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Making an impact in Big Bear, Bloomington, Colton, Crestline, Grand Terrace, Highland, Lake Arrowhead, Loma Linda, Rialto, Running Springs, San Bernardino & Mojave Valley Region 2009/2010 1 2 3 4 5 Current PCFD Social Security Number Employee Name Agency Unit Code # PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT LEGIBLY, USING A BALL POINT PEN PLEASE INDICATE HOW YOUR PAYROLL DEDUCTION SHOULD BE PROCESSED A. o NEW PAYROLL DEDUCTION New donors must specify a PCFD to manage your donation. See back of this 6 form for a list of PCFDs. Place the new PCFD Code # in Box 6 to the right. Place your monthly deduction amount to the right of Box 6. $ csecc pledge form New PCFD Code # Total monthly contribution Please retain a copy of B. o CHANGE MY EXISTING DEDUCTION AMOUNT this form for your tax records. I wish to change my monthly payroll deduction to the amount listed in the box to the right. California Government Code §13923 requires $ that every State employee receive this pledge Checking this box will cancel previous designations. form. Your signature on line F, or initials on Total monthly contribution line K will verify that this requirement has been met. C. o DELETE, I NO LONGER WISH TO CONTRIBUTE Funds will no longer be deducted. Minimum deduction is $2.00 per month. D. o CHANGE MY PRINCIPAL COMBINED FUND DRIVE (PCFD) All deductions will continue unless you revoke or change them. I wish to change the PCFD which manages my donation. See back of this form 7 $ for a list of PCFDs. Place the new PCFD Code # in Box 7 to the right. NOTE: Checking B or D will cancel Place your monthly deduction amount to the right. Checking this box will New PCFD Code # Total monthly contribution previous designations. cancel previous designations. E. o CONTINUE payroll deductionDEDUCTIONremain the same. The organizations I contribute to will remain as previously directed unless I change them in section G below. My monthly MY EXISTING amount will F. I authorize the STATE CONTROLLER to process the payroll deduction selection listed above. SIGNATURE REQUIRED (INK ONLY) DATE SECTION BELOW AUTHORIZES YOUR DESIGNATION SELECTION FOR PCFD AGENCY USE (OPTIONAL): DESIGNATION(S) TO SPECIFIC ORGANIZATIONS APPROVED AND LISTED IN THE DONOR RESOURCE GUIDE An employee has the right to designate all or part of their contribution to the charitable organization(s) of their choice. Any undesignated portion will be distributed to charitable organizations by the local PCFD volunteer committee. G. o I WISH TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING DESIGNATION(S): Amount Per Month ($2 Check for Organization Name(s): Organization Code # Minimum per organization) 1 year only* 1 $ 2 $ 3 $ 4 $ 5 $ Write-In Organization Information An organization not approved by the Victim Compensation Amount Per Month ($2 Check for and Government Claims Board, but is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Minimum per organization) 1 year only* Organization Name (Required) Amount of Write-In $ Address (Required) TOTAL ALL Monthly Designations $ City/State/Zip (Required) Phone Number Tax Identification Number * Check this box if you want your donation to go to the designated organization(s) you’ve selected for one year only and then to the PCFD agency managing your donation until you instruct otherwise. H. o This is a one-time check/cash contribution for the total amount of $__________________. (Please make check payable to: CSECC) I. o If you wish to have the PCFD acknowledge your donation, please complete the information below. Acknowledgment information must be provided on an annual basis. Please write preferred name(s) for recognition acknowledgements if different than above. In addition to donating to these worthy charitable causes, please also remember to donate your Home Address City State Zip Code time. Visit CaliforniaVolunteers.org to find mean- ingful volunteer opportunities in your community. Phone Number Email Address J. o I authorize the PCFD to distribute my contributions as stated above. SIGNATURE REQUIRED (INK ONLY) DATE K. o DECLINE — you haveNO CURRENT DEDUCTIONS ANDbox CNOT WISH signCONTRIBUTE AT THIS TIME (please initial)______________ Remember, if I HAVE a current deduction, you must check DO above, and TO line F. Page 1: PCFD Copy 330M REV 2009 Initials alone will not discontinue your deduction. Not printed at Government Expense. This is a charitable contribution. No goods or services were provided in exchange for this contribution. Consult your tax advisor for more information. www.csecc.org PCFD CODE NUMBERS (TO BE USED WHEN A FUND DRIVE CODE NUMBER IS NEEDED FOR BOX 6 OR BOX 7) PCFD ORGANIZATION AREA SERVED PCFD Code Big Bear, Bloomington, Crestline, Colton, Devore, Grand Terrace, Highland, Lake Arrowhead, Loma Arrowhead United Way 045 Linda, Rialto, Running Springs, San Bernardino, Mojave Valley Region United Way of the Bay Area Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Solano Counties 022 United Way of Butte and Glenn Counties Butte and Glenn Counties 044 United Way California Capital Region Alpine, Amador, El Dorado, Placer, Sacramento, Santa Barbara and Yolo Counties 024 Aguanga, Anza, Garner Valley, Gilman Hot Springs, Hemet, Homeland, Idyllwild, Lakeview, Central County United Way 011 Menifee, Mountain Center, Nuevo, Pine Cove, Romoland, Sage, San Jacinto, Sun City, Winchester The Coachella Valley: Indio, Bermuda Dunes, Indian Wells, Cathedral City, Coachella, Desert Center, Desert Hot Springs, Sky Valley, Thousand Palms, Salton City, White Water, Pinyon, Indio United Way of the Desert Hills, Eagle Mountain, La Quinta, Mecca, North Shore, Palm Desert, Palm Springs, Rancho Mirage, 064 Desert Shore, Oasis, Thermal, Morongo Basin area, including Joshua Tree, Landers, Morongo Valley, Pioneertown, Twenty-nine Palms and Yucca Valley. Adelanto, Apple Valley, Baldy Mesa, El Mirage, Helendale, Hesperia, Lucerne Valley, Oak Hills, Oro Desert Communities United Way 069 Grande, Phelan, Pinon Hills, Summit Valley, Victorville, and Wrightwood United Way of the East Valley Redlands, Mentone, Highland, Loma Linda, Yucaipa, Calimesa, Forest Falls, Oak Glen 065 United Way of Fresno County Fresno, Madera and Mariposa Counties 028 United Way of Greater Los Angeles Los Angeles County excluding Diamond Bar, Pomona, San Dimas, and Walnut 004 United Way of Humboldt County Humboldt and Del Norte Counties 074 United Way of Imperial County Imperial County 002 Eastern Los Angeles and Western San Bernardino Counties including: Claremont, Diamond Bar, La Inland Empire United Way Verne, Pomona, San Dimas, Walnut, Chino, Chino Hills, Fontana, Montclair, Ontario, Lytle Creek, 059 Upland, Rancho Cucamonga, Mt. Baldy Banning, Beaumont, Cabazon, Cherry Valley, Glen Avon, Jurupa, Mira Loma, Pedley, Rubidoux, United Way of the Inland Valleys Lade Elsinore, Canyon Lake, Wildmar, March Field, Moreno Valley, Perris, Temecula, Murrieta, 019 Riverside, Corona, Norco, El Cerrito, Home Gardens, Lake Matthews and surrounding county land. United Way of Kern County Kern, Inyo, and Mono Counties 071 Kings United Way Kings County 014 United Way of Merced County Merced County 056 United Way of Monterey County Monterey County 036 Nevada County United Way Nevada and Sierra Counties 013 United Way of Northern California United Way of Intermountain Area United Way of Lassen County United Way of Modoc County United Way of Plumas County Lassen, Intermountain area, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, Trinity, Modoc, and Plumas Counties 040 United Way of Shasta County United Way of Siskiyou County United Way of Tehama County United Way of Trinity County Orange County United Way Orange County 005 Palo Verde United Way Palo Verde Valley, Blythe in Eastern Riverside County 003 United Way of San Diego County San Diego County 032 United Way of San Joaquin County San Joaquin County 023 United Way of San Luis Obispo County San Luis Obispo County 039 United Way Silicon Valley Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties 029 United Way of Stanislaus Area Stanislaus, Tuolumne, and Calaveras Counties 012 United Way of Tulare County Tulare County 081 United Way of Ventura County Ventura County 010 United Way of the Wine Country Lake, Mendocino, and Sonoma Counties 073 Yuba-Sutter United Way Yuba, Sutter and Colusa Counties 075 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1 Using your Directory 1 How Cost Effective is Your Gift? 1 Your Gift Made a Difference! 