Organizations & Non-Profits

Ste. Marie Specialists

Phone: (626)379-0407
Contact: Robin McCarthy

Designed to help build a brighter future for your non-profit, Ste. Marie Specialists, provides over 15 years of experience in assisting organizations with budgeting, board growth, development, and strategic planning for a brighter tomorrow.


2570 E. Foothill Blvd.
Phone: (626)449-5662
Fax Number: (626)449-0418
Contact: Peter Yoou

AbilityFirst was established in 1926 and known as the Crippled Children's Society of Southern California (CCS) for many decades. Lawrence L. Frank and Paul Dietrich, both Rotarians, were two of the original founders of the organization and they continued their loyal support throughout their lives. Operating in the greater Los Angeles area, AbilityFirst has 25 facilities which support individuals with disabilities through after school enrichment programs, job training, community employment, accessible camping, and affordable and accessible housing. AbilityFirst is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) and the American Camping Association (ACA). Some facilities are licensed by the California Department of Social Services and the Department of Developmental Services.

Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation

50 N. Hill Ave., Suite 305
Phone: (818)848-0223
Fax Number: (818)848-0296
Contact: Jennifer Radics-Johnson

The mission of the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation is to enhance the lives of burn survivors and to promote burn prevention education.

Alzheimer's Association California Southland Chapter

9606 S. Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 200
Beverly Hills
Phone: (323)486-6447
Contact: Daniela Sarmina

American Armenian Rose Float Association Inc.

1633 E. Washington Blvd.
Phone: (818)640-5283
Fax Number: (866)484-2292
Contact: Jacob Parseghian

American Cancer Society

99 S. Lake Ave., Suite 400
Phone: (626)564-6078
Fax Number: (626)568-2888
Contact: Veronica DeSilva

Aspires West Pasadena

119 E. Washington Blvd.
Phone: (626)797-0789
Contact: Jacqueline Jacobs, PhD

Aspires West Pasadena (AWP) is a non-profit community service organization.  it is an after-school student success program, designed to help students maximize their learning potential in Mathematics and Language Arts and other key subjects.

Autism Speaks

6330 San Vicente Blvd., Suite 401
Los Angeles
Phone: (323)549-0500
Contact: Suzette Valladares

Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions across the spectrum and throughout the lifespan for the needs of people with autism and their families.


60 N. Daisy Ave.
Phone: (626)564-0191
Fax Number: (626)564-8521
Contact: Martin A. Gordon

Avanti, a program of Lutheran Social Services, is a volunteer services/social integration program for developmentally and intellectually challenged adults. We offer free e-waste pickup through out the community and an on-site e-waste drop off center which is open 5 days a week from 9:30am-3:00. Our program also offers fluff and fold services, light house work and shopping, yard and park clean up, visitation to convalescent homes, hospitals and to seniors, the disabled and shut-ins. The volunteers also provide services for non profit organizations and churches such as mailings, handing out flyer's, event promotions, clean up on-site or at events and minor catering.

Bertha Mae Johnson Mims Legacy of Love Foundation

3701 Inglewood Ave., Suite 123
Redondo Beach
Phone: (424)634-9615

Bertha Mae Johnson Mims Legacy Foundation is dedicated to the formation maintenance and the sustainment of living legacies for future generations through resources, sharing, and the creation of assets.

Boston Court Performing Arts Center

70 N. Mentor Ave.
Phone: (626)683-6883
Fax Number: (626)683-6886
Contact: Jenny Smith Cohn

The award-winning Boston Court Performing Arts Center is dedicated to presenting works that are creative, bold, and daring. We strive to challenge audiences of the Greater Los Angeles area with diverse programs in theatre, music, and art in an intimate setting.

Boys & Girls Club of Pasadena

3230 E. Del Mar Blvd.
Phone: (626)449-9100
Fax Number: (626)449-0700
Contact: Vanessa Tachiquin

The Boys and Girls Club of Pasadena promotes the health, educational, social, vocational, and character development of boys and girls ages 6-18.  Our goal is to improve the lives of children by helping them to build self assurance and develop leadership skills while reinforcing positive values.

California State Summer School Arts Foundation

85 S. Grand Ave.
Phone: (571)277-7482
Contact: Heidi Kershaw


48 S. Chester Ave.
Phone: (626)744-5600
Fax Number: (626)744-5610
Contact: Virginia Ochoa

What Is CALSTART? CALSTART is a nonprofit organization that works with businesses and the public sector to develop and implement clean, efficient transportation solutions. We've been at the epicenter of these efforts since 1992, when we launched in California. Since then we've expanded our focus across North America and helped drive transportation technology successes worldwide. We have more than 130 member companies - start-up and established, government, NGOs, academicians and technologists from all over the United States and around the world as well.

Cancer Support Community-Pasadena

76 E. Del Mar Blvd., #215
Phone: (626)796-1083
Contact: Meg Symes

Support Groups, Physical Fitness & Workshop for Cancer Patients & Caregivers.

