17971 Sky Park Circle, Irvine, CA 92614
Charity: High Hopes Head Injury Program
Contact: 949.8722.2234 // firstname.lastname@example.org
The High Hopes Head Injury Program was started in 1975, as a result of tough hard work and need of several families. This one-of-a-kind non-profit charitable organization was dedicated to the rehabilitation and retraining of their loved ones who had been devastated by traumatic head injuries.
High Hopes provides a unique and successful Day treatment program. At High Hopes, skills thought lost forever are regained. High Hopes’ goal is to provide the best and lowest cost program to as many who need help as possible.
Chartreuse Home Furnishings
3938 Cerritos Ave, Los Alamitos, CA 90820
Charity: Pathways to Independence
Contact: 562.493.5899 // email@example.com
In 1997, Pathways to Independence was struggling financially, and ready to close it’s doors. Along came a small group of can-do women who formed “Friends of Pathways” (FOP) to raise money for Pathways to Independence (PTI). We started with a bang, hosting a progressive dinner party in Park Estates in October of 1997. The generosity of that first group of guests enabled 12 students to begin their journey on the path to Independence. We have grown from a gathering of a handful of Friends to a committee of over 40; with over 500 guests in attendance each year. 2013 was a banner year for our Fundraising event – over $450,000 was raised at our “Oktoberfest in the Park”event. Our Friends of Pathways committee remains strong, however we are always looking for new friends to join our group. In addition to the joy of “giving back”, we also benefit from enduring friendships formed while working alongside other women who are equally committed and big hearted. We welcome any questions you may have and look forward to having you as a friend.
270 EAST 17TH STREET #15, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Charity: Someone Cares Kitchen
Contact: 949.515.2335 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mission is simple: To feed a daily nutritional meal to the homeless, the unemployed, the working poor, the mentally challenged, the physically challenged, the senior citizens and most important of all – the children. We provide this meal to our guests in a friendly, non-threatening atmosphere.
We believe that no one should go to bed hungry, on the street or otherwise. The Soup Kitchen provides a nutritional and tasteful meal to the less fortunate in our community. A meal that we would be proud to serve to our family at home. A well-balanced meal, made fresh daily, consisting of vegetable soup, lettuce and fruit salads, hearty and filling side dishes, breads and muffins, desert, milk and water.
11632 Barrington Ct., Los Angeles, CA 90049
Charity: Rover To The Rescue
Contact: 310.476.7176 // email@example.com
Over 100 dogs are put to sleep in overcrowded Los Angeles area animal shelters every day. Many of these homeless dogs have been abandoned, abused or neglected, without ever knowing the love of a caring human being.
Rover Rescue is a non-profit organization founded in 2001 to save as many homeless dogs as we can and place them in permanent and loving homes. We know that somewhere nearby a person or family yearns for one of these special dogs.
1323 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Charity: AHA! The Academy of Healing Arts for Teens
Contact: 805.962.6909 // firstname.lastname@example.org
The Academy of Healing Arts for Teens is an after school program of music, performance and the creative arts. In this safe environment, teens are encouraged to develop their creative potential in a supportive setting with their peers. Each year the teens perform for the community, learning confidence through their own talents.
Maker & Moss
364 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
Charity: Friends of the San Francisco Public Library
Contact: 415.928.1287 // email@example.com
Friends of the San Francisco Public Library is a member-supported nonprofit organization that advocates, fundraises, and provides critical support for the San Francisco Public Library and related literary and educational programs that benefit thousands of people in San Francisco every year and ensure a first-class public library for San Francisco.
The Friends is made up of hundreds of committed, caring individuals who share a common vision of a superior free public library accessible by all.
