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32 Service Organizations You Should Know

The Bipartisan Policy Center’s (BPC) Commission on Political Reform is studying the critical role public service plays in our political process and evaluating the ways in which Americans serve their country. Below is a list of a few of our favorite service organizations and information on how you can stay connected with them.


The Lions Club

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The Peace Corps

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Facebook / Twitter / Flickr



Kiwanis

 

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Facebook / Twitter / Flickr



Make-A-Wish

 

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Facebook / Twitter



Ronald McDonald House

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Facebook / Twitter / Flickr



City Year

 

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Facebook / Twitter / Flickr



The Conservation Fund

 

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Facebook / Twitter / Flicker



Greenpeace

 

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Facebook / Twitter / Flickr



March of Dimes

 

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Facebook / Twitter



Habitat for Humanity

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Facebook / Twitter



American Red Cross

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Facebook / Twitter / Flickr



United Way

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Facebook / Twitter



Relay for Life

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Facebook / Twitter



Americorps

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Facebook / Twitter



Global Citizen

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Facebook / Twitter



Liberty USO

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Facebook / Twitter / Flickr



Big Brothers Big Sisters

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Facebook / Twitter



So Others Might Eat

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Facebook / Twitter / Flickr



Hands On DC

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BPC takes part in the Hands on DC volunteer day last May to give the hallways of Ludlow-Taylor Elementary School a fresh coat of paint



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On July 23 in Philadelphia, BPC and USA Today are hosting a National Conversation on Public Service. Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell will be joined by Commission on Political Reform Co-Chairs Olympia Snowe, Trent Lott, Dan Glickman, Dirk Kempthorne and several commission members to talk about public service. The event will be the second in a series of interactive town hall meetings across the country examining our political system. You can learn more about the event and register to attend here.

BPC would also like to highlight several organizations helping to make Philadelphia a better place.


Play On Philly

 

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Variety Children’s Charity

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Facebook / Twitter



Project HOME

 

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Facebook / Twitter



Career Wardrobe

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Facebook / Twitter



Women Against Abuse

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Facebook / Twitter / Flickr



Women’s Way

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Facebook / Twitter



The Food Trust

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Facebook / Twitter / Instagram



MANNA

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Facebook / Twitter / Flickr



Philabundance

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Facebook / Twitter



Children’s Literacy Initiative

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Philadelphia Veterans Multi-service and Education Center

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As a bonus, here are two great service organizations affiliated with our Commission on Political Reform Commissioners.


Got Your 6

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Commission on Political Reform Commissioner Chris Marvin is the Managing Director of Got Your 6.



Girls on the Run

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Girls on the Run was founded by Commission on Political Reform Commissioner Molly Barker.

What does public service mean to you, and how are you serving your community? As part of an effort to encourage young Americans to engage in public service, BPC’s Commission on Political Reform is currently holding a photo contest we’re calling ?Snaps of Service.’ Send us a photo of you or others giving back and you could win a trip to our National Conversation on Public Service event in Philadelphia for a reception with Commission members and a $500 donation in your name to one of the charities above. Learn more about the contest, including how to enter, here.

2013-06-14 00:00:00

 

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