Casa Treatment Center

160 N. El Molino Ave.
Phone: (626)792-2770
Contact: Leah Rodemich

Casa de las Amigas opened its doors back in 1967, marking the establishment of the first recovery home in Pasadena specifically catering to women struggling with alcohol and chemical dependency. Each year Casa’s “House of Friends” witnesses the transformation of hundreds of women, who, like butterflies, change and grow as they develop a renewed sense of hope through recovery and embark on their own personal journey toward a new life of serenity and peace. Every woman in search of a productive and sober life will have the opportunity to achieve it. Through an integrated healing program for body and mind that takes place in a homelike environment, Casa de las Amigas helps women with alcohol or drug addiction recover by providing them with the tools necessary to lead productive, responsible and sober lives. Casa de las Amigas offers women hope by guiding them through a unique process of recovery. Women whose lives have become unmanageable due to their alcoholism and/or chemical dependencies are given a choice and a chance to change. We believe that a productive, responsible, and sober life is founded upon the necessary establishment of basic self-esteem and love combined with knowledge and understanding of the disease of addiction with support from12-step programs.


348 E. Foothill Blvd.
Phone: (626)359-3300
Fax Number: (626)359-3325
Contact: Jason King

CHOICESS is a private, nonprofit 501( c ) (3) Corporation that was founded in 1988 by Joseph and Rebecca Donofrio and a Board of Directors made up of family members, individuals receiving services and advocates with the mission of providing support services to persons with developmental disabilities who want to live, work and recreate in their own communities.

The mission of CHOICESS is to provide support services to persons with developmental disabilities so that they can live, work and recreate in the community, and for individuals to become interdependent within their community by assisting to build and develop a community network. CHOICESS will provide support, and coordinate generic services for individuals to function successfully in their community. The agency is committed to insuring that persons with developmental disabilities can obtain the same quality of life that exists for all members of their community.

CHOICESS supports people with developmental disabilities who are over the age of 18, are Regional Center clients, and who need support to successfully access their community. Individuals who utilize CHOICESS may have one or more of the following labels: intellectual disabilities, spectrum disorder, behavioral challenges, physical disabilities, sensory impairment or need for psychological support.

Collaborate Pasadena

236 W. Mountain St.
Phone: (626)714-7670
Contact: Lisa J. Cavelier

Community Bible Community Development Corp.

169 E. Orange Grove Blvd.
Phone: (626)796-0683
Fax Number: (626)796-0698
Contact: Pastor John Burch, President

Community Health Alliance Pasadena

1855 N. Fair Oaks Ave., #200
Phone: (800)775-9322
Fax Number: (626)398-5948
Contact: Steve Abramson

CHAP is a nonprofit medical and dental health center providing high quality and affordable health care services

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

4929 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 760
Los Angeles
Phone: (323)939-0758
Fax Number: (323)939-5046
Contact: Chris Mendoza

D'Veal Family and Youth Services

2750 E. Washington Blvd., Suite 230
Phone: (626)296-8900
Fax Number: (626)296-8910
Contact: John McCall

Day One

175 N. Euclid Ave.
Phone: (626)229-9750
Fax Number: (626)792-8056
Contact: Christy Zamani

Substance Abuse Prevention and Advocacy Organization: Neighborhood Improvement, Parents, Youth

Door of Hope

Phone: (626)304-9130
Fax Number: (626)304-9125
Contact: Melissa Yee

Door of Hope's long-term vision has always been to, "Equip Homeless Families to Rebuild Their Lives." From the start of Door of Hope through to its future growth and expansion, this guiding principle will continue to be an ever present, foundational attribute as Door of Hope looks to take families from Homelessness, to Self-Sufficiency, to Permanent Housing.

Elizabeth House

PO Box 94077
Phone: (626)577-4434
Fax Number: (626)792-2790
Contact: Debora Unruh

Shelter program for pregnant women and their children

Envision Consulting

3231 E. Foothill Blvd.
Phone: (626)714-7577
Contact: Allison Fuller

Envision Consulting is dedicated to providing nonprofit executive search, strategy and leadership development tailored to the nonprofit sector. Our broad spectrum of services helps increase revenues, expand awareness and strengthen service delivery.

Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Los Angeles

5777 W. Century Blvd., Suite 820
Los Angeles
Phone: (949)394-2179
Fax Number: (310)670-6124
Contact: Donald Nose

Walk to End Epilepsy returns to the Rose Bowl – PCC members are invited to join!

The Walk to End Epilepsy returns to the Rose Bowl on Nov 5, 2017 from 8 AM to 12 PM. Nearly 5,000 people are expected to attend this year’s event to raise awareness and funds for care, advocacy, research and education.

