[{"id":529,"name":"ProPublica","missionStatement":"Our mission is to expose abuses of power and betrayals of the public trust by government, business, and other institutions, using the moral force of investigative journalism to spur reform through the sustained spotlighting of wrongdoing.","fullDescription":"ProPublica is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest. Our work focuses exclusively on truly important stories, stories with \u201cmoral force.\u201d We do this by producing journalism that shines a light on exploitation of the weak by the strong and on the failures of those with power to vindicate the trust placed in them. \r\n\r\nProPublica was founded by Paul Steiger, the former managing editor of The Wall Street Journal. It is now led by Stephen Engelberg, a former managing editor of The Oregonian and former investigative editor of The New York Times, and Richard Tofel, the former assistant publisher of The Wall Street Journal.\r\n\r\nProPublica is headquartered in Manhattan. Its establishment was announced in October 2007. Operations commenced in January 2008, and publishing began in June 2008.","shortDescription":"ProPublica is an independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest.","slug":"propublica","totalViews":435188,"totalPromotions":319,"totalDonations":56},{"id":231,"name":"Turner Syndrome Society","missionStatement":"The Turner Syndrome Society U.S. is the national organization to create awareness, promote research, and provide support to all those touched by Turner syndrome.","fullDescription":"The Turner Syndrome Society of the United States (TSSUS) creates awareness, promotes research, and provides support for all persons touched by Turner syndrome (TS). \r\n\r\nTurner syndrome is a non-inherited chromosomal condition that describes \u00bd,500 girls and women with common features and physical traits. Our goals include decreasing the age of diagnosis from pre-teen years to early elementary and to \u201cCrush ignorance of TS.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe Society creates, coordinates, and provides health-related resources to patients, families, and physicians for the diagnosis and treatment of Turner syndrome. We offer most services at no cost to thousands of people annually. Additionally, we provide opportunities for people to exchange information on topics related to living with TS through monthly topic calls and peer-expert volunteers. TSSUS chapters and support groups throughout the country hold local events and over 500 individuals with TS and their family members annually attend the TSSUS conference.","slug":"turner-syndrome-society","totalViews":287141,"totalPromotions":516,"totalDonations":863},{"id":819,"name":"Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center","missionStatement":"The Mary S. Roberts Society Pet Adoption Center strives to eliminate the suffering of homeless cats and dogs by providing humane care for pets in transition, facilitation adoptions to good homes, supporting pet over population education, and supporting sterilization of companion animals.","slug":"mary-s-roberts-pet-adoption-center","totalViews":223284,"totalPromotions":317,"totalDonations":15},{"id":205,"name":"Search Homeless","missionStatement":"SEARCH pursues a mission of providing hope, creating opportunity, and transforming lives.","fullDescription":"SEARCH Homeless Services was founded in 1989 by a group of concerned citizens and volunteers who responded to the growing number of men, women, and children living on the streets of Houston. The original program offered meals, showers, laundry services, and mail pick-up. Today, SEARCH is one of the leading institutions in greater Houston helping people move from the streets into jobs and safe, stable housing. In Fiscal Year 2013, SEARCH served 8,039 men, women, and children in our community. Many of our clients require long-term support and a combination of housing, case management, mental and physical health care, all of which they can access through SEARCH and its partner agencies. Taking a client-centered approach, SEARCH professionals \"meet people where they are.\" Case managers are taught and implement evidence-based practices depending on the individual program and client needs. Non-confrontational counseling approaches demonstrate respect for the individual and attempt to increase awareness of behavior by helping clients think differently about their actions and consider what can be gained through change.","slug":"search-homeless","totalViews":170049,"totalPromotions":676,"totalDonations":25},{"id":96,"name":"Girls Education and Mentoring Services","missionStatement":"Girls Educational and Mentoring Services' (GEMS) mission is to empower girls and young women, ages 12-24, who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking to exit the commercial sex industry and develop to their full potential. GEMS is committed to ending commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking of children by changing individual lives, transforming public perception, and