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150 Good Catchy Nonprofit Company Names

Nonprofit companies are ones that are trying to raise money for a charity. They are amazing foundations that benefit millions of people all over the world, people who really need this help. If you are passionate about a cause and are thinking of creating your very own non profit company than choosing a name may be challenging. A good charity name needs to be direct, explain exactly what you are fighting for, and memorable. Here is a great list of existing non profit company name’s to give you some ideas.

350 Organization
Academy of American Poets
Action Institute
Acumen Fellowship
Adopt a Platoon
Africare
AIDS Research Alliance
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation
Alley Cat Allies
American Forests
American Humanist Association
American Jewish World Service
American Kidney Fund
American Near East Refugee Aid
American Red Cross
American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
Americans United
AmeriCares
Angel Reach
Animal Legal Defense Fund
Appalachian Mountain Club
Appalachian Trail Controversy
Ashoka
Austism Speaks
Bailey House
Best Friends Animal Society
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
Boys and Girls Clubs of America
Breast Cancer Research Foundation
CancerCare
Carbon Fund
CARE
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Catholic Relief Services
Center for Biological Diversity
Center for Responsive Politics
Charity Water
Chicago Men’s Club
Children’s Disaster Services
Childrens Books on Wheels
Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
City Harvest
Clearwater Marine Aquarium
Coalition to Stop Gun Violence
College Forward
Committee for Missing Children
Committee to Protect Journalists
Compassion International
Conservation International
Council of Foreign Relations
Creative Commons
Creativity Shell
Cute Saint Orphanage
Diretct Relief
Disabled American Veterans
Do Something
Doctors Without Borders
Donors Choose
Dream Alive Center
Dress for Success
Economic Policy Institute
Environmental Defense
Epilepsy Foundation
Equal Justice Initiative
FAIR Federation for American Immigration Reform
Feed my People
Fly Movement
Focus on the Family
Food and Water Watch
Friends of the Earth
Genesys Works
Girls Inc.
Global Fund for Women
Global Giving
Going Green Foundation
Goodwill
Graceful Aging Club
Green Peace
Guttmacher Institute
HARC
Harvest NOW
Heavens Army
Houston Endowment
Houston Food Bank
Human Rights Watch
International Rescue Committee
Khan Academy
Kids in Need of Defense
Kiva
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Malcolm Xavi Foundation
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Modest Needs
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
National Audubon Society
National Cancer Coalition
National FFA Foundation
National Immigration Law Center
National Resources Defense Council
National Women’s Law Center
New Horizons
Nourishment for the Needy
Nursing Mothers Foundation
Ocean Conservancy
Oceana
Partners in Health
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Playworks
Pro Youth Foundation
Project Alert
Rainforest Action Network
Redeemed Ministries
Risen Dead
Ronald McDonald House Charities
Room to Read
Safe Kids Worldwide
Save Our Leathernecks
Seniors Coalition
Sleepy Hollow
Smithsonian Institution
Southern Poverty Law Center
Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation
Story Corps
Sundance Institute
Teach for America
TED
The Aspen Institute
The Center for Strategic and International Studies
The Center for Victims of Torture
The Climate Reality Project
The Friends
The Humane Society
The Impact Foundry
The Museum of Modern Art
The Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival
The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International
The Sunshine Kids
The Trevor Project
Union of Concerned Scientists
United Nations Foundation
Victory Missionary
Wildlife Conservation Society
Women Employed
World Medical Relief
World Resources Institutes
World Vision
World Wildlife Fund
Wreaths Across America
YES to YOUTH
Young Life

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