provides a wide spectrum of health & human services including
mental health & wellness, addiction treatment & rehabilitation,
Veterans services, housing services, education and prevention.
The Indian Law Resource Center provides legal assistance to
indigenous peoples to combat racism and oppression, realize their
human rights, protect their lands and resources.
5.4 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s and this number
will skyrocket without research for prevention. Help fight
Alzheimer’s disease/ensure optimum brain function throughout our
Since 1924, we have provided summer camp experiences to Oakland
and Bay Area youth and families; promoting and celebrating
connections between nature, family, and community.
An organization dedicated to rescuing and re-homing German
Shepherds and mixes from at-risk situations and placing them in
permanent, loving homes.
We operate Camp Okizu, a variety of medically supervised
residential camps and peer support programs for children with
cancer and their families.
The Tower Foundation is dedicated solely to philanthropy and
encourages private gifts, trusts, and bequests for the benefit of
San Jose State University.
APEN works for environmental justice for all people who have a
right to a clean and healthy environment, in which communities
can live and thrive.
For young men/women, allowing them to develop skills/knowledge
needed to serve the people of California through discipline and a
commitment to serving their community.
Our mission is to assist law enforcement personnel, support
staff, and their families in times of crisis, as a result of
tragedy or victimization
We help the undereducated become fully educated through
developing soft skills, conflict resolution and STEAM activities
Ending homelessness for women with children thru total
transformation, practical life skills, reunification of children
out of foster care, and gaining independence.
ZERO’s mission is to end prostate cancer by advancing research,
encouraging action, and providing education and support to men
and their families.
The mission of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
is to inspire wonder, discovery, and responsibility for our
natural and cultural worlds.
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.
To promote education and livelihood skills, especially for girls
and women, in the remote regions of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and
Empowering individuals to be potent, loving, contributing beings.
Promoting personal growth and social change by replacing
ignorance, shame, and fear with awareness, acceptance, and love.
Save animals who have run out of time at public shelters, provide
humane education, and bring people and animals together to enrich
each other’s lives.
Facilitates healthier, more fulfilling lives in communities
struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster, and disease, in three
signature program areas: Women, Children, and Climate.
Receive gifts, grants, contributions, for use in encouragement,
development of citizenship, patriotism, character, leadership,
hope, service and charity among young women. Provide scholarships