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We provide financial assistance and community programs for special needs and medically fragile children. We are building the Jack Ready Universally Accessible Imagination Park.
A community resource dedicated to providing shelter for individuals in traumatic medical need, and their loved ones.
Committed to enriching the quality of life of those 50 & older in the community through advocacy and providing health & wellness programs.
We serve 10,000 people annually in high-quality programs and holiday celebrations for families and adults, including preschool, day camp and afterschool, and senior wellness offerings.
Compassionate, preventive, therapeutic, educational, and supportive professional and volunteer services help 80,000 people – children, families, and elderly – annually, relieving suffering and sustaining self-sufficiency.
We provide mental health counseling, senior care management, substance abuse counseling, emergency assistance, community education, information and referrals.
Non-sectarian agency dedicated to providing emergency assistance and food; seniors, family, and holocaust survivors support; counseling; case management; resettlement, vocational and volunteer services.
We offer interest-free loans on a non-sectarian basis to individuals and businesses whose needs are urgent and who may not qualify through traditional financial channels.
JVS fights poverty and transforms lives by helping people to build skills and find work.
We desire to bring Hope, Love and Awareness to those afflicted by addiction. We have made it our mission to let them know, “You Matter.”
JLS is committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.
Provides youth and adults with career coaching, job readiness workshops, vocational training, educational scholarships, mentoring, work experience, and assists with job placement.
We accept donations to give free bulletproof vests to California law enforcement dogs. We believe police dogs deserve the same protection as their handler.
Provides pediatric cancer patients and their families with financial assistance, education, information and emotional support on their childhood cancer journey.
A support, education, and counseling service for kinship, adoption and foster families; preserving the physical, emotional and mental health of chhildren so they can thrive
The foundation of our work is the Santa Clara County Children’s Agenda, a focused, integrated initiative that utilizes data and research to inform decision-making
For all children to have a safe, health, and nurturing environment to prevent and treat child abuse through education, advocacy and treatment.
We provide free legal representation and social service referrals for unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children.
Our mission is to be a catalyst that inspires, connects and mobilizes individual people, churches, businesses, and local government towards personal and community development.
Provides services for seniors 60 years of age and older.
To increase the organized capacity of people to care for one another.
Help break the cycle of poverty. Empower people around the world with a $25 loan! Enabling people to help themselves leads to healthy, sustainable communities.
Provides temporary housing and support to families of seriously ill or injured loved ones being treated at UC Davis Medical Center or Shriner’s Hospital for Children-Northern California.
We exist to bring hope and healing to children, youth and families through meaningful relationships and quality programs and services.
KCCEB’s mission is to empower Korean and other immigrant communities in the Bay Area through advocacy, education, service and development of community based resources.
Domestic violence crisis response, intervention and prevention services for women, teens, children, and older adults: counseling, assessment, advocacy, referrals; 24-hour hotlines, confidential shelter, community services.
Providing comprehensive medical care to 91,000 patients at 32 sites in the Bay Area. We serve all races and ages, regardless of ability to pay.
Forty five years of service and experience providing multi-cultural counseling, support and outreach services to at-risk youth and families, bilingual staff, free services, Sacramento area.
Our mission is to be a catalyst for change towards equal opportunity in Sonoma Valley through health, education, and financial security.
Culturally competent services for underserved populations including primary care, dental, mental health, health education, transitional housing, legal advocacy, microcredit, food pantry and job training.
LFCD is a trusted partner who advances the wellbeing of diverse communities through culturally informed employment, housing, and education services. Provide five core strategic service areas: 1. Career and Jobs, 2. Financial Education, 3. Youth Employmen
LFS is committed to ending abuse in our community through Prevention, Healing, Advocacy, Safety and Education, that will support the victim’s journey to empowerment.
Laura’s House provides vital services to assist individuals affected by domestic violence through support programs and education and prevention.
Bringing Sacramento’s LGBTQI Community history into todays context, with a full-service lending library, manuscript collections, book, movie and author events, also space for meetings
LYRIC’s mission is to build community, inspire positive social change through education enhancement, career training, health promotion, and leadership development.
Over 100 volunteer Chaplains are available 24 hours a day 365 days a year. We attend to post trauma reactions on scene available to all
Providing supportive housing for homeless men and women in Placer County.
LSC assists low-income youth who deserve to be raised in a healthy environment with access to services that are necessary to thrive and grow.
Provides quality legal services that empower the poor to identify and defeat the causes and effects of poverty within our community, using all available resources.
Funds research to find a cure for leukemia and other blood cancers and provides emotional, educational and financial support to patients and their families.
To advocate on behalf of the Orange County Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer/Questioning communities and provide services that ensure its well-being and positive identity.
To foster, sponsor and provide educational and social programs designed to strengthen families, with a focus on life skills training, education and supportive services for children, adults and seniors.
Provides shelter and support services for homeless families and individuals so they can re-establish self-sufficiency and return to long-term housing.
LIFT empowers families to break the cycle of poverty. We provide wraparound supports to improve families’ personal well-being, financial capabilities, employment, opportunities and social connections.
FREE Comprehensive safety-net services, including psychotherapy counseling, educational classes and access to community resources. All services offered in English & Spanish to Placer County residents.
Promotes the independence, equality and self-reliance of people who are blind or visually impaired through rehabilitation training, employment programs, advocacy and an array of services.
We exist to ensure every child has the opportunity to be part of a safe, nurturing, lifelong family. We believe a child should be raised by a family and not an institution. We provide foster care, adoption and kinship support services.
Supporting PALS, Placer County Library’s free literacy tutoring program, since 1991. We provide books and other materials – and volunteers – to help lift local literacy skills!
Our donations are used to benefit quality programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities like Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, and other cognitive disabilities.
Alleviate human suffering among the poor and marginalized in East Africa. Help supply basic human/spiritual needs; build churches, schools, health clinics and youth hostels.