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Create lasting change in the lives of all at-risk children and youth with high quality care and services that promote safe and permanent environments.
Our mission is to uphold the diginity and ease the suffering of the terminally ill while supporting their loved ones, and those who are grieving
Hire Heroes USA empowers U.S. military members, veterans, spouses to succeed in the civilian workforce. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, our services are free to veterans.
Hispanics suffer economic barriers and have the highest high school drop-out rate. We provide internships, scholarships, and college retention/advancement programs to reverse this statistic.
HSF empowers Latino families with the knowledge and resources to successfully complete higher education while providing scholarships and support services to exceptional Hispanic American students.
Founded by Paul Newman, a non-profit summer camp and year-round center providing free services to children with life-threatening illnesses.
We help struggling families care for their children, and unite orphaned and abandoned children with adoptive families. Because every child deserves a loving, secure home.
Financial assistance and curriculum relief to struggling home school families. We invest in widows, single parents, special needs children, and military families. Give. Volunteer. Pray.
Providing shelter to homeless children, families and Veterans in America. Creating housing and support services so individuals can rebuild their lives and achieve self-sufficiency.
We provide mental health, family support, case management, parent education, advocacy and consultation services to homeless children, youth and families throughout San Francisco.
We build mortgage-free, specially adapted homes nationwide for severely injured Veterans Post-9/11, to enable them to rebuild their lives.
Hope Abides provides help to some of the 25 million orphaned and destitute children in India. We focus on improving educational opportunities and basic necessities.
To close the Opportunity Divide by providing low-income youth the skills, experience and support to empower them to achieve enduring personal and professional success.
Transitioning from where they were to great futures, both horse and human. Through education, riding programs and adaptive horsemanship programs.
Restore self, family and hope! Our programs support employment and education, clinical health and wellness, sports and recreation, build community and military relations and more.
Assisting individuals with developmental disabilities to live and participate in their communities.
Sick mothers in Cambodia. Orphans in Kenyan slums. Flood victims in the Philippines. Undereducated youth in the U.S. Help us bring them hope.
Supporting individuals through life-ending illness and assisting families /caregivers with grief and loss. We emphasize hospice and palliative care while providing public and professional education.
Providing compassionate end of life care. We offer grief support to children ages 5-19 through our griefbusters program, and weekly bereavement classes.
Hospice of Humboldt strives to provide heartfelt end of life care and grief support services for all who need them in Northern Humboldt County.
Provides practical, emotional and spiritual support without charge to SLO County adults and children facing a life-limiting illness or grieving a death.
Affirm life and promote dignity at the end of life by providing professional, comprehensive and compassionate care to patients, their loved ones and community.
Exceptional, compassionate, family-centered home health and hospice care for loved ones who face terminal and chronic illness. Help Pathways promote comfort, independence and dignity.
We provide home based Hospice/Palliative care and bereavement services including individual/group counseling, support groups, family camps, and school based counseling.
Hospitality House brings homeless people in Nevada County into a circle of community caring that offers shelter, sustenance, medical care, advocacy, opportunity, dignity, and hope as we assist them in transitioning from homelessness to housing.
Catholic Charities is a multi-service organization that provides a range of services for the poor, homeless and destitute in both Imperial and San Diego Counties.
HIP Housing’s unique programs prevent homelessness and help low-income individuals and families to break the cycle of poverty, and find a place to call home.
We provide physical and emotional safety planning for domestic violence victims.
Provides information and resources to educate the public and foster sound public policy to end discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Americans.
Collaborates with hundreds of partners who can provide the resources and opportunities that are central to foster care youth becoming successful, independent adults.
We mobilize the community to end the cycle of family homelessness, neglect and chronic poverty through our unique family empowerment and mentorship model.
Our program provides courses, recreational activities, disability related services and transportation to adults with a variety of physical disabilities that reside in Imperial County.
IVFB is the regional food bank for Imperial County, soliciting, storing, distributing food to 100+ agencies, churches, schools, soup kitchens and shelters throughout the county.
The Indian Law Resource Center provides legal assistance to indigenous peoples to combat racism and oppression, realize their human rights, protect their lands and resources.
We help young people experiencing homelessness in our community by proving housing, mental health care, and employment services to empower self-sufficency and independence.
Immediate financial assistance and lifetime support provided to wounded, critically ill, and injured service members and their families. A+ and 4 stars ratings.
ICLC provides free legal services to low-income individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in Los Angeles County.
Life is difficult still for Black children, families and communities worldwide; help us provide relief efforts, aid and programs to make life better for all.
Stand for the Truth! Science strongly supports the Bible’s authority and accuracy. Scientific research, educational programs, and media presentations equip Christians to defend their Faith.
Interfaith Food Ministry feeds the hungry and works to reduce food insecurity in Nevada County, helping to sustain health, human dignity, and the opportunity for individuals to realize their full potential.
Interfaith Shelter Network (IFSN) is a Housing First agency committed to providing housing, permanent housing placement and retention services, and a hand up to homeless individuals and families in an atmosphere of dignity, respect and kindness; towards an outcome of empowerment, self-sufficiency and independence.
Equipping servants worldwide with the tools to bring healing and restoration to the suffering thru distribution of medicines, hygiene products, reconditioned medical equipment, nutritional supplements.
Create a brighter, more equitable future for women and girls. ICRW empowers women, advances gender equality and fights poverty through research, capacity building and advocacy.
Provides hope, love and compassion to orphaned, abandoned and relinquished children through adoption, foster care, humanitarian aid and family training. Making a difference for children.
Every seven minutes an American loses their sight permanently. Our free guide dogs help these individuals pursue their goal of independence with confidence and dignity.
Providing access to sexual and reproductive health information and services for all, especially the poor and marginalized.
Provide treatment facilities for military personnel severely injured in Iraq and Afghanistan with programs fostering a family healing process. Also called Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.
Help address critical issues facing Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families, including mental health injuries, Traumatic Brain Injury, high suicide rates and staggering unemployment.
Assisting the poor and needy (mainly Muslims in America) with emergency funds to avoid eviction, pay overdue utility, medical and other bills, and achieve self-sufficiency.
500 million people—most in remote and difficult locations—have no Scripture in a language they fully comprehend. We’re here to do something about that.