The Walk will feature a non-competitive 5K Run/Walk and 1-Mile Stroll, family friendly activities such as a Pop-up Village for children, epilepsy information booths, arts/crafts booths; a photo booth; Wishing Wall interactive art piece; stage performances; awards presentation; food truck vendors; community booths and a marketplace. 

Tickets: Registration is $25 per person 2 years and older: Online Pre-Registration  

(closes noon Friday, November 3, 2017). Tickets are also available the day of the event.  

Create a team or join as a corporate sponsor to stand with others in the fight to END EPILEPSY®.

For additional information or sponsorship opportunities visit or Don Nose at the Epilepsy Foundation of Greater Los Angeles at 310-670-2870 or contact him at

Exchange Club of Pasadena c/o Affinity Associates

595 Lincoln Ave., Suite 207
Phone: (626)396-9927
Fax Number: (626)396-9862
Contact: Bryan Takeda

Eye Heart Art

456 E. Orange Grove Blvd., Suite 310
Phone: (424)543-4446
Fax Number: (470)200-1849
Contact: Aja Guy

Five Acres-The Boys' & Girls' Aid Society of Los Angeles County

760 W. Mountain View St.
Phone: (626)798-6793
Fax Number: (626)797-7722
Contact: Chanel W. Boutakidis

Five Acres, The Boys' and Girls' Aid Society of Los Angeles County, is a child and family services agency that strengthens families and prevents child abuse through treatment and education in community-based and residential programs. Originally founded as an orphanage in 1888, today Five Acres offers an array of services including residential care and education, mental health services in homes and schools, foster care and adoptions, and domestic violence prevention.

Flintridge Center

236 W. Mountain St., Suite 106
Phone: (626)449-0839
Fax Number: (626)449-4556
Contact: Jaylene L. Moseley

Foothill Unity Center

415 W. Chestnut St.
Phone: (626)358-3486
Fax Number: (626)358-8224
Contact: Betty McWilliams

Multi service food pantry

Foundation for Living Beauty

234 N. El Molino Ave., #202
Phone: (888)501-0777
Fax Number: (888)501-0777
Contact: Nancy Davidson, Executive Director

The Foundation for Living Beauty is a nonprofit organization that provides wellness and support servcies to women with cancer. This is provided through overnights retreats, day tetreats, education seminars, resources and community/sisterhood-building events. All services are provided free of charge.

Friends in Deed

444 E. Washington Blvd.
Phone: (626)797-2402
Fax Number: (626)797-7353
Contact: Rabbi Joshua Grater

Friends In Deed is an interfaith collaborative that is dedicated to alleviate the effects of poverty and encourage self-sufficiency through the collective efforts of congregations, volunteers, and community organizations. Through mutual support, we strive to provide a safe space for all of our clients, one where they are listened to, encouraged, and respected, in order to promote self-worth and dignity.

Goodwill Southern California-Altadena Drive

183 Altadena Dr.
Phone: (323)223-1211
Fax Number: (323)539-2177
Contact: Trivia Easley

For 94 years, Goodwill has been turning donations and retail purchases into good jobs that have led to brighter futures for thousands of Southern Californians with disabilities and vocational challenges. More than 59,000 people benefit from Goodwill's education, job training and placement programs each year. GSC operates 65 retail stores, 42 attended donation centers, three campuses and 24 career centers. For more information about Goodwill and its programs, please visit or call the store at 626-564-0335.

Great Minds in STEM

602 Monterey Pass Rd.
Monterey Park
Phone: (323)262-0997
Contact: Cecilia Mercado

Greater Los Angeles Area Council-BSA

3450 E. Sierra Madre Blvd.
Phone: (626)351-8815
Fax Number: (626)351-5049
Contact: Charles Wilson

Since our founding in 1915, the Greater Los Angeles Area Council has brought its purpose and values to millions of youth. The Scouting program facilitates meaningful contact and communication between youth, parents, and other community organizations (partners) to help young people adopt strong values and life skills.

The program presents activities that are fun, interesting, and provide valuable experiences directed at the maturity and interests of the young people at their appropriate age and ability levels.

The purpose of the Greater Los Angeles Area Council is to meaningfully and proactively offer leadership for the delivery and quality of the program, to assemble and train volunteers, and to gather resources to implement and promote the program to parents, youth, and the general community in the Greater Los Angeles Areas.

Habitat for Humanity-San Gabriel Valley

Phone: (626)387-6899
Fax Number: (626)387-6890
Contact: Sonja Yates

SGV Habitat for Humanity is building nine affordable bungalows on Westminster Drive (below the Colorado Street Bridge)-- Desiderio Build.  Volunteers needed!  Visit for ReStore information.

Hathaway-Sycamores Child & Family Services

100 W. Walnut St., Suite 375
Phone: (626)395-7100
Fax Number: (626)395-7270
Contact: Debra K. Manners, CEO

Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services is a leader in responding to the needs of the community and in providing innovative services and programs for over 9,000 children and their families. Today more than 675 staff members provide support to children and their families in a variety of locations throughout Los Angeles County.

