We are honored to partner with many different community organizations that are working to address the basic needs of families with young children.
A community-based organization creating cross-cultural health connections between consumers and providers. Its mission is to promote the well-being and health of all people in Merced County through the provision of education, support services, and advocacy, which are founded in respect for language, culture and health equity.
A Safe Place is an Oakland-based emergency shelter that provides services for families and individuals who experience domestic violence and homelessness in Alameda County.
A housing provider that works in Alameda, Santa Clara, San Mateo and Santa Cruz counties. Using a Housing First model, it provides emergency shelter, crisis supports, subsidized housing, and wraparound services to help people remain stably housed and live as independently as possible. Each year, it serves 4,400 people, including 1,200 children...
A regional food bank serving 1 in 5 Alameda County residents through 240 partner agencies. In 2016, it was awarded Food Bank of the Year by Feeding America.
A nonprofit that provides advocacy, financial support, and leadership for Alameda County's public libraries. The library system has 10 branches.
An agency in the City of Alameda that provides a range of services to over 2,300 individuals each year. It offers Head Start, Early Head Start, and other family support services that serve 330 children ages 0-5.
A regional association of community health centers that work together and support the involvement of local communities in achieving comprehensive, accessible health care and improved outcomes for everyone in Alameda County. Its clinics serve nearly 200,000 patients each year.
A supportive housing provider with a community of over 130 families. It places a special focus on its youngest residents through the Children & Youth Services program.
Three family resource centers that are part of the Alisal School District of Salinas. They work to help families empower themselves to be healthy and self sufficient through case management; parenting and life skills classes; immigration and housing support; referrals; and other community responsive services.
The only domestic violence service provider in Merced County. It provides comprehensive services for survivors, including emergency and transitional shelter. It serves over 450 individuals annually.
A youth-focused nonprofit that offers after school and school-linked services, including an early childhood education center in East Oakland that will serve 61 children.
The largest provider of services for domestic violence and human trafficking victims from the Asian community. Its Asian Women's Home is an emergency shelter where victims stay to heal and plan for their futures. Its Community Clinic in San Jose provides culturally-sensitive, linguistically-appropriate health care and integrated behavioral...
A community clinic providing health, social, and advocacy services for all regardless of income, insurance status, immigration status, language, or culture. It provides care to more than 27,000 patients in over 12 Asian languages as well as in English.
A legal and civil rights organization that serves low-income Asian Pacific American communities that focuses on housing rights, immigrants’ rights, workers' rights, civil rights, and criminal justice reform.
A community-based, social justice organization that provides legal services and community education and outreach in the Greater Bay Area. Its Youth Advisory Council is a peer-to-peer education program that works to prevent gender-based violence and sexual assault.
A membership organization of resident households at Park Village apartment complex that promotes a safe, positive environment and economic independence. It serves more than 1000 low-income residents by providing affordable housing and culturally responsive outreach and services for health care access, nutrition education, benefits assistance,...
A federally qualified health clinic providing high quality health care to low-income residents of Pleasanton and Livermore. The clinic offers primary care, reproductive health services, pediatric care, mental health care, WIC services, and addiction counseling. Axis serves over 12,000 patients a year, 20% of whom are children ages 0-5.
A nonprofit child care resource and referral agency serving over 1700 households in Northern Alameda County. It offers workshops, classes, and support groups for parents and caregivers, and helps connect families with all types of child care options, from babysitters and nannies to preschools and family child care centers. It offers services...
A short-term residential care facility that provides supportive services to families who are in stress or crisis by offering free and temporary 24-hour residential care for children ages 0-11. Each year, it serves over 250 children, two-thirds of whom are ages 0-5.
The only full-time Latino nonprofit in Berkeley providing bilingual (Spanish-English) childcare and education to children ages 2-10 years of age. It operates two childcare centers that serve 175 children.
The largest legal services provider in Alameda and Contra Costa counties serving over 21,000 clients each year. It provides clients with free legal advice, referrals, and representation with over 40% of the practice devoted to housing preservation and homelessness prevention.
Bay Area Regional Health Inequities Initiative (BARHII) is a coalition of the Bay Area’s eleven public health departments, founded to improve family and community health and address the decade long differences in life expectancy that exist by race, income, and neighborhood.
A Richmond-based nonprofit that provides emergency food and shelter and transitional housing with support services to individuals and families. It serves nearly 600 clients, including 127 children, annually.
