Our goal is to see every child live in a safe, permanent and supportive home. To reach our goal, the Marin CASA program recruits, screens, trains and supervises volunteers who play a critical role in providing a voice for children in the courtroom. Our highly trained, court-appointed volunteers are responsible for making recommendations to the court […]
Children, Youth & Families
ALSO KNOWN AS CAMP JACK HAZARD Boys and girls attend camp sessions at the same time, but much of the original program remains the same. Camp Jack Hazard activities center around a 3-day backpacking trip, where campers hike into government-preserved wilderness territory and make do with only the supplies that they can carry in their […]
MISSION STATEMENT San Carlos Children’s Theater is a non-profit organization committed to educating youth in all aspects of theater production while nurturing creative expression, self-confidence, teamwork, and an appreciation for the arts. Since its inception in 1990, San Carlos Children’s Theater has become a leader and family favorite in youth theater, producing more than 152 […]
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 […]
A favorite way to think of our park was summed up in San Francisco magazine. Children’s Fairyland, they said, is “as miniature and uncynical as a toddler’s beating heart.” We agree. Children’s Fairyland is, in many ways, a timeless reminder of the joys of standing three-feet tall. Children’s Fairyland continues to hold fast to its […]
The Children’s Skin Disease Foundation (CSDF) was created to improve the quality of life of children with skin disease. We aim to heal the heart, not just the skin. These diseases might be skin deep, but the emotional impact cuts much deeper. That’s why we provide emotional, as well as financial, support to families inflicted […]
Solutions for bullying, violence and oppression. Every 7 minutes, a student is bullied. Students who are bullied often suffer from anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, poor concentration and tragically some see suicide or violence as the only way out. Challenge Day programs offer solutions to help reduce teasing and bullying, teach tools for peaceful conflict resolution […]
A non-profit organization that is dedicated to improving the high school experience for the students and athletes at College Park.
The mission of Habitot Children’s Museum is to nurture and enrich the lives of young children, their families, and the adults who care for them by providing an environment for early childhood learning and exploration, parenting education, and community outreach.
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is the only volunteer program in San Francisco that empowers everyday citizens to become officers of the court to serve as advocates and mentors to abused and neglected children in foster care.