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Caps for Cancer(www.capsforcancer.com).Mike Thomas founded this organization in 1996 after his mother, Dorie Thomas, passed away due to breast cancer. He saw the difficulties his mother had trying to cover her head as she lost her hair during her treatment. If you know how to knit, you can donate hats to the organization — or donate money toward the purchase of yarn and needles.
Habitat for Humanity(www.habitat.org).A volunteer-based organization committed to building shelters for those in need all over the globe.
Hollywood Heart (www.hollywoodheart.org).The group helps children and teens who are infected with or affected by HIV or AIDS to go to summer camp, with its Camp Pacific Heartland program. It also helps many disadvantaged youths learn moviemaking with the Movie Team.
The Humane Society of Louisiana (www.humanela.org). Katrina devastated the Louisiana chapter of the Humane Society, leaving the building uninhabitable, and the group still has not received an insurance check or funds to rebuild. Many supporters and volunteers have moved elsewhere. This organization really needs your help.
M.A.C. AIDS Fund(www.macaidsfund.org).How one lipstick could change the world. M.A.C. gives 100 percent of the profit on every sale of Viva Glam lipsticks and glosses to some 600 organizations to fund AIDS research and supply medicine to patients in need.
Race to Erase MS(www.erasems.org).The Nancy Davis Foundation holds an annual event to fund research to help cure MS. A single evening can raise more than $2.7 million. ?
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