Ways to Share Your Generosity

Please consider making donations to the organizations found in this book and listed below.

Marshall Direct Fund
P.O. Box 4477Aspen,Co.81612
970-963-3150
www.marshalldirectfund.org
Provides education and meals for impoverished children in Pakistan.

ShelterBox USA
8374 Market St. #203
LakewoodRanch, Fl 34202
(941) 907-6036
www.shelterboxusa.org
Provides shelter, warmth and dignity to survivors of natural and man-made disasters around the world.

Kiva
875 Howard Street, Suite 340
San Francisco, CA 94103 USA
(828) 479-5482
https://www.kiva.org/
Connects people through lending to alleviate poverty.

Solar Light Project
Provides solar powered flashlights to humanitarian organizations and to villages in developing countries without adequate lighting.

So All May Eat, Inc.
SAME Cafe2023 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80206
720-530-6853
www.soallmayeat.org
Offers healthy meals on a pay-as-you-can basis.

Brothers and Sisters Doing the Right Thing
c/oNorth SarasotaPublic Library
2801 Newtown Blvd.
Sarasota,Florida34234
Benefits low income children and teens.

CharityFocus
http://charityfocus.org
donate or checks can be mailed to:
CharityFocus P.O. Box 2711
Santa Clara, CA 95055

Nice-World.org
Horticulture therapy

The following charitable organizations are not in the book, but are making a huge difference by helping people to become self-sufficient:
www.nice-world.org
Supports a range of “gift economy” projects, including Karma Kitchen.

Heifer International
(800) 422-0474
www.Heifer.org
Provides livestock, seeds, or training to families struggling with hunger and poverty.

Kiva
www.Kiva.org
Makes microcredit loans in $25 increments to support small business ventures in becoming self-sustaining.
(As the loans are paid back, you are able to re-loan the funds.)

Thank you for your support.

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