Nonprofit Local Community Partnerships

Savers Nonprofit Partners

Meet a few of our good friends

Our nonprofit partners do great work, and we're proud to support their efforts.
 

Our nonprofit partners

Select an organization below to learn more about them.

A partner since 2007, AiMHi contributes to a strong community by providing advocacy, support and services to people who have special needs and their families. Their culture supports people to have good lives at work, at home and in the community.
A partner since 1989, the Arc of Anchorage helps Alaskans who experience developmental disabilities, behavioral health concerns or deafness achieve lives of dignity and independence as valued members of our community.
A partner since 1998, the Arc Arkansas provides supports, housing, advocacy, education and leadership to people with disabilities and their families.
A partner since 1989, the Arc is committed to securing for all people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, in partnership with their families, the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, work and play.
A partner since 1994, the Arc of Kitsap & Jefferson Counties works through education, support and advocacy to enhance the quality of life for children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families.
A partner since 2007, the Arc of Lane County advocates to enhance the dignity, expand the opportunities, and protect the rights of persons with developmental disabilities and their families.
A partner since 1992, the Arc of Multnomah-Clackamas advocates for, supports and serves children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families.
A partner since 1997, the Arc of Southwest Washington helps people with intellectual and developmental disabilities achieve a lifetime of success by building capability with respectful advocacy, through direct support of individuals and their families, and by promotion of full participation in our community.
A partner since 1990, the Arc of Washington State advocates for the rights and full participation of all people with developmental disabilities. Along with our network of members and chapters, they support and empower individuals and families; connect and inform individuals and families; improve support and service systems; influence public policy; increase public awareness; and inspire inclusive communities.
A partner since 1996, the Big Brothers Big Sisters Mission is to help children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships.
A partner since 1992, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona helps children realize their potential through professionally supported one-to-one relationships with mentors.
A partner since 2010, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arkansas helps children reach their full potential through professionally supported one-to-one relationships that have a measurable impact.
A partner since 2007, the mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico is to build a strong community by creating and supporting positive one-to-one relationships between children and adult volunteers.
A partner since 2007, Big Brothers Big Sisters Cornwall & District has been supporting children and adults with disabilities since 1967.
A partner since 2014, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri's mission is to build trusting and enduring relationships that encourage and support young people.
A partner since 1995, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Flagstaff's mission is to help children succeed by matching them with appropriate adult mentors.
A partner since 1994, Big Brothers Big Sisters Upper Fraser Valley's mission is to provide a mentor to every child that needs one.
A partner since 1994, Big Brothers Big Sisters Abbotsford Mission Ridge Meadows is building a child's future through the friendship and guidance of mentoring.
A partner since 1998, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Halifax contributes to building healthy communities by being leaders in providing quality mentoring programs for young people.
A partner since 1998, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Kansas City matches children from a one parent or non-traditional household with caring, adult mentors in a one-to-one friendship. Bigs and Littles spend a couple hours a week together doing normal, everyday activities. Kids who are matched with a Big have more self esteem, receive better grades and get along better with their families.
A partner since 2011, the Big Brothers Big Sisters Mission is to help children reach their potential through one-to-one relationships with mentors that have a measurable impact on youth.
A partner since 1994, Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver's mission is to enhance the resiliency and well-being of children by involving them in high quality prevention-focused mentoring programs and actively seeking to positively influence policies and programs that affect children’s social and emotional development.
A partner since 1987, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Honolulu's mission is to help children reach their full potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships with positive, measurable impact.
A partner since 1994, the mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kamloops is to foster positive self-esteem and competency in children and youth by providing and promoting friendship, guidance and support.
A partner since 1994, Big Brothers Big Sisters Langley's mission is that every child in Langley who needs a mentor, has a mentor.
A partner since 1997, Big Brothers Big Sisters' mission is to promote positive growth and development of Long Island’s children by providing families with quality mentoring, education and support services.
