Mini-grants, workshops, and annual conference for small
nonprofits; host annual MLK Jr. King Service Day, annual Kwanzaa
and Walter Bremond Service Award.
CCHF is dedicated to improving the quality of care and life for
persons impacted by inherited bleeding disorders through
education, advocacy, and support.
The Mission provides a Christ-centered environment, clothing,
food, shelter, spiritual training, and a recovery program.
We are a STEM incubator for 3rd -12th grade underserved,
underrepresented and low-income rising youth. We utilize Khan
Academy math and Lego Education robotics.
Dedicated to honoring & remembering those that gave the ultimate
sacrifice with a primary focus of the CHP, Golden Gate
Division… never to be forgotten.
We provide affordable, comprehensive social services to
mentally-diverse young people ages zero through twenty-two years
in the Sacramento region, to produce best-outcomes.
We provide free training in artistic, technical, and business
aspects of theater and performing arts for individual of all ages
with or without experience.
Helping GSPs in need find loving homes! Saving dogs from death’s
door, giving much-needed vet care including spay/neuter, finding
fabulous forever homes.
As the first established hospice experts in the Sacramento
Valley, we have the longest regional track record in caring for
people experiencing a life-limiting illness.
Provide wilderness camping facilities, experiences, educational
opportunities, health care and counseling for hearing impaired
Working at the intersection of social, economic, and
environmental change, we are focused on climate change
mitigation, social equity, and shifting to a regenerative
Our mission is to encourage students to find their passion for
STEM and spark their interest in scientific, technological,
engineering or mathematical degrees and careers.
Promoting equitable and vibrant communities through food access
and revitalization: CalFresh (Food Stamp) processing and
incentive programs at farmers’ markets; food business incubator;
Services provided are focused on American Indian families,
children and youth and include foster care, education, cultural,
youth development services for middle and high school.
Since 1979, Project RIDE has provided therapeutic recreational
horseback riding instruction and activities for people with
Education and Research are our main priorities. Our core values
include curiosity, advocacy, inclusivity, and kindness
We provide affordable counseling to individuals, couples,
families and children. We also provide counseling interns and
trainees to gain their required experience for license
We are a community dedicated to helping one another. We strive to
cultivate independence in each individual who is looking for the
support they need.
To encourage and participate local community activities that
promote the mutual understanding and cooperation between Chinese
American Communities and general public.
The Education Foundation was established in 1993 and is committed
to supporting land surveying students and programs.