Our organization was founded on a set of five values that we use as a guide in the work we do each day. These values are to be Leaders, Learners, Professionals, Team Players, and most importantly Givers. Over the years we have implemented a Charity Committee within our agency, which consists of a group of team members that focuses on identifying organizations to support, handling donations, and coordinating with the organizations on different ways we can provide support. Whether it is donating our time or our funds to organizations in the community that support those less fortunate, or raising awareness of the work these organizations do for those that they serve, it is an honor and a privilege to work with each of them.
The following outlines a few organizations we hold near and dear to our hearts. Read more on the incredible work they do for our community and follow the links on how you can provide support to their cause.
Established in 2003, Adopt a Family Foundation has been committed to offering support to individuals and families in Israel dealing with the after-effects of terrorism.
This organization hosts a life-changing ride through some of California’s beautiful countryside and raises money to help reduce new HIV infections and improve the quality of life for those living with HIV/AIDS.
The Alpha Project empowers individuals, families, and communities by providing work, recovery and support to those motivated to change their lives.
This organization focuses their time, energy, and funds toward scientific research on better treatment, prevention and ultimately a cure to the leading cause of death in the United States, heart disease.
The Boys & Girls Club provides kids with quality programs and guidance in a safe, affordable and fun environment by focusing on academic success, character development and healthy lifestyles.
Boys to Men Mentoring provides teenage boys a community of men who listen, encourage, and empower them to be the young men they want to be.
With breast cancer as the second leading cause of cancer death in American women, this organization dedicates their time to research with the goal to put an end to breast cancer.
Casas de Luz builds homes for individuals, families, and communities in San Diego and Tijuana.
Challenged Athletes Foundation provides opportunity and support to individuals with physical challenges, enabling them to pursue active lifestyles through physical fitness and competitive sport.
The Chicano Federation of San Diego County provides opportunity to all San Diegans in need by providing child development programs, nutrition programs, housing programs, and workforce and business development programs.
The Coachella Valley Housing Coalition works to improve the living conditions of low-income individuals and families. They construct and operate affordable housing accompanied by community services programs and other resources that enrich, build, and grow the lives of those they serve.
This organization raises money and invests in strategic funding in translational cancer research projects which aims to accelerate new discoveries in finding a cure.
The Downtown San Diego Partnership serves as the principal voice behind the economic prosperity and cultural vitality of Downtown San Diego by providing membership, advocacy, public services and community investment.
This organization provides year round support to athletes’ looking to improve their skills in water polo along with improving fitness.
The Emilio Nares Foundation provides free transportation to medical treatments and other free family support programs to underserved children with cancer.
Fisher House provides comfort homes for military and veteran families where they can stay free of charge while a loved one is in the hospital.
Generate Hope provides long-term housing and trauma-informed therapy, education, and vocational support to survivors of sexual trafficking.
Just in Time for Foster Youth works with individuals to help them achieve self-sufficiency and well-being as they reach the age to transition out of foster care.
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society focuses on raising funds to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma while improving the quality of life for their patients and families.
Lions Tigers & Bears provides peace and tranquility to more than 60 rescued exotic animals, including lions, tigers, bears, leopards, bobcats, servals, jaguars, and domestic animals. They allow these animals to live out the rest of their lives with dignity in a caring, safe and natural environment.
Mercy House provides housing and support for a variety of homeless populations. Their goal is to end the cycle of homelessness for those who enter their care.
This organization provides a holistic education to students affected by homelessness. Nearly 300 students are provided a holistic education to meet their academic, social, emotional, and life skill needs.
Panda Cares focuses on serving the health and education needs of underserved youth along with fostering the spirit of giving.
Parkinson’s Association of San Diego enables those affected by Parkinson’s disease to live their best lives by providing support, resources, and education.
As the only hospital in San Diego exclusively dedicated to pediatric healthcare and the only designated pediatric trauma center in the region, Rady’s Children’s Hospital works to restore, sustain and enhance the health and developmental potential of children through excellence in care, education, research and advocacy.
Raphael House helps low-income families and families experiencing homelessness, strengthen their bonds by achieving stable housing and financial independence.
This organization focuses on the education and promotion of outstanding architecture, landscape, interior, and urban design to improve the quality of life for those living in San Diego.
As the largest hunger relief program in San Diego County, the San Diego Food Bank provides nutritious food to people in need, advocates for the hungry, and educates the public about hunger-related issues. It is difficult to imagine not knowing where your next meal will come from. Unfortunately that is the reality for many residents of San Diego County. The Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank provides nutritious food to people in need, while advocating for the hungry and educating the public on hunger-related issues.
San Diego Housing Federation creates affordable housing opportunities for low-income individuals by expanding the knowledge, capacity, and influence of the affordable housing development community.
As an open-admission shelter, the San Diego Humane Society works to create a more humane world by inspiring compassion and advancing the welfare of animals and people.
Working as a private, independent, nonprofit, the San Diego Humane Society provides animal services for 14 cities within San Diego County and shares their expertise nationwide to provide exceptional care for all animals through world-class veterinary medicine, shelter, and love.
This organization works to improve the quality of management in legal service organizations while promoting and enhancing the competence and professionalism of legal administrators along with all members of management.
The San Diego Police Officers Association assists police officers with issues related to wages, hours, and working conditions. Additionally, it aids members and their families in times of sickness, distress, and death.
This organization works to provide equal access to the justice system by acting as a bridge between disadvantaged individuals and volunteer lawyers offering their time and resources.
Since 1970, Serving Seniors has been providing affordable housing, nutritious meals, health and social services, enrichment and activities, and advocacy to seniors in our community.
The David’s Harp Foundation combines business and family as it acts as a place for youth to develop authentic and trusted relationships with adults as they navigate hardships such as homelessness and probation. Additionally, this organization provides its students the opportunity to learn and apply business skills to produce professional video content to clients.
This organization facilitates volunteer efforts and donations for organizations in our community that focus on making San Diego a better place for all. Beneficiaries of The Thursday Club Foundation have included organizations in science, technology, medicine, education, sports, parks and wildlife.
The Tyler’s Tribe Foundation was founded in support of Tyler Decker who was diagnosed with ALS at just 26 years old. The foundation is committed to raise funding and awareness for this devastating disease along with providing relief to patients and their families as they navigate the astronomical costs associated with ALS.
This organization assists, supports, and honors military men and women by providing quality-of-life items, support services, and transitional housing designed to help them and their families during times of hardship and recovery.
Established in 1999, Words Alive uses highly trained book group facilitators and volunteers to reach at-risk teenagers through books and thoughtfully planned curriculum guides.
Workshops for Warriors provides quality training, educational programs, and opportunities to earn third-party credentials in order to enable veterans, transitioning service members, and students to be equipped for a career in manufacturing.
Wreaths Across America works to ensure that our veterans and their families know that the sacrifice they have made has not and will not be forgotten.
Often known as the “Y”, this organization is the leading non-profit committed to strengthening community by investing in the children who make up the community, our health and our neighbors. Through a variety of programs and services, the Y unites men, women and children to nurture the potential of children and teens while improving the nation’s health and well-being and providing opportunities to give back.