The East Bay Center for the Blind is an innovative, grassroots, nonprofit organization that seeks to empower blind and visually impaired individuals underserved by traditional agencies. We strive to actively facilitate independence, confidence, dignity and self-growth in our community
Regina’s Door is proud to be a healing artistic space of love and compassion in Oakland, and honored to be a sanctuary of solace for survivors of sex trafficking, young creatives, at-risk youth, homeless youth and women.
College Is Real. CIR provides education, motivation, resources and support to low-income, minority students who demonstrate academic potential, have college aspirations, and who typically will be the first in their families to attend college. We succeed by having a professional on-site program director and … read more.
Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP) seeks to eradicate homelessness and revitalize the West County Community through case management, enrichment and training opportunities to help stabilize low-moderate income community members. “GRIP uses a unique approach to meet the complex needs of our consumers, by … read more.
The East Bay Sanctuary Covenant is dedicated to offering sanctuary, solidarity, support, community organizing assistance, advocacy, and legal services to those escaping war, terror, political persecution, intolerance, exploitation, and other expressions of violence. The Covenant’s asylum program, one of the largest in the … read more.
Operation Dignity‘s mission is to serve homeless and at-risk veterans, their families, and the communities they live in. to meet their immediate and long-term needs by providing emergency, transitional, and permanent housing; comprehensive outreach and support services; and a strong peer community, inclusive of … read more.