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2 Little 2 Ignore - 559-325-6553
As a Faith Based Organization, 2 Little 2 Ignore's specific purpose is to provide a safe and clean environment for children who have been abandoned and left homeless and in need of love and nurturing. Orphanages and specialized homes have been established for the purpose of housing the children and the caretakers where children receive training in life skills, education, personal hygiene and personal care. Services are provided to children who are medically fragile, developmentally delayed, handicapped, malnourished and homeless. Funding for American families wishing to adopt a child from an impoverished country will also be provided. The grant is to help with the expenses associated with the adoption.
Academy for New Americans - 559-253-6528
The program is to provide mentoring support for our Fresno Unified students. We are interested in volunteers who are flexiable, culture senistive and is willing to mentor students both academically and socially.
|ACEL-Fresno Charter High School - 559-286-0133
The Academy for Civic and Entrepreneurial Leadership (ACEL Fresno) is a
personalized, public, tuition-free, charter high school that connects a
diverse student body with entrepreneurial and leadership opportunities
and meaningful project-based-learning.
|Alliant International University, S.T.O.P. (Students
Targeted w/ Opportunities for Prevention) - 559-408-4589
is a school based prevention program w/ a mission to provide early
intervention services to at risk youth and their families. Services
include but are not limited to the following: Individual, family, and
group counseling, in addition to tutoring, mentoring, group outings, and
|Alternatives to Violence Project - 800-905-6765
Toward making communities safer for all, AVP volunteers conduct 18-hour
conflict resolution workshops that successfully reduce violent and
antisocial behavior in families, communities, prisons and workplaces.
|Alzheimer's & Memory Center - 559-227-4810
Evaluate memory impairments including the diagnosis of dementia and
Alzheimer's disease. Provide resources, referrals, treatment and
management plans. Support community physicians in the care of patients
with dementia. Conduct clinical and basic research on dementias. Provide
academic and community education to raise the standards of care of
|American Cancer Society - 559-451-0163
The American Cancer Society is dedicated to eliminating cancer as a
major health problem by saving lives, diminishing suffering and
preventing cancer, through research, education, advocacy and service.
|American Cancer Society Relay For Life -
The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a life-changing event that
gives everyone in communities across the globe a chance to celebrate the
lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and
fight back against the disease. At Relay, teams of people camp out at a
local high school, park, or fairground and take turns walking or running
around a track or path. Each team is asked to have a representative on
the track at all times during the event. Because cancer never sleeps,
Relays are overnight events up to 24 hours in length.
|American Diabetes Association: Central Valley -
Our mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of
all people affected by diabetes. We lead the fight against the deadly
consequences of diabetes and fight for those affected—by diabetes.
|American Heart Association - 559-435-5246
Our mission is to build healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases
|American Lung Association in California -
The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to
save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease through
Education, Advocacy and Research.
|American Red Cross Central Valley Chapter - 559-455-1000
The American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization led by volunteers
and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principles
of the International Red Cross Movement, will provide relief to victims
of disaster and help people prevent, prepare for and respond to
|Angels to the Rescue Inc. - 559-299-4071
We provide means, resources and services to families & individuals who
are facing poverty and economic crises Our goal is to assist them with
the necessary tools needed to survive. "One family at a time."
|Animal Compassion Team of California - 559-272-8696
To help serve the animals of our community, by educating,
spaying/neutering, rescuing, and combating aggressively those things
that destroy their quality of life.
|Animal Rescue of Fresno - 559-225-5715
We are a no-kill dog adoption center. We rescue healthy adoptable dogs
who are going to be euthanized and find homes for them.
|Apache Closet - 559-709-9317
Need came first,- Help as much as we can- Never close the door to anyone- Never throw away what we can give away- "If you don't wear it-share it".
|Apollo Crisis Rehabilitation Program - 559-498-0241
Apollo Residential Facility, for mentally ill adults aged 18-59 for
short-term rehabilitation. We assist Mentally ill adults transition back
into the community.
|Aquarius Aquarium Institute - 559-490-3473
To elevate public consciousness and understanding of our aquatic world.
