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Providing support, education, and hope to everyone affected by CRPS/RSD, a painful, debilitating condition. Help fund research to develop better treatments and a cure.
Help provide education and support to millions of people with Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS). We fund research toward a cure for this debilitating neurological disease.
A 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization providing education, advocacy, emotional and social support to women and their families within Ventura County, California. They meet the second Saturday of each month at Mimi’s Café, Ventura, CA with programs
Family and individual therapy, adult and teen substance abuse treatment, anger management, EAP, mobile resource, DUI/PC1000, parents as teachers, and strengthening families.
Provides food and life changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable and supports the movement to end hunger in our lifetime.
We provide confidential, no-cost services to survivors of sexual assualt/abuse and intimate partner violence and their loved ones including shelter, advocacy, counseling, prevention and education.
Ritter Center helps low-income residents improve their lives through free integrated services including case management, financial assistance, medical and behavioral health services and other supports.
Direct services, 24 hour crisis hotline and hospital advocacy. In person counseling, support groups, community education, child abuse and sexual abuse prevention, Defense class.
To ensure seniors and homebound people receive fresh food and friendly safety visits so that they may live independently at home.
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.
We provide compassionate care and resources to children and families served by leading hospitals, provide access to quality health care, and enable family-centered care worldwide.
Warmth. Peace. Comfort. Together with community, local vendors, designers and volunteers, we transform drab and sad chemotherapy facilities into uplifting enviroments, spiritually supporting cancer patients.
Help us make medicine affordable for people who battle both poverty and chronic disease – so they don’t have to choose between buying food or medicine.
A community clinic system providing full-time primary care, dental, nutritional and behavioral health services to the underserved communities of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.
Medical and support volunteers strengthening public health, emergency response, and community resiliency by providing first aid, staffing shelters and flu clinics, and promoting emergency preparedness.
SSHH serves those experiencing or at risk of homelessness with programs such as permanent supportive and transitional housing, housing counseling, financial education, and landlordtenant helpline.
Brain injuries occur every 15 seconds. It can happen to anyone: accidents, sport injuries, strokes, aneurysms, tumors, military related injuries, illness. Offer hope and support.
Founded in 1970, we are a private, non-profit agency dedicated to improving the mental health of individuals and families within the community.
Vital services and programs for people living with HIV/AIDS that increase status awareness, reduce new infections and increase access to care for underserved populations.
We provide no-cost, medically approved, screening for early detection of cancer in both active and retired San Francisco Firefighters.
Your support will help provide resources needed to help San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center provide care for thousands of patients and their families.
Serving San Francisco’s children, adults and families with medical, dental, mental health, HIV and emergency services; as well as monitoring air, water, and food safety.
San Jose Firefighters Burn Foundation is committed to being a proactive educational and financial presence for the advancement in treatment and care of burn survivors and their families.
From Research, the Power to Cure: Our Scientists work to accelerate breakthroughs and translate them into the innovative therapies of tomorrow.
CureSarcoma. This rare cancer of connective tissues is prevalent in children and receives little government funding, yet impacts 50,000 kids and adults daily.
Save the Children does whatever it takes – every day and in times of crisis – transforming children’s lives and the future we share.
Help researchers end this life-threatening and debilitating illness. Thousands will die this year. Your generous support funds medical research that will help save lives!
Our mission is to promote the Independence, dignity and self-worth of seniors by empowering seniors to help themselves and by providing multicultural and multilingual services.
Meals That Connect cooks and serves nutritious hot lunches daily to seniors in dining sites throughout the county and delivers the same hot lunches through a network of volunteers ot the homebound.
SeriousFun Children’s Network, founded by Paul Newman, is a global community of 30 camps and outreach programs for children with serious illness and their families.
Born out of a passion to serve, Serve the People provides for the physical, mental, and emotional needs of those facing poverty, illness, and oppression.
Promote healthy lifestyles in children by evaluating medical, nutritional, social, economic and behavioral issues through care plans, feeding interventions, education and links to resources.
Imagine being blind one day and seeing the next. Sustainable programs prevent blindness/restore sight in underserved and impoverished populations, helping 4 million people see.
Whether they are facing breast cancer or HIV/AIDS, we ensure our clients don’t face a life-threatening illness alone by providing non-judgmental, compassionate health-enhancing services.
We are servants who provide care and assistance to those in need and act as advocates for systemic change.
We build strong communities by nurturing the potential of youth, helping people live healthier, and supporting our neighbors.
Collaboratively solving LA County homelessness through policy analysis, program design, resource development, and advocacy in support of agencies and local governments that serve the homeless.
SHIELDS provides substance abuse, mental health, child welfare, vocational, and educational services that empower and advocate for high-risk families in South Los Angeles.
Shores of Hope provides Housing Assistance, Child Development, Transportation for Disabled Adults, Housing for Transition Age Foster Youth, & other services to enhance our Community
Children suffering from burns, spinal cord injuries, and orthopedic conditions receive world-class medical care in a family-centered environment regardless of ability to pay.
A health care system dedicated to improving the lives of children by providing pediatric specialty care regardless of patients’ ability to pay.
Our primary mission is to provide comprehensive support services to people living with HIV or AIDS and their families, and to provide education and prevention services to the general public, including free HIV testing.
The Trust provides permanent supportive housing so people who’ve experienced homelessness, extreme poverty, poor health, disabilities, mental illness or addiction can lead safe, stable lives.
Skin cancer, the world’s most common cancer, is occurring at epidemic levels. Your support enables us to continue our public education programs and groundbreaking research.
Smile Train is an international children’s charity with a sustainable approach to a single, solvable problem: cleft lip and palate.
Endoflife care provided through a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals. Bereavement services provided for those we have served and community at large.
Rehabilitative services for visually impaired individuals: low vision clinic, Braille, Orientation & Mobility, adaptive technology, independent living skills and programs for youth, seniors and careerseekers.
Largest national charitable organization engaging the ME/CFS community in research to accelerate discovery of safe and effective treatments and expand funding towards a cure.
Cultivates the leadership skills of residents to support early education and family engagement through eveidenced-based practices messaging campaigns and community organizing.
We provide loving, stable homes for orphaned, abandoned, and other vulnerable children across 134 countries and territories, including the United States.