Take a moment and explore how these charities are making a difference in the Bay Area by providing exceptional healthcare and social services that improve quality of life for individuals, families, and the Bay Area community.
Many of these charities offer access to high quality, comprehensive, and affordable health care to the most vulnerable populations in the Bay Area regardless of their disabilities or ability to pay.
Since 1978, the Lupus Foundation of Northern California has continued to pursue their mission of being a key provider of support services, educational programs, and information to empower lupus patients, their loved ones, and their care teams.
Lupus Foundation offers services designed to educate and increase the knowledge of those affected by lupus, promote lupus awareness, and support external lupus research efforts.
The Ronald McDonald House at Stanford is one of the largest medical housing facilities in the world, providing overnight stays to 123 families each night as they seek lifesaving treatments at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford.
Volunteers and partners allow the McDonald House to provide daily meals and comprehensive programming to restore a sense of normalcy and community during medical crises.
Harmony & Healing provides live music to patients and their loved ones via live, virtual (Zoom) visits to hospitals and healthcare facilities all around the Bay Area to promote healing, spark joy, and uplift the spirits.
Harmony & Healing bring the joy and hope that live music provides to the most fragile among us: hospital & hospice patients of all ages and their loved ones.