Organizations & Non-Profits


Phone: (626) 396-1010
Fax: (626) 449-0418
Contact: Rebecca Haussling

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

Phone: (818) 848-0223
Fax: (818) 848-0296
Contact: Katie Szymczak

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

Phone: (909) 406-5356
Contact: Jody Price

The Alzheimer’s Association  leads the way to end Alzheimer's and all other dementia - by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.

Locally, our California Southland Chapter provides free educational programs, support services and care consultations across Los Angeles County and beyond. 

Aspires West Pasadena

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.


Phone: (714) 244-4267
Contact: Armine Kim

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.

bathe R doggie

Phone: (626) 795-7777
Contact: Maria Garcia

Bathe R Doggie is offering curbside PET GROOMING service by appointment.  All baths and grooming services include; ear cleaning, nail trimming, and anal gland expression.  Service price is based on breed type and the weight of the pet.  For everyone's safety, at drop off time ALL pets must wear a properly fitting collar and be on leash  or in a pet carrier.  Our staff will follow COVID-19 safety protocol. Staff will meet customers at their car to take the pet (s) in for  their grooming service.   Payment options are cash at pick up time or payment over the phone using a credit card.  Every third  Wednesday and third Sunday of each month, Bathe R Doggie offers non-anesthetic ultrasonic teeth cleaning for pets at a very reasonable price.    Bathe R Doggie offers 10% off grooming services to seniors, military, and first responders.  We are also   offering free Pet shuttle service to and from grooming during the COVID-19 crisis for customers within a 4 mile radius. 

Bathe R Doggie is located at 101 W. California Blvd, Pasadena--in the Von's Shopping Center across from the Huntington Hospital. To schedule an appointment, call or text (626) 795-7777 or Email:   Facebook @batheRdoggie/Instagram @batherdoggie_

Boston Court Performing Arts Center

Phone: (626) 683-6801
Fax: (626) 683-6886
Contact: Cheryl Rizzo

The award-winning Boston Court Performing Arts Center is dedeciated 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

Phone: (626) 449-9100
Fax: (626) 449-0700
Contact: Lisa Cavelier

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.


Phone: (626) 744-5600
Fax: (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 Greater San Gabriel Valley

Phone: (626) 796-1083
Contact: Patricia Ostiller, Chief Executive Officer

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

Casa Treatment Center

Phone: (626) 792-2770
Fax: (626) 792-5826
Contact: Nely Meza-Andrade

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.

ChapCare Administrative Offices

Phone: (626) 398-6300

ChapCare is a 501(c3) organization founded in 1995 by a group of community residents, city officials, and health care agencies to establish primary healthcare services for low-income, uninsured residents in Pasadena. ChapCare began providing medical services in 1998 and dental services in 2001.  Since 2013, ChapCare has been recognized as a Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH), providing family and pediatric care, dental, behavioral services, optometry, podiatry, and much more. 

ChapCare provides comprehensive primary healthcare services, including medical, dental, and behavioral health services to nearly 16,000 patients per year.  The Pasadena-based nonprofit also offers free healthcare insurance enrollment assistance through its Cover California Navigator Program.  ChapCare’s certified enrollment counselors assist community members to enroll in health insurance plans available under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).  ChapCare plays an integral part in making healthcare services accessible to low-income community members.  ChapCare is now a national model that has successfully demonstrated how a public-private municipal partnership can help transform the healthcare landscape of local communities.  ChapCare has clinics in Pasadena, El Monte and Monrovia, serving the greater San Gabriel community.

ChapCare Del Mar

Phone: (626) 398-6300

ChapCare’s mission is to provide excellent, comprehensive, and innovative healthcare that is accessible to all the residents of the San Gabriel Valley. 

ChapCare Del Mar offers Family Medicine and Women’s Health Medicine that includes OBGYN, nutrition, behavioral health, and prenatal care by a qualified and caring team of medical providers, nurses, medical assistants, and front desk staff.

