Public Benefit charities describe themselves as organizations which promote philanthropy, volunteering, charitable activity and community building by directly supporting the work of other non-profit or charitable organizations. You can narrow this list by using the tools on the left side of the page.
These non-profit organizations make grants, offer financial assistance, and provide advocacy, guidance and educational resources to other organizations in order to support volunteerism, grant-making, community building and fundraising efforts. They may also provide support indirectly, by helping to influence public attitudes, improve systems and shape public policy. Their support allows other charities and non-profits to continue their work addressing pressing social, cultural and environmental issues.