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Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward making the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity a reality.
Our mission is to provide free health care services to low-income and uninsured residents in Southern California, through the support of generous volunteers and donors.
St. Mary’s Center Serves homeless, and homebound seniors, facilitates independent living; family emergency food; educational enrichment Preschool.
We offer compassionate, individualized assistance to help our neediest neighbors obtain nutritious food, affordable housing, meaningful employment and a voice in their own community.
Father Joe’s Villages prevents and end homelessness by providing neighbors in need with individualized housing and supportive services, including meals, healthcare, childcare, and employment training.
Preventing homelessness and hunger for low-income families and seniors: Financial aid (rent, utilities, medical bills): weekly/monthly food and produce, holiday gifts, budget counselling, referrals.
Imagine life without breast cancer. Make it a reality for all nations by racing for the cures and funding life-saving research and community health programs.
Imagine life without breast cancer. We can make it a reality by racing for the cure and funding life saving research and community health programs.
Teen Challenge is a nonprofit christian organization whose purpose is to offer support and aid to youth, adults and families with life-controlling problems.
TNDC has 31 buildings in the Tenderloin and surrounding San Francisco neighborhoods that provide safe, affordable home for 3,400 of San Francisco’s poorest residents.
CGF protects Second Amendment and related rights through civil litigation, criminal defense support, research, education, outreach, and other charitable programs.
The Child Abuse Prevention Council protects children and strengthens families through awareness and outcome driven programs delivered with compassion.
Community Arts Center for adults with disabilities.
We are a Community Outreach Oranganization that provide for the Homeless and less fortunate. Are mission is to promote food,clothing and Shelter.
The HAWK Institute is a Leadership Development, College and Career preparatory program designed primarily for African American youth (14-25 years of age).
Light-house Recpvery Program serves women in recovery with shelter, education, therapy, work experience and re-entry, engaging them back into the community as self-reliant, sober individuals
We connect science with policy and practice to better the lives of all people impacted by substance use and addiction.
Emergency Food Program, Lodging, Utility Assistance, Seasonal Programs, Bus Tickets, Gas Vouchers, Seniors/Homeless Feeding, Summer Community Camps, Hospitality House Showers, Youth Programs.
Community and Resource Center serving the LGBT+ Community.
United Way envisions a world where all individuals achieve their human potential through education, financial stability, and housing.
Support independent, investigative community journalism focused on the critical issues of social justice, healthcare, mental health, economic disparity, immigration and the environment.
Services include Educating Teen’s & Adult’s on Healthy Relationships, and Coping skills to deal with the aftermath of Domestic Violence, providing tools and techniques.
We provided Adoption and Foster Care, Behavioral Health Services, Residential Treatment for adolescents, and operate a private high school and a Transitional Housing program.
Organized to provide exits from homelessness and other assistance for economically disadvantaged families and individuals on Treasure Island and Yerba Buena Island.
Tri-Valley Haven: A program for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence, rape, homelessness and other crisis situations.
Unbound partners with families living in poverty and invests in their dreams. We help young people achieve their educational goals and build better futures.
The Mission provides a Christ-centered environment, clothing, food, shelter, spiritual training, and a recovery program.
UUSC advances human rights and social justice. Our innovative approaches and impact are grounded in the belief that all people have inherent dignity and rights.
The ICCC is the hub of all things Irish. The Centre is a unique space to come together to celebrate the Irish: past, present, future.
To alleviate human suffering. We provide practical, proactive support to the most vulnerable survivors of chronic or temporary emergencies due to natural or civil causes.
Provides overseas health/welfare services to the American Merchant Marine, seafarers of allied nations, US Govt, military & civilian personnel & persons engaged in maritime industry.
We believe in a world where ZERO children die from causes we can prevent. Join us, and we can get there.
The goal of United Way is to promote lasting outcomes for working families in Fresno and Madera Counties. The heart of the work of United Way Fresno and Madera Counties is the 2-1-1 Call Center. This non-emergency hotline serves to connect the community with all the health and human services programs in the Valley to address immediate needs. Each year, United Way Fresno and Madera Counties offers free tax preparation services
Fighting poverty at its roots by focusing on long-term solutions focused on Education, Housing and Financial Stability – building blocks to better lives and stronger
We improve the capacity of people to care for one another
Using a collective impact approach – unifying the resources of local partners – we’ve been able to improve the lives of children and families across the region.
Working to break the cycle of poverty in the Coachella Valley. We mobilize the caring power of community for health, education, and financial stability.
Education, financial stability, and health are building blocks for a good life. We support programs advancing quality of life throughout our area.
Fight for the Health Education, and Financial Stability of every person.
Our Education Advocates assist students in the Achievement Gap and Students with Disabilities become proficient by providing tutors, mentors, and other services to help families.
held Troop Box Packing events, mailed care packages assisted military families helped veterans assisted military organizations placed flowers, flags, wreaths on Veterans’ graves, information booths
Valley Caregiver Resource Center is a non-profit agency that assists seniors and family caregivers, providing free and low-cost services to families with elder care issues.
Serves refugees and immigrant within the Southeast Asian communities through educational, cultural, and social support services promoting self-sufficiency and expediting assimilation into American society.
WOBO is a membership-based, volunteer-driven non-profit organization whose mission is to improve neighborhood livability, vitality and sustainability by making walking and biking in Oakland safe, easy, accessible and fun.
An international organization that promotes the development of high-quality drinking water and sanitation services, accessible to all, and sustained by strong communities, businesses, and governments.
Water Mission is a Christian engineering organization that designs and implements safe water, sanitation and hygiene solutions for people in developing countries and disaster areas.
Our mission is to empower qualifying students (low income, foster, homeless) to achieve their goals by providing affordable housing and support services.
provides a wide spectrum of health & human services including mental health & wellness, addiction treatment & rehabilitation, Veterans services, housing services, education and prevention.
This summer youth development program, pays Oak Park youth a stipend to complete home maintenance projects for their neighbors and attend afternoon “soft skills” seminars.