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Helping children overcome the effects of abuse, assault, neglect, or mental illness through treatment and family education so they may thrive in safe homes.
Mission to counsel physically, sexually, and emotionally abused children, and to focus on prevention, community education and breaking the cycle of generational abuse
CAA advocates in and on behalf of the Asian and Pacific American community for racial justice, immigrant rights, and equal opportunities for communities of color.
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.
We operate the oldest public conflict resolution center in the US, training volunteer mediators who help people resolve their personal, domestic, residential and community disputes.
A countywide nonprofit that administers charitable funds established through gifts and bequests from individuals, families, and organizations, and maintains funds for providing countywide disaster support.
We enable 90+ charities who work in education, arts, animal welfare, social and environmental justice, to improve the lives of over 600,000 people.
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.
Advocacy, communication assistance, counseling, employment assistance, information & referral, community education, interpreting services, independent living skills instruction, famliy intervention services, support groups, and literacy classes.
Earthjustice wields the power of law to preserve magnificent places and wildlife, protect people’s health, advance clean energy, and combat climate change—without charging clients.
We protect and defend the rights of children and youth through effective, vigorous and compassionate legal advocacy.
El Centro PAL is a Juvenile Crime Prevention Program providing services to youth in El Centro, Ca. and currently outreaches to youth from throughout Imperial County.
Our mission is ending HIV in Sonoma County while supporting the health and well-being of people living with HIV/AIDS. We offer HIV prevention education and services to Sonoma County and we empower clients living with HIV with supportive services including housing assistance, benefits counseling, information, referrals, and transportation.
Advancing faith, family, and freedom in government and culture from a Christian worldview.
FADF provides programs, information and resources to strengthen the social, physical and economic well-being of underserved Filipino Americans and surrounding CA communities.
To alleviate poverty through lasting solutions that help people build assets, create jobs and raise their standard of living.
Works to free people from slavery, help them build new lives, and dismantle the systems that allow slavery to flourish.
Advocacy for the rights and needs of abused and neglected children providing caring relationships, resources and recommendations to the court.
Raise public awareness and funding for work of the San Francisco Commission and Department on the Status of Women. Policy areas we focus our work on are stopping violence against women, eliminating human trafficking and promoting gender equality.
Supporting Roseville Libraries by raising funds through used book sales and in-library bookstores, promoting awareness of their importance. All volunteer, no paid staff.
Inspiring greater giving to foster critical humanitarian development throughout the world; supporting global causes such as disaster response, global health, education and reducing inequalities.
IImproving access to hospice and palliative care worldwide where the need is great and resources are few through collaborative partnerships between US and international organizations.
GITC supports highly-engaged student learning in public schools by training and equipping teachers and school staff to integrate music with academic instruction and SEL.
We envision a world where all people have access to quality health care, working to achieve health for all by educating & supporting health workers.
Catholic Charities is a multi-service organization that provides a range of services for the poor, homeless and destitute in both Imperial and San Diego Counties.
Defend the rights of people worldwide. We scrupulously investigate abuses, expose the facts widely, and pressure those with power to respect rights and secure justice.
Co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, we support persons with disabilities and vulnerable groups in situations of conflict, natural disaster, and poverty in 60 countries.
Prevent child abuse, raise public awareness through free countywide Parent Education Programs in English/Spanish, Parent Community Seminars, community collaborations and the Annual Children’s Fair.
Support independent, investigative community journalism focused on the critical issues of social justice, healthcare, mental health, economic disparity, immigration, wildfires and the environment.
Providing legal help for those who cannot hire private attorneys because of limited financial resources and language barriers which may include illiteracy.
Anchored in the principle of human dignity, ICRW advances gender equity, social inclusion and shared prosperity.
Helping children avoid problems with drugs and alcohol through after school activities. We build character through athletics, education, camping and arts -. serving 1000 children/week.
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.
Provide Books, Periodicals, Videos, Audio Materials to the community. Archive Materials Celebrating the contributions of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Gender Non-Conforming People In the Greater Sacramento Region.
Committed to protecting the rights and economic self-sufficiency of low-wage and marginalized workers and communities by providing free legal services, education, and advocacy.
LSC assists low-income youth who deserve to be raised in a healthy environment with access to services that are necessary to thrive and grow.
Promotes the independence, equality and self-reliance of people who are blind or visually impaired through rehabilitation training, employment programs, advocacy and an array of services.
Madera Coalition for community justice is a community based organization founded in 1994. its mission is to build community capacity through self-help projects engaging residents
Christian organization providing life-changing medicines and health supplies to people in need. Serving all people, regardless of religion, gender, race, nationality, or ethnic background.
Martha’s serves homeless and impoverished individuals through transitional housing, meals, counseling, healthcare, children’s programs, recovery services, employment and education services, and emergency assistance.
Founded in 1985, we are a national nonprofit organization working to end hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds in the US and Israel.
Mental Health America (MHA), founded in 1909, is the nation’s leading community-based non-profit dedicated to helping all Americans achieve wellness by living mentally healthier lives.
Our organization promotes the use of live individualized therapeutic music, offered by CMPs in the healthcare environment to reduce both mental and physical suffering.
NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
We save historically important American films that wouldn’t survive without public support, enabling organizations across 50 states to make available thousands of films.