By our giving we reflect the image of God. Through Gift World, the Mission and Outreach Committee invites us to give gifts that reflect our hearts’ interests and concerns and that make a difference in the world.

Over the years our church has given our partners a Christmas “bonus” through the Gift World catalog. Gifts can also be given in a friend’s or family member’s name enabling you to share with them your concerns for the needs of others around the world, thus expanding their horizons of care as well.

In his life and ministry, Jesus consistently moved toward the oppressed and marginalized. Join us in doing the same this Advent and Christmas season.

After you have browsed the catalog, click on the Order Gifts button. An order form will open in a new browser tab where you can select which gifts you would like to purchase. Feel free to refer back to the catalog as you fill out the form. After completing your purchase, you will receive an email with access to gift cards for each gift you purchased, which you can then email or print out.

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1951 Coffee Company is a non-profit specialty coffee organization, providing job training and employment opportunities for asylees, refugees, and special immigrant visa holders via our two-week Barista Training Program. Given the criticality of employment for both economic stability and social integration, the Barista Training Program was developed as a springboard for trainees  into jobs that pay living wages and serve as a connection point  to the community. Since 2015, 200 trainees have graduated from the Barista Training Program, with 80% going on to find quality employment, earning an average $19/hour, either at one of 1951’s three cafes or one of our partner companies (including, Blue Bottle, Red Bay, Highwire, Equator and Starbucks).

$15 provides milk and coffee beans for barista training

Category: Refugees and the Displaced
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Berkeley Food & Housing Project’s mission is to ease and end the crisis of homelessness in our communities. Since 1970, BFHP has been a compassionate provider of food, housing, and support services. We work one-on-one with clients to help them move toward independence and into safe and affordable housing. In addition to offering a free Community Meal 5 days a week, BFHP operates emergency shelters for men and women, housing and employment support for Veterans and their families, permanent supportive housing for clients with serious mental health diagnoses, and programs for clients to shelter in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. BFHP would love for every one of our residential clients to have a gift to open on Christmas morning.

$25 Buys 1 Holiday gift

Category: Refugees and the Displaced
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EMPOWER A CHILD TO RISE TO HER GOD-GIVEN POTENTIAL

CHILDREN RISING is an Oakland nonprofit partnering with under-resourced Oakland public schools to provide life-changing, one-on-one reading and math tutoring for second-grade children who cannot read or count. Church volunteers have tutored these children for more than ten years at various elementary schools in Oakland. Due to COVID, 80% of second-grade children living in our lowest-income neighborhoods are now testing at kindergarten level for reading and math skills.

$25 provides half of a family literacy kit that includes guided use of phonics tools, sight words & children’s books.

Category: Education
$15

Cityteam is a Christian non-profit organization dedicated to serving those who are poor or homeless around the United States since 1957. During these challenging Covid-19 times, Cityteam has continued  to serve the community by providing meals and shelter for men and women as they grow and heal and gain new life skills centered in the love and mercy of Christ. The broader Oakland community is being served with increased meal deliveries and living and school supplies. Some highlights: 

  • The women in the Turning Point house (formerly House of Hope), continue  to grow in community in a safe and supportive environment surrounded  by the garden.  
  • A new transition mens’ house creates growth opportunities with housing  for graduates of the program.  
  • The Washington Street building is receiving much needed physical improvements, preparing for expanded programming and community services.

$15 will provide food, shelter and  compassionate love to members of the Oakland community

Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$10

Congo Initiative (CI) is a global fellowship led by Congolese vision and united for the transformation of lives and communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). CI educates ethical leaders, invests in a sustainable vibrant Congolese society, and develops grassroots initiatives for peace, hope, and justice. Long-term cycles of conflict, poverty, and illness continue to plague Congo. Just over the past two years, over 2,000 people have been killed and hundreds of thousands displaced due to armed conflict. Children and women are disproportionately affected by these realities, often facing barriers to education and resources needed to break cycles of violence and poverty. 

