First wildlife rehabilitation hospital in the country sees 5,000
animals annually including orphaned young. Outreach programs
preserve environment and native species. www.wildlife-museum.org
SPONSORING TRUE ADVOCACY FOR CHALLENGED YOUTH is an organization
advocating for children with special needs and their families
through diverse programs and partnerships.
To protect the agricultural and natural resources of the Sutter
Buttes and surrounding region for present and future generations.
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.
End-of-life care provided through a multi-disciplinary team of
healthcare professionals. Bereavement services provided for those
we have served and community at large.
Enhancing Japanese speaking seniors lives through education. We
offer a caring place for them with social, educational,
recreational and health activities.
The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in
the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and
the generosity of donors.
Champions healthy communities and increases access to affordable
quality health care, information and reproductive freedom by
providing medical services, education and advocacy.
Exceptional, compassionate, family-centered home health and
hospice care for loved ones who face terminal and chronic
illness. Help Pathways promote comfort, independence and dignity.
Our mission to fight injustice through making a positive impact
in our communities through educational events and trainings,
mutual aid, resources and other support programs.
Easter Seals Superior is committed to helping people with
disabilities will have equal opportunity to live, learn, work and
play in their community.
Working to alleviate poverty and homelessness by developing and
operating affordable housing with wraparound services for
low-income families, seniors, veterans, and people with special
Friendly Meals on Wheels volunteers deliver 1,350 nutritious
daily meals, reaching 2,000 frail, nutritionally at-risk
homebound elders countywide annually.
Founded in 1984, we are an all-volunteer community organization
that secures and distributes funds to the Martinez Unified School
District to meet educational goals.
We guide 3,800 individuals (1,000 in Sacramento) in rebuilding
their lives after experiencing homelessness by ensuring stable
housing and a path to self-sufficiency.
Committed to promoting a violence-free community through
education and advocacy to address domestic violence, sexual
assault, child abuse, and basic needs.
Provides temporary housing for families of seriously ill or
injured patients being treated at the UC Davis Medical Center in
Sacramento or at Shriners Hospital.
Public television broadcast station (1 primary channel, 3
subchannels) serving the Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto television
market, composed of 16 counties and parts of another 12.
Hospice of the East Bay provides hospice and palliative care
services supporting and comforting people and their loved ones
through the final stages of life.
Hopeless third-world children provided shelter, meals, education,
medical needs and compassion services to lepers, refugees,
widows, with physical, vocational, and spiritual support,
including American Indians.