ChapCare Fair Oaks

Phone: (626) 398-6300

ChapCare’s mission is to provide excellent, comprehensive, and innovative healthcare that is accessible to all the residents of the San Gabriel Valley. 

ChapCare Fair Oaks offers Family Medicine, Behavioral Health, Dental Care, and Specialty Care that includes Podiatry.  This health center has a state-of-the-art digital imaging service, a laboratory, COVID-19 vaccination clinics, and an affordable community pharmacy, all run by a qualified and caring team of medical providers, nurses, medical assistants, radiology technicians, pharmacists, general care providers, and front desk staff.

Children of One Planet, Inc.

Phone: (626) 712-3451
Contact: Azita Milanian

Hi, my name is Azita Milanian. I am President and Founder of Children of One Planet, a non-profit organization that helps orphaned children around the world. Children of One Planet, a recognized 501 c(3), was established in 2000, but prior to that I was involved independently with Save the Children Foundation.

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Clazzical Notes

Phone: (626) 833-2750
Contact: Jerri Price-Gaines

D'Veal Family and Youth Services

Phone: (626) 296-8900
Fax: (626) 296-8910
Contact: John McCall

D'Veal Family and Youth Services is a leading Behavioral Healthcare provider in the greater San Gabriel Valley.  D'Veal's primary goal is to achieve "Balanced Families, Balanced Children, and Balanced Lives" for the communities we serve. D'Veal provides a comprehensive range of programs and services in many settings.D'Veal provides comprehensive assessment, evaluation, and treatment for children ages 0-20. Services are provided in the home, community, schools, and in our offices located throughout the San Gabriel Valley.

Day One

Phone: (626) 229-9750
Fax: (626) 792-8056
Contact: Christy Zamani

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

Door of Hope

Phone: (626) 304-9130
Fax: (626) 304-9125
Contact: Barbara Pettit

The Door of Hope empowers families facing homelessness to transform their lives through holistic programs designed to help parents and children overcome the practical, emotional, and financial challenges they face.

Elizabeth House

Phone: (626) 577-4434
Fax: (626) 486-2285
Contact: Jill Hammer

Shelter program for pregnant women and their children

Envision Consulting

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.

Families Forward Learning Center

Phone: (626) 792-2687
Fax: (626) 793-1832
Contact: Liz Kwong

Families Forward Learning Center, formerly known as Mothers’ Club, is a non-profit organization that provides free education and social services to low-income families in Pasadena and Altadena with children from birth to five years old. All of our services are based on a two-generation learning model that empowers both parents and children to gain knowledge and skills that improve outcomes for the whole family. Our primary objectives are to ensure that children in our program are safe, healthy, and on-track developmentally, and to enhance parents’ skills, literacy, and self-sufficiency so that they can be active participants and advocates for their children’s education. Learning programs are offered during either a morning or afternoon session, Monday-Friday, and include early childhood education, parent education, adult education, mental health support, and leadership training.

Fire Family Foundation

Phone: (323) 550-2239
Fax: (323) 550-4959
Contact: Elizabeth Dever

The Fire Family Foundation (FFF) was established in 2008, with the mission to provide support to firefighters and their families during times of need. With the help of the community, our foundation provides vital financial support to the Fire Family throughout the nation. There are a number of ways to get involved to help firefighters. The FFF is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) charitable organization. All contributions are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

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

Phone: (626) 798-6793
Fax: (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

Phone: (626) 449-0839
Fax: (626) 449-4556
Contact: Peter Matich

Flintridge Center’s mission is to break the cycle of poverty and violence through community planning, innovation, and action. Our vision is of a healthy, safe community where families thrive, youth reach their full potential, and equality and opportunity are accessible to all. We provide a continuum of services from adolescence through adulthood, focusing on youth and families impacted by incarceration. These strategies encompass a continuum of trauma-informed youth diversion and development programming and adult reintegration services that prevent and intervene in cycles of incarceration. Our youth programs support academic, social, and emotional outcomes for youth at high risk of justice involvement and youth with incarcerated family members. Reintegration services provide pathways to self-sufficiency for formerly incarcerated adults by expanding career opportunities and connecting individuals with supportive resources.

