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We provide safe places to learn and grow, life-enhancing programs, character development experiences, hope, and opportunity for over 2,500 Oakland girls and boys each year.
We serve more than 1,200 youth/day at eight Clubhouses in the city’s toughest neighborhoods, and provide a residential summer camp in Mendocino County.
To improve each child’s life by implementing educational programs and activities that increase self-esteem, courage, and positive values through tutoring, computer training, sports education, homework help, mentoring and more.
All day child care for year round students Mon-Fri 7:30-6:00pm. After school activities with transportation Mon-Fri until 6:00pm. Programs: education, arts, athletics, leadership.
Comprehensive youth enrichment after school and summer program for youth 5-18, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, caring citizens.
We offer year-round programs for ALL kids 5-18 focusing on Education & Career Development, the Arts, Healthy Lifestyles, Sports and Recreation, and Leadership training.
We provide youth programs designed to mold our youth into productive, caring and responsible citizens.
A youth development organization with a focus on life skills. Operating Monday through Friday and most school holidays. Serving youth between the ages of 6 – 18.
Utilizing a youth development strategy we build self-confidence, self-esteem and foster a sense of belonging for the over 7,200 youth served daily in Kern County.
Our goal: To cut the number of gun deaths in half by 2025 through education campaigns, litigation and multi-level advocacy. Join the movement, today!
Our free programs and services provide hope and help to blind or visually impaired adults and children, building vital skills for independent and fulfilling lives.
Brain injury happens anytime, to anyone, anywhere. We provide help, hope, healing for millions of Americans who live with often misdiagnosed and misunderstood brain injury.
We serve individuals with acquired brain injuries from traumatic brain injury, stroke, tumor and illness by providing information, referral, peer support, education and advocacy services.
Strengthening African initiatives for self-sufficiency through grassroots health, clean water, education, orphanages, vocational training, agriculture, and micro-credit programs focusing on women and children.
Programs help able/disabled children, families, Veterans and underserved with mobility, literacy, health/fitness developing lifelong social skills, values, and physical activity in positive environments.
Stop dating abuse and promote healthy relationships by providing practical resources to young-adults and adult awareness tools to create a culture without domestic violence.
A six-year college access program committed to getting high-potential, low-income students to four-year colleges.
BCAction is the watchdog of the breast cancer movement. We work to achieve health justice for women at risk of and living with breast cancer.
Our program service goal is to educate and provide the latest accurate information about integrated cancer care, cancer prevention, recovery, treatment, early detection and survival.
Emergency financial assistance helps low-income breast cancer patients maintain basic needs, medical care, and quality of life. Help us keep families fighting breast cancer together.
The Breast Cancer Fund works to prevent breast cancer by eliminating our exposure to toxic chemicals and radiation linked to the disease.
Provides research grants, medical equipment and supplies to clinics that treat breast cancer and other chronic diseases. Provides educational materials for patients. Cancer support groups.
Accelerate innovative research to save lives: 1 in 8 US women will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Help us achieve prevention and a cure.
Provide programs to improve our air quality, to eliminate tobacco use, help people with asthma and other lung disease, provide youth education and leadership opportunities.
Take a deep breath — if you can — be grateful! For 106 years we’ve worked to ensure breathing is not a struggle or risk.
20% Tanzanian child mortality. Orphans left uneducated. Girls walk 8 hours to fetch polluted water. Help us provide education scholarships, clean water and health services.
Empower high-potential, low-income students to gain admission to, succeed in, and graduate from four-year colleges and universities.
Brighter Beginnings provides healthcare and social services in the areas of early childhood development, teen family support, and financial coaching to low-income East Bay residents.
We drive innovative research worldwide and promote public awareness about Alzheimer’s disease, risk factors, treatments, and coping strategies.
Connecting People’s Resources with People’s Needs: 58 Years, 149 Countries, $4 billion in books, food, medical supplies, pharmaceuticals. Forbes Magazine ”1st in efficiency.”
Mental health and addiction services, including Suicide Prevention Hotline, housing and supported employment, promoting recovery and hope for North Bay residents of all ages.
Volunteer-based humanitarian organization that serves in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals, providing disaster relief, environmental protection, education, and medical services both domestically and internationally.
Serve children and parents by providing personalized education, support, and connections to community resources, enabling them to become healthy and self-sufficient families.
Individuals and families in crisis need you!! Building Futures’ spectrum of services ensures they receive all they need to regain safe and stable lives.
We turn lives around for homeless and low-income families, youth and individuals through housing and supportive services in Berkeley, Oakland and Hayward.
Our mission is to improve the quality of life for low-wage property service workers and their families by increasing their skills, access to education, and opportunities for career and community advancement and participation.
We provide fire and burn prevention education, burn survivor support programs such as Camp Beyond the Scars and fund vital burn research/treatment.
Burn Institute focuses on burn survivor support including counseling, emergency assistance, and camps for burn-injured children; and fire and burn prevention education safeguarding the community.
Our mission is to protect and defend the land, air and water of Butte County and the surrounding region through action, advocacy and education.
Wounded warriors, veterans, military personnel and their families enjoy adaptive and therapeutic recreational fishing adventures. Local communities coming together to support and honor our veterans._x000B_
We provide quality residential care to abandoned and/or neglected children ages 7-18.
We provide immediate one-time assistance to the families of CAHP members upon notification of a death and to allied law enforcement agencies upon notification of a line of duty death.
We provide free access to medical, dental and vision care through volunteer led pop-up clinics at locations across California
We advocate for public policies, programs, and resources that empower and protect the rights of all youth and operate a statewide, 24-hour, youth crisis hotline.
We provide emotional and financial assistance to families of fallen firefighters, firefighters and the communities they protect.