Dr. Colette Nichols and her team at The Empower Foundation have worked with various charities to support and further their causes. For more information, submit a contact form and Colette will be in touch shortly.
UBGC of Santa Barbara County is a non-profit youth development agency. They serve children ages 5-18 and have 10 locations across Santa Barbara County. Their official mission is as follows: “to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens”.
Pepperdine is a Christian university located in Malibu, where students grow in knowledge and character. As a liberal arts institution, Pepperdine provides rich opportunities for intellectual and spiritual exploration within a diverse community.
Stillpoint Family Resources is committed to changing lives, strengthening families, and shaping culture. Never before have so many individuals and families been in search of guidance and coping with social, spiritual, and psychological challenges. Stillpoint’s services/ acitivities include counseling, training, educating, and publishing.
Scripps Health Foundation is a premier health care system in the region. With donations they are able to make major breakthroughs in medicine and provide a quality, caring environment focused around each patient’s unique needs.
CHLA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution that provides pediatric health care and helps our patients more than half a million times each year in a setting designed just for their needs. Established in 1901, today they provide more than $316.2 million in community benefits annually to children and families.
Los Angeles is home to one of the most diverse populations in the country and along with being one of the largest affiliates of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, BBBSLA is also one of the largest youth mentoring organizations in Southern California. Every year, BBBSLA impacts nearly 1,800 children throughout Los Angeles County—many of whom are referred to as being “at-risk” or “high-risk” youths.
Established in 1980, the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House has provided comfort, care, and support to children and families in Southern California. Their goal is to create a community where children and their families embrace life and healing with a sense of hope, enthusiasm, courage and joy by keeping families close to each other and the care they need.
Before the American Heart Association existed, people with heart disease were thought to be doomed to complete bed rest — or destined to imminent death. Thanks to a handful of pioneering physicians and social workers, the AAF was formed, and alongside support of more than 33 million volunteers, they have successfully improved heart health internationally. This has resulted in reducing deaths from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
Major League Baseball’s first Urban Youth Academy was founded in 2006 in Compton, California. As a not-for-profit organization, the UYA aims to set the standard for baseball and softball instruction, teach and educate in Urban America, and enhance the quality of life in the surrounding communities.
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