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We are working to end rape and sexual violence while promoting safe consensual relationships. We offer a 24hour crisis line, counseling, therapy, and advocacy.
Provides free books for children nationwide and engages children, parents, and communities in reading and motivational activities to encourage a lifelong love of reading.
We collaborate with public schools and mobilize community volunteers to provide low-income elementary school students with individualized reading support.
We serve underserved children (ages 6-17), providing sports/fitness activities, academic support, learning enrichment, community service, outdoor adventures and leadership training.
Our work engages at-risk youth living in an under-resourced neighborhood in South Sacramento. We offer afterschool and summer violence-reduction/prevention programming, academic support, and youth training/employment opportunities.
Ride On teaches adaptive horseback riding, and provides physical and occupational therapy using the movement of the horse, to children and adults with physical and cognitive disabilities.
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.
Designed to motivate, educate and inspire young adults to become leaders and entrepreneurs ‚Äî to bridge the gap between our youth and their community.
Guided by 50 years of experience, we serve children and youth experiencing behavioral health challenges to meet their goals in community-based setting.
Providing culturally responsive support and services to survivors of sexual assault. Providing community education to achieve awareness and the prevention of all forms of sexual violence.
Offering educational opportunities that promote social and economic mobility for its students and providing high quality instructional programs and by advancing social justice for all.
Provides specific educational, financial, legislative, and leadership services and support to all K-12 school districts in Riverside County.
Our project-based programs use a blended learning format to foster authentic career exploration through interactive lessons and engaging multimedia content.
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.
Ronald McDonald House provides a home away from home, for families trying coping with the physical, emotional, and financial burdens of having a hospitalized child.
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.
Our Youth Fitness Program is designed to combat childhood obesity in at-risk youth by educating young people and their families on fitness and nutrition.
(SCM) is a destination for children to inspire, create and explore. SCM engages children and families in meaningful discovery experiences that instill appreciation for our community, develop foundational skills, and spark a life-long love of learning. The
The Sacramento Public Library Foundation s mission is to enhance the Library s ability to serve the community by raising private funds. Its strategic goal is to increase endowments and total revenues to fund programs that promote children s literacy.
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.
A faith-based ministry which endeavors to help men and women overcome their life-controlling problems and provides recovery for anyone struggling with addictive lifestyles through mentoring, education, training and spiritual direction.
The Sacramento Zoo inspires appreciation, understanding, and respect for all living things through stimulating educational opportunities, wholesome recreation, and compassionate and innovative animal care.
Every child deserves a childhood! Please help us provide prevention and support services to children and families to break the destructive cycle of child abuse.
Our mission is to reduce injuries and save lives through safety education-children to seniors; on the road, in the workplace and in our communities.
Free to low-cost STEM Workshop, Music studio, and Art studio with mobile STEM program that travels to schools in rural communities.
Provides low-income residents of San Mateo County with case management, medical and dental care, food, shelter, rental assistance, children’s clothing and holiday assistance.
We instill character in young people through outdoor programs, civic service, personal advancement and other program delivery methods
We harness the power of the community to equip every public school student with the skills to succeed in college, career and civic responsibility.
San Francisco’s foster children need your support. Your donation provides them with art, music, athletics, camp, field trips, scholarships, and other life enriching experiences.
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.
Brothers on the Rise facilitates academic, personal and professional success of underprivileged male youth through counseling, case management, literacy, life skills, leadership and career development.
Providing critical services to youth in the Inland Empire by empowering families through year-round and seasonal programs.
Provide educational advocacy services for parents, students, school site staff relating to special and high need students in grades K-14.
Promote healthy lifestyles in children by evaluating medical, nutritional, social, economic and behavioral issues through care plans, feeding interventions, education and links to resources.
Shady Creek Outdoor Education Foundation provides access to students to attend Shady Creek Outdoor School through grants, fundraising activities, student scholarships and program support.
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.
Transforming the lives of children through expert care, teaching and research in burns, spinal cord injuries, pediatric surgery and orthopaedics.
We offer many child development resources for children, parents, childcare providers, playgroups, and a Learning Center with a Lending Library and Play Space.¬†
Our mission is to deliver innovative outdoor, science-based education programs for youth to develop critical thinking skills and to inspire natural resource stewardship.
Provide access to emergency food, clothing, resources, skills building and education that creates a path to achieve self-sufficiency for those in need.
Community partnerships to provide quality public education for all. Serving special needs children and young adults. Adaptive playground equipment for children with limited mobility skills.
Implementing the vision of technology for the future by developing measurable, high-technology programs and initiatives that benefit Riverside businesses, schools, local governments, and residents.
Cultivates the leadership skills of residents to support early education and family engagement through eveidenced-based practices messaging campaigns and community organizing.
Using horses to make a positive difference in the lives of children and youth living with social, emotional or physical challenges, including terminal illness.
Providing women and girls with the access to the education and training they need to chieve economic empowerment
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.
Provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
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.
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.