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We serve our local homeless community by providing transitional housing for single adults, mentoring to students, and outreach services such as meals and showers.
Carry The Load is dedicated to honoring and celebrating the sacrifices made by our nation’s heroes.
Waging Peace. Fighting Disease. Building Hope. Led by former President Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter, the Center advances human rights and alleviates unnecessary human suffering.
National CASA/GAL leads a nationwide movement of programs whose volunteers advocate for children who have experienced abuse or neglect so they can thrive.
Casa de Esperanza provides 24/7 safe shelter, counseling, education and advocacy for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and human trafficking.
CASA El Dorado recruits, trains and manages court appointed special advocates that advocate on behalf of children in the foster care system in our community.
We recruit, train and support Court Appointed Special Advocates to ensure the children are safe and have everything they need for healthy growth and development.
AID SUPERIOR COURT IN THE OPERATION OF THE COURT APPOINTED ADVOCATE PROGRAM
Casa Pacifica restores hope, enhances resilience, and strengthens community connections for children, young adults and families at the most challenging times of their lives.
Our Montessori based faith formation helps children ages 3-12 cultivate deep, lifelong relationships with Christ.
Catholic Charities of Ventura County helps over 6,000 at-risk individuals and families throughout Ventura County address their daily needs by providing critical support and services.
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County serves and advocates for individuals and families in need, especially those living in poverty. Rooted in gospel values, we work to create a more just and compassionate community in which people of all cultures and beliefs can participate.
We provide for 20 programs serving nearly 20,000 people each year, including shelters, counseling, immigration support, with a goal of finding homes with love for all.
To support children, youth, families, and seniors from crisis to stability to well-being.
“Providing Help. Creating Hope.” Catholic Charities of Yolo-Solano advances Christ’s mission by collaborating with diverse communities, providing services to the poor and vulnerable, promoting human dignity and advancing for social justice.
We fight poverty and its consequences through crisis intervention services and by strengthening families resulting in new opportunities and changed futures.
Supporting families, aging adults and adults with disabilities, and youth through social services and opportunities for healthy growth and development.
The foundation develops, acquires and distributes funds that provide support to parish, educational, religious, charitable and other organizations comprising the Catholic community of the county.
CLINIC and its 380+ affiliates assist low-income immigrants, reunite families, promote citizenship, help victims of domestic violence, advocate, build capacity, train legal immigration providers.
Inspired by the example of Jesus, we work in partnership globally to deliver locally sustainable, quality health solutions to women, children, and their communities.
Catholic Relief Services assists the poor and vulnerable overseas by responding to major emergencies, fighting disease and poverty and nurturing peaceful and just societies.
Serving in faith, transforming through love! We connect Christian volunteers with opportunities to serve the poor and make a difference in communities across the globe.
Supporting the Catholic Church in defending human life from the moment of conception. Providing youth conferences, defense of religious liberties, and right-to-life education.
We rescue cats facing imminent execution if they do not get interim financial sponsors or foster parents or receive medical treatment required to become adoptable.
The CCC Foundation’s mission is to support the California Conservation Corps’ mission and programs through philanthropy.
The Foundation funds national initiatives to end the suffering caused by celiac disease through medical research, patient and healthcare provider education, and public policy advocacy.
Presenting stories conveying the richness and diversity of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible. Connecting filmmakers and their stories to people and communities.
The Center is devoted to saving life on Earth: protecting biodiversity and the environment through science, legal actions, activism, and strategic media and outreach.
We provide bi-lingual hotlines, housing, support groups, advocacy and outreach services for battered women and their children. Violence prevention services and programs for men/teens.
Maximizing communication potential through early education, family support and community audiology services.
We provide immediate, effective, and comprehensive employment services exclusively to individuals who have recently returned home from incarceration.
Our mission is to improve the social, emotional, psychological, economic, and physical health of refugees and immigrants
CFF responds to the needs of fathers and their families by offering programs and services that lead to family growth, enrichment, and empowerment.
We partner with the community to create opportunities for people to realize their full potential.
Improve lives by assisting individuals transitioning from rehabilitation or with barriers to employment, to enter the workforce and become contributing members of society.
Our mission is to build the capacity of educators in order to create and sustain powerful public schools that prepare every student for college, career and life.
The Center for Reproductive Rights uses the power of law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights around the world.
CPAF assists homeless Asian and Pacific Islander (API) survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in finding shelter, safe harbor, and access to critical services.
CUESA is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization†dedicated to growing thriving communities through the power and joy of local food.
CARECEN works to empower Central Americans, and all immigrants, by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice, and promoting cultural diversity.
PROVIDES SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES AFFECTED BY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.
?To build community strength by advocating for policies and rendering services which foster self-sufficiency and cultural enrichment.†Hospitality House encourages self-help, mutual respect, and increased self-esteem. The goal of these efforts is to make the heart of San Francisco a better place for us all.
Central City Neighborhood Partner’s mission is to foster economic development and create systemic change by developing collaborative partnerships and linking resources to improve the health and economic outcomes for children, families, and communities. With a foundation based on Community, Collaboration, and Systemic Change, CCNP primarily focuses on 1) Equal Access to Essential Need Services, 2) Building Financial Security, and 3) Empowering Tomorrow√≠s Leaders .
CCGIA strives to provide the most up to date training, information and intelligence to working investigators and law enforcement officers by providing affordable classes.
Our organization reliably provides healthy and fresh groceries with Dignity and Respect to the food insecure at mobile sites throughout Sacramento.
Central Neighborhood Health Foundation (CNHF) seeks to minimize disparities in healthcare access and outcomes by providing superior quality patient-centered healthcare through an integrated delivery system for underserved and vulnerable multi-ethnic communities in the State of California.
CNHF serves nearly 14,000 patients each year, 96% of whom are Black/African Americans and Hispanics. As a 330h FQHC, CNHF operates four clinics in medically-underserved service areas (MUAs) of LA County where up to 4…
The Central Valley Homeless Veterans Assistance Program provides local veterans with financial assistance and other services to help veterans achieve stability in their lives.
The Cerebral Palsy Foundation works to transform the lives of people with cerebral palsy (and related disabilities) today through research, innovation and collaboration.
Ceres is a nonprofit organization transforming the economy to build a just and sustainable future for people and the planet.
CHADD provides assistance to individuals and families with ADHD who are in need of support through monthly information & chapter support meetings.