A long-time partner, the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago's mission is to empower at-risk youth by providing high impact one-to-one mentoring that enables lifelong success.
A partner since 2006, Big Brothers Big Sisters is changing how children grow up in Northern Nevada through one-to-one mentoring friendships.
A partner since 2009, The Big Brothers Big Sisters Mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that changes their lives for the better, forever.
A partner since 1997, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Ocean State provides children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
A partner since 1994, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Okanagan's mission is to enhance and support children's lives through positive mentoring relationships.
A partner in Orange County since 2015, the Big Brothers Big Sisters Mission is to help children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships.
A partner since 1996, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound (BBBSPS) is a true change agent, committed to our mission to partner with actively involved community members to match caring adults (Bigs) with children (Littles), both of whom benefit from our one-to-one mentoring programs. Mentoring is a proven strategy that changes how our children grow up in America by meeting critical local needs and engaging all levels of community. Their goal is to help children build the attitudes and behaviors needed to stay in school, succeed academically, make healthy choices, and create promising futures.
A partner since 1993, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southern Nevada's mission is to help children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships.
A partner since 2009, the mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters is to make a positive difference in the lives of children and youths, primarily through a professionally supported, one-to-one relationship with a caring adult. The agency assists its clients in achieving their highest potential as they grow to become more confident, competent and caring individuals by providing them with committed, screened, trained and supported volunteer mentors.
A partner since 2006, Big Brothers Big Sisters mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
A partner since 1995, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah's mission is to help children in need reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships with measurable results.
A partner since 1998, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Victoria positively affects our community by providing mentoring programs for children and youth, which enhance their sense of belonging, self-worth, resiliency and capacity to make healthy, well-informed choices
A partner since 2005, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winnipeg's mission is to provide children with mentors for friendship, support and guidance.
A partner since 2004, Bosom Buddies of Arizona is an organization of caring volunteers who have personal experience dealing with the challenges of breast cancer. Their mission is to provide support through the sharing of common experiences and knowledge.
A partner since 1985, our mission is to lead the fight against diabetes by helping people with diabetes live healthy lives while we work to find a cure. They deliver our mission by providing people with diabetes and healthcare professionals with education and services; advocating on behalf of people with diabetes supporting research; and translating research into practical applications.
A partner since 1997, Candlelighters is a non-profit provider of free support services to families that have children with cancer. Our mission is to alleviate the pain, isolation, and confusion many families feel when their child is diagnosed and to enhance their ability to cope and adjust throughout the treatment period.
A partner since 2007, Cedar Lake's mission is to provide residential options to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and to also meet their individual needs.
A partner since 1995, Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta is supporting and enriching the lives of individuals and persons affected by cerebral palsy and other disabilities.
A partner since 2005, the Child Crisis Center is commited to treating and preventing child abuse and neglect. We accomplish this by providing a safe environment for children to heal and grow, recuriting, training, and supporting foster and adoptive families, supporting and strenghtening families through education and intervention, and taking the lead and setting the standard for other to follow.
A partner since 1996, Clothes Helping Kids' mission is to provide financial support to community programs focusing on children and youth in New Mexico.
A long-time partner, Community Living Ontario is a non-profit, provincial association that advocates for people who have an intellectual disability to be fully included in all aspects of community life.
A partner since 2004, Denver Children's Advocacy Center's mission is to prevent abuse, strengthen families, and restore childhood.
A partner since 1980, the Developmental Disabilities Association enables people with developmental disabilities to achieve their full potential.
A partner since 1997, Diabetes Australia Victoria is committed to minimising the impact of diabetes in the community, helping all people affected by diabetes and contributing to the search for a cure.
A partner since 2009, Diabetes SA has been delivering services to people with diabetes and their families since 1953. They make a positive difference to the lives of people affected by diabetes through the key focus areas of prevention, detection, management and cure. They provide information, support, education, and products to all people living with diabetes in South Australia, with our primary focus being our members.
