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We are a small organization that support the career development of state government workers and helping students pursuing a college education.
Our community needs your help. We provide food, new school clothing, necessary supplies and vital enrichment programs to children, families, foster youth and the elderly.
Assistance League of Temecula Valley is a nonprofit, volunteer philanthropic organization dedicated to serving the needs of Southwest Riverside County.
CAVE provides Chico State students with meaningful volunteer opportunities, develops student leaders, and serves a broad base of community needs.
Continuum of Care programs provide emergency services (food, shelter, clothing, education, counseling and more) that empower the homeless to change their world.
Provides a full spectrum education program and resources for everyone involved in raising a child
We improve lives by working together with partners across the U.S. and worldwide to create economic opportunity, improve public health, and inspire civic engagement.
Saves lives globally and in the USA by providing medicine, vitamins, and medical supplies to treat the poor and victims of disease, disaster or war.
One of the nation’s most prominent values-based youth development organizations. Programs for building character, training in the responsibilities of citizenship and developing personal fitness.
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.
Scouting works through local organizations and families to instill values in young people through programs of character development, citizenship and personal 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.
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.
We believe that every family matters & provide services in the areas of Family Healthcare, Early Childhood Development, Teen Family Support, & Community Strengthening.
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.
To encourage and participate local community activities that promote the mutual understanding and cooperation between Chinese American Communities and general public.
We provide emotional and financial assistance to families of fallen firefighters, firefighters and the communities they protect.
We promote understanding and support of hospice and palliative care, and work to improve access to quality end-of-life care to patients and their families.
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.
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.
CAP of Madera County, INC. (CAPMC) is a public non-profit 501 © (3) serving low-income individuals, elders, victims of crimes, children, and families
Mission To provide a trusted and indispensable source of information, music, and entertainment while strengthening the civic and cultural life of the communities we serve.
Offering compassion, hope, and help to women and men considering abortion by presenting realistic alternatives and Christ-centered support through our life-affirming network.
CaringBridge offers personal, protected websites for people to easily share updates and receive hands-on help and heartfelt encouragement from their community during a health journey.
Train community volunteers as CASAs whose responsibilities are to advocate for permanency, family reunification and quality care for children in foster care within Imperial County.
We provide compassionate social services that respond to the suffering of the vulnerable and those in crisis in our local communities.
CEO is dedicated to providing immediate, effective, and comprehensive employment services to men and women with recent crimal convictions.
Provides low-income individuals with hands-on, competency-based vocational training in relevant occupations concurrent with job placement, supportive services, and basic remediation.
CARECEN works to empower Central Americans, and all immigrants, by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice, and promoting cultural diversity.
PROVIDES SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES AFFECTED BY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
The foster economic development and create systemic change by developing collaborative partnerships and linking resources to improve the health and economic outcomes for children, families and communities
Living well includes dying peacefully, in comfort, and with dignity. We advocate for and financially support compassionate end-of-life care through a variety of service providers.
The Cerebral Palsy Foundation works to transform the lives of people with cerebral palsy (and related disabilities) today through research, innovation and collaboration.
we are the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility
A non-profit organization proud to serve all youth, adults and seniors. Offer financial assistance for any and all programs to those demonstrating a need.
The CCHAT Center is an auditory/oral program where children who are deaf or hard of hearing learn to listen and develop spoken language.
Children’s Health Fund, founded by musician, Paul Simon and Dr. Irwin Redlener, brings healthcare to poor/homeless families regardless of ability to pay.
Positively impacting the lives of children, youth and families affected by abuse, neglect, behavioral health issues and trauma in the Sacramento region.
CSC provides medical, medical, behavioral health services as well as social service programs such as senior, youth development, housing, small business and asset building services.
Through organizing and leadership development, the Chinese Progressive Association empowers the low-income immigrant Chinese community in San Francisco to improve their living and working conditions.
Dedicated to honoring & remembering those that gave the ultimate sacrifice with a primary focus of the CHP, Golden Gate Division… never to be forgotten.
A faith-based organization transforming communities around the globe through just and sustainable responses to hunger, poverty, displacement and disaster.
We pay for additional materials and furniture, the library volunteer program (County’s most successful), and numerous public programs at the Clayton Community Library.
We organize homeless people and service providers to create permanent solutions to homelessness, while protecting the rights of those forced to remain on the streets.
Emergency, transitional, and permanent housing with supportive services to homeless women and children, as well as affordable housing to low and very low income households.