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GivingTuesday is a global day of giving, taking place on December 1, 2020. The day was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past nine years, this idea has grown into a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity. This year, Fresno EOC asks you to donate to our agency and give back to our programs making an impact on thousands of lives in the Central Valley. Together we can fight poverty and support those who need the most help. Donations help support efforts for our programs.

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  • Since 2015, Valley Apprenticeship Connections has helped over 300 people get a job in the construction industry. With the program, students get hands-on training, seven 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.
  • Employment and Training pairs young adults with paid internship opportunities and supports their educational goals. This year, Fresno EOC received 337 applicants who expressed a need for a paid summer internship. The number of applicants is too telling of the great interest and needs of young people in the Central Valley. Giving back can provide another internship and support our local workforce, as we face the highest unemployment rate since The Great Depression.
  • WIC is more than just food! Here’s a throwback from last year’s Toys for Tots. WIC provides support for more than 27,000 women, children, and families in Fresno County. Donations received for WIC go-to baby items such as diapers, wipes, baby clothes, baby hygiene products, and breastfeeding supplies for mothers returning to work or school.
  • Local Conservation Corps provides young adults with vocational experience, life skills, and educational opportunities. Support our young adults as they lead our community through service and leadership! Donations for LCC can be used to provide supportive services for trainees/corps members, not usually covered through grants.
  • Youth are learning to lead in Fresno! Fresno EOC Street Saints provides programs, workshops, and opportunities, empowering youth and inspiring them to improve their community.
  • Central Valley Against Human Trafficking and partners not only support survivors of modern-day slavery but through the annual conference, we educate those who want to join in on the fight. Your support allows us to continue that fight to end human trafficking.
  • Sanctuary and Support 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 of support.
  • Adolescent Family Life Program supports youth throughout Fresno County by providing educational support, parenting skills, and comprehensive case management. Even during the pandemic, our youth are able to get the assistance and support they need through remote services.
  • Donations for AFLP can go to baby items, activities, and support services to help young families succeed.

  • School of Unlimited Learning 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.
  • Our LGBTQ+ Resource Center proudly provides supportive services to enhance the health and well-being of individuals of all ages in the LGBTQ+ community. This includes offering a safe and inclusive environment for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, non-binary, queer, HIV, and questioning community members in the Fresno County area. 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.