Whether your desire is to help disadvantaged youth, stop domestic violence, feed the hungry, bring awareness to the environment, improve America’s public education system, build infrastructure in third world countries, raise money for cancer research, or any variety of charitable causes, Project 51 will partner with you and your preferred established 501(c) non-profit organization to fund the project.
who can become a partner?
Any charity with a non-profit federal tax ID number can qualify as a partner charity. Project 51 will develop a partnership with specific charities to promote the project to supporters, increasing the annual donation Project 51 makes to fund the needs of our partner charities.
interested in joining our efforts?
please contact Christina Tecson to find out more about the Project 51 partner program.
You can also download Project 51 summary sheet for charities.
Project 51 is proud to be partnering with the following people and organizations.
You can also download a list of current charity partners and project funded.
Open to everyone and located in the tri-cities area, the mission of Centro De Servicios is to help poor and low-income families secure their basic needs and rights and become self sufficient and productive citizens. Our services include food distribution, a thrift store, translation services, immigration and citizenship services, senior group, literacy classes, youth programs and more.
The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA) helps 1.4 million Americans navigate their journey of living with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis. We foster community and empower patients. We provide education and support programs, community awareness and advocacy programs, as well as a camp for children. CCFA is also dedicated to finding a cure; and has been at the forefront of every major breakthrough in research over the last forty years, with current research bringing us ever closer to discovering the cause and the cure for these diseases.
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) is the worlds largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and patient services. Founded in 1949, we are relentless in the pursuit of our mission. Cure Leukemia, Lymphoma, Hodgkin's Disease and Myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. LLS has invested more than $750 million in research, approx 72 million in 2011 alone. Research funded by LLS has led to advances such as chemotherapy, bone marrow and stem cell transplantation and targeted therapies such as Gleevac, Rituxian, Velcade, Thaliclomid, Revlimid, Dacogen and Vidaza. With more than 50,000 advocacy volunteers throughout the country, their voice is being heard by those responsible for legislation to fund blood cancer research and educational programs. David Bevilacqua is a blood cancer survivor and is taking on many crazy challenges in an effort to raise needed funds and awareness for this cause.
The Mid-Peninsula Boys & Girls Club (MPBGC) is a non-profit organization that has served youth between the ages of 6 and 18 years since 1955. They are part of a national movement that began in 1860 and now serves over 4.8 million youth in over 4,000 Boys & Girls Clubs acroSs the country. Their Mission is to inspire and enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens. As part of their mission, they provide our members with a wide array of educational, recreational and social activities in a safe and structured environment during after-school hours.
The Milpitas Recreation Services Division is dedicated to providing endless opportunities for the Milpitas community to have recreational, healthful and educational experiences. The Division services all age groups (young children to senior citizens), through the various programs offered. Other offerings include city-wide special events, grants for cultural art events, and volunteer services. The Community Center, Senior Center, Teen Center and multiple outdoor facilities are also available to rent, for functions up to 300 people. The Parks Division is also responsible for the maintenance of over 25 parks and outdoor facilities.
The mission of the New Haven Schools Foundation is to promote community involvement to fund scholarships and educational enrichment to help students succeed in life. Established in 1981, NHSF provides an alternative source of funding for co-curricular and extra-curricular programs in the New Haven Unified School District in addition to funding mini-grants for teachers in the classroom. During the 2011/12 school year, the Foundation will award 87 scholarships totaling nearly $63,000 to high school seniors, give out nearly $4,000 in mini-grants for classroom teachers, and raise $100,000 to save the co-curricular and extra-curricular programs.
Hunger weakens you not only physically but mentally and emotionally as well. Our mission is to help provide food, warm clothing and blankets for people in need, school supplies to low income schools of the Bay Area, California community. We work to save the lives of malnourished children, the elderly and low-income families especially those who have become unemployed, while in quest of long-term resolution to end hunger through programs and support from our sponsors. OWH also operates to help vulnerable third world countries and within the extended community that lacks nutrition, food security and livelihoods, sanitation and personal hygiene.
Domestic Violence. It could be someone you know. Yet, with SAVE’s help, individuals gain hope for a life free of fear and of abuse. SAVE offers a continuum of services from crisis to the establishment of a violence-free, self-sufficient life. Our programs include prevention (community education, Teen Dating Violence Prevention), intervention (24-hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, law enforcement advocates, temporary restraining order clinics), and support (individual counseling, support groups, court accompaniment). SAVE is located in Southern Alameda County but serves clients from any city, county, state, or country.
League of Volunteers (LOV) is a multi-service nonprofit agency founded in 1979 to fill a gap left by cutbacks in school funding. Currently LOV operates approximately 40 varied community service programs both at our community service center and throughout the Tri-Cities area. LOV's mission is to promote volunteerism and enhance the quality of life in the Tri-Cities area of Fremont, Newark and Union City, California and to meet the needs of youth, senior citizens and the needy.
The mission of Union City Leisure Services is to provide exceptional facilities, services and programs that are inclusive, safe, fun and enhance the quality of life in our community. The Support Our Kids Scholarship (S.O.K.) offers a limited number of special scholarships for Union City youth 18 years and under who wish to experience a Leisure Services program but are unable to due to financial hardships.
Viola Blythe Community Services of Newark is a nonprofit, nonsectarian corporation organized to promote, support and advocate social and human services to any person who is in immediate need. This mission is accomplished by a variety of programs, including emergency food and clothing distribution, referrals to other agencies, special programs that address current community needs and holiday programs at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
PetersenDean is the largest privately held roofing and solar contractor in the United States. Headquartered in Newark, California, and operating in 15 regional offices across the United States, PetersenDean offers something few other companies can: the ability to guarantee all products and installations above the roofline. Their commitment to safety, superior quality customer service, and the environment has earned them an industry-wide reputation for excellence.
The Onetta Harris Community Center is home to various City of Menlo Park programs and special events which include, Multi-Cultural Days, Dances, Career Fairs, Holiday Celebrations, Community Classes, and Meetings. The center features a multi-purpose room, kitchen, gymnasium, computer lab, fitness center, conference room, pre-school room, and two classrooms, also offering rentals for Menlo Park residents and non-residents. Onetta Harris Community Center is located at 100 Terminal Ave, Menlo Park CA 94025, next to the Belle Haven Pool, Menlo Park Senior Center, Beechwood School, and the newly renovated Kelly Park.