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We serve our local homeless community by providing transitional housing for single adults, mentoring to students, and outreach services such as meals and showers.
CASA El Dorado recruits, trains and manages court appointed special advocates that advocate on behalf of children in the foster care system in our community.
Casa Pacifica restores hope, enhances resilience, and strengthens community connections for children, young adults and families at the most challenging times of their lives.
Our Montessori based faith formation helps children ages 3-12 cultivate deep, lifelong relationships with Christ.
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.
The CCC Foundation’s mission is to support the California Conservation Corps’ mission and programs through philanthropy.
Presenting stories conveying the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible. Connecting filmmakers and their stories to people and communities.
Maximizing communication potential through early education, family support and community audiology services.
We provide immediate, effective, and comprehensive employment services exclusively to individuals who have recently returned home from incarceration.
Our mission is to improve the social, emotional, psychological, economic, and physical health of refugees and immigrants
CFF responds to the needs of fathers and their families by offering programs and services that lead to family growth, enrichment, and empowerment.
CUESA is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization†dedicated to growing thriving communities through the power and joy of local food.
?To build community strength by advocating for policies and rendering services which foster self-sufficiency and cultural enrichment.†Hospitality House encourages self-help, mutual respect, and increased self-esteem. The goal of these efforts is to make the heart of San Francisco a better place for us all.
CCGIA strives to provide the most up to date training, information and intelligence to working investigators and law enforcement officers by providing affordable classes.
Challenger Center seeks to ignite student potential. Through our simulated science adventures, we show students new skills and ideas that can prepare them for success.
Providing programs to educate and empower all those who need it, with a special emphasis on limited English proficient, low-income, and recent immigrants.
Chico Community Children’s Center provides childcare services on a sliding scale, combined with age appropriate educational programs to low income families with qualifying needs.
We support and strengthen families to prevent child abuse from occurring and support youth in foster care to successfully emancipate.
Child care information and referrals; child care subsidies for low income families; quality assessment, technical assistance, training and consultation for child care providers.
We train Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) who help foster and at-risk children become happy and healthy, and return them to safe and thriving families.
Improving the quality of life for youth in foster care,‚Ä†juvenile justice care, and foster care alumni‚Ä†with stable, consistent mentoring, advocacy, and supportive services.
Helping deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity to become young adults and leaders who bring lasting and positive change to their communities.
We aim to create a world without poverty where every child, family and community is connected, productive and thriving, through health, education, empowerment and employment.
The CCHAT Center is an auditory/oral program where children who are deaf or hard of hearing learn to listen and develop spoken language.
Because we care about orphans and vulnerable children, we provide for their welfare and education, rescuing them from abuse and exploitation, creating brighter futures.
The Children’s Museum of Sonoma County’s mission is to insprie curiousity and creativity through joyful, trans-formative experiences. Located on 4.2 acres, it provides hands-on exhibits and programs for children.
A safe haven for children, youth and families affected by abuse, neglect, behavioral health issues and trauma in the Sacramento region.
CCCC provides early education and social services to immigrant families in SF integrating them into American society to gain economic stability while maintaining cultural identity.
We strive to build strong kids, strong families and strong communities by enriching the lives of all people in spirit, mind and body.
We serve over 140,000 members of the community annually, sparking intercultural discovery through art, education, and engagement.
The Chinese Newcomers Service Center (CNSC) mission is to provide underserved communities with social, economic, workforce, and business services to transform their lives.
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.
We exist to†Mobilize Mercy†throughout the Tri-Valley!
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.
Subsidized child care, resource and referral, Parent Voices, Violence Prevention Program, CCIP program
We promote economic justice and fairness by providing financial inclusion solutions based on the latest research, backed by our financial industry partners, and delivered by organizations representing the communities we serve.
CHOC provides community and economic development opportunities focused on asset development, job creation, and comprehensive direct services with children, families and seniors.
We enable 90+ charities who work in education, arts, animal welfare, social and environmental justice, to improve the lives of over 600,000 people.
CWC acts as a catalyst for community-driven water solutions through organizing, education, and advocacy in California.
Striving to maximize educational opportunities for Morongo Basin_x000D_ students by meeting their basic needs, scholastic challenges and life_x000D_ issues to help them achieve success.
To guide students toward excellence in academic, social, physical, and spiritual development based on Christian principles.
CASA trains and supports court appointed volunteers to be voices for abused, neglected, or delinquent children in the court system._x000D_
We ensure consistency and support for children in the foster care system through the use of volunteer advocates advancing the best interests of each child.
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!
World Concern, a division of Crista Ministries is a global relief and development agency extending opportunity and hope to people facing extreme poverty.
Actively pursuing charitable opportunities, fundraising, and fostering community partnerships that endorse the growth of resourceful tools and applications that further the mission of our university.
CureSearch funds research projects designed to find new and better therapies for children’s cancers and hosts collaborative opportunities for leaders across the pediatric cancer ecosystem.
To survive climate change, we focus on solutions and adaptation while providing opportunities for education, action, and policy implementation to address this collective crisis.
The purpose of Davis Community Meals and Housing is to provide low-income and homeless individuals and families with housing, food, and human services to help them rebuild their lives.
Advocacy, communication assistance, counseling, employment assistance, information & referral, community education, interpreting services, independent living skills instruction, family intervention services, support groups, and literacy classes.