CLOZTALK Nonprofit Partners Are Making Headlines For Helping Cancer Patients, Refugees, And Young Girls! Bag It, Ruth’s Refuge, and Girls In The Game

Woman in TV story speaking about Bag It nonprofit organization

BAG IT helps those diagnosed with cancer to navigate through a very difficult time. The Arizona-based, national nonprofit provides a bag of valuable cancer resources to cancer patients, families, and caregivers. Each bag contains a wealth of information, including nutrition materials, national publications, patient education documents, caregiver care resources, and more. As KGUN-TV reports, each bag helps people to become more involved in their care, advocate for themselves, and learn to cope with the challenges associated with diagnosis and treatment.  


TV story showing two women moving a wooden desk for Ruth's Refuge

RUTH’S REFUGE provides furniture and home essentials to refugees, asylees, and asylum seekers rebuilding their lives in New York City. The nonprofit’s volunteers donate furniture, buy new appliances and linens, load moving trucks, assemble furniture, and bring love and welcome to the homes of newcomers. NEWS12-TV visited the Brooklyn-based nonprofit’s storage facility and shares more about this impactful nonprofit.


TV news reporter standing in front of screen showing Girls In The Game logo

WGN-TV recently featured GIRLS IN THE GAME, a Chicago-based nonprofit that serves thousands of girls every year by providing a safe space for girls to find their voice, discover strength, and lead with confidence through fun and active sports, health, and leadership programs. The TV segment explains that studies show girls who play sports are more likely to get better grades, graduate, and have higher self-esteem, yet much more work still needs to be done.

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