Here are some of our favorite charities located in Fresno, CA. We have made sure each of them are eligible for tax deductions when you help your local community by donating your car. Your values and choice can make a difference.
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Dedicated to sustaining and fostering the growth of cultural traditions
Founded in 2001, The Alliance for California Traditional Arts promotes and supports ways for cultural traditions to thrive now and into the future by providing advocacy, resources, and connections for folk and traditional artists. From Ohlone basketry and African-American quilt-making to cowboy poetry and Vietnamese opera, California is home to hundreds of diverse traditions. ACTA connects artists, communities, and funders to each other, information, and resources through grants and contracts, convenings, research, and technical assistance. ACTA also provides advocacy through local and national field-building. Recognized for its culturally competent leadership, intellectual capital, and excellence in program administration, ACTA is the California Arts Council's official partner in serving the state's folk and traditional arts field.
Honoring the Journey
Founded in 1981, Hinds Hospice upholds the dignity and eases the suffering of the terminally ill while supporting their loved ones, and those who are grieving. The philosophy of Hinds Hospice is based on our sacred call to serve the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those who have a life-limiting illness and those who are grieving. Through our services, we strive to provide comfort, hope and companionship on their sacred journey by affirming their dignity and honoring the wishes of both the patient and the family. We respond to the critical need for education on end-of-life issues and seek to raise the community's awareness of choices for care, support and bereavement.
Share the power of a wish
Since 1980, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has given hope, strength and joy to children with life-threatening medical conditions. From our humble beginnings with one boy's wish to be a police officer, we've evolved into an organization that grants a child's wish in the United States and its territories every 40 minutes. We grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.
United Way of Fresno County brings resources together to address the most urgent issues the community faces. Through unique partnerships and approaches, UWFC mobilizes resources beyond the dollars that are pledged through their fund-raising efforts. Community partners often include schools, government policy makers, businesses, organized labor, financial institutions, voluntary and neighborhood associations, community development corporations, and the faith community.
A national distributor of Spanish-language programming in public radio
Radio Bilingüe is a network of five public radio stations in California with an established tradition of producing and distributing Latino news and information programming for both commercial radio and national public radio. The network's flagship station, KSJV in Fresno, California was founded in 1976; operations have expanded and now four more stations broadcast under Radio Bilingüe's umbrella: KMPO in Modesto, KUBO in El Centro/Calexico, KTQX in Bakersfield, and KHDC in Salinas. Radio Bilingüe strives to provide high-quality programming and timely information to the growing Spanish-speaking audiences in North America. Radio Bilingüe has also reached out to other underserved audiences, offering African-American and Southeast Asian music and public services.
Serving children with disabilities since 1950
The Elks are American Citizens who want to save its great values; who love others and want to make sure they are healthy and happy; and who love life and want to contribute to it, as well as to share it. The California-Hawaii Elks Major Project, a committee of the California-Hawaii Elks Association, pledges its commitment to addressing the unmet needs of children with disabilities throughout the states of California and Hawaii by developing a program of supporting services to aid these children at no cost to their families and without discrimination.