Project Hope: Uganda is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping orphans in Uganda. We currently have 80 children who reside in our homes that have lost their parents to various causes such as malaria, typhoid, AIDS, tribal clashes, childbirth and minor illnesses where there was no access to medical care.
The only academic art museum in Oregon accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the University of Oregon’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA) features engaging exhibitions, significant collections of historic and contemporary art, and exciting educational programs that support the university.
The Bloom Foundation is dedicated to addressing the issues in and surrounding Maternal Mental Health is through the power of creative collaboration. We do this by building partnerships with non-profits, research organizations, community building groups, educational institutions, and others passionate about Maternal Mental Health; to find solutions that make a difference and last.
Wiggly Tails Dog Rescue is a foster-based small-breed rescue that serves Eugene and the surrounding areas. Please take the time on our website to learn more about us and to see some of the dogs that we currently have available below.
We are volunteer-driven and welcome the help from our community to ensure that these little dogs find their forever homes. We are always seeking new volunteers, including Foster Providers. If you can’t volunteer, please consider donating or even helping with something on our wish list!
1.5 billion people suffer from soil transmitted diseases worldwide
Without shoes, children are especially vulnerable to soil-transmitted diseases and parasites that can cause illness and even death.
Children who get sick miss school, can’t help their families, and suffer needlessly. And since children’s feet grow so quickly, they often outgrow donated shoes within a year, leaving them once again exposed to illness and disease.
The Shoe That Grows can change all that.