McKee & Company
984 Avocado Ave, Newport Beach, CA 92660
Charity: O.C. Human Trafficking Taskforce
Contact: 949.706.8600 // firstname.lastname@example.org
The Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force (OCHTTF) is not a single agency, but a “virtual” organizational structure, officially and unofficially, holding multiple agencies and fields together aligned with a common purpose. In order to adequately handle the complex nature of human trafficking crimes and the wide range of victims including both foreign and U.S. nationals, the task force was formed in Orange County in 2004 to help address various concerns from enforcing laws to taking on a victim-centered approach
603 Broadway, Chico, CA 95928
Charity: Boys and Girls Club of the North Valley
Contact: 530.895.1038 // email@example.com
Boys & Girls Clubs of the North Valley (BGCNV) is a private 501c3 non-profit organization formed in 1995 to provide comprehensive youth development services, activities and programs for youth in the northstate region. It is governed by a local board of volunteer directors, staffed by over 70 youth development professionals and supported by over 300 community volunteers. The Boys & Girls Club currently serves nearly 2,000 youth and operates 9 sites, throughout Butte County, where members, ages 6 to 18, can access quality programs and services after school.
4529 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
Charity: Project Night Night
Contact: 415.552.6208 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Night Night donates over 25,000 Night Night Packages each year, free of charge, to homeless children who need our childhood essentials to feel secure, cozy, ready to learn, and significant. Each Night Night Package contains a new security blanket, an age-appropriate children’s book, and a stuffed animal — all nestled inside of a new canvas tote bag. By providing objects of reliable comfort, Project Night Night reduces trauma and advances the emotional and cognitive well-being of the children we serve.
OldTown Furniture Co.
110 Fourth Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
Charity: Jeffrey Andrews You Caring
Contact: 707.575.8287 // email@example.com
Jeffrey was paralyzed in a skiing accident on 3/15/14. His father is a friend of ours. This charity is to help raise money for his medical expenses.
808 G Street, Arcata CA 95521
Charity: Home Humboldt Community Breast Health Project
Contact: 707.822.2250 // firstname.lastname@example.org
The Humboldt Community Breast Health Project is a grassroots community resource for those facing breast or gynecologic cancer concerns. We promote healthy survivorship through information, hope, and healing support, while encouraging each person to become their own best medical advocate. We advocate within our community to address breast and gynecologic cancer concerns responsibly and holistically.
We are cancer survivors and support persons healing through service and bearing witness to others.
Slater’s Home Furnishings
1605 J. St., Modesto, CA 95354
Charity: Hope Haven West
Contact: 209.522.9097 // email@example.com
This charity uses 100% of all funds to procure, refurbish, and distribute wheelchairs to third world countries, in conjunction with Rotary Intl. Most chairs are distributed in the Americas and most are used by children. Without this help, these people have no access to needed wheelchairs. This charity is the brainchild of a local businessman, and to date has distributed thousands of chairs to those in need.
Sonoma Country Antiques
23999 Arnold Dr, Sonoma, CA 95476
Charity: Alzheimer’s Association Northbay
Contact: 707.938.8315 // firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alzheimer’s Association helps fight Alzheimer’s disease through vital research and educational programs, a 24/7 helpline and several support groups for those with the disease, caretakers, and family members.
8687 Melrose Ave Suite B517, West Hollywood, CA 90069
Charity: Doctors without Borders
Contact: 323.456.2127 // email@example.com
Doctors and Nurses travel to third world countries and give free medical to people that don’t have access to medical care or can’t afford it.
23811 Aliso Creek Road Suite 165, Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
Charity: Someone Cares Soup Kitchen and The Artists Fund at the Festival of Arts
Contact: 949.360.8301 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Someone Cares Soup Kitchen’s mission is simple: To feed a daily nutritional meal to the homeless, the unemployed, the working poor, the mentally challenged, the physically challenged, the senior citizens and most important of all – the children. We provide this meal to our guests in a friendly, non-threatening atmosphere.
The Artists Fund at the Festival of Arts in Laguna Beach, California, provides financial aid to artists suffering economic hardship due to medical necessity or debilitating circumstances.
101 Henry Adams Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
Charity: SPCA SF
Contact: 415.621.6260 // Kneubert@witford.com
The SF SPCA has become one of San Francisco’s most enduring and respected institutions. It is a national leader in saving homeless cats and dogs and working to end animal abandonment.