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Community Action Partnership partners with the community to empower low-income families through community engage-ment, health and wellness, education and financial stability strategies.
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.
We exist as a child-advocacy ministry to release children from their spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty to become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults.
Conservation Corps North Bay develops youth and conserves natural resources for a strong, sustainable community.
We are a group of active retired police officers whose mission is to prevent violence, drug abuse, gangs and juvenile delinquency in Contra Costa County
You can mean the difference between life and death for a child born with thalassemia. Support the Cooley’s Anemia Foundation’s fight against this blood disorder.
Started in 1945 delivering CARE Packages to war-torn Europe. Today, working around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice.
Provide the power of hope to a foster child! CASA volunteers advocate for the needs of abused and neglected children, one child at a time.
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.
Encourage and enable life long learning in Cupertino by leveraging technology and reaching more middle school students using online databases made available through Cupertino Library.
An independent international medical humanitarian organization that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics and natural disasters in more than 70 countries.
Putting our Christian faith into action to help people, we empower Chinese-American individuals and their families to participate and contribute positively toward a healthy society.
We are a STEM incubator for 3rd -12th grade underserved, underrepresented and low-income rising youth. We utilize Khan Academy math and Lego Education robotics.
We advocate for economic and social justice by developing grassroots leadership, building affordable housing and neighborhood assets, and providing economic development opportunities to low-and moderate-income families.
Easterseals is the nation’s leading non-profit provider of rehabilitation services to children and adults with disabilities as well as support to their families.
Fights world hunger by helping people help themselves. Provides training, information and seeds to agricultural workers and missionaries working with farmers in 165+ countries.
Established in 1981, we provide a comprehensive array of social, emotional, academic and economic development services that strengthen families and build community stability.
El Centro PAL is a Juvenile Crime Prevention Program providing services to youth in El Centro, Ca. and currently outreaches to youth from throughout Imperial County.
Women’s health organization committed to the belief that sexual and reproductive health is a human right and vital for women to reach their full potential.
Leads the fight to stop seizures, find a cure, and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy through education, advocacy and research.
Facilitates healthier, more fulfilling lives in communities struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster, and disease, in three signature program areas: Women, Children, and Climate.
Fairytale Town is a nonprofit children’s storybook park and education center dedicated to promoting the imagination, creativity and education of children.
Cultivating nurturing/knowledgeable families to protect and meaningfully enhance the welfare & stability of vulnerable children and their families through fostercare, adoption & parenting.
Our mission is to enhance the wellbeing of children and families in partnership with our community.
Advancing faith, family, and freedom in government and culture from a Christian worldview.
FSASB provides crisis intervention, consoling and educational services to prevent domestic violence and child abuse/neglect and promote family wellness and unity.
HELP CHILDREN, ADULTS AND FAMILIES HEAL FROM VIOLENCE.
Volunteers hand pack scientifically formulated meals for undernourished children, which are distributed to a network of 80+ partners in 60+ countries each.
One of the world’s leading anti-hunger organizations, bringing together caring individuals to provide food, water, education, and job training in 50 states and 10 countries.
To alleviate poverty through lasting solutions that help people build assets, create jobs and raise their standard of living.
Lawsuits, research, and education to defend the People’s rights, including the right to keep and bear arms, free speech, due process, and more.
FIRESafe MARIN: Reduces wildfire hazards and improves fire-safety awareness in Marin County. Provides community resources for mitigating fire danger and enhancing wildfire safety.
Five Talents’ vision is to eradicate extreme poverty by restoring human dignity and creating strong, sustainable communities. Our mission is to transform lives through economic empowerment, recently focused on marginalized communities in conflicted areas.
Community organization providing youth and adult baseball programs to develop physical skills, sportsmanship, leadership and citizenship.
To educate the general public by preserving and maintaining railroad history through the Folsom Railroad Museum and community events like the Folsom Handcar Derby.
We encourage people to use their individual choices to eat with their ethics and use their collective voices to help bring about positive change.
A Christian international relief and development organization responding to human suffering and graduating communities from extreme poverty.
The Foodbank provides basic sustenance and proper nutrition to the community’s impoverished citizens. Food is obtained, stored, packaged, and distributed to hundreds of community-based agencies.
Works to free people from slavery, help them build new lives, and dismantle the systems that allow slavery to flourish.
Dog rescue dedicated to rescuing bully breeds (Pit Bull Terriers, etc.) We provide a healthy, loving temporary home while we look for homes.
Public libraries anchor their communities and change lives. We support the San Francisco Public Library through fundraising and advocacy.
FCSN helps children and adults with special needs (developmental disabilities) and their families to find love, hope, and respect through integrated community involvement.
Dedicated to providing food, clothing, rental assistance, and other basic needs through a program to reduce the poverty levels of farm workers.
We’re 2.6 million strong—1.8 million girls and 800,000 adults who believe in the power of every G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader)™ to change the world.
Girl Scouts engaging in STEAM studies, outdoor adventures, and entrepreneurial leadership activities build courage, confidence, and character to make the world a better place.
Support more than 100 trusted international charities addressing critical humanitarian issues throughout the world, such as disaster response, human trafficking, education, clean water and hunger.
We serve more than 3,000 veterans annually, helping connect them with housing, jobs, benefits, and take-home items such as food, clothing, and health care equipment.
Assist renters in gaining access to fair housing. Prevent discrimination by landlords and inform renters of their rights under the law.
Supports women and children in transition by providing a safe sanctuary to live in and delivers programs that develop life skills, fosters stability, and self-reliance.
Builds affordable homes for ownership for low income families, provides critical repairs to homeowners that are low income and iads senior with exterior painting of homes and ramps and rails for long term mobility