We are a multi-service center assisting high-risk families, families with mental health needs, and victims of domestic violence and human trafficking in under-served communities.
We are the region’s largest community-based, non-profit agency dedicated solely to ending hunger in California’s central Valley.
Providing funding and scholarships for youth to learn theater and performing arts in the San Joaquin Valley.
We provide emergency food,rent, and utility assistance, transitional housing, rehabilitation programs, youth character building programs, seasonal program and assistance.
Empowers people with disabilities to live independently through a diverse range of choices and opportunities. Including: Youth Program, Independent Living, Advocacy, Job Placement, Inspiration Park
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.
We are an organization dedicated to the care, rehabilitation, and release of orphaned or injured native wildlife. We educate the public about wildlife.
At RPEI, we focus our attention on exposing disenfranchised and isolated youth to the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
Provides a wide spectrum of health & human services which includes mental health and wellness, treatment and rehabilitation, family solutions, veterans services, housing and education/prevention.
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 grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength, and joy.
Provides education, assistance, and advocacy as a regional resource on the planting and preservation of trees and the creation of trails and greenbelts.
Our mission is to uphold the dignity and ease the suffering of the terminally ill while supporting their loved ones, and those who are grieving.
We are committed to saving lives, improving patient care, and providing safe and plentiful blood supply for patients and families in the communities we serve.
We envision a world that accepts, includes and appreciates individuals with Down syndrome, and we work to make that vision a reality in our community.
Educate, empower, and enrich the lives of our LGBT community through our ongoing programs of awareness, education, outreach, support, fellowship, and community events.
We Model and Teach Healthy Relationships For Youth For Life.
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.