10 manly charities:
Big Brother/Sisters of America Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest, largest and most effective youth mentoring organization in the United States. We have been the leader in one-to-one youth service for more than a century, developing positive relationships that have a direct and lasting impact on the lives of young people. Big Brothers Big Sisters mentors children, ages 6 through 18, in communities across the country - including yours. www.bbbsa.org

The Wildlife Conservation Society saves wildlife and wild lands through careful science, international conservation, education, and the management of the world’s largest system of urban wildlife parks, led by the flagship Bronx Zoo. Together, these activities change individual attitudes toward nature and help people imagine wildlife and humans living in sustainable interaction on both a local and a global scale. WCS is committed to this work because it believes it is essential to the integrity of life on Earth. www.wcs.org

Give Blood Every minute of every day, someone needs blood. That blood can only come from a volunteer donor, a person like you who makes the choice to donate. There is no substitute for your donation. When you make a blood donation, you join a very select group. Currently only 3 out of every 100 people in America donate blood. To find out where you can donate, visit www.givelife.org or call 1-800-GIVE-LIVE 1-800-448-3543.

Armed Forces Relief Trust - With the continued war on terror and a prolonged engagement in Iraq, many of the men and women serving our country are facing personal and financial hardships. Family budgets are strained and those who remain at home face a mounting workload. The large activation of Reserve and National Guard personnel has further strained the resources needed to take care of our troops and their families.
With the generous support of the National Association of Broadcasters, the four Military Aid Societies — Air Force Aid Society, Army Emergency Relief, Coast Guard Mutual Assistance, and Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society — have come together to address these escalating needs by creating The Armed Forces Relief Trust — a single, non-profit fund to better collect and disburse donations in support of the troops and their families in need.
The mission of the Armed Forces Relief Trust is to assist the military aid societies by providing a single vehicle to accept donations that will benefit the men and women of our Armed Forces and their families. Examples of such assistance may include payment for a soldier's airfare to fly home for his father's funeral, a special reading program for a sailor's daughter, special medical attention for a pilot's expectant spouse, or college tuition for a soldier's child.
Last year, the four emergency assistance programs disbursed more than $109 million in interest-free loans and grants to 145,000 individuals and families in need. But in order to meet our troops needs today, the Armed Forces Relief Trust is depending on the public's support.
Help boost the morale and welfare of our troops, better enabling them to focus on their important mission. www.afrtrust.org


National Cancer Coalition –
•One in three people will contract cancer, and one in four will die from the disease.
•Within five years, cancer will surpass heart disease as the leading cause of death, according to the American Hospital Association.
•In 1994, 1.2 million new cancer cases were added to the more than eight million people in the U.S. who have already been diagnosed with cancer.
•An estimated 80 million people have health insurance insufficient to cover the costs of a catastrophic illness such as cancer. www.nationalcancercoalition.org


Boy Scouts of America - Since 1910, Scouting has helped mold the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The Boy Scouts of America believes and, through nearly a century of experience, understands that helping youth puts us on a path toward a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society. Scouting, with programs for young men and women, helps meet these six essential needs of the young people growing up in our society. http://www.scouting.org/

Make It Right Foundation – Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans. The slow reaction to the initial emergency and to the ongoing crisis exposed troubling realities about the response capabilities of the American government when the citizens of our most culturally diverse city were in desperate need of help. The Mission of Make It Right is clear: it is to be a catalyst for redevelopment of the Lower 9th Ward, by building a neighborhood comprised of safe and healthy homes that are inspired by Cradle to Cradle thinking, with an emphasis on a high quality of design, while preserving the spirit of the community's culture. The goal is to accomplish this quickly, so that the first residents can begin returning to their homes as soon as possible. http://www.makeitrightnola.org/

American Humane Association - Founded in 1877, the American Humane Association is the only national organization dedicated to protecting both children and animals. A nonprofit membership organization, American Humane is headquartered in Denver. Through a network of child and animal protection agencies and individuals, American Humane provides national leadership in developing policies, legislation, curricula and training programs -- and taking actions -- to protect children and animals from cruelty, abuse, neglect and exploitation. www.americanhumane.org


The American Heroes (and future heroes) Foundation has been established to honor the men and woman of Law Enforcement, Fire Service, EMS, Military and Public Safety who put their lives on the line for us every day. Without these dedicated professionals life as we know it would not and could not exist. http://www.theahcf.org/

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I'll try to add a couple of more manly charities. First, I posit that a manly charity must DO something, not just fundraise and lobby the courts or the legislature. In that vein,

Catholic Relief Services
Catholic Social Services
Society of St. Vincent dePaul
Goodwill Industries
The Nature Conservancy
Ducks Unlimited
The American Red Cross
Boy Scouts of America
I agree with giving blood, women bleed a lot and have low iron, men should step up regularly to give blood.

I love the big brothers foundation.

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