 100 countries. We go wherever the challenges are, push ourselves to the very edge of what’s known and keep going. We are determined to forge solutions. We are diverse and welcoming. We embrace our responsibility to Oregon and the world, building a future that’s smarter, healthier, more prosperous and more just. We see what could be and have worked relentlessly for 150 years to make it so.

North Cascade Club #230

Demming Logging Show Fund for Busted Up Loggers
3295 Cedarville Rd
Bellingham , WA 98226
(360) 592-3051
Originally started in 1962, the Deming Log Show is a non profit organization benefiting busted up loggers. Home to the Annual Deming Logging Show, the Deming Log Show Ground is also home to other events throughout the year including car shows, wedding, fundraisers, concerts and more.The Deming Log Show Grounds takes pride in it’s property and proudly displays logging industry memorabilia and equipment amongst its park like property.Funds raised by the Deming Logging Show go to benefit busted up loggers throughout the community and their families in times of need
 
Town of Oso (mudslide disaster relief)
P.0. Box 9716
Federal Way, WA 98063
(888) 511-6548
We’re a Christian humanitarian organization helping children, families, and their communities overcome poverty and injustice.

N.E.W. Club #238

Fish and Wildlife Management Program Colville Fish Hatchery
325 East 3rd Avenue, P.O. Box 458
Kettle Falls, WA 99141
(509) 738-6625
This class debuted in the fall of 2013 after Stevens County acquired the aging Colville Fish Hatchery last year in a deal with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Spokane New Tech Skill Center has organized a fisheries science and vocational learning program for local high school students. A nine member “Advisory Committee” composed of local citizen volunteers meet regularly to ensure the successful operation of the hatchery as a vocational learning center and to raise trout for release in local waters
 
Retirement and Convalescent Homes Solar Power

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Temperate Forest Foundation
1810 16th St.
DC, WA 20009
(202) 621-6309
PolluterWatch is a project of Greenpeace that holds polluters accountable for the work they’re doing to block the transition from the dirty fossil fuels of the past to the clean energy sources of the future.
 
Various State High Schools

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Jurisdiction 5

Vancouver Club #48

Canadian Women in Timber
PO Box 20
Tappen, BC V0E 2X0
To encourage sound management and wise use of forest resources in Canada for the benefit of all, with a focus on public education through schools and community organizations; and enhance and foster public understanding of BC’s forest resources and sustainable forest management.
 
Evans Lake Forest Education Society
5-169 East 12th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5T 2G8
(604) 294-2267
Evans Lake is operated by the Evans Lake Forest Education Society, a not for profit charity, with the mandate to provide outdoor & forest education opportunities for children and youth. Each year we rely on our donors and members, as well as corporate and government funding to support our programs.
 
Festival of Forestry
PO Box 3155
Mission, BC Canada V2V 4J4
The BC Festival of Forestry is a non-profit organization committed to providing quality professional development experiences for school teachers.We run annual tours - accommodating up to 20 teachers - to resource-based communities in BC. Tours provide an interactive learning experience to enhance teachers’ understanding of the complexities of sustainable forest management issues, and methods to integrate information into their classes.

Cowichan Valley Club #229

BC Forest Discovery Center in Duncan
2892 Drinkwater Road
Duncan, BC V9L 6C2
(250) 715-1113
The BC Forest Discovery Centre is charged with collecting and preserving artifacts relevant to coastal forestry, as well as educating the public about life, work and the environment in forest communities of coastal British Columbia.
 
Vancouver Island University Forestry Program Park
900 Fifth Street
Nanaimo, BC V9R 5S5
(250) 753-3245
This program provides the technical training required for starting a career in most fields of forest technology. The program emphasizes the recognition and appreciation of all the major values of the forest including timber, recreation, wildlife, range, fish, water, and visual landscapes. The program is accredited by the Canadian Technology Accreditation Board. Graduates of this program meet the required standard for membership in the Association of B.C. Forest Professionals (ABCFP) as Registered Forest Technologists (RFT).