We work to break these barriers through formal and informal education. Through primary education, children learn to see a future full of hope. Through vocational training and counseling, women find ways to heal and improve their livelihoods. Through transformative higher education, women are equipped to become the leaders their country desperately needs.

$10 provides the material for one woman to learn to sew.

Category: Education
$25

Congo Initiative (CI) is a global fellowship led by Congolese vision and united for the transformation of lives and communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). CI educates ethical leaders, invests in a sustainable vibrant Congolese society, and develops grassroots initiatives for peace, hope, and justice. Long-term cycles of conflict, poverty, and illness continue to plague Congo. Just over the past two years, over 2,000 people have been killed and hundreds of thousands displaced due to armed conflict. Children and women are disproportionately affected by these realities, often facing barriers to education and resources needed to break cycles of violence and poverty. 

We work to break these barriers through formal and informal education. Through primary education, children learn to see a future full of hope. Through vocational training and counseling, women find ways to heal and improve their livelihoods. Through transformative higher education, women are equipped to become the leaders their country desperately needs.

$25 helps a child receive a primary education for half of the school year.

Category: Education
$25

Free Burma Rangers work in conflict-ridden areas of Burma,  Kurdistan, Iraq, and Syria. We share humanitarian relief, medical  help, and the stories of people caught in the middle of conflict. These people are often unseen by the rest of the world, and with little help from other aid groups. Free Burma Rangers trains medics to provide care and the “Good Life Club” helps children impacted by war. Recently we provided aid to more than 29,000 people from ISIS families in Syria. Most of all, we want to point people to Jesus and share the love that He gives.  

$25 buys five Good Life Club t-shirts for children in Syria or supports a new medic training at our Jungle School of Medicine-Kawthoolei in Burma

Category: Health and Medical
$30

We are a humble organization built from the sweat, tears, and hard work of the community and visitors from around the world. The work is grassroots. We've relied on the generosity of community volunteers and neighborhood organizations to support our work over the past year.

Your gift supports our long-term vision for the care of George Floyd's Memorial and join those who wish to support our vision for growth and sustainability: a permanent home for the growing collection of offerings, a full-time staff, and continuing to offer a community space for racial justice education while contributing to the economic growth of the neighborhood at 38th & Chicago in Minneapolis.

$30 contributes to the long-term vision care for the George Floyd Memorial

Category: GCC2021 Partners
$15

Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley builds strength,  stability, and self-reliance through homeownership. Here in the Bay Area, new homeowner and single mom Julieta worked on her credit with a Habitat counselor before applying to purchase a home. “It’s so empowering… I never thought I could say I’m  building my own home. If I can help other single moms know  that I’ve come this far, I want to encourage them.” By providing  an affordable mortgage, homebuyer training, and new skills from  500 hours of “sweat equity,” Habitat empowers homeowners like Julieta to show her daughter that anything is possible.  

$15 buys a 15 lb. box of nails to build a Habitat home

Category: Economic Development
$25

Harbor House is a Christian community development organization that serves children and families in the San Antonio neighborhood of Oakland. We seek to provide a safe place for opportunities, resources, and relationships to be shared so that all families in Oakland can flourish. Our programs are Christ-centered, relational, and empowering, and they focus on the education, leadership development, spiritual formation, and health of our community.

Our Youth

Leadership Program (YLP) offers high school students an opportunity to become community leaders by gaining hands-on work experience. YLP interns tutor and mentor the elementary children in our after-school program and participate in leadership development seminars. In addition to gaining new friendships and tools for future success, each intern receives a $500 stipend from Harbor House for successfully completing a semester of the internship.

Gifts given through Gift World will support teens in our Youth Leadership Development Programs.

Category: Refugees and the Displaced
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In 17 communities throughout the developing world, IJM protects the poor from human trafficking and other violence by partnering with local authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen justice systems. Mandatory court fees can be an intimidating barrier for poor families seeking justice. Many simply cannot afford to  pursue a case for their child. You can help cover the cost of taking a case to court for a young victim of child sexual assault and getting the justice they deserve.  

