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Our mission is to cultivate a global community of creative compassionate leaders who are catalysts for positive change.
Transportation for Transformation. Improving the lives of homeless and low income individuals by providing safe and reliable bicycles for a better quality of life.
Paid work services for people with barriers to employment to become more self-sufficient. Thrift stores throughout provide help by providing job training.
Increasing the number of Hispanics in engineering, science, technology and math. In doing so, keeping America technologically strong while providing education opportunities to the underserved.
An independent, campaigning organization that uses research and public education to expose global environmental problems, and promote solutions essential to a green and peaceful future.
Our mission is to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope. We envision a world where everyone has a decent place to live.
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 are a 90-day family shelter program helping homeless men, women and children find solutions to their employment and housing needs.
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.
With experience running poverty alleviation programs since 1989, the organization works to improve the quality of life for the Haitian people, particularly children.
Our is an Outreach ministry and Live-in rehabilitation shelter and discipleship program targeting primarily the displaced and throw-away youth living in Los Angeles area.
Catholic Charities is a multi-service organization that provides a range of services for the poor, homeless and destitute in both Imperial and San Diego Counties.
HDSA is dedicated to improving the lives of people with Huntington’s disease and their families through support of research, providing information and resources and education.
We empower youth from underserved communities to fulfill their potential with our long-term academic, social-emotional, and experiential support, along with guaranteed scholarship for post-secondary education.
I Love A Clean San Diego leads and inspires our community to actively conserve and enhance the environment through example, outreach, and local involvement.
PROVIDES VARIOUS TYPES OF SCIENTIFIC AND MUSICAL EXHIBITS TO CHILDREN OF ALL CULTURES
Prevent child abuse, raise public awareness through free countywide Parent Education Programs in English/Spanish, Parent Community Seminars, community collaborations and the Annual Children’s Fair.
Support independent, investigative community journalism focused on the critical issues of social justice, healthcare, mental health, economic disparity, immigration, wildfires and the environment.
We change lives by connecting the community with resources for cultural development. We are actively weaving the arts into the fabric of our communities.
Providing legal help for those who cannot hire private attorneys because of limited financial resources and language barriers which may include illiteracy.
Innovations for Learning is a nonprofit that uses an Online Tutoring program, TutorMate, to improve early literacy skills in public schools nationwide.
Inspire exists to break the cycle of abuse and poverty through stable housing, education, training, and mentorship of foster and homeless youth.
Life is difficult still for Black children, families and communities worldwide; help us provide relief efforts, economic initiatives and international programs to bridge the divide.
Provides relief and development in a dignified manner regardless of gender, race, or religion, and works to empower individuals in their communities.
From hunters to hikers, our members protect America’s outdoors through community-based conservation, education, commonsense public policy, and a commitment to strong outdoor ethics.
500 million people—most in remote and difficult locations—have no Scripture in a language they fully comprehend. We’re here to do something about that.
enriching quality of life of those 50 & older in the community while maintaining the highest level of advocacy and providing health & wellness programs.
Our children need our help and care to succeed. We offer safety awareness programs, music enrichment and scholarship programs to the Bay Area communities.
Empowering teen women to increase their sense of self-worth and maximize their potential contribution to society through individualized mentorship programs
Inspires youth to pursue a career in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) through the life story of Astronaut Jose M. Hernandez.
Bringing Hope, Love and Awareness to those afflicted by addiction and homelessness. We have made it our mission to let them know, You Matter.
Empowers blind, visually impaired and multi-disabled children with the skills and courage to succeed in a sighted world, at school and throughout life.
Students given backpacks filled with basic school supplies for their grade level and reading books. They receive tools to be better prepared to start their school year and complete their assignments.
Math tutoring for remedial and enrichment purposes.
Services for children impacted by violent crimes. Helping children and adolescents living through traumatic experience, through the bereavement process through sculptural and art therapy.
Donations support three categories: Mission projects; Activities of educational, cultural, and social; and Capital projects include the development of Leej Niam’s temple and community.
A small, community focused Kindergarten through sixth grade charter school specializing in therapeutic programming, social emotional support, and personalized and individual instruction.
The mission of Kings United Way is to increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another.
We are excited to share our three strategic priorities for the future. Family Services, Economic Advancement and Community Engagement serving Sonoma Valley.
Provides legal education, counsel, advice, documents and navigational help to resolve conflicts, prevent abuse and homelessness, and establish caregiver authority to allow access to healthcare..
Providing activities, programs and services that create and support community; empower community members; provide essential resources; and embrace, promote and support our cultural diversity.
Supporting PALS, Placer County Library’s free literacy tutoring program, since 1991. We provide books and other materials – and volunteers – to help lift local literacy skills!
Provides children the opportunity to grow socially, emotionally, and intellectually in a warm, loving atmosphere, with activities that gently guide them to develop positive self-images.
Computer training, sports education, education career programs, fitness and recreation. Smart Girls and Kids in Control Program.
Innovative projects for the Public Library. Computer programming basics, coding, summer camp for youth to learn technology. Computer game design. Story boards and artwork.
Youth Eagles Aviation and Space Education STEM Program. Teaches science, technology, engineering and math to low income students using the concept of aviation.
Madera Coalition for community justice is a community based organization founded in 1994. its mission is to build community capacity through self-help projects engaging residents
Homeless Resource Center provides addiction support services, pastoral counseling and referrals. They visit the homeless on the streets and in encampments and distribute survival backpacks.
One week academy to expose students to the science of farming and ranching followed by a one day Science Fair.
Annual Manteca Scholarship Competion for students 10-20 years old. Measures Community Service, Scholastic Achievement, Personality Interview, Communication Skills, Stage Arts and Speech.