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We provide affordable, comprehensive social services to mentally-diverse young people ages zero through twenty-two years in the Sacramento region, to produce best-outcomes.
Provides housing and services at two sites, Quinn Cottages and Serna Village, for formerly homeless individuals and families, supporting them from hopelessness to self-sustainability.
We support the health and wellness of the most marginalized, advocate for equality and justice, and work to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community.
Our organization provides residential substance abuse treatment for men and women. Since 1964 we have helped thousands start their journey to recovery.
Our goal is to provide assistance to SCI individuals for independant & safety improvements, smarthome & intensive physical & occupational rehabilitation.
Mini-grants, workshops, and annual conference for small nonprofits; host annual MLK Jr. King Service Day, annual Kwanzaa and Walter Bremond Service Award.
SVC’s mission is to preserve the beauty, character and diversity of the Sacramento Valley landscape for future generations.
Brain injuries occur every 15 seconds. It can happen to anyone: accidents, sport injuries, strokes, aneurysms, tumors, military related injuries, illness. Offer hope and support.
Vital services and programs for people living with HIV/AIDS that increase status awareness, reduce new infections and increase access to care for underserved populations.
We provide no-cost, medically approved, screening for early detection of cancer in both active and retired San Francisco Firefighters.
Your support will help provide resources needed to help San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center provide care for thousands of patients and their families.
Serving San Francisco’s children, adults and families with medical, dental, mental health, HIV and emergency services; as well as monitoring air, water, and food safety.
A community foundation with 90 years of successful partnering with the community and grant making, making lives better for the citizens of Santa Barbara County.
We provide excellent, culturally responsive, comprehensive primary health that is accessbile to all. We care for he whole person with compassion and respect.
CureSarcoma. This rare cancer of connective tissues is prevalent in children and receives little government funding, yet impacts 50,000 kids and adults daily.
Save the Children does whatever it takes – every day and in times of crisis – transforming children’s lives and the future we share.
Brain Injury Support – you are not alone. Brain injury, stroke or consussion, there is a place to go for continued rehabilitation, education, support and community.
Help researchers end this life-threatening and debilitating illness. Thousands will die this year. Your generous support funds medical research that will help save lives!
Corazón Healdsburg programs aim to improve health and wellbeing for all who live and work in Healdsburg through innovative partnerships and community driven programming.
Our mission is to promote the Independence, dignity and self-worth of seniors by empowering seniors to help themselves and by providing multicultural and multilingual services.
Born out of a passion to serve, Serve the People provides for the physical, mental, and emotional needs of those facing poverty, illness, and oppression.
Imagine being blind one day and seeing the next. Sustainable programs prevent blindness/restore sight in underserved and impoverished populations, helping 4 million people see.
Whether they are facing breast cancer or HIV/AIDS, we ensure our clients don’t face a life-threatening illness alone by providing non-judgmental, compassionate health-enhancing services.
We are servants who provide care and assistance to those in need and act as advocates for systemic change.
We build strong communities by nurturing the potential of youth, helping people live healthier, and supporting our neighbors.
Transforming the lives of children through expert care, teaching and research in burns, spinal cord injuries, pediatric surgery and orthopaedics.
SPH provides FREE and CONFIDENTIAL medical and resources services to women and men: Pregnancy Testing, Ultrasound and STI testing, and Parenting Classes.
We provide hygiene products and basic needs with dignity and compassion so individuals and organizations can focus on greater goals like health, housing, and employment.
Provide access to emergency food, clothing, resources and education. SEMC creates a path to self-sufficiency in the lives of those in need.
Sisters of Nia seeks to empower socio-economically disadvantaged adolescent girls by providing cultural educational programs to instill strong social skills, leadership development, and academic excellence.
Skin cancer, the world’s most common cancer, is occurring at epidemic levels. Your support enables us to continue our public education programs and groundbreaking research.
Smile Train is an international children’s charity with a sustainable approach to a single, solvable problem: cleft lip and palate.
Largest national charitable organization engaging the ME/CFS community in research to accelerate discovery of safe and effective treatments and expand funding towards a cure.
Cultivates the leadership skills of residents to support early education and family engagement through eveidenced-based practices messaging campaigns and community organizing.
The Southeast Ventura County YMCA builds relationships, impacts lives and strengthens community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
Special Olympics is a year round program for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Training and competitions are offered in 12 Olympic style sports at no cost.
Provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Preventing spina bifida and enhancing the lives of all those affected through education, research, advocacy, and service.
A crippling form of spinal arthritis that strikes young people. We’re alone in our sole commitment to research, programs, and support of the spondylitis community.
Worldwide, a child is diagnosed every 3 minutes. Funding research is a child’s best hope for a cure. Help us save lives.
Our mission is to provide free health care services to low-income and uninsured residents in Southern California, through the support of generous volunteers and donors.
Our agency provides access to food (food locker and dining room), medical care (urgent care clinics), and clothing (including coats and shoes).
A nonprofit redevelopment company who’s mission is to revitalize the Oak Park neighborhood through public education and economic development.
St. Mary’s Center Serves homeless, and homebound seniors, facilitates independent living; family emergency food; educational enrichment Preschool.
We offer compassionate, individualized assistance to help our neediest neighbors obtain nutritious food, affordable housing, meaningful employment and a voice in their own community.
Father Joe’s Villages prevents and end homelessness by providing neighbors in need with individualized housing and supportive services, including meals, healthcare, childcare, and employment training.
Through Intensive Community Based Services, we empower youth and their families to solve serious challenges that threaten their ability to stay together.
Transitional housing program of reintegration and self help programs for men paroling from long-term incarceration. 10 years, 450 men, 0 new crimes.
The Stella Maris Surf Association is an outreach organization aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of children with autism through the sport of surfing.
Children and youth who struggle with mental illness face the everyday challenges of childhood and teen years with monumental and sometimes devastating barriers. We help.