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*[http://www.hewlett.org/ The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation] - The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation makes grants to address the most serious social and environmental problems facing society, where risk capital, responsibly invested, may make a difference over time.
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*[http://www.hewlett.org/ The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation] - The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation makes grants to address the most serious social and environmental problems facing society, where risk capital, responsibly invested, may make a difference over time. The Foundation places a high value on sustaining and improving institutions that make positive contributions to society.
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The Foundation places a high value on sustaining and improving institutions that make positive contributions to society.
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*[http://www.wkkf.org/ The WK Kellog Foundation] - The WK Kellogg Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to apply knowledge to solve the problems of people. The founder, W.K. Kellogg, the cereal industry pioneer, established the Foundation in 1930. Since its beginning, the Foundation has continuously focused on building the capacity of individuals, communities, and institutions to solve their own problems.
*[http://www.wkkf.org/ The WK Kellog Foundation] - The WK Kellogg Foundation is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to apply knowledge to solve the problems of people. The founder, W.K. Kellogg, the cereal industry pioneer, established the Foundation in 1930. Since its beginning, the Foundation has continuously focused on building the capacity of individuals, communities, and institutions to solve their own problems.

Revision as of 15:33, 3 August 2007

For many of us, the work we did in-country doesn't stop once we return home. A number of RPCVs have started their own non-profits to benefit their former host countries, non-profits similar to the work done while in Peace Corps and many other initiatives. Below is a list of resources for those groups and organizations seeking resources while conituing their services.

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