revolutionizing the systems and policies that impact sexually exploited youth.","slug":"girls-education-and-mentoring-services","totalViews":153853,"totalPromotions":558,"totalDonations":780},{"id":829,"name":"The Anti-Cruelty Society","missionStatement":"Our mission is to build a community of caring by helping pets and educating people.","fullDescription":"We accomplish our mission through programs and services that include adoptions, low- or no-cost spay\/neuter surgeries, charity veterinary clinic, cruelty investigations and rescue, humane education, dog training classes, a free behavior hotline, short-term accommodations for emergencies (S.A.F.E.) for victims of domestic violence, medical, fires, floods, home foreclosures, The Bruckner Rehabilitation & Treatment Center, and Virginia Butts Berger Cat Clinic.","slug":"the-anti-cruelty-society","totalViews":126676,"totalPromotions":399,"totalDonations":415},{"id":263,"name":"AIDS Research Alliance","missionStatement":"AIDS Research Alliance exists to develop a cure for HIV\/AIDS, medical modalities to prevent new infections, and better treatments for those living with HIV.","slug":"aids-research-alliance","totalViews":122221,"totalPromotions":330,"totalDonations":146},{"id":334,"name":"Comp-U-Dopt","missionStatement":"Comp-U-Dopt, Inc. was conceived as a way to narrow the digital divide and to reduce e-Waste.","fullDescription":"With technology rapidly changing and advancing, a digital divide grows between individuals with understanding and access to technology and individuals without. At the same time, the obsolescence of personal computers has fallen to just two years. Nearly 75% of computers collect in homes are stockpiled in warehouses or end up in landfills. Comp-U-Dopt, Inc. strives to address both of these issues through computer refurbishing and the computer \"adoption\" program. Donated, refurbished computers are given, after a two-hour training session, to children in grades 3-8 for use in their homes. These computers not only help children develop increasingly necessary technology skills, they also benefit society and the environment by providing another generation of use for serviceable computers.","slug":"comp-u-dopt","totalViews":111691,"totalPromotions":334,"totalDonations":160},{"id":524,"name":"Prison Entrepreneurship Program","missionStatement":"Our mission is to transform inmates and executives by unlocking human potential through entrepreneurial passion, education, and mentoring.","slug":"prison-entrepreneurship-program","totalViews":92389,"totalPromotions":707,"totalDonations":1380},{"id":485,"name":"National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty","missionStatement":"We work for positive, constructive solutions to help stabilize the lives of homeless people and provide them an opportunity to become productive citizens. Our work addresses the underlying causes of homelessness: the lack of housing, income, social services, and civil rights. We take a leadership role ensuring implementation of homeless assistance and rights programs while advancing solutions to homelessness, providing a voice to the over three million Americans who are homeless each year.","slug":"national-law-center-on-homelessness-poverty","totalViews":90478,"totalPromotions":308,"totalDonations":100},{"id":373,"name":"Fedcap","missionStatement":"Fedcap's mission is to create opportunities for people with barriers to move toward economic independence as valued and contributing members of society.","fullDescription":"Founded in 1935, Fedcap is a national leader in providing comprehensive, vocational services and employment for people with disabilities and other barriers to employment. Through training, job placement, and socially responsible outsourcing services to business and government, Fedcap has helped thousands of people transform their lives and successfully enter the workforce.","shortDescription":"Fedcap helps America work.","slug":"fedcap","totalViews":82904,"totalPromotions":52,"totalDonations":65},{"id":177,"name":"Nutrition Science Initiative","missionStatement":"Our mission is to reduce the economic and social burden of obesity and obesity-related, chronic disease by improving the quality of science in nutrition and obesity research.","fullDescription":"Current dietary guidelines and food-based policies are based on beliefs and preconceptions, not on rigorous, scientific evidence. This shortcoming may be one primary factor driving the recent epidemics of obesity and diabetes, and it may be causally related to the diseases associated with these conditions, including heart disease, cancer, and Alzheimer\u2019s disease. In addition to the millions of lives lost prematurely, these diseases place an enormous economic burden our society. Beyond the economic burden of chronic illness and the premature loss of life, the social costs of obesity and associated chronic diseases are unacceptable. \r\n\r\nThe solution to this problem is achievable: the introduction of rigorous, scientific evidence as the foundation of dietary guidelines and