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ABRAZAR (to Embrace) provides programs promoting self-sufficiency through financial coaching and education; free tax preparation; emergency food services; transportation; dental care; afterschool programing.
Fitness program designed to improve and maintain the health and well-being of adults of all ability levels, particularly seniors, with physical disabilities or health limitations.
Seven days a week caring volunteers deliver a hot, nourishing mid-day meal to homebound Alameda residents of all ages requesting assistance.
We are a supportive housing community that uses all its resources to help families and adults break the cycle of homelessness and poverty
Each day we serve 4,000 men, women, and children with emergency shelter, affordable housing, residential drug and alcohol treatment, job training, and other support services.
We provide hands-on care and support, education, and resources for Orange County families who experience Alzheimer’s, and other dementias, while advancing research for a cure.
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.
Provides emergency response services and trains individuals to respond and provide relief through CPR/1st Aid and disaster training for local/national crises.
A national humanitarian organization led by volunteers that provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people to prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
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.
Our community needs your help. We provide food, new school clothing, necessary supplies and vital enrichment programs to children, families, foster youth and the elderly.
CAVE provides Chico State students with meaningful volunteer opportunities, develops student leaders, and serves a broad base of community needs.
Continuum of Care programs provide emergency services (food, shelter, clothing, education, counseling and more) that empower the homeless to change their world.
Our free programs and services provide hope and help to blind or visually impaired adults and children, building vital skills for independent and fulfilling lives.
Survivor support services including financial assistance, retreats and camps for burn-injured children, families and adults; and delivers fire and burn prevention education to safeguard community.
This organization provides affordable housing, social services and educational programs for low-income families, seniors, veterans and people with disabilities in Ventura and Santa Barbara County
CNH provides comprehensive basic services to low-income families; Daycare,micro-business development, shelter for homeless women and children,and meals for children.
Free comprehensive services that remove barriers to cancer care such as insurance, transportation, or financial for persons of any age, including children, living with cancer.
CAP of Madera County, INC. (CAPMC) is a public non-profit 501 © (3) serving low-income individuals, elders, victims of crimes, children, and families
Vulnerable Californians of all ages and circumstances benefit from a full range of services designed to alleviate poverty and to promote self-sufficiency.
Offers comprehensive services aimed at the poor and vulnerable throughout Los Angeles, Ventura & Santa Barbara counties through 22 community centers, seven homeless shelters, and programs providing basic emergency assistance, youth services, support for the frail elderly, and immigration and refugee services.
We provide compassionate social services that respond to the suffering of the vulnerable and those in crisis in our local communities.
Our organization reliably provides healthy and fresh groceries with “Dignity and Respect” to the food insecure at mobile sites throughout Sacramento.
we are the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility
A non-profit organization proud to serve all youth, adults and seniors. Offer financial assistance for any and all programs to those demonstrating a need.
CSC provides medical, medical, behavioral health services as well as social service programs such as senior, youth development, housing, small business and asset building services.
Provides QOL services and essential equipment to elderly and disabled military veterans who reside in the Veterans Home of California. All proceeds benefit veteran residents.
CDSDP is a health care organization with medical and dental clinics offering an array of services. Clinics are located throughout Imperial & Riverside County.
Emergency, transitional, and permanent housing with supportive services to homeless women and children, as well as affordable housing to low and very low income households.
SeniorServ nourishes the wellness, purpose and dignity of seniors and their families by providing them with life-saving meals, supportive services, socialization, and day care services.
We serve survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking, and people of all ages with mental illness, substance abuse, and criminal justice histories.
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.
We exist as a child-advocacy ministry to release children from their spiritual, economic, social, and physical poverty to become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults.
We connect Sonoma County seniors with a wide range of services including nutrition services, social services, legal services, and financial services.
Located in the heart of San Francisco, Curry Senior Center meets seniors’ essential needs for health care, meals, housing, and social connections.
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.
Advocacy, communication assistance, counseling, employment assistance, information & refferal, community education, interpreting services, independent living skills instruction, family intervention services, support groups, and literacy classes
We serve disadvantaged residents in the Coachella Valley who need financial assistance in obtaining screening, diagnosis and treatment for cancer and allied diseases.
An independent international medical humanitarian organization that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics and natural disasters in more than 70 countries.
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.
Edgewood Center for Children and Families promotes the behavioral health of children, youth and families and supports a positive transition to adulthood.
Family Assistance Ministries helps people who are trying not to become homeless through prevention services as well as helping those who are homeless regain housing stability.
FCA helps the dedicated families who provide care at home for loved ones suffering from Alzheimer’s, stroke, Parkinson’s and other disabling diseases that strike adults.
We offer a variety of clinical, crisis, educational, outreach, and supportive services, including a 24/7/365 suicide crisis line, designed to strengthen family and community life.
Only food bank serving eastern Riverside County, CA; 100 community-based distribution partners from Banning to Blythe, 10+ million pounds food assistance distributed annually
Ventura County’s food bank – easing hunger of over 74,000 children, seniors and families through the collection and distribution of nutritious food throughout Ventura County.
Dedicated to providing food, clothing, rental assistance, and other basic needs through a program to reduce the poverty levels of farm workers.
We serve more than 3,000 veterans annually, helping connect them with housing, jobs, benefits, and take-home items such as food, clothing, and health care equipment.