1 The Principal Combined Fund Drive Organization 1 Fundraising Federations in CSECC 2 Using Your Pledge Form 2 Disclaimer Donor Disclosure Information 2 2009 CSECC Brochure/Directory Arrowhead United Way (PCFD) 3 America’s Charities 3 Animal Charities of America 5 Arts Council Silicon Valley 5 Asian Pacific Community Fund of Southern California 6 Bay Area Black United Fund, Inc. 6 Cancer Cure of America- Care, Understanding, Research & End 6 Children’s Charitable Alliance 7 Children’s Charities of America 7 Children’s Medical Charities of America 8 Christian Charities USA 9 Christian Community Charities 10 Combined Health Appeal of Central California 10 Community Health Charities of California: Los Angeles/Central Coast Branch 10 Community Health Charities of California: Sacramento and Central Valley Branch 11 Community Health Charities of California: South Bay Branch 11 Community Health Charities of California: Southern California Branch 12 Community Health Charities of California: San Francisco/East Bay Branch 12 Conservation/Preservation Charities of America 13 Do Unto Others: America’s Emergency Relief, Development and Humanitarian Outreach Charities 14 Educate America: Education, School Support & Scholarship Funds 14 Environmental Federation of California 15 Global Impact 17 Health and Medical Research Charities of America 18 Hispanic United Fund 19 Human Care Charities of America 20 Jewish Charities of America 21 Local Animal Charities of America 21 Local Independent Charities of America 21 Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade 24 Metropolitan Arts Partnership (MAP) 24 Military, Veterans & Patriotic Service Organizations of America 25 Neighbor to Nation 25 Independent Charitable Organizations 27 Partners for a Better World 36 Sports Charities USA 38 Wild Animals Worldwide 38 Women, Children and Family Service Charities of America 39 CALIFORNIA STATE EMPLOYEES CHARITABLE Through your support, agencies provided a broad array of CAMPAIGN services including: Alcohol and drug rehabilitation; 2009 DIRECTORY OF ORGANIZATIONS Programs for youth; INTRODUCTION Community development; Organizations and federations in this directory have been approved by the Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board as either an affiliated Youth programs and day care; or a non-affiliated organization. Affiliates are members of the PCFD agency’s service group. Non-affiliates are not associated with the PCFD Programs for disabled individuals; agency. Non-affiliates are listed as members of a non-affiliated federation or as independents. Assistance for the elderly; Permission has been granted specifically for the agency’s local geographic Environmental programs; campaign area for the 2009 California State Employees Charitable Campaign (CSECC). Help for exploited/abused children; FORMAT Health and mental health services; In the description section of this directory, PCFD’s member agencies are Assistance for the hungry, homeless, disaster and crime victims; listed first, followed by a listing of federations and then the independent organizations. This section also contains each organization’s address, Human rights programs; telephone number, 25 word statement and processing code number. International “self-help” programs; DISTRIBUTION Programs for minorities; “By law each employee will receive a pledge designation form and a list of agencies eligible to receive designations deductions.” Help for families in crisis; and This directory is intended to serve as a guide to human care services for Women’s services. you, family members, neighbors, and friends, not only during the campaign period, but throughout the year. Please keep your directory as a handy THE PRINCIPAL COMBINED FUND DRIVE ORGANIZATION reference for future use. As a State employee, you have the opportunity to participate in an annual fundraising campaign to support charitable agencies of your choice through USING YOUR DIRECTORY payroll deductions. California Government Code Section 13923 makes this possible. This brochure gives you the information you need to be an informed giver, whether a first-time donor or a long-time supporter of CSECC. In it, you’ll The Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board is authorized to get answers to your questions about how last year’s gift was used select, through a yearly certification procedure, the Principal Combined effectively to provide services. Fund Drive (PCFD) organization that will conduct the annual California State Employees Charitable Campaign (CSECC) in a specific geographical HOW COST EFFECTIVE IS YOUR GIFT? area. The designated PCFD organization acts in a fiduciary capacity on behalf of the State Board of Control and State employees to direct the Your pledge, along with pledges from your fellow State workers, goes a fundraising drive. long way towards meeting critical local and global needs. Arrowhead United Way was selected as the PCFD organization for its 12 Approximately 85 cents of each dollar collected by the PCFD are used for city territory because it “combines in one specific annual drive the greatest direct service by health, human, environmental and international care support for charitable agencies that depend upon public subscriptions for service agencies. support.” YOUR GIFT MADE A DIFFERENCE! Arrowhead United Way is: Last year your gift helped thousands of individuals locally, statewide, Inclusive. United Way represents the broadest number of local nationally and internationally. Children, youth, elderly, disabled and others health and human care agencies, and has the capacity to maintain in crisis…your neighbors…maybe even members of your own the unrestrictive giving feature of the CSECC. family…were helped by these services. Responsive. United Way plans, organizes and conducts the campaign based on the wishes of the donors and the needs of the community. Accountable. United Way donors conduct on-site fiscal and program reviews of its partner agencies. Thank you for your gift Arrowhead United Way belongs to its donors and volunteers, who ensure that the highest standards of effectiveness and efficiency are met. 1 FUNDRAISING FEDERATIONS IN CSECC USING YOUR PLEDGE FORM Under Code Section 13923, as amended by Chapter 87 statutes of 1979, the Payroll deduction Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board determines other fundraising federations and organizations that are not affiliated with the If you are participating in the payroll deduction program, pledges are continuous unless canceled or changed by you. Your combined Pledge/Designated Form has detailed instructions on how to provide data on NOTICE and DISCLAIMER your decision to give. See page two of CSECC brochure. “Each donor is encouraged to independently review information about Who decides where my pledge goes? the charities they select. That is your decision. When you make a pledge without specifying an The Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board has found agency, the pledge will be directed to the local agencies represented by the these charities eligible to receive designated deductions based on Principal Combined Fund Drive organization, Arrowhead United Way. certifications that the charities comply with statutory requirements. The Board does not independently investigate the charities other than Distribution of funds is determined by qualified local volunteers who review to verify their Federal Tax exempt status and review their self- the needs and services of local member agencies and hold the agencies certifications of compliance with applicable California Department of responsible for performance standards and fiscal accountability. Fair Employment and Housing Regulations. The Board’s determination is not an endorsement of any particular charity”. Designations PCFD organization, which may participate in CSECC and receive If you wish to designate your pledge to the non-affiliate federations or designated pledges. A federation represents a group of agencies with a agencies that serve a specific cause, indicate your choice on the donor similar purpose and focus. designation form (lower portion of pledge form). Federations approved to participate in the local campaign area for the 2009 You may choose to designate all or part of your gift. Your designation will California State Employees Charitable Campaign include: be handled in confidence. Designations are continuous unless you check the box on the pledge card restricting the designation for the current year. Arrowhead United Way America’s Charities Animal Charities of America Arts Council Silicon Valley DISCLAIMER DONOR DISCLOSURE INFORMATION Asian Pacific Community Fund of Southern California Bay Area Black United Fund, Inc Your 2009 campaign directory will have some atypical listing in the non- Cancer Cure of America- Care, Understanding, Research & End affiliated grouping. For instance: Children’s Charitable Alliance Children’s Charities of America An agency claimed as a member agency by two or three federations. Children’s Medical Charities of America Christian Charities USA In addition to the agency listing itself as an independent nonfederated Christian Community Charities agency. Combined Health Appeal of Central California Community Health Charities of California: Los Angeles/Central Coast Two different federations listing the same agency as a member with Branch two different addresses, but same telephone number and stating Community Health Charities of California: Sacramento and Central services are provided in same area(s). Valley Branch Community Health Charities of California: South Bay Branch A federation listing an agency twice with the same addresses, but Community Health Charities of California: Southern California Branch Community Health Charities of California: San Francisco/East Bay different phone numbers and stating services are provided in Branch different area(s). Conservation/Preservation Charities of America Do Unto Others: America’s Emergency Relief, Development