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Provides college preparatory services to 8th to 5th graders with marginal grades and who would not otherwise go to college.
We support the National Marrow Donor Program. Together, we help patients who require a marrow transplant find a donor and receive the treatment they need.
Provides a full spectrum education program and resources for everyone involved in raising a child
We’re dedicated to placing homeless animals with committed caretakers. We envision a community that values animals and respects, protects and cares for their needs.
We provide cancer related workshops, patient navigation, transportation assistance, mastectomy products, wigs and support for residents of Imperial County. Services are free of charge.
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.
To provide children facing adversity with stron and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
We provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1 to 1 mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
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.
Establishes, develops, implements educational programs for Black youth in California in areas of leadership development, public speaking, legislative process, public service, cultural awareness and identity.
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.
Our mission is to prepare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Scouting works through local organizations and families to instill values in young people through programs of character development, citizenship and personal fitness.
We provide, through community partners, programs for youth from grade K to young adulthood, that enrich character, citizenship and fitness
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.
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.
The Club fills a 20-25 hour a week supervision gap. Without us, 430 youth would go unsupervised during the after school hours.
All day child development programs for year round students. After school activities with transportation. Program areas: education, arts, athletics, leadership.
Comprehensive youth development programming for “those who need us most” ages 5-19. We sponsor 18 sites serving over 2,600 vulnerable youth daily.
We provide a positive place for all youth, especially those who need us most, and quality programs to help them become healthy, responsible, confident and productive members of our society
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.
To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible citizens.
Utilizing a youth development strategy we build self-confidence, self-esteem and foster a sense of belonging for the over 7,200 youth served daily in Kern County.
Programs for all abilities–children, families, Veterans, disabled, and underserved. To increase mobility, ability, fitness, literacy, social/work skills, including sports and artistic talents.
Since 1952 we’ve worked on the Central Coast to ensure breathing is not a struggle or risk — if you can breathe — be grateful!
Take a deep breath — if you can — be grateful! For 106 years we’ve worked to ensure breathing is not a struggle or risk.
Individuals and families in crisis need you!! Building Futures’ spectrum of services ensures they receive all they need to regain safe and stable lives.
Survivor support services including financial assistance, retreats and camps for burn-injured children, families and adults; and delivers fire and burn prevention education to safeguard community.
Provide quality care to abused, abandoned or neglected children ages 0–18
This organization provides affordable housing, social services and educational programs for low-income families, seniors, veterans and people with disabilities in Ventura and Santa Barbara County
CNH provides comprehensive basic services to low-income families; Daycare,micro-business development, shelter for homeless women and children,and meals for children.
CBU is a nationally ranked nonprofit private Christian liberal arts University, accredited by WASC, offering 150 undergraduate programs, 40 graduate programs and four doctoral programs.
To create African-American leaders in building better communities statewide using educational models and participation; assisting new leaders in achieving maximum potential for community economic development.
To encourage and participate local community activities that promote the mutual understanding and cooperation between Chinese American Communities and general public.
Children,ages 6-12 ,Northern California attend a free summer Asthma camp with a volunteer medical staff;learn how to manage their Asthma and recreational activities
The Education Foundation was established in 1993 and is committed to supporting land surveying students and programs.
Our mission is to end child-abuse. We provide services in Parent-Support/Education, Children’s-Counseling, Trauma-Informed Educational-Services, Creative-Arts, Advocacy. We use “Strengthening-Families” proven effective in prevention of child-abuse.
Provide scholarships and hardship grants to state employees and their children
Supports the California State Railroad Museum and Railtown 1897 State Historic Park, focusing on the preservation, interpretation and promotion of our railroad heritage.
A comprehensive public university commited to offering excellent undergraduate and graduate programs that advance the intellectual and personal development of students
Through private donations we offer scholarships, improved access to high impact practices, fund research, provide experiential learning opportunities and much more.
We provide: Grants for Injured and Fallen Caltrans Workers, funding for Caltrans Workers Memorial Ceremonies, 42 scholarships, Career Development grants, service pins, ceremonies and more.
CYC is a youth led organization that empowers transition age youth to transform the foster care system through legislation, policy change, and child welfare training.
Camino Nuevo Charter Academy operates one preschool, four K-8 schools, and two high school campuses and educates students in a college preparatory program.
Since 1924, we have provided summer camp experiences to Oakland and Bay Area youth and families; promoting and celebrating connections between nature, family, and community.
Cancer Research Institute supports and coordinates scientific and clinical efforts that will lead to the immunological treatment, control, and prevention of cancer.
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.