Which worthy volunteer groups should KPCC showcase for aid this holiday season?

Volunteers dish out Thanksgiving dinner to the needy during a free banquet prepared at Smokey Jackson's Boneyard grill in Aurora, Colorado. Homeless and disadvantaged people were transported to the event by Christian aid groups, whose members helped serve the meal.
Volunteers dish out Thanksgiving dinner to the needy during a free banquet prepared at Smokey Jackson's Boneyard grill in Aurora, Colorado. Homeless and disadvantaged people were transported to the event by Christian aid groups, whose members helped serve the meal.
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As part of KPCC's coverage leading up to and through the holidays, we will be featuring organizations that could use help this season in a series of short profiles online and on-air. We want to know about the organizations in your community that are making a difference—and could use a helping hand.

The series will include short radio and web profiles on nonprofits around the Southland (not just L.A. proper!), as well as a map of organizations in the area that could use volunteers, donations, or help of any sort.

Do you know of any good organizations that could use our listeners' or readers' support this holiday season? Let us know!

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