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Roberts Family Development Center’s (RFDC) mission is to provide services to the Greater Sacramento area that meet the individual needs of each family member.
Child has life-threatening illness. Rushed to San Francisco Bay Area for specialized care. Parents & siblings sleep on hospital chairs – cannot afford hotel. Help provide a home-away-from-home.
We provide compassionate care and resources to children and families served by leading hospitals, provide access to quality health care, and enable family-centered care worldwide.
RYSE creates safe spaces grounded in social justice that build youth power for young people to love, learn, educate, heal and transform lives and communities.
We are social workers and advocates that use a flexible social services model to comprehensively serve the needs of local young people with mental diagnoses.
Residential-based trauma treatment, outpatient mental health services, foster family urgent response, wraparound services, crisis nurseries, child and parenting education, and in-home services for at-risk families.
Since 1935, we have been dedicated to providing physical education and training to develop leadership, citizenship, and support amateur athletes in traditional Kodokan Judo.
Area_x0019_ s largest homeless services organization providing meals, essential survival supplies, mental health services, education, referrals, and advocacy services for nearly 1,000 adults and children daily.
Sacramento Valley Teen Challenge, Inc. is a faith-based ministry which endeavors to help men and women overcome life-controlling problems through mentoring, education, training and spirituality.
Our mission is to build a community free from poverty by creating hope, opportunity, and action.† We provide essential services, work together to improve our lives, advocate for justice, and inspire our community to love, serve, and share.
Provide a 24hour 7 days crisis hotline. One on one counseling, support groups, advocacy, accompaniment and prevention education presentations at no cost for victims.
Kids with positive adult mentors become responsible adults. Kids without fall prey to gangs and crime. Keep kids on the right side of the law.
Committed to protecting the children of our community, strengthening families, and giving hope to those seeking to break the sometimes-generational cycle of abuse.
The San Jose Public Library Foundation provides advocacy, financial support, and leadership to our public libraries and educational programs throughout San Jose to create an educated, equitable, and engaged community.
Save the Children does whatever it takes ñ every day and in times of crisis ñ transforming childrenís lives and the future we share.
Our mission is to build a compassionate community by empowering and dignifying individuals and families, advocating against injustices, and uniting people to celebrate diversity.
Shady Creek Outdoor Education Foundation provides access to students to attend Shady Creek Outdoor School through grants, fundraising activities, student scholarships and program support.
We empower youth to transform their future and become leaders of community change through continuation school recovery classes and workforce development and career pathways.
Transforming the lives of children through expert care, teaching, and research in burns, pediatric surgery, spine care, orthopedics, colorectal and gastrointestinal anomalies, and pediatric rehabilitation.
Social Advocates for Youth is recognized as a leader in serving disconnected and at-risk youth throughout Sonoma County. Our four essentail core services include: crisis, housing, counseling and career services.
Empower youth and adults to discover and participate in a local food system that encourages healthy living, nurtures the environment and grows a sustainable community.
We support area youth and our community by creating opportunities to support education, access to arts, culture and technology, and foster agency.
Using horses to make a positive difference in the lives of children and youth living with social, emotional or physical challenges, including terminal illness.
We help women and girls access education to become economically empowered in order to overcome major obstacles in their lives.
The Southeast Asian Community Center develops and administers programs that serve the needs of the Southeast Asian communities of Northern California.
SEADC empowers under-served Asian-Pacific Islander and urban youth with the knowledge and confidence to define their future and reach their potential.
Special Olympics is a year round program for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Training and competitions are offered in 12 Olympic style sports at no cost.
SPONSORING TRUE ADVOCACY FOR CHALLENGED YOUTH is an organization advocating for children with special needs and their families through diverse programs and partnerships.
Local sports program for athletes age 5-adult with developmental disabilities. Purpose-enhanced opportunities for people with/without disabilities to interact and form friendships through shared activities.
St. Maryís Center is a community of hope, justice, and healing that serves at-risk seniors and preschoolers in the heart of Oakland. We strive to improve quality of life through counseling, shelter, nutrition, advocacy and social support.
Therapeutic Horsemanship Program for children, adults and Veterans living with a wide range of disabilities. Teaching horsemanship from the ground up in small groups.
or more than 50 years, StarVista has helped people across San Mateo County navigate life’s challenges. From struggles with substance abuse and thoughts of suicide to family violence and homelessness, StarVista helps more than 44,000 people from all walks of life persevere through these challenges every year. We believe that everyone deserves the chance to be healthy and strong, and the StarVista mission is to deliver high impact services through counseling, skill development, and crisis prevention to children, youth, adults and families. Through its services, StarVista strives to empower individuals, inspire hope, and strengthen community.
SEI, an environmental nonprofit that builds leaders to drive sustainability solutions, educates and empowers students and emerging professionals to create thriving, resilient communities.
Help children with any kind of disability reach their full potential by ensuring their families have information, education, and parent-to-parent support.
Committed to restoring sight and transforming lives of blind people in developing countries. Since 1974, nearly half a million people have received free eye surgery.
All children are nurtured with quality interactions, inclusive opportunities at school and in the community and parents are empowered to be their child’s best advocate.
Provides opportunities for youth 5-19 to discover their potential. Experiential learning develops citizenship, leadership, and life skills in a fun environment.
We provide quality subsidized childcare and support services to low-income and high-risk infants and preschoolers to help alleviate poverty and child abuse.
Since 1942 The Guardsmen has provided Camperships and Scholarships (K-12) for the Bay Area’s kids from low-income households, serving about 2,250 kids each year.
Founded by Paul Newman, a non-profit summer camp and year-round center providing free services to children with life-threatening illnesses.
Funds scientific research on human evolution (including archeology, primate studies, and modern hunter-gatherers); shares discoveries with the public through educational outreach programs.
Provides a spiritual presence on military bases alongside chaplains, and brings hope to military personnel and their families through meaningful relationships with Jesus Christ.
OCF engages military leaders in Biblical fellowship and growth to equip them for Christ-like service at the intersection of faith, family, and profession.
The Painted Turtle is a camp for children with serious medical conditions and their families that operates at no cost to them.
Our mission is to promote social equity and improve quality of life by building vibrant communities where everyone can work, learn and thrive
We are a cultural education/self-image program. Children learn that drugs, crime, and gangs are not options…education and making proper choices are.
Provides mental health, co-occuring substance use disorders and supportive housing services for people with mental health challenges for 40 years.
TO PROVIDE CHILDREN/FAMILIES COMPASSIONATE CULTURALLY SENSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH.
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.
Helping current and former foster youth transition to adulthood through housing and educational services.