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In the spirit of continually Giving Back, this column Showcases three meaningful organizations and charities that are doing amazing work and would appreciate your donations of time and/or money.

Please remember that generous donations are critical to our neighbors down the street, across the nation and around the world.

The Showcase will feature charities in every issue with the hopes that one will stand out and become special to you. From all of us at The Showcase Magazine we wish you a wonderful relaxing summer!

St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center is dedicated to the humane treatment of animals. We believe in and provide services that support the human-animal bond and seek to foster an environment in which people respect all living creatures. For information on how to volunteer and donate visit

Thanks to your support, our 162 social enterprises across the U.S. and Canada provide the skills training and assistance individuals need to find good jobs. Our staff offer a range of needed services, including onsite and virtual skills and employment training, job placement services and other community-based supports, such as career counseling, financial education and r�sum� preparation. Every 27 seconds of every business day, a person served by Goodwill earns a new job. Learn more about how your donations create jobs for others. For more information on your local Goodwill visit

Our car donation program was born of a single brainstorm we had back in 1994. Rather than rely on private donations and traditional fundraising methods to support our growing charity, we�d provide a public service that would send a steady stream of revenue directly to our charity programs. We also made the decision to process all car donations in house, allowing the full proceeds of each donation to go directly to our charity programs.

Since Kars4Kids was founded in 1995
� $100 million raised for charity
� 450,000 cars were donated
� 240,000 cars recycled
� 1,000 towers in our network

For more information visit