Current Projects

a list of some of our current projects

 

KACODE

KACODE

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KACODE is committed to addressing and alleviating the negative effects of the HIV/AIDS pandemic which has brought about a lot of suffering, dehumanization, poverty and misery among communities in Uganda. KACODE is currently running HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support programs with a wide range of activities ranging from public awareness campaigns, training for at risk youths, education support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs), and economic empowerment of widows/caregivers living with HIV/AIDS.

Climate Disobedience Center

Climate Disobedience Center

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 The purpose of the Center is to serve as a catalyst for direct action, creating points of vivid moral clarity, emboldening both climate activists and the unlikeliest of allies, to capture the heart and soul of the climate debate.

Girls on Fire Leaders

Girls on Fire Leaders

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Girls On Fire show up in villages all over Kenya and work alongside girls and women tribal leaders.  We listen, learn and collaborate on community solutions, while leaving a lasting legacy. We do this all with the full engagement of our hearts, our creativity and our intellect.

Blue Heart

Blue Heart

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Blue Heart elevates the stories and solutions of communities on the frontlines of today’s most entrenched social challenges. We find the under-the-radar organizations who are doing transformational work on the ground and help bridge the funding gap.

CODE WRITE DRAW

CODE WRITE DRAW

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CODE WRITE DRAW provides transformational out-of-school-time learning experiences for middle school students by building tangible STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) skills in a motivational learning environment. Our unique approach integrates coding, creative writing, and the digital arts to engage students in a personal journey that fosters self-efficacy, and positions them for long-term success inside and outside the classroom.

Be Creative University

Be Creative University

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Be Creative University utilizes creativity and advanced technology to develop educational tools, digital resources, and community programs to help students succeed.

K. Patricia Cross Academy

K. Patricia Cross Academy

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The K. Patricia Cross Academy is an investment in the future of higher education dedicated to supporting faculty (particularly new, junior, and adjunct college teachers) by offering free instructional videos and downloadable resources that clearly outline how to: 1) implement high-impact, evidence-based teaching techniques that improve students’ learning; and 2) document student learning in ways that provide the information teachers need to improve their teaching as well as assist them in their efforts for hiring, tenure, and promotion.

Track & Share

Track & Share

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Track & Share helps nonprofits achieve operational excellence and greater funding by tracking and sharing performance metrics. 

Give With Lily

Give With Lily

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Give With Lily supports foster kids, homeless youth and the hungry in the San Francisco Bay Area. Created by Lily Lee when she was 6, Give With Lily raises donations and Lily negotiates big discounts with suppliers to purchase needed food clothing and gifts for those who don’t have much. In 2018 GiveWithLily donated 4000 gifts and articles of clothing for foster kids and homeless youth as well as 8 tons of rice to the food bank. Now 13 years old in 2019, Lily’s goal is to increase those donations to 5000 gifts and articles of clothing and 20 tons of rice.

Songs for Good

Songs for Good

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The mission of Songs for Good is to amplify pro-democracy and youth-led civic engagement movements through music. In 2020 we are running the 2020 Challenge, a songwriting competition to crowdsource a new soundtrack for democracy.
The Joy of Consent (TJOC)

The Joy of Consent (TJOC)

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The Joy of Consent (TJOC) promotes a new global cultural paradigm for sexuality, consent, and clear communication.  TJOC teaches mutual respect, transparency, and self-awareness as being essential aspects of healthy relationships and interpersonal effectiveness. TJOC recognizes, welcomes, and embraces the diverse spectrum of people regardless of their lifestyle, ethnicity, spiritual beliefs, abilities, or sexual identity.
Nice Queer Pals

Nice Queer Pals

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Nice Queer Pals is a grassroots, volunteer-led nonprofit project providing social support, wellness resources, and education for queer women, non-binary folks, and transgender individuals. We hold monthly socials, provide engaging online discussions, train people in leadership and professional skills, bring in guest speakers to educate the greater community on the breadth of LGBTQ+ identities and issues, host a Discord server with daily engagement, movie nights, and provide a positive space for folks to be themselves.
SF Disability Business Alliance

