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Provides permanent supportive housing so that people who have experienced homelessness, prolonged extreme poverty, poor health, disabilities, mental illness and/or addiction can lead safe, stable lives in wellness.
Skin cancer, the world’s most common cancer, is occurring at epidemic levels. Your support enables us to continue our public education programs and groundbreaking research.
Free medical, dental and vision care to uninsured adults in SLO/northern SB Counties, regardless of race, ethnicity, immigration status, religion, sexual orientation, or gender.
We’ve supported safe and quality cleft care for 1.5M+ children and will continue to do so until every child in need has access to care.
We relieve the setbacks of living with a serious chronic illness. And we manage the adjustments necessary when life is limited and treatments that cure are no longer viable.
Social Advocates for Youth is recognized as a leader in serving disconnected and at-risk youth throughout Sonoma County. Our four essentail core services include: crisis, housing, counseling and career services.
SocialGood works to create and establish positive influences for individuals, communities, and the environment. Our goal is to sponsor and develop projects that will help positively impact and develop local communities into healthier and happier places to live, work, and be.
The Social Justice Learning Institute (SJLI) is dedicated to improving the education, health, and well-being of youth and communities of color by empowering them to enact social change through research, training and community mobilization.
136-bed transitional housing substance abuse treatment center. Detox, women w/children, dual diagnosis, outpatient, DUI, sober living, aftercare, group therapy, education, relapse prevention, parenting, anger management.
Society for Science is dedicated to expanding scientific literacy, effective STEM education, and scientific research.
Rehabilitative services for visually impaired individuals; low vision exams, Braille, white cane travel, adaptive technology, independent living skills. Programs for youth, seniors and career-seekers.
Shelters homeless, neglected, and abused pets and livestock; investigates animal cruelty; and rescues and rehabilitates orphaned or injured wildlife.
A special project of our Conference that provides assistance to people who are in temporary financial distress, and who are in danger of becoming homeless due to threatened evictions or who are homeless and need assistance obtaining housing.
St. Vincent de Paul provides emergency food, clothing and household items in our office, and emergency financial assistance through person to person in-home visits.
Empower youth and adults to discover and participate in a local food system that encourages healthy living, nurtures the environment and grows a sustainable community.
Through a transformative living history, academic immersion experience, students are empowered with passion and confidence to become critical thinkers and tomorrow’s leaders for social change.
Improves human and environmental health by supporting the expansion of effective carbon-free solar cooking in world regions of greatest need.
Adaptive laptops for wounded warriors, VA assistance for veterans, baby showers for wives of deployed troops. We provide comfort to America’s military and their families.
The mission of SOMOS Mayfair is to support children, organize families, and connect neighbors to uplift the dreams, power, and leadership of community and address systemic inequities.
We are dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife, and promotion of appreciation of wildlife through our education outreach program.
We raise funds, foster partnerships and advocate on behalf of Sonoma County Regional Parks, benefiting Spring Lake, Doran and 60 other regional parks.
We support area youth and our community by creating opportunities to support education, access to arts, culture and technology, and foster agency.
Using horses to make a positive difference in the lives of children and youth living with social, emotional or physical challenges, including terminal illness.
We help women and girls access education to become economically empowered in order to overcome major obstacles in their lives.
Seniors unable to prepare their meals. No help in daily assistance. Help us provide nutritious meals and check in visits for these seniors.
We transform communities through innovation and co-creation by focusing on four key areas; social networks, services & supports, economic opportunities & resources, and mobilizing collective action
We rescue, home-foster, rehabilitate and adopt out purebred (and mixed-breed) dogs from shelters and from owners who need to give up their dog.
To build power among Southeast Asian youth and their communities in Los Angeles for a more just and equitable society through intergenerational, multiethnic dialogue, leadership development, and community organizing.
The Southeast Asian Community Center develops and administers programs that serve the needs of the Southeast Asian communities of Northern California.
SEADC empowers under-served Asian-Pacific Islander and urban youth with the knowledge and confidence to define their future and reach their potential.
Southeastern Guide Dogs provides guide dogs, service dogs, and companion dogs for adults and children with visual impairments, veterans with disabilities, and others in need.
Southern California Alcohol and Drug Programs, Inc. (SCADP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization established in 1972 by community volunteers seeking alternatives to incarceration for individuals with substance use. On its 48th year of operation, SCADP continues to uphold its mission to prevent and treat substance use disorder (SUD) and related issues to under-served and vulnerable populations including homeless, previously incarcerated, at-risk or living with HIV, and victims of domestic violence.
SCANPH’s mission is to facilitate affordable housing development across Southern California by advancing effective public policies, sustainable financial resources, strong member organizations, and beneficial partnerships.
Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward making the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity a reality.
The Special Forces Family Fund programs and services directly impact the SF Community and their Families.
Special Olympics is a year round program for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Training and competitions are offered in 12 Olympic style sports at no cost.
Special Operations Warrior Foundation provides fully funded college educations to the children of Special Operations Forces who lose their lives in the line of duty.
Building a better and brighter future for all those impacted by Spina Bifida through education, advocacy, research, support, and clinical care.
Auto accidents, falls and sports injuries. We assist injured individuals and their families reach the best possible care and live life fully and productively.
SPIRIT of Santa Paula is dedicated to serving the least powerful and most vulnerable people in our community. Formed in 2002, homeless and hungry families are our focus.
A crippling form of spinal arthritis that strikes young people. We’re alone in our sole commitment to research, programs, and support of the spondylitis community.
SPONSORING TRUE ADVOCACY FOR CHALLENGED YOUTH is an organization advocating for children with special needs and their families through diverse programs and partnerships.
Local sports program for athletes age 5-adult with developmental disabilities. Purpose-enhanced opportunities for people with/without disabilities to interact and form friendships through shared activities.
To provide for social, employment, health and mental needs of ethnic minorities, and other disenfranchised populations.
More children in the U.S. die of cancer than any other disease. Kids with cancer need cures now. Help fund research to save lives.
Provides board and care for the elderly. Comfortable room and three nutritious meals daily, transportation, supervision of medication, assistance in obtaining medical and social services.
St. Joseph Center’s (SJC) mission is to provide working poor families, as well as homeless men, women, and children of all ages with the inner resources and tools to become productive, stable and self-supporting members of the community. Founded in 1976 as a small storefront to serve the Westside√≠s poor, SJC has grown into a Los Angeles county-wide nonprofit with nine service sites and eight supportive housing developments. Last year, SJC served 13,246 low-income and homeless clients.
Researches and treats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Families never billed by St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food. Discoveries freely shared worldwide.
Since 1950, St. Anthony’s has provided essential support to San Franciscan’s living in poverty. Every day, with dignity and respect, we offer thousands of the most vulnerable among us the basics we all need to feel human: a hot meal, fresh clothing, and an opportunity to connect with the world around us. In addition to meals and clothing, our community services now encompass health care, addiction recovery, social work, and technology access and training.
o provide the opportunity for families living in North Fair Oaks and surrounding communities to live with dignity while accessing essential services and becoming self-sufficient members of the community.