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Critical link to quality child care services for parents and child care providers. Help with health services. Will provide 211 phone and data base that connects people to health and human service programs.
FSASB provides crisis intervention, consoling and educational services to prevent domestic violence and child abuse/neglect and promote family wellness and unity.
Volunteers hand pack scientifically formulated meals for undernourished children, which are distributed to a network of 75+ partners in 55+ countries each.‚Äã
A leading organization in the U.S. dedicated to ending hunger at home and internationally, we bring together caring individuals to serve children, families and communities.
A progressive, nonprofit animal welfare organization, we believe for every cat in need, there is a solution. We have a shelter and provide community programs.
To alleviate poverty through lasting solutions that help people build assets, create jobs and raise their standard of living.
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.
Transitional resource and support organization in Tracy for Veterans. They address PTSD, substance abuse, isolation, lack of sense of purpose and lack of peer support.
A local grass roots organization proving food assistance in El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, Alpine and Yolo County. With the help of a few key organizations and the assistance of the community over 15,000 less fortunate individuals are served each month!
A Christian international relief and development organization responding to human suffering and graduating communities from extreme poverty.
We provide comprehensive nutrition services, weekly groceries, hot lunches, vitamins, supplements and nutrition education to over 850 Sonoma County residents living with serious illnesses.
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.
We make healthier, more affordable meals accessible in nutritionally underserved areas, while also providing workforce training for at-risk youth.
We are a non-profit bereavement outreach organization available to those who are grieving a suicide death of family or friends. Offering support services since 1983.
We endeavor to be a financially-sustaining botanical garden displaying and preserving diverse plant life of mediterranean climate zones honoring and preserving our connection with nature.
Through education, support, recreation, edvocacy and partnerships, we will promote the wellbeing of our LGBTQI community.
Creating a gender-inclusive world for all children and youth by helping families, organizations, and institutions increase understandings of gender.
Inspiring greater giving to address critical humanitarian issues throughout the world, such as disaster response, human trafficking, education, clean water and hunger.
Our Mission is to utilize Goodwill resources to help people with disadvantages achieve self-sufficiency.
Paid work services for people with barriers to employment to become more self-sufficient. Thrift stores throughout provide help by providing job training.
Emergency lodging for the homeless. Dormitory setting for men and family shelter. Hot meals and social services. Additiction treatments and transitional housing.
Assistance to those transitioning living in shelters, hotels or family and friends by providing food, school suppiles. Bicycles for adults without transportation, clothing and hygiene products.
Assist renters in gaining access to fair housing. Prevent discrimination by landlords and inform renters of their rights under the law.
GSUL provides the basic education, life skills, job training and job placement services to youth, displaced adult workers and unemployed throughout the Sacramento Area.
A museum and memorial dedicted to preserving and sharing the history of San Francisco’s Fire, Police, Sheriff’s Departments, and Emergency Medical Services.
‚ÄãWe partner with families globally to strengthen communities, build or improve homes and advocate for everyone‚Äôs right to live in safe, affordable housing.‚Äã
Seeks to put God’s love into action by bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
San Gabriel Valley Habitat for Humanity transforms lives and communities by bringing people together to build, renovate, and repair affordable homes for families in need.
Provide charitable assistance to low and moderate-income households in Lake and Sonoma counties to rebuild homes destroyed by wildfires, for repairs and home improvements.
Co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, we support persons with disabilities and vulnerable groups in situations of conflict, natural disaster, and poverty in 60 countries.‚Äã
Providing residents with tools to become self-sufficent. Administer support services for case management and assessments, case planning, goal setting and job readiness.
HHREC creates intergenerational approaches to mental health, stress reduction retreats, positive messaging art contests and leadership for residents in Alameda County and the Bay Area.
We envision a world where all people have access to quality health care, working to achieve health for all by educating & supporting health workers.‚Äã
Saves the sight and lives of the vulnerable and disadvantaged; combats the causes and consequences of blindness, poor health and malnutrition.
For more than 135¬†years, HIAS has been helping refugees rebuild their lives in safety and freedom.
Financial assistance and curriculum relief to struggling home school families. We invest in widows, single parents, special needs children, and military families. Give. Volunteer. Pray.
Hopeless third-world children provided shelter, meals, education, medical needs and compassion services to lepers, refugees, widows, with physical, vocational, and spiritual support, including American Indians.
Shelter for homeless and low-income families. Services that cultivate self-respect, self-reliance and spiritual direction. Food, shelter clothing, case management.
Provides information and resources to educate the public and foster sound public policy to end discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Americans.
‚ÄãDefend the rights of people worldwide. We scrupulously investigate abuses, expose the facts widely, and pressure those with power to respect rights and secure justice.
Prevent child abuse, raise public awareness through free countywide bilingual Parent Education Programs, Parent Community Seminars, community collaborations and the Annual Children’s Fair.
Interfaith–a “Housing First” agency—utilizes evidence-based practices and three core components to reduce homelessness: 1) Housing Location/Placement 2)Financial Assistance 3) Housing Stabilization.
Anchored in the principle of human dignity, ICRW advances gender equity, social inclusion and shared prosperity.‚Äã
Global humanitarian organization saving lives and building self-reliance by providing vital medical care; training healthcare providers; rebuilding clinics; and improving water & sanitation.
Provides humanitarian/development assistance to people in U.S., Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East who have been devastated by man-made and natural disasters.
Alleviates human suffering by providing health services and other assistance to victims of disaster, poverty and neglect, in the United States and around the world.
Responding to the world‚Äôs worst humanitarian crises, helping people to survive, recover and reclaim control of their future.
500 million people‚Äîmost in remote and difficult locations‚Äîhave no Scripture in a language they fully comprehend. We‚Äôre here to do something about that.