The sole entry point for homeless services in the city of Berkeley. It provides emergency food and shelter, transitional housing, permanent housing, and housing placement with support services to homeless individuals and families. It serves as a coordinated access point for over 2,000 clients each year.
A community-centered network of food sourcing and distribution that aims to alleviate the problems of hunger and poor nutrition in Berkeley. The organization hosts convenings, provides trainings, and coordinates donated food deliveries for member organizations.
A nonprofit providing services to more than 5,000 children, youth, young adults and families, including over 300 children 0-5, in Santa Clara County through housing, education, counseling, and advocacy. It additionally reaches clients through Street Outreach and crisis line programs.
A nonprofit that operates homeless shelters and temporary and supportive housing units for clients in Alameda County. It also assists women and children affected by domestic violence with a safe house, crisis hotline, and case management services. It serves over 1,200 individuals each year.
A social justice nonprofit that provides emergency, transitional, and permanent supportive housing along with homelessness prevention services in Alameda County. It serves over 2,000 individuals each year.
A collaborative of families, faith leaders, community based organizations, local foundations, government officials, school representatives, and public health officials working to create sustainable and positive health outcomes in Southwest Merced and East Merced County. It seeks to reduce health disparities and improve community health overall...
A statewide membership organization of 43 food banks. It provides members with a range of programs, services, and resources to help end hunger in their communities. Among its many programs, it helps build food bank capacity, provides funding opportunities and food resources, and strengthens local advocacy efforts.
A membership organization of local child care resource and referral agencies. It works to expand and improve the supply and quality of family child care.
A statewide nonprofit with a mission of promoting, supporting, and improving the health and early development of children from the prenatal stage to five years of age by partnering with local First 5 agencies.
A statewide agency that supports the production and preservation of decent, safe, and low-cost housing for rural and low-income Californians by advocating for housing at all levels of government.
A statewide policy organization that dedicates its time, resources, and energy toward increasing low-income Californians' access to healthy food. Projects have focused on improving participation in CalFresh, National School Lunch Program, and Breakfast after the Bell, and supporting efforts to improve nutrition among children 0-5.
A constituent-based statewide immigrant rights organization working to promote and protect safety, health and public benefits, and integration programs for immigrants. The organization combines legislative and policy advocacy, strategic communications, organizing, and capacity building to pursue its mission.
A statewide membership organization of more than 1,200 clinics serving low-income Californians. It provides members with a range of training and technical assistance to ensure quality health care for patients and promotes policies to maintain high standards of care and funding.
A nonprofit legal service program created to help low-income families across rural California. It serves over 23,000 clients annually, with the majority of cases being related to housing and preventing homelessness.
A social justice organization providing advocacy, legal services and community outreach and education on issues affecting low-income and farm-worker rural residents of California, regardless of their immigration status. Their services cover a broad range of issues including housing advocacy, immigration law, labor law, worker safety, and sexual...
A membership organization formed by directors of local WIC agencies that supports best practices for the WIC program through advocacy, training, and publications. It partners with 84 local WIC agencies which serve over 1.3M women, infants, and children per month in California. This represents approximately 60% of infants born in California...
A nonprofit that provides Head Start and Early Head Start along with preschool and child care services to 425 children across 15 locations in Alameda County.
A social service agency that assists low-income individuals and families. Their Family Supportive Services program reaches over 3,600 individuals in 1,200 families annually and offers referrals, financial assistance, financial literacy services, and other wraparound supports.
Large social service provider that works to strengthen families and build economic self-sufficiency for the poor and vulnerable in the county. Each year it serves over 54,000 individuals.
A regional nonprofit that operates the largest family resource center in Merced County. It offers a food pantry, clothing, application assistance, and other support services.
A social service agency that offers a food bank, immigration services, application assistance, and other support services to individuals and families in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties.
A nonprofit that provides multiple services, including housing support and rental assistance. It serves approximately 1,700 individuals a year with housing assistance.
Immigration services nonprofit providing training to direct legal service organizations on topics ranging from the basics of immigration law to the nuances of representing clients in detention. Its network has grown to about 330 programs in 47 states and the District of Columbia. The network includes faith-based institutions, farmworker...
A nonprofit that trains farmworkers and low-income residents in Monterey and Santa Cruz counties to form and lead neighborhood-based housing and health committees so that residents can advocate for improved housing and health conditions.
A multi-service agency that provides immigration and citizenship services through its Immigration and Citizenship Program, primarily in Santa Clara County.
A legal services provider in the Central Valley that serves over 15,000 clients each year.
