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.

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.

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