A partner since 2007, Easter Seals' core purpose is "Together, we promote independence and create opportunities for people with disabilities to pursue their hopes and dreams".
A long-time partner, Easter Seals provides exceptional services, education, outreach and advocacy so that people living with autism spectrum disorder and other disabilities can live, learn, work and play in our communities.
A member since 1997, Easter Seals Wisconsin strives to increase independence, maximize opportunities, minimize barriers, and enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities.
A partner since 1995, Diabetes Québec’s mission is to train, inform people of services and ensure these services in the regions, in addition to defending the rights of diabetic people and promoting research.
A partner since 2011, the mission of the Epilepsy Association of WNY, Inc. (EAWNY) is to assist individuals and their families in coping with and adjusting to Epilepsy and/or seizure disorders to enable them to lead more independent, productive and satisfying lives.
A partner since 2010, the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Chicago leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome challenges created by epilepsy.
A partner since 2005, the Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.
A partner since 2013, the mission of the Epilepsy Foundation is to stop seizures and SUDEP, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy through efforts including education, advocacy and research to accelerate ideas into therapies.
A partner since 2013, the mission of the Epilepsy Foundation is to stop seizures and SUDEP, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy through efforts including education, advocacy and research to accelerate ideas into therapies.
A partner since 2013, the mission of the Epilepsy Foundation is to stop seizures and SUDEP, find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy through efforts including education, advocacy and research to accelerate ideas into therapies.
A partner since 2009, the Epilepsy Foundation Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Maine leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome challenges created by epilepsy.
A partner since 2011, the Epilepsy Foundation of Northeastern New York leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure and overcome challenges created by epilepsy.
A partner since 2014, the Epilepsy Foundation of Northern California leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure, and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.
A partner since 2015, the Epilepsy Foundation of Texas leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure, and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy.
A partner since 2007, Fairbanks Resource Agency is a non-profit Alaska corporation dedicated to assuring that Interior Alaskans with disabilities and their families have equal opportunity to be fully integrated into the community where education, employment, housing, recreation and family support services are available in the same places, at the same times and with the same respect afforded any member of the community.
A partner since 1993, Friends of National Multiple Sclerosis Society in Reno works to help end the devastating effects of Multiple Sclerosis.
A partner since 1998, the mission of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Montreal is to pair volunteers with youngsters who need a significant presence in their lives. Mature and stable volunteers who make a difference in the lives of young people needing a positive model in their lives.
A partner since 2005, the mission of Grands Frères Grandes Sœurs de l’Outaouais is to offer Outaouais children between the ages of 6 and 14 from single-parent families, the friendship of an adult, in order to ensure the necessary support for the balanced development of their personality, from a social, emotional and cultural point of view, through various peer-matching programs adapted to their needs.
A partner since 2009, the mission of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of de Saint-Jean is to pair volunteers with youngsters who need a significant presence in their lives. Mature and stable volunteers who make a difference in the lives of young people needing a positive model in their lives.
A partner since 1997, Hartsprings Foundation provides funding for both Big Brothers Big Sisters in Hampden County (MA) and Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters (CT) whose missions are to provide positive supportive relationships in the lives of children and youth, through professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships between caring adults and children.
A partner since 1970, HOPE’s mission is to assist individuals with developmental disabilities to live and participate in their communities.
A partner since 1985, Inclusion Alberta is a family based, nonprofit federation that advocates on behalf of children and adults with developmental disabilities and their families. As an advocacy organization they support families and individuals in their desire to be fully included in community life.
A partner since 2015, Inclusion BC is a provincial nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the participation of people with developmental disabilities in all aspects of community life. They provide support, education and advocacy where and when it's needed, breaking down barriers and building communities that include people of all abilities.
A partner since 2007, the mission at Jewish Family Services Healing Minds is to restore well-being to the vulnerable throughout the greater Denver community by delivering services based on Jewish values.