|Arbor Education and Training - 559-230-4069
Mentoring makes a difference! That's the bottom-line, the final answer
to the question that asks, Why mentor? Mentoring makes a difference in
the life of the Mentor as well as the Mentee. Investing in a
Purpose-Driven Friendship with another person always.
|Arc Fresno - 559-226-6268
Arc Fresno empowers individuals with developmental disabilities to
attain greater independence by offering everyday life experiences in a
|Army Corps of Engineers/Eastman Lake - 559-689-3255
There are four main purposes why the Army Corps of Engineers built
Buchanan Dam. First to reduce flood damage, second for irrigation, third
recreation and fourth for natural resource management.
|Arte Americas - 559-266-2623
To make the Central Valley a flourishing place for Latino Arts and
|Atwater Police Activities League - 209-357-6297
Atwater PAL provides a common meeting ground for police, citizens, and the youth of the City of Atwater and Merced County in the area of social, educational, and recreational activities in order to foster and encourage our youth in faith of American principles and the traditions of sportsmanship, good will, and friendship. Atwater PAL positively impacts the lives of young people and works toward reducing juvenile crime by offering alternative and positive self-esteem building experiences through sports and educational activities.
|Aynesworth Elementary School PTA - 559-253-6410
PTA promotes community and family centered activities to provide
interactive opportunities to improve student attendance and to enhance
mentoring activities that focus on improving student self-confidence.
These additional activities work to ensure that each student will master
the academic knowledge and qualities of character necessary to succeed
in the world beyond school.
|Band of Neighbors Foundation - 559-375-7683
Our goal is to bring neighbors together to form a community. We use
technology to connect neighbors to strengthen neighborhoods. While our
solution will give neighborhoods of all types the ability to instantly
respond collectively to difficult circumstances, our ultimate goal is to
prevent problems before they occur.
|BBB Mediation Center of Fresno County - 559-256-6300
Provides dispute resolution servies to Fresno County residents and
organizations, including mediation, telephone conciliation, and
information. The Center handles civil cases, including business and
consumer disputes, personal injury and property damage, landlord-tenant,
and neighbor disputes. Volunteers must be trained in mediaiton by the
Center or other qualified training provider to meet the standards set by
California law. THERE IS A FEE FOR MEDIATION TRAINING, and although we
try to keep the fee as low as possible, we generally cannot waive it The
communication, problem solving, and mediation techniques learned and
practiced in our mediation training and through your volunteer service
will enhance your interpersonal communication, problem solving, and
dispute resolution skills. These skills can be effectively used at home,
in the workplace, and in a variety of social and community settings.
|Better Opportunities Builder Inc. - 559-443-8492
Better Opportunities Builder's mission is to provide and assist local
government entities to provide and expand both housing and economic
opportunities for low to moderate income persons.
|Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California -
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California helps children ages 6-18
reach their potential through professionally supported one-to-one
relationships. Opportunities in Fresno and Tulare.
|Big Fresno Fair - 559-650-3227
Fair Education is a program that allows students to visit The Big Fresno Fair free of charge in an educational effort to expose Fresno County children to the unique agricultural heritage and Fair tradition that is so unique to the Central Valley. The dates of this program for 2011 are October 7, 8 , 12, 13, 14, 15.
|Bill Smilie Aviation Center, EAA376 - 559-289-8000
We use aviation to inspire youth to pursue math, science and technology
|Bishop Paiute Tribe Environmental Management -
The mission of EMO is to promote environmental stewardship through
proactive approaches and solutions by sustaining our natural resources,
protection public safety and providing public awareness through
education, collaboration and policy
|Boys & Girls Clubs of Fresno County - 559-266-3117
We are on a mission to inspire and enable all young people, especially
those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential
as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
|Boys & Girls Clubs of Kern County - 661-325-3730
To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to
realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring
|Boys and Girls Club Merced County - 209-722-9922
Our Mission is the Movement's Reason for Being To enable all young
people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential
as productive, caring, responsible citizens. A Boys & Girls Club
Provides A safe place to learn and grow... Ongoing relationships with
caring, adult professionals... Life-enhancing programs and character
development experiences... Hope and opportunity.
|Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sequoias - 559-592-4074
To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach
their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.
|Boys 2 Men Girls 2 Women Foundation - 559-322-2066
To serve the community by assisting children between the ages of 6-18
years old in becoming productive members of society by instilling
positive Spiritual, Cultural, Educational, Vocational and Social values.
|Break the Barriers Inc - 559-432-6292
We have been given a stewardship of influence in the world of Inclusion.
