We’re on the forefront of innovative programming that aims to provide Bay Area residents with the tools they need to end the cycle of poverty.
Improve the health, mental health, and well-being of individuals, families, and the Asian Community.
EBCLC provides free legal advocacy and case representation to low-income people in the areas of housing, health, income, immigration, consumer debt, community re-entry, economic development.
MEDA’s mission is to strengthen low- and moderate-income Latino families by promoting economic equity and social justice through asset building and community development.
CYC is a youth led organization that empowers transition age youth to transform the foster care system through legislation, policy change, and child welfare training.
Provides mountain biking outings, environmental education and bicycle mechanics training for Bay Area low-income youth. Bicycle Thrift shop, Re-Cyclery, provides low- cost alternative transportation.
Provides people with the tools and knowledge to address the root causes of poverty for immigrants; addresses immigration status, educational level, language, and low-wage jobs.
Preventing homelessness and hunger for low-income families and seniors: Financial aid (rent, utilities, medical bills): weekly/monthly food and produce, holiday gifts, budget counselling, referrals.
We provide food to an average of 250,000 people in need each month and distribute more than 65 million pounds of food annually.
Works to close the opportunity divide by providing educational opportunities for underserved families with children.
The Women’s Building is a women-led community space that advocates self-determination, gender equality and social justice.
Provides free comprehensive integrated services for basic needs (food, clothing, housing, energy assistance) and self-sufficiency (job search, adult and youth education, financial asset building).
Provides services for adults with developmental disabilities: paid work, job placement, training and follow-up, independent living skills training, housing advocacy and senior services.
Fulfilling a community need for a service linking people and resources by collaborating with hundreds of community-based organizations to provide a centralized resource.
Children Now is the leading unbrella research, policy development, advocacy organization dedicated to improving the health, education and well-being of children in California
Improve the lives of children in Solano County through education, advocacy, coordination of community services and community-based collaboratives.
The Stride Center’s vision is that all men and women in our community, regardless of barriers to success will achieve economic self-sufficiency.
Serving those in the community unable to meet their basic needs due to financial hardship, cultural barriers, disability, frailty, or lack of adequate social support.
St. Mary’s Center Serves homeless, and homebound seniors, facilitates independent living; family emergency food; educational enrichment Preschool.
Empowering families to break the generational cycle of poverty by fostering positive development in children while educating and guiding parents to support their children’s success.