California Fire Foundation
The California Fire Foundation, a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization, provides emotional and financial assistance to families of fallen firefighters, firefighters and the communities they protect. Formed in 1987 by California Professional Firefighters, the California Fire Foundation’s mandate includes an array of survivor and victim assistance programs and community initiatives including: the California Firefighters Memorial, the Daniel A. Terry Scholarship for children of fallen firefighters, the California Firefighters Benevolent Fund, the California Last Alarm Service Team and Pipes and Drums of CPF, public safety campaigns in underserved communities via Firefighters on Your Side, the Supplying Aid to Victims of Emergency (SAVE) Program, efforts for long term wildfire relief, and more.
Urban Association of Forestry and Fire Professionals Inc
The Forestry and Fire Recruitment Program (FFRP), is a nonprofit organization developed in direct response to the growing need for wildland firefighters and emergency personnel. The organizations mission is to increase the supply of wildland firefighters / emergency personnel from nontraditional and underrepresented communities; by providing the trainings, skills and experiences needed to secure entry level jobs / careers with relevant agencies - giving social and career supports offered through a collaboration of stakeholders.
California Community Foundation
For more than 100 years, the California Community Foundation (CCF) has worked to transform generosity into impact and create a stronger future for Los Angeles County. Working closely with donors, nonprofits and community partners, we seek to change systems, address root causes and improve the quality of life for all L.A. residents, especially the most vulnerable. Since 2000, we and our donors have granted more than $3 billion, transforming communities in Los Angeles and across the globe. CCF is home to more than 1,600 funds, with assets of nearly $1.7 billion. Every dollar we give through our discretionary grantmaking programs represents a donor's legacy and a dream for lasting change. Focusing on education, health, housing and immigration, we seek to empower and uplift the
United Way Of The Bay Area
ABOUT US: United Way Bay Area inspires and connects people to break the cycle of poverty in the Bay Area by supporting both the short-term needs and long-term systems change. WHAT WE DO: UWBA brings together partners from the nonprofit, business, and government sectors to address Bay Area poverty. We partner across sectors, develop solutions, capture the data we need, and use those insights to support public policy and create research-backed community initiatives. OUR VISION: We envision a Bay Area where all people have equitable opportunities and access to what we need to thrive. OUR MISSION: We activate individuals, businesses, and communities to work together to address the root causes of poverty and build pathways to prosperity for all Bay Area residents.