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This group is a place for the AmeriCorps VISTA Community to come together IRL (in real life) to engage in conversation, share best practices, share stories of service, ask questions, work together and help each other find answers. AmeriCorps VISTA is

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Let's create a group of individuals passionate about development work in Africa. This is for individuals - not charities or NGOs per se - just people who have, are or would like to work to help the development of Africa. C4A is a networking organizat

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The Workshop on Poverty, Inequality, and Education (edpov.stanford.edu) is a new initiative of the Stanford Graduate School of Education, coordinated by Stanford Professors Jelena Obradovic, Prudence Carter, Rachel Lotan, and Sean Reardon. Throughout­

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The DC Microfinance Meetup brings together a community of professionals, students, and people passionate about grassroots Economic Development as a pathway to poverty alleviation. Regular group meetups will provide an opportunity to learn about new i

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Renewable Energy Enterprises Foundation (REEF) of Oakland was formed to help alleviate poverty through the use of renewable energy technologies in developing countries. The purpose of the group share/teach and impart how REEF uses renewable energy te

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RESULTS is a network full of people who want to do something to help eradicate extreme poverty. We believe that every individual has the power to help create a world without poverty by educating and influencing decision-makers to support initiative­

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Poverty fighters
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At this time, we've merged with the Society and Social Evolution Meetup group, which is about any aspect of society and social development, including any aspect of social progress, including ethical development, artistic development, technological de

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Freedom Advocates
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Who Is TCAD Seattle?  On May 23, Muhammad Yunus spoke at Seattle Town Hall and showed a trailer for a inspirational documentary he's in, called "To Catch A Dollar," due out in September. Several attendees talked with Yunus, Gayle Ferraro, the film ma

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Its a team of NGOS working for upliftment of People from Thane District. It works with the vision to make Thane District a prosperous, truly developed, strong, powerful in all respect by the year 2020.

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This group connects AmeriCorps volunteers and alums as well as people who are passionate about service. Welcome to all those looking for networking opportunitites, meeting new friends and having fun!

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March 31, 2014

Want to meet unreasonable people of Hyderabad who are changing the world for good? Are you a change maker adapting institutional approaches to solving social problems? Are you passionate about meeting people who are such change-makers or do you work

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Change Makers
March 31, 2014
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Metro Manila peeps interested in Human-Centered Design for Social Innovation. This is primarily for the group taking the IDEO/Acumen course. For now. After we have learned, everyone's welcome. We'd like to spread the info we learned and practice toge

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Manila Social Innovators
February 18, 2014

This is a group for Public Allies Alumni, Allies, Partner Organizations and Community Members to create and share activities going on around Greater Cincinnati. We hope this serves as a place to promote presentations in the area, connect alumni for s

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January 16, 2014

Let's test the theory that 50 united people can make a difference in public policy!  I wish to found a new local Ralph Nader style citizens' advocacy group in Montgomery County with the purpose of keeping Congress accountable to the American people,

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January 10, 2014

This group connects AmeriCorps volunteers and alums as well as people who are passionate about service. Welcome to all those looking for networking opportunitites, meeting new friends and having fun!

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November 3, 2013

The DC Microfinance Meetup brings together a community of professionals, students, and people passionate about grassroots Economic Development as a pathway to poverty alleviation. Regular group meetups will provide an opportunity to learn about new i

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November 1, 2013

Dining for Women is a giving circle. We meet monthly for a yummy potluck dinner and learn about a project helping Women escape poverty. We then collect donations to send to that project. We are open to new members and are a varied group of all ages,

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October 7, 2013

The Workshop on Poverty, Inequality, and Education (edpov.stanford.edu) is a new initiative of the Stanford Graduate School of Education, coordinated by Stanford Professors Jelena Obradovic, Prudence Carter, Rachel Lotan, and Sean Reardon. Throughout­

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October 3, 2013

An introduction: Goodwill Social Work Centre is an Indian Non-governmental organisation registered as a Society/Charity under the Tamilnadu Societies Registration Act 27 of 1975, Government of Tamilnadu {India} and Foreign Contribution (Regulations)­

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September 8, 2013

To reach out those who are real need all around the world. Especially kids & Seniors. Living in extreme poverty, their life is all about misery, atrocity, suffering, and these people don't have access to basic necessity of their life. My goal is to h

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