HEAR Center

301 E. Del Mar Blvd.
Phone: (626)796-2016
Fax Number: (626)796-2320
Contact: Ellen Simon

HEAR Center, founded in 1954, is the only nonprofit audiological and speech therapy center in the San Gabriel Valley. The mission of HEAR Center is to help individuals with hearing and speech or language impairments enrich their lives by providing them with auditory and oral communication skills. We provide audiological, speech and language, and hearing aid services to people of all ages.

Heartsent Adoptions Inc.

454 S. Marengo Ave.
Phone: (626)793-8333
Contact: Kirsten Hagen

Help For Strokes

Phone: (626)838-5141
Contact: Richard Horton

Our mission is to prevent strokes-and the recurrence of strokes-by providing access to stroke prevention eduction; as well as support for stroke survivors and their caregivers.


940 Avenue 64
Phone: (323)254-2274
Fax Number: (323)254-0598
Contact: Joseph M. Costa

Hillsides has always created safe places for children; strengthened families, provided special education; and advocated for children's rights. From its inception in 1913 as an Episcopal Orphanage, The Church Home for Children, until its present-day status as a private, nonprofit foster care and treatment center, Hillsides has never wavered from its commitment to creating a safe place for children. Although it began as an orphanage, Hillsides now works to end the cycle of child abuse that destroys children and tears families apart. Loving care, therapeutic healing, special education, family crisis intervention and children's rights advocacy are at the heart of the agency's mission. These priorities At Hillsides, children suffering from abuse and mental illness can still find a "safe place" to call home. Today, the children's charity located in Pasadena serves families in crisis throughout Los Angeles County.

Holliston Foundation, The

1305 E. Colorado Blvd.
Phone: (323)854-5992
Contact: Grace Park

Huntington Medical Research Inst. (HMRI)

99 N. El Molino Ave.
Phone: (626)795-4343
Fax Number: (626)795-5774
Contact: Allyson Simpson

Huntington Medical Research Institutes (HMRI) is an independent, nonprofit, public-benefit organization dedicated to improving health and prolonging life by enhancing knowledge of life processes and disease, and by developing technology to diagnose and treat diseases. It is widely known for development of methods and applications of medical magnetic resonance, including imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy, for pioneering studies on biomedical applications of laser energy, development of the hydrocephalus shunt to treat "water-on-the-brain," for basic and applied cancer research, for development of electronic neural rehabilitation technology, and for studies in vascular biology. New Other programs include molecular oncology, molecular neurology and brain mapping (magnetoencephalography, or MEG), and liver studies.

Ideal Youth

83 E. Orange Grove Blvd., #2
Phone: (626)796-7164
Fax Number: (626)796-2960
Contact: Kardia Pinckney

Youth Summer Internship

Innovate Pasadena

85 N. Raymond Ave.
Phone: (626)714-1424
Contact: Tom Buel

IUOE Local Number 12

150 E. Corson St.
Phone: (626)792-8900
Fax Number: (626)792-9039
Contact: Bob Waggoner

Journey House|A Place for Former Foster Youth

1232 N. Los Robles Ave.
Phone: (626)798-9478
Fax Number: (626)798-9478
Contact: Jorge Camarena

After aging-out of the foster care system, many
foster youth find themselves homeless, under-educated,
and unemployed. For more than 35 years, Journey House has been a
place where former foster youth find hope and
opportunities for academic, professional and
personal success. 

Junior League of Pasadena, Inc.

149 S. Madison Ave.
Phone: (626)796-0244
Contact: Vickie Reinhardt

Kiwanis Club of Pasadena

PO Box 50484
Phone: (626)449-3466
Fax Number: (626)577-9361
Contact: Craig Wallace

La Canada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce & Community Association

4529 Angeles Crest Highway, Suite 102
La Canada Flintridge
Phone: (818)790-4289
Fax Number: (818)790-8930
Contact: Pat Anderson

Leadership Pasadena

75 S. Grand Ave.
Contact: Cynthia Bengtson Budzyn

Leadership Pasadena is a powerful, 8-month community leadership program that immerses you in Pasadena’s rich history, government, economics and world renowned organizations and institutions and provides executive level leadership training.


LP includes a two-day high and low ropes course retreat; DiSC®, StrengthsFinder 2.0 and Positive Intelligence Quotient (PQ®) assessments; Project Implicit Social Attitudes test;  20+ hours of education on current leadership theories and concepts; peer coaching; one-on-one executive coaching; 60+ hours of experiential, on-site education about Pasadena and personal discussions with community leaders and 30+ hours of direct community service in partnership with a Pasadena non-profit.

Our graduates serve as leaders on non-profit Boards or staffs, sit on city commissions and neighborhood associations, run for public office, lead socially responsible successful businesses or become empowered, engaged citizens.  And, they find friendships based upon similar interests that last for years. 