IJM continues to be relentless in the fight for justice during COVID-19. Providing critical supplies and resources to protect and aid IJM staff and clients, will help IJM to continue to bring  rescue, accountability, and restoration. 

$30 to fund Urgent COVID-19 Response Needs

Category: Trafficking
$25

The International Rescue Committee was founded in 1933, at the suggestion of Albert Einstein, to assist Europeans suffering under the Nazi regime. Since then, the IRC has become a global  leader in humanitarian response. It reaches people affected by conflict and disaster in more than 40 countries around the world and, through its newly merged Resettlement, Asylum & Integration (RAI) department, helps rebuild the lives of refugees who have been resettled in countries such as the United States. Since 1975, IRC has provided comprehensive resettlement and integration services to nearly 400,000 refugees representing of 119 distinct nationalities. 

$25 helps stock a refugee family’s new home with household supplies and essentials as they begin their new life in the Bay Area

Category: Economic Development
$10

MISSSEY (MOTIVATING, INSPIRING,  SUPPORTING, AND SERVING SEXUALLY  EXPLOITED YOUTH) 

MISSSEY is an Oakland nonprofit that envisions a world where no young person is bought, sold, and exploited. MISSSEY provides services to commercially sexually exploited youth in our community and works for systemic change. Many that we serve are victims and survivors of multiple human rights abuses. Through MISSSEY, they receive nonjudgmental, trauma-informed, and  healing-centered services provided by staff with cultural humility,  compassion, and relevant life experience. Through our services, we help support these resilient young women, spread awareness  about this terrible epidemic, and prevent future exploitation.

$10 helps provide a young mother with diapers, wipes, bottles, or baby food, freeing her from  being dependent on an exploitative relationship

Category: Trafficking
$5

MISSSEY (MOTIVATING, INSPIRING,  SUPPORTING, AND SERVING SEXUALLY  EXPLOITED YOUTH) 

MISSSEY is an Oakland nonprofit that envisions a world where no young person is bought, sold, and exploited. MISSSEY provides services to commercially sexually exploited youth in our community and works for systemic change. Many that we serve are victims and survivors of multiple human rights abuses. Through MISSSEY, they receive nonjudgmental, trauma-informed, and  healing-centered services provided by staff with cultural humility,  compassion, and relevant life experience. Through our services, we help support these resilient young women, spread awareness  about this terrible epidemic, and prevent future exploitation.

$5 provides a young woman with a bus pass to get to MISSSEY, her job, or a safe place to sleep

Category: Trafficking
$10

The New Life Center Foundation, located in Chiang Mai, Thailand, provides comprehensive residential aftercare for survivors of forced labor, sexual abuse, domestic violence, neglect, and human trafficking. Counseling is an essential element in the rehabilitation of youth who have survived exploitation. Individual  and group therapy sessions help residents know they are not alone as they struggle to make sense of their experiences. Your support equips us to continue responding to their physical,  psychological, and spiritual needs. Thank you for supporting our residents in their process of healing and growth. 

$10 provides an hour of one-on-one counseling for a New Life Center resident

Category: Trafficking
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OIHS provides quality alternative education to recently arrived refugee and immigrant students from 30+ countries who speak more than 35 languages. A great number of these students arrive at OIHS with significant gaps in their formal education, and many have fled war, violence, and extreme economic hardship. OIHS is committed to connecting these students services that support their transitions and participation in their new US homes. Many of these students and families have been hit particularly hard by the Covid-19 shutdowns and are facing housing, food, and other financial insecurity, while managing the digital divide during distance-learning. The school's wellness team and student leaders are working with the Alameda County Food Bank to offer a weekly on-site food pantry, providing weekly food deliveries to families.