Therefore, Break the Barriers is dedicated to accelerating awareness,
understanding, acceptance and education for all people with various
|Business Resource Group - 559-449-0875
BRG aides in the growth of small businesses.
|Califoria Emerging Technology Fund - Get Connected - 916-447-4099
We are looking for volunteers in Fresno who are interested in doing outreach work with the community. Our goal is to close the broadband gap in the Central Valley and get families connected to the internet. If families do not have the resources to get the internet at home, we will provide them with the resources necessary to find a computer lap close to their house, or a location where they can use the internet for free.
|California Feline Foundation - 559-233-8690
The California Feline Foundation is a no-kill shelter for cats and
kitten offering refuge and rehabilitation to hundreds of animals each
year. Our programs and services include adoptions, low-cost spaying and
neutering, foster care, and humane education. Volunteers must be 18
years or older. We do not participate in court ordered community
|California State University, Fresno - 559-278-4435
The Women's Resource Center provides services to enhance the learning and working experience of women in the university community. The center provides a supportive environment for interaction and self-discovery through a wide-range of campus activiti The WRC is commited to bring enlightment and empowerment to women's issues and we look for and encourage all people to volunteer and help out with our mission. Check out our web site for information.
|California Teaching Fellows Foundation -
Preparing future educators through a variety of academic and cultural
experiences that enhance leadership and professionalism, build greater
awareness of the social context of schools and ensure quality teachers
for all students.
|California-Hawaii Elks Major Project, Inc. -
Provide free home-based occupational-physical and speech language
therapy to children with disabilities from birth to 18 years of age and
free preschool vision screening, and college scholarships to qualified
applicants with disabilities.
|Caltrans District 6 Adopt A Highway - 559-243-3467
Since the Adopt-a-Highway program began in 1989, more than 120,000
Californians representing more than 6,000 groups have volunteered to
pick up roadside litter, paint over graffiti, plant wildflowers and
perform other beautification work. Their efforts have provided the state
with an estimated $120 million in free labor, and enabled Caltrans
maintenance workers to concentrate on more pressing needs.
|Care Fresno - 559-233-2000
To create safe and healthy communities in at-risk apartment complexes
through partnerships with law enforcement, faith-based organizations and
|Care Fresno - 559-271-5584
The mission of Care Fresno is to create safe and healthy communities in
major apartment complexes in Fresno County through partnerships with law
enforcement, faith-based organizations and community agencies with
resident neighborhood leadership.
|Carver Academy Middle School - 559-457-2620
Provide mentoring and tutoring for the students at Carver Academy during
our after school program.
|CASA of Fresno & Madera Counties - 559-244-6485
The mission of CASA of Fresno & Madera Counties is to recruit, train and
support citizen volunteers to advocate and speak for the best interests
of abused and neglected children in the child welfare and Juvenile Court
Systems. Volunteers must be 21 years of age and pass a comprehensive
training as well as have the following background checks completed: FBI,
DOJ, CACI, DMV, Megan's Law.
|CASA of Tulare County - 559-625-4007
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Tulare County speaks for the
innocent children who are victims of abuse and neglect advocating for
their safety and well-being by training community volunteers to
represent their best interest and be their voice in court.
|Castle Air Museum Foundation, Inc. - 209-723-2178
To preserve for present and future generations military aircraft past,
present and future; as well as other historical and contemporary
artifacts pertaining to the military of this and other countries.
|Castle Keep Elder Abuse Prevention Program of the Central Valley, Inc. - 559-978-8825
Castle Keep is deicated to providing the neessary safety skills and sustanance to elders at risk of abuse.
|Catholic Charities Diocese - 209-383-2494
Believing in the presence of God in our midst, we proclaim the sanctity of human life and the dignity of the person by sharing in the mission of Jesus given to the Church. Our goal is to provide help and create hope to individuals and families of those who come to us who are most vulnerable. To empower people to meet their needs address their issues, eliminate oppression and build a just, informed and compassionate community.