SF Disability Business Alliance

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The San Francisco Disability Business Alliance supports the attainment of economic self-sufficiency for individuals with disabilities through entrepreneurship and business ownership. The SFDBA offers business development support and advising existing disability owned businesses, nurtures emerging entrepreneurs with disabilities through educational forums and mentoring, and helps business owners accelerate growth by galvanizing procurement connections to major corporations, government agencies, and consumers. Through the SFDBA, entrepreneurs and business owners with disabilities have increased the opportunity to develop and grow their businesses in the San Francisco Bay Area while becoming part of a powerful community of fellow disability-owned business leaders. Above all, the SFDBA works to ensure that individuals with disabilities have an equal and inclusive opportunity to make their mark in the business world AND that the Bay Area benefits fully from the expertise, diversity, and innovation these businesses and individuals have to offer.
Pattie Gonia Wilderness Expedition with NOLS

Pattie Gonia Wilderness Expedition with NOLS

We offer fully scholarshipped affinity group expeditions to build leadership and outdoor skills for  people who identify as LGBTQ2IA+. Our intention is to give LGBTQIA+ individuals from marginalized socio-economic groups and with an interest in the outdoors and environmental advocacy a safe space and opportunity to experience a backcountry expedition while learning leadership skills that they can utilize in their own lives – in advocating for themselves as LGBTQ2IA+ individuals and in advocating for people and planet. Our scholarships cover course fees, travel expenses and gear and are led by LGBTQIA+ identifying course leaders.

The Platform of Hope

The Platform of Hope

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The Platform of Hope is a pilot program based in Ward 1, Washington, DC that works with cohorts of families of color facing economic vulnerability. The Platform of Hope supports families in identifying and pursuing holistic goals across housing, employment, finances, health, education and more, all while intentionally connecting families to one another in order to build connection and community. Founded by an alliance of nonprofits in the Greater Adams Morgan community, POH seeks to disrupt the displacement of families from gentrified communities and amplify family voices to create equitable, systemic change.

Dayenu

Dayenu

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The climate crisis is the defining challenge of our lifetimes. Confronting it demands all of us working together to reimagine and build a different kind of world — one that is just, equitable, and livable for all, for generations to come. Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action is building a dynamic movement of American Jews confronting the climate crisis with spiritual audacity and bold political action. We mobilize Jewish support for climate solutions, build our collective power with national and global movements, and raise up a spiritual, religious, and moral voice. Dayenu engages individuals, communities, and institutions and works in partnership with Jewish, multi-faith, and secular organizations. Rooted in Jewish values, experience, and spirit, Dayenu empowers a multi-generational, national movement that is advancing systemic change and confronting the climate crisis at the scale that science and justice demand. 

Boundless Early Education

Boundless Early Education

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Boundless Early Education (BEE) engages and equips families, schools, and educators with tools to nurture the development of their youngest Black learners to thrive in and out of the classroom. BEE provides accessible and innovative culturally responsive early learning resources and programming. We believe high quality culturally responsive early learning is the path toward a brighter and more equitable future for all.

Hubs & Routes

Hubs & Routes

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We provide readiness maps for the Mendocino Coast and train people in their use. The coastline of Mendocino County has multiple small villages on land masses that easily become isolated when disasters break bridges or block roads. Our maps help people make their way from one such “Island” to another, find the best route out of each tsunami high-risk zone, and locate resources that have been offered by neighbors. We help Island communities to thrive even when ambulances and delivery trucks can’t get through.

Integrated Schools

Integrated Schools

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Integrated Schools is growing a grassroots movement of, by and for parents and caregivers who are intentionally, joyfully, and humbly enrolling our children in integrating schools.

By providing a network of support and a range of resources (podcast, book club, caregiver connections, etc.), Integrated Schools helps parents and caregivers with racial and economic privilege:

  • Enroll their children in integrating schools with the aim of thoughtful/intentional desegregation.
  • Drive new narratives around parenting, race and education that center on anti-racism and educational inequity.
  • Advocate for educational justice at the school, community, state and national levels.
Sweet Beginnings Diaper Bank

Sweet Beginnings Diaper Bank

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Sweet Beginnings Diaper Bank in Contra Costa County has been serving women and children with clean dry diapers and period supplies for 12 years.

