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Mother Lode Rehabilitation Enterprises Inc.Placerville, CA
Mother Lode Rehabilitation Enterprises provides rehabilitation services to qualifying disabled adults of El Dorado County. The services provided include social and job training, finding appropriate jobs and community interaction as well as group home and assisted living arrangements.
Asse International Inc.Laguna Beach, CA
Part I, line 1 - Asse programs promote international educational and cultural exchange by providing opportunities for high school students, university students, and young adults to spend several months living in another country and learning the language and culture of the host family, school, and community or the host employer and community. Part III, line 1 - 'Engage in charitable and educational activities within the meaning of section 501(c)(3)that contribute to international understanding by providing young people from various countries with the opportunity to improve their knowledge of foreign cultures and languages through active participation in family, school and community life in countries or regions than their own.'
Villa Majella of Santa Barbara Inc.Santa Barbara, CA
Villa Majella of Santa Barbara is a non-denominational organization, founded in 1982, which provides comprehensive services to at-risk, in-crisis, mothers-to-be who have chosen to carry their babies to term, whether the future involves parenting or adoption. Through its maternity home and outreach program, it provides a nurturing environment of love, education and support so that mothers and babies can lead healthy and productive lives.
Hunger at HomeSan Jose, CA
Hunger at Home partners with local convention centers, hotels, and sports stadiums throughout Silicon Valley to collect excess food and goods. This food and goods are then distributed to hungry and homeless individuals through a robust nonprofit network. To date, Hunger at Home has donated 9 million meals locally and helped distribute much needed goods like towels, blankets, kitchen items, and hygiene kits. This effort results in tens of thousands of pounds of excess food diverted from our landfills and ensures the one in four people facing food insecurity in our community do not go hungry.
Aids Healthcare FoundationLos Angeles, CA
AHF funds its mission to rid the world of AIDS through a network of pharmacies, thrift stores, healthcare contracts and other strategic partnerships. Generating new, innovative ways of treatment, prevention and advocacy has been the hallmark of our success.
Life AdvocatesGilroy, CA
In the year 2018, the organizations primary exempt purpose was in assisting families, especially those with small children who are lacking in material items such as clothing, baby bottles, diapers, car seats, cribs, blankets, mattresses, play pens, highchairs, etc. The particular community we serve are families who are living in cars, nearby shelters, under bridges, and nearby creeks, etc. who are in desperate need of both food and clothing. These families are below the poverty line by most measures, and most are lacking in nearly everything to support their children. In addition to providing substantial amounts of food and clothing, we also provide baby bottles, diapers, books, toys, and the larger material items (cribs, childrens beds, sheets, blankets, car seats, pack and plays, etc.) for children ages newborn to age 10. Our primary exempt purpose is to assist people, especially young families with children newborn to age 10, to survive in life under extremely difficult circumstance
Night MinistrySan Francisco, CA
To increase access to spiritual care and community at night, on the streets, and on the phones. We do not judge, convert, or save. We meet people where they are and help them make meaning and find hope for themselves drawing on their own resources. We offer community chaplaincy services and crisis intervention. We serve the human and spiritual needs of people in San Francisco at night!
Jewish Community Center of San FranciscoSan Francisco, CA
Urban and inclusive, the JCCSF celebrates our vibrant city and its people, exploring Jewish culture and traditions as a pathway for joyful, meaningful living. We are a community that welcomes everyone, using the power of gathering together to share, inspire, support and restore by hosting thousands of programs and experiences each year.