Non-Profit

Non-Profit

Alameda Architectural Preservation Society

Dedicated to the Architectural Preservation of Historic Structures in the City of Alameda
The Alameda Architectural Preservation Society (AAPS), previously known as the Alameda Victorian Preservation Society (AVPS), was founded in 1972 and incorporated in 1975. At the time AAPS was founded, Victorian homes were being routinely demolished and replaced with apartment buildings. The Society was a vocal supporter of Measure A, which  was enacted into law as Article XXVI of the city charter. This law is still in effect and helps prevent the further destruction of historically significant homes by prohibiting their replacement with large multiple unit buildings. The continuing goal of AAPS is to increase public awareness and appreciation of historic architecture in Alameda.

http://www.alameda-preservation.org
Post Office Box 1677
Alameda, CA 94501
510-479-6489
Christopher Buckley
cbuckleyaicp@att.net
Alameda Civic Ballet

“Our mission is to create and present community accessible ballet performances while educating and engaging the community in the performing arts.

Alameda Ballet Academy and its affiliate performing company, Alameda Civic Ballet, were founded in 2003 by the Artistic Director, Abra Rudisill. Both the school and company were created to impart the best elements of the classical ballet tradition to local dance students and the surrounding community of the East Bay. In her lessons and leadership, Rudisill draws upon her 20 years of experience as a Prima Ballerina and Ballet Mistress with Oakland Ballet, and she seeks to carry on her artistic lineage through the education of Bay Area youth.

Alameda Civic Ballet was founded in February 2003 and achieved non-profit 501(c)(3) status as a charitable organization in November of 2004. The goal of the company is to create and present quality community accessible ballet performances, while providing young dancers with valuable experience performing alongside professional dancers.

http://www.alamedacivicballet.org/
1402 Park Street
Alameda, California 94501
510-337-1929
Abra Rudisill
alamedacivicballet@sbcglobal.net
Alameda Family Services

Early Head Start
Head Start
School-Based Health Centers
Homeless Youth Services
Counseling
Drug and Alcohol Treatment
Clinical Training Program

Early Head Start
Head Start
School-Based Health Centers
Homeless Youth Services
Counseling
Drug and Alcohol Treatment
Clinical Training Program

http://www.alamedaafs.org
2325 Clement Avenue
Alameda, CA 94501
510-629-6303
510-521-4155
Thomas Gallagher
tgallagher@alamedafs.org
Alameda Food Bank

The Food Bank’s mission is to provide nutritious food to the low-income residents of the City of Alameda on a non-discriminating basis. The Alameda Food Bank is a private, non-affiliated, non-profit, tax-exempt agency. The Food Bank is overseen by a board of directors composed of community volunteers. Its day to day operation is run by two paid staff members and over 150 volunteers.The Food Bank was founded in 1977 by a group of concerned local citizens who saw the need in the community for a source of free food for those in need. Originally the Food Bank operated out of a closet in the back room of a church. Two or three volunteers served an average of 35 individual recipients per month during the few hours that the Food Bank closet was open. As word of the Food Bank’s services spread within the community the number of recipients, and the number of volunteers recruited to serve those recipients, steadily increased. Open six days a week, the Food Bank’s 150+ volunteers serve over 5,600 individual recipients from the Food Bank’s 1500 square foot main distribution center (land donated by the City of Alameda) and its 8400 square foot warehouse.The community’s wide-spread acceptance and support of the Food Bank’s mission is evident in the continuing and generous donations we receive and the commitment of community volunteers. Though started on a shoestring, the Food Bank has become one of Alameda’s primary social service organizations.

The Food Bank’s volunteer Board of Directors is proud of the fact that the Food Bank has kept true to its mission: cost effectively providing low-income residents of Alameda with nutritionally balanced groceries, at no cost to the recipients. In addition to its regular food distribution programs, the Food Bank is Alameda’s distribution site for USDA government surplus food and also acts as a helpful information and referral service, advising our clients of the availability of other social services.

http://www.alamedafoodbank.org
Post Office Box 2167
Alameda, CA 94501
510-523-5850
Cindy Houts
director@alamedafoodbank.org
Alameda Friends of the Parks Foundation

Friends of the Parks Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization whose mission is to promote, protect and support recreation and park activities and community wellness in Alameda. Our success is dependent upon our members, volunteers and individual and business donors.

We support the preservation, knowledge and awareness of our natural resources through sponsoring community programs and projects in cooperation with the Alameda community and the Department of Recreation and Parks.

Over the past few years, our foundation has proudly donated to or sponsored the following projects and events:

Longfellow Playground Equipment
Godfrey Park Playground Equipment
Woodstock Park Playground Equipment
Lincoln Park Outdoor Exercise Equipment
Washington Park Outdoor Exercise Equipment
Park Tables and Signs
Splash into Spring Egg Scramble
Teen Halloween House
Starlight Movies in the Parks

Our ability to contribute to these projects that impact thousands of children and families is made possible by the generous contributions and support of organizations and individuals throughout Alameda, and our incredible team of volunteers.

 

 

http://www.alamedaparks.org/
2226 Santa Clara Avenue
Alameda, California 94501
510-599-1522
William Delaney
friendsoftheparksalameda@gmail.com
Alameda Meals on Wheels

Alameda Meals on Wheels (AMOW) is a locally-funded, seven-day-a-week program that has been delivering hot, nourishing meals to Alameda residents since 1973! Each day, holidays included, our cheerful and caring volunteers deliver a mid-day meal to more than 140 Alameda residents of all ages that need our assistance – whether due to recent surgery or hospitalization, because they aren’t able to get out to grocery shop, or because they can’t cook their own meals. Our subscribers pay on a sliding fee scale, based upon their ability.

