Center for American Progress Action – Progressive perspectives on a wide range of public policy issues, including education, health care, poverty, science, and women's issues
Annenberg Political Fact Check – Nonpartisan analysis of political issues and the factual accuracy of claims and positions reported in the media
TED (Technology, Entertainment & Design) – Talks given by some of the world’s greatest thinkers and teachers about technology, entertainment, design, business, science, and global issues
European New Car Assessment Program – A source of vehicle safety information from seven European governments that provides a child protection rating not available in the U.S
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety – A non-governmental source of comparative vehicle safety ratings that are based on vehicle performance in crash-tests that are more realistic than the crash-tests required by the U.S. government
New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) – The source of comparative vehicle safety information from the U.S. government
Injury & Violence Prevention at Home, Work and Play
National Safety Council Membership – A source of information, resources, and programs to help employers and employees build and support effective safety initiatives in the workplace
World Health Organization – A global perspective on efforts to prevent injuries and violence, to mitigate their consequences, and to enhance the quality of life for persons with disabilities throughout the world
Leadership for Change Agents
Leader to Leader Institute – A resource for leaders and volunteers of non-profit organizations to increase their effectiveness in carrying out organizational missions
BE of Service
VOICES for America’s Children – A leading, national advocacy organization that promotes effective public policies for child wellbeing. VOICES represents a network of 50 state-based organizations, and it can direct you to your state’s primary child advocacy organization for volunteer opportunities.
Safe Kids, Worldwide – A leading international direct service provider of community programs to reduce child injury from all sources. Safe Kids represents a network of state-based and country-based organizations, and it can direct you to your state’s organization for hands-on volunteer opportunities.
Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB-USA) - A volunteer organization devoted to designing and implementing sustainable low-cost, small-scale water, energy, sanitation, and other projects in developing world communities. Volunteers are professionals and students from a variety of professions, including engineering, health, and business. With 300 chapters across the country, EWB-USA can direct you to a chapter in your area.
The Task Force for Global Health – A preeminent international non-governmental (non-profit) organization that provides leadership for a wide range of programs that address global child health, including vulnerable child road users
VOICES for America’s Children – A preeminent domestic child advocacy organization that promotes effective public policies for child wellbeing. Financial gifts may also be directed to individual state member organizations.