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Every child across the world has the fundamental human right to a loving, permanent family. Across The World Adoptions mission is to create nurturing families through intercountry adoptions that serve the child’s best interests. They are committed to the ethical provision of professional services that educate and support families throughout the cross-cultural adoption journey. They endorse humanitarian efforts in the global community for the child who still waits for a family.
The mission of the Chico Cat Coalition is to rescue the feral and abandoned domestic cats from lower Bidwell Park. In conjunction with this mission, the Chico Cat Coalition provides the rescued cats with veterinary care and spray or neuter sugeries, and fosters them until they are adopted into permanent homes. The Chico Cat Coalition also seeks to increase public awareness about responsible cat care, the necessity of spaying and neutering, and the consequences of cat abandonment.
The Oakland Museum of California’s mission is to provide exemplary collections, exhibitions and educational services in ways that generate wider public understanding of California’s environment, history and art, and to create a broad passsion and support for the museum. Museum activities will always be responsive, accesible and relevant to the public, including school children, teachers, scholars, the immediate Oakland community, and an increasingly diverse California population.
United Cerebral Palsy of San Francisco was founded in 1951, and UCP of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties in 1952. In May of 1999 the two joined to form UCP of the Golden Gate, a network of support and information that spans the San Francisco Bay and serves thousands in our diverse communities. United Cerebral Palsy of the Golden Gate advocates the inclusion and advancement of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities into the economic, social, and political life of the community. Our goal is to make the Greater Bay Area a richer place to live and work as a result of the efforts of our staff and supporters.