O.C.C. Justice and Mercy “Survey Says”
Gratitude shows itself in the act of sharing. Because of funds from Justice and Mercy, and a commitment from the Endowment Board, we have been able to send checks to nine different agencies - ranging from $400-$1,000. Thanks to all of you who voted in our first ever "Survey Says...", and helped us determine where to distribute our funds.
Non profit founded in 1986 to alleviate Contra Costa County’s homeless crisis
Water 1st International
Started in 2005 by a group of professionals with solid experience in the water and sanitation and fundraising sectors, to implement high-quality water and sanitation projects that provide solutions for the world’s poorest communities. Worldwide, 35-50% of water projects fail within the first 5 years. Water 1st has 2,178 projects completed. And not one has failed.
Friendly Manor (St. Mary’s Center)
Opened in 1990 by three sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet as a drop in center and residence for homeless women.
Habitat for Humanity
Since 1986, Habitat East Bay/Silicon Valley has served 8,000 individuals in Alameda, Contra Costa and Santa Clara counties by providing affordable homeownership solutions to low-income families.
Interfaith Movement for Human Integrity
(Debbie Lee’s organization)
nterfaith Movement for Human Integrity works to achieve an equitable, inclusive and healthy society, culture and economy where the process of development to improve their lives through education health care, and housing. We work to help the most vulnerable, disenfranchised and marginalized have equal opportunities and access to the resources and tools needed to achieve a dignified quality of life.
Established in 1986 by Dave and Betty Huebsh to help the people of Guatemala. When the people of Santiago Atitlan were asked what was needed, they expressed a yearning for the education of their children.
BayC Our Space
Our space provides support services for LGBTQ youth in Alameda County
In the late 1970s, STAND! Against Domestic Violence and the Family Stress Center were independently founded, with similar commitments to the people of Contra Costa County. Over the years, each agency grew and evolved, building services to help stop domestic violence and child abuse. Both agencies sought to approach the problem of family violence as effectively and comprehensively as possible. These two distinct agencies have now combined efforts, expertise, and skills toward one common purpose: addressing and decreasing violence in the home.
Faith Network of the East Bay
Faith Network of the East Bay is an Oakland non-profit organization founded in 2001. Our focus is to build healthy families, schools and neighborhoods by rallying community support for under-resourced urban public schools.