food-based policies that can unequivocally prevent these diseases and reduce their associated morbidity and mortality.","slug":"nutrition-science-initiative","totalViews":71598,"totalPromotions":56,"totalDonations":175},{"id":573,"name":"The Books for Kids Foundation","missionStatement":"The mission of Books for Kids Foundation is to promote literacy among all children with a special emphasis on low-income and at-risk, preschool-aged children. We create libraries, donate books, and implement early-childhood literacy programs to develop the critical foundation and skills which young children need to be successful in life.","slug":"the-books-for-kids-foundation","totalViews":69478,"totalPromotions":93,"totalDonations":345},{"id":390,"name":"Full Frame Initiative","missionStatement":"The mission of the Full Frame Initiative (FFI) is to change systems so that people and communities experiencing poverty, violence, and trauma have the tools, support, and resources they need to thrive.","slug":"full-frame-initiative","totalViews":67599,"totalPromotions":9,"totalDonations":25},{"id":459,"name":"Lucy Burns Institute","missionStatement":"The mission of the Lucy Burns Institute is to empower our audience to engage in the experience of our democracy through delivery of the highest quality information.","slug":"lucy-burns-institute","totalViews":60631,"totalPromotions":75,"totalDonations":715},{"id":33,"name":"Campus Crusade for Christ","missionStatement":"Taking the message of Jesus Christ to the world.","fullDescription":"Campus Crusade for Christ\/Cru is an inter-denominational missions agency sharing the good news of Jesus Christ in almost 200 nations. With 25,000 staff and full-time volunteers, our primary outreaches are with students, community leaders, families, and athletes. From the proclamation of the gospel to serving the needs of the city to sending tens of thousands of motivated and trained Christians around the world every year, Campus Crusade is committed to winning people to Jesus, building them in their faith, and sending them to represent Jesus to the places He calls them.","slug":"campus-crusade-christ","totalViews":59569,"totalPromotions":66,"totalDonations":724},{"id":161,"name":"National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)","missionStatement":"NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures, and access to quality care.","fullDescription":"NEDA is the leading national organization to campaign for education and prevention, improved access to quality treatment, and increased research funding to better understand and treat eating disorders. Its many programs are designed to assist individuals and families, which include the National Helpline, Annual Conference, NEDA Navigators, Parent Family and Friend Network, NEDAwareness Week, Loss Support Network, Media Watchdogs, Solutions Through Advocacy and Reform (STAR) program, Proud2Bme teen website, and Educational Resources.","slug":"national-eating-disorders-association-neda","totalViews":53994,"totalPromotions":66,"totalDonations":0},{"id":743,"name":"National Patient Safety Foundation","missionStatement":"Our mission is to stimulate the development of new knowledge on health care safety issues, broadly disseminate such knowledge, and work constructively with patient representatives and all other stakeholders to implement initiatives to improve the safety of patients.","slug":"National-Patient-Safety-Foundation","totalViews":49717,"totalPromotions":39,"totalDonations":25},{"id":806,"name":"Sj\u00f6gren's Syndrome Foundation","missionStatement":"The SSF mission is to educate patients and their families about Sj\u00f6gren's syndrome, increase public and healthcare provider awareness, and encourage research to find better treatments and a cure.","slug":"sj\u00f6gren-s-syndrome-foundation","totalViews":46455,"totalPromotions":105,"totalDonations":315},{"id":311,"name":"Center for Economic and Policy Research","missionStatement":"The Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR) was established in 1999 to promote democratic debate on the most important economic and social issues that affect people's lives. In order for citizens to effectively exercise their voices in a democracy, they should be informed about the problems and choices that they face. CEPR is committed to presenting issues in an accurate and understandable manner, so that the public is better prepared to choose among the various policy options.","fullDescription":"CEPR functions as an economic \"truth squad\" and a media watchdog, conducting professional research and analysis as well as public and media education. The professional research is oriented toward filling important gaps in the understanding of particular economic and social problems or the impact of specific policies. The public education portion of CEPR's mission is to present the findings of professional research, both by CEPR and others, in a manner that allows broad segments of the public to know exactly what is at stake in major policy debates. An informed public should be able