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The Child Care Center, is a safe, affordable, and quality educational environment for children, where they explore the world, and expand their minds.
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).
Our mission is to train and mentor black male youth in technology creation, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills to transform their lives and communities.
Illumination Foundation’s mission is to provide targeted, interdisciplinary services for the most vulnerable homeless clients to break or prevent the cycle of homelessness.
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
A private, non-profit, school serving Preschool through 8th grade students with an emphasis on character education, academic excellence, and community service.
Emergency Food Program, Lodging, Utility Assistance, Seasonal Programs, Bus Tickets, Gas Vouchers, Seniors/Homeless Feeding, Summer Community Camps, Hospitality House Showers, Youth Programs.
The Tower Foundation is dedicated solely to philanthropy and encourages private gifts, trusts, and bequests for the benefit of San Jose State University.
United Way envisions a world where all individuals achieve their human potential through education, financial stability, and housing.
The mission of The University Foundation at Sacramento State is to raise awareness, build lifelong relationships, and inspire philanthropic support for the University.
We are a cultural education/self-image program. Children learn that drugs, crime, and gangs are not options…education and making proper choices are.
TMCF moves low-resource, high-achieving students attending publicly-supported HBCUs to and through college and into economically sustainable careers, through scholarships, capacity building and career preparation.
Our community-based restoration and education program restores habitat at Upper Newport Bay, benefiting native wildlife. We also assist volunteer coastal wetland restoration programs statewide.
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.
Save animals who have run out of time at public shelters, provide humane education, and bring people and animals together to enrich each other’s lives.
Our research focuses on the understanding the mechanisms of MS: why a person’s own immune system attacks and destroys the myelin. We study how multiple sclerosis progresses to find new treatments to stop and reverse the progression of MS.
The Tourette Association of America is dedicated to making life better for all individuals affected by Tourette and Tic Disorders through awareness, research and support.
Tree Fresno’s mission is to transform the San Joaquin Valley with trees, greenways and beautiful landscapes. We have planted over 44,000 trees since 1985
Turtle Bay Exploration Park is a 300-acre educational gathering place featuring the Sundial Bridge, a museum, forestry & wildlife center, arboretum and botanical gardens.
We help more than 1,000 adults and children with developmental disabilities daily with housing, therapeutic programs, personal and medical support to live life without limits.
Provides operating funds and technology enhancement services to 37 historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), scholarships and internships for students at 1,000 institutions.
Providing resources to empower, strengthen and support families who have children with mental health, emotional and behavioral disorders. Programs include: Parents Partners, Educational Advocacy, Respite.
Disabled children and adults receive specialized one-on-one instruction and adaptive equipment in outdoor recreation therapy activities to improve physical, emotional, and social health and functioning.
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
We improve the capacity of people to care for one another
We are all part of this community and together we can make it succeed. At United Way of Kern County we believe that UNITED we can make change happen… one day at a time.
UWNC tackles the most extreme health, education and financial stability challenges in the North State including disaster response and recovery.
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.
Improve the quality of life for all residents and families in Stanislaus County, by expanding our impact through the county-wide collaboration, Focus on Prevention.
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.
Provides disadvantaged youth with high school education and environmental job training in the fields of conservation and recycling, making them employable while preserving natural resources.
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
ADULT DAY PROGRAMS, ADULT DAY HEALTHCARE, ELDERCARE RESOURCE CENTER
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.
Provides individual, couple and family counseling, programs for victims of domestic violence, parent education and after-school tutoring for low-income families in the San Fernando Valley.
Veterans Legal Institute is a 501 (c)(3) organization that provides pro bono legal services to homeless, disabled, low-income, and at-risk veterans.
Provides educational photography programs including: exhibits of new and traditional directions in photography; lectures; workshops and student programs. Sponsors and coordinates Sacramento’s Biennial Photography Month.
We reduce poverty by empowering and facilitating economic development and sustainability in underserved communities through by providing access to literacy, education and vocational programs.
Vital Link’s mission is to be the link between business and education to prepare students for the successful transition to a meaningful career.
Empowers blind, visually impaired and multi-disabled children with the skills and courage to succeed in a sighted world, at school and throughout life.
We provide mind-body classes and services for patients, survivors and families affected by the trauma, stress and anxiety brought on by cancer.
Our mission is to empower qualifying students (low income, foster, homeless) to achieve their goals by providing affordable housing and support services.
Expanding educational opportunities for all children in our school district through enriching after school programs, funding classroom projects, improving college access, providing scholarships for college.
provides a wide spectrum of health & human services including mental health & wellness, addiction treatment & rehabilitation, Veterans services, housing services, education and prevention.