"An immigrant integration organization dedicated to ensuring full participation of immigrants in building strong, vibrant, inclusive communities. Its activities include: mobilizing and combining resources of allies to offer quality immigration and naturalization services; growing the capacity of members to serve and empower immigrant...
A multi-service agency that operates in Stanislaus, Merced, and Madera counties to provide families with a range of support services and workforce training. It serves over 14,000 individuals each year, including over 1,200 children ages 0-5.
A comprehensive legal services agency that protects and advances the rights of immigrant, low-income, and Latino communities through bilingual legal representation, education, and advocacy.
A volunteer-run nonprofit organization created to support the development of Chanticleer Park in the Live Oak community of Santa Cruz.
A unit of the Stanislaus County Office of Education. It oversees the county's resource and referral service as well as Early Head Start, Migrant Head Start, and Head Start programs. It serves over 8,000 young children each year.
A trusted resource for child care and preschool needs for parents living and working in San Mateo County. 4Cs supports the county’s 1,000 licensed child care providers and preschool programs, investing in professional development and improving program quality.
A membership organization focused on increasing early childhood food security and nutrition through protection and improvement of the federal Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
A nonprofit child care resource and referral agency serving over 4600 households in Alameda County. It offers child care subsidies, playgroups, provider training, and a food and diaper pantry.
A trusted resource for child care and preschool needs for parents living and working in San Mateo County. 4Cs supports the county’s 1,000 licensed child care providers and preschool programs by investing in professional development and improving program quality.
A nonprofit that operates four shelters providing 24-hour emergency shelter and childcare services to children from birth to 17 years of age. Shelters support over 1,800 children each year, providing a safe space during short-term episodes of family trauma and dislocation.
A statewide agency that provides children and families with a range of child care services and associated family supports at multiple locations, including the Oakland Family Resource Center. The Oakland FRC serves 500 families each year.
A core service agency whose Information and Referral Program provides food aid, housing, financial assistance, and referrals to individuals and families. Each year, it helps over 4,500 people.
A core services agency that provides support to families in and around Half Moon Bay and El Granada. It distributes food, provides emergency support, immigration services, and more to nearly 4,000 people each year.
A nonprofit child care resource and referral agency serving nearly 1400 households in Contra Costa County. It offers a wide range of free and low cost programs and services so parents can work and children are ready for success in school and life.
A national nonprofit that believes government can work for the people, by the people, in the 21st century. It organizes a network of people who build technology to further local governments' priorities of creating healthy, prosperous, and safe communities.
A foundation that houses the Fund for Inclusive California, a combination of pooled and aligned funding focused on grantmaking to regions that are experiencing rapid growth in development, accelerating community displacement, and where there is significant potential for local-statewide impact.
A multiservice safety net organization that runs a family resource center in Davenport and provides immigration and day worker support, rental and emergency financial assistance, and support to CalWorks participants. Its programs assist over 9,000 low-income people.
A multi-service human services agency that operates programs for children, families, and seniors in the areas of food and nutrition, childcare and child development, and information and referrals. It serves over 27,000 individuals annually.
A nonprofit family resource agency dedicated to strengthening children, families, and child care providers. It provides access to affordable, quality child care by connecting families and providers to a wide network of community partners, child focused resources, and financial assistance programs.
A consortium of clinics in Contra Costa and Solano counties dedicated to supporting the involvement of communities in developing a responsive health care system and articulating and advancing the role of community health centers.
An organization that provides clients with a range of safe and affordable financial products and services to improve financial stability, protect assets, and build wealth.
A regional food bank serving a rural community with high need where over 21% of residents live at or below the federal poverty level. It partners with seven agencies and directly distributes food to 4,500 people per month.
A community foundation working with donors and nonprofits to create a healthy, safe, vibrant Monterey County. It bridges fund holders and community needs, and provides expertise about local nonprofits working in the region.
A community foundation that invests, administers, and distributes funds through multiple grants to humanitarian, educational, and cultural organizations in the county.
A community foundation that brings together people, ideas, and resources to inspire philanthropy in Santa Cruz County. The foundation works to help charitable visions get established, improve the effectiveness of local nonprofits, and provide grants to local organizations and initiatives.
A large social service provider that works to strengthen families and build economic self-sufficiency for the poor and vulnerable in the county. Each year it serves over 54,000 individuals.
Monterey County's largest provider of transitional housing and emergency shelter beds. A number of its key programs, including two emergency shelter locations and two transitional housing sites, are open to families with children. They serve 534 people in their housing programs, half of which are children, and reach a total of 888 individuals...
