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Leading the fight to end hunger in Orange County by providing high-quality, nutritous food through a network of 190 local agencies.
Promote healthy lifestyles in children by evaluating medical, nutritional, social, economic and behavioral issues through care plans, feeding interventions, education and links to resources.
We build strong communities by nurturing the potential of youth, helping people live healthier, and supporting our neighbors.
Collaboratively solving LA County homelessness through policy analysis, program design, resource development, and advocacy in support of agencies and local governments that serve the homeless.
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.
SHIELDS provides substance abuse, mental health, child welfare, vocational, and educational services that empower and advocate for high-risk families in South Los Angeles.
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.
Shores of Hope provides Housing Assistance, Child Development, Transportation for Disabled Adults, Housing for Transition Age Foster Youth, & other services to enhance our Community
To provide immediate short-term assistance with basic necessities to Yolo County families and individuals with income below the poverty level.
The Trust provides permanent supportive housing so people who’ve experienced homelessness, extreme poverty, poor health, disabilities, mental illness or addiction can lead safe, stable lives.
Smile Train is an international children’s charity with a sustainable approach to a single, solvable problem: cleft lip and palate.
Through our portfolio of strategies, we harness new ideas + innovative solutions that provide residents with the tools needed to live productive + self-determined lives.
Provide scouting resources to over 3,400 youths across three counties. Scouts use those resources to learn and give back to the community through various projects.
SCANPH is a membership association, founded in 1985, that advocates for those dedicated to the development of affordable housing
Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward making the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity a reality.
Special Service for Groups (SSG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to provide community-based solutions to the social and economic issues facing those in greatest need.
SRO Housing Corporation provides service enriched emergency, transitional and permanent supportive housing all in private units to over 2,300 homeless and low-income individuals.
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.
We provide working poor families, homeless men, women and children of all ages, with resources and tools to become productive, stable and self-supporting.
St. Mary’s 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.
St. Vincent de Paul Society is an international, Catholic volunteer organization that serves the needy of any religious background free of charge.
Streetlights’ mission is to create careers for poverty level and socially disadvantaged young adult minorities while promoting ethnic diversity in the Entertainment Industry workforce.
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.
We inspire, guide, and advocate for non-profit organizations by matching their needs with businesses, corporations, and service clubs to complete volunteer projects.
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.
Community arts center for adults with developmental disabilities.
Enrichment programs for at-risk youth in athletics, education and performing arts.
Our mission is to advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education and the alleviation of poverty.
We provide wide-ranging services: residential recovery, transitional housing with supportive services, adult day care, youth development programs, licensed childcare, senior housing, and family social services.
Our mission is to give children the skills, support and security they need to build emotionally healthy lives and become caring, responsible adults.
Think Together partners with schools to change the odds for kids by offering expanded learning programs throughout the day.
TLC provides quality services to youth and families through Adoption/Foster care programs, Residential Treatment, Mental Health Services, a private high school and Transitional Housing Placement.
Organized to provide exits from homelessness and other assistance for economically disadvantaged families and individuals on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island.
The Mission of Tree Fresno is to transform the San Joaquin Valley with trees, greenways and beautiful landscapes. We plant, care and inspire.
UAW-Labor Employment and Training Corporation is a private, non-profit corporation with over 30 years of successful experience administering workforce programs in the Los Angeles area
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.
Supporting college readiness and success of foster youth in Los Angeles AND providing transitional housing services to foster youth to successfully reach and maintain self-sufficiency
To alleviate human suffering. We provide practical, proactive support to the most vulnerable survivors of chronic or temporary emergencies due to natural or civil causes.
We believe in a world where ZERO children die from causes we can prevent. Join us, and we can get there.
Fighting poverty at its roots by focusing on long-term solutions focused on Education, Housing and Financial Stability – building blocks to better lives and stronger communities.
To create lasting changes in Kern County by focusing on the three key building blocks of life: Early Childhood Literacy, Fianncial Stability, Homelessness and Hunger.
Our mission is to spark breakthrough community action that elevates every child and family in San Diego County toward a brighter future.
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.
We fight for the health, education and financial stability of youth in SLO County. We are focused on school readiness and childhood literacy; social emotional literacy; and community strengthening.
Fight for the health, education and financial stability of every person.
To increase public safety, reduce recidivism, and break the cycle of generational incarceration through comprehensive programming in a constructive environment.
The mission of Upward Bound House (UBH) is to eliminate homelessness among families with children in Los Angeles by providing housing, supportive services, and advocacy.
To eliminate persistent poverty in the Bay Area by working with partners to transform low-income neighborhoods into vibrant healthy communities.
Venice Community Housing has been developing lasting, neighborhood-based solutions for low-income families and individuals for over 28 years.