Thanks to Noa, from the Library System, for this one:
Idealist.org is a great website where you can search for nonprofit jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities across the world. You can also search for programs, speakers, events. Their mission is to “connect people, organizations, and resources to help build a world where all people can live free and dignified lives.”
The Foundation Center offers an interactive map showing how United States foundations have offered support in response to the economic crisis. Data can be displayed by state, county, city, zip code, and congressional district.
“The Charity Guide is a non profit web site designed to inform and educate those interested in making contributions to charitable organizations. There are many ways in which to support worthwhile causes in your area. Whether it is in the form of monetary donations, or a small bit of your time each week, we hope the information provided will help you discover the opportunities you are seeking.”–From the web site. You can locate charities in the United States on this web site; you can search by state and you then will find towns and cities within the state and clicking on a particular city or town will give you the charities located in them.