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Good charities to give to in the wake of Hurricane Harvey

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Islamic Relief USA — 92.92

Islamic Relief USA — 92.92

Islamic Relief USA

Islamic Relief USA aims to alleviate suffering, hunger, illiteracy, and diseases worldwide. Launched in California in 1993, the nonprofit works on a variety of projects, including education and training, water and sanitation, income generation, orphan support, health and nutrition, and emergency relief.

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St. Bernard Project — 93.66

St. Bernard Project — 93.66

St. Bernard Project

Founded in 2006 after Hurricane Katrina, St. Bernard Project works out of a parish near New Orleans. After disasters, the organization rebuilds homes, advocates for recovery strategies, and advises policy makers, homeowners, and business owners about resilience.

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Brother's Brother Foundation — 94.42

Brother's Brother Foundation — 94.42

Brother’s Brother Foundation

Brother’s Brother Foundation, a Pittsburgh-based international charity, has provided over $4 billion of medical supplies, pharmaceuticals, textbooks, food, seeds, and other humanitarian supplies to people around the world in 149 countries since 1958.

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Samaritan's Purse — 96.32

Samaritan's Purse — 96.32

Samaritan's Purse

Samaritan's Purse is a nondenominational, Christian organization that provides spiritual and physical aid to people affected by disaster and poverty around the world. It focuses on helping victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine.

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GlobalGiving — 96.46

GlobalGiving — 96.46

GlobalGiving

Founded in 2003, GlobalGiving is a funding platform that helps people find causes they care about. Users select projects they want to support, make a contribution, and get regular progress updates.

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Convoy of Hope — 96.46

Convoy of Hope — 96.46

Convoy of Hope

Convoy of Hope is a faith-based nonprofit that works to fight hunger around the world. Founded in 1994, the Springfield, Missouri-based charity also responds to disasters.

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Heart to Heart International — 96.46

Heart to Heart International — 96.46

Heart to Heart International

Heart to Heart International is a humanitarian organization that aids millions of people in more than 60 countries, including the US, every year. The Kansas-based nonprofit enlists volunteers and works with local organizations to make a high impact on the communities it serves.

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All Hands Volunteers — 96.66

All Hands Volunteers — 96.66

All Hands Volunteers

All Hands Volunteers works to address the long-term needs of communities affected by disasters. Over the last 12 years, the organization has enlisted over 39,000 volunteers who helped 500,000 people worldwide.

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Americares — 97.23

Americares — 97.23

Americares

Since its founding in 1979, Americares has provided more than $13 billion in aid to 164 countries, including the United States. It is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, and specializes in fighting ongoing health crises.

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Direct Relief — 100

Direct Relief — 100

Direct Relief

Direct Relief is California's largest international humanitarian nonprofit organization. It provides medical assistance to help people affected by poverty and disaster in the US and around the world.

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