San Diego Charities
ArtReach is a not-for-profit, 501 (c) 3 organization that takes working artists into K – 6 schools throughout San Diego County to provide hands-on visual art education workshops. ArtReach believes art opens the door to limitless possibilities and teaches young people to think critically and originally. And, that every child should have the opportunity to make art despite budget cuts in schools. The team that brings ArtWalk events to San Diego every year created ArtReach in 2007 to help address that need. Since then, we have worked with over 7000 students.
Since 2000, CAPS has served more than 4,500 women and men facing unintended pregnancies with early prenatal medical services, education and resources
We are united in our shared responsibility to fund research, our shared demand that it adheres to the highest standards, and our shared responsibility to ensure that its benefits are translated to the clinic, for the patients who need it. Our commitment to strive towards cure and prevention of breast cancer remains unshaken.
CHW designs its developments to be healthy and vibrant communities that improve
their neighborhoods. CHW nurtures self-reliance by offering programs and services to
residents which include leadership training and schoolwork assistance for young
people. Housing and support services provided in a community environment help
CHW residents assemble a portfolio of assets – financial resources, educational
skills and leadership ability.
The vision of Extended Hands Worldwide Ministries is providing support, training, encouragement and resources with uncompromising dedication. We are the motivating force that embrace organizations and individuals in a global diverse cultures, while working together to fulfill the mission.
Joseph Kony and the Lord’s Resistance Army have been abducting, killing, and displacing civilians in East and central Africa since 1987. We first encountered these atrocities in northern Uganda in 2003 when we met a boy named Jacob who feared for his life and a woman named Jolly who had a vision for a better future. Together, we promised Jacob that we would do whatever we could to stop Joseph Kony and the LRA. Invisible Children was founded in 2004 to fulfill that promise.
All of this started with the Perfect Project at High Tech High in a freshman class. The Perfect Project is focused on real world causes that aim to make a difference within the community or world through the creation of a product, event, or documentary. We have chosen to work with hunger in San Diego and any other country that is in need of food through the Kids Against Hunger organization. When the school year had ended, the project has evolved into a club at High Tech High with about 23 members trying to make the world a better place.
The San Diego Brain Injury Foundation (SDBIF) was founded in 1983 as the preeminent resource for brain injury survivors in San Diego County, as well as their caregivers and their families, to provide information, support, education, and community awareness. It is a non-profit organization under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.
The San Diego Hunger Coalition mission is to build a successful anti-hunger network that eliminates food insecurity in San Diego County.