United Way envisions a world where all individuals achieve their
human potential through education, financial stability, and
To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need
us most, to realize their full potential as productive,
Legal assistance for poor and low income individuals
Working with the Sheriff’s Work Project we provide
underprivileged children with gifts, bicycles, computers,
clothing and food for more than 7500 families during the
Purple Hearts helps Southern California families impacted by
domestic violence rebuild their lives through financial
counseling, job assistance and household renewal.
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.
Activities: licensed childcare, summer and holiday day camps,
overnight camping, swim lessons, youth sports, leadership skills
training. Financial assistance is available for deserving
Pacific Lifeline, a faith-based ministry, empowers women and
their children facing chronic homelessness and helps them achieve
personal and social stability
Transforms the lives of abused, abandoned, or neglected children
by providing them with trained volunteer Court Appointed Special
Vulnerable Californians of all ages and circumstances benefit
from a full range of services designed to alleviate poverty and
to promote self-sufficiency.
Committed to enriching the quality of life of those 50 & older in
the community through advocacy and providing health & wellness
Soroptimist improves the lives of women and girls through
programs leading to social and economic empowerment.
Our Mission is to provide strong and enduring, one-to-one,
professionally supported mentoring relationships for every child
who needs and wants one.
Only food bank serving eastern Riverside County, CA; 100
community-based distribution partners from Banning to Blythe, 10+
million pounds food assistance distributed annually
We build bridges for disadvantaged students throughout Riverside
County to find opportunities for success in learning and in life.
Mission to counsel physically, sexually, and emotionally abused
children, and to focus on prevention, community education and
breaking the cycle of generational abuse
Martha’s serves homeless and impoverished individuals through
transitional housing, meals, counseling, healthcare, children’s
programs, recovery services, employment and education services,
and emergency assistance.
Komen Promise: to save lives and end breast cancer forever by
empowering people, ensuring quality care for all and energizing
science to find cures.
To meet the communities urgent need for affordable, accessible
after school programs for all youth, particularly at-risk
children and teens from low-income families.
Bridging individuals with civil and business organizations to
overcome and prevent homelessness.