Charitable Organization News
Charitable Organizations news continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
Trending on the Topix Network
Human Rights Watch says Por Cha Lee Rakcharoen, known as "Billy," has been missing since he was detained last week in Petchaburi province's Kaengkrachan National Park.
Addison, a black and white pit bull, sleeps each night on her owners' bed, snuggling into the curves of their legs.
The study, released this week by the Pew Charitable Trusts, found their rates are so high mainly because they're among only seven states that impose no legal limits on them.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving is objecting to an abstinence-based proposal that would let judges order twice-daily breath tests instead of ignition interlock devices for repeat DUI offenders.
Saudi authorities have repeatedly harassed Abu al-Khair for his human rights work, and now they've suddenly jailed him without letting him notify his family.
KC Theisen is director of pet care issues for The Humane Society of the United States.
Data collected from 2007 to 2011 on the boreal chickadee, olive-sided flycatcher and rusty blackbird "showed high extinction probabilities in Adirondack wetlands," according to a Wildlife Conservation Society researcher's findings, recently published in the journal Northeastern Naturalist.
The Idaho Mountain Express reports that the $1 million project to restore Kilpatrick Pond to more natural conditions is done except for replanting that's set for the next two growing seasons.
At 11:01 Friday morning, crews from the Pennsylvania Game Commission, Bureau of Forestry and The Nature Conservancy started a small fire at State Gamelands 227 in Rush Township.
Nintendo of America announced today that it will join with the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America's national parks, to bring fun, active-play video games to the White House Easter Egg Roll.
In a loss for environmental groups, a U.S. appeals court on Friday upheld new air pollution emissions standards for cement plants that the industry supports.
Patrolman James "Scott" Peterson is being recognized by the New Jersey Chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving for his enforcement efforts.
Body shape -- whether a woman is wide at the waistline -- is not in itself a risk factor for breast cancer, according to a large new study.
"Really, in this watershed, the taxpayers are the ones who pay," Carr said Tuesday as she looked at snags still standing in the Mokelumne River Canyon almost a decade after the 2004 Power Fire charred more than 13,000 acres.
Tennessee arts organizations are receiving more than $995,000 in the National Endowment for the Arts' latest round of giving.
A man who was found dead under a West Knoxville porch on Wednesday may have died from a medical condition.