Helping support and train potters for the future. Funds always needed. An example of potters helping to train potters.
Amnesty International (AI) is a worldwide movement of people who campaign for internationally recognized human rights
Emmaus gives people a chance to get back on their feet, to be trusted and regain their self-esteem, and to be recognized as people with a positive future, not dependant on handouts
Empty Bowls, a project to provide support for food banks, soup kitchens, and other organizations that fight hunger
A small charity which deals with all aspects of addiction. Started by Chip Somers in 1997, the charity aims to treat people with respect and understanding.
The Foundation raises funds, facilitates skills development/job creation for promising ceramic artists in our studio. Sales of their ceramics not only benefit the artists, but also communities affected by HIV/AIDS - especially Aids orphaned children.
Description: Potters for Peace U.S. based nonprofit, a network of potters, educators, technicians, supporters, and volunteers. Founded in Nicaragua in 1986, we work primarily in Central America although our water filter projects are worldwide.
Samaritans is available 24 hours a day to provide confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide.
Formed to recognize and honor the best ceramic work being made annually by students in the United States of America. Annual exhibition coincides with NCECA's Annnual Conference.
Viva! launches regular, hard-hitting campaigns and has forced the vegetarian and vegan debate back on to the agenda - on TV, radio and in the Press. Viva! saves animals. Viva! is investing in the future. With a huge commitment to youth education.