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The need in our community has never been greater. In these times when we have to do more with less, we need your help. The support of our individual and corporate donors is more critical than ever before. Your donation can make a difference!

Fresno EOC is a private non-profit 501(c)3 organization. All donations are tax deductible.

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Adolescent Family Life Program (AFLP)

AFLP supports younger parents (age 21 and younger) throughout Fresno County by providing educational support, parenting skills, and comprehensive case management. Donations for AFLP can be used to purchase baby items (diapers, wipes, educational toys), workshop activities, graduation scholarships and support services to help young families succeed.

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Advance Peace Fresno

Advance Peace Fresno is a community based public health and safety strategy that aims to transform lives and build healthier, safer, and more just communities by putting an end to cyclical and retaliatory gun violence in urban neighborhoods.

Training & Employment 

Training & Employment pairs young adults with paid internship opportunities and supports their educational goals. Giving back can help fund another internship and support our local workforce.

Foster Grandparent Program

Senior volunteers provide personalized tutoring and mentoring support to contribute toward the academic success of underserved children and teens. Donations will help to reward our 55 volunteers for the 3000+ hours per month they spend supporting children.

Central Valley Against Human Trafficking (CVAHT)

CVAHT and partners support survivors by linking them to self-identified essentials. We work to educate the community and help support those who want to join the anti-trafficking movement. Your support allows us to fill the gap in service needs for survivors and helps with the continued fight to end human trafficking.

Local Conservation Corps (LCC)

LCC provides young adults with vocational experience, life skills, and educational opportunities. Donations for LCC can be used to provide supportive services for trainees/corps members, not usually covered through grants. Support our young adults as they lead our community through service and leadership!

Sanctuary Homeless Services

Sanctuary Homeless Services is dedicated to serving homeless individuals and families in need of housing. Donations can provide clothing, hygiene kits, and basic necessities for those in need.

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Sanctuary LGBTQ+ Resource Center

LGBTQ+ Resource Center proudly provides supportive services to enhance the health and well-being of individuals of all ages in the LGBTQ+ community. Donations for the center can be used for personal hygiene supplies for the homeless or unemployed, as well as providing gender-affirming services for the trans, and non-binary communities.

School of Unlimited Learning (SOUL)

SOUL supports our at-risk high school students in Fresno. SOUL is an excellent educational option for those seeking a small school alternative to a large, traditional high school. Your support can give students the high school experience they deserve.

Monetary donations would be used to purchase basic hygiene and household items for our student store.  We would also purchase gloves, socks, and sweatshirts for use during the winter months.

Valley Apprenticeship Connections (VAC)

VAC has helped more than 400 people get a job in the construction industry since it was launched in 2015. Students get hands-on training, safety certificates, and the confidence to take on the workforce. For VAC, a donation could get participants much-needed clothing for work or a bus pass to get them to their site.

Women, Infants and Children (WIC)

WIC is more than just food! The program provides support for more than 27,000 women, children, and families in Fresno County. Donations received for WIC can help purchase baby items such as diapers, clothing, baby hygiene products, and breastfeeding supplies for mothers returning to work or school.

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