In honor of Giving Tuesday
  1. The Trevor Project
    A national 24-hour, toll free, confidential suicide hotline for gay and questioning youth. Website:
  2. God's Love We Deliver
    A non-profit that delivers meals to home-bound people living with AIDS. They now cook and deliver 5,500 meals each weekday across the NYC area. Website:
  3. Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS
    The theater community's response to the AIDS crisis. Website:
  4. Susan G. Komen
    Devoted to saving lives affected by breast cancer through education, research, advocacy, health services, and more. Website:
  5. Food on Foot
    A non-profit that has been clothing and feeding the homeless and poor each week in Hollywood since 1996. Website:
  6. Harlem School for the Arts
    Works to enrich the lives of children through exposure to and instruction in music, theatre, visual arts, and dance. Website:
  7. (RED)
    Dedicated to the goal of an AIDS-free generation through awareness and advocacy. Website:
  8. Planned Parenthood
    Planned Parenthood is a non-profit health care provider dedicated to offering affordable and informed health care options to women, men, and young people. Website:
  9. Waterkeeper Alliance
    Committed to clean water worldwide through advocacy. Website:
  10. Central Park Conservancy
    A private non-profit that manages Central Park for the city of New York. Website: