We train local churches to adopt high-crime communities and move staff into apartment complexes where, with the church, we provide multiple family services.
Advocate, seek equality, and promote self-determination through empowerment for Deaf and Hard of Hearing; spread awareness of unique communication needs of the Deaf and HOH.
One of the Central Valley’s greatest community assets providing environmental education and conservation, as well as family fun.
Committed to empowering children and families to achieve productive, self-reliant lives; we provide research and result-based programs with the goal of helping children succeed academically.
Serving 250+ Valley youth in 3 orchestras. Free after-school violin program (daily) serving another 60 students,100% free/reduced lunch. Free concerts. Emphasis on inclusivity and access.
United Way Fresno and Madera Counties is helping working families thrive and shifting the trajectory of our community to make lasting change.
The region’s only burn and Level 1 trauma centers, Level III NICU, and Terry’s House, a place to stay for survivor’s families.
Our purpose is to foster an arts community that recognizes and honors the contributions of its citizens to the arts.
We provide an array of services to domestic violence victims including a 24-hour hotline, safety planning, shelter, psycho-education classes, legal advocacy and individual/group therapy.
A non-profit corporation dedicated to providing skilled nursing services, assisted living and independent apartment housing and care to low-income seniors in Central Valley California.
We provide residential services with tramma informed mental health services for young girls ages 12-21 who are victims of sex trafficking.
Free legal help for eligible persons on matters including; domestic violence and elder abuse prevention, tenant rights, health access, education, consumer debt, and taxpayer assistance.
We strive to provide services to low-income families and students such as: tutoring, mentoring, scholarships, internships, leadership development, immigration assistance, health education and volunteer opportunities.
Builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.
The Trust is working to create and protect a 22-mile Parkway and trail system along the San Joaquin River in Fresno and Madera Counties.
Dedicated to providing an enjoyable and safe living environment for veterans so they can achieve their highest level of functional ability while in Fresno home.
We provide services to those effected by cancer, including transportation, accommodations and appearance related support. We also provide education and informational cancer related services.
CHC provides HUD approved housing education and counseling for homeownership, foreclosure options, financial management, and advocates for fair housing.
No-kill rescue/shelter for bully breed dogs providing a healthy, loving temporary home while looking for forever homes. Committed to educating community and promoting responsible ownership.
Provide overnight shelter for homeless women and supportive services such as mental health, medical, education, and case management