Levitt Pavilion-Greater Los Angeles & Pasadena

1499 Huntington Dr., #305
South Pasadena
Phone: (626)683-3230
Contact: Samantha Vega

Light Bringer Project

P.O. Box 968
Phone: (626)590-1134
Fax Number: (626)793-6314
Contact: Patricia Hurley

Light Bringer Project is a nonprofit, Pasadena-based arts organization founded in 1990. Our mission is to build community through the power of arts and education. We deliver these programs to underserved youth in the Pasadena and Los Angeles area. The organization also owns and produces two free annual arts events: Pasadena Chalk Festival and Pasadena Doo Dah Parade.

Malmberg & Associates

1778 Beverly Dr.
Phone: (626)795-3115
Fax Number: (626)795-8141
Contact: Steve Malmberg

Malmberg & Associates

1778 Beverly Dr.
Phone: (626)795-3115
Fax Number: (626)795-8141
Contact: Steve Malmberg


2212 El Molino Ave.
Phone: (626)788-4900
Contact: David Weidert

Senior Retirement Community and services

MS Society

5150 Goldleaf Circle, #400
Los Angeles
Phone: (310)481-1135
Contact: JJ Hoffman

National Hispanic Media Coalition

65 S. Grand Ave., Suite 200
Phone: (626)792-6462
Fax Number: (626)792-6051
Contact: Brenda Rivas

The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) is a non-partisan, non-profit, media advocacy and civil rights organization created to advance American Latino employment and programming equity throughout the entertainment industry and to advocate for telecommunications policies that benefit Latinos and other people of color. NHMC's mission is to educate and influence media corporations on the importance of including U.S. Latinos at all levels of employment. It challenges media that carelessly exploit negative Latino stereotypes. It scrutinizes and opines on media and telecommunications policy issues before the Federal Communications Commission and in Congress. NHMC was established in Los Angeles in 1986 and currently has two offices: its headquarters in Pasadena, California, and a Washington, DC, office. NHMC serves as a national organization comprised of statewide chapters that have a strong presence in the following areas: California, New York, Arizona, Michigan and Washington, DC.

Neighbors Empowering Youth (NEY)

2011 N. Lincoln Ave.
Phone: (626)791-2095
Fax Number: (626)791-2094
Contact: John Smith

North Lake Village Business Association

1192 N. Lake Ave.
Phone: (626)844-1400
Fax Number: (626)398-8762
Contact: Ron Carter

The North Lake Village Business Association (NLVBA) was created to promote economic prosperity, growth and neighborhood vitality in the North Lake Area of Pasadena. Spearheaded by the Enterprise Zone of the City of Pasadena in early 2005, the organization is slowly being recognized as a new commercial center for different kinds of activities. One of NLVBA's visions is to attract individuals and businesses that will promote Art in all of its variedly exciting forms. NLVBA is seeking potential members from the businesses around Lake Avenue and Washington Blvd. NLVBA holds morning meetings on the first Tuesday of the month. Local area issues are discussed with city officials at the meetings and NLVBA lobby for positive changes for the businesses in the area. Members vary from small one-person shops to multi-million dollar businesses. NLVBA plans and supports business forums, mixers, special events, picnics and other social networking events. NLVBA members are multi-racial, politically diverse, and multi-talented. For more info, please visit our website at

Nutrition & Education International

2500 E. Foothill Blvd., Suite 407
Phone: (626)744-0270
Contact: Natasha Kerr

Humanitarian aid in Afghanistan

Old Pasadena Management District

23 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 200
Phone: (626)356-9725
Fax Number: (626)356-9775
Contact: Steve Mulheim

The Old Pasadena Management District (OPMD) is a non-profit business organization that creatively plans, manages and develops Old Pasadena as a unique, authentic and vibrant downtown experience.

Options For Learning

2465 E. Walnut St.
Phone: (626)449-8221
Fax Number: (626)449-1601
Contact: Kelly O'Connell

Options for Learning provides high quality family services, educational child care, preschool, and after school programs. "It connects parents and children to resources and teach them how to best use them." Families grow and change, and new informaiton and technologies are always emerging.

Outward Bound Adventures

PO Box 202
Phone: (626)564-0844
Fax Number: (626)564-0904
Contact: Charles H. Thomas, Jr.

