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24035
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Muddy Sneakers is a non-profit organization that takes fifth grade students on trips to the mountains as part of their science curriculum. Unifying classroom learning with hands-on experience helps the children grasp concepts more effectively.
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24034
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Rainbow Mountain's Children's School has a 35-year history in West Asheville; the non-profit emphasizes delivering an academically challenging curriculum in a holistic way that integrates spiritual practice, the arts, and service.
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24076
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SouthWings is a non-profit organization that serves eleven southeastern states by monitoring environmental degradation and assists in advocating for conservation. It achieves this by taking people of influence on flights to show them the importance and beauty of protected areas.
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24086
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Dogwood Alliance is a non-profit organization that relies on big corporations to make commitments to protect forest areas in the South. The Alliance uses public pressure to foster corporate policies that favor forest protection.
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24118
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Shortbus Studio is a non-profit organization in Burnsville that services adults with developmental or intellectual disabilities. The organization takes participants on adventures in the area: whitewater rafting, ziplining, and hiking.
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24039
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The non-profit organization, Guardian Ad Litem, serves 435 children in Buncombe County by acting as their advocates in court cases involving their neglect or abuse.
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24040
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Open Hearts Art Center is a non-profit organization that serves Buncombe County adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities by providing them with community, creative, expression, and income from the sale of their artwork
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24071
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Warrior Service Dogs is a non-profit organization in Western North Carolina that helps train dogs to assist veterans in navigating life after military service. Tasks include calming the symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, assisting amputees, and bringing veterans back from seizures or flashbacks.