Connecting Your Community
Welcome to our Non-Profit Network! Our goal is to provide organizations with a space to display and share their current needs and available resources and to facilitate meaningful connections between our city's businesses and non-profits to encourage a community of collaboration and support.
Results Found: 19
The Bridge's Mission: To offer support, provide safety and prevent domestic and sexual violence.
This nation-wide charity ships large amounts of a wide variety of needed supplies on demand.
Please Donate tote bags to BakerRipley Pasadena Campus. We use approximately 500 tote bags monthly.
The Pasadena Industrial Community Network is a program coordinated by the City of Pasadena Neighborhood Network Division. PICN creates corporate philanthropic partnerships between industry, business, and community leaders who all share a vision of giving back to our community. Our members work together to improve the health, safety and quality of life for City of Pasadena residents through volunteer projects, monetary contributions and in-kind donations.
Team Up to Clean Up is an annual event that assists local home owners with projects that they are physically or financially unable to complete.
We are in current need of a diesel pusher motorhome with onboard generator when we assist in disaster relief zones. We can be reached at 832-580-7650. Thank you in advance!
GRADcafe helps residents of all ages get into and through college or career training.
Sponsor a Cultural Experience for Pre-Teens & Teens
St. Paul's is offering FREE tutoring for school-age children in reading or math. 281-479-7285
AFSP is one of the leaders in our nation for Suicide Prevention. The 4 core areas are Advocacy, Research, Education and training and support for survivors of suicide loss.
On a mission to meet people where they are to help them discover where they can be. We do this by providing care packages for our homeless and at-risk friends living on the streets and in temporary shelters. Bags include items such as: - Toothpaste,
Join our team of industry, business and community leaders as we work together to improve the health, safety and quality of life for our Pasadena residents.
The Rose Breast Cancer Center, Southeast Texas' leading breast cancer nonprofit, supports the uninsured in our community to ensure they have access to early detection, diagnostics and treatment if needed. Founded in Pasadena in 1986, now serves 43 counties, and 7,000 uninsured each year. One of Charity Navigator's Top 6 breast cancer charities nationwide.
We are in need of the following items: Gift cards to local grocery stores, Gas Cards, Uber Cards, Toilet paper, Paper towels, Postage stamps
We are in need of medical gloves - Latex Free & Powder Free - Size: Small, Medium, Large