Jurisdiction 6

Humboldt Club #63

Scholarship Fund at Humboldt Area Foundation
??363 Indianola Rd.
Bayside, CA 95524
(707) 442-2993
Humboldt Area Foundation offers an online scholarship application which has over 160 scholarship opportunities. The scholarships offered were created by local residents to honor their loved ones and to support local students in pursuit of their diverse ambitions. These scholarships offer a wide range of criteria to support students seeking advanced training.

Sacramento Club #109

American Vet Dogs
371 East Jericho Turnpike
Smithtown, NY 11787-2976
(866) 838-3647
The service dog programs of America’s VetDogs were created to provide enhanced mobility and renewed independence to veterans, active-duty service members, and first responders with disabilities, allowing them to once again live with pride and self-reliance. America’s VetDogs specializes placing highly-skilled service and guide dogs to individuals with physical injuries, PTSD, hearing and vision loss, and seizures.
 
Lumber Helping Lumber
177 Parkshore Drive
Folsom, CA 95630
(800) 266-4344
Founded in 1917, the association represents over 4,000 member locations operating single or multiple lumber yards and component plants serving homebuilders, subcontractors, general contractors, and consumers in the new construction, repair and remodeling of residential and light commercial structures.
 
Wounded Warrior Project
4899 Belfort Road, Suite 300
Jacksonville, FL 32256
(877) 832-6997
Wounded Warrior Project® partners with four world-renowned academic medical centers, to form Warrior Care Network®, healing invisible wounds of service and improving the psychological healing of our nation's veterans.? The Warrior Care Network program provides veterans living with PTSD, TBI, and related conditions with a path to long-term wellness.

Southern California Club #117

Homes for Our Troops
6 Main St.
Taunton, MA 02780
(866) 787-6677
To build and donate specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post-9/11 Veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives.
 
The City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Duarte, CA 91010
(800) 826-4673
Founded in 1913, City of Hope is a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center and a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, making it a national leader in advancing research and treatment protocols.
 
Wounded Warrior Project
4899 Belfort Road, Suite 300
Jacksonville, FL 32256
(877) 832-6997
Wounded Warrior Project® partners with four world-renowned academic medical centers, to form Warrior Care Network®, healing invisible wounds of service and improving the psychological healing of our nation's veterans.? The Warrior Care Network program provides veterans living with PTSD, TBI, and related conditions with a path to long-term wellness.

Black Bart Club #181

America's VetDogs
371 East Jericho Turnpike
Smithtown, NY 11787-2976
(631) 930-9000
The service dog programs of America’s VetDogs were created to provide enhanced mobility and renewed independence to veterans, active-duty service members, and first responders with disabilities, allowing them to once again live with pride and self-reliance. America’s VetDogs specializes placing highly-skilled service and guide dogs to individuals with physical injuries, PTSD, hearing and vision loss, and seizures.
 
Napa Valley Food Bank
2521 Old Sonoma Rd.
Napa, CA 94558
(707) 253-6128
Our Food Pantry Network allows low-income residents of Napa County to receive an allotment of food from one of 7 locations every 30 days. Allotments are based on household size but will consist of meat, dairy, produce and dry and canned food items. Pantries are located in the City of Napa, Calistoga, St. Helena, Lake Berryessa, Pope Valley, Angwin, and American Canyon. Together they serve an average of more than 1,000 local households each month.
 
Path Ways Program, Ukiah HS
1000 Low Gap Road
Ukiah, CA 95482
(707) 472-5750
Our students will impact the world by learning to apply their skills, knowledge and compassion in real life, unpredictable situations
 
Redwood Empire Food Bank
3990 Brickway Blvd.
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
(707) 523-7900
The Redwood Empire Food Bank (REFB) is the largest hunger-relief organization serving north coastal California from Sonoma County to the Oregon border. Since 1987, the REFB has been helping our community through 11 innovative programs under three strategic initiatives – Every Child, Every Day, Senior Security and the Neighborhood Hunger Network. We respond to the immediate needs of people seeking help through the provision of healthy food and nutrition education. We pursue long-term solutions to food insecurity through public policy and the development of partnerships with civic, faith-based, corporate and government organizations and, most importantly, individuals in our community.
 
