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916 Ink transforms low income, underprivileged, and at-risk youth into published authors, building confident communicators who know the power of their own story.
APCH provides a safe environment with programs in arts, education & wellness for youth in L.A. to help improve their conditions & develop purposeful lives.
Promoting equitable and vibrant communities through food access and revitalization: CalFresh (Food Stamp) processing and incentive programs at farmers’ markets; food business incubator; neighborhood beautification.
Making your community a better place to live. LIC charities educate children, feed and shelter the homeless, strengthen families, rescue unwanted animals and much more.
Through collaborative work we serve as a local public health planning and intervention agency, our programs target those who are undeserved, vulnerable, or at risk.
OACC builds vibrant communities through Asian and Pacific Islander arts and cultural programs that foster intergenerational and cross-cultural dialogue and understanding, collaboration, and social justice.
We offer well-rounded, constructive, supervised programs that are sensitive to the needs of at-risk youth, and provide opportunities for positive growth and development.
Comprehensive youth development programming for “those who need us most” ages 5-19. We sponsor 18 sites serving over 2,600 vulnerable youth daily.
We provide a positive place for all youth, especially those who need us most, and quality programs to help them become healthy, responsible, confident and productive members of our society
Programs for all abilities–children, families, Veterans, disabled, and underserved. To increase mobility, ability, fitness, literacy, social/work skills, including sports and artistic talents.
To encourage and participate local community activities that promote the mutual understanding and cooperation between Chinese American Communities and general public.
Children,ages 6-12 ,Northern California attend a free summer Asthma camp with a volunteer medical staff;learn how to manage their Asthma and recreational activities
Our mission is to end child-abuse. We provide services in Parent-Support/Education, Children’s-Counseling, Trauma-Informed Educational-Services, Creative-Arts, Advocacy. We use “Strengthening-Families” proven effective in prevention of child-abuse.
With Shakespeare’s depth of humanity as our touchstone, we build character and community through authentic, inclusive, and joyful theater experiences.
Supports the California State Railroad Museum and Railtown 1897 State Historic Park, focusing on the preservation, interpretation and promotion of our railroad heritage.
Mission To provide a trusted and indispensable source of information, music, and entertainment while strengthening the civic and cultural life of the communities we serve.
Dedicated to presenting stories of Asian American experiences to the broadest audience possible by producing, distributing and exhibiting works in film, television and digital media.
We serve over 140,000 members of the community annually, sparking intercultural discovery through art, education, and engagement.
Our mission is to promote the choral art in the San Diego region, through cooperation, public awareness, and performance.
The Community Memorial Museum Association supports the Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County, which preserves and shares the history of the Yuba-Sutter region.
Serving diverse population of high need/at-risk youth with core programs and services including behavioral health, community/school outreach, education, intervention, leadership development, and workforce development.
35,000 most troubled kids served through therapeutic music, dance, writing, art and theater. Thousands vulnerable children attend concerts and plays. Arts mentoring transforms lives!
Has an arts experience changed your life? We see it everyday. We build community through dynamic arts engagement, education, performance, participation and support of artists.
Daytime programs for frail seniors protect health, prevent institutionalization and provide caregiver support. Scholarship fund preserves care during crises; Quality medication and injury prevention services.
We are a STEM incubator for 3rd -12th grade underserved, underrepresented and low-income rising youth. We utilize Khan Academy math and Lego Education robotics.
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.
FADF provides programs, information and resources to strengthen the social, physical and economic well-being of underserved Filipino Americans and surrounding California communities.
To educate the general public by preserving and maintaining railroad history through the Folsom Railroad Museum and community events like the Folsom Handcar Derby.
The Fresno Philharmonic is committed to enriching and transforming lives in the Central San Joaquin Valley through performances of great music
Providing supplemental financial support of library services/materials to further education and literacy. Summer Reading and other child, teen, and adult programs are our focus.
Scottish Highland Dancing – Teach, Perform, Compete to continue and share the traditions of Scottish dancing with all people.
We provide free programs in academics, arts and athletics for underserved youth, empowering them to develop their potential, pursue their education and strengthen their communities.
The Indian Law Resource Center provides legal assistance to indigenous peoples to combat racism and oppression, realize their human rights, protect their lands and resources.
Our children need our help and care to succeed. We offer safety awareness programs, music enrichment and scholarship programs to the Bay Area communities.
We serve 10,000 people annually in high-quality programs and holiday celebrations for families and adults, including preschool, day camp and afterschool, and senior wellness offerings.
Our mission is to convey scientific and cultural knowledge, and to teach respect and responsibility towards the Earth and its inhabitants.
We provide Sesame Street, PBS NewsHour, Masterpiece, Nature and other quality TV programs, commercial-free, enabling viewers to explore the world and connect with their communities.
Provide wilderness camping facilities, experiences, educational opportunities, health care and counseling for hearing impaired children.
The mission of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County is to inspire wonder, discovery, and responsibility for our natural and cultural worlds.
Bringing San Francisco’s transit history to life. We acquire, restore and support operation of Muni’s vintage streetcars, and operate the San Francisco Railway Museum.
A humanitarian relief organization serving vulnerable people impacted by disaster, conflict and poverty around the world.
Movement Exchange unites dance and service through its network of university chapters, international dance exchanges, and year-round programs in underserved communities.
Our organization partners with healthcare facilities to provide live, individualized music at the bedside to create an environment of dignity and comfort for the ill.
We save historically important American films that wouldn’t survive without public support, enabling organizations across 50 states to make available thousands of films.
The National Trust, a privately-funded nonprofit organization, works to save America’s historic places. SavingPlaces.org
Our mission is to offer and support enriching artistic and educational experiences at Natomas Charter School and throughout the greater community.
Coordinates and purchases services for persons with developmental disabilities and their families, or infants and toddlers who are at risk for developmental disabilities.
If we don’t have arts in our schools, we don’t have education in our schools. Help ignite young minds through the arts!
AFTER-SCHOOL SUPPORTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT.
Education and Research are our main priorities. Our core values include curiosity, advocacy, inclusivity, and kindness