|Catholic Charities, Diocese of Fresno - 559-237-0851
Respecting the presence of God among us, we serve, advocate dor and
empower those in need.
|Cat House on the Kings - 559-638-8696
Our agency rescues and adopts out felines of all ages. We also provide low-cost spays and neuters for all of Fresno County and beyond. We do provide educational materials regarding the spaying and neutering of pets.
|Cats In Need Of Human Care - 909-622-0121
Cats In Need Of Human Care is an organization of volunteers who cooperate with one another & the community to find good, loving homes for homeless pets; promote spay/neuter; and responsible pet ownership.
|Cedar Gardens Neighborhood Network Center -
To give the residents of the complex affordable housing and provide job
training skills, resume creation class, access to six operating
computers, access to the internet to hold up to 50 email accounts.
|Center for Multicultural Cooperation -
The Center for Multicultural Cooperation promotes educational programs for social and civic responsibility, service-learning, media, art, history and multicultural cooperation. We mobilize young people to become civically engaged, use technology to serve their community, and honor the ideals and legacy of those whose stories they preserve.
|Center of Vision Enhancement (COVE) - 209-722-8118
The mission of COVE is to support people with any level of visual
impairment to enhance their quality of life by developing independence
through multi-dimensional services and resources.
|Central California Blood Center
North Fresno - 559-324-1211
Central Fresno - 559-224-2900
Porterville - 559-781-5532
Visalia - 559-625-3121
To provide comprehensive blood products, services and educational
support to the community and the over 30 hospitals in the five county
region that we serve.
|Central California Labrador Retriever Rescue -
We are the Central Valley Chapter of the Central California Labrador
Retriever Rescue. Our goal is to find loving homes for abused, abandoned
or unwanted Labrador Retrievers in the Central Valley. We need
volunteers for fostering, transporting of dogs, adoption events, and
|Central California Legal Services - 559-570-1200
Our mission: to advance justice and empower people through education,
outreach and zealous representation in civil legal matters.
|Central California SPCA - 559-233-7722
Our Mission is to Prevent Cruelty to Animals and Promote the Quality of
Life of all Creatures through Rescue, Protection, Placement, Education,
Leadership and Good Example. The Central California Society is staffed
with dedicated people serving the Central California Area with
commitment, compassion, and purpose to fulfill what our name implies for
the prevention of cruelty to animals.
|Central Community Development Center - 559-252-7777
Central Community Development Center (CCDC) is a 501 c 3 non Profit
Organization, Founded and headed by Reverend Don Lockhart. Since CCDC is
a Faith Based organization, they receive no government funding for their
project, and they are depending on individual contributors like you to
make this project a success.
|Central Fresno Weed and Seed - 559-237-4741
Our mission is to unite and empower area residents, so as to collaborate and coordinate with law enforcement, civic entities, and other community-based organizations to leverage resources that serve the strategic plan, programs, goals, objectives and milestones of our Weed and Seed Strategy as an effort to improve the quality of life in a targeted area.
|Central Valley Book Bank - 559-243-3675
The vision of the Central Valley Book Bank (CVBB) is that every child in
the Central Valley will have access to an adequate supply of age
appropriate books to help them become proficient readers. As a project
of United Way of Fresno County, CVBB provides free and low cost
children's books to schools and nonprofit organizations servicing low
income and disadvantaged populations. Our mission is to act as a
resource for all types of programs in their efforts to develop a desire
to read and improve reading skills while enhancing classroom and home
|Central Valley Business Incubator (CVBI) -
Designed to stimulate economic growth and create jobs, CVBI offers
business development services and physical resources to ensure the
success of local startup and early-stage companies. CVBI offers classes
that teach business fundamentals and train entrepreneurs for their
|Central Valley Childrens Services Network -
Children's Services Network's mission is to improve the quality of life
for children and their families by providing resources, information and
education on child care, early childhood development, and family issues.
|Central Valley Cycling - 559-284-0243
We are a local cycling club that helps to promote bicycle safety and
team racing to the community.
