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There are millions of eager, young college graduates right now that would jump at the chance to make a difference in the world by mentoring underprivileged students—especially if they can get paid for their work.

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For Goldberg in particular, he recognizes that with each visit and mentorship with underprivileged kids that his nonprofit facilitates, he has grown on a personal and professional level.

He also co-founded a nonprofit, Lincoln Hills Cares, that provides outdoor opportunities for Colorado’s underprivileged youth.

Climate justice is a term and a movement that acknowledges the negative social, economic and public health effects of climate change on underprivileged populations.

The agency is doling out $20 billion to Internet service providers who can connect customers in rural and underprivileged areas.

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Louisa also devotes much of her time to feeding underprivileged children in the desolate Kurland Village in South Africa.

I saw personally, firsthand, what drug use and drug abuse is doing to an underprivileged population.

But the first time I remember was at Sussex Camp for Underprivileged Jewish Children.

Collecting donations for the underprivileged chimpanzees of the Congo.

A new report shows underprivileged children who get to eat at school each morning perform better academically and even afterward.

I never met the Baron, but I want the public to know what great work he did for an underprivileged group.

Do you recall that in 1949 you were a leader and counselor to underprivileged children, a children's club group in Columbus, Ohio?

It was exactly as you have described it, a group of underprivileged children.

The rude forefathers are not primarily presented as underprivileged.

There was the day he went upstate on an outing for underprivileged boys and went fishing for the first time.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to underprivileged, such as: depressed, deprived, destitute, disadvantaged, impoverished, and indigent.

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