Diaper Need – the lack of clean dry diapers affects one in two families. We provide 40 emergency diapers and a pack of wipes every thirty days to those who need a hand up. We also provide potty training kits and we have a cloth diaper program. The emergency diapers help reduce Dr visits, emergency room visits, parents having to take off work and girls from staying home from class. Children can attend preschool which leads to a higher percentage of children going to college.

Storytime Friends

Storytime Friends

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Storytime Friends brings the joy of storytelling and the power of community to children in hospitals and care-giving facilities through a diverse read-aloud series that includes conversations with picture book creators. We also provide free copies of our featured books to kids.

We believe in the value of authentic human connection. We believe this happens by creating a sense of friendship and community through sharing books. We support the emotional safety of patients by helping to reduce stress and lift spirits. We center books that feature diversity and highlight social justice themes.

Turnout Nation

Turnout Nation

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Turnout Nation is a network of engaged American voters interested in increasing turnout among their personal network. We use a method that makes mobilizing other people simple and successful. Volunteer “captains” choose ten voters to get to the polls. We provide all the information they need to keep those friends informed, equipped, and empowered. Reliable information plus the power of social accountability makes it work. Join us! 
Pathway to Prevention

Pathway to Prevention

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Pathway to Prevention’s mission is to educate parents and schools to prevent teen substance use and abuse. Many parents and school administrators want to actively prevent teen drug and alcohol misuse, but they don’t know where to begin. Pathway to Prevention puts prevention principles to work. We offer schools and parents simple, evidence-based resources that can help reduce the risks of teen drug or alcohol use or abuse.
Footwork

Footwork

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It brings together public and private partners to support prevention and treatment of podoconiosis. Footwork encourages integration of podoconiosis control into efforts to eliminate other Neglected Tropical Diseases, and works with those active in other related diseases of the foot.

Abe Farag Family Foundation

Abe Farag Family Foundation

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The Abe Farag Family Foundation’s mission is to encourage and fund education and innovation projects

B.A.Y. Peace

B.A.Y. Peace

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BAYPeace supports and empowers Bay Area youth to transform militarism and other forms of violence through youth organizing and artistic resistance. We offer a holistic youth leadership program that integrates vocational development, artistic expression, socio-political education, community organizing, healing and personal transformation.

Eamon Cannon Comedy Project

Eamon Cannon Comedy Project

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An innovative program using stand-up comedy to instill pride, confidence, and skills in young people from the inner city.

South Bay Philharmonic

South Bay Philharmonic

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We are musicians who come together to rehearse and perform orchestral music. We’re unique among “community orchestras” because we accept players with a wide range of skill levels, from perhaps “high-school level” to near “professional.” If you play an instrument and you like classical music, you’re welcome to talk to us about joining!

Fearless Collective

Fearless Collective

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We create alternative, people-led narratives that engage personal histories, cultural and political realities and tell stories of universal resilience through visual campaigning, workshops and affirmative storytelling techniques..

Launch Pad Santa Cruz

Launch Pad Santa Cruz

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Providing free books for low income families, foster kids or homeless youth in Santa Cruz County. Launch Pad collects children’s books from a variety of sources such as but are definitely not limited to, families that have outgrown them, teachers that are retiring, libraries that are overstocked and authors that want to make a contribution.

Smile Design Gallery

Smile Design Gallery

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Smile Design Gallery merges art with the mission of providing dental treatment for people who need care. The gallery believes social enterprise can move the great masses of humanity forward, and with a passion for art, its founders have tapped the “art market” to do just that.

Sidewalk Talk

Sidewalk Talk

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We quite simply take two chairs, one for us and one for you, out on city streets sit down and offer to listen to anyone about anything.

Kavod

Kavod

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Kavod is an entirely volunteer-led Jewish community of young adults committed to transformative social justice organizing and meaningful Jewish spiritual practice. Driven by our Jewish values and our local partnerships in Boston, we pursue justice through strategic, multifaceted organizing and actions: educating ourselves and our communities; mobilizing people, resources, money, and votes; and direct service work.
Project LPAC

Project LPAC

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Project LPAC’s mission is to study, compile, and empirical research about LGBTQ women as a political community, with a particular focus on those who are economically disadvantaged, transgender, and/or of color.
Conquering Gyrate Atrophy

