10 Ways To Give Back This Holiday Season

‘Tis the season for giving! Getting gifts is pretty sweet, but giving them is even sweeter. Check out these 10 nonprofit organizations supported by the GUESS Foundation, and click the links to learn more about helping out in your community.

1. Project Angel Food

This nonprofit agency’s mission is to emotionally and physically feed the spirits of women, men, and children that have been affected with HIV/AIDS, cancer, and other life-threatening illnesses. You can learn more about their cause here.

2. Alliance for Children’s Rights

This nonprofit maintains a mission to protect the rights of abused and impoverished youth so they can have a safe home, health care, and education. You can learn more about the cause here.

3. American Heart Association

This nonprofit organization fosters cardiac care to reduce deaths and disabilities caused by cardiovascular disease and stroke. Learn more about it here.

4. DKMS Americas

Delete Blood Cancer DKMS is a nonprofit organization that registers potential blood donors to help patients fighting blood cancer and other diseases. Learn more about the cause here.

5. The Humane Society of the United States

The Humane Society is the largest nonprofit organization in the world that advocates for animal rights. Find more information on how to help here.

6. City of Hope

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This nonprofit, California-based medical center is leading the cause in cancer and diabetes research. For more information check out their website.

7. Autism Speaks

Autism Speaks is an advocacy organization that sponsors research and creates awareness and outreach aimed at families, governments, and the public. Click here for more information.

8. Make-A-Wish Foundation

This nonprofit grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions. Read more about it here.

9. Dress for Success Worldwide

This organization helps improve women’s lives by giving them professional clothing, career tools, and support. Read more about the cause here.

10. Conservation International

This environmental organization protects nature and its biodiversity for the benefit of humanity. For more information on the cause, visit their website.

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