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Reaching hunger where it lives in the Tri-Cities. TCV Food Bank provides emergency grocery assistance to almost 6,000 families in Alameda County every month. Since the COVID-19 Pandemic, our numbers have exponentially increased.
To give animals at local shelters another chance by providing shelter socialization and taking them into foster and find their forever homes.
Tri-Valley Haven creates homes safe from abuse, contributes to a more peaceful society one person, one family, one community at a time. Together, we build a world without violence. Tri-Valley Haven is the most comprehensive provider of safety-net services in the Livermore, Dublin, and Pleasanton area. Our programs include: a 24-hour crisis hotline, a rape crisis center, counseling services, a domestic violence shelter, a homeless shelter, legal clinic, family support services, a food pantry and a thrift store.
Trinity Center is a non-residential program serving homeless and working poor adult men and women in Walnut Creek and Central Contra Costa County. We are a membership community that offers hope and support. We invite everyone to participate in our mission.
SUPPORTING OUR ARMED FORCES ON THE FRONTLINES IS THE SOLE PRIORITY OF TROOPSDIRECT.
TO PROVIDE CHILDREN/FAMILIES COMPASSIONATE CULTURALLY SENSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH.
We provide advocacy, expertise, active stewardship, educational programs, training and outings, places, and access for conserving, enhancing, restoring, and enjoying lands in Northern California.
We help adolescents, families, and communities break the cycle of poverty and negative behaviors by providing the resources and tools needed to live productive lives
We fight for a blue-green planet! We protect sea turtles – tiny hatchlings to gentle ocean giants – and other endangered marine animals. We stop poaching & other threats on beaches, wasteful fishing, illegal trade, pollution, habitat loss.
TASF is a 501© (3) nonprofit organization founded in 1978 provides educational and charitable services while honoring living and deceased Tuskegee Airmen.
UMMA√≠s mission is to promote the well-being of the underserved by providing access to high-quality health care for all, regardless of ability to pay.
Unbound partners with families living in poverty and invests in their dreams. We help young people achieve their educational goals and build better futures.
The Union City Family Center is a partnership of families, schools, community, and public and private organizations working together to promote ìcradle to retirementî success. Our mission: We strive to build community by engaging and preparing youth and adults to participate in transforming their communities, so that every child, family, and community member will have at their fingertips high-quality services and opportunities needed in order to thrive.
Scientists and activists putting independent science to work to combat global warming, reduce nuclear proliferation, promote renewable energy, and make healthy food available for all.
Safe emergency and transitional housing, food & clothing for men, women, children, families. Medical, dental, mental health, legal aid, education, job training, discipleship and referrals.
Committed to helping homeless individuals and families rebuild their lives.
UUSC advances human rights and social justice. Our innovative approaches and impact are grounded in the belief that all people have inherent dignity and rights.
From Crisis to Care. Help animals rescued from natural disasters, cruelty & neglect, domestic violence survivors seeking safety with pets, pets with life threatening illnesses.
Providing financial aid, emotional support, early detection, and education through seven life-supporting programs including COVID-relief. Serving women, men, patients, survivors, families, at-risk, and general population.
The leading provider of comprehensive services to children and adults with autism, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and other developmental disabilities and their families.
Helping current and former foster youth transition to adulthood through housing and educational services.
The ICCC is the hub of all things Irish. The Centre is a unique space to come together to celebrate the Irish: past, present, future.
Compelled by Christ to be a voice of conscience on behalf of the people called Methodist, works globally to alleviate human suffering and advance hope.
To help underserved and marginalized communities build their capacity towards resilience.
Disabled children and adults receive specialized one-on-one instruction and adaptive equipment in outdoor recreation therapy activities to improve physical, emotional, and social health and functioning.
USA for UNHCR protects refugees and empowers them with hope and opportunity.
Reach children where needs are greatest, immediately respond when emergencies strike, invest in innovative solutions to the problems and advocate for their well being.