to choose policies that lead to an improving quality of life, both for people within the United States and around the world. The goal of CEPR is ensure that the citizenry has the information and analysis that allows it to act effectively in the public interest.","shortDescription":"CEPR was co-founded by economists Dean Baker and Mark Weisbrot. Our Advisory Board of Economists includes Nobel Laureate economists Robert Solow and Joseph Stiglitz; and Richard Freeman, Professor of Economics at Harvard University.","slug":"center-for-economic-and-policy-research","totalViews":46221,"totalPromotions":8,"totalDonations":5},{"id":328,"name":"Chinquapin Preparatory School","missionStatement":"Our mission is to provide a high-quality, college-preparatory education with an emphasis on community service.","fullDescription":"Founded in 1969 by Bob and Maxine Moore, with a grant from the Brown Foundation, Chinquapin Preparatory School serves students from impoverished backgrounds who are bright and motivated. Approximately 150 students attend grades 6-12 each year. Perhaps the most telling statistic is that 85% of our alumni go on to graduate from college. The national average for students from poverty is 10%. KIPP and YES both hover around 43%.\r\n\r\nLast year, our class of 18 seniors went on to schools such as Harvard, Rice, MIT, Smith, and Bryn Mawr. They received over half a million dollars in aid for their first year of undergraduate work.\r\n\r\nChinquapin boys in grades 7-12 board Monday through Friday. The girls and 6th grade boys are bussed in every day. The school plans to build a girls dormitory in the next few years.\r\n \r\nChinquapin is privately funded except for the federal dollars we receive for the school lunch program. We rely upon grants and individual donations to give our students the preparation they need to be successful in college and in life.","shortDescription":"Chinquapin serves bright and motivated students from impoverished backgrounds, preparing them for success in college and beyond.","slug":"chinquapin-preparatory-school","totalViews":44291,"totalPromotions":89,"totalDonations":410},{"id":732,"name":"Asian American LEAD (AALEAD)","missionStatement":"Asian American LEAD's mission is to promote the well-being of low-income and underserved Asian American youth through education, leadership, and community building. Our highly dedicated staff deliver specialized after-school programs, one-on-one mentoring, academic support services and life skill development for students. They also provide important information and resources to parents regarding their youth. AALEAD's goal is to provide a nurturing environment and culturally sensitive guidance so that each child will be a contributing member of his or her community.","slug":"Asian-American-LEAD","totalViews":41862,"totalPromotions":60,"totalDonations":300},{"id":778,"name":"Food & Water Watch","missionStatement":"Food & Water Watch works to ensure the food, water, and fish we consume is safe, accessible, and sustainably produced. So we can all enjoy and trust in what we eat and drink, we help people take charge of where their food comes from, keep clean, affordable, public tap water flowing freely to our homes, protect the environmental quality of oceans, force government to do its job protecting citizens, and educate about the importance of keeping the global commons \u2014 our shared resources \u2014 under public control.","slug":"food-water-watch","totalViews":40861,"totalPromotions":9,"totalDonations":5},{"id":292,"name":"Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston","missionStatement":"The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston is to inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.","fullDescription":"For six decades, Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston has remained in the forefront of youth development by empowering thousands of low-income youth, ages 6-17, in ways that help them enhance their academic success, maintain healthy lifestyles, and model good character and leadership. BGCGH exists to ensure that all youth have the same access to quality programs and serves that offer hope and opportunity for their future. \r\n\r\nServing nearly 10,000 youth each year, BGCGH is one of the largest daily services providers to at-risk children in the Greater Houston area. We operate 10 Clubs in four counties - Harris, Fort Bend, Galveston, and Waller - that provide youth a safe place to go after school and in the summer. Since its inception, BGCGH has provided a safe place for children to learn and grow. Our core programs identify, address, and remove the barriers that would otherwise prevent our young members from achieving successful, productive transitions from childhood to adolescence and finally adulthood. All 10 Clubs offer programs that promote academic success, healthy lifestyles, and good character and citizenship.","shortDescription":"BGCGH operates 10 Clubs in a four-county area of greater Houston and serves nearly 10,000 youth each year. Clubs are open every day