$2: Pays for a box of food to be delivered to an OIHS family each week 

Category: Education
$20

OIHS provides quality alternative education to recently arrived refugee and immigrant students from 30+ countries who speak more than 35 languages. A great number of these students arrive at OIHS with significant gaps in their formal education, and many have fled war, violence, and extreme economic hardship. OIHS is committed to connecting these students services that support their transitions and participation in their new US homes. Many of these students and families have been hit particularly hard by the Covid-19 shutdowns and are facing housing, food, and other financial insecurity, while managing the digital divide during distance-learning. The school's wellness team and student leaders are working with the Alameda County Food Bank to offer a weekly on-site food pantry, providing weekly food deliveries to families.

$20: Pays for one week of stipend for an OIHS student leader intern

Category: Education
$6

Oasis Africa Counseling Center provides psychological support  to vulnerable groups in Kenya and beyond. As part of our community outreach, Mashaka Children’s Center provides care,  counsel, food, and education to 200 orphans and vulnerable  children in a rural slum in Meru. For the Mashaka Educational  Center, education remains a priority as Oasis desires to plant  a seed of change and transformation in these slums. Mashaka  parents cannot afford to purchase textbooks and books for the  school libraries. Indeed, with $3 per day intermittent income from casual labor, they can hardly put food on the table. This year, Oasis desires to set up a library that will be open to all the children. Developing reading habits early in life will enhance their literacy and communication skills as well as assist them in  understanding the content of various academic subjects.  

$6 will buy a library book or textbook for the Mashaka children

Category: Health and Medical
$25

Opportunity International is a global nonprofit working to end extreme poverty. We give small loans, training, and support  to people living on less than $2 per day so that they can grow their businesses and send their kids to school. We’ve worked in  developing countries for 50 years, empowering millions of small business owners, farmers, and educators. OI provides a hand up  approach, rather than a handout. Opportunity responds to Jesus Christ’s call to love and serve the poor. We seek to emulate the  “Good Samaritan” whose compassion crossed ethnic groups  and religions and aims to serve the more difficult places where others cannot. 

$25 helps a woman grow her business and send her children to school so that she can break the cycle of poverty forever

Category: Economic Development
$25

Project Mercy’s vision is to renew the heart of a nation by rooting out spiritual and systematic poverty at the roots. One of Project Mercy’s goals is to alleviate poverty for this generation and eradicate it for the next. However, the current generation of expecting mothers needs help to deliver healthy babies. It is common for Ethiopian mothers to lose multiple children before their first birthday due to a lack of trained medical professionals and facilities. With your help, Project Mercy is working to save the lives of mothers and their unborn children by providing prenatal care, delivery, post-natal care, and vaccination at no cost. For women with high-risk pregnancies, the Lie-In-Wait Home gives mothers access to a medical professional 24 hours a day along with healthy meals.

Last year, you helped 604 mothers give birth at the hospital with a trained medical professional. The Maternal Newborn Care Department provided 4,842 prenatal and post-natal care visits for mothers. This increase is a victory because Ethiopian women do not traditionally seek care when delivering their babies. However, as more women seek treatment, the cost to help them goes up. Will you help us save the lives of expecting mothers and their babies?

$25 to help expecting mothers in rural Ethiopia

Category: Health and Medical
$25

The pandemic caused gaps in learning for children of all ages living in urban-marginal communities and rural areas; since families don't have internet access and adequate or enough electronic devices to continue children's education. To make matters worse, parents lost their jobs to the pandemic making it even more difficult to maintain their children in the school system; thus, dropout rates skyrocketed. 

In Roblealto, we aim to provide children ages 1-13 a school program that will help them get caught up in their academic process. Given by licensed teachers trained to work with populations in social vulnerability, the goal is to get the children excited and motivated with school again, by carrying out an interactive, well-thought-out program to help them achieve school success. In this program we will have 365 children and the school packet costs $25.

Your support will greatly make a difference, fighting inequality by providing the proper education the Roblealto children need.

