Non-Profits

Emily Suchara

National Non-Profits

The Salvation Army

This non-profit finds faith through the Christian Church. The Salvation Army aids all those in need. They do anything from helping with relief efforts after a catastrophe to handing out food to those in need.

Some Statistics:
Soldiers: 1,056,722
Adherent members: 156,842
Junior soldiers: 378,811
Senior band musicians: 48,135
Songsters: 133,480
Sunday school members: 1,422,567
Services to the armed forces: 25 projects
Disaster rehabilitation schemes: 104 (serving 129,323 people)
Refugee programs: 58 (serving 32,143 people)
Prisoners visited: 266,089
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Doctors Without Borders

This non-profit helps people worldwide where the need is greatest, delivering emergency medical aid to people affected by conflict, epidemics, disasters, or exclusion from health care.

Some Statistics:
Have been in Haiti, Port-au-Prince since 1991 and have helped over 300,000 people
They have treated over 481 burn victims
Over 1,000 Surgeries inside Syrian war zones
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Local Non-Profits

Lee County Haven - Helping Abuse and Violence End Now; Sanford, NC

This organization helps people heal from abuse as they work to end domestic violence and sexual assault throughout community, by educating people, intervening in cases, and implementing primary prevention.

Statistics:
Haven has provided over 7, 500 services to more than 900 clients
Clients are diverse...
30% Caucasian
37% African American
26% Hispanic
7% Bi-racial
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Family Promise; Sanford, NC

Helps homeless families transform their lives. They provide emergency shelter and family stability services, such as employment and life-skills programs, families can quickly obtain and sustain stable housing.

Statistics:
5% of families achieve lasting independence at (1/3) of the cost of traditional shelters
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