after school until 8:00 p.m. and all day during the summer months. Clubs provide programming that focus on three priority outcomes areas \u2013 Academic Success, Healthy Lifestyles, and Good Character and Leadership.","slug":"boys-girls-clubs-of-greater-houston","totalViews":40504,"totalPromotions":0,"totalDonations":0},{"id":619,"name":"Wildlife Center of Virginia","missionStatement":"The Wildlife Center of Virginia, a hospital for native wildlife, is teaching the world to care about and to care for wildlife and the environment.","slug":"wildlife-center-of-virginia","totalViews":38599,"totalPromotions":886,"totalDonations":1925},{"id":788,"name":"Marine Conservation Institute","missionStatement":"Marine Conservation Institute is a leader in the global movement to protect and recover the integrity of vast ocean areas. We use the latest science to identify important marine ecosystems around the world, and we then advocate for their protection, for us and future generations.","slug":"marine-conservation-institute","totalViews":35598,"totalPromotions":0,"totalDonations":0},{"id":544,"name":"Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy","missionStatement":"The Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy is a private, nonprofit corporation dedicated to raising broad-based support to ensure standards of excellence in the design, sustainability, and use of the Rose Kennedy Greenway. To secure the Greenway's future as one of America's foremost urban parks, the Conservancy advocates for standards of consistency and excellence in design; manages its operations, working collaboratively to create, finance, promote, and coordinate public programs and events; and raises adequate and stable funding to support the long-term sustainability of its public uses.","slug":"rose-fitzgerald-kennedy-greenway-conservancy","totalViews":35528,"totalPromotions":1,"totalDonations":5},{"id":525,"name":"Project on Government Oversight","missionStatement":"Founded in 1981, the Project On Government Oversight is a nonpartisan, independent watchdog that champions good government reforms. POGO's investigations into corruption, misconduct, and conflicts of interest achieve a more effective, accountable, open, and ethical federal government.","slug":"project-on-government-oversight","totalViews":35478,"totalPromotions":64,"totalDonations":210},{"id":740,"name":"Camp Quality USA Inc.","missionStatement":"Camp Quality serves children with cancer and their families by providing year-round programs, experiences, and companionship - at no cost. Camp Quality promotes hope and inspiration while helping children foster life skills and develop their full potential.","slug":"Camp-Quality-USA","totalViews":35453,"totalPromotions":13,"totalDonations":130},{"id":733,"name":"Atlas Corps","missionStatement":"The mission of Atlas Corps is address critical social issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation in the nonprofit sector through an overseas fellowship for skilled professionals.","slug":"Atlas-Corps","totalViews":35445,"totalPromotions":101,"totalDonations":325},{"id":404,"name":"GreatSchools","missionStatement":"GreatSchools is the leading national nonprofit empowering parents to unlock educational opportunities for their child.","fullDescription":"GreatSchools is the leading national nonprofit empowering parents to unlock educational opportunities for their child.\r\n\r\nGreatSchools\u2019 trusted ratings and school quality information help parents find the right school for their family and take action to improve schools in their communities. The thousands of articles, tips and interactive tools help parents support their child\u2019s learning and well-being every day.\r\n\r\nFamilies, community leaders and policy-makers turn to GreatSchools for the school information they need to guide children to great futures.","shortDescription":"Leading national nonprofit empowering parents to unlock educational opportunities for their child","slug":"greatschools","totalViews":34228,"totalPromotions":28,"totalDonations":105},{"id":499,"name":"Operation ASHA","missionStatement":"Our mission is to eradicate TB from India and to provide health care and supportive services to the most disadvantaged.","slug":"operation-asha","totalViews":33737,"totalPromotions":1274,"totalDonations":3055},{"id":341,"name":"Death Penalty Information Center","missionStatement":"The Death Penalty Information Center is a national, nonprofit organization serving the media and the public with analysis and information on issues concerning capital punishment.","fullDescription":"Founded in 1990, the Center promotes informed discussion of the death penalty by preparing in-depth reports, conducting briefings for journalists, and serving as a resource to those working on this issue. The Center releases an annual report on the death penalty, highlighting significant developments and featuring the latest statistics. The Center also produces groundbreaking reports on various issues related to the death penalty such as arbitrariness, costs, innocence, and