The lead agency in Stanislaus County that provides housing and shelter services to nearly 3,000 individuals each year. It offers clients case management and referrals, emergency shelter, permanent supportive housing, rental assistance, and emergency hygiene, food, and clothing resources.
A legal service provider that specializes in housing, immigration, and civil litigation. Its Housing Program works to safeguard decent and affordable housing by working with clients to resolve specific housing problems, including eviction, habitability, and discrimination. It serves around 500 households annually, an estimated half of which...
A health care services provider for children, families, and individuals in San Joaquin, Solano and Yolo counties. Its 15 clinics offer high-quality, comprehensive, and culturally competent services in urban and rural settings.
The only provider of services to survivors of domestic violence in San Mateo County. In addition to numerous nonresidential services, it also runs emergency and transitional housing and offers wraparound services. It serves over 200 adults and children in its housing programs annually.
A safety net provider that offers a nutrition center, emergency financial assistance, and homelessness services. It supports approximately 6,500 residents, including many families.
A comprehensive human services nonprofit providing a broad spectrum of mental health and wellness services. Approximately 160 women and children are served annually in its 14-bed emergency shelter and many more are served through its outreach programs. It also runs a family justice center which connects families to a variety of services in the...
A county library system with over 25 locations that holds over 3,000 events for children ages 0-5, their caregivers, and their families.
A coalition of 15 congregations that provides permanent, affordable housing and support services to over 1,200 individuals each year, including nearly 300 families with children.
A core agency that serves Colma, Daly City, and Broadmoor. It connects families and individuals with shelter, food, clothing and more.
A nonprofit that provides an array of integrated services that help clients with child care, medical and dental services, housing support, food security, and family support. It serves over 9,000 clients each year in the San Leandro area.
An affordable family rental housing community in Seaside, California with 192 apartment units.
A multi-sector collaborative committed to executing the vision that was outlined in the Santa Clara County 2015-2020 Community Plan to End Homelessness: No one lives outside. It helps to coordinate the work of agencies and service providers resulting in better use of resources and services for those in need of housing and homelessness supports...
A dental health provider that offers affordable, high-quality dental care to people who need it the most. It serves 10,000 children and adults every year, providing oral health education, hygiene, and general dentistry.
A nonprofit that serves communities in Oakland, Hayward, and San Leandro. Its family resource centers connect families to public benefits and other supportive services. Its health and wellness center offers medical and dental services. These programs serve over 5,000 clients each year.
An Oakland-based nonprofit community development organization that builds healthy, vibrant, and safe neighborhoods in Oakland and the greater East Bay. It manages residential properties that house and provide services for over 2,200 individuals.
A community foundation that partners with community stakeholders to champion quality education for all students, fight for good jobs and livable wages, and invest in high-impact community programs. It invests in organizations with deep roots in community, incubates bold ideas with the goal of building powerful community voice, and advances...
A legal services agency that advances the rights of low-income individuals and families. Its housing practice focuses on eviction defense, subsidized housing, and housing discrimination.
A membership nonprofit that works within communities in Alameda and Contra Costa counties to preserve, protect, and expand affordable housing opportunities through education, advocacy, organizing, and coalition building. It has 500 members, including other nonprofits as well as developers, property owners, unions, local officials, and...
A grassroots nonprofit that provides an emergency housing facility, three transitional housing programs, and comprehensive support services. It serves over 800 individuals each year, including nearly 100 families with children ages 0-5.
A nonprofit that focuses on improving the health and the environmental impacts of urban residents. Core issues include food and farming, waste and consumerism, climate change prevention and resiliency, and sustainable living. It addresses these issues through education, demonstration, replication, and advocacy.
A safety net organization serving East Palo Alto. It provides food bags, hot meals, clothing, donated furniture items, and other services to thousands of families each year.
An early childhood school that serves 168 children ages 0-5 and their families in a model early learning school with 16 high-quality early learning classrooms and outdoor spaces. It also provides a family resource center, library, playscape, and satellite children’s museum for community members of the Santee neighborhood and beyond.
A Stockton-based social service organization that provides preschool, immigration, legal, health, food, and other services throughout the San Joaquin Valley. It serves over 25,000 individuals each year, including more than 5,000 children.
A core service agency for East Palo Alto and Menlo Park. It provides emergency referrals for food and shelter, distributes food, and helps eligible families enroll in food assistance and health coverage. It serves 2,000 people annually.