UWMC fights for the financial stability of working families by increasing access to affordable, quality child care and housing and providing services that build assets.
The Arthritis Foundation is the champion of Yes. The Foundation helps conquer battles through life-changing information and resources, access to care and advancements in science.
The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care and support and the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research.
Shelters homeless, neglected, and abused pets and livestock; investigates animal cruelty; and rescues and rehabilitates orphaned or injured wildlife.
We are accelerating progress against cancer in every community by saving lives, helping those touched by cancer, and empowering people to fight back against cancer.
Living well includes dying peacefully, in comfort, and with dignity. We advocate for and financially support compassionate end-of-life care through a variety of service providers.
Accessible, personalized, affordable reproductive and primary health care, educational programs and advocacy for women, men, teens and families throughout central and northern California.
Since 1952 we’ve worked on the Central Coast to ensure breathing is not a struggle or risk — if you can breathe — be grateful!
Youth in need of empathy and confidence train dogs in need of adoption. Youth contribute to their community and gain self-respect through the human-animal bond.
We are pioneering proactive, passive/public parenting education. That is…we place parenting tips in public spaces for all to read.
CAIR California works to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.
A support group for inmates and their children, is contesting mass incarceration and recidivism, because children with an incarcerated parent face unique difficulty.
Providing culturally congruent therapeutic services to underserved African Americans, including counseling, tutorial and enrichment support, employment readiness, Saturday school for children of African ancestry.
We offer a variety of clinical, crisis, educational, outreach, and supportive services, including a 24/7/365 suicide crisis line, designed to strengthen family and community life.
Provide scholarships to students enrolled in land surveying courses at universities and junior colleges.
Dedicated to the self-sufficiency of people with mental illness, we provide supported housing and mental health services to adults in Monterey County with severe mental illness.
We seek to improve the quality of life for persons with Celiac Disease; administer kids Celiac Camp; enhance awareness of the disease among the general public, medical professionals and restaurants.
Helping children and adults with disabilities reach their full potential, providing information, training, and resources that build strong families and improve systems of care.
Youth Development through sports and activities for under served youth statewide.
Cal-IPC’s mission is to protect California’s lands and waters from ecologically-damaging invasive plants through science, education and policy.