Cause High-Rated Low-Rated Animal Welfare American Humane(Washington, D.C.) Gentle Giants Draft Horse Rescue (Mount Airy, Md.) PetSmart Charities (Phoenix) Noah’s Lost Ark (Berlin Center, Ohio) Wildlife Conservation Society (Bronx, N.Y.) Redwings Horse Rescue & Sanctuary (Lockwood, Calf.) Blind and Hearing Impaired Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind (Smithtown, N.Y.) Heritage for the Blind(Brooklyn, N.Y.) Hearing Health Foundation (New York City) Macular Degeneration Association(Sarasota, Fla.) Helen Keller International (New York City) National Federation of the Blind(Baltimore) Prevent Blindness(Chicago) Cancer Breast Cancer Research Foundation (New York City) Cancer Survivors’ Fund (Missouri City, Texas) Cancer Research Institute (New York City) Childhood Leukemia Foundation (Brick, N.J.) National Pediatric Cancer Foundation(Tampa, Fla.) Children’s Leukemia Research Association (Garden City, N.Y.) Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance(New York City) United Breast Cancer Foundation (Huntington, N.Y.) Prevent Cancer Foundation(Alexandria, Va.) Walker Cancer Research Institute (Aberdeen, Md.) Child and Family Assistance Hispanic Federation(New York City) Abandoned Children's Fund (Santa Rosa, Calf.) Marine Toys for Tots Foundation(Triangle, Va.) Committee for Missing Children(Lawrenceville, Ga.) Prevent Child Abuse America (Chicago) Find the Children(Santa Monica, Calf.) Ronald McDonald House Charities (Oak Brook, Ill.) Unbound (Kansas City, Kan.) Environment Earthworks (Washington, D.C.) Sierra Club Foundation (Oakland, Calif.) (Kansas City, Mo.) World Resources Institute (Washington, D.C.) Health American Kidney Fund (Rockville, Md.) Defeat Diabetes Foundation (Madeira Beach, Fla.) Children's Health Fund(New York City) Heart Center of America (Knoxville, Tenn.) Lupus Research Alliance (New York City) National Caregiving Foundation (Dunkirk, Md.) Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research (New York City) United Cerebral Palsy (Washington, D.C.) National Hemophilia Foundation (New York City) International Relief and Development Catholic Relief Services (Baltimore) Aid for Starving Children (Windsor, Calif.) International Medical Corps(Los Angeles) Mercy Chefs(Portsmouth, Va.) International Rescue Committee(New York City) Salesian Missions(New Rochelle, N.Y.) Rotary Foundation of Rotary International (Evanston, Ill.) United Methodist Committee on Relief (Atlanta) Mental Health and Disabilities The Arc of the United States (Washington, D.C.) Autism Spectrum Disorder Foundation (Schererville, Ind.) Brain & Behavior Research Foundation (New York City) Mental Health America(Alexandria, Va.) National Alliance on Mental Illness (Arlington, Va.) Police Support Concerns of Police Survivors(Camdenton, Mo.) American Federation of Police & Concerned Citizens (Titusville, Fla.) National Association of Chiefs of Police (Titusville, Fla.) United States Deputy Sheriff's Association (Wichita, Kan.) Veterans Gary Sinise Foundation (Woodland Hills, Calif.) Disabled Veterans National Foundation (Lanham, Md.) Homes for Our Troops (Taunton, Mass.) Help Heal Veterans (Winchester, Calif.) National Military Family Association (Alexandria, Va.) Military Order of the Purple Heart Service Foundation (Annandale, Va.) Operation Homefront (San Antonio) Paralyzed Veterans of America (Washington, D.C.) Wounded Warriors Family Support (Omaha, Neb.) Veterans Support Foundation (Silver Spring, Md.) Youth Development Boys & Girls Clubs of America (Atlanta) California Police Youth Charities (Sacramento, Calif.) Girls Inc. (New York City) Kars4Kids(Lakewood, N.J.) National 4-H Council (Chevy Chase, Md.)
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    Nick Offerman Net Worth and Salary: Nick Offerman is an American actor and producer who has a net worth of $25 million dollars.Nick Offerman Net Worth. more
    Why do Bulldogs choke?
    Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome These dogs are born with a soft palate that obstructs airflow into their lungs. Your bulldog will have difficulty in breathing and will retch or gag especially while swallowing. more
    What is the most common full name in Canada?
    Smith Canada (Canadian) more
    Does pedigree mean purebred?
    Sometimes the word purebred is used synonymously with pedigreed, but purebred refers to the animal having a known ancestry, and pedigree refers to the written record of breeding. Not all purebred animals have their lineage in written form. more
    What does it mean when coyotes are yipping?
    Coyotes are also territorial. The pair howls and yips to let other coyotes know that they have an established territory and not to intrude. more
    What is Yoongi's dog?
    Min Holly Min Holly (민홀리) or Holly (홀리) is a brown "Toy Poodle" dog that belongs to Suga. more
    How long should you hold your bearded dragon?
    You can hold a bearded dragon for as long as it will tolerate being held. Start with 15 minutes once a day and as it gets used to being handled, you can hold it longer. Some dragons enjoy being held several times a day for several hours. When the beardie becomes restless, it is time to put him back. more
    Is the Zeus armor good?
    1 Zeus Armor Set The Zeus Armor Set is, without a doubt, the best armor set in the entire game. It's also the most dangerous and hardest to obtain since you'll need to defeat all the Valkyries in New Game Plus. more
    What does the Ronin charm do?
    This charm has two unique perks, which are: Spirit Bear: a perk that transforms the Ronin's spirit animal from a wolf to a bear. Healing spirit: a perk that surrounds the ronin's spirit animal with a healing incense, which heals all allies in its radius. more
    How much do you get for 1 million views on TikTok?
    TikTok pays content creators $0.02–$0.04 per every 1,000 views. This means you'll get about $15 for 500,000 views and $40-$50 for 1 million views. It sounds insane—we know—especially when compared to YouTube, which pays between $2,000 and $4,000 for a million views. more


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