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We’ve made a breakthrough – 84% of our students complete a four-year degree compared to the national rate of 24 percent for students from low-income households.
Serving those who are homeless through a holistic approach for their housing, self-sufficiency, physical and mental wellbeing, including a special focus on serving homeless youth.
916 Ink transforms low income, underprivileged, and at-risk youth into published authors, building confident communicators who know the power of their own story.
APCH provides a safe environment with programs in arts, education & wellness for youth in L.A. to help improve their conditions & develop purposeful lives.
Thousands of innocent orphans, cruelly abandoned: alone, hungry, desperate, terrified victims of disease, war, extreme poverty. Please help us house, feed, love and rehabilitate them.
ABRAZAR (to Embrace) provides programs promoting self-sufficiency through financial coaching and education; free tax preparation; emergency food services; transportation; dental care; afterschool programing.
Thousands of innocent children are tragically hurt every day by emotional, physical and sexual abuse. Help protect and restore through prevention, rehabilitation and God’s love.
CYFC helps foster youth to avoid the educational achievement gap, receive their high school diploma and earn a college degree through academic remediation, intervention and student support services.
For over 60 years, we’ve provided safe, loving homes to abused and neglected children. We recruit, train, certify and support foster families.
One child dying of hunger every twelve seconds- over 7,000 a day- must stop! Make a difference. Your actions can help save a child!
Our Mission is to inspire and enable all youth to realize their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.
Clothing Closet & diapers for new Foster/Relative placements , Back to School Picnic with backpacks, Christmas Party with gifts and trainings/support for RFA parents.
Seven days a week caring volunteers deliver a hot, nourishing mid-day meal to homebound Alameda residents of all ages requesting assistance.
We are a supportive housing community that uses all its resources to help families and adults break the cycle of homelessness and poverty
Our mission is keeping young people alive and free, unharmed by violence and free from incarceration.
Each day we serve 4,000 men, women, and children with emergency shelter, affordable housing, residential drug and alcohol treatment, job training, and other support services.
ATCAA serves Amador and Tuolumne Counties. We are an anti-poverty agency. We run Head Start, Food Bank, Shelters, Energy & Weatherization, Youth and Family Programs.
Making your community a better place to live. LIC charities educate children, feed and shelter the homeless, strengthen families, rescue unwanted animals and much more.
Making the Bible available to every person in a language and format each can understand and afford, so they may experience it’s life changing message.
Protecting millions of children and animals from abuse, neglect and abandonment for 135 years. We lead understanding of the human-animal bond. The abuse must stop!
Services provided are focused on American Indian families, children and youth and include foster care, education, cultural, youth development services for middle and high school.
Raising standard of living, self-esteem of Native American children. Providing relief, development to Indian Reservations. Teaching traditional life skills, healthy lifestyles, respect for Mother Earth.
Provides emergency response services and trains individuals to respond and provide relief through CPR/1st Aid and disaster training for local/national crises.
A national humanitarian organization led by volunteers that provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people to prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
Supports the preservation and enjoyment of the American River Parkway by fostering environmental education, stewardship and volunteer opportunities.
Everyone Plays! Support America’s most child-focused youth sports program: Help AYSO scholarship underprivileged kids to play soccer, learn life lessons, have fun!
The world needs multi-cultural leaders! We are doing our part by providing exemplary leadership training, international development and extraordinary cross-cultural immersion experiences to young adults.
We provide after-school programming to thousands of youth. Our program focuses on three priority outcome areas: Healthy Lifestyles, Academic & Career, and Character & Leadership.
Through collaborative work we serve as a local public health planning and intervention agency, our programs target those who are undeserved, vulnerable, or at risk.
OACC builds vibrant communities through Asian and Pacific Islander arts and cultural programs that foster intergenerational and cross-cultural dialogue and understanding, collaboration, and social justice.
fosters respect, understanding and conservation of the world’s aquatic ecosystems through educational programs, interpretive exhibits, scientific research and aquarium propagation of aquatic species.
We work to improve people’s lives by focusing on health, education and financial stability – the building blocks for a good quality of life.
AADAP provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment and prevention services, including employment and education, to youth/adults throughout Los Angeles County. AADAP’s motto is “People Need People”.
AIWA empowers low-income, limited English speaking immigrant women and youth to improve their living and working conditions through education, leadership development and self-advocacy opportunities.
With your support, AND provides green construction/solar training to low-income, formerly incarcerated, homeless and emancipated youth. Over 80% obtain jobs within 6 mos.
APHCV operates centers that provide in-person interpreters for multiple languages and health care services including health education programs, behavioral health, and case management, and etc.
Our community needs your help. We provide food, new school clothing, necessary supplies and vital enrichment programs to children, families, foster youth and the elderly.
Provides clothing, comfort and education for homeless and economically disadvantaged children in our community.
Focuses on helping the community’s children and youth who are in need, primarily by providing new school clothes and supplies, food, scholarships and other support.
CAVE provides Chico State students with meaningful volunteer opportunities, develops student leaders, and serves a broad base of community needs.
All over the world, we challenge barriers that keep refugees from moving freely and living safely; because when refugees can rebuild their lives, communities thrive.
Through wildlife sanctuaries and centers for nature education, ACR preserves precious habitat for native plants and animals, while teaching nature appreciation to all ages.
We support lifelong opportunities for persons with autism and their families, as fully included, participating members of their community through advocacy, public awareness and education.
Counsel callers, providing support, resources and referral; recreation, social activities, summer day camps, scholarships, and opportunities for children and adults with autism and their families.
We promote community support, education and housing options. Our Housing Initiative coordinates parents, professionals, and policymakers to catalyze the process of planning for the future.
The agency was originally founded in 1973 as a private non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation. We provide high quality child care and development, Preschool, and nutrition programs in centers and family child care homes for the low income families.
BANANAS provides free parenting information, workshops, referrals to child care, and subsidized child care to parents and trainings, resources and technical assistance to childcare providers.
Help prevent child abuse, keep families together. We offer shelter to children and resources to families in crisis, giving them time to resolve their problems.
Continuum of Care programs provide emergency services (food, shelter, clothing, education, counseling and more) that empower the homeless to change their world.
America SCORES brings soccer, poetry, and service-learning programs to low-income youth six days a week to address the needs of the whole child.