We support the health and wellness of the most marginalized,
advocate for equality and justice, and work to build a culturally
rich LGBTQ+ community.
FCSN helps children and adults with special needs (developmental
disabilities) and their families to find love, hope, and respect
through integrated community involvement.
Life is difficult still for Black children, families and
communities worldwide; help us provide relief efforts, aid and
programs to make life better for all.
We support foster youth in their transition to living as
independent adults. We connect them with resources and
opportunities, and reconnect them with their dreams.
Palestinian children & Syrian refugees suffer from war,
occupation & poverty. Help send aid, build playgrounds, support
education, provide clean water for children & families.
Our agency provides affordable child care services on a sliding
scale, combined with age appropriate educational programs to
income eligible families with qualifying needs.
We serve as a humanitarian organization providing emergency food,
clothing, medical items to low income individuals, families and
homeless, plus disaster relief and community grants
We serve adults with various levels of Intellectual Disabilities.
Father Joe’s Villages prevents and end homelessness by providing
neighbors in need with individualized housing and supportive
services, including meals, healthcare, childcare, and employment
Providing housing, rehabilitation, recovery & support services to
adults struggling with mental illness to help them reach their
highest potential as members of the community
The YMCA of San Diego County offers exercise, aquatics, youth and
adult sports, gymnastics, teen programs, camps, childcare, senior
programs, social services and much more!
We offer well-rounded, constructive, supervised programs that are
sensitive to the needs of at-risk youth, and provide
opportunities for positive growth and development.
CEO is dedicated to providing immediate, effective, and
comprehensive employment services to men and women with recent
We serve more than 3,000 veterans annually, helping connect them
with housing, jobs, benefits, and take-home items such as food,
clothing, and health care equipment.
AADAP provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment and
prevention services, including employment and education, to
youth/adults throughout Los Angeles County. AADAP’s motto is
“People Need People”.
Providing long-term safe housing, workforce development and
prevention education to survivors of human trafficking and
at-risk youth in California.
To support those affected by and at risk of child abuse and
neglect, through programs and services that promote healing,
growth, and healthy relationships.
For more than 25 years the Parent Resource Center has build
stronger, healthier families and worked to prevent child abuse
through education and supportive services.
We serve survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human
trafficking, and people of all ages with mental illness,
substance abuse, and criminal justice histories.
We are a community dedicated to helping one another. We strive to
cultivate independence in each individual who is looking for the
support they need.