|Central Valley Multiples Club - 559-265-3434
The Central Valley Multiples Club (CVMC) is a non-profit membership organization whose primary purpose is to inform, encourage and support our members in the sometimes challenging but rewarding task of raising multiple birth children. Our volunteers facilitate the exchange of information, ideas, and clothing/equipment through our newsletter, website, monthly meetings and library. There are also various social events for moms, children and the whole family throughout the year which provide members with much-needed support and opportunities to form lasting friendships with other mothers and families of multiples. CVMC also has philanthropic interest in the community through its activities and fundraisers. As a subordinate of the National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs (NOMOTC), the club shall also adhere to the mission of its parent organization. The National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to supporting families of multiple birth children through education, research, and networking. In partnering with local support groups, health care providers, researchers and educators, and with the highest standards of integrity, respect, and professionalism, we endeavor to aid parents of multiples and to raise public awareness of the unique qualities of multiple birth families.
|Centro La Familia Advocacy Services, Inc. -
To empower low -income people to access life-sustaining resources.
|Chapel of Grace (for Women in Prison) - 559-448-7795
To develop funds to build an All-Faith, Non Denominational quiet refuge
and transcendent sanctuary facilitating personal, spiritual
transformation and rehabilitation for women incarcerated at Valley State
Prison for women in Chowchilla CA, and their children.
|Children's Hospital Central California -
The Volunteer Services program complements the healthcare experience at
Children's Central California by providing an extra dimension of care
and service. MISSION: To provide high quality, comprehensive health care
services to children, regardless of their ability to pay.
|Citizens United for Better Communities, Inc. -
Social Guidance and Human Development services. We seek persons
interested in becoming mentors and tutors for Substance Abuse Awareness
|City of Clovis - 559-324-2729
Define and deliver local government better than anyone today and
|City of Fresno - Fresno Connect - 559-621-7720
Creating Community Through People Parks and Programs
|City of Fresno Parks, Rec. and Community Services -
Provide opportunities for Fresno residents to explore a career, learn
new skills, obtain on the job training and invest their time and talents
in the community.
|City of Fresno, Code Enforcement Division -
Our request for volunteers is to help the elderly, the handicapped, and
the poverty stricken to cleanup their property. Also, graffiti
paint-outs and neighborhood cleanups in our community. Please call me if
you have any questions regarding our request for volunteer groups.
|City of Selma - 559-891-2237
The City of Selma provides services for residents of the community to
enhance the quality of life and protect the citizens. We utilize
volunteers in areas that include arts, seniors, police, recreation,
clerical, beautification, animal shelter and youth.
|Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture -
Art museum and study center for the research and display of Japanese art and cultural objects ranging from the 12th to 20th centuries. We host three to four exhibitions per year as well as a lecture series, educational series, and other special events. Volunteers at the Lee Institute receive a unique opportunity to learn about all aspects of Japanese art and culture, to participate in research projects, host special events, and enjoy direct access to a world-class art collection in a contemplative rural setting.
|Clovis Botanical Garden - 559-298-3091
Our mission is to demonstrate low water use plants to gardeners and to create a relaxing, inviting garden.
|Clovis Unified School District - Project SMART Mentoring Program - 559-327-1997
Provide a school-based one-to-one mentoring relationship for at-risk
children. Assist with support and guidance from mentors.
|Cole Elementary PTC II - 559-246-6778
Your Cole PTC II Objectives To promote the welfare of children and enhance their education. To cooperate with the school to support the improvement of education, to aid with input from the Cole community, and to establish open communications between parents and staff. To support and raise funds through programs and projects benefiting students at Cole.
|Collective Roots - 650-324-2769
The mission of Collective Roots is to educate and engage youth and communities in food system change through sustainable programs that impact health, education, and the environment. Collective Roots achieves its mission through the innovative integration and implementation of two key program areas: garden-based education and food systems change. We rely on extensive collaboration and partnership to enable all aspects of our work, and we receive the support of hundreds of volunteers in order to achieve our goals and objectives.