race. We offer a wide variety of multimedia resources, such as our free, online educational curricula and our podcast series, DPIC on the Issues.","slug":"death-penalty-information-center","totalViews":33698,"totalPromotions":56,"totalDonations":100},{"id":364,"name":"Envision Education","missionStatement":"At Envision Education, we transform the lives of our students - especially those who will be the first in their families to attend college - by preparing them for success in college and in life.","slug":"envision-education","totalViews":32735,"totalPromotions":24,"totalDonations":80},{"id":610,"name":"Victim Rights Law Center","missionStatement":"The Victim Rights Law Center (VRLC) is the first nonprofit law center in the nation solely dedicated to serving the needs of rape and sexual assault victims. Our mission is to provide legal representation to victims of rape and sexual assault, to help rebuild their lives, and to promote a national movement committed to seeking justice for every rape and sexual assault victim.","fullDescription":"Through an innovative model of community collaboration, we have created a network of allies (medical providers, counselors, lawyers) dedicated to improving legal services for rape victims.\r\n \r\nThe Victim Rights Law Center engages in three primary activities:\r\n \r\n\u2022 Free legal services throughout Massachusetts and in Multnomah and Washington Counties, Oregon\r\n\r\n\u2022 Training for attorneys and advocates nationally\r\n\r\n\u2022 Technical assistance to Office on Violence Against Women Legal Assistance for Victims grantees","shortDescription":"Leading a new response to sexual violence and serving the legal needs of sexual assault victims.","slug":"victim-rights-law-center","totalViews":31482,"totalPromotions":32,"totalDonations":155},{"id":478,"name":"National Center for Youth Law","missionStatement":"The mission of the National Center for Youth Law (NCYL) is to use the law to improve the lives of children in need. 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HIPPY USA supports the development and operation of programs in communities across the United States through ongoing program development and technical assistance informed by research and public policy.","slug":"home-instruction-for-parents-of-preschool-youngsters","totalViews":30376,"totalPromotions":62,"totalDonations":195},{"id":798,"name":"Houston Habitat for Humanity","missionStatement":"Houston Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry, is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing in the city of Houston by helping low-income families earn simple, decent homes in which to live and raise their children.","slug":"houston-habitat-for-humanity","totalViews":29703,"totalPromotions":10,"totalDonations":350},{"id":166,"name":"National Osteoporosis Foundation","missionStatement":"Our mission is to prevent osteoporosis, to promote lifelong bone health, to help improve the lives of those affected by osteoporosis and related fractures, and to find a cure. The Foundation seeks to increase public awareness and knowledge about osteoporosis, provide education and training programs for health professionals, advocate for an expanded federal medical research effort, provide information and services to patients and their families, and provide direct financial support for research.","fullDescription":"The National Osteoporosis Foundation is the leading consumer and community-focused health organization dedicated to the prevention of osteoporosis and broken bones, the promotion of strong bones for life, and the reduction of human suffering through programs of public and clinician awareness, education, advocacy, and research.","slug":"national-osteoporosis-foundation","totalViews":29691,"totalPromotions":22,"totalDonations":0},{"id":240,"name":"VIBHA - Help Them Grow","missionStatement":"Vibha's mission is to educate, empower, and enable every individual who wishes to make a positive difference in the life of the underprivileged child.","fullDescription":"Our vision is to ensure that every underprivileged child attains his or her right to education, health, and opportunity.\r\n\r\nVibha is more than just an organization. It is a grassroots movement that empowers individuals, whether he or she is a volunteer or a donor, to make a positive difference in the life of an underprivileged child and provides them with the possibility of a brighter future.\r\n\r\nVibha\u2019s philosophy is that of a social-venture catalyst. We seed, grow, and scale grassroots ideas that can solve systemic problems related to the underprivileged child through a cure that involves minimal external intervention with large-scale, societal impact. Such solutions are typically hard to find and involve closely working with all players related to the ecosystem of the problem \u2013 the beneficiaries, beneficiary families, village, town and city councils, governmental agencies, and above all, society at large.","slug":"vibha-help-them-grow","totalViews":29587,"totalPromotions":25,"totalDonations":5}]