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Project RIDE provides recreational therapeutic horseback riding instruction to people with special needs or disabilities.
Providence was founded in 1965 to provide Audiology and Hearing Care and Speech-Language Pathology to all those in need‚Äîregardless of their ability to pay.
Puente works to build a healthy, sustainable and inclusive South Coast community
Converts thousands of miles of unused railroad corridors into public trails for walking, bicycling, hiking, skating, horseback-riding, cross-country skiing, wildlife habitats and nature appreciation.
The Rainbow Chamber Foundation was established as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in 2007 with the mission to promote mentoring, guidance, and education, and to support programs that improve the quality of life of the LGBTQ community.
Provide a 24-hour crisis line, follow-up advocacy, accompaniment to hospital, law enforcement, court proceedings, support groups, community outreach and prevention for sexual violence issues.
We serve underserved children (ages 6-17), providing sports/fitness activities, academic support, learning enrichment, community service, outdoor adventures and leadership training.
Change a Neighborhood, Change a Life! In April and October, RTSF mobilizes volunteers to repair homes and renovate nonprofit facilities and schools in San Francisco.
Advocates for lifesaving assistance and protection for displaced people and promotes solutions to displacement crises.‚Äã
Builds capacity in Greater Richmond by serving as a leader, collaborator, convener and broker, through leveraging assets to create and sustain a strong, health community.
Provide the highest quality mental health and substance abuse education, counseling services and family strength programs for our RIM communities’ residents, plus parent projects & loving solutions.
Provides food and life changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable and supports the movement to end hunger in our lifetime.
Our project-based programs use a blended learning format to foster authentic career exploration through interactive lessons and engaging multimedia content.
Sacramento ACT is a faith based organization that develops people through the power of storytelling and relationships to identify community issues and solutions.
We run the annual Sac STEM Fair and associated programming including a College & Career Expo, mentoring, and professional development. Students need STEM always!
SAL a crime prevention program that relies on athletic and academic activities to develop bonds between law enforcement officers and the youth in our community.
Enhancing Japanese speaking seniors lives through education. We offer a caring place for them with social, educational, recreational and health activities.
Provides a variety of emergency assistance services to prevent homelessness, serves as a safety net for individuals and families facing eviction, utility disconnections, and hunger.
With a presence in 132 countries, we work alongside communities to improve the health, economic, educational and spiritual conditions of the world’s most vulnerable.‚Äã
Christian relief agency, led by Franklin Graham, providing food, medicine, clothing, shelter, and other emergency assistance to victims of war, poverty, disease, and natural disasters.
We instill character in young people through outdoor programs, civic service, personal advancement and other program delivery methods
We educate the community regarding public safety, promote the Irish police heritage, and provide financial assistance to members in need.
The Women’s Building is a women-led community space that advocates self-determination, gender equality and social justice.
Provide educational advocacy services for parents, students, school site staff relating to special and high need students in grades K-14.
Save the Children does whatever it takes ‚Äì every day and in times of crisis ‚Äì transforming children‚Äôs lives and the future we share.
Designed to address the nutritional needs of at risk children while providing an incentive to attend tutorial programs. Operates through schools and community centers.
Working with the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park to support projects including trail improvements, educational programs and the protection of wildlife and habitat.
Promote healthy lifestyles in children by evaluating medical, nutritional, social, economic and behavioral issues through care plans, feeding interventions, education and links to resources.
Preventing and ending homelessness for low-income residents of Contra Costa County by providing services (housing, employment, education, and counseling) that lead to self-sufficiency.
Working with the Sheriff’s Work Project we provide underprivileged children with gifts, bicycles, computers, clothing and food for more than 7500 families during the Holidays.
Provide access to emergency food, clothing, resources, skills building and education that creates a path to achieve self-sufficiency for those in need.
‚ÄãBuilding sustainable partnerships with local doctors focused on one solvable problem: cleft repair. A simple surgery and immediate transformation for the child and their community.
Providing women and girls with the access to the education and training they need to chieve economic empowerment
Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward making the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity a reality.
SPONSORING TRUE ADVOCACY FOR CHALLENGED YOUTH is an organization advocating for children with special needs and their families through diverse programs and partnerships.
STLC is seeking funding to support two critical services for individuals experiencing homelessness in Imperial County; housing assistance and family re-unification.
Our mission is to provide free health care services to low-income and uninsured residents in Southern California, through the support of generous volunteers and donors.
SBP is a nationally recognized disaster resilience and recovery organization whose mission is to shrink time between disaster and recovery. While we can‚Äôt prevent natural disasters, we believe we can prevent some of the suffering that comes with them.
To provide free food, clothing and services for the homeless and the financially disadvantaged, referred by local agencies, regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, or religious affiliation.
St. Mary‚Äôs Center Serves homeless, and homebound seniors, facilitates independent living; family emergency food; educational enrichment Preschool.
We offer compassionate, individualized assistance to help our neediest neighbors obtain nutritious food, affordable housing, meaningful employment and a voice in their own community.
Supports steady attendance and good study habits, chaplains listen to concerns, show friendship, give students and staff their time. Offer appropriate temporary counseling.
Shotspotter is a gunshot detection system in which acoustic sensors are placed on rooftops and violent “hot spots”. They detect gunfire, relaying precise information on its origin.
Provides safe shelter, basic necessities and a structured opportunity to regain self-sufficiency for homeless individuals and families. Largest emergency shelter in San Joaquin County.
Provides 24-hour telephone crisis services and teen hotline, “SOS-Signs of Suicide” education and prevention adolescent program, community outreach, and Suicide Loss Survivor Support groups.
Preventing homelessness and hunger for low-income families and seniors: Financial aid (rent, utilities, medical bills): weekly/monthly food and produce, holiday gifts, budget counselling, referrals.
Susan G. Komen¬Æ is an organization united by a promise to end breast cancer, funding groundbreaking research, community health & advocacy programs globally.
Imagine life without breast cancer. We can make it a reality by racing for the cure and funding life saving research and community health programs.
TNDC has 31 buildings in the Tenderloin and surrounding San Francisco neighborhoods that provide safe, affordable home for 3,400 of San Francisco’s poorest residents.
Building healthy relationships, families, and communities free from sexual assault and domestic violence through education, advocacy, and services including emergency shelter, housing and legal accompaniment