and Some agencies listing incomplete or misspelled names and addresses; Humanitarian Outreach Charities Educate America: Education, School Support & Scholarship Funds Accountability for these irregularities is not within the mandate of your Environmental Federation of California local PCFD agency. Global Impact Health and Medical Research Charities of America Hispanic United Fund Regulations in the State code for CSECC require the PCFD agencies to Human Care Charities of America print the approved agency information exactly as received from the Jewish Charities of America Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board’s “Final List of Local Animal Charities of America Approved Non-affiliated Organizations” document. Local Independent Charities of America Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade Cost-efficiencies, due to the significant increase in the number of Metropolitan Art Partnership (MAP) nonaffiliated approved by the Victim Compensation and Government Military, Veterans & Patriotic Service Organizations of America Claims Board, dictate that information when first submitted for Neighbor to Nation Independent Charitable Organizations certification must be correct. Partners for a Better World Sports Charities USA Increased cost to donors occurs if the PCFD agencies have to contact Wild Animals Worldwide agencies and/or federations to correct these inaccuracies. Women, Children and Family Service Charities of America 2 5260 Mary's Mercy Center, Inc. Veronica's Home of Mercy 641 1698 AIDS & Infectious Disease Science Center Arrowhead United Way Roberds Ave San Bernardino CA 92411- (909) 889-2558 We are 3550 General Atomics Ct MC 4140 San Diego, CA a Catholic/Christian, long-term transitional home for adult 92121 (858)909-5125Deadly new bacteria and 0001 Arrowhead United Way pregnant women and their children - alternative to domestic viruses are discovered daily. We need cures now! 646 N. D Street, San Bernardino, CA 92401 (909) 884-9441 violence, substance abuse, abortion and homelessness. Please help us. We can't afford to lose this life or www.marysmercycenter.org death race. www.infection-research.org our mission is to improve people’s lives by engaging the caring power of communities. arrowheadunitedway.org 5443 Mojave Valley United Fund, Inc. Mojave Valley United 1492 Alzheimer's and Aging Research Center Way 210 E Williams St Barstow CA 92311- (760) 256-8789 3550 General Atomics Ct MC 4110 San Diego, CA 2263 American Red Cross: Inland Empire Chapter 202 Funds 20 programs that provide services; homelessness, domestic 92121 (858)909-5121Stop the suffering caused by W Rialto Ave San Bernardino CA 92408- (909) 888-1481 violence, seniors, boys and girls club, scouts, hospice, Kid Smart aging-related medical conditions. Your support Emergency disaster relief; emergency military -backpacks and school supplies info and referral. makes exciting new medical research possible. communications; first aid/CPR training; water safety; nurse Please help our aging population and their families. assistant and home health aid training; disaster preparedness 2265 Mountain Communities Boys and Girls Club 607 Forest www.aging-research.org and AED training. www.arcinlandempire.org Shade Rd Crestline CA 92325- (909) 338-9390 A safe place to learn and grow. On-going relationships with caring adult 44 American Center for Law and Justice, Inc. 4535 Assistance League of San Bernardino 580 W 6th St professionals. Life-enhancing programs and character 1000 Regent University Dr Virginia Beach, VA San Bernardino CA 92410-3002 (909) 884-6033 Provides development experiences, hope and opportunity. www.mcbgc.org 23464 (757)226-4554Specializing in constitutional new clothing to 200 children in need and operates the law, we are dedicated to the concept that freedom children's dental health center providing dental services to 2612 Option House, Inc. 813 North D St Ste 3 San Bernardino and democracy are God-given inalienable rights that over 5,000 local children each year. www.alsanbdno.org CA 92401- (909) 383-1602 Crisis intervention counseling for must be protected. www.aclj.org victims of domestic violence. Prevention and education programs 5652 Bear Valley Community Healthcare District to the community. All services provided at no charge. 45 American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Foundation MOM Project 1221 E Big Bear Blvd Big Bear www.optionhouse.org Inc. 125 Broad St 18th Fl New York, NY 10004- City CA 92314- (909) 585-5607 We offer a full spectrum 2400 (212)549-2500Defends your constitutional education program and resource center, offering 31 different 2613 Rim Family Services, Inc. 28545 Hwy 18 Sky Forest CA rights. Upholds free speech, religious liberty, classes on all aspects of parenting and a resource and referral 92385- (909) 336-1800 Individual and family therapy. Substance equality, privacy, due process. Fights unlawful program. abuse. Outpatient treatment, prevention, after-care. Court ordered detention and eavesdropping. Protects minorities, DUI, PC1000. Parent education. Crisis counseling. Anger women, immigrants, the poor. www.aclu.org 2267 Boy Scouts of America - California Inland Empire management. EAP. Parents as Teachers. Council 1230 Indiana Ct Redlands CA 92374- (909) 793- www.rimfamilyservices.org 1125 American Hospice Foundation, Inc. Hospice 2463 Comprehensive youth development and program America2120 L St NW Ste 200 Washington, DC designed to instill values and help them make ethical choices 3368 SAC Health System 1455 E 3rd St San Bernardino CA 20037 (202)223-0204Increase access to hospice care over their lifetime. Ages - male 7-20; co-ed 15-20. www.bsa- 92408- (909) 382-7156 A community clinic system providing through public education/professional training and ciec.org full-time primary care, dental, nutritional and behavioral health consumer advocacy with the hopes that hospice will services to the underserved communities of San Bernardino and be an integral part of our society. 2271 Colton Children's Services Council 22779 B Palm Riverside County. www.llu.edu/llu/sachs www.americanhospice.org Ave Grand Terrace CA 92313- (909) 953-1256 Completely volunteer program for children in Colton School District 2370 San Bernardino Sexual Assault Services, Inc. 444 N 39 America's Charities 14150 Newbrook Dr Ste whose families are unable to pay for eyeglasses or dental Arrowhead Ave Ste 101 San Bernardino CA 92401- (909) 885- 110 Chantilly, VA 20151 (800)458-9505Working to work. Referrals by school nurses. 8884 Crisis intervention counseling for victims of sexual assault. build strong communities. Addressing needs of Prevention and education programs to the community. All children, families, communities through member 4538 Family Service Agency of San Bernardino 1669 N E services provided at no charge. www.sbas.org programs, by helping employers and employees St San Bernardino CA 92405- (909) 886-6737 We provide support our member charities' programs. professional counseling, family education, domestic violence 2549 Second Harvest Food Bank Serving Riverside & San www.charities.org groups and intervention treatment programs for high-risk Bernardino Counties 2950 B Jefferson St Riverside CA 92504- youth. www.fsasbc.org (951) 359-4757 Collect and distribute donated food to charities to 73 Amnesty International USA Inc 5 Penn Plz 16th alleviate local hunger. Fl New York, NY 10001 (212)807-8400Worldwide 2362 First Steps Child Development Center 1235 Indiana membership-based human rights organization - Ct Ste 105 Redlands CA 92374- (909) 793-2516 We provide 3374 Social Science Services, Inc. Cedar House Rehabilitation impartial and non-political - working to create a an environment that supports the total family in its needs Center 18612 Santa Ana Ave Bloomington CA 92316- (909) 421- safer, more just world. 1977 Nobel Peace Prize while providing child care for children birth through five 7120 125 bed inpatient chemical dependence treatment. Group, recipient. www.amnestyusa.org years. therapy, education, relapse prevention, life skills, outpatient services, day treatment, supportive housing for women and 1500 Arthritis & Chronic Pain Research Institute 2364 Girl Scouts of San Gorgonio Council 1751 Plum Ln children, sober living. www.cedarhouse.org 3550 General Atomics Ct. MC 4120 San Diego, CA Redlands CA 92374- (909) 307-6555 We are the world's 92121 (800)877-4166Chronic pain caused by preeminent organization dedicated to all girls, where in an 3375 Visiting Nurse Association and Hospice of Southern arthritis, cancer, and other medical conditions cripple accepting and nurturing environment, girls build character California 412 E Vanderbilt Wy San Bernardino CA 92408- 86 million Americans. Help us continue our search and skills for success. www.gssgc.org (909) 447-7323 A certified home health aide and hospice agency for new medications to relieve pain. www.pain- that provides skilled nursing, physical therapy, speech therapy, research.org 2605 Highland District Council on Aging, Inc. Highland occupational therapy, social services, and nutrition counseling. Senior Center 3102 E Highland Ave Patton CA 92369- (909) www.vnasocal.org 2932 Bethune Theatredanse Infinite Dreams3342 862-8104 We provide numerous services and programs Barham Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90068 (323)874- including: fitness/health, social, recreational, nutrition, 3377 YMCA of the East Valley YMCA of Redlands, YMCA of 0481An inclusive theatre arts program that enriches transportation assistance, friendly visitor program, trips, San Bernardino 500 E Citrus Ave Redlands CA 92373- (909) the lives of thousands of children and young adults educational classes. 