Category: Health and Medical
$10

Since March of 2013, RotaCare Richmond has been providing bilingual medical care for uninsured adults in Richmond, California. We have an all-volunteer, 90 member staff that  provides a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic medical services, all offered free of charge to those with the least access and greatest need for care. In the past year the clinic has expanded services to include a Women’s Health Clinic as well as specialized care for patients living with diabetes, asthma, and hypertension. In addition to addressing medical needs, RotaCare strives to keep people working and thriving in relationships. 

$10 will provide a complete blood count for a patient

Category: Health and Medical
$20

Since March of 2013, RotaCare Richmond has been providing bilingual medical care for uninsured adults in Richmond, California. We have an all-volunteer, 90 member staff that  provides a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic medical services, all offered free of charge to those with the least access and greatest need for care. In the past year the clinic has expanded services to include a Women’s Health Clinic as well as specialized care for patients living with diabetes, asthma, and hypertension. In addition to addressing medical needs, RotaCare strives to keep people working and thriving in relationships.

$20 will provide a comprehensive organ function test

Category: Health and Medical
$30

"Making surprising friendships possible," is how the School for Conversion works to build beloved community in Durham, North Carolina. A popular education center in the tradition of the folks schools of the labor movement and the citizenship schools of the civil rights era, SFC's Walltown Aspiring Youth program creates small cohorts of youth to focus on personal, spiritual, and community development. The Ann Atwater Freedom Library hosts an archive of Durham-based community activist Ann Atwater's work and a collection of fiction and nonfiction focused on America's Black-led freedom struggle. 

$30 provides a meal for a WAY Team meeting, where teens learn to cook and fellowship together

The PPC is a coalition of hundreds of organizations. While we mobilize together for collective action, it would be hard to say "this $25 to the campaign will pay for X." School for Conversion is both our local partner in the campaign and the fiscal sponsor of the PPC coordinating committee in our state. By supporting the local work of SFC, people can support the campaign.

Category: GCC2021 Partners
$30

In response to the alarming escalation in xenophobia and bigotry resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON), Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA), and the Asian American Studies Department of San Francisco State University launched the Stop AAPI Hate coalition on March 19, 2020. The coalition tracks and responds to incidents of hate, violence, harassment, discrimination, shunning, and child bullying against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in the United States.

Our approach recognizes that in order to effectively address anti-Asian racism we must work to end all forms of structural racism leveled at Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color.

$30 helps fund low income, first generation AAPI high school students to intern for Stop AAPI Hate and promote educational equity and Ethnic Studies

Category: GCC2021 Partners
$10

The First Pres Street Meal is much more than hot, tasty food served to 150 of our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness and food-insecurity. It is a loud, energetic, sometimes raucous experience of God's grace. On the second and last Saturday of each month, a team of volunteers opens their hearts-and First Pres kitchen-to work and serve dinner. Guests are welcomed and provided with a hot meal and a bagged lunch for later; coffee or iced tea; clothing, toiletries, two masks and bedding. Time spent with our guests even in a socially-distant way, is a reminder that every life is precious. 

$10 provides a hot nourishing meal, a bagged lunch, and a welcoming hand to someone in need

Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$30

The impact of the economic crisis particularly related to the prices of food is much worse on Syrian refugees who have already been suffering from lack of resources. 

This is the main reason for Together, For the Family (TFF) to help in this dire situation. We will  prepare 1000 food baskets consisting of the following materials: rice, sugar, flour, oil, cheese, pasta, lentils, tea, tomatoes, luncheon meat, tomato sauce, bulgur, beans and chickpeas to be distributed to families throughout the month of Ramadan. The cost of each basket is $30.00 (total of $30,000).

The children whom we care for their education and well-being at our centers need to have at least a healthy hot meal a day. We aim to feed 200 children with a daily hot meal on weekdays for a period of six months. Each meal will cost $2.00 (total of $24,000).

