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The goal of United Way is to promote lasting outcomes for working families in Fresno and Madera Counties. The heart of the work of United Way Fresno and Madera Counties is the 2-1-1 Call Center. This non-emergency hotline serves to connect the community with all the health and human services programs in the Valley to address immediate needs. Each year, United Way Fresno and Madera Counties offers free tax preparation services
We improve the capacity of people to care for one another
Using a collective impact approach – unifying the resources of local partners – we’ve been able to improve the lives of children and families across the region.
Working to break the cycle of poverty in the Coachella Valley. We mobilize the caring power of community for health, education, and financial stability.
Education, financial stability, and health are building blocks for a good life. We support programs advancing quality of life throughout our area.
Our Education Advocates assist students in the Achievement Gap and Students with Disabilities become proficient by providing tutors, mentors, and other services to help families.
Provides disadvantaged youth with high school education and environmental job training in the fields of conservation and recycling, making them employable while preserving natural resources.
held Troop Box Packing events, mailed care packages assisted military families helped veterans assisted military organizations placed flowers, flags, wreaths on Veterans’ graves, information booths
VYDC empowers under-served Asian-Pacific Islander and urban youth with the knowledge and confidence to define their future and reach their potential.
Provides educational photography programs including: exhibits of new and traditional directions in photography; lectures; workshops and student programs. Sponsors and coordinates Sacramento’s Biennial Photography Month.
Vital Link’s mission is to be the link between business and education to prepare students for the successful transition to a meaningful career.
Transforms the lives of abused, abandoned, or neglected children by providing them with trained volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs).
Provides free civil legal services (bankruptcy, family law, guardianship, probate, employment) to low income persons in Sacramento and surrounding counties through volunteer attorneys.
Provides foster care, adoption, transitional housing, and supportive services to foster youth.
Provides shelter, crisis intervention, counseling, legal, and response services to victims of domestic and sexual violence and provides school and community based prevention education.
We provide mind-body classes and services for patients, survivors and families affected by the trauma, stress and anxiety brought on by cancer.
Our mission is to empower qualifying students (low income, foster, homeless) to achieve their goals by providing affordable housing and support services.
West County Health Centers’ mission is to provide comprehensive, quality, accessible medical, dental,and behavioral health care services to the communities of western Sonoma County.
provides a wide spectrum of health & human services including mental health & wellness, addiction treatment & rehabilitation, Veterans services, housing services, education and prevention.
This summer youth development program, pays Oak Park youth a stipend to complete home maintenance projects for their neighbors and attend afternoon “soft skills” seminars.
WomanHaven provides emergency and transitional shelters for victims of domestic violence, plus legal advocacy, case management, educational/employment assistance, community education and therapy services.
WHW’s mission is to provide the unemployed and the underemployed the skills and resources they need to get and keep a good job.
Our mission is to educate and empower women who are homeless with the skills and confidence necessary to secure a job, create a healthy lifestyle, and regain a home for themselves and their children. Since 2001, 1,554 women have graduated from Women’s Emp
WTLC is dedicated to helping individuals and families escape the depths of domestic violence and exploitation; vision to end the cycle of violence and exploitation.
As a leader in youth development and education we actively guide young people to explore pathways to purposeful lives through art, dance and Stem concepts.
Working Wardrobes serves men, women, young adults and veterans with a comprehensive range of programs and services including workforce readiness, job training, and job placement.
Through the Power of Bicycles, we envision a world where distance is no longer a barrier to education, healthcare and economic opportunity.
Providing educational and mentoring programs for elementary, middle and high school youth with education awareness, self esteem building through art and health and food literacy.
We believe that critical thinking and clear writing skills are essential for a young person to succeed in school and beyond.
Services for youth and families in poverty. College and career readiness, school support and social, emotional skills. Provide opportunities, build skills and develop community leaders.
The YMCA of San Diego County offers exercise, aquatics, youth and adult sports, gymnastics, teen programs, camps, childcare, senior programs, social services and much more!
With a focus on developing the potential of children, healthy living, and social responsibility, the Y brings about meaningful change in the community.
To end hunger and malnutrition in Yolo County, we collect, store and distribute four million pounds of food annually, serving 55,000 people each month.
As the first established hospice experts in the Sacramento Valley, we have the longest regional track record in caring for people experiencing a life-limiting illness.
We build strong kids, strong families, and strong communities through programs and services that enrich the lives of all people in spirit, mind, and body.
Strengthening community is our cause. We develop youth, promote healthy living, and foster social responsibility to create positive and lasting personal and social change.
We serve families and seniors with affordable chilcare and fitness programs that include healthy living, education, fitness and mobility in a warm, family-like atmosphere.
We prevent youth violence and build youth leadership in California communities. Our goal is to interrupt the cycle of violence on the streets.
Establishing life-changing relationships with teens in schools, urban centers, juvenile justice facilities and on military bases,through mentoring, and sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Providing a safe place for abused and traumatized foster youth heal and grow through intensive residential treatment programs and community based counseling services since 1965
Cradle-to-college-and career services include early childhood education; K-12 programs like tutoring, afterschool, and college readiness; adult education and job training; and family supports.