Nonprofit Roundup: February 2017

Happy Valentine’s Day! February is all about love, and nobody loves nonprofits like Altruic Advisors. We’re proud to help our clients create good and we want to share their stories with the world. Click through the links below to learn more about these organizations - and find out what you can do to make a difference too!

Nonprofit Roundup February 2017


VisionTrust International is seeking volunteers for their Brazil summer camp team! If you’re a college student with the desire and ability to serve impoverished children in Brazil, fill out an application here.

Palmer Land Trust was in the news recently as El Paso County took the first steps to preserve Jones Park, a natural area on the southeast slope of Pikes Peak that provides a home for the threatened greenback cutthroat trout. Palmer Land Trust is also seeking nominations for the 7th Annual Southern Colorado Conservation Awards, an event honoring significant conservation achievements of individuals and organizations that advance the well-being of southern Colorado’s communities, people, ecologies, and economies.


Ready for some comedy? Join the Jewish Community Center of Greater Ann Arbor with comedian Larry Kuperman on February 22 for a discussion about Jewish comedians. Follow JCC Ann Arbor on Facebook for more details on upcoming activities and events.

Registration is now open for Michigan Audubon’s Spring Fling celebration at the Whitefish Point Bird Observatory. Sign up now for the ultimate birding experience!

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WeRobotics is in the Amazon this month, testing drone technology as a way to deliver life-saving medication between remote Peruvian villages. Although their initial testing didn’t quite go off without a hitch, they discovered a budget-friendly silver lining. Check out the full NPR article about WeRobotics' efforts to use technology for humanitarian purposes.