The Yuba-Sutter-Colusa United Way inspires a community of participation that identifies, evaluates and provides funding for community needs.
Empowering children and families against dependency. Animal assistance, sanctuaries, and wildlife preservation. Education grants to better the world.
Many potbellied pigs die needlessly in shelters and through cruelty. Help us save these intelligent loving animals through education and by finding them forever homes.
Child has life-threatening illness. Rushed to San Francisco Bay Area for specialized care. Parents & siblings sleep on hospital chairs – cannot afford hotel. Help provide a home-away-from-home.
A nation-wide police chaplaincy training and certification organization. We help local law enforcement and communities attain their own thriving program for community and police support.
We heal the wounds, restore dignity, hope and self-sufficiency to all veterans in need and reduce homelessness and poverty among veterans.
Provide medical-alert service dogs that detect hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) in insulin-dependent diabetics to alert them or others to their condition before they become incapacitated.
USCC’s local affiliates provide on-scene practical and emotional support to bereaved survivors after suicides, fatal heart attacks, infant deaths and other personal tragedies.
We accept donations to give free bulletproof vests to California law enforcement dogs. We believe police dogs deserve the same protection as their handler.
NAEYC is a membership association empowering diverse, dynamic early childhood professionals. NAEYC supports all who care for, educate, and work on behalf of young children.
Enlists Warriors in treatment for combat-related stress in a therapeutic mission of learning to train service dogs for their fellow Veterans.
Assisting the poor and needy (mainly Muslims in America) with emergency funds to avoid eviction, pay overdue utility, medical and other bills, and achieve self-sufficiency.
Distribute blankets, food and clothing to homeless throughout the U.S. Provides transportation to medical appointments, counseling, referrals contact family to unite them back home.
A living history museum interpreting the importance of our heritage railroads in the development of California and the nation.
Homeless youth receive life saving assistance through outreach, shelter and transitional housing, case management, medical/psychiatric/mental health, education/employment and youth development programs.
LIFE – A fundamental right – Protect all innocent human life from fertilization to natural death through education and counseling. To safeguard the most defenseless among us.
Provides emergency response services and trains individuals to respond and provide relief through CPR/1st Aid and disaster training for local/national crises.
Frogs are disappearing 3,000 times faster than their natural extinction rate. We protect frogs through environmental education, advocacy and scientific research.
Wounded Warriors earned and deserve normal and productive lives. Our charitable air/ground transportation takes them to adaptive sports programs which promote healing and rehabilitation.