Our Mission: Providing and Supporting Preventative Services for families in need, with clean diapers, wipes, clothing, formula, essential needs, education and Open Adoption Facilitation. Hoping to stop the cycle and need for Foster Care. No child needs to start their life or be defined in life as a Foster Child. We truly believe in “It Takes […]
Outcast Cat Help is a TRUE no-kill organization. We believe in letting cats live their lives and only in cases of terminal and painful illness are cats compassionately euthanized because there is no reasonable alternative.
John Muir Land Trust permanently protects and cares for East Bay open space, ranches, farms, parkland and shoreline. We believe that the vitality of our open spaces is essential to the health of our earth, air, water and our native plants and animals and all of us. Our vision is to ensure that the beauty, […]
We support homebound elders to maintain their health and dignity, and to live independently in the comfort and security of their own homes. Our primary service population is senior citizens aged 85 and older.
Contra Cost ARC exists to enhance and enrich the lives of children at risk of developmental delays and adults with developmental disabilities. Toward that end we provide direct services and advocacy to assist those we serve in achieving their highest level of personal independence and self-sufficiency
Contra Costa Rabbit Rescue is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation solely supported by donations. Our small organization is a charitable and educational group consisting of rabbit owners and volunteers. We educate the public on current rabbit care and the importance of spay and neutering. We rescue those rabbits in need from local shelters and re-home or […]
Contra Costa County Animal Services Department is committed to protecting the health, safety and well-being of all people and animals in our community through enforcement of state and local laws, providing compassionate care for every animal regardless of its temperament or condition, and reducing the number of animals that enter our County shelters. We will […]