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.
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.
The preeminent leadership development organization for girls. Our
all-girl, girl-led environment creates a space where girls can
practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success.
Providing disadvantaged children suffering from deformities
caused by birth defects, abuse or accidents with fully covered
reconstructive surgery and related healthcare services.
The Asian Pacific State Employees Association Foundation support
the educational and career development of state government
workers and scholarship to students pursuing a college
SFAF provides comprehensive case management for people living
with HIV/AIDS in Placer, El Dorado and Nevada County (where some
of our sicker clients reside.)
We connect and empower our community through family
strengthening, crisis intervention, hunger relief, and legal
Mothers Against Drunk Driving exists stop impaired driving,
educate about dangers of underage drinking and support those
impacted by the crime of DUI.
Provides support groups & other services, Career Development &
Economic Empowerment, transitional housing, economic resources,
free life necessities, volunteer opportunities, and empowerment.
ACSED represents persons with disabilities who are either seeking
employment with the State of CA or already working for the State.
Everyone in CA Should Have Enough to Eat. We shape the programs
and policies that connect people and the food they need to
Offering recovery and reintegration programs, free of charge, to
firefighters and civilians burn survivors of all ages.
Dedicated to supporting the CA State Guard a volunteer response
force protecting CA from natural and man-made disasters,
including wildfires, floods, earthquakes, and pandemics.
Established in 1993, we are committed to supporting land
surveying students and programs. Last year over $40,000 in
scholarships were provided to land surveying students.
Our college educational scholarship program is aimed at helping
students achieve their educational goals thus paving a pathway
for students future hopes and dreams.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Sierra supports
relationships between child and positive adult role-model who
encourages a child’s potential and promise for their future.