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Assisted living community for the elderly. Located in SF’s Japantown, our mission is to provide a caring environment through culture sensitive setting.
La Luz Center strengthens community through family services, economic advancement and community engagement.
Improves quality of life for older people in Marin County by providing connection with friendly volunteers, thus reducing social isolation and loneliness.
An independent choice-based food pantry providing assistance to residents of the Conejo Valley, giving the underemployed, seniors, disabled, and food insecure families dignity.
The mission is to help our neighbors in need to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty by promoting self-sufficiency.
We deliver healthy meals and provide services_x0013_ fall prevention, friendly visits, care management, and more_x0013_ that empower seniors to live independently, safely, and with dignity.
Meals on Wheels delivers nutritious meals to 2,200 local homebound seniors enabling them to retain their independence and remain at home.
Meals On Wheels of San Francisco is committed to the belief that all seniors have the right to live independently, with dignity and respect, in their homes for as long as it is safely possible. It is our mission to provide isolated homebound seniors in San Francisco with nutritious meals, daily human contact, and supportive services to prevent their premature institutionalization.
Meals on Wheels of Solano County, Inc. is committed to providing and delivering nutritous meals to homebound seniors; while serving the same healthy meals to active seniors at congregate dining sites at the local senior centers.
Lonely, isolated, hungry seniors need our daily, nutritious meals to keep them healthy and independent. Help provide vital food and friendship to these vulnerable seniors.
Music Partners in Healthcare advocates for the use live therapeutic music, provided by certified musicians, in healthcare environments in the greater Sacramento area.
Providing culturally competent and linguistically appropriate legal representation, social services, and advocacy for the marginalized segments of the community; low-income women, seniors, immigrants, youth.
We support independent living for elders and adults with medical challenges through a day health program that optimizes the physical and psycho-social well-being.
Orange County United Wayís mission is to improve lives by delivering measurable long-term solutions to complex issues in education, financial stability, health and housing.
We are dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with Parkinson’s, their families, and care partners throughout our region. _x000D_
The purpose of Peninsula Volunteers is to create a community in which seniors are engaged, cared for, and respected as vital members of our community through high quality nutritional, educational, active, and engaging programs.
PPSC is dedicated to improving the social and economic health of our community by providing programs that strengthen the dignity and self-sufficiency of the individual.
Rescue dogs and cats being killed in public facilities; assist low-income seniors with pet healthcare; provide free spay/neutering to the public.
We have programs in prisons around the world that are proven to restore prisoners, help their families, and integrate them back into the community.
We give families living in low-income communities the tools they need to cultivate strong communities, positive changes, and hopeful futures through innovative programs and services.
Helping low-income elderly and disabled homeowners live in warmth, safety and independence through repairs & modifications of homes and nonprofit facilities benefiting under-served populations.
We seek to end hunger in our community, providing nutritious food to thousands of families and individuals across five counties in northern California.
We support the physical, mental, and emotional health of disabled children and adults with therapeutic equine-assisted activities. Changing Lives One Ride At A Time!
We provide access to food through our food locker programs and dining room and assist families with rent and utility payments.
Enhancing Japanese speaking seniors lives through education. We offer a caring place for them with social, educational, recreational and health activities.
Bring joy to lonely elders in San Francisco. Help us provide companionship and social support to isolated seniors through our volunteer-based programs.
Since 1966, Self-Help for the Elderly has provided assistance and support to seniors in the San Francisco area. We provide trustworthy and devoted care for seniors to promote their independence, dignity and self-worth. Our non-profit services and companionship help guide seniors to wellness and happiness. We want to contribute to longer, healthier, more purposeful lives for seniors.
Charity for extremely low income seniors, Veterans and disabled. Rehabilitate their homes allowing them to keep their homes free from the fear of homelessness.
Our goal is to enhance the lives of seniors in our community through exercise, art, social activities and fun.
We’ve supported safe and quality cleft care for 1.5M+ children and will continue to do so until every child in need has access to care.
