Here are some of our favorite charities located in Longmont, CO. We have made sure each of them are eligible for tax deductions when you help your local community by donating your car. Your values and choice can make a difference.
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Providing leadership to schools by facilitating resources, networks and research
The Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (ASWNA) was founded in 1968 to assist Waldorf schools and institutes in working together to nurture Waldorf Education so that it can manifest more widely in the world. Today there are over 900 Waldorf schools in 83 countries. In North America, there are more than 250 schools and 14 teacher education institutes in some level of development. AWSNA provides leadership to schools by facilitating resources, networks and research as they strive towards excellence and build healthy school communities.
Strengthening American Indian economies
Through a three-pronged strategy of Educating Grassroots Practitioners, Advocating for Systemic Change, Capitalizing Indian Communities, First Nations Development Institute has been working to restore Native American control and culturally-compatible stewardship of the assets they own - be they land, human potential, cultural heritage, or natural resources - and to establish new assets for ensuring the long-term vitality of Native communities. First Nations serves rural and reservation based Native American communities throughout the United States.
Paving the road to self-sufficiency
The OUR Center (Outreach United Resource Center) helps people move toward self-sufficiency by unifying community resources. The organization provides emergency services to help people through short-term financial crises and also works in partnership with our clients to develop case plans for those needing longer-term assistance. The OUR Center offers programs ranging from emergency assistance with rent, utilities, food, clothing, shelter, and transportation, to longer term programs that help many of our clients solve underlying problems such as financial difficulties and unemployment. These longer term programs are handled by trained case workers, who help each client discover his or her own personal resources, strengths, and skills. Clients are taught useful life skills, problem solving, budgeting and planning. OUR Center case workers also coordinate with and connect clients with other community resources needed to create financial stability for themselves and their families.
Caring, serving and educating to improve the lives of companion animals.
In 1972, the Longmont Branch of the Boulder County Humane Society officially became the Longmont Humane Society. The Longmont Humane Society is an open admission facility with a mission of: Caring, serving and educating to improve the lives of companion animals. LHS provides temporary shelter to thousands of animals every year: dogs, cats, small mammals, and birds who are lost, abandoned, or surrendered. Loving attention, nutritious food, meticulous health care and daily exercise are standard parts of the high-quality care provided to each animal.