Working with the Sheriff’s Work Project we provide
underprivileged children with gifts, bicycles, computers,
clothing and food for more than 7500 families during the
LIFE – A fundamental right – Protect all innocent human life from
fertilization to natural death through education and counseling.
To safeguard the most defenseless among us.
We reduce poverty by empowering and facilitating economic
development and sustainability in underserved communities through
by providing access to literacy, education and vocational
Rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife, educating people
about their environment, and providing sanctuary for illegal
exotic pets. We help over 1000 wild animals each year.
The Foodbank provides basic sustenance and proper nutrition to
the community’s impoverished citizens. Food is obtained, stored,
packaged, and distributed to hundreds of community-based
We provide care for individuals and families facing societal
stigmas and financial hurdles, providing judgment-free healthcare
and addiction treatment through immediate outpatient and
Help keep over 8000 deserving kids active, healthy and safe at
night and on weekends. Support sports programs in Los Angeles’
Dedicated to finding the cure for lupus and improving the lives
of those affected by funding research and providing information,
public education and support.
We are dedicated to rescuing senior dogs aged 7+ years from
California municipal shelters, providing necessary veterinary
care, and finding them loving forever homes.
To feed and nourish the sick as they battle critical illness. We
cook and deliver nutritious meals, free of charge, to homes
throughout LA County.
Provides dedicated service to local communities through the
rescue, care and adoption of lost, abandoned, injured and/or
stray domestic animals. No kill. All volunteer organization.
Brain injuries occur every 15 seconds. It can happen to anyone:
accidents, sport injuries, strokes, aneurysms, tumors, military
related injuries, illness. Offer hope and support.
We promote community support, education and housing options. Our
Housing Initiative coordinates parents, professionals, and
policymakers to catalyze the process of planning for the future.
Rescuing chimpanzees from research, entertainment and the pet
trade, we provide them the space needed to heal and enjoy a happy
and healthy life!
We serve more than 1,200 youth/day at eight Clubhouses in the
city’s toughest neighborhoods, and provide a residential summer
camp in Mendocino County.
Special Olympics is a year round program for individuals with
intellectual disabilities. Training and competitions are offered
in 12 Olympic style sports at no cost.
Prevention of child abuse by raising awareness, providing
resources,education and support to families, and programs
designed to keep kids safe. Services in English/Spanish.
TNDC has 31 buildings in the Tenderloin and surrounding San
Francisco neighborhoods that provide safe, affordable home for
3,400 of San Francisco’s poorest residents.
Help 4Cs provide affordable, safe, healthy and educational care
for at-risk children, as well as resources, referrals and
nutritious meal reimbursements!
We believe that critical thinking and clear writing skills are
essential for a young person to succeed in school and beyond.