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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.
Operates programs geared toward helping our region’s most vulnerable children and youth: those with complex trauma and severe emotional and behavioral issues.
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.
Our Montessori based faith formation helps children ages 3-12 cultivate deep, lifelong relationships with Christ.
Vulnerable Californians of all ages and circumstances benefit from a full range of services designed to alleviate poverty and to promote self-sufficiency.
Offers comprehensive services aimed at the poor and vulnerable throughout Los Angeles, Ventura & Santa Barbara counties through 22 community centers, seven homeless shelters, and programs providing basic emergency assistance, youth services, support for the frail elderly, and immigration and refugee services.
The foundation develops, acquires and distributes funds that provide support to parish, educational, religious, charitable and other organizations comprising the Catholic community of the county.
Improve quality of life for persons with Celiac Disease; promote awareness of disease among general public, medical practitioners, consumer product manufacturers and restaurants.
Maximizing communication potential through early education, family support and community audiology services.
The Center for Educational Partnerships creates collaborations that support preparation for and success in higher education. Our focus is on equity and access for all.
Provides low-income individuals with hands-on, competency-based vocational training in relevant occupations concurrent with job placement, supportive services, and basic remediation.
We provide programs to strengthen youth and families through our Adult Services Parent Center and MASTERS Expanded Learning Program in 16 schools across Sacramento.
Our mission is to inspire, educate, and cultivate future generations of farmers, agricultural leaders and natural resource stewards.
Support people with any level of visual impairment to enhance their quality of life by developing independence.
To promote education and livelihood skills, especially for girls and women, in the remote regions of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Tajikistan.
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
Engaging students and teachers in dynamic exploration and discovery opportunities that strengthen knowledge in STEM and provide outlets to learn and apply important life skills.
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.
Our agency provides affordable child care services on a sliding scale, combined with age appropriate educational programs to income eligible families with qualifying needs.
Providing Guatemalan children an escape from poverty through literacy by training teachers, librarians, improving libraries, and providing thousands of Spanish language children’s books each year.
Provides resources for families to locate and pay for high quality early education and care settings; Improves program quality through professional development and business assistance.
Helping deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity to become young adults and leaders who bring lasting and positive change to their communities.
Working to eradicate poverty by surrounding kids with a team, a place and a path out of poverty through health, education, empowerment and employment programs.
Because we care about orphans and vulnerable children worldwide, we provide for their welfare and education, rescuing them from abuse and creating brighter futures.
Providing early education and social services for new immigrant and bilingual/bicultural families in San Francisco. Integrating these families into American society while maintaining cultural identity.
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.
We serve over 140,000 members of the community annually, sparking intercultural discovery through art, education, and engagement.
Co-educational college preparatory high school in the Lasallian Catholic tradition, educating young men and women of character who enter to learn and leave to serve.
Ministering to America’s military and their families worldwide empowering them in their Christian faith, advancing Bible studies, linkups, mentoring, fellowship, resources, personal contact and encouragement.
Internationally recognized biomedical research, treatment and educational institution, physicians/scientists are dedicated to the prevention and cure of cancer, diabetes, HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening diseases.
Manassas, Gettysburg, Antietam, Fredericksburg: Don’t let developers pave over our nation’s past. If we don’t save America’s battlefields now, we risk losing them forever!
We pay for additional materials and furniture, the library volunteer program (County’s most successful), and numerous public programs at the Clayton Community Library.
CDSDP is a health care organization with medical and dental clinics offering an array of services. Clinics are located throughout Imperial & Riverside County.
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.
Our missing is to empower students from underserved communities to graduate from college by providing quality academic, social-emotional, financial support.
CAPSLO seeks to end the perpetuation of poverty by empowering low-income individuals and families to achieve self-sufficiency through an array of community-based programs.
Community Action Partnership partners with the community to empower low-income families through community engage-ment, health and wellness, education and financial stability strategies.
Help 4Cs provide affordable, safe, healthy and educational care for at-risk children, as well as resources, referrals and nutritious meal reimbursements!
Serving diverse population of high need/at-risk youth with core programs and services including behavioral health, community/school outreach, education, intervention, leadership development, and workforce development.
CYM provides opportunities for growth to undeserved youth through after-school programs, teen moms support groups, parenting programs, substance abuse counseling, and restorative justice mediation programs.
The school provides private school education to Preschool-8th grade children as well as provides community-based activities for families.
CAIR California works to enhance understanding of Islam, protect civil liberties, promote justice, and empower American Muslims.
We recruit, tran and support volunteers to speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children on the welfare and juvenile court systems.
The CASA program recruits, trains, and supports volunteer advocates as a voice for the best interest of abused and neglected children during the court process.
Homeless youth receive life saving assistance through outreach, shelter and transitional housing, case management, medical/psychiatric/mental health, education/employment and youth development programs.
35,000 most troubled kids served through therapeutic music, dance, writing, art and theater. Thousands vulnerable children attend concerts and plays. Arts mentoring transforms lives!
Provides direct support and assistance to victims of crime and their families, collaborates with district attorneys, law enforcement, and others determined to enhance public safety.
Provides compassionate, practical support and education to women, teens and families experiencing pregnancy decisions.
World Concern: A Division of CRISTA Ministries served over 6.5 million people in 12 Countries utilizing a variety of programs including providing disaster relief, food, medicine, education, business loans, agricultural development, child protection, clean water, and sanitation.