Pacific Crest Youth Arts Organization

21231 Fountain Springs Rd.
Diamond Bar
Phone: (714)785-9904
Fax Number: (909)468-2802
Contact: Stuart Pompel

Pasadena Arts Council

65 S. Grand Ave.
Phone: (626)793-8171
Fax Number: (626)793-5521
Contact: Terry LeMoncheck

Pasadena Chamber of Commerce-Office

44 N. Mentor Ave.
Phone: (626)795-3355
Fax Number: (626)795-5603
Contact: Kelly Shearer

Pasadena Community Foundation

301 E. Colorado Blvd., Suite 810
Phone: (626)796-2097
Contact: Dan Maljanian

Pasadena Educational Foundation

351 S. Hudson Ave.
Phone: (626)396-3600
Fax Number: (626)577-6733
Contact: Patrick Conyers

Pasadena Fire Fighters Local 809

PO Box 5102
Phone: (626)396-9010
Contact: Scott Austin

Pasadena Heritage

651 S. St. John Ave.
Phone: (626)441-6333
Contact: Susan Mossman

Pasadena Heritage’s mission is to identify, preserve, and protect the historic, architectural and cultural resources of the City of Pasadena through advocacy and education. This membership supported, community-based non-profit offers a variety of tours, lectures, workshops, and events that highlight our beautiful city’s historic treasurers. All programs and events are open to the public. For more information visit

Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA

361 S. Raymond Ave.
Phone: (626)792-7151
Fax Number: (626)792-3810
Contact: Julie Bank

Pasadena Jaycees

474 W. Walnut St.
Phone: (626)792-5146
Fax Number: (626)792-9819
Contact: Scott Pool

Pasadena Masonic Temple

200 S. Euclid Ave.
Phone: (626)795-5610
Fax Number: (626)795-8956
Contact: Ron Alcorn

Completed in 1926, The Pasadena Masonic Temple is ornate, spacious and projects a grandeur of yesteryear with marble, hardwood floors, vaulted ceiling, beautiful classic lines and furnished with antique furniture and oriental rugs. The large Ballroom has high gold beam ceiling, large brass chandeliers and the best hardwood dance floor in the area. It can easily accommodate up 300 guests for dinner & dancing. It is a great place to host your special event or any corporate party.

Pasadena Media

150 S. Los Robles Ave., Suite 101
Phone: (626)794-8585
Contact: George Falardeau

Since 1983, Pasadena Media is a 501(c)3 nonprofit benefit corporation, community access television network, has inspired dialogue, fosters freedom of expression and continues to bridge diverse communities. Our purpose is to promote, coordinate, facilitate, produce and assist public service programming on behalf of all public and community access channels. 

Pasadena Museum of California Art

495 E. Colorado Blvd.
Phone: (626)568-3665
Fax Number: (626)568-3674
Contact: Susana Bautista
Pasadena Museum of California Art presents the breadth of California art and design through exhibitions that explore the cultural dynamics and influences that are unique to California.

Pasadena Museum of History

470 W. Walnut St.
Phone: (626)577-1660
Fax Number: (626)577-1662
Contact: Jeanette Bovard

Founded in 1924 to preserve and share the rich history, art, and culture of Pasadena and neighboring communities, Pasadena Museum of History has developed into one of the country premiere institutions of its size. The Museum maintains the area's largest and most comprehensive collection of documents and artifacts relating to the history of Pasadena/West San Gabriel Valley. Tours of historic Fenyes Mansion, changing exhibitions in the History Center, and public programming for adults and children entertain and educate visitors on a year-round schedule.

Pasadena Police Officers Assn.

PO Box 281
Phone: (626)795-8406
Fax Number: (626)795-1262
Contact: Robert Mercado

"The Pasadena Police Officers' Association is the recognized bargaining unit for the Police Officers and Corporals within the Pasadena Police Department. We negotiate their working contract, provide legal defense funds/legal representation, offer supplemental insurance plans, and hold family social events. We also sponsor a Scholarship Awards Program that assists community seniors and police officers' children in reaching their educational goals."

Pasadena Police Officers Association

PO Box 281
Phone: (626)440-2814
Contact: President Roger Roldan

Pasadena Quarterbacks Club

PO Box 60861
Phone: (626)482-8867
Contact: Joan De Souza

Giving support to community football

Pasadena Ronald McDonald House

763 S. Pasadena Ave.
Phone: (626)204-0400
Fax Number: (626)585-1688
Contact: Elizabeth Dever

The Pasadena Ronald McDonald House provides a “home away from home” with housing, comfort, care and support to families with children who have serious or life threatening illnesses. Since opening in 2004, we have helped more than 18,500 children and their families.  For more information, please visit our website at

Pasadena Roving Archers

P.O Box 683
Phone: (626)497-2058
Contact: Terri Ashley-MacQuarrie

Pasadena Sandwich Company

259 Sierra Madre Villa
Phone: (626)578-1616
Contact: Meghan Fink

Pasadena Scottish Rite Childhood Language Center

150 N. Madison Ave.
Phone: (626)795-4213
Fax Number: (626)795-1487
Contact: Rees Padfield

Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts

P.O.Box 93486
Phone: (626)710-7231
Contact: Lynn Mehl

Pasadena Sister Cities

Phone: (626)345-0676
Contact: Marcia Montez

To promote peace through mutual respect, understanding and cooperation, one person and one community at a time.

