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by Amber Rhodes
Hello, my name is Amber and I suffer from progressive Generalized Dystonia and hand Dystonia, anxiety, and depression(Both of which are two leading issues associated with Dystonia- comparable to PTSD). Dystonia is a painful neurological disorder ...
by Stephanie Latko
Haven House provides safe, confidential services for victims of domestic violence and their children. Haven House provides victims with the resources needed to rebuild their lives. Children are taught skills to cope with family crises and learn ...
by American Spinal Research Organization
Our goal is to raise funds, increase awareness and assist in prevention and cure of neurotrauma injuries. Shoot for a Cure is an international campaign uniting neurotrauma communities around a common cause.
by Niagara University Club Softball
We are the Niagara University Club Softball team. We are a member of the New England-West division in the NCSA and are in our third year as a program. As a student ran organization raising funds can be hard, any contribution you can make is appreciated.
by Pomeranian and Small Breed Rescue
My name is Pickles and I was rescued from a bad home where I was not loved, two days later I got really sick with an infection throughout my entire body and now I am fighting for my life! Can you please help Pomeranian Rescue pay for my bills?
by Last Chance Horse and Pony Rescue and Sanctuary
Last Chance Horse and Pony Rescue and Sanctuary is a Canadian registered charity devoted to abused and abandoned horses and ponies. We have 37 rescued animals on our farm and are in desperate need of HAY to feed them what they need.
by Amy Lewis
The Niagara County SPCA needs your help to make this event the most successful fundraiser yet! We have set our goal at a lofty $75,000 so that we can continue to provide the homeless animals of Niagara County the best chance at a second chance! ...
by Sue Lewis
Shelly has been living with MS for approximately 25 years. She is now at the point where she requires a motorized chair in her home and accomodations need to be made in order for her to be able to continue to live there safely. A grant was ...
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