798-9622 Serving over 14,000 persons in San Bernardino County with special needs. www.bethunetheatredanse.org with programs in health, sports, aquatics, childcare, camping, 2606 Home of Neighborly Service of San Bernardino 839 leadership development and legal aid for all income levels. 2998 Boy Scouts of America, Long Beach Area N Mt Vernon Ave San Bernardino CA 92411-2796 (909) www.ymcaeastvalley.org Council P O Box 7338 Long Beach, CA 90807 885-3491 Provides family literacy (nutrition, ESL, homework (562)427-0911We educate youth to do things for assistance), youth intervention (boxing program, scouting, themselves and others and teach young people drug and gang prevention) and emergency service (food America's Charities patriotism, courage, self-reliance, and ethical values. pantry and children's clothing) programs. www.longbeachbsa.org 1912 "I Have A Dream" Foundation 330 Seventh Ave 20th Fl 2608 Legal Aid Society of San Bernardino 354 W Sixth St New York, NY 10001 (212)293-5480Empowering children in 2711 Boy Scouts of America, Los Angeles Area San Bernardino CA 92401- (909) 381-4633 Provides free low-income communities to achieve higher education by Council Learning for Life2333 Scout Wy Los consultation, instructions and preparation of court-mandated providing guaranteed tuition support for college and a long-term Angeles, CA 90026 (213)413-4400Prepares young documents for non-parents seeking to secure, modify or program of academic and social services. www.ihad.org people to make ethical and moral choices over their terminate guardianships for children of absent parents. lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout www.legalaidofsb.org 1646 A Place Called Home PO Box 11336 Los Angeles, CA Oath and Law. www.boyscoutsla.org 90011 (323)232-7653To provide at-risk youth with a secure, 2609 Mary's Mercy Center Mary's Table 641 Roberds Ave positive family environment where they can regain hope and 1914 Braille Institute of America, Inc. 741 N San Bernardino CA 92411- (909) 889-2558 Provides basic belief, earn trust and self-respect. www.apch.org Vermont Ave Los Angeles, CA 90029 (323)663- needs for human life: food, showers, clothes and hygiene 1111Independent nonprofit organization whose items and a long-term transitional home for adult pregnant 2997 Activities for Retarded Children (ARC) Activities for mission is to eliminate blindness and severe sight women and their children. www.marysmercycenter.org Retarded Children & Adults6456 Whitsett Ave N Hollywood, CA loss as a barrier to a fulfilling life. 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Charity Navigator's highest rating: 850 San Francisco, CA 94103 (415)856-0444San Francisco 4 stars. www.earthday.net 2313 Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association 5333 Bay's pollution watchdog, using science and advocacy to Zoo Dr Los Angeles, CA 90027 (323)644- reform policy and enforce clean water laws for the benefit of 309 Earth Island Institute, Inc. 300 Broadway Ste 28 San 4705Supports the Los Angeles Zoo's efforts to ecosystems and human communities. www.baykeeper.org Francisco, CA 941333312 (415)788-3666Supports 40 diverse, nurture wildlife and enrich the human experience citizen-led projects worldwide dedicated to protecting the Earth's through exhibits, education and conservation 2298 BayKeeper San Francisco Baykeeper785 Market St Ste health and environment, from marine mammal protection to programs, membership and special events. 850 San Francisco, CA 94103 (415)856-0444San Francisco wilderness training for inner-city youths. www.earthisland.org www.lazoo.org Bay's pollution watchdog, using science and advocacy to reform policy and enforce clean water laws for the benefit of 317 Ecology Center 2530 San Pablo Ave Berkeley, CA 94702 1737 Green Corps, Inc. 44 Winter St 4th Fl Boston, ecosystems and human communities. www.baykeeper.org (510)548-2220We promote environmentally and socially- MA 02108 (617)747-4372Training a new generation responsible practices through community-based service and of environmental leaders by working in communities 118 Beyond Pesticides/National Coalition Against the education programs including curbside recycling, farmers with local groups to preserve forests, clean up our air Misuse of Pesticides 701 E St SE #200 Washington, DC markets, resource library, hotline, bookstore, Terrain magazine, and promote cleaner energy. www.greencorps.org 20003 (202)543-5450Prevents pesticide poisoning of our and classes/events. www.ecologycenter.org environment, homes, workplaces, schools, food and water 1903 Greenbelt Alliance/People for Open Space, through a practical information clearinghouse on toxic 2090 Environmental and Energy Study Institute 1112 16th St Inc. 631 Howard St Ste 510 San Francisco, CA hazards and non-chemical pest control. NW Ste 300 Washington, DC 20036 (202)662-1887Protecting the 94105 (415)543-6771The Bay Area’s advocate for www.beyondpesticides.org climate by educating Congress, developing innovative solutions open spaces and vibrant places, protecting farmlands and building broad coalitions to move America to efficient and and natural areas, and helping create walkable renewable energy for a sustainable future. www.eesi.org neighborhoods for over 50 years. www.greenbelt.org 15 394 Heal the Bay 1444 9th St Santa Monica, CA 90401 education, and science-based advocacy, we inform, inspire and 1752 San Diego Coastkeeper 2825 Dewey Rd Ste (310)451-1500Dedicated to making Southern California's empower people to speak and act on behalf of the ocean. 200 San Diego, CA 92106 (619)758-7743Protecting coastal waters and watersheds, including Santa Monica Bay, www.oceanconservancy.org the region's bays, beaches, watersheds and ocean for safe, healthy and clean, through research, education, the people and wildlife that depend on them by community action and advocacy. www.healthebay.org 2928 Oceana, Inc. 1350 Connecticut Ave NW FI 5 Washington, balancing community outreach, education and DC 20036 (202)833-3900Works internationally to protect marine advocacy. www.sdcoastkeeper.org 447 Izaak Walton League of America, Inc. 707 wildlife and human health through programs to end pollution and Conservation Ln Gaithersburg, MD 20878 (301)548- destructive fishing practices, and to ensure vibrant, healthy 1302 San Gorgonio Wilderness Association 34701 0150Solutions-oriented conservationists - hunters, anglers, oceans. www.oceana.org Mill Creek Rd Mentone, CA 92359 (909)382- outdoor recreationists - working to protect America's air, 2906Provides information, nature education and waters, woods and wildlife habitat through education, 1521 Organic Farming Research Foundation PO Box 440 emergancy services to wilderness and forest visitors. advocacy and fostering strong outdoor ethics. www.iwla.org Santa Cruz, CA 950610440 (831)426-6606Fostering the Also protects and maintains trails and recreation improvement and widespread adoption of organic farming resources in and around the San Gorgonio 866 Jane Goodall Institute for Wildlife Research, systems. 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We support the www.urbancorpssd.org Francisco, CA 94105 (415)281-0407Preserving the plants, planting of 5 million trees by the year 2025. www.sactree.com animals and natural communities that represent the diversity 882 Wilderness Society, The 1615 M St NW of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need 778 San Diego Audubon Society 4891 Pacific Hwy Ste 112 San Washington, DC 20036 (202)429-2603Works to to survive. www.nature.org Diego, CA 92110 (619)682-7200We promote the conservation protect special wild places from development so that and protection of birds, other wildlife, and their habitat through future generations will have the opportunity to enjoy 2267 Ocean Conservancy, Inc. 1300 19th St NW 8th Fl advocacy, public education, and the maintenance of wildlife America's natural heritage. www.wilderness.org Washington, DC 20036 (202)351-0442Through research, sanctuaries. www.sandiegoaudubon.org 16 1100 Wildlife Conservation Society 2300 Southern Blvd women is key to helping families and communities escape leadership development, health awareness, and job Bronx, NY 10460 (718)741-1647Saves endangered species poverty. www.careusa.org skills training in 70 countries worldwide. and threatened ecosystems in 61 countries; teaches ecology www.iyfnet.org and inspires care for wildlife through the Bronx Zoo and 303 Doctors Without Borders USA, Inc. 333 7th Ave 2nd Fl national science education programs. www.wcs.org New York, NY 100015004 (888)392-0392An international 1399 Lutheran World Relief, Inc. 700 Light St independent medical humanitarian organization that delivers Baltimore, MD 212303850 (410)230-2800Works 2495 Wildlife Trust 460 W 34th St 17th Fl New York, NY emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics with partners in 35 countries to help people grow 10001 (212)380-4460We empower local conservation and natural disasters in over 70 countries. food, improve health, strengthen communities, end scientists worldwide to protect nature and safeguard www.doctorswithoutborders.org conflict, build livelihoods and recover from disasters. ecosystem and human health. 