Foundation for Living Beauty

Phone: (626) 628-8310
Contact: Nancy Davidson, Executive Director

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

Friends in Deed

Phone: (626) 797-2402
Contact: Rabbi Joshua Grater

Friends in Deed is a nonprofit interfaith organization that provides supportive services to meet basic human needs, so our homeless and at-risk neighbors can rebuild their lives.

Fulcrum Arts

Phone: (626) 793-8171
Contact: Robert Crouch

Fulcrum Arts advances collaboration at the intersection of art and science to impact positive social change on a civic scale through exhibitions, institutional partnerships, interdisciplinary symposia, festivals, residencies, and outreach education.

Our programming forges deep and lasting connections with artists and the region’s top scientific, research, technological, design, and cultural assets.

Goodwill Southern California-Altadena Drive

Phone: (323) 223-1211
Fax: (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.

Greater Los Angeles Area Council-BSA

Phone: (626) 351-8815
Fax: (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-Restore

Phone: (626) 387-6899
Fax: (626) 387-6890
Contact: Bryan Wong

SGV Habitat for Humanity is working locally to address the current affordable housing crisis by offering affordable homeownership and home preservation to hard-working families. They operate resale stores to help support their mission. Volunteers needed!  Visit for information.

HEAR Center

Phone: (626)796-2016
Fax: (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.

Heroes of Color LLC

Phone: (818) 404-2636
Contact: David Heredia

Our mission is to promote diversity, culture and entrepreneurship through art, animation and enrichment programs


Phone: (323) 254-2274
Fax: (323) 978-1636
Contact: Stacey R. Roth-President & CEO

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

Phone: (323) 854-5992
Contact: Grace Park

For over 50 years, The Holliston Foundation has been serving the needs of the local Pasadena community by advancing educational opportunities for local students providing aid for the elderly and individuals in need and supporting area non-profit organizations and charitable causes. The Holliston Foundation was established by the Holliston United Methodist Church in 1963 to serve as the trustee of gifts and endowments made to the Church and to further the greater purposes of the Church throughout the Pasadena Community.

Journey House|A Place for Former Foster Youth

Phone: (626) 798-9478
Fax: (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. 

Kidspace Children's Museum

Phone: (626) 449-9144
Fax: (626) 449-9985
Contact: Payable Accounts

Kidspace is a unique children's museum on almost 3.5 acres of both indoor and outdoor, interactive environments that feature more than 40 hands-on exhibits with daily programs and monthly events for children ages 1 to 10.

Kiwanis Club of Pasadena

Phone: (909) 210-3250
Contact: Craig Wallace

To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life.

To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.

To promote the adoption and the application of higher social, business, and professional standards.

To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship.

To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service, and to build better communities.

To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and goodwill.

La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce & Community Association

Phone: (818) 790-4289
Contact: Pat Anderson

Advocate for business and residents, legislative ombudsman, high school scholarship programs, and community development in the City of La Cañada Flintridge. Our motto: "Big Enough to Serve You, Small Enough to Care."

Leadership Pasadena

Contact: Nancy Inguanzo

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. 

Lifeline for Pets

Phone: (626) 797-1753
Fax: (626) 357-1517
Contact: Kathy Hart

Lifeline for Pets is a no-kill animal rescue group based in Pasadena, California."  We provide care for homeless cats until a loving home can be found for them."  We have many adorable and loving pets waiting for their forever homes. Our goal is to help these deserving animals have a long, happy life!" 

