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Supporting people with ALS and families in 31 California counties and Hawaii by providing comprehensive care services and advancing research toward effective cures, advocacy and education.
Supporting people with ALS and families in 31 California counties and Hawaii by providing comprehensive care services, and advancing research toward effective cures, advocacy, and education.
Supporting people with ALS and families in 31 California counties and Hawaii by providing comprehensive care services, advancing research for a cure, advocacy and education.
Angel Flight West arranges free air transportation for people needing to access medical care and other essential services, using volunteer pilots and airline partners.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund is the only nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the lives and advancing the interest of animals through the legal system.
No-kill that rescues and rehabilitates homeless animals, educate responsible animal care, promote benefits to animal ownership and provides safe haven in a cage-free sanctuary.
Since 1994 our mission has been making a difference in the pet overpopulation by rescuing and re-homing abandoned animals.
The Animal Welfare Institute seeks better treatment of animals everywhere-in the laboratory, on the farm, in commerce, at home, and in the wild.
We provide after-school programming to thousands of youth. Our program focuses on three priority outcome areas: Healthy Lifestyles, Academic & Career, and Character & Leadership.
Valley Oasis is a community based nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating social and domestic violence and homelessness through community awareness, intervention, prevention, safe shelter and supportive services.
Through collaborative work we serve as a local public health planning and intervention agency, our programs target those who are undeserved, vulnerable, or at risk.
ADAA is a nonprofit dedicated to the prevention, treatment, and cure of anxiety, depression, OCD, PTSD, and co-occurring disorders through education, practice, and research.
Supporting Asian Pacific Islander children and families, providing family support services to prevent child abuse and domestic violence. We advocate for culturally competent services.†
Building vibrant communities through Asian and Pacific Islander American arts and culture programs that foster intergenerational and cross-cultural dialogue, cultural identity, collaborations, social justice.
APLA Health√≠s mission is to achieve health care equity and promote well-being for the LGBT and other underserved communities and people living with and affected by HIV.
AAMDSIF supports, connects and educates patients, caregivers and health professionals on bone marrow failure diseases worldwide.
Preserve and manage this amazing nature trail. Ensuring that its priceless cultural heritage can be shared and enjoyed today, tomorrow, and for centuries to come.
We work to improve people’s lives by focusing on health, education and financial stability – the building blocks for a good quality of life.
The Arthritis Foundation champions life-changing solutions and medical breakthroughs for all people with arthritis.
ANRF provides initial research funding to brilliant investigative scientists with new ideas to cure arthritis and other autoimmune diseases.
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Ascencia’s mission is to lift people out of homelessness one person, one family at a time.
To advance an Everyone a Changemaker world, where anyone can apply the skills of changemaking to solve complex social problems.
APIAHF influences policy, mobilizes communities, and strengthens programs and organizations to improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders.
As a team of dedicated volunteers, we come together to foster growth within our community by creating a support system to aid individuals and families in our local area. We assist and empower families by providing social support services, economic development and learning opportunities.
Improving community health through providing prevention education, treating substance abuse, and facilitating economic development to increase job skills and employment opportunities.
†Our mission is to advance the civil and human rights for Asian Americans and to build and promote a fair and equitable society for all.
To strengthen the resilience and hope of our diverse community members by improving their health and well-being.
Saving Asian abandoned, destitute, and handicapped children by providing hope and opportunity. Reaching their full potential through holistic care, counseling, therapy, and training.
Our organization promotes and enhances the quality of life and general welfare for seniors by identifying, developing, and providing culturally sensitive health and social services.
Our programs and activities focus on the empowerment and self-determination of low-income Asian immigrant women and youth through education, leadership development, and civic participation.
Asian Law Alliance, established in 1977, is a non-profit organization providing equal access to the justice system for Asian Pacific Islander and low-income populations in the Silicon Valley.
APACCís mission is to help strengthen Asian Pacific American families living in Visitation Valley by providing linguistically and culturally appropriate programs and services. Our clients are mostly low and moderate income immigrant families with limited or no English proficiency.
Meeting the diverse needs of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community by building healthy communities through funding education, job training, healthcare and senior services.
APEN supports rights to a clean and healthy environment in which communities can live, work, learn play and thrive. Bringing together Asian immigrants and refugees.
We strengthen the Asian and Pacific Islander community in the Bay Area by increasing philanthropy and supporting organizations that serve our most vulnerable community members.
API-GBV’s mission is to disrupt gender-based violence, which causes physical, sexual, emotional, spiritual & economic harm within AAPI communities.
The Asian Pacific State Employees Association Foundation support the educational and career development of state government workers and scholarship to students pursuing a college education.
Working to eliminate domestic violence and human trafficking by promoting the social, economic, and political self-determination of women and survivors of violence and oppression.
Asian Youth Center (AYC) is a community-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to empower low-income, immigrant, and at-risk youth, of all communities, to overcome barriers to success through the provision of culturally and linguistically competent education, employment, and social services. We help youth succeed in school, at work, and in life!
The ASPCA’s mission is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States.
ASPIREKids works to build resilience to experiences for at-risk and low-income children by providing access to extra-curricular and normalcy activities, as well as clothing.
We are comprised of volunteers who identify, develop, implement and fund ongoing philanthropic programs to improve the lives of children and adults in our community.
Our community needs your help. We provide food, new school clothing, necessary supplies and vital enrichment programs to children, families, foster youth and the elderly.
Operation School Bell providing brand new school uniforms, school supplies and books for LBUSD children (over 12,000 served). Orthodontic care, scholarships, mentoring programs as well.
Since 1966, our organization has been transforming the lives of children through community programs dedicated to clothing, comforting, and educating locally disadvantaged children. _x000D_
To provide meaningful volunteer opportunities to Chico State students, develop student leaders, and serve a broad base of community needs.
The Association of California State Employees with Disabilities (ACSED) is a membership organization dedicated to addressing systemic issues faced by individuals with disabilities working in or seeking to work in state government. By embodying the best of volunteerism and self-determination, ACSED has been instrumental in defining a vision of equitable employment for persons with disabilities and moving the state toward that vision._x000D_ Our mission is to _x001C_ ensure systemic action on disability issues in state government._x001D_ This covers the employment, promotion, retention, and fair treatment of people with disabilities. It includes promoting awareness of people with disabilities as a valued employee resource and moving the state Government toward becoming a model employer of all employees._x000D_ ACSED is recognized by the State as the bonafide employee organization representing the interests of employees with disabilities.
Protecting sovereignty, preserving culture, educating youth and building capacity while changing destructive path of federal policy from assimilation, termination, allotment, to sovereignty, self-determination and self-sufficiency.
Provide food, including meat and fresh produce, to residents of Atascadero, Templeton, Santa Margarita, Creston, California Valley. All volunteer, open 5 days/week.