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This sub-category of the humanitarian organisations is for organisations that work either for or from a particular area of the world. Sites in these sub-cats could possibly (at the discretion of the ODP editors) also appear in the main category if they are based in a particular area and get their supporters from a particular area but work internationally.

Please do not submit sites to this category. Please submit them to the appropriate subcategory.

This sub-category of the humanitarian organisations is for organisations that work either for or from a particular area of the world. Sites in these sub-cats could possibly (at the discretion of the ODP editors) also appear in the main category if they are based in a particular area and get their supporters from a particular area but work internationally. Please do not submit sites to this category. Please submit them to the appropriate subcategory.
CARE is an international organization fighting global poverty. CARE's mission is to serve individuals and families in the poorest communities in the world. Drawing strength from the global diversity, resources and experience of its international partners, CARE promotes innovative solutions and advocates for global responsibility.
The Corporation for National and Community Service engages Americans of all ages and backgrounds in service to help strengthen communities. It oversees the AmeriCorp, Senior Corp, and Learn and Serve America programs.
Food Not Bombs is a grassroots, do-it-yourself organization with chapters around the world. It is grounded on the philosophy of non-violence and other anarchist politics, and serves otherwise wasted, vegetarian food on the streets to the hungry. It began in Boston, MA but has since branched out as far as Germany and Australia. This category is dedicated to web sites pertaining to individual chapters, lists of chapters in certain regions, and general information about history and operation.
Submit sites about hospital hospitality houses used by patients and families who seek nearby housing while undergoing treatment at medical facilities.

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Organizations that provide low cost housing and other supportive services for patients and families who travel distances for treatment at medical facilities.
Humanitarian organizations connected with people of a particular religion. Usually these organizations do not make it a requirement that the people they help be a part of the religion concerned. However some in evangelism subcategories or those that have evangelism mentioned in the description might be interested in promoting their religion as a part of their work.
This category is for United Way organizations and affiliates.
This category is for humanitarian organisations providing equipment or training for provision of water supplies.
YMCAs are Young Men's Christian Associations. Originally founded by George Williams in 1954 in London, England, the YMCA movement has grown worldwide to over 120 countries. Approximately 30 million people participate in YMCA programs annually. Programs are varied and diverse. This category holds links to international YMCA associations, councils, and bodies.
The Young Women's Christian Association reaches out to meet the needs of women and girls wherever they are. Each local YWCA is an autonomous community-based non-governmental organization. As a non-profit membership association, each YWCA is run by and for women of the community and their families. Local YWCAs are affiliated to the national YWCA of their country.
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