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IMPROVE LIVES OF FARMWORKERS WITH EDUCATION AND TRAINING SERVICES.
Providence was founded in 1965 to provide Audiology and Hearing Care and Speech-Language Pathology to all those in need—regardless of their ability to pay.
To provide any support needed for the teachers, staff, and students of Del Paso Manor Elementary School.
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.
100% of proceeds go directly to funding the programs and events servicing veterans. Together we hope to impact those who have served and protected our great USA!
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.
REC-BSA partners with 60 community organizations for programs for boys and girls ages 6-20 — Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturing, and Sea Scouting.
Refugees receive food, shelter and protection; displaced families return home, the vulnerable protected. We advocate to resolve refugee crises.
Education and Research are our main priorities. Our core values include curiosity, advocacy, inclusivity, and kindness
Fosters a commitment to the community that promotes a five-fold transformation: academic success, interpersonal skills, creative outlets and renewed sense of hope in the future.
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.
We are dedicated to revitalizing historic downtown Richmond. We offer products, services, arts and entertainment that reflect the community’s rich and diverse heritage.
Family and individual therapy, adult and teen substance abuse treatment, anger management, EAP, mobile resource, DUI/PC1000, parents as teachers, and strengthening families.
Provides food and life changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable and supports the movement to end hunger in our lifetime.
Warmth. Peace. Comfort. Together with community, local vendors, designers and volunteers, we transform drab and sad chemotherapy facilities into uplifting enviroments, spiritually supporting cancer patients.
Sacramento ACT is a powerful multi-racial, multi-faith organization advocating a transformation of our community rooted in our shared faith values through public policy.
We provide affordable, comprehensive social services to mentally-diverse young people ages zero through twenty-two years in the Sacramento region, to produce best-outcomes.
Sacramento Comedy Foundation operates the Comedy Spot, helps charities raise money through comedy fundraisers, and operates The Improv Kids, a youth improv program.
Provides housing and services at two sites, Quinn Cottages and Serna Village, for formerly homeless individuals and families, supporting them from hopelessness to self-sustainability.
Volunteer led programs which go beyond the conventional responsibilities of the Sacramento Fire Department including public education, disaster response, outreach, training, and recognition activities.
We support the health and wellness of the most marginalized, advocate for equality and justice, and work to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community.
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.
Mini-grants, workshops, and annual conference for small nonprofits; host annual MLK Jr. King Service Day, annual Kwanzaa and Walter Bremond Service Award.
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 131 countries, we work alongside communities to improve the health, economic, educational and spiritual conditions of the world’s most vulnerable.
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 believe everyone should have a decent place to live, and accomplish this by bringing people together to build homes, communities, and hope.
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.
A community foundation with 90 years of successful partnering with the community and grant making, making lives better for the citizens of Santa Barbara County.
Save the Children does whatever it takes – every day and in times of crisis – transforming children’s lives and the future we share.
Corazón Healdsburg programs aim to improve health and wellbeing for all who live and work in Healdsburg through innovative partnerships and community driven programming.
Leading the fight to end hunger in Orange County by providing high-quality, nutritous food through a network of 190 local agencies.
Working with the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park to support projects including trail improvements, educational programs and the protection of wildlife and habitat.
Empowering underrepresented and disadvantaged youth through enhanced educational and professional development opportunities in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) industries globally.
We build strong communities by nurturing the potential of youth, helping people live healthier, and supporting our neighbors.
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.
Providing quality primary and preventative medical care, behavioral health care including substance abuse, emergency food, outreach/resource center and fitness center in the Shingletown area.
We provide hygiene products and basic needs with dignity and compassion so individuals and organizations can focus on greater goals like health, housing, and employment.
Provide access to emergency food, clothing, resources and education. SEMC creates a path to self-sufficiency in the lives of those in need.
Smile Train is an international children’s charity with a sustainable approach to a single, solvable problem: cleft lip and palate.
Creating an urban agriculture and education project that empowers all to participate in local food systems that encourages healthy living and grows a sustainable community.
To provide financial assistance to local charities, individuals, and families in need; as well as offering scholarships to local youth through fundraising and community outreach.
We transform communities through innovation and co-creation by focusing on four key areas; social networks, services & supports, economic opportunities & resources, and mobilizing collective action
The Southeast Ventura County YMCA builds relationships, impacts lives and strengthens community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.
SCANPH’s mission is to facilitate affordable housing development across Southern California by advancing effective public policies, sustainable financial resources, strong member organizations, and beneficial partnerships.