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We recruit, tran and support volunteers to speak for the best interests of abused and neglected children on the welfare and juvenile court systems.
CASA recruits, trains and supervises volunteers who advocate for abused, neglected or abandoned children under the jurisdiction of the dependency juvenile court system.
Our mission is to assist law enforcement personnel, support staff, and their families in times of crisis, as a result of tragedy or victimization
Provides direct support and assistance to victims of crime and their families, collaborates with district attorneys, law enforcement, and others determined to enhance public safety.
Advocacy, communication assistance, counseling, employment assistance, information & refferal, community education, interpreting services, independent living skills instruction, family intervention services, support groups, and literacy classes
We protect and defend the rights of children and youth through effective, vigorous and compassionate legal advocacy.
We advocate for economic and social justice by developing grassroots leadership, building affordable housing and neighborhood assets, and providing economic development opportunities to low-and moderate-income families.
El Centro PAL is a Juvenile Crime Prevention Program providing services to youth in El Centro, Ca. and currently outreaches to youth from throughout Imperial County.
Advancing faith, family, and freedom in government and culture from a Christian worldview.
Building community one family at a time, through compassion, advocacy and comprehensive model services, fostering self-sufficiency and sustainable impacts.
We provide naturalization assistance, youth development, mental health consultation, voter/civic engagement and leadership development and support to immigrants and low-wage workers and home care workers.
Dedicated to reducing burn injuries and deaths through fire and burn prevention education, burn survivor support programs and funding of burn care research and treatment.
Lawsuits, research, and education to defend the People’s rights, including the right to keep and bear arms, free speech, due process, and more.
Works to free people from slavery, help them build new lives, and dismantle the systems that allow slavery to flourish.
Advocacy for the rights and needs of abused and neglected children providing caring relationships, resources and recommendations to the court.
Raise public awareness and funding for work of the San Francisco Commission and Department on the Status of Women. Policy areas we focus our work on are stopping violence against women, eliminating human trafficking and promoting gender equality.
Dedicated to providing food, clothing, rental assistance, and other basic needs through a program to reduce the poverty levels of farm workers.
The Gender Health Center provides accessible mental health services and healthcare navigation to the Transgender community individuals associated with the Bisexual, Lesbian and Gay communities.
Bridging individuals with civil and business organizations to overcome and prevent homelessness.
Habitat for Humanity builds and repairs affordable housing, advocates for affordable housing, and forms partnerships to help families finance homes.
Co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, we support persons with disabilities and vulnerable groups in situations of conflict, natural disaster, and poverty in 60 countries.
Brings quality health care to more of the world’s people by providing education, training and professional support to the health workforce in resource-scarce countries.
For more than 135 years, HIAS has been helping refugees rebuild their lives in safety and freedom.
Catholic Charities is a multi-service organization that provides a range of services for the poor, homeless and destitute in both Imperial and San Diego Counties.
Provides information and resources to educate the public and foster sound public policy to end discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Americans.
Defend the rights of people worldwide. We scrupulously investigate abuses, expose the facts widely, and pressure those with power to respect rights and secure justice.
Collaborates with hundreds of partners who can provide the resources and opportunities that are central to foster care youth becoming successful, independent adults.
Legal assistance for poor and low income individuals
The organization proudly brings together youth, parents, and community stakeholders to advocate for safe, healthy, and non-violent communities in the Eastside of Los Angeles.
Create a brighter, more equitable future for women and girls. ICRW empowers women, advances gender equality and fights poverty through research, capacity building and advocacy.
Global humanitarian organization saving lives and building self-reliance by providing vital medical care; training healthcare providers; rebuilding clinics; and improving water & sanitation.
Providing access to sexual and reproductive health information and services for all, especially the poor and marginalized.
Defending and promoting legal rights of communities of color, low-income persons, immigrants and refugees through free direct legal services, impact litigation and policy advocacy.
Committed to protecting the rights and economic self-sufficiency of low-wage and marginalized workers and communities by providing free legal services, education, and advocacy.
Provides legal education, counsel, advice, documents and navigational help to resolve conflicts, prevent abuse and homelessness, and establish caregiver authority to allow access to healthcare..
LSC assists low-income youth who deserve to be raised in a healthy environment with access to services that are necessary to thrive and grow.
To advocate on behalf of the Orange County Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer/Questioning communities and provide services that ensure its well-being and positive identity.
Providing support, outreach and resources via local community service websites throughout California’s Central Valley. As well as events were marginalized LGBT individuals be supported.
Promotes the independence, equality and self-reliance of people who are blind or visually impaired through rehabilitation training, employment programs, advocacy and an array of services.
Our donations are used to benefit quality programs for children and adults with developmental disabilities like Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, and other cognitive disabilities.
Providing long-term safe housing, workforce development and prevention education to survivors of human trafficking and at-risk youth in California.
Martha’s serves homeless and impoverished individuals through transitional housing, meals, counseling, healthcare, children’s programs, recovery services, employment and education services, and emergency assistance.
Founded in 1985, we are a national nonprofit organization working to end hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds in the US and Israel.
Protect and advance the legal rights of children and adults with mental health disabilities through individual legal services, community outreach and education, and impact litigation.
Mental Health America (MHA), founded in 1909, is the nation’s leading community-based non-profit dedicated to helping all Americans achieve wellness by living mentally healthier lives.
MALDEF Promotes and protects the civil rights of Latinos in the areas of Education, Employment, Immigrant Rights, Political Access and administers scholarships for Law students.
MCCA is committed to advancing the hiring, retention, and promotion of diverse lawyers in law departments and firms with research, professional development, and pipeline initiatives.
Prevent tragedies through proven prevention strategies and provide supportive services at no charge to victims and survivors.
We serve women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking by providing a safe haven, job training, and community services.
Protecting and advancing civil rights by eliminating disparities in: education, criminal justice, economic opportunity, health care, housing, environmental justice, legal redress and emergency relief.