Through its Community and Access Program, the Whitney Museum will pilot new programs and expand its reach to those who do not normally have access to cultural resources.
International Medical Corps delivers all the basic services of strong maternal child health care and child survival, including lifesaving pre- and post-natal care in remote, demanding settings.
The College Preparatory School, one of the nation's foremost private, secondary schools, sponsors the 4-week, tuition-free, Partners Summer Academy for low income Oakland middle school students.
Mama's Kitchen is committed to fighting HIV/AIDS and cancer through the power of nutrition. We provide a meal delivery service and food pantry to those affected by HIV/AIDS, and cancer.
VFC trains Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) who research a child’s situation so they can provide the court with thorough and balanced recommendations of what is best for the child.
We are a transfer high school, created to reengage over-aged/under-credited youth who are at risk for dropping out, or have already dropped out of high school.
This program is open to low-income, HIV positive residents of San Diego County who are healthy enough to not require meal deliveries, but whose health would benefit from a free grocery supplement.
Created in 1999, this program home-delivers meals to children whose parents are living with AIDS or cancer and are physically and/or mentally unable to prepare their meals.
Created in 2006, this program home-delivers meals to people living with cancer, under age 60, who are physically and/or mentally unable to prepare their own meals.