Conservation Adventures educates and engages students by providing school-based clubs and classes that introduce students to conservation, hunting, fishing, trapping, shooting sports and boating.
United Way Fresno and Madera Counties dismantles systemic barriers to prosperity through the creation and implementation of collaborative community solutions.
UWMC fights for the financial stability of working families by increasing access to affordable, quality child care and housing and providing services that build assets.
Through research, fundraising and advocacy, United Way creates pathways out of poverty by meeting basic needs, improving the educational achievement of youth and helping families become financial stable.
We improve the capacity of people to care for one another
United Way of San Diego County works in alignment with partners and leverage resources to address inequities in our region and help underserved communities.
Independent/locally managed; raising funds for local human service programs addressing homelessness, substance abuse, child abuse, gang violence, health issues, senior concerns and other problems.
For almost 70 years, we have been dedicated to the work of addressing root causes and improving the well-being of our community. We seek to accomplish this doing in two critical ways:
Build United: United Way of Stanislaus County strongly believes in the importance of nonprofit capacity building. Until an organization can build the capacity to reach the “point of innovation”- and stay there-it’s unlikely to be able to meet the needs of the population it serves in the long term.
United Way realizes that there is no better way to increase efficiency, breakdown silos, and make bigger impact than to intentionally invest in nonprofits. We equip nonprofits with tools, through peer learning sessions, capacity assessment exercises, and funding to strengthen their effectiveness and fulfill their missions.
211 Stanislaus County: We play the role of connector for community residents as they look for resources to support themselves and their families. 211 is a free resource referral service that is available for any county resident in need of resources that include access to food, shelter, utility and rental assistance, mental health, domestic violence support, and many more.
It is only through generous donations from partners like you that United Way of Stanislaus County can make an impact on our community!
Working to break the cycle of poverty in the Coachella Valley. We mobilize the caring power of community for health, education, and financial stability.
To improve financial stability for all families throughout our service area by activating local businesses, inspiring individual investment, advancing community collaboratives, and influencing public policy.
FIGHT FOR THE HEALTH, EDUCATION, FINANCIAL STABILITY OF EVERY PERSON
Improving lives by inspiring and mobilizing the caring power and resources of our community through programs such as United to End Homelessness VC, Stuff the Bus, VITA, and Building Healthy Smiles.
Collecting and preserving narratives of veterans of African descent, while teaching youth the documentary and exhibit curation processes.
Until There’s A Cure was the first non-profit organization to create and sell a bracelet to raise funds for a cause.
UpValley Family Centers provide guidance, support and resources in the community, in the home and for the individual, so that everyone can achieve a better life. We serve the northern Napa County, with offices in Calistoga and St. Helena. We serve children, youth, adults and families who live and work in the rural communities of Calistoga, St. Helena, Deer Park, Angwin, Pope Valley, Lake Berryessa, Oakville, and Rutherford.
We are a homeless services agency serving families with children under the age of 18 in Los Angeles County.
To provide students and families with a holistic and personalized approach in their pursuit of academic achievement, education and economic sustainability and quality of life.
We provide young adults the tools to expand their career opportunities through education, skills training, and paid work experience on projects that benefit our communities._x000D_ _x000D_
Our mission is to eliminate persistent poverty by working with partners to transform low-income neighborhoods into vibrant, healthy communities. Urban Strategies Council is a community building support and advocacy organization located in Oakland, California. Founded as a non-profit in 1987. The Council works with stakeholders in low-income communities, community-based organizations, and public systems to expand services for children and families, improve health, educational, and other outcomes, and increase employment and economic opportunities
USA Cares’ mission is to improve the quality of life for post-9/11 military families and reduce risk factors contributing to homelessness and suicide.
PROVIDES ELDERCARE RESOURCE CENTER AND SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR CAREGIVERS
Vegan Outreach works to end violence towards animals. We seek a future when sentient animals are no longer exploited as commodities.