Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), in cities across the country. BBBS agencies support the Big, Little, and their family through the lifetime of the match.
Blessings in a Backpack mobilizes communities, individuals and resources to provide food on the weekends for elementary school children across America who would otherwise go hungry.
BookNook is a web application that syncs up to five devices of any kind so that groups can work together in a coordinated set of rigorous reading exercises Once online, groups access a library of algorithmically-recommended custom texts woven together with a structured curriculum and engaging educational games. BookNook also offers a host of customizable reporting features to provide real-time, actionable information to users and educators.
Boomerang Giving is a national movement of older Americans strengthening communities by donating senior discounts. Their mobile app provides an easy way to direct discounts to nonprofits serving children.
The mission of Boomers Leading Change is to mobilize, connect and empower Adults 50+ to utilize their skills, experience, passion and energy to create positive, lasting social change.
Bound by Beauty transforms how we interact with nature and neighbors to create a stronger, healthier, more beautiful and resilient community.
Boys & Girls Clubs of America, a national organization inspiring and enabling young people in more than 4,100 Clubs nationwide, helps youth realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. BGCA seeks to connect encore talent with both volunteer and professional opportunities that will make a significant difference in the lives of young people.
Bridge Meadows communities are intentional, intergenerational communities created to help foster children become adopted from foster care, support so that families thrive and meaning and purpose for elders.
The mission of Bridges Together Inc. is to educate, empower and connect generations to transform lives today and tomorrow.
CASA of Los Angeles mobilizes community volunteers to advocate for children who have experienced abuse and neglect.
CBSBB is a mentoring organization and we match young people between the ages of 7-17 with adults (at least 21yrs of age) who are interested in guiding and opening their mentees up to new experiences and ideas, as well as being a positive and supportive role model.
CROPS works to alleviate poverty in rural communities (and some urban) through intergenerational leadership development.
ChaiVillageLA, a synagogue-based village, is a caring community led by older adults who share support and expertise, as they navigate challenges and opportunities of aging.
CSTN was founded in 2011 by former teachers and recently recognized by Forbes 30 Under 30 Education. We have all taught in the classroom and have extensive experience with high-need student populations. We have served as teachers, administrators, guest teachers and more. Our ability to execute our mission allows us to work with a majority of the charters in Chicago, some of the highest performing networks in Denver, Minneapolis/St. Paul, and Houston, and we’re expanding quickly.
Family-centered, full-service nonprofit dedicated to “strengthening families and fostering the healthy development of children.” Through nearly 50 programs statewide, CFS works with those most in need – meeting them where they are, connecting them with the resources they need, and helping them envision and plan a future in which they can live successfully in the community.
Child360 is a leading nonprofit that supports early learning from every angle to ensure children succeed in school and life.
ChopChopKids’ mission is to inspire and teach children and families to cook and eat real food together, a vital step in resolving the obesity and hunger epidemics.
CIRKEL is a community platform for intergenerational networking – connecting interesting people across generations for personal and professional growth. If you’re a millennial looking for a great story about what it was like to work in your industry in the ’60’s, ’80’s, etc. or you’re a boomer who wants to hear the latest tech and cultural trends, CIRKEL events are made for you. They’re just that – a room full of interesting people from all ages to pick their brain over drinks.
Cities of Service is a national nonprofit organization that works with city leaders to tap the knowledge, creativity, and service of citizens to solve public problems together.
Citizen Schools equips young people with the skills, access, and beliefs they need to thrive as students and succeed as adults in the modern world. We envision a world in which schools, companies and families partner to provide students with a set of real world learning experiences that set them on a path to college and career success.
The City of San José encompasses 180.2 square miles at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay. San José’s central location between San Francisco and Monterey/Carmel makes the “Capital of Silicon Valley” a gateway to adventures throughout California. With a population of one million, San José is the 10th largest city in the nation.
City Year helps students and schools succeed. Fueled by national service, City Year AmeriCorps members serve in schools full-time as tutors, mentors and role models.
Coaching Corps works to ensure that all kids – regardless of circumstance – get to reap the benefits of playing sports with a trained, caring coach.
The mission of Communities In Schools is to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.