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New York, NY 10004 (212)425-2205By supporting Global Impact www.engenderhealth..org grassroots, community-based organizations, we help Arab and African communities develop their own 8 African Medical and Research Foundation Inc 3011 Episcopal Relief and Development 815 Second Ave New solutions to conflict, poverty, health, environmental (AMREF) 4 W 43rd St 2nd Fl New York, NY 10036 York, CA 10017 (800)334-7626International relief and change and illiteracy. www.neareast.org (212)768-2440Since 1957, has improved health for Africans development agency of the Episcopal Church/US. 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(ANERA) 1522 jobs. www.charity.org opportunities, promoting social progress, K St NW Ste 202 Washington, DC 20005 (202)347-2558We strengthening civil society, responding to disasters create opportunities in education, health and relief services, 401 Health Volunteers Overseas 1900 L St NW Ste 310 and humanitarian crises. www.padf.org and job creation programs for people in the West Bank, Gaza, Washington, DC 20036 (202)296-0928Trains, mentors and Lebanon and Jordan. www.anera.org provides critical professional support to more than 2600 1510 PCI-Media Impact, Inc. 777 United Nations healthcare providers who care for the neediest populations in over Plz 5th Fl New York, NY 10017 (212)687-3366We 66 American Refugee Committee American Refugee 25 countries. www.hvousa.org use the power of storytelling and the reach of Committee, International430 Oak Grove St Ste 204 broadcast media to improve people's health, promote Minneapolis, MN 55403 (612)607-6485International relief 404 Helen Keller International, Inc. 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We are a global, save lives by delivering donated medicines, medical supplies Ave Kensington, MD 20895 (240)290-0263Saves sight nonprofit, humanitarian organization without and humanitarian aid to people in need around the world and worldwide. Programs to control vitamin A deficiency, "river political or religious affiliation. www.planusa.org the US. www.americares.org blindness," trachoma and cataracts. Provides local health worker training, technology transfer, eye surgery, equipment, medicine. 706 Planned Parenthood Federation of America, 222 Children International 2000 E Red Bridge Rd Kansas www.iefusa.org Inc. Planned Parenthood Federation of America - City, MO 64131 (816)942-2000Nonprofit, humanitarian International434 W 33rd St New York, NY 10001 organization providing program benefits and services 441 International Medical Corps IMC1919 Santa Monica Blvd (800)829-7732Supports sexual and reproductive including medical care, educational assistance and material Ste 400 Santa Monica, CA 904041957 (310)826-7800Global health programs in the developing world, in aid to poverty-stricken children and families in eleven humanitarian organization saving lives and building self-reliance partnership with local nongovernmental countries. www.children.org by providing vital medical care for women and children; training organizations, that promote women's reproductive healthcare professionals; rebuilding clinics; and improving health, freedom and dignity. 248 Christian Children's Fund Inc. 2821 Emerywood water/sanitation. www.imcworldwide.org www.plannedparenthood.org Pkwy Richmond, VA 23294 (804)756-2783Helping deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity 1397 International Orthodox Christian Charities, Inc. 110 2223 Program for Appropriate Technology in to become young adults and leaders who bring lasting and West Rd Ste 360 Baltimore, MD 21204 (410)243-9820Provides Health PATH1455 NW Leary Wy Seattle, WA positive change in their communities. humanitarian and development assistance to people in Africa, 98107 (206)285-3500Poor communities have the www.christianchildrensfund.org Asia, Europe and the Middle East who have been devastated by right to safer chlidbirth, live-saving vaccines, and man-made and natural disasters. www.iocc.org lives free from AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria. 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Inc. Disabled Children, Adults & Seniors: 41 American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association Lives Enhanced by FODAC4900 Lewis Rd Stone 804 Save the Children Federation, Inc. 54 Wilton Rd Autoimmune Diseases Association22100 Gratiot Ave East Mountain, GA 300831104 (770)491-9014We exist to Westport, CT 06880 (203)221-4000We are a leading Detroit, MI 480212227 (586)776-3900Autoimmunity causes enhance the quality of life for people of all ages who independent organization creating lasting change for children lupus, arthritis, vasculitis, MS, fibromyalgia, Graves’ and 100+ are mobility-impaired from any type of injury, illness in need in the US and around the world. other diseases. 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Polk Hall CB 7622 Raleigh, NC 276957622 (919)515- distributes and informs the public about information www.unicefusa.org 5679Awards grants to students conducting cellular, molecular and for the treatment and prevention of heart disease. genetic research on aging and age related illnesses such as Distributes medical supplies and equipment to 1402 Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Inc. 689 Alzheimer's, Diabetes and Cancer. hospitals and clinics. www.heart-research.org Massachusetts Ave Cambridge, MA 02145 (617)868- www.agingresearchfoundation.org 6600We defend human rights and civil liberties and promote 407 Hepatitis Foundation International (HFI) 504 environmental and economic justice with grassroots partners 64 American Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation 2530 San Pablo Blick Dr Silver Spring, MD 20904 (301)622- woldwide while engaging our members to serve as citizen- Ave Ste J Berkeley, CA 94702 (510)841-3032Secondhand smoke 4200We provide education, training and support activists. www.uusc.org and smoking cause asthma, many cancers, and heart disease. programs for the public, patient educators and Smoke-free environments and youth smoking prevention medical professionals about diagnosis, treatment and 902 United Seamen's Service, Inc. 635 Fourth Ave Ground programs save lives. 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KQNC & KXSR7055 Folsom Blvd Sacramento, CA 95826 promoting traditional jazz music and sponsor www.baymca.org (916)278-8979Broadcasts news and information, classical, jazz activities developing young jazz musicians. and blues music on 90.9 KXJZ and 88.9 KXPR; presents arts www.sacjazz.com reviews, community features and archives, streaming at Los Angeles Brotherhood www.capradio.org www.capradio.org 2924 Raices Dance Academy 6520 44th St Ste 308 Sacramento, CA 95823 (916)428-3320Promotes Crusade 283 Crocker Art Museum Association Crocker Art Museum913 Mexican cultural dance by offering instruction to 20th St Sacramento, CA 95811 (916)808-5059The leading arts children and adults throughout California; promotes 243 Chinese Committee on Aging Los Angeles 200 E institution in the Sacramento Valley serving as the primary self-esteem, multiculturalism and higher education to Slauson Ave Los Angeles, CA 90011 (213)680-9739Main resource for the study and appreciation of fine art for children and school children all year. raicesdemitierra.com purpose of providing needful services to the non-English adults. www.crockerartmuseum.org speaking Asian elderly people of the community who were 2067 Roseville Arts! 405 Vernon St Ste 100 unable the cope with their daily problems. 2695 Diamano Coura West African Dance Company Diamano Roseville, CA 95678 (916)783-4117Enriching lives Coura913 20th St Sacramento, CA 95811 (510)733- by providing arts awareness through exposure to 495 Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade 200 E Slauson Ave 1033Programs include, Arts-In-Education- a participatory works of emerging and established artists, cultural Los Angeles, CA 90011 (323)846-1649We are a community integration of academia and the arts; Apprenticeship - a vehicle to tours, seminars, workshops and educational based organization, that for over 40 years has provided recruit artists; and Creative Partnership promotes cultural literacy. programs for all ages. www.rosevillearts.org financial and supportive services to families and grassroots www.diamanocoura.org organizations in our community. 754 Sacramento Area Dance Alliance SADAPO www.brotherhoodcrusade.org 319 El Dorado Arts Council P O Box 2400 Placerville, CA Box 2126 Fair Oaks, CA 95628 (916)212- 95667 (530)295-3496Serves as an umbrella organization for 7364Supports dance education by offering 620 Mothers In Action, Inc. (MIA) 200 E Slauson Ave Los artists, arts organizations and schools, dedicated to bringing the workshops and awarding cash scholarships to assist Angeles, CA 90011 (323)846-1645Dedicated to the future of arts to El Dorado county's residents and young students. dancers. We also produce the "SADA Showcase" to our children and quality of life in our community. 