Fulfilling these two urgent needs will achieve at least three purposes:

  • Presenting the love of Christ in a practical way at this hard time that is hitting Lebanon particularly the vulnerable Syrian children.
  • Bringing stability and safety to the Syrian refugees’ camps and surrounding areas. Pierre Al-Khoury, a public affairs researcher and member of the Board of Directors of the Lebanese Economic Association, noted that due to the economic situation Lebanon has not seen such petty crime rates since the Lebanese civil war. 
  • Keeping our children well and healthy as we educate them and equip them with relevant vocational training for a brighter future. 

$30 provides a family a food basket

Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$25

In partnership with compassionate community members in Berkeley, YEAH! provides shelter, case-management, mental health counseling, and supportive services to people ages 18 to 25 who are experiencing homelessness. YEAH!’s programs focus on co-creating community with young people to help them achieve the stability, wellness, and personal goals they desire. YEAH! is a program of Covenant House California. 

$25 provides YEAH!’s shelter program one  week of hot, nutritious meals

Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$10

YoungLife's national mission is to reach out to all high school students so every youth has the opportunity to hear the Gospel  and know Jesus Christ. Volunteer leaders educate students on the teachings of Jesus and provide homework help, college  preparation assistance, and basic life skills mentoring for independent living. YoungLife–Berkeley serves East Bay students holistically, meeting tangible and spiritual needs as volunteers walk alongside them during formative years. One of YoungLife's programs focuses on tutoring students who need extra attention in certain subjects. College-aged leaders and working-adult volunteers serve on a weekly basis by giving one-on-one attention to students in need. 