|Community Collective Project - 559-892-1467
CCP's mission is to foster community wide responsibility by helping to prevent domestic violence and by helping mothers and fathers who are incarcerated, pregnant teens, single parents, teenage drop outs, recreational drug users, and so many more. CCP will foster responsibility by educating women, youth, and families. The knowledge obtained will enable each person to embrace every possible opportunity that comes their way as a stepping stone for achievement. It will encourage each person to step away from negative lifestyles and poor decision making, while empowering them to become successful and productive citizens who will pass on the knowledge they have learned. They will engage in their individual lives and communities as adults because of the tools and information they are given during their participation in the various prevention and empowerment programs that CCP, Inc. offers.
|Community Food Bank Fresno - 559-237-3663
To address the immediate mutritional needs and provide sustainable
solutions for the food insecure through the operation on an efficient
food acquisition and distribution system, community outreach and public
|commUNITY Fresno - 559-464-5283
Organize our neighbors, friends, and family around a common goal of
effecting change in our community.
|Community Link - A GLBT Community Service Organization - 559-266-5465
To promote social well-being of individuals within the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) community through education and entertainment; - to be instrumental in promoting a better understanding of the GLBT community by networking with other segments of the general population; - to promote and support the Arts and cultural exchanges - and to develop services and programs for the GLBT community as they arise.
|Community Medical Center
Clovis - 559-324-4091
Fresno - 559-459-6790
Improve the health status of the community and to promote medical
|Community Partnership Alliance - 209-724-0973
Engaging Meaningful Community Action The Community Partnership Alliance (CPA) is a community-led, multi-ethnic initiative to create, leverage, and promote change that maximizes the educational and economic prosperity of our multicultural community. Founded in Merced in 2003, the CPA strives to serve as local and national model for community change that engages and advocates for all persons. We place a special emphasis on empowering and increasing the voice of under-represented communities, who often are left out of our civic and social change efforts because of educational, language, and cultural barriers. As home to the 10th UC Campus (UC Merced) our activities place special attention to the opportunities and responsibilities that exist in Merced County and the surrounding Central Valley. If you share these ambitions, please join us.
|Community Regional Burn Center - 559-459-3751
Community Regional Burn Center is the only nonprofit burn center serving
the central valley and central coast.
|Community Services & Employment Training (CSET) -
Strengthen youth, families, and communities through education,
employment training, youth development, housing, mentoring, community
and leadership building, job creation, environmental stewardship and
other strategies that support self-reliant families and caring
|Community Youth Ministries - 559-638-6585
Serve the social and spiritual needs of area youth by supplementing the
work of community agencies, schools, and churches.
|Comprehensive Addiction Programs - 559-264-5096
Provide the tools, education, and support to recover that which has been
lost through addiction and to rebuild the lives of individuals,
families, co-workers, and communities.
|Comprehensive Youth Services - 559-229-3561
Comprehensive Youth Services (CYS), a out-patient behavioral health
agency, has provided quality mental health interventions and supportive
services to underserved, at-risk and/or violence-exposed children,
adolescents and families in Fresno County. The agency’s primary goal is
to prevent child abuse and neglect, to ensure the well being of every
child/youth, and to aid in building stronger, more resilient families.
|Cooper Middle School - 559-248-7053
To educate adolescents ages 11-13 in 7th and 8th grade. Our mission is to assist students in becoming fully functioning adults. Volunteers must love kids and enjoy being around and with them.
|Coordinating Council of Guilds, Children's Hospital
To raise funds, advocate for children and promote good will for
Children’s Hospital. La Tienda runs a Thrift Store in the Tower District
to raise money for Children's Hospital Central California. They have
been in existence for 50 years. Almost of of the volunteers in this
Guild are of retirement age or older.
|Court Appointed Special Advocates Fresno/Madera -
CASA of Fresno and Madera Counties mission is to recruit, train, and
support citizen volunteers to advocate and speak for the best interests
of abused and neglected children in the Child Welfare and Juvenile Court
|Creative Center Foundation -
The Creative Center Foundation exists to provide financial support for The Creative Center and to help promote The Creative Center in our Community. The Creative Center is a community arts center for developmentally disabled adults with the mission of fostering self-expression through: The arts Community integration Providing cultural resources to the community Recognizing the individualys value and contribution.
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