Pasadena Tournament of Roses

391 S. Orange Grove Blvd.
Phone: (626)449-4100
Contact: Heidi Hoff

Pasadena-Sierra Madre YMCA

611 E. Sierra Madre Blvd.
Sierra Madre
Phone: (626)432-5880
Fax Number: (626)432-6857
Contact: Camille Rillorta

PH8 Foundation

Phone: (323)646-7366
Contact: Gordon Zhou

Sustainable clean water

Planetary Society, The

60 S. Los Robles Ave.
Phone: (626)793-5100
Fax Number: (626)793-5528
Contact: Jennifer Vaugh

Our Mission: To inspire the people of Earth to explore other worlds, understand our own and seek life elsewhere.

Planned Parenthood Pasadena & San Gabriel Valley, Inc

1045 N. Lake Ave.
Phone: (626)794-5737
Fax Number: (626)798-4706
Contact: Julissa Cardenas

Professional Child Development Associates

620 N. Lake Ave.
Phone: (626)793-7350
Fax Number: (626)793-7341
Contact: Franci Levine-Grater

Professional Child Development Associates was established in 1997 by Dr. Diane Cullinane, Developmental Pediatrician, and Mimi Winer, R.N., M.S, Clinical Nurse Specialist, with the vision of providing innovative and comprehensive interdisciplinary services for children with developmental challenges or disabilities and their families. Using the DIR' - Flootime approach, PCDA provides quality, family-centered services for children and training and consultation to staff, parents and professionals about the best child development practices. PCDA became a nonprofit corporation in March 2008.

Professionals in Human Resources Association (PIHRA District 3)

3475 E. Foothill Blvd., Suite 100
Phone: (626)535-1806
Fax Number: (626)405-2014
Contact: Ryan Fridborg

Project Scientist

217 Cypress Dr. #F
Laguna Beach
Phone: (704)363-6411
Contact: Sandra Marshall

Project Scientist promotes Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to girls ages 4-14. The need for Project Scientist was based off a vast amount of research that shows girls with a high skill, aptitude, and talent for STEM subjects are not currently served or identified at a young age. Project Scientist was created to change the world’s view of “who” a scientist is and “what” a scientist does. Every second of a girl's time with Project Scientist is intentional and based off of the latest research of what drives and sustains girl's interest in STEM. We annually partner with Harvard and the University of North Carolina Charlotte to research our model and validate our impact.

RootSource Fundraising

Phone: (626)676-7098
Contact: Kim Alaine Rathman, Ph.D

At RootSource Fundraising, our Mission is to empower nonprofit agencies to build the fund development and organizational systems they need to sustain and grow their services for the community by providing them with:

Professional grant and publication writing

Government grants and contract compliance

Organizational capacity building

Fund development, program, and strategic planning or 

Customized Board and Staff trainings.

Rosemary Children's Services

36 S. Kinneloa Ave., Suite 100
Phone: (626)844-3033
Fax Number: (626)844-3039
Contact: Jana Trew

Since 1920, Rosemary Children's Services, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has been committed to helping troubled and at-risk children in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Orange Counties. Our mission is to provide compassionate and therapeutic support to help children, adolescents and families heal from their pasts and move toward productive and fulfilling futures. Our services include: Residential Program, Mental Health Services, Non-public School, Foster Care and Adoption Services, and Transitional Housing.

Saint Francis High School

200 Foothill Blvd.
La Canada
Phone: (818)790-0325
Fax Number: (818)790-5542
Contact: Fr. Antonio Marti

St. Francis High School is a Catholic, college-preparatory school for boys in grades 9-12. Since its founding by the Capuchin Franciscan Friars in 1946, it has been committed to enriching the mind and heart, strengthening respect through service and humility, creating a family environment, and envisioning men of hope and peace. It offers a challenging curriculum and many opportunities for extracurricular involvement. St. Francis is fully accredited by WASC and the WCEA.

Salvation Army-Del Mar Blvd.

56 W. Del Mar Blvd.
Phone: (626)795-8075
Fax Number: (626)795-7294
Contact: LeAnn Trimmer

Salvation Army-Pasadena Corps

960 E. Walnut St.
Phone: (626)773-4414
Fax Number: (626)773-4459
Contact: Captain Terry Masango

San Gabriel & Pomona Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross

430 Madeline Dr.
Phone: (626)376-4523
Fax Number: (626)799-4802
Contact: Veronica Garcia

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.

Shepherd's Door Domestic Violence Program

PO Box 40441
Phone: (626)765-9967
Contact: Linda Offray

South Lake Business Association

251 S. Lake Ave., Suite 180
Phone: (626)792-1259
Fax Number: (626)792-1287
Contact: Gina Tleel

The South Lake Business Association's mission is to proactively promote and improve the economic interest of the membership of the South Lake Property Business Improvement District (PBID). The South Lake Avenue Business District is bound by Colorado Boulevard on the North, Mentor Avenue on the east, an east-west line approximately 260 feet south of California Boulevard on the south, and Hudson Avenue on the west. 

