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Protect and nurture underprivileged seniors! We provide food, spiritual support, social interaction to dependent and lonely elderly, respecting the dignity and worth of each individual.
Providing quality primary and preventative medical care, behavioral health care including substance abuse, emergency food, outreach/resource center and fitness center in the Shingletown area.
The Senior Nutrition Program provides a hot nutritious meal and serves as a gateway to other services for the elderly in the Tahoe-Truckee region.
Provide access to emergency food, clothing, resources and education. SEMC creates a path to self-sufficiency in the lives of those in need.
SLO NOOR Foundation provides free medical, dental and vision care to uninsured individuals who would otherwise not have access to care.
The Southeast Ventura County YMCA builds relationships, impacts lives and strengthens community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
Shelters homeless, neglected, and abused pets and livestock; investigates animal cruelty; and rescues and rehabilitates orphaned or injured wildlife.
Our mission is to provide free health care services to low-income and uninsured residents in Southern California, through the support of generous volunteers and donors.
SMSC educates and empowers individuals with developmental disabilities to realize their full potential through a program providing vocational training, basic life skills, and social interaction.
St. Mary’s Center Serves homeless, and homebound seniors, facilitates independent living; family emergency food; educational enrichment Preschool.
We offer compassionate, individualized assistance to help our neediest neighbors obtain nutritious food, affordable housing, meaningful employment and a voice in their own community.
Father Joe’s Villages prevents and end homelessness by providing neighbors in need with individualized housing and supportive services, including meals, healthcare, childcare, and employment training.
Transitional housing program of reintegration and self help programs for men paroling from long-term incarceration. 10 years, 450 men, 0 new crimes.
Preventing homelessness and hunger for low-income families and seniors: Financial aid (rent, utilities, medical bills): weekly/monthly food and produce, holiday gifts, budget counselling, referrals.
Committed to restoring sight and transforming lives of blind people in developing countries. Since 1974, nearly half a million people have received free eye surgery.
We are a Community Outreach Organization that provides for the less fortunate and the homeless. Our mission is to provide food, clothing and shelter to those in need.
Illumination Foundation’s mission is to provide targeted, interdisciplinary services for the most vulnerable homeless clients to break or prevent the cycle of homelessness.
We gift fresh floral bouquets to local hospice patients and seniors in need of joy, using repurposed flowers and vases.
Emergency Food Program, Lodging, Utility Assistance, Seasonal Programs, Bus Tickets, Gas Vouchers, Seniors/Homeless Feeding, Summer Community Camps, Hospitality House Showers, Youth Programs.
Provide food, clothing, financial support to financially qualified people that live in our service area.
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We improve the capacity of people to care for one another
Working to break the cycle of poverty in the Coachella Valley. We mobilize the caring power of community for health, education, and financial stability.
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
Valley Caregiver Resource Center is a non-profit agency that assists seniors and family caregivers, providing free and low-cost services to families with elder care issues.
Veterans Legal Institute is a 501 (c)(3) organization that provides pro bono legal services to homeless, disabled, low-income, and at-risk veterans.
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.
Older people’s health declines dramatically when they are isolated and lonely. We help our neighbors age well through access to transportation, socialization, education, and nutrition.
We are dedicated to providing supportive services and volunteer programs to the community, currently focusing on the unmet needs of the 60 and older population.
At WISEPlace, we transform the lives of homeless women by providing transitional shelter and wrap around services to move them to self sufficiency.
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.
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!
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.
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.
To promote healthy aging, successful independent living, and advocate for all seniors, while embracing Japanese-American tradition.
The Legal Center’s purpose is to help area seniors obtain their legal rights and provides resources to help them stay in their homes.