Scores of volunteers provide the delivery system for the meals that are prepared daily by the kitchen staff at Bayview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. These volunteers often provide the only personal contact and conversation our homebound recipients have on a daily basis.

This year marks Alameda Meals On Wheels’ 40th Anniversary! Our program has enjoyed its longevity because of the incredible spirit of volunteerism shown by our meal delivery corps and because of the continuing generosity of those who donate to our program. It is also through the time and generosity of our board members that we are able to keep rolling.

We hope that this website provides you with an understanding of our service. Please feel free to contact us at any time if you have questions or need additional information.

http://www.alamedamealsonwheels.org
Post Office Box 2534
Alameda, CA 94501
510-865-6131
510-865-2179
Alameda Point Collaborative

Formed in 1999, APC transformed vacant military housing on the former Alameda Naval Air Station into a supportive housing community.  APC now operates 200 units of housing over 34 acres of land, and provides 500 formerly homeless residents, including more than 300 children and youth, with the safety and stability of a place to call home.  All residents have easy access to life and job skills training, substance abuse and mental health counseling provided by a team of highly skilled professionals.

Alameda Point Collaborative is a supportive housing community that uses all its resources to help families and adults break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.

APC places a special focus on the youth of its community.  All of these young people have been impacted by the experience of homelessness and need a great deal of support to ensure that they can overcome its effects.  As education is a key indicator of future success, APC helps its youngest residents build a solid foundation for life-long learning.
APC specializes in supportive training and job opportunities for residents  through our environmentally sustainable social enterprise businesses and other on-the-job  training programs.  We offer residents the opportunity to gain job skills while also learning about health, nutrition and horticulture.

We operate a retail plant nursery called Ploughshares Nursery where residents help propagation and customer services. Other residents work with our facilities team, in landscaping, with our career services team and on our urban farm as part of the Farm2Market project.

http://www.apcollaborative.org
677 West Ranger Avenue
Alameda, CA 94501
510-898-7800
510-522-7677
Doug Biggs
dbiggs@apcollaborative.org
Alameda Seals Baseball

 

Since 1985 the Seals have been one of the Bay Area’s elite baseball programs. The Seals Summer Collegiate team offers the public a safe, family-oriented, economic, and enjoyable entertainment experience. The Seals Summer Collegiate Baseball Team offers college-student athletes the opportunity to polish their baseball skills and expose their abilities to professional scouts and college coaches. Each year, the Seals attract some of the best Division 1 & 2 collegiate players who are chosen from throughout the United States . The games and tournaments promote competition and teach discipline and sportsmanship to the players. From our Youth Travel Baseball teams and all the way through our Summer Collegiate Baseball team we give our players the best opportunity to play in a professional environment. In addition to honing their athletic skills, the Seals support the athletes in developing their pride and increasing their scholastic pursuits in order to help them grow and mature. The Seals staff does their best to assist the athletes in obtaining scholarships and receiving exposure to professional scouts from Major League Baseball. The Seals also afford these collegiate athletes the opportunity to travel throughout several states including California, Alaska, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Kansas, and as well as internationally to Canada and Mexico.

Aside from being successful on the field, our key organizational goals consist of working with local city leaders and business owners to create local job opportunities. In addition, the Seals Baseball Club wants to be valued members of the community through our organizational commitment to community outreach and both advanced and beginner camps for the local youth here in Alameda. It is through these efforts that the Seals Baseball Club looks to build a long lasting partnership with the city of Alameda.
MISSION STATEMENT
The Seals baseball club is dedicated to serving the youth  in Northern California and providing positive role models for them. The club’s primary focus is to build character and discipline through the sport of baseball. It is our belief  that baseball builds strong leadership qualities needed to succeed in life by instilling honest work ethics, maintaining good physical health, and engaging with community of all ages and walks of life. Service to the community is a cornerstone of who the Seals are as an organization. Community service is not only a requirement of all our athletes involved with the program but also something the Seals instill as a foundational approach to life. We believe every child should have every opportunity to learn and play the game of baseball at the highest levels and thus provide a mechanism to deliver quality instruction, competition and entertainment.

 

http://www.sfsealsbaseball.com
Post Office Box 296
Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 545-9618
Abel Alcantar
info@sealsbaseball.com
Alameda Support Foundation

The Alameda Support Foundation (ASF) was created for the purpose of assisting individuals in our community who are in need and/or in danger of falling through the cracks.  We place a special focus on education; the environment; the health and welfare of people as well as animals; assistance to working families and students.

ASF started with an endowment from local community supporters.  We also support a variety of other non-profits in Alameda and California.  We are pursuing other opportunities to expand our endowment through fundraising, bequests, and legacy gifts.  We thoroughly vet all recipients and can target donations.

ASF is a 501(c)(3), non-profit charitable organization.
Federal Tax ID #46-3989320

www.asfcharity.org
2500 Santa Clara Avenue, Suite 2
Alameda, California 94501
415-244-3184
Les Hilger
asfcharity@gmail.com
American Association of University Women

American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a nationwide network of more than 100,000 members and donors, 1,000 branches, and 600 college/university institution partners.

For 130 years, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political. Our commitment to our mission is reflected in all aspects of our work.

AAUW’s Mission
AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education, philanthropy, and research.

AAUW’s Value Promise
By joining AAUW, you belong to a community that breaks through educational and economic barriers so that all women have a fair chance.

We are seeking for more community outreach and support.

http://alameda-ca.aauw.net/
Post Office Box 2932
Alameda, California 94501
510-523-6456
Patti Heimburger
patti_art@comcast.net
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