St. Baldrick's Foundation

1333 S. Mayflower Ave.
Phone: (626)792-8247
Contact: Kathleen Ruddy, CEO

As the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants, the St. Baldrick’s Foundation believes that kids are special and deserve to be treated that way. St. Baldrick’s is leading the charge to take childhood back from cancer by funding some of the most brilliant childhood cancer research experts who are working to find cures and better treatments for all childhood cancers. Kids need treatments as unique as they are – and that starts with funding research just for them. Join us at to help support the best cancer treatments for kids.

Ten Thousand Villages of Pasadena

567 S. Lake Ave.
Phone: (626)229-9892
Fax Number: (626)229-9893
Contact: Sam Bills

Ten Thousand Villages is a nonprofit fair trade retailer that specializes in unique handmade gift items that support social enterprise groups in more than 35 countries around the world. We are recognized in the community as a source for unusual home decor, jewelry, and unusual artwork and craft items. Ten Thousand Villages is also known for its mission to create opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income through bringing their products and their stories to our store on South Lake.

The First Tee of Greater Pasadena

1133 Rosemont Ave.
Phone: (626)684-0024
Fax Number: (626)397-4190
Contact: Bob Baderian

Union Station Homeless Services

825 E. Orange Grove Blvd.
Phone: (626)240-4550
Fax Number: (626)798-2397
Contact: John C. Brauer

Union Station Homeless Services seeks to enable its clients to transform their lives. As the largest provider of emergency and transitional shelter in the San Gabriel Valley, Union Station reaches out to assist people in making the changes they need to make to become productive and self supporting. Food, shelter, medical services, employment services and counseling are provided at no charge at our two facilities.

Villa Esperanza Services

2060 E. Villa St.
Phone: (626)449-2919
Fax Number: (626)449-2850
Contact: Kelly White, CEO

Villa Esperanza Services is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the care and education of children, adults and seniors with disabilities. Founded in 1961 by a group of mothers who believed their developmentally disabled children deserved quality care and education, the program was named Villa Esperanza ("House of Hope") in 1966. Today, Villa serves children, adults and seniors each year ranging in age from 5-96 years old and include individuals with autism, cerebral palsy, Alzheimer's, dementia, Down syndrome, speech or communication difficulties and many other developmental disabilities. Villa serves individuals in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties by offering: o A comprehensive school for children and youth to age 22, serving 24 school districts; o A Speech and Language Center serving children, adults and seniors at Villa and in the surrounding communities; o An integrated, community-based employment and work placement program; o A center and community-based day program for adults; o Eight adult residences in Pasadena and one in Thousand Oaks; o An integrated Adult Day Program serving adults and seniors; o An integrated Care Management Program serving adults and seniors in 41 cities; o Independent Living Services program and a 6-unit independent living apartment in Pasadena

W.O.W. International

PO Box 6308
Phone: (626)296-8800
Fax Number: (626)296-8806
Contact: Ursula Allen

Westmoreland Academy/Institute for the Redesign of Learning

5 & 6 Westmoreland Place
Phone: (626)356-1500
Fax Number: (626)356-1501
Contact: Rachel Southard, MBA

The institute for the Redesign of Learning/Westmoreland Academy's mission is to empower individuals with special needs to take charge of their own learning and become competent, caring, and contributing members of society. Westmoreland Academy offers a unique specialty program for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) based on the belief that extraordinary students require and extraordinary program. the Institute's goal is to provide the most current, effective, and nurturing education and supportive services available anywhere for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, and their fmailies, to enable students with ASD to lead happy and productive lives.

Women In Action Education Fund

PO Box 90992
Phone: (626)590-7652
Contact: Alison Moses

YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley

50 N. Hill Ave., Suite 301
Phone: (626)296-8433
Fax Number: (626)296-8434
Contact: Cinthya Martinez

The YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley is dedicated to empowering women and girls and eliminating racism. Established in 1905 as an advocate for young women beginning to enter the workforce, the YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley has since been a pioneering voice in its fight for racial, economic, and gender equality. From its pre-1920 racial integration plan to the early 1970s founding of the nation's first Big Sister program and the area's first rape hotline, the YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley has long been on the cutting edge of responding to the needs of women and continuing the mission of the YWCA USA established over 150 years ago. The YWCA Pasadena-Foothill Valley serves 850 residents annually in the California communities of Pasadena, Alhambra, Altadena, Arcadia, LaCanada-Flintridge, Monrovia, San Marino, Sierra Madre and South Pasadena. We place special emphasis on working with low-income communities, women, youth, and minorities through our programs and activities. Our program offerings include: summer empowerment camp just for girls after school groups, financial literacy, parent education classes, grandparents as parents support groups SHIELD women's self defense, mat pilates, racial justice committee week without violence, women for racial justice breakfast, women of excellence leadership speaker series