Our specialized team of doctors, nurses, counselors and trained
volunteers offer a comprehensive hospice program that emphasizes
comfort and dignity for every patient.
We operate over 40 mental health services that include housing,
employment, day centers, and family support.
Supports the charitable and community health care mission of
French Hospital, a not-for-profit hospital, through donations to
enhance patient and community programs and services.
We provide people with intellectual disabilities an opportunity
to participate in health initiatives, sports programs and
leadership training at no cost to them.
Every dog and cat has a loving home.
Educate the public on the benefits of state park patrol dog teams
in our communities and provide charitable support for care for
retired patrol dogs.
Providing practical home furnishings to our Veterans, Active
Duty, Reservists at no cost, connecting them to Service & Rescued
The Parkinson s Foundation makes life better for people with
Parkinson s disease by improving care and advancing research
toward a cure.
We guide 3,800 individuals (1,000 in Sacramento) in rebuilding
their lives after experiencing homelessness by ensuring stable
housing and a path to self-sufficiency.
Volunteer Hospice serving those facing life-limiting illness,
end-of-life, or grief by providing in-home support, caregiver
respite, grief counseling, and care management, all at no cost.
Providing disadvantaged children suffering from deformities
caused by birth defects, abuse or accidents with fully covered
reconstructive surgery and related healthcare services.
Our Therapeutic Early Childhood Education provides early
childhood education and mental health services to children ages
2-5, family therapy, parenting classes, and family case
Education of Celiac Disease; enhance awareness CD to general
public, medical, consumer product manufacturers & restaurants.
Administer Camp Celiac for kids.
This food pantry offers shelf stable items, fresh produce, milk,
eggs and meat to low income residents of Atascadero, Templeton,
Creston, Santa Margarita, CA Valley
Serving those who are homeless through a holistic approach for
their housing, self-sufficiency, physical and mental well-being,
including a special focus on serving homeless youth.
Dedicated to providing supportive services and volunteer programs
to individuals and families who are facing challenging
circumstances and difficult life transitions.
GITC supports highly-engaged student learning in public schools
by training and equipping teachers and school staff to integrate
music with academic instruction and SEL.
ACSED represents persons with disabilities who are either seeking
employment with the State of CA or already working for the State.
Everyone in CA Should Have Enough to Eat. We shape the programs
and policies that connect people and the food they need to
Offering recovery and reintegration programs, free of charge, to
firefighters and civilians burn survivors of all ages.