Conquering Gyrate Atrophy

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Our daughter has gyrate atrophy. We are encouraged by the rapid pace of research in gene therapy and stem cell replacement. We started Conquering Gyrate Atrophy to weave together a community focused on finding a cure. This community includes patients, families and loved ones affected by the disease. This community also includes researchers working on a wide range of topics relevant to gyrate atrophy. We fund research, support collaboration, and share learning and to accelerate research and treatment for gyrate atrophy.
Dykes With Drills

Dykes With Drills

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When queer women create space, everyone is included. Dykes With Drills is a non-profit that empowers folx to foster leadership and confidence through working with their hands. We believe that by using tools and participating in volunteer building projects, we have the power to construct communities of diversity and inclusion. Our community of builders includes people of all sexualities and genders, including those who are non-conforming, transgender, and allies. 
Homies Empowerment

Homies Empowerment

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Homies Empowerment, based out of East Oakland, CA, exists to welcome home resilient youth impacted by systemic oppression. We do so with revolutionary love, wraparound holistic resources, and academic support as they further develop the scholar, warrior, healer and hustler within, towards individual and community emancipation and self-determination. Homies values ground and serve as the roots that provide our collective strength while guiding how we engage with each other and our journey towards emancipation by honoring Revolutionary Love, Identity, Self-Determination, and Work.
Pennsylvania Parks Fund

Pennsylvania Parks Fund

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The Pennsylvania Parks Fund is a nonpartisan group of individuals looking to improve all national, state, county, city, borough, and township parks throughout Pennsylvania. We believe our parks enrich the lives of every Pennsylvania resident. These beautiful pieces of land must be preserved for not only our generation but many generations yet to come. We work closely with individuals, families, and businesses alike, collecting as many donations as possible to provide as many grants to parks as we possibly can. Through our program, donors will help us decide each spring which parks throughout PA will receive a grant.

Legacy of Excellence Academy (LEA)

Legacy of Excellence Academy (LEA)

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Based in Rwanda, an African nation whose resolve has enabled it to overcome its tragic past, Legacy of Excellence Academy (LEA) is an independent, tech-integrated, Christian school that delivers an accessible educational experience to local and international students in secondary grades 7-12. Founded in 2021, primarily in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a global phenomenon that greatly re-emphasized our society’s need for technological agility, LEA stands on the belief that while principles should remain the same, methods can (and should) change, accordingly. While there is still value in traditional, in-person learning, it has become a way, no longer the way. Customized for the present time and for the future, LEA’s intentional design seeks to eliminate money and distance as barriers that prevent children from receiving what should be a universal right: access to a multi-faceted, high-quality education.

New Leaf Tree Professionals

New Leaf Tree Professionals

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New Leaf Tree Professionals empowers young people impacted by the carceral system to pursue careers in conservation work. Program participants learn valuable skills in land and water resource management that will prepare them for careers in conservation and climate resilience. We make job training programs accessible and inclusive by supplementing stipends to ensure a living wage, connecting participants to wrap around social services, and building safe community through cohort recruitment. Our program creates an accessible path to high-wage careers that breaks the cycle of recidivism while contributing to the essential work of mitigating climate change impact. The communities most victimized by the carceral system are also disproportionately vulnerable to climate change related disasters.  Our work invests in the future leaders of environmental justice movements, centering their communities in crucial decisions and investments.

Essential Skills Program

Essential Skills Program

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The Essential Skills Program seeks to build an empowered, future-ready workforce by providing essential skills training for postsecondary and adult learners, job-seekers, and employees.  We envision an empowered, educated, workforce where economic mobility is possible for everyone.

Global Warriors ~ PoweredbyLove

Global Warriors ~ PoweredbyLove

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Since Russia’s invasion in February 2022, Ukrainians have endured displacement, uncertainty, and the brutalities of war. Widespread trauma is a reality for the 5.5 million people who have fled, as well as, the 7.7 million people displaced within Ukraine. Stress and anxiety rates are sky high for men, women, and children as the war rages on.

Global Warriors PoweredbyLove seeks to circumvent this trauma before it becomes debilitating. We offer training and resources to release, reset & restore the nervous system to optimal functioning amidst the chaos & uncertainty of this brutal war.

Training sessions are held in Ukraine and nearby countries with Refugees, YL Staff & Leaders, Teens, Chaplains, Military Leaders, Church Leaders, and Babushkas.

