Technology-based organizations general organizations
Argentinian Civil Association with the aim of communicating and promoting the the benefits of Nuclear Energy regarding its pacific use
A list fordiscussion of the bylaws of the Kentucky Association of the Deafblind. A list to discuss changes to the bylaws of the Kentucky Association of the Deafblind
We are an official non-profit Residents Association based in Manchester UK, set up to support a small community in Levenshulme, and recognised by the local council to represent the area. We *only* represent a few streets by Broom Lane, which are Bowler St, Watts St, Tonbridge St, Julius St and Dorris St. We are committed to improving our community, in particular we want to make use of the green square on bowler st / watts st and put on events and improve facilities.
This list is here for people who want to be informed about the Scunthorpe Amiga User Group, its meetings and its shows.
Send out only list to keep bronz Wellington members in touch with what is going on, meeting dates etc. Bronz, bikers rights organization new Zealand is a non profit organization which helps motorcyclists to have rights in this country. Www.bronz federation.org.nz
List used for a french LETS (Local Exchange Trading System)
BSA Troop 65 Friends
A list of the newly found NGO aiming to fight for the rights of owners of non-lethal self defense weapons in Hungary.
Community resource for exchanging/donating plants and horticultural information
Email discussion in relation to the SBC Workspace project.
A mailing list for use by members of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway Permanent Way Department, and invited guests.
"Sternenregion Eifel" is the first "International Dark Sky Park" in Germany certified by the "International Dark Sky Association" (IDA) in the year 2014. This is a communication distribution list for all friends of the Sternenregion Eifel to exchange knowledge about light pollution abatement and the values of natural dark night scapes. www.sternenregion-Eifel.de
Mailing list for Columbus Aero members.
For parents of blind high school students, help and assistance from each other, answering questions about their students blindness, giving helpful hints on how to make their blind students lives easier. Talking about assistive technology, transportation and Independent living skills. Sharing advice and supporting each other as their student goes through high school being blind or visually impaired. The parents of the students also need support, knowing that they are not the only ones going through this and with this list it is an easy and quick way to get support, advice and resources.