All Animal Rescue & Friends rescues at-risk animals and places them in foster homes to prepare them for adoption. In addition, they provide medical attention and care as well as providing education on responsible pet ownership and the importance of spaying/neutering.
Learn more about All Animal Rescue & Friends at aarflove.org.
Bay Area Women’s Sports Initiative (BAWSI) brings the power of sport to the most vulnerable children in our communities. Their programs focus on proven factors that build resilience in children living with adversity.
Learn more about BAWSI at bawsi.org.
Cancer CAREpoint is dedicated to transforming support for cancer patients and survivors, their families, and caregivers in Silicon Valley through personalized, one-on-one Counseling, Assistance, Resources, and Education.
Learn more about Cancer CAREpoint at cancercarepoint.org.
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County changes lives for good. They help people of all cultures and beliefs rise up out of poverty and overcome the barriers to self-sufficiency and wellness. Each year, they serve more than 40,000 people in need.
Learn more about Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County at www.catholiccharitiesscc.org.
Children’s Health Council (CHC) is a renowned nonprofit organization that provides comprehensive and integrated care for youth mental health and learning differences. CHC’s team of skilled professionals, including psychologists, therapists, medical experts, and educators offer expert assessments, individualized therapy, specialized education programs and evidence-based interventions that support the whole child and promote mental health and well-being. For 70+ years CHC has played a vital role in ensuring that every child, teen and young adult has the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential.
Learn more about Children's Health Council at chconline.org.
Community Health Awareness Council offers a range of comprehensive services and programs that address various mental health challenges for a wide range of ages. Their services reflect the value of each individual, the importance of family, and the necessity of community.
Learn more about Community Health Awareness Council at chacmv.org.
Domestic Violence Intervention Collaborative work creatively and collaboratively with systems and agencies in Santa Clara County, supporting development of best practices, promoting adult and child safety, and supporting worthwhile endeavors that heighten awareness of domestic violence.
Learn more about them at dvintervention.org.
FreeWorld aims to end generational poverty and recidivism by getting formerly incarcerated people into high-wage jobs to thrive on their own terms. By matching those with criminal histories with the resources and community needed to survive, FreeWorld trains their graduates as truck drivers to secure a dependable career for themselves and their families.
Learn more about FreeWorld at FreeWorld.org.
Heart of the Valley, Services For Seniors, Inc. is an all volunteer organization lending a helping hand to seniors 65 years or older in our community. Their services are door- through-door and include escorted transportation, handyman work, light yard work, help with house projects, paperwork, shopping, errands, friendly visits, computer assistance, and more!
Learn more about Heart of the Valley, Services For Seniors, Inc. at ServicesForSeniors.org.
Help One Child strengthens families impacted by foster care and adoption. The organization seeks to raise awareness about the needs of foster children and promote community involvement in supporting them.
Learn more about Help One Child at helponechild.org
Humane Society Silicon Valley is a shelter that is like no other shelter in the country. Not only is it an amazing place for animals, it’s an amazing place for people. At Humane Society Silicon Valley they are building a more compassionate community by saving homeless pets and helping pet owners in need.
Learn more about Humane Society Silicon Valley at HSSV.ORG
The Kyle J. Taylor Foundation is in honor of Kyle Taylor who passed away in 2018
at the age of 18 from Sudden Cardiac Arrest. The Foundation brings awareness of Sudden Cardiac Arrest in youth, the steps to prevent it and how to respond to it. They do that by providing youth heart screenings, donating AED machines, and CPR/AED training. In addition, the Foundation provides youth sports scholarships to families who could not otherwise afford sports.
Learn more about Kyle J. Taylor Foundation at kylejtaylor.org.
Next Door Solutions’ goal is to end domestic violence at the individual and community level by increasing options for safety and self-sufficiency for the survivor and family, and by addressing the trauma and well-being of youth and families in order to break the cycle of violence that will help create healthier and safer communities.
Learn more about them at nextdoorsolutions.org.
No Time To Waste meets with restaurants, grocers, hospitals, caterers, hotels, and businesses to recover their surplus food and essential goods. They deliver the donated goods to their charitable outreach partners in Silicon Valley.
Learn more about No Time To Waste at www.notimetowaste.live.
Operation Care and Comfort strives to make a positive difference in the lives of veterans and their families by showing them kindness, empathy, and understanding. Their nationally recognized programs include sending care packages to deployed service members, providing tickets to entertainment and sporting events, and offering emergency financial assistance to veterans in need.
Learn more about Operation Care and Comfort at occ-usa.org.
Pivotal is focused on creating better life outcomes for foster youth in Silicon Valley through impact-generating models that focus on the high school and college-aged years.
Learn more about Pivotal at pivotalnow.org.
Positive Alternative Recreation Teambuilding Impact Program’s goal is to create a seamless network of services that address academic needs, positive social connection to peers and caring adults, concern for personal and physical health, removal of barriers to employment, character development, service to community, and involvement and inclusion with higher education/vocation institutions.
Learn more about PARTI at partiprogram.com.
Reading Partners is a national nonprofit that mobilizes communities to provide students with the proven, individualized reading support they need to read at grade level by fourth grade. In Silicon Valley Reading Partners has been successfully providing volunteer-led, one-on-one literacy tutoring to students K-5.
Learn more about Reading Partners Silicon Valley at readingpartners.org/location/silicon-valley.
Sacred Heart Nativity School seeks to lay the foundation for young students to succeed in college prep high school programs, in college, and beyond. The schools provide a Catholic education for students of low-income families with priority given to those of the Sacred Heart Parish community. Upon graduation, students have learned the skills and values necessary to lead meaningful lives with purpose and integrity.
Learn more about Sacred Heart Nativity School at shnativity.org.
The School of Arts and Culture at Mexican Heritage Plaza is dedicated to celebrating and promoting all the cultures, traditions, and identities that make San Jose so unique. The School offers inclusive programs, events, and exhibitions that showcase the vibrant cultural heritage of the region in addition to serving as a hub for cultural exchange and a place to engage with diverse audiences.
Learn more about School of Arts and Culture at Mexican Heritage Plaza at schoolofartsandculture.org.
Sunday Friends helps underserved families obtain the basic necessities to survive and acquire the life skills to thrive. They provide programs to build life skills on financial stability, career readiness, personal advocacy and education. By fostering positive childhood development and elevating hope that through initiative and hard work, they believe everyone has the opportunity to succeed.
To learn more about Sunday Friends, please visit SundayFriends.org.
Sunnyvale Education Foundation facilitates community support for an enriched, high quality education at all schools in the district. They support a wide variety of academic and enrichment initiatives across all district schools through corporate donations, community partnerships, fundraising events, and public outreach.
Learn more about them at sunnyvaleeducationfoundation.org.
The Northern California Innocence Project helps wrongfully convicted people prove their innocence and regain their freedom. As part of the broader Innocence Network, NCIP is dedicated to exonerating the innocent and reforming the criminal legal system. Each success story is a testament to the organization’s unwavering commitment to restoring the lives and dignity of those who have suffered the injustices of wrongful incarceration.
Learn more about The Northern California Innocence Project at ncip.org.
Via Rehabilitative Services is a private, independent non-profit whose mission is to empower people with disabilities and their families to grow, develop, and thrive by providing essential skill-building, therapeutic, and recreational programs.
To learn more about Via Rehabilitative Services, please visit viaservices.org.