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MANA de San Diego, a non-profit National Women's organization. Our mission and passion is to assist young girls and women, by providing them
At The Chicano Federation of San Diego County, we are volunteers, employees, partners, donors and friends who believe in one thing...opportunity. This is the heart of The Chicano Federation - people helping people.
Our MISSION is to connect, educate, develop and inspire a diverse group of foundations and corporations to stimulate effective philanthropy in the San Diego region.
Our mission is to expand access to financial services, savings and investment opportunities for low-income and immigrant residents of San Francisco's Mission District so that they can build a more secure economic future for themselves, their families and community.
Proyecto Pastoral at Dolores Mission is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization working in the economically and politically disenfranchised community of Boyle Heights to empower the community personally and socially by developing grassroots projects in education, leadership, and service.
CHCDC has acquired and rehabilitated apartment communities and serves as managing general partner for 52 properties and 749 units of housing in City Heights. The idea of how we manage our apartment communities is from the property line outward into the neighborhood. Our projects serve as a catalyst for neighborhood revitalization, economic development and resident self sufficiency.
The Mission of the MAAC Project is to promote self-sufficiency for low and moderate income families and communities of Southern California through advocacy for, and delivery of, social, educational, housing and employment services."
The Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF), the nationâ€™s largest Latino-serving social service organization, has been helping children and families in need since 1963.
At New Economics for Women (NEW) we have a mission -- to reduce poverty by creating wealth opportunities for women and children. We realize that overcoming poverty and achieving family and personal prosperity are very broad goals. That's why we measure our success by the specific improvements families experience in their quality of life such as increased wealth, education and health as a result of being touched by NEW.