The Southeast Asian Community Center develops and administers programs that serve the needs of the Southeast Asian communities of Northern California.
Provides board and care for the elderly. Comfortable room and three nutritious meals daily, transportation, supervision of medication, assistance in obtaining medical and social services.
St. Maryís Center is a community of hope, justice, and healing that serves at-risk seniors and preschoolers in the heart of Oakland. We strive to improve quality of life through counseling, shelter, nutrition, advocacy and social support.
Committed to restoring sight and transforming lives of blind people in developing countries. Since 1974, nearly half a million people have received free eye surgery.
Providing nutritious food to people in need throughout the US. Our gleaning programs save good produce from going to waste for donation to hunger-relief agencies.
United Way Fresno and Madera Counties dismantles systemic barriers to prosperity through the creation and implementation of collaborative community solutions.
We improve the capacity of people to care for one another
For almost 70 years, we have been dedicated to the work of addressing root causes and improving the well-being of our community. We seek to accomplish this doing in two critical ways:
Build United: United Way of Stanislaus County strongly believes in the importance of nonprofit capacity building. Until an organization can build the capacity to reach the “point of innovation”- and stay there-it’s unlikely to be able to meet the needs of the population it serves in the long term.
United Way realizes that there is no better way to increase efficiency, breakdown silos, and make bigger impact than to intentionally invest in nonprofits. We equip nonprofits with tools, through peer learning sessions, capacity assessment exercises, and funding to strengthen their effectiveness and fulfill their missions.
211 Stanislaus County: We play the role of connector for community residents as they look for resources to support themselves and their families. 211 is a free resource referral service that is available for any county resident in need of resources that include access to food, shelter, utility and rental assistance, mental health, domestic violence support, and many more.
It is only through generous donations from partners like you that United Way of Stanislaus County can make an impact on our community!
Working to break the cycle of poverty in the Coachella Valley. We mobilize the caring power of community for health, education, and financial stability.
Collecting and preserving narratives of veterans of African descent, while teaching youth the documentary and exhibit curation processes.
UpValley Family Centers provide guidance, support and resources in the community, in the home and for the individual, so that everyone can achieve a better life. We serve the northern Napa County, with offices in Calistoga and St. Helena. We serve children, youth, adults and families who live and work in the rural communities of Calistoga, St. Helena, Deer Park, Angwin, Pope Valley, Lake Berryessa, Oakville, and Rutherford.
PROVIDES ELDERCARE RESOURCE CENTER AND SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR CAREGIVERS
VAR focuses our mission to organize, advocate, and educate our community. We accomplish this through mobilization, advocacy, and education ñ mobilization through events and coalition building, advocacy through empowering and strategy, and education through panels, workshops and cultural events.
TO GLEAN SURPLUS FOOD FROM AVAILABLE SOURCE AND NON-PROFIT CHARITABLE ORG
The industry leader specializing in home health, hospice services, along with private duty care, equipment loans, free care programs and bereavement support groups and counseling.
Vivalonís mission is to promote the independence, well-being and quality of life for older adults and people living with disabilities in Marin County. Vivalon believes that older adults in our community are not a special case. They are people who have invested in our neighborhoods, our retails centers and our schools by living, working and raising their families here. Now itís our responsibility to honor and respect those who have been part of the fabric of Marin for decades by both paying them back and paying it forward for others who will need these services someday. Vivalonís mission will be realized when aging adults who call Marin County home continue to enjoy the extraordinary benefits of living in this exceptional community.
Dedicated to providing supportive services and volunteer programs to individuals and families who are facing challenging circumstances and difficult life transitions.
We provide medical, dental, prenatal, behavioral health, gender-affirming care, and enrollment services to individuals whether they have private insurance, public insurance, or no insurance!
At WISEPlace, we transform the lives of homeless women by providing transitional shelter and wrap around services to move them to self sufficiency.
Relief and development organization helping children worldwide by tackling causes of poverty and developing access to clean water, food, health care, education and economic opportunity.