We operate Camp Okizu, a variety of medically supervised
residential camps and peer support programs for children with
cancer and their families.
Improve quality of life for persons with Celiac Disease; promote
awareness of disease among general public, medical practitioners,
consumer product manufacturers and restaurants.
We are a STEM incubator for 3rd -12th grade underserved,
underrepresented and low-income rising youth. We utilize Khan
Academy math and Lego Education robotics.
We promote the ability of all individuals to lead fulfilled
lives, build healthy families, and make informed decisions,
through health services, education, and advocacy.
Provides direct support and assistance to victims of crime and
their families, collaborates with district attorneys, law
enforcement, and others determined to enhance public safety.
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.
We give children in need new sneakers so that they can attend
school with dignity and joy, prepared to learn, play and thrive.
We provide financial assistance and community programs for
special needs and medically fragile children. We are building the
Jack Ready Universally Accessible Imagination Park.
The Education Foundation was established in 1993 and is committed
to supporting land surveying students and programs.
A 356-bed pediatric medical center with 525+ practicing doctors,
Valley Children’s provides high quality, comprehensive health
care services to children regardless of ability to pay.
Helping GSPs in need find loving homes! Saving dogs from death’s
door, giving much-needed vet care including spay/neuter, finding
fabulous forever homes.
We provide support for legal immigration and citizenship, tattoo
removal, and assists families with support for Cal Fresh,
Medi-Cal, Eviction Prevention, and Nutrition Education.
Providing home furnishings to Veterans, Active Duty, Reservists,
unite them with rescued animals so they can be trained to become
service dogs at no cost.
Programs for all abilities–children, families, Veterans,
disabled, and underserved. To increase mobility, ability,
fitness, literacy, social/work skills, including sports and
To provide immediate financial assistance to CMC employees and
staff in times of catastrophe and medical need due to unforeseen
Provide wilderness camping facilities, experiences, educational
opportunities, health care and counseling for hearing impaired
Our Organization provides a home a away from home for the
families who have a child in critical condition in the hospital
and other resources.
We serve adults with various levels of Intellectual Disabilities.
Our free programs and services provide hope and help to blind or
visually impaired adults and children, building vital skills for
independent and fulfilling lives.
Provides operating funds and technology enhancement services to
37 historically black colleges and universities (HBCU),
scholarships and internships for students at 1,000 institutions.