At Charity Navigator, we know Americans are incredibly generous, especially when a crisis occurs. For example, after the September 11 terrorist attacks Americans donated over $2 billion and when the tsunami crashed ashore in
When natural disasters strike and new societal concerns emerge, Charity Navigator will use this portion of our site to spotlight charities dealing with these issues to help you give generously and with confidence.
On August 24, 2016, a powerful earthquake struck the Italian town of Amatrice. Find out which charities are responding and get tips for giving in times of crisis.
Thirty parishes expect to be declared disaster areas in the wake of the recent flooding in Louisiana. Find out how you can help support charities that are providing assistance to the victims of the historic flooding.
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|Support Women and Girls
A collection of top-rated charities working to promote women's equality and advancement through education, leadership, advocacy, research, and the provision of social services.
|Support Veterans and Active Duty Servicemembers
If you are passionate about helping veterans, injured military personnel and their families, then consult our list of military-related charities before you write a check.
Find out which charities are providing humanitarian aid to the ever-increasing number of Syrians affected by the civil war.
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There are 1,000s of charities competing for donations to continue their efforts to promote awareness and to cure breast cancer. How is a donor supposed to distinguish between them all?
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Find out what Angelina Jolie, Bono, Michael J. Fox, George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton have in common besides being famous.