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St Sacramento, CA 95811 (530)885-5670Provides diverse funds to enhance the services of all the county branch libraries www.sacramentochoral.com services in communities and schools such as after-school arts, and facilities and to focus attention on the needs of the library. youth arts apprenticeships, free and accessible programs for www.eldoradolibrary.org/friends 2277 Sacramento Heritage Festival, Inc. PO Box people of all ages and abilities. www.placerarts.org 660245 Sacramento, CA 95866 (916)481- 411 Hmong Cultural Arts Crafts Teaching & Museum 2583Presents family-oriented, multi-genre music 1680 Arts for the Schools PO Box 866 Truckee, CA 96160 Projects PO Box 162894 Sacramento, CA 95816 (916)532- festival featuring blues, jazz, gospel, zydeco and (530)582-8278Provide opportunities to participate in the arts 3401Provides arts education and cross-cultural programs, alternative music. Proceeds benefit local school which will enhance early learning and foster a lifelong emphasizing Hmong cultural arts. Programming is family music programs. www.sacheritagefest.com appreciation of the creative arts. www.artsfortheschools.org oriented and intergenerational. 762 Sacramento Opera Association Sacramento 1481 Auburn Symphony PO Box 74 Auburn, CA 95604 2066 Imagination Theater Company PO Box 3303 Diamond Opera Company913 20th St Sacramento, CA 95816 (530)823-6683Orchestra provides quality classical music to Springs, CA 95619 (530)626-0039Our company provides (916)737-1000The region's only fully-professional the community through concerts, senior outreach and multiple opportunities for youth and adults to participate in producing opera company presenting three operas elementary education programs. 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Opportunity to be published in magazine American working mothers. www.aashf.org Tahoe, CA 96151 (530)542-3632We sponsor an annual brings pride, satisfaction and a small stipend. performing arts series in the schools (6,000 K-12th grade www.veteransvoices.org 1491 AIDS Care Fund PO Box 2300 Redlands, CA students) and community of South Lake Tahoe. 923730761 (909)793-2009Helping people living www.tahoeartsproject.org 2661 Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund Box 555193 Camp with HIV/AIDS survive the desolation, devastation, Pendleton, CA 92055 (760)725-3680We provide grants to injured loneliness and despair which accompany this disease. 564 Theatre for Children, Inc B Street Theatre2711 B St and critically ill Marines, Sailors and their families to help with Counseling, support groups, financial aid, literature, Sacramento, CA 95816 (916)443-5391We promote costs associated with hospitalization, recovery and transition. toll-free hotline. www.aidscarefund.org education, literacy, cultural enrichment and social interaction www.semperfifund.org by bringing theatre to 300,000 children, adults and families 1072 AIDS Research Alliance of America 1400 S annually. www.bstreettheatre.org 2606 Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund W 46th St & 12th Ave 1 Grand Ave Ste 701 Los Angeles, CA 90015 Intrepid Sq New York, NY 10036 (646)381-5110Supports (310)358-2423Our innovative research helped 886 Tower of Youth World Interdependence Fund913 20th military personnel severely injured in Iraq and Afghanistan and develop 50% of all HIV/AIDs medications. 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Alliance Defense 721 Very Special Arts California VSA Arts of America's Military, Veterans, their families and surviviors; bring Fund15100 N 90th St Scottsdale, AZ 85260 California4660 Natomas Blvd Ste 120-225 Sacramento, CA pastoral care to combat-wounded now returned home. www.mca- (480)444-0020A legal alliance defending the right to 95835 (916)277-6747Provides education, career training and usa.org hear and speak the Truth in the areas of religious support in the arts to children and adults with disabilities in liberty, family values and sactity of life. order to improve their skills and enrich their lives. 2004 Military Officers Association of America Scholarship www.telladf.org www.vsasacramento.org Fund 201 N Washington St Alexandria, VA 223142539 (703)549-2311Exists solely to provide scholarships and interest- 2266 Alpha One Foundation, Inc. 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America 1100 Larkspur Landing Cir Ste 340 Larkspur, CA www.alphaone.org 883 Yuba Sutter Regional Arts Council 913 20th St 94939 (800)626-6526Help us keep America strong, safe, and free Sacramento, CA 95811 (530)742-2787To enrich the quality and remember, honor, and keep faith with our veterans, with 1075 American Foundation for Suicide of life by providing arts, arts education, advocacy, assistance those who serve today, and their families. www.mvpsoa.org Prevention Suicide Prevention Foundation of and services to artists, organizations and residents of Yuba America120 Wall St 22nd Fl New York, NY 10005 and Sutter Counties. www.yubasutterarts.org 2598 Normandy Allies, Inc. 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We produce and distribute Christian material Sacramento, CA 95816 (916)454-5431A dynamic community- 2633 Flying Samaritans - Foothill Chapter PO videos, using American Sign Language, to families, school, based non-profit organization that specializes in education and Box 91634 Pasadena, CA 91109 (626)255- churches and prisons. wwwdeafvideo.com prevention programs, patient assistance services and provider 7341Doctors, dentists, nurses, translators, pilots and training for viral hepatitis and other infectious diseases. support personnel drive or fly private aircraft to 2862 Dedicated Men for Responsible Families 6114 www.eforhc.org support free medical clinics. www.flyingsamaritans- LaSalle Ave No 250 Oakland, CA 946112804 (510)638- foothill.org 6373Committed to helping to be viable in the twenty-first 2641 El Camino Homeless Organization (ECHO) PO Box century through; workshops, and training, enabling men to 2077 Atascadero, CA 93423 (805)238-9896We provide 2514 FORPAWS Spay and Neuter Clinic 5463 assume responsibility and leadership. www.DMFRF.com emergency shelter to homeless individuals along with meals, Sheridan Rd Sunol, CA 94586 (925)862- medical screening and care and case managment. 0301Reducing over population of dogs and feral cats 2845 Desert International Foundation Inc 1282 E www.echoshelter.org by offering at cost spaying and neutering. 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Shepherd Dogs. www.gsrnc.org and animal behavior advice. www.healdsburgshelter.org 359 Fresno's Chaffee Zoo Corporation Fresno Chaffee 2603 Girl Scouts of California's Central Coast PO Box 6220 Zoo894 W Belmont Ave Fresno, CA 93728 (559)498- Ventura, CA 93006 (800)822-2427We prepare girls, grades K-12, 1452 Healing Journeys PO Box 221417 5910Your gift provides on-going improvements to the Zoo, to be community leaders and to make wise decisions that will Sacramento, CA 95822 (916)391-0549Produces a so that visitors have a fun, unique and up-close experience guide them toward a positive future. www.girlscoutsccc.org free 2-day event for people touched by cancer or strengthening the bond between people and wildlife. other life-altering illnesses - "Cancer as a Turning www.fresnochaffeezoo.com 2786 Girl Scouts San Diego-Imperial Council Inc. 1231 Upas Point, from Surviving to Thriving." 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We return to owner www.garservices.org those that can be and find adopters for the others. 239 Help the Children Children's Network www.sbacc.org 1827 Gluten Intolerance Group of North America 31214 124th InternationalP O Box 911607 Los Angeles, CA Ave SE Auburn, WA 980923667 (253)833-6655Our mission is to 90091 (323)980-9870Provides food and 548 Friends of St. Francis Childcare Center Inc. 50 support persons with gluten intolerances, including celiac disease, humanitarian assistance to needy children across the Belcher St San Francisco, CA 94114 (415)861-1818Provides dermatitis herpetiformis, and other gluten sensitivities, in order to United States and around the world. best practice early education to children ages two to five live healthy lives. www.gluten.net www.helpthechildren.org along with family support, health screenings and parent education. www.fofsfchildcare.org 2564 GOALS For Women 3356 Adeline St Berkeley, CA 94703 2150 Helpline Adoption Pet Information Animal (510)985-2694We provide culturally sensitive mental health Rescue of Fresno (ARF)4545 E Dakota Ave Fresno, 2677 Friends of the Orphans 85 W Algonquin Rd Ste 395 counseling, mentoring, and empowerment services to program CA 93726 (559)241-6516We run solely by Arlington Heights, IL 60005 (847)690-1700Improving the participants and advocate for increased community access to volunteers. Dedicated to reducing the number of lives of orphaned, abondoned and disadvantaged children culturally competent mental health care.. homeless dogs. We operate a no-kill shelter that through support of the Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos network www.goalsforwomen.com houses dogs until they are adopted. www.arf- of orphanages in Latin America and the Caribbean. fresno.com www.friendsoftheorphans.org 1489 Golden Empire Council, Boy Scouts of America PO Box 13558 Sacramento, CA 958533558 (916)929-1417We provide 2657 Hemopet Pet Life-Line11330 Markon Dr 1595 Friends of the Sea Lion Inc Pacific Marine Mammal values-based character education programs to families in Garden Grove, CA 92841 (714)891-2022A full- Center20612 Laguna Canyon Rd Laguna Beach, CA 92651 California's heartland. Programs are for boys 6-20 and girls 14- service, holistic pet animal blood bank that provides (949)494-3050Our Center rehabilitates stranded marine 20. www.gec-bsa.org blood components and supplies for transfusions to mammals for release back into the wild and fosters a sense of veterinary clinics nationwide with its unique rescue- stewardship for the marine environment through education. 