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Shelters, 24-hour hotlines, community centers. Homeless Veterans, domestic violence victims, runaway/homeless youth, human trafficking victims. Mental health therapy, job development/placement, financial literacy, legal assistance, outreach/education.
End homelessness through the provision of quality permanent supportive housing for people with mental illness. Your contribution supports a diverse community.
Providing adult autism support, advocacy and action with regular meetings, social events and conferences about living with autism. We are a platform for autism initiatives.
We’re working to end homelessness by providing housing and services to homeless families and individuals.
ABRAZAR provides congregate/home delivered meals; emergency food; transportation; dental care; document preparation; financial and English as a Second Language classes for OC residents.
The Children Youth and Family Collaborative is dedicated to establishing partnerships with youth-centered organizations in collaboration designed to link volunteers from the community with youth.
After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles provides free, high-quality after-school programs to low-income, inner-city youth serving over 14,000 students annually at 52 sites throughout Los Angeles County.
Invests in innovative AIDS cure research; advocates to increase funding for research/ prevention/treatment and to protect the rights of all people affected by HIV/AIDS.
Delivers primary care, dental, BH services to low-income, un/underinsured and vulnerable populations throughout Northern Sonoma County.
The ALS Association leads the fight against Lou Gehrig’s Disease through research, advocacy and compassionate care and support of people with ALS and their families.
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.
Specializing in constitutional law, the ACLJ is dedicated to the concept that freedom and democracy are God-given inalienable rights that must be protected.
The nation’s foremost defender of civil liberties. Defends constitutional rights. Upholds free speech, religious liberty, equality, privacy, due process. Protects minorities, women, immigrants, the poor.
Educates and motivates Christians through radio, television, online and print to act on issues affecting families. Examples: media indecency, pornography, abortion, entertainment, education, parenting.
Inspired by the Jewish commitment to justice, American Jewish World Service (AJWS) works to realize human rights and end poverty in the developing world.
Our history spans 50+ years and includes a presence in over 70 countries and 7 million supporters. We defend the human rights of people globally.
Our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
Dedicated to eliminating social and domestic violence and homelessness through community awareness, intervention, prevention, safe shelter, and supportive services.
To educate, strengthen and advocate for the community through services and partnerships, achieving optimal health and quality of life for all people living in the Antelope Valley.
Lift people out of homelessness, one person, one family at a time. We envision a community where people in need can find services, resources, and safe, affordable housing.
To advance an Everyone a Changemaker world, where anyone can apply the skills of changemaking to solve complex social problems.
AADAP provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment and prevention services, including employment and education, to youth/adults throughout Los Angeles County. AADAP’s motto is “People Need People”.
Promoting and advancing legal and civil rights of the Asian Pacific American community, with focus on the needs of low-income, immigrant and refugee populations.
AAAJ-LA is the nation’s largest legal and civil rights organization dedicated to providing AANHPI communities with multilingual, culturally-sensitive legal services, education, and civil rights support.
We provide support, awareness, information and education to families and the public. We work towards cooperation, coordination and the creation of services between individuals and agencies. We strive for advocacy, research, education and inclusion for ind
Building a stronger community by helping individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities achieve their goals for a better life
Supporting law enforcement officers & civilians and their families during times of death, catastrophic event, serious injury or serious illness with training, resources, and funds
Helping families escape poverty and domestic violence by ensuring equal access to justice; access to safety-net programs, building economic self-sufficiency and youth justice.
Safe, loving, permanent families for orphans and vulnerable children in the U.S. & worldwide. Safe haven for women facing unplanned pregnancies. Adoption & Options
Former foster youth are at high risk for homelessness, unemployment and poverty. Help empower them to rise above these challenges and become independent, self-sufficient adults.
Our mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong, enduring and professionally-supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Women can face intense pressure in unplanned pregnancy, losing jobs, being thrown out of their homes. Help us give free non-judgmental, confidential material, emotional support.
Committed to the health and well-being of Black women and girls through health education, empowerment and advocacy.
Your gift provides early intervention, training and education for children from birth through second grade who are blind, building the foundation for their future education.
Boys & Girls Club provides out-of-school youth development programs to young people ages 6-18. Priority outcomes include academic success, good character/citizenship and healthy lifestyles.
Mission-enable all young people, especially those who need us the most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens.
BGCC offers young people safe environments where they can be themselves, dedicated adults who respect and listen, and outcome based programs to empower youth.
BGCV has a 50 year legacy of impact improving the lives of at-risk youth in STEM, The Arts, Music, Sports, and Character Building programs.
BGCW provides out-of-school care for youth ages 6 – 18, with opportunities to help them lead a healthy lifestyle, achieve academically, and develop strong charater.
Bridge to Home provides support services – including an emergency winter shelter, case management, housing navigation, and medical clinics
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.
LIFE – A fundamental right – Protect all innocent human life from fertilization to natural death through education and counseling. To safeguard the most defenseless among us.
The CSEA Foundation is a non-profit, charitable corporation created to fund Scholarships and Disaster Grants to California State Employee Association affiliate members, dependents, spouses and grandchildren (ACSS, CSR, CSUEU, SEIU Local 1000 and UAW).
Empower youth of color to lead social change campaigns that transform education locally and across the state
LA CAN is a Skid Row-based grass roots organizationt that works to end homelessness and poverty through organizing, advocacy, legal services, and healthy food access.
Advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children within the court system. Based on the belief that every child is entitled to a safe and supportive home.
The agnecy provides a range of services including basic needs services, youth services, housing, immigration, job development and child care.
We provide compassionate social services that respond to the suffering of the vulnerable and those in crisis in our local communities.
The Center supports the creation and implementation of powerful public schools that prepare all students for college, career and life.
We help Asian and Pacific Islander (API) survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families.