A partner since 2012, the Kidney Foundation of Canada is the national volunteer organization committed to reducing the burden of kidney disease through: funding and stimulating innovative research; providing education and support; promoting access to high quality healthcare; and increasing public awareness and commitment to advancing kidney health and organ donation.
A partner since 1988, the mission at Le Support is to assist organizations working for the integration and the improvement of the quality of life of people living with intellectual disabilities.
A partner since 2007, the Mission of the Lupus Foundation of Colorado (LFC) is to improve the quality of life for people living with Lupus by advcancing community education and awareness; by providing patient and family services; by promoting research for the prevention, early diagnosis, effective treatment and discovery of a cure for the disease; and by advocating for patients, family and community.
A partner since 2007, our unique dual mission serves the ongoing needs of people affected by lupus today while leading efforts to find a cure, from care to cure!
A partner since 2003, the mission of the National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii, a major voluntary health organization, is to prevent kidney and urinary tract diseases, improve the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases, and to increase the availability of all organs for transplantation in Ha
A partner since 2012, the National Children's Center's mission is to provide a lifetime of opportunities for people with developmental disabilities.
A partner since 1997, New Brunswick Association for Community Living works to ensure that people with intellectual disabilities, with the support of their families, have the option to choose the supports they need to live meaningful lives and participate in their communities as valued and contributing members.
A partner since 1967, Northwest Center's mission is to promote the growth, development, and independence of people with disabilities through programs of education, rehabilitation, and work opportunity.
A partner since 2000, Oasis Addiction Recovery Society is a nonprofit charitable organisation who's mandate is to help people in recovery from drugs and alcohol addiction to reintegrate into society.
A partner since 1993, the Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy (OFCP) strives to address the changing needs of people and their families in Ontario with cerebral palsy through assistance, funding, research and advocacy.
A partner since 1966, Parca's mission is to enrich the lives of people with developmental disabilities and those of their families.
A partner since 2005, the mission of Foundation for Positively Kids is to deliver high quality healthcare services for Southern Nevada children, with an emphasis on providing quality of life for medically fragile, medically dependent, and/or developmentally delayed children age birth to 18 and their families.
A partner since 2009, the Rescue Mission is a not-for-profit organization headquartered in Tacoma, Washington. Guided by its Christian heritage and belief in the human spirit, the Rescue Mission works with people at all stages of addiction, homelessness or other life challenges, offering proven services, support and facilities. Originally founded in 1912 to serve homeless men in Tacoma, the Rescue Mission has grown to serve women and children in all parts of Pierce County with six different locations.
A partner since 2014, the priority of the Rypien Foundation is to assist families who are battling childhood cancer in the Inland Northwest. Each year the foundation continues to raise and provide funding to support unique programs and projects that help address the needs of children with cancer and foster a powerful healing environment for child cancer patients in the Inland Northwest.
A partners since 1997, Safe Nest has been serving families and saving lives since 1977. Their mission is to be the leading advocate in promoting the eradication of domestic violence by providing confidential assistance including shelter, food, clothing, counseling, education and other services to individuals experiencing domestic violence, while maintaining the highest respect and dignity for our clients.
A partner since 1989, Saskatchewan Institute on Community Living's mission is to ensure that those citizens of Saskatchewan who have intellectual disabilities are full, active and valued members of society and that they have worthwhile opportunities and choices in all aspects of daily life.
A partner since 2009, SIDS and Kids NSW and Victoria provides bereavement support for individuals and families who experience the death of their baby during pregnancy, birth, infancy and childhood.
A partner since 1984, the Sight Connection mission is to enhance the ability of people with vision loss to lead active, independent lives.
A partner since 2014, the mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for persons eight years of age and older with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community.
A partner since 1996, the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Hawaii's mission is to provide life with out limits to people with disabilities.
A partner since 2007, Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) is the nation's only congressionally chartered veterans service organization dedicated to the needs of ALL veterans and their families. VVA's founding principle is "Never again will one generation of veterans abandon another."
A partner since 2006, the YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.