1846 Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation Inc 235 donor-adoption program. www.hemopet.org www.pacificmmc.org Pine St 6th Fl San Francisco, CA 94104 (415)982-9474We fulfill magical wishes for children with life - threatening illnesses in 17 1616 Hinds Hospice 1616 W Shaw Ste A-5 Fresno, 3004 Friends Outside Friends Outside National Bay area counties to enrich the human experience with hope, CA 93711 (559)320-0308Our mission is to uphold Organization2389 W March Ln No 210 Stockton, CA 95207 strength, and joy. www.makewish.org the dignity and ease the suffering of the terminally ill (209)955-0701Provide programs, services and advocacy for while supporting their caregivers and those in children and families of incarcerated individual. Provide 383 Greater Yosemite Council Boy Scouts of America 4031 mourning. www.hindshospice.org programs and services for confined persons during Technology Dr Modesto, CA 95356 (209)545-6320Youth incarceration and transition to freedom. program for boys ages 7-20 (girls 13-20) designed to instill 1973 Historical Society and Museum for the CA www.friendsoutside.org character, high morals, leadership traits, citizenship and mental Dept of Forestry & Fire Protection 3800 Sierra and physical fitness. www.yosemitescouting.org Wy San Bernardino, CA 92405 (909)421-1135The 1349 Friends Outside in Los Angeles County 464 E Walnut Museum's mission is preserving the history of the St Pasadena, CA 91101 (626)795-7653Crime deterrent 1998 Guide Dogs for the Blind, Inc. 350 Los Ranchitos Rd San CDFFP for the benefit and education of its organization provides services to children and families of Rafael, CA 94903 (800)295-4050Enhances the independence and employees and the people of the State of California. inmates, inmates and released inmates and reduces the mobility of people with visual impairments by providing specially www.CDFMuseum.org unintended results of incarceration in our communities. trained guide dogs at no cost to the blind individual. www.friendsoutsidela.org www.guidedogs.com 2834 Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation Inc 6935 Wisconsin Ave Bethesda, MD 2912 Friends Outside in Sonoma County PO Box 3905 2807 H Faye Lawson Foundation, The Lawson Learning 20815 (301)951-9400HCEF provides finanicial and Santa Rosa, CA 95402 (707)526-7318To reduce recidivsm by Program1242 Josephine St Berkeley, CA 94703 (510)524- spiritual support for the indigenous Holy Land providing re-entry support to inmates and assistance to 8566Promote academic, personal enrichment, college Christians in the areas of education, job creation, inmates' families, teaching inmates conflict resolution skills, participation class, tutoring, counseling, computer training, basic medical and emergency relief and housing. helping inmates maintain healthy family relationships. computer programming, test preparation, after-school, leadership www.hcef.org www.friendsoutsidesonoma.org skills, responsible lifestyles, mentorship, and life skills. 2678 Home of Hope, Inc. HoH, Inc.190 Tobin Clark 1407 FTB Child Care Center The Poppy Patch Child Care 2822 Haitian Health Foundation, Inc. 97 Sherman St Norwich, Dr Hillsborough, CA 94010 (650)520-3204Reaching CenterPO Box 276443 Sacramento, CA 95827 (916)845- CT 06360 (860)886-4357Too many of our Haitian neighbors are out to orphaned or otherwise destitude children, so 4949We are committed to fostering children's social, suffering from a debilitating lack of food and healthcare. Your they may grow to be well balanced, productive, self- emotional, and cognitive needs in order to build self- support will literally help to save their lives. sustaining members of society. www.HOHinc.org confidence for a productive future. www.poppypatch.org www.haitianhealthfoundation.org 414 Horses for Healing Therapeutic Riding 2770 Future Leaders Now, Inc. P O Box 580-099 Elk 390 Happy Tails Pet Sanctuary 6001 Folsom Blvd Sacramento, Center PO Box 1136 Meadow Vista, CA 95722 Grove, CA 95758 (214)924-0177To motivate, train and CA 958161994 (916)556-1155Rescues abandoned, abused and (530)887-9573Enhancing the quality of life for those inform children of the importance of developing high self homeless companion animals in the Sacramento area and finds with need through therapeutic horsemanship. esteem, leadership skills, great education and a health and them safe, loving permanant homes. All volunteer, no kill and www.horsesforhealing.org fitness program. www.futureleadersnow.com cage free. www.happytails.org 418 Hospice of Humboldt, Inc. 2010 Myrtle Ave 2568 Garden of Angels Inc P O Box 1776 Yucaipa, CA 392 Harriett Buhai Center for Family Law 3250 Wilshire Blvd Eureka, CA 95501 (707)445-8443Provides in-home 92399 (909)797-8599We provide educational services in Ste 710 Los Angeles, CA 90010 (213)388-7505We provide free medical, emotional and spiritual support to help the regards to the Safe Surrender for Newborns law. 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PO Box 1930 Cupertino, CA 94608 (866)728-3473We CA 95448 (707)431-3386Our programs include: surrender and 6660We alleviate homelessness through our are a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to adoption of unwanted pets, impound and redemption of lost pets, innovative programs that create a place to call home 31 for low-income families, seniors, and individuals with special 2843 Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action (IMACA) 1339 Lifewater, Inc. 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Hyde St No 628 San Francisco, CA 94109 (415)771- Food, clothing, and human services for the United States and 449 Japanese American Services of the East Bay, Inc. 7957We are a non-profit volunteer-based Abroad. Food, clothing distribution in Los Angeles, United (JASEB) 2126 Channing Wy Berkeley, CA 94704 (510)848- organization committed to relieving isolation among States. www.helpthechildren.org 3560With a range of culturally competent services, we promote the elderly. 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SPCA LA5026 W community beautification and educational presentations to CA 90016 (323)965-7536We provide specialized early education Jefferson Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90016 (323)730- lead and educate the community to conserve and enhance the and after-school care programs for disabled and disadvantaged 5300Provide for the well-being of animals who are environment. www.ilacsd.org children, and counseling to parents and families. abandoned, injured, subjected to unfair or cruel www.thejeffreyfoundation.com treatment, and provide community services and 1564 Immaculate Heart Community 5515 Franklin Ave humane education programs. www.spcala.com Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323)466-2157Foster access of all 2555 Jimmy Chen Fund 106 Hopfield Rd Folsom, CA 95630 persons to truth, dignity and full human development. 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Washington, DC 20036 (202)887-8992We support CA 949543619 (707)762-7702Provides drug/alcohol www.fragilex.org marine conservation through expert education and awareness programs in schools without cost, also in advice for donors, philanthropic tools, and financial communities. Catalyst for red ribbon week. All volunteer 2792 National Indian Justice Center Inc 5250 Aero Dr Santa support and mentoring of groups working in the organization. Rosa, CA 95403 (707)579-5507Designs and conducts legal field. www.oceanfdn education, research and technical assistance programs which seek 2512 Meals on Wheels Family and Community Services of to improve the administration of tribal justice systems, victim's 1978 Okizu Foundation 16 Digital Dr Novato, CA Contra Costa Meals on Wheels by Senior Outreach assistance, and social services. 