#WhyWeGiveProject

#WhyWeGiveProject

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Our goal is to make volunteerism more impactful in our local communities. We do that by: Creating CARE hygiene kits filled with essential hygiene items for those in need. The kits are assembled at our volunteer ‘pop up’ station events and given to those in need throughout the city of Los Angeles.  In order to change critical social issues that impact our communities, #WhyWeGiveproject seeks to spark an individual’s desire to accelerate social change in their community ONE act of kindness at a time.

PeoplesHub

PeoplesHub

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PeoplesHub is aimed at supporting you to build effective and supportive community groups, to build your skills for making change, and support you in building your confidence, because we really are the ones we’ve been waiting for.

 
Permaculture Action Network

Permaculture Action Network

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Permaculture Action Network works at the intersection of art, music, and regenerative culture.  We offer people a pathway to take action locally where they live to create empowered communities.  By connecting educators, community organizers, grassroots projects, and performance artists, we mobilize diverse audiences to build a regenerative and just world while pushing community and ecological justice to the center of society’s cultural narrative.

Techtonica

Techtonica

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Techtonica offers women and non-binary adults with low incomes free tech training with laptops, living and childcare stipends, and job placement with partner companies dedicated to building more diverse and inclusive tech teams.

The Nephrotic Syndrome Foundation

The Nephrotic Syndrome Foundation

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The Nephrotic Syndrome Foundation is a non-profit organization supporting those diagnosed with Nephrotic Syndrome, their families and the ongoing search for a cure. Nephrotic Syndrome is a serious and rare auto-immune disease that attacks the kidneys causing them to shut down. There is no known cause or cure. Treatments are extremely limited and consist primarily of steroids, cancer, and transplant medications. Many patients are children who spend a major part of their life in and out of the hospital, trying to find a treatment that keeps them in remission while managing the side effects.

Salted Roots

Salted Roots

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Our mission is to cultivate a surf culture rooted in collective power, equity, love, and reverence for the Earth. We do this by deepening community well-being, amplifying a narrative of abundance, increasing access to the ocean, and centering the intuitive knowledge of girls, women, and gender expansive people of color.

 

ClimateMusic Project

ClimateMusic Project

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The ClimateMusic Project’s mission is to create and perform science-guided music to awaken, educate, and inspire a broad and diverse audience to engage actively on the issue of climate change.

Fair Budget Coalition

Fair Budget Coalition

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Since our founding in 1994, the Fair Budget Coalition (FBC) has brought together human and legal services providers, community members directly impacted by poverty, professional advocates, faith organizations, and concerned D.C. residents to advocate for a District budget and public policies that address poverty and human needs. Now comprised of over 60 member organizations, we were born out of the value that everyone stands to benefit when organizations working to alleviate poverty come together to promote a shared agenda.

Culvee

Culvee

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Culvee is a fundraising platform that raises money for college education. By bringing verified students directly to the donors, Culvee is able to connect citizen philanthropists to contribute and invest in the future of these bright students. Culvee evaluates and selects students not just based on academic achievements and financial backgrounds but also on their desire and drive to succeed.

African Human Rights Coalition

African Human Rights Coalition

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The African Human Rights Coalition (AHRC) works with LGBTI communities and individuals in African countries seeking to claim and defend their human rights. We provide advocacy, resources and direct services to advance this mission in the U.S.A and in African countries.

DNNC Steps To Success

DNNC Steps To Success

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DNNC Steps To Success was started in 2000 and formalized in December 2016. DNNC Steps to Success (STS) works in partnership with Delane’s Nail Care to empower and nurture the growth and development of underserved woman by introducing participants to social skills, vocational training, and mentorship to affect a positive change in both their lives and that of their children.

Our experience has proven that well-resourced and empowered single mothers can become more effective parents that can change the trajectory of their children’s lives – for the better. By assisting single mothers, we are focusing on prevention rather than only taking reactionary measures. Our program participants are living proof that capable parents can lead to the prevention of homelessness, poverty, poor health, and crime. To fulfill our mission of helping more women to help themselves and their families, we need your support. 

