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Decreasing the number of disconnected youth in Orange, Riverside and San Bernadino counties through mentoring. Empowered youth have the potential to change our world
Women can face intense pressure in unplanned pregnancy, losing jobs, being thrown out of their homes. Help us give free non-judgmental, confidential material, emotional support.
Pregnant unexpectedly. Desperation, heartache, and tears soon follow. She craves support but only finds rejection. Together we can wipe her tears and offer practical assistance.
Alameda Council Boy Scouts of America serves over 1,000 boys and girls in the city of Alameda through 34 units with 20 chartered organizations.
Comprehensive youth development program designed to instill values and help them make ethical choices over their lifetime. Ages, male 7-20, co-ed, 15-20.
Comprehensive youth development and training programs emphasizing: leadership, ethical choices, values, integrity, participating citizenship, character, self-reliance, personal/mental fitness, motivation and group interaction.
The San Francisco Bay Area Council, BSA provides opportunities for youth to participate in an effective Scouting program designed to build character, citizenship, and fitness.
Building tomorrow’s leaders, today. Preparing young people to make ethical choices by instilling Scouting’s core values through engaging programs, high-adventure activities, and outdoor camps.
Help create brighter futures for our youth. Our programs encourage youth to become productive, responsible adults while emphasizing leadership, values and building self-esteem.
Comphrehensive youth guidance after school program enabling youth ages 5-18, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, caring citizens.
Serving 2nd and 3rd graders, focus on improving the fluency, comprehension decoding skills and confidence of participants, all proven components of library.
All day child development programs for year round students. After school activities with transportation. Program areas: education, arts, athletics, leadership.
We serve youth ages 7-18 of our community by offering a safe haven and meaningful youth development programs provided by our caring and qualified staff.
Implementing educational programs and activities that increase self-esteem, courage, and positive values through tutoring, computer training, sports education, homework help, mentoring, and more.
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 are a nonprofit whose mission is to enhance the educational experience, and the physical, social and emotional development of BWI students. Our primary purpose is to raise funds for educational materials, equipment, and field trips. It is our belief that through the collaboration of parents, teachers, and the community we can achieve the best possible learning environment for our students.
Individuals and families in crisis need you!! Building Futures’ spectrum of services ensures they receive all they need to regain safe and stable lives.
Burn Institute provides fire and burn prevention education safeguarding the community, and burn survivor support including counseling, emergency assistance, and camps for burn-injured children.
Provide quality care to abused, abandoned or neglected children ages 0–18
Fund Justice. Change the World. We harness the power of lawyers and invest in the next generation of social justice leaders.
Promote the mutual understanding and corporation between Chinese American communities and general public, facilitate the education among Chinese Americans on Chinese culture and heritage.
Providing safety, comfort and healing to children suffering abuse and abandonment; to teach love and trust; to instill self-esteem, values and hope for the future
We help schools and communities build and improve school-based health centers that offer accessible health care to children and adolescents from low-income communities.
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.
Through private donations we offer scholarships, improved access to high-impact practices, fund research, provide experiential learning and much more.
Cal State San Bernardino Reentry Initiative (CSRI) provides basic services to parolees returning to the Inland Empire from CA prisons thus reducing recidivism, increasing community safety and breaking the cycle of incarceration
CNH provides comprehensive basic services to low-income families; Daycare,micro-business development, shelter for homeless women and children,and meals for children.
We’re delivering more effective and less toxic treatments to children with cancer, ensuring they not only survive, but go on to lead long, healthy lives.
Free comprehensive services that remove barriers to cancer care such as insurance, transportation, or financial for persons of any age, including children, living with cancer.
We provide free counseling, education, exercise and nutrition programs for people affected by cancer during their greatest time of need. Your support makes this possible.
Casa de Esperanza provides 24/7 safe shelter, counseling, education and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and human trafficking.
AID SUPERIOR COURT IN THE OPERATION OF THE COURT APPOINTED ADVOCATE PROGRAM
Our Montessori based faith formation helps children ages 3-12 cultivate deep, lifelong relationships with Christ.
Safe daytime drop-in center for homeless women and children in Lodi. Computer access, bus passes, housing and employment assistance.
The foundation develops, acquires and distributes funds that provide support to parish, educational, religious, charitable and other organizations comprising the Catholic community of the county.
Education of Celiac Disease; enhance awareness CD to general public, medical, consumer product manufacturers & restaurants. Administer Camp Celiac for kids.
Maximizing communication potential through early education, family support and community audiology services.
Junior Achievement inspires young people to own their economic success by preparing students to become financially literate, workforce ready, and equpiied with entrpreneurial skills
The Central Valley Homeless Veterans Assistance Program provides local veterans with financial assistance and other services to help veterans achieve stability in their lives.
Engaging students and teachers in dynamic exploration and discovery opportunities that strengthen knowledge in STEM and provide outlets to learn and apply important life skills.
Provides resources for families to locate and pay for high quality early education and care settings; Improves program quality through professional development and business assistance.
Helping deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity to become young adults and leaders who bring lasting and positive change to their communities.
Publish and distribute booklet of educational information for ages 2 – 80. Graphically illustrated and bilingual.
We aim to create a world without poverty where every child, family and community is connected, productive and thriving, through health, education, empowerment and employment.
A non-profit organization dedicated to providing education through interactive exhibits. Our goal is to provide a safe, fun, educational experience for families within our community.
We serve over 140,000 members of the community annually, sparking intercultural discovery through art, education, and engagement.
Provide life changing grants often overlooked by most organizations for veterans, first responders, individuals diagnosed with rare diseases, and special education initiatives.
Ministering to America’s military and their families worldwide empowering them in their Christian faith, advancing Bible studies, linkups, mentoring, fellowship, resources, personal contact and encouragement.
CWO helps people in developing countries improve their quality of life by making a difference, one life at a time.
Sustainable land management and fire risk reduction through outreach, education, and implementation of goat grazing.