94949 (415)382-9083We provide summer camp and Services1300 Civic Dr Walnut Creek, CA 94596 (925)937- peer support programs for children with cancer and 8311We deliver meals to frail, homebound seniors. We help 2769 National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Southern California their families, serving approximately 2,000 people seniors continue to live at home, reducing their risk of Chapter Fresno Regional Office690 E Bullard Ave No 103 annually. www.okizu.org institutionalization, while maintaining their independence. Fresno, CA 93710 (559)439-2154We address the challenges of www.mowsos.org each person affected by MS by providing health and wellness 2155 Orangutan Conservancy PO Box 968 Clark, programs, continuum-of-care services, and supporting MS CO 80428 (970)879-9113Dedicated to the 609 Meals On Wheels of San Francisco, Inc. 1375 Fairfax research. www.nationalmssociety.org/cal conservation of orangutans and their habitat. We Ave San Francisco, CA 94124 (415)920-1111We provide and support projects in Indonesia and Malaysia that deliver nutritious meals necessary to prevent the 653 National Partnership for Women & Families 1875 protect both wild and rehabilitated orangutans. inappropriate or premature institutionalization of elderly Connecticut Ave NW Ste 650 Washington, DC 20009 (202)986- www.orangutan.com homebound residents of San Francisco. www.mowsf.org 2600Fighting since 1971 to eliminate workplace discrimination, secure critical family protections like the Family and Medical 1727 Orphan Foundation of America 21351 1454 Meals on Wheels West 1823 A Michigan Ave Santa Leave Act, and ensure access to affordable healthcare. Gentry Dr Ste 130 Sterling, VA 20166 (571)203- Monica, CA 90404 (310)394-5133Volunteer driven www.nationalpartnership.org 0270At age 18 most orphans are on their own. We organization providing home-delivered meals to all persons and volunteers provide moral and financial support who cannot provide for themselves, regardless of age, 1332 National Prostate Cancer Coalition Fund, Inc. ZERO - to parentless teens pursuing college and vocational promoting self-reliance and wellness. Project to end Prostate Cancer10 G St NE Ste 601 Washington, training. www.orphan.org www.mealsonwheelswest.org DC 20003 (202)303-3105Provides comprehensive education, conducts free screening, increases research funds from the federal 2908 Outreach International 129 W Lexington 616 Mission Hospice of San Mateo County 1900 O'Farrell government to find new treatments and funds reasearch for a Independence, MO 64050 (816)833-0883We help St Ste 200 San Mateo, CA 94403 (650)554-1000Provides better test. www.zerocancerr.org people overcome the effects of poverty and develop support for terminally-ill patients and their families, a 13- the capacity to create a sustainable future for month bereavement program, and community education 953 NatureBridge 28 Geary St San Francisco, CA 94108 themselves and their communities. www.outreach- about end-of-life issues. www.missionhospice.org (415)992-4700Private non-profit providing educational international.org experiences in national parks which inspire a personal connection 1892 Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana de to the natural world and responsible actions to sustain it. 2590 OWIN Foundation Inc PO Box 3343 San Jose, Inc. (MACLA) 510 S 1st St San Jose, CA 95113 wwwnaturebridge.org Torrance, CA 90510 (310)325-0009Providing food, (408)287-7174Contemporary arts space grounded in clothing, education, health and dwellings to poor Chicano/Latino experience incubates new visual, literary, 1721 Navigators, The Shoulder to ShoulderPO Box 6000 widows and orphans in rural Africa, especially in amd performance art in order to engage people in civic Colorado Springs, CO 809346000 (916)285-5422We mentor and Nigeria - These are victims of abuse and neglect. dialogue and community transformation. www.maclaarte..org tutor at-risk fatherless young men from the 7th grade through high www.owinfoundation.org school graduation and provide care for their single mothers. 152 NAMI California 1010 Hurley Wy Ste 195 Sacramento, 683 Oyate 2702 Mathews St Berkeley, CA 94702 CA 95825 (916)567-0163Provides support, information and 2808 Ndebele Art Project 1835 Newport Blvd No A109-150 (510)848-6700Empowers Native children by education for families of seriously mentally ill individuals; Costa Mesa, CA 92627 (877)627-2777Provide assistance with providing culturally relevant books and materials; referrals to family support groups, mental health treatment, healthcare, education, and conservation, promote self-reliance, and educates parents, teachers and community housing and other agencies. www.namicalifornia.org and preserve the indigenous art form in the Jabulani Village in members in combating biases in textbooks and Zimbabwe, Africa. www.napafrica.org curricula. www.oyate.org 2228 National Children's Advocacy Center, Inc. 210 Pratt Ave Huntsville, AL 35801 (256)327-3780To model, 2869 Necessities Bag Sacramento, Inc PO Box 160201 1772 Pacific Justice Institute PO Box 276600 promote, and deliver excellence in child abuse, response and Sacramento, CA 95816 (860)214-9972Provide totes of wound Sacramento, CA 95827 (916)857-6900Our goal is to prevention through service, education and leadership. care and essential items to mascectomy patients in greater protect and empower churches, families and www.nationalcac.org Sacramento. www.necessitiesbag.org individuals to claim and utilize their religious freedoms, parental rights and other civil liberties. 1473 National Council of Jewish Women/Los Angeles 543 664 New Conservatory New Conservatory Theatre Center25 www.pacificjustice.org N Fairfax Ave Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323)651- Van Ness Ave LL San Francisco, CA 94102 (415)861- 2930Improving the quality of life for women and their 4914Providing health and wellness educational theatre tours for 2239 Pacific Rim Heritage Foundation PO Box families through community service, advocacy, education, California youth, performing arts training for youth and adults, 292160 Sacramento, CA 958292160 (916)421- and research; always striving to ensure individual rights and and cutting-edge professional gay theatre. www.nctcsf.org 8664Build a Filipino Cultural Center to provide freedoms. www.ncjwla.org social services: i.e., after-school program, library 665 Nike Animal Rescue Foundation 5463 Sheridan Rd Sunol, with Philippine history, arts and music. Computer 1859 National Council of La Raza 1126 16th St NW CA 94586 (925)862-0301Volunteers rescue mistreated and stray room for public use. www.fcsv.org Washington, DC 20036 (202)776-1560We fight pets. Medical attention is given and new homes are found. discrimination, reduce poverty, and create opportunities for Financial resources are also available for spaying and neutering. 2558 Pacific Siamese Rescue P O Box 20086 Castro Hispanic Americans. 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To provide equal consumer access to affordable Middlefield Rd Ste M1 Palo Alto, CA 94303 financial services through America's credit unions. 3026 Northeast Community Clinic Northeast Community (650)856-3848A premier training orchestra for string www.ncuf.coop Clinics2550 W Main St Ste 301 Alhambra, CA 91801 (626)457- musicians, of high school age or younger, consisting 6920We provide comprehensive and quality health care to the of five levels, specializing uniquely in the small 513 National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF) 870 poor and uninsured residents of LA County, regardless of their ensemble experience. www.pacomusic.org Market St Ste 1113 San Francisco, CA 94102 (415)392- ability to pay. www.neccmed.org 7291We help save American films that won't survive without 2164 Pandas International PO Box 620335 public support . Since 1997, we've assisted organizations 1190 NRA Foundation, Inc., The 11250 Waples Mill Rd Littleton, CO 80162 (303)933-2365Dedicated to across 46 states preserve films and make them available. Fairfax, VA 22030 (703)267-1570Supports eligible programs saving the giant panda. With 1,600 left, we must www.filmpreservation.org within the NRA, law enforcement and other community-based increase this number. 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International) PO Box 900 Woodland Hills, have lost a loved one through violence. 704 Pets Unlimited, Inc. 2343 Fillmore St San Francisco, CA CA 91365 (818)992-0500Theatrevision, television www.pomc.org/sacramento 94115 (415)568-3049Providing shelter, adoption and medical shows, information hotlines and education end care for homeless and abandoned animals and community isolation. 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Francisco and Alameda Counties. www.openhand.org 760 Sacramento Judo Club 2875 Fruitridge Rd Sacramento, CA 95820 (916)452-5836Since 1935, 1916 People and Resources Together Foundation 729 Quail Ridge Wilderness Conservancy 25344 County Rd 95 we have been dedicated to providing physical Sacramento Region Retired and Senior Volunteer Davis, CA 95616 (530)758-1387Dedicated to wilderness education and training to develop leadership, Program3727 Marconi Ave Sacramento, CA 95821 (916)875- preservation, promoting biological diversity, native habitat citizenship and support amateur athletes in 3664Senior volunteers assist low-income, frail and isolated research, and education about environmental stewardship. traditional Kodokan Judo. elderly people to remain living in their own homes by Membership open to all. Interpretive walk/boat tours available. providing companionship and transportation to needed www.quailridge.org 763 Sacramento Pets in Need, Inc. 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