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Disabled children and adults receive specialized one-on-one instruction and adaptive equipment in outdoor recreation therapy activities to improve physical, emotional, and social health and functioning.
Reach children where needs are greatest, immediately respond when emergencies strike, invest in innovative solutions to the problems and advocate for their well being.
United Way Fresno and Madera Counties dismantles systemic barriers to prosperity through the creation and implementation of collaborative community solutions.
We improve the capacity of people to care for one another
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.
For almost 70 years, we have been dedicated to the work of addressing root causes and improving the well-being of our community. We seek to accomplish this doing in two critical ways:
Build United: United Way of Stanislaus County strongly believes in the importance of nonprofit capacity building. Until an organization can build the capacity to reach the “point of innovation”- and stay there-it’s unlikely to be able to meet the needs of the population it serves in the long term.
United Way realizes that there is no better way to increase efficiency, breakdown silos, and make bigger impact than to intentionally invest in nonprofits. We equip nonprofits with tools, through peer learning sessions, capacity assessment exercises, and funding to strengthen their effectiveness and fulfill their missions.
211 Stanislaus County: We play the role of connector for community residents as they look for resources to support themselves and their families. 211 is a free resource referral service that is available for any county resident in need of resources that include access to food, shelter, utility and rental assistance, mental health, domestic violence support, and many more.
It is only through generous donations from partners like you that United Way of Stanislaus County can make an impact on our community!
Working to break the cycle of poverty in the Coachella Valley. We mobilize the caring power of community for health, education, and financial stability.
Collecting and preserving narratives of veterans of African descent, while teaching youth the documentary and exhibit curation processes.
UpValley Family Centers provide guidance, support and resources in the community, in the home and for the individual, so that everyone can achieve a better life. We serve the northern Napa County, with offices in Calistoga and St. Helena. We serve children, youth, adults and families who live and work in the rural communities of Calistoga, St. Helena, Deer Park, Angwin, Pope Valley, Lake Berryessa, Oakville, and Rutherford.
To provide students and families with a holistic and personalized approach in their pursuit of academic achievement, education and economic sustainability and quality of life.
We provide young adults the tools to expand their career opportunities through education, skills training, and paid work experience on projects that benefit our communities._x000D_ _x000D_
VAR focuses our mission to organize, advocate, and educate our community. We accomplish this through mobilization, advocacy, and education ñ mobilization through events and coalition building, advocacy through empowering and strategy, and education through panels, workshops and cultural events.
The Mission of Village Community Resource Center is to provide information, support and coordination of resources to empower and improve the quality of life of disadvantaged children and their families in a culturally sensitive environment. We believe ALL children deserve an equal opportunity to succeed in school, work, and life. Therefore, we support and encourage children’s social, emotional, and academic development through educational programs while helping families actively engage in their children’s education. VCRC program areas include youth development, family leadership, and healthy communities.
Vital Link is a non-profit organization dedicated to preparing students for their future careers through experiential learning opportunities in career and technical fields.
Wai Mei School has been providing high quality bilingual education programming since 1974 to provide a safe, inclusive, and nurturing multicultural environment.
Westminster Free Clinic is a volunteer-based organization that provides free health services to the uninsured and prepares high school students for careers in healthcare
The Wilderness Society protects wilderness and inspires Americans to care for our wild places, preserving our rich natural legacy for current and future generations.
We provide medical, dental, prenatal, behavioral health, gender-affirming care, and enrollment services to individuals whether they have private insurance, public insurance, or no insurance!
We provide services for the homeless and we plan to build a tiny home community. We also have a program empowering women and teenage girls.
We believe that all human beings deserve to have stable housing and to live full and productive lives. The Womenís Daytime Drop-In Center empowers women and children to move from the streets to a home by providing a safe daytime refuge. We serve hot meals, groceries and provide hygeine supplies, diapers, housing resource counseling, case management and domestic violence services, a variety of referral services, and transitional housing for five single parent families.
Through the Power of Bicycles, we envision a world where distance is no longer a barrier to education, healthcare and economic opportunity.
Relief and development organization helping children worldwide by tackling causes of poverty and developing access to clean water, food, health care, education and economic opportunity.
Focus: youth development, healthy living and social responsibility _x0013_ because nurturing the potential of kids, helping people live healthier, and supporting our neighbors strengthen communities.
With a focus on developing the potential of children, healthy living, and social responsibility, the Y brings about meaningful change in the community.
Keeping children 0-5 safe and families healthy and whole through Crisis Overnight and Respite Care, Wraparound Family Services, and Specialized Infant Day Care and Preschool.
We prevent youth violence and build youth leadership in California communities. Our goal is to interrupt the cycle of violence on the streets.
As a leader in Mandarin Immersion education, we nurture our inclusive and diverse community to become empowered, engaged, and outstanding global citizens.
Yuba City Education Foundationís purpose is to remove barriers to learning for students of our schools through help with programmatic, medical/dental, financial and social needs.
YWCA Golden Gate Silicon Valley is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.
The YWCA San Francisco & Marin is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.