Catalyze SV

Catalyze SV

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Catalyze SV’s mission to engage community members, developers and city leaders to envision and create sustainable, equitable and vibrant places for people in Silicon Valley.  We seek to accomplish two main goals:
  1. A collaborative, inclusive & productive community engagement process for development
  2. Positively influence projects aligned with our values and ensure they are built
BioIntegrity

BioIntegrity

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BioIntegrity promotes globally strategic environmentalism and biospheric restoration as first order priority solutions to the climate crisis our world currently faces. Our educational and events-based efforts, so far, have helped fund protection of more than 250,000 acres of Earth’s most biodiverse, bio-productive ecosystems. We network with nonprofit partners to help fund protection of the ecosystems whose biointegrity is fundamental to maintaining temperate climate, temperate weather, and biosphereic productivity. The solutions we promote are also helping to empower 100s of indigenous communities with legal title to their homelands and community-based, regenerative development.
Marsha P. Johnson Institute (MPJI)

Marsha P. Johnson Institute (MPJI)

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The Marsha P. Johnson Institute (MPJI) protects and defends the human rights of BLACK transgender people. We do this by organizing, advocating, creating an intentional community to heal, developing transformative leadership, and promoting our collective power.

Community Collaborations International

Community Collaborations International

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CC International puts volunteers to work where they are needed most and provides them with the support they need to get the job done!

Action Africa

Action Africa

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The Action Africa Giving Circle is a group of compassionate, like-minded women who engage in collective philanthropy and grantmaking to fund social impact projects on the African continent that serve vulnerable women, children and families. Our members understand that by pooling our resources and making strategic decisions together we can achieve greater impact than we can by giving individually.
Making Housing and Community Happen

Making Housing and Community Happen

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MHCH equips congregations, community
leaders, and neighbors throughout LA County and the nation with practical tools needed
to transform their communities, to end homelessness, and to stabilize the cost of
housing through education, advocacy, organizing, and advisement. We organize
monthly Housing Justice Forums, and One-Day Housing Justice Institutes. Four of our
seven teams are Safe Parking, Congregational land, Community Land Trust and N. Fair Oaks Empowerment an initiative to transform a neglected corner of Pasadena. Our professional advisors help congregations to envision and plan affordable housing on their underutilized land.
Santa Cruz County Friends of the Rail & Trail

Santa Cruz County Friends of the Rail & Trail

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Founded in 2002, Santa Cruz County Friends of the Rail & Trail is an all volunteer 501c3 organization that advocates for transforming the 32-mile Coastal Rail Corridor into a trail and rail transit system that increases choice, reduces environmental impact, and supports a vital economy. Together, we work to raise awareness and catalyze our community by:

  • Encouraging residents to express their opinions to decision-makers in writing and in person
  • Educating the public, agency staff and elected officials
  • Partnering with other local and regional nonprofits
Finding Roots & Wings

Finding Roots & Wings

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Finding Roots & Wings is a social organization devoted to developing international collaborations with displaced women as they rebuild their lives. Utilizing the healing nature of storytelling, we are dedicated to encouraging a sense of community beyond language and cultural barriers.

CorpWatch

CorpWatch

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CorpWatch works to promote environmental, social and human rights at the local, national and global levels by holding multinational corporations accountable for their actions. We employ investigative research and journalism to provide critical information on corporate malfeasance and profiteering around the world to foster a more informed public and an effective democracy.

The Collaboratory for Black Feminist Health and Healing

The Collaboratory for Black Feminist Health and Healing

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The Collaboratory for Black Feminist Health & Healing brings together scholars, artists, and organizers who engage in Black Feminist theory to develop transformative praxes toward liberatory health. Through a broad range of scholarly and creative activities grounded by community wisdom, we endeavor to inspire, support, and amplify health research and practice guided by Black Feminist Theory.

Friends of the San Quentin Library

Friends of the San Quentin Library

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The Friends of the San Quentin Library works to support prison libraries to better serve their patrons. We do this by fundraising to buy resources for the library so that they can have a current and relevant collection beyond what their annual book order from the state provides. In addition to books, we also help with furniture and equipment needs, and host events such as the bi-annual Kids Bookfair for Incarcerated Parents which allows incarcerated family to send books to their loved ones. In the future, we hope to help other California prisons through the connection we have at San Quentin and through prison librarians. Public libraries have Friends of the Library organizations that support them; prison libraries need this support too!

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