S.H. Fire Dept. toy & food drive

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Santa Tim Charity
8426 Starr Rd.
Windsor, CA 95492
(707) 484-4463
Santa Tim is a non-profit charity founded by Tim Oxford serving families in need during the holiday with gifts, food and other support. The program has been a blessing to many in Sonoma County for over 26 years, giving out over 1,800 gifts last year alone. Santa Tim frequently teams with the Living Room, California Children Services, Sonoma County Maternal Child, as well as other local charities and non-profit agencies.
 
Sturgeon’s Mill Restoration Project
2150 GREEN HILL RD.
SEBASTOPOL, CA 95472
(707) 829-2479
Sturgeon’s mill is a 106 year old steam powered sawmill. We are a working museum that is open 4 weekends a year to the general public. On these weekends historians, gear heads, steam heads and students of California history come to “Step back into History” at our museum.
 
Ukiah Community Food Bank
888 North State Street
Ukiah, CA 95482
(707) 463-2409
Provides weekly and emergency food distributions, distributes monthly commodities through the USDA, and Holiday Food Baskets.
 
WCLBMA Lumber Helping Lumber
177 Parkshore Drive
Folsom, CA 95630
(800) 266-4344
Founded in 1917, the association represents over 4,000 member locations operating single or multiple lumber yards and component plants serving homebuilders, subcontractors, general contractors, and consumers in the new construction, repair and remodeling of residential and light commercial structures.

Jurisdiction 7

Houston Club #23

Boys’ & Girls’ Country
18806 Roberts Road
Hockley, TX 77447
(281) 351-4976
Our mission is to change the lives of children from families in crisis by loving and nurturing them in a Christian home environment, raising them to become self-sustaining and contributing adults. Your support helps us fulfill a vision that every child has a place to grow up and a sense of being home.
 
Dan Ledermann Scholarship Fund

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Jurisdiction 8

Twin Cities Club #12

Dunwoody College of Technology
818 Dunwoody Blvd
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 374-5800
At Dunwoody, we challenge students to come determined and graduate destined. That means being ready to do things, ready to apply that learning, and ready to understand that knowledge alone will never truly satisfy. If you are hungry, if you have a passion, if you are determined to learn, create, make, and refine – Dunwoody is right for you.
 
Hoo-Hoo Museum
207 Main Street
Gurgon, AR 71743
(870)-353-4997
The International Concatenated Order of Hoo-Hoo is one of the world's oldest service organizations, having been organized in 1892. That it has survived all these years is due to the fact that its members are interested in the welfare and promotion of the forest products industry.
 
Minneapolis Public Schools
1250 W. Broadway Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55411-2533
(612) 668-0000
Minneapolis Public Schools promises an inspirational education experience in a safe, welcoming environment for all diverse learners to acquire the tools and skills necessary to confidently engage in the global community.
 
Project Learning Tree
2121 K Street, NW, Suite 750
Washington, DC 20037
(202) 765-3641
Project Learning Tree advances environmental literacy and promotes stewardship through excellence in environmental education, professional development, and curriculum resources that use trees and forests as windows on the world.
 
St. Paul Public Schools
360 Colborne Street
Saint Paul, MN 55102
(651) 767-8100
Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) is one of Minnesota's largest school districts with more than 37,000 students. Highly trained and deeply dedicated staff, cutting-edge academic programs, and strong community support are among the district’s hallmarks. Our student population is diverse, with students who speak more than 125 languages and dialects.
 
U of Minnesota Forestry School
3 Morrill Hall 100 Church St. S.E.
Minneapolis, MN 55455
(612) 625-5000
The Forest and Natural Resource Management (FNRM) major focuses on providing hands-on skills for students who want to work in forestry, conservation, parks, urban forestry, and the environment. Nationally accredited programs, field sessions, top faculty, and small class sizes make this one of the best majors for those who love the outdoors.

Sioux Valley Club #118

Half Way Houses

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Muscular Dystrophy Bike for Cure

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River of Hope
River of Hope P.O. Box 775
Clute,, TX 77531-0775
(979) 299-9464
We are a coalition of Christian congregations and individuals working to provide rent and utility assistance to Brazosport qualifying residents.River of Hope exists to meet people's crisis needs and assist them in becoming financially self-sufficient.Our goal is to help people beyond their financial crisis and become self-sufficient.

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