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The Explorer Program teaches youth Courage, honesty, professionalism,principles,respect, integrity,dedication, and Espri De Corp (teamwork).
Instilling discipline, responsibility, leadership and provide an opportunity to make a positive impact in the lives of their families, classmates and members of the communities.
We promote understanding and support of hospice and palliative care, and work to improve access to quality end-of-life care to patients and their families.
Our organization exists to preserve, promote and perpetuate California Indian basketweaving traditions while providing a healthy physical, social, spiritual and economic environment for basketweavers.
CILS addresses the fundamental legal needs of the California tribal communities, including the protection of cultural and sacred places, protection of Indian children, the restoration and protection of tribal lands, and tribal self-reliance.
Cal-IPC’s mission is to protect California’s lands and waters from ecologically-damaging invasive plants through science, education and policy.
Provide scholarships to students enrolled in land surveying courses at universities and junior colleges.
Provide the public, policymakers, and environmental advocates with the resources they need to protect California’s air, water and natural resources through the democratic process.
Education, public information and systemic advocacy ensuring residents in skilled nursing and assisted living facilities have access to the local Long-Term Care Ombudsman Programs
Our mission is to conserve California native plants and their natural habitats, and increase understanding, appreciation, and horticultural use of native plants.
Children’s Counseling Services Parent Support Services Trauma Informed Educational Services Non-public School (New Directions) Creative Arts Advocacy
Youth Development through sports and activities for under served youth statewide.
Many potbellied pigs die needlessly in shelters and through cruelty. Help us save these intelligent loving animals through education and by finding them forever homes.
We provide services to individuals with autism and intellectual disabilities in a residential home designed to facilitate independence and community integration.
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.
Our mission is to achieve social justice and equity in partnership with farmworkers and the underserved in rural communities through community, legislative, and legal advocacy.
With Shakespeare’s depth of humanity as our touchstone, we build character and community through authentic, inclusive, and joyful theater experiences.
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).
Protects and restores California’s coast, ocean and waterways through California Coastal Cleanup Day, year-round Adopt-A-Beach cleanups, and other environmental public education programs.
Supports the California State Railroad Museum and Railtown 1897 State Historic Park, with a mission of generating revenue and awareness on behalf of its destinations, while supporting the preservation, interpretation and promotion of our railroad heritage
Supporting California’s transportation community: Grants for Workers Fallen or Injured on the Job Scholarships for Transportation Students Career Development Grants Transportation Awards – Recognizing Transportation Achievement
CYC is a youth led organization that empowers transition age youth to transform the foster care system through legislation, policy change, and child welfare training.
Working for a sustainable economy that thrives through greater use of recycled materials and less reliance on our invaluable and irreplaceable virgin resources.
Empower youth of color to lead social change campaigns that transform education locally and across the state
Camino Nuevo Charter Academy operates one preschool, four K-8 schools, and two high school campuses and educates students in a college preparatory program.
Camp Fire youth particdipating in club, after school and camping programs are actively engaged and are given a voice, which helps build self-esteem and self-reliance.
Since 1924, we have provided summer camp experiences to Oakland and Bay Area youth and families; promoting and celebrating connections between nature, family and community.
Awards scientific research grants, provides medical supplies and equipment to programs that treat cancer and other degenerative diseases. Cancer support groups for patients and families.
Caring for people facing cancer. Supporting patients, children, loved ones, caregivers. We provide help and hope through free counseling, wigs, education, financial assistance.
Help children maintain continuity and normalcy in their lives as a parent battles cancer. We fund vital extracurricular activities so kids can be kids.
The nation’s premier organization dedicated solely to cancer prevention research and education.
VHLA: committed to finding a cure for VHL, a genetic condition causing abnormal tumor growth, and related cancers, awarding millions through its research grants program.
To accelerate breakthroughs, we provide today’s best young scientists with funding to pursue innovative cancer research. 100% of your donation funds cancer research.
Cancer Research Institute supports and coordinates scientific and clinical efforts that will lead to the immunological treatment, control, and prevention of cancer.
Research grants for alternative therapies in treating cancer and so-called “incurable” diseases. Conducts seminars on alternative therapies. Provides medical supplies to hospitals and clinics.
We provide a guiding hand and compassionate heart to cancer patients and their families through services that educate, guide, support, and empower the patient through the cancer journey.
We provide information, support, and advocacy to over 400 people per year who are diagnosed with cancer in Mendocino County.
We provide free counseling, education, exercise and nutrition programs for people affected by cancer during their greatest time of need. Your support makes this possible.
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.
Teaching great dogs for special people. Invest in freedom by providing service dogs to children and adults with disabilities. Thank you!
A cold nose and a warm heart! Our companion dogs provide independence, assistance and friendship that transforms the lives of children and adults with disabilities.
We equip K-9 police dogs with bullet-proof, knife-proof, blast-resistant protective vests to help keep them safe in the line of duty.
Provides nonpartisan Bible teaching, pastoral counsel, spiritual encouragement, and prayer support for legislators, state leaders, staff, lobbyists, state employees, and others in the Capitol community.
Training people and churches to address poverty by investing in under-resourced communities and mentoring at-risk youth and families through After school programs and events.
We are a primary health care and specialty care provider dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of our community.
CaringBridge offers personal, protected websites for people to easily share updates and receive hands-on help and heartfelt encouragement from their community during a health journey.
Waging Peace. Fighting Disease. Building Hope. Led by former President Jimmy Carter and Rosalynn Carter, the Center advances human rights and alleviates unnecessary human suffering.
Train community volunteers as CASAs whose responsibilities are to advocate for permanency, family reunification and quality care for children in foster care within Imperial County.
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.
Every child deserves a safe, permanent home. Support CASA advocates nationwide who are providing abused and neglected children with hope for a better future.