$10 purchases a meal for a student in need

Category: Education
1951 Coffee Company is a non-profit specialty coffee organization, providing job training and employment opportunities for asylees, refugees, and special immigrant visa holders via our two-week Barista Training Program. Given the critica Read More
Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$15
Berkeley Food & Housing Project’s mission is to ease and end the crisis of homelessness in our communities. Since 1970, BFHP has been a compassionate provider of food, housing, and support services. We work one-on-one with clients to Read More
Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$25
EMPOWER A CHILD TO RISE TO HER GOD-GIVEN POTENTIAL CHILDREN RISING is an Oakland nonprofit partnering with under-resourced Oakland public schools to provide life-changing, one-on-one reading and math tutoring for second-grade children wh Read More
Category: Education
$25
Cityteam is a Christian non-profit organization dedicated to serving those who are poor or homeless around the United States since 1957. During these challenging Covid-19 times, Cityteam has continued  to serve the community by provid Read More
Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$15
Congo Initiative (CI) is a global fellowship led by Congolese vision and united for the transformation of lives and communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). CI educates ethical leaders, invests in a sustainable vibrant Congol Read More
Category: Education
$10
Congo Initiative (CI) is a global fellowship led by Congolese vision and united for the transformation of lives and communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). CI educates ethical leaders, invests in a sustainable vibrant Congol Read More
Category: Education
$25
Free Burma Rangers work in conflict-ridden areas of Burma,  Kurdistan, Iraq, and Syria. We share humanitarian relief, medical  help, and the stories of people caught in the middle of conflict. These people are often unseen by the Read More
Category: Health and Medical
$25
We are a humble organization built from the sweat, tears, and hard work of the community and visitors from around the world. The work is grassroots. We've relied on the generosity of community volunteers and neighborhood organizations Read More
Category: GCC2021 Partners
$30
Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley builds strength,  stability, and self-reliance through homeownership. Here in the Bay Area, new homeowner and single mom Julieta worked on her credit with a Habitat counselor before applyin Read More
Category: Economic Development
$15
Harbor House is a Christian community development organization that serves children and families in the San Antonio neighborhood of Oakland. We seek to provide a safe place for opportunities, resources, and relationships to be shared so th Read More
Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$25
In 17 communities throughout the developing world, IJM protects the poor from human trafficking and other violence by partnering with local authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors, and strengthen justic Read More
Category: Trafficking
$30
The International Rescue Committee was founded in 1933, at the suggestion of Albert Einstein, to assist Europeans suffering under the Nazi regime. Since then, the IRC has become a global  leader in humanitarian response. It reaches people Read More
Category: Economic Development
$25
MISSSEY (MOTIVATING, INSPIRING,  SUPPORTING, AND SERVING SEXUALLY  EXPLOITED YOUTH)  MISSSEY is an Oakland nonprofit that envisions a world where no young person is bought, sold, and exploited. MISSSEY provides services to Read More
Category: Trafficking
$10
MISSSEY (MOTIVATING, INSPIRING,  SUPPORTING, AND SERVING SEXUALLY  EXPLOITED YOUTH)  MISSSEY is an Oakland nonprofit that envisions a world where no young person is bought, sold, and exploited. MISSSEY provides services to Read More
Category: Trafficking
$5
The New Life Center Foundation, located in Chiang Mai, Thailand, provides comprehensive residential aftercare for survivors of forced labor, sexual abuse, domestic violence, neglect, and human trafficking. Counseling is an essential elemen Read More
Category: Trafficking
$10
OIHS provides quality alternative education to recently arrived refugee and immigrant students from 30+ countries who speak more than 35 languages. A great number of these students arrive at OIHS with significant gaps in their formal educa Read More
Category: Education
$2
OIHS provides quality alternative education to recently arrived refugee and immigrant students from 30+ countries who speak more than 35 languages. A great number of these students arrive at OIHS with significant gaps in their formal educa Read More
Category: Education
$20
Oasis Africa Counseling Center provides psychological support  to vulnerable groups in Kenya and beyond. As part of our community outreach, Mashaka Children’s Center provides care,  counsel, food, and education to 200 orphans a Read More
Category: Health and Medical
$6
Opportunity International is a global nonprofit working to end extreme poverty. We give small loans, training, and support  to people living on less than $2 per day so that they can grow their businesses and send their kids to school. Read More
Category: Economic Development
$25
Project Mercy’s vision is to renew the heart of a nation by rooting out spiritual and systematic poverty at the roots. One of Project Mercy’s goals is to alleviate poverty for this generation and eradicate it for the next. However, the Read More
Category: Health and Medical
$25
The pandemic caused gaps in learning for children of all ages living in urban-marginal communities and rural areas; since families don't have internet access and adequate or enough electronic devices to continue children's educat Read More
Category: Health and Medical
$25
Since March of 2013, RotaCare Richmond has been providing bilingual medical care for uninsured adults in Richmond, California. We have an all-volunteer, 90 member staff that  provides a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic medical Read More
Category: Health and Medical
$10
Since March of 2013, RotaCare Richmond has been providing bilingual medical care for uninsured adults in Richmond, California. We have an all-volunteer, 90 member staff that  provides a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic medical ser Read More
Category: Health and Medical
$20
"Making surprising friendships possible," is how the School for Conversion works to build beloved community in Durham, North Carolina. A popular education center in the tradition of the folks schools of the labor movement and the Read More
Category: GCC2021 Partners
$30
In response to the alarming escalation in xenophobia and bigotry resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON), Chinese for Affirmative Action (CAA), and the Asian American Studies Department Read More
Category: GCC2021 Partners
$30
The First Pres Street Meal is much more than hot, tasty food served to 150 of our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness and food-insecurity. It is a loud, energetic, sometimes raucous experience of God's grace. On the second and Read More
Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$10
The impact of the economic crisis particularly related to the prices of food is much worse on Syrian refugees who have already been suffering from lack of resources.  This is the main reason for Together, For the Family (TFF) to hel Read More
Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$30
In partnership with compassionate community members in Berkeley, YEAH! provides shelter, case-management, mental health counseling, and supportive services to people ages 18 to 25 who are experiencing homelessness. YEAH!’s programs focus Read More
Category: Refugees and the Displaced
$25
YoungLife's national mission is to reach out to all high school students so every youth has the opportunity to hear the Gospel  and know Jesus Christ. Volunteer leaders educate students on the teachings of Jesus and provide homew Read More
Category: Education
$10