Using horses to make a positive difference in the lives of
children and youth living with social, emotional or physical
challenges, including terminal illness.
Our Montessori based faith formation helps children ages 3-12
cultivate deep, lifelong relationships with Christ.
We are a foundation that supports vision research, patient care,
and education at the Department of Ophthalmology, University of
California, San Francisco.
Conservation Corps North Bay develops youth and conserves natural
resources for a strong, sustainable community.
With a focus on developing the potential of children, healthy
living, and social responsibility, the Y brings about meaningful
change in the community.
FCA helps the dedicated families who provide care at home for
loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s, stroke, Parkinson’s and
other disabling diseases that strike adults.
Transportation for Transformation. Improving the lives of
homeless and low income individuals by providing safe and
reliable bicycles for a better quality of life.
Promotes the independence, equality and self-reliance of people
who are blind or visually impaired through rehabilitation
training, employment programs, advocacy and an array of services.
As a FQHC, multi-clinic network we provide primary care,
specialty and referral services to more than 35,000 insured and
uninsured Marin County patients annually.
We provide counseling for individuals and families at affordable
fees and free therapy programs for at-risk children and youth in
We serve underserved children (ages 6-17), providing
sports/fitness activities, academic support, learning enrichment,
community service, outdoor adventures and leadership training.
Raises fund to support innovative, high demand library programs
including Homework Centers, extensive children/family
programming, and services to make the library accessible to all.
SFBBO is a nonprofit founded in 1981 with the mission to conserve
birds and their habitats through science and outreach.
America SCORES brings soccer, poetry, and service-learning
programs to low-income youth six days a week to address the needs
of the whole child.
Brain Injury Support – you are not alone. Brain injury, stroke or
consussion, there is a place to go for continued rehabilitation,
education, support and community.
Take a deep breath — if you can — be grateful! For 106 years
we’ve worked to ensure breathing is not a struggle or risk.
We offer compassionate, individualized assistance to help our
neediest neighbors obtain nutritious food, affordable housing,
meaningful employment and a voice in their own community.
CAA advocates in and on behalf of the Asian and Pacific American
community for racial justice, immigrant rights, and equal
opportunities for communities of color.
Empowers blind, visually impaired and multi-disabled children
with the skills and courage to succeed in a sighted world, at
school and throughout life.
Our dogs are trained to alert their diabetic partners of changes
in blood sugar levels and avoid potentially life threatening low
blood sugar events.