Non Profit Organizations
BREW is dedicated to rescuing and re-homing beagles. The main focus is beagles in shelters that are faced with imminent euthanasia. BREW works with shelters and animal control facilities throughout the Mid-Atlantic area. We adopt beagles to local families and have also placed beagles in homes in VA, MD, WV, DC, PA, DE, NY, NJ, and MA to name a few.
Meet the Beagles
BREW’s adoption events are open to the public. Please come on by if you are interested in meeting our beagles. We will post the dogs who will be attending about a week before the event. Once you are approved you can adopt from an adoption event or your adoption coordinator can put you in touch with the foster family so you can learn more about the dog(s) that have caught your eye. You and the foster family can arrange for a time to meet the dog. If it’s a match, you can take the dog home that same day!
Our organization has been in existence since 1991 and is recognized as one of the most respected, organized, and active groups in Southern California. Each year we rescue many Pugs, and the number is increasing; in 2010 we rescued over 210 pugs! Most of us work a full-time job and volunteer for PRSDC. This work demands the time, effort, and love of dozens of volunteers to serve in many capacities.
Pug Rescue’s Board of Directors meet several times each year to discuss issues of concern and to plan our various events throughout the year. The general membership meets yearly to be informed by the Board of ongoing issues, general member concerns, and to help organize events. We usually hold six major events throughout the year.
Visit Pug Rescue of San Diegos’ web site for more details on the organization. Become a member, foster a pug, become a volunteer and more.
In 2012 Camp Wabenaki was established and in 2013 we received our 501 (c) 3 status as a non for profit organization with the purpose of providing youth a full range of recreational, multi-cultural and educational activities.
Our core mission is to promote the physical, educational, and life skills necessary to prepare and empower children for the leadership roles in their communities and success in their personal lives. Our motto is “Because we have known the torment of thirst we are digging a well for others to drink”
Camp Wabenaki has a long and rich history dating back since 1956 when it was sponsored by the Boys Brotherhood Republic of New York City. In 1959 Camp Wabenaki was relocated to Lake Stahahe S-3 in Harriman State Park. Ralph and Rose Hittman managed the operations of the camp for 43 years until they retired in 1998.
The Boys Brotherhood Republic and Henry Street Settlement merged and managed the operations of Camp Wabenaki until 2008. The American Camping Association (ACA) awarded Ralph Hittman the “Legends in Camping” award in 2006. After 4 years of being dormant Dr. Stephan Hittmann (son of Ralph and Rose Hittman) founded the “new” Camp Wabenaki in 2012 at a new site (S-11) on Lake Stahahe as a non-profit organization to build upon the traditions of Camp Wabenaki and the legacy of his parents.
Visit the web site for more information, and how to make a contribution.
The organization is a non-profit Nevada corporation created as an advocacy for the wrongfully accused.
WHAT IS JUSTICE ON TRIAL:
Formed in May of 2002, Justice On Trial is a non-profit corporation, headquartered in Nevada. We operate the website, JusticeOnTrial.org primarily for, but not limited to, the purpose of helping those wrongfully charged with or convicted for crimes in the U.S.
JUSTICE ON TRIAL GOALS:
Here are some things that Justice On Trial hopes to assist in accomplishing:
Assist in avoiding conviction of those wrongly charged.
Investigate and help overturn cases of the wrongly convicted.
Offer suggestions and lobby for legislation to make positive changes in the system
Review cases for prosecutorial and/or law enforcement improprieties ·
Assist in the defense of those wrongly accused/imprisoned ·
Publicize such cases nationally and in the areas where they occurred.
Collect leads/clues on selected cases and investigate where applicable.
Reduce the number of innocent people in or going to prison.
Reduce crime by public education about crime and the justice system.
Lobby for reason and national equity in sentencing.
Help create more humane conditions & rehabilitation for all prisoners.
Visit their web site for more details, information, how to mak a contribution and more
Covered California Treatment is a nonprofit service organization dedicated to helping place people suffering from addiction into the best treatment setting for their specific recovery needs. At Covered California Treatment, we provide appropriate rehab treatment placement in California-based treatment centers for both Californians and non-Californians alike.
The journey to recovery starts right here, right now. And your recovery will only be as successful as the team of professionals that surround you. Caring and compassionate, yet highly skilled, the staff at Covered California Treatment centers understand the many layers and complexity of treating addiction.
Visit our web site for a listing of California Substance Abuse Treatment Programs and Call us to help you find the program options to fit your needs.