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Elevating the well-being and self-sufficiency of low-income residents living within National CORE affordable apartment communities throughout Southern California and beyond.
Huckleberry Youth Programs’ mission is to educate, inspire, and support underserved youth to develop healthy life choices, to maximize their potential, and to realize their dreams. Over the last 54 years, we have continued to establish ourselves as a leader in adolescent services, working with community partners to develop programs in response to the emerging needs of Bay Area youth. Designed within a social justice framework, Huckleberry services meet youth and families where they are and empower them with access to knowledge, skills, and resources to develop stronger ties, self-advocate, and create a more equitable and just community.
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 achieve their full potential by providing tutoring, mentorship, cultural enrichment, emotional support, individualized case management, and scholarships.
Shining the light of Jesus in the California State Capitol through outreach, discipleship, Bible-teaching, pastoral counseling, and Biblical guidance for Legislators, Staff, Lobbyists, and more.
PROVIDES VARIOUS TYPES OF SCIENTIFIC AND MUSICAL EXHIBITS TO CHILDREN OF ALL CULTURES
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.
Established in 1954, JMPNS is a parent cooperative preschool, providing space for parents and teachers to come together to guide a child’s early learning experience.
Our children need our help and care to succeed. We offer safety awareness programs, music enrichment and scholarship programs to the Bay Area communities.
Founded in 1850, we support individuals and families at every age and stage of life and offer a lifeline in times of hardship and crisis.
Bringing Hope, Love and Awareness to those afflicted by addiction and homelessness. We have made it our mission to let them know, You Matter.
Strives to break the cycle of poverty by paving the way to work, education and financial capability for youth through direct employment.
After-school math tutoring for 7-12th graders
Helping children avoid problems with drugs and alcohol through afterschool activities. We build character through athletics, education, camping that serve 1,000 children weekly.
Resources for autism, support groups, diagnosis assistance, educational supports to include IEPs, holiday projects, scholarships and children’s workshops, community outreach and Covid-19 support.
For all children to have a safe, health, and nurturing environment to prevent and treat child abuse through education, advocacy and treatment.
Providing a continuum of culturally-sensitive programs and services to seniors and their families preserving their dignity & independence, with a focus on Japanese American.
The mission of Kings United Way is to increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another.
Our mission is to build a community of support around families impacted by medical emergencies. We provide temporary, low-cost housing to patients at UC Davis.
A student support for under- educated in soft skills and engineering, math and general education from K- college.
Hope and healing foster youth through meaningful relationships, quality programs, and services. Quality full-scope mental health and trauma treatment programs for our community_x0019_ s foster teens.
Noncommercial educational television station providing quality programs for free to nearly 1.5 million homes in 16 California counties and reaching an additional 12 counties.
Forty seven years of service & experience providing multi-cultural counseling, support & outreach services to at-risk youth and families, bilingual staff, services free Sacramento area.
La Luz Center strengthens community through family services, economic advancement and community engagement.
LFCD serve newly arrived refugees with language attainment, health and human services. Education training, employment, community economic development and small business development opportunities is part of our core value.
Dedicated to connecting Latino families to bilingual and bicultural services and advocating for wellness in the Latino community.
PROVIDE BOOKS, PERIODICALS, VIDEOS, AUDIO MATERIALS TO THE COMMUNITY, ARCHIVE MATERIALS CELEBRATING THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF GAY, LESBIAN, BISEXUAL, TRANSGENDER AND GENDER NON-CONFORMING PEOPLE IN THE GREATER SACRAMENTO AREA. CREATE A SAFE SPACE FOR THE LGBTQIA+ COMMUNITY TO GATHER FOR EDUCATION AND WORKSHOPS.
Volunteers are trained, certified and dispatched to serve law enforcement personnel, crime victims, and the community, as first responder Constitutional Chaplains with on-scene crisis support.
Supporting disadvantaged families through the mentoring of school age girls to encourage and provide guidance in the pursuit of higher education.
Provides quality legal services that empower the poor to identify and defeat the causes and effects of poverty within our community, using all available resources.
Providing opportunities, programs/services, educational support, family/community involvement, support and work with NGOs, other nonprofit organizations with similar mission and purpose to build better lives.
Enhancing the well-being of LGBTQQIA communities by providing activities, programs and services that create, empower and support community; provide essential resources; and promote our diversity.
To foster, sponsor and provide education and social programs designed to strengthen families, with a focus on life skills training, education and supportive services for children, adults and seniors.
Lighthouse is a one-stop-shop nonprofit providing evidenced-based counseling, therapeutic groups, educational classes and help accessing needed resources. Now accepting Medi-Cal, EAP, and private insurance.
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!
Live Violence Free offers shelter, counseling, housing assistance, legal support, and advocacy for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse._x000D_
Bringing benefits of green jobs, access to solar energy and energy efficiency programs, and cleaning up LA’s water for future generations for under-resourced communities.
Inspiring wonder, discovery, and responsibility for our natural and cultural worlds through renowned collections, captivating exhibitions, and impactful educational programming for L.A. County and beyond.
Serving Southern California since 1877, spcaLA has prevented cruelty to animals through Education, Law Enforcement, Intervention, and Advocacy.
A multicultural, community led organization that empowers under-served community members with young children. We create early childhood family resource centers with innovative programming.
Lotus Healthcare and Recovery Center is a nonprofit designed to support individuals in California who have experienced trauma, grief, loss and are seeking private health, civil, social, support in a confidential method of treatment, counseling, training, and education efforts.
We envision a world where every person has a stable home. We provide housing, support services and employment readiness, to 4,000 people in Northern California.
Empower South Asian survivors of domestic violence to live with dignity, self-sufficiency and enable healthy relationships and gender equity through education, engagement, and advocacy.
We are an all-volunteer organization providing furniture, household items and resources for youth ages 16-24 moving into independent living from foster care or homelessness.
Our mission is to enhance community development and economic self-sufficiency through employment services and financial education.
Educational accounts for the children of fallen, active duty Marines/Federal Law Enforcement Officers. Humanitarian support given to active duty Marines or FLEO and families.
We provide scholarships, youth programs, disaster relief and humanitarian aid to Marine Corps families in need. We also provide Veterans facilities assistance.
Founded in 1984, we are an all-volunteer community organization that secures and distributes funds to the Martinez Unified School District to meet educational goals.
Cost-free weekend retreat for adult cancer patients and their loved ones providing the gift of time for quiet reflection and reprieve from treatment and worry.