Mobility Service Dogs West Coast Project

Phone: (530) 263-4770
Contact: Janie Heinrich

Mobility Service Dogs- West Coast Project (MSD-WCP) trains service dogs and offers life tools while educating the mobility-disabled community, their people, and the public to improve the quality of life of the individual living with disabilities through FUNctional independence. Our vision is for the mobility-impaired community to live full, vibrant lives, achieve a level of independence with the service dog, and educate the community to understand the purpose of a service dog. In doing this, MSD-WCP seeks to create a user-friendly pathway for all people with mobility challenges to enable active participation in the world at large. We do this through our Service Dog Program, Paws that Empower our Education Program, and WAG our Business, Schools, Employer, and Government Education Program. Founded in 2018, MSD-WCP currently has 18 service dog-handler teams. Each year we aim to bring 2-3 new puppies into our community. In addition to providing service dogs to mobility disabled handlers, we provide the handlers with ongoing support through weekly meet-ups and an online support network. MSD-WCP’s network of support provides handlers with tools, training, ADA rights, speakers, art, and education during the working life of their dog to support each individual's journey towards FUNctional independence.

MSD-WCP aims to put the ability in disability. At MSD-WCP, we know that disabilities do not go away during a crisis, in fact, the pandemic has intensified barriers, roadblocks, and challenges to daily living. Now, more than ever, the disabled community needs support and programs provided by MSD-WCP. Check out our Education Opportunities,  Volunteer Opportunities, Donation and Gifting Opportunities on our website. Signage is also available for businesses, schools and public buildings. Visit us on the web at

Old Pasadena Management District

Phone: (626)356-9725
Fax: (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

Phone: (626) 856-5900
Contact: Zinnia Voong

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

Pacific Crest Youth Arts Organization

Phone: (714) 785-9904
Fax: (909) 468-2802
Contact: Stuart Pompel

The mission of Pacific Crest Youth Arts Organization is to provide superior educational and competitive performing arts programs that change the lives of young people in the greater Southern California region and prepare them for leadership in a fast-moving world.

Pasadena Humane

Phone: (626) 792-7151
Fax: (626) 792-3810
Contact: Dia DuVernet

Pasadena Humane is more than an animal shelter; we are a community-supported animal resource center providing compassion and care for all animals. Since 1903, Pasadena Humane has offered lifesaving programs and services for animals and the people who love them in the Greater Los Angeles Area. At our Pasadena campus, we provide shelter, dedicated care and new beginnings for thousands of our community’s most vulnerable animals every year. In addition to pet adoptions and foster, we focus on programs and services aimed at helping people care for and keep their pets, such as free and low-cost spay/neuter and vaccines, a pet food bank, and an animal support call center. In 2021, Pasadena Humane helped nearly 40,000 animals through adoptions, wildlife rehabilitation, lost & found, veterinary services, and surrender prevention assistance.

Pasadena Jaycees

Phone: (626) 792-5146
Contact: Erin Scott

We’re young. We’re fun. And we get things done.

The Pasadena Junior Chamber of Commerce, nicknamed the “Jaycees”, was founded in 1929 for young professionals dedicated to becoming a positive force in the Pasadena community. Nearly a century later, the Pasadena Jaycees remain true to this founding goal. We are an organization made up of young people between the ages of 21 and 40, who want to improve the lives of those in the Pasadena (and greater Los Angeles) area through community service.

As part of JCI (Junior Chamber International), we also strive to take “local action for global impact.” We work to challenge the status quo and inspire other young people to recognize their responsibility to create a better world. (We also have a yearly exchange program with the Kasukabe, Japan chapter of JCI!)

We give our members a chance to develop leadership skills through community service projects, and we also engage with the community and support local businesses through our many social events and group activities. We’re always looking to partner with more businesses and volunteer groups in our area, and new members are always welcome!

If you want to make a difference and have fun doing it, join the Jaycees today!

Pasadena Masonic Temple

Phone: (626)795-5610
Fax: (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

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 Media Foundation

Phone: (310) 435-7689
Contact: Sheryl Turner

Our mission: to build a sustainable financial future for Pasadena-area news and information organizations, which are essential for democracy to function, and to promote high-quality local journalism within the community.

Pasadena Museum of History

Phone: (626) 577-1660
Fax: (626) 577-1662
Contact: Jeannette 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 premier 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 Foundation

Phone: (626) 577-1440
Contact: Janie Fogg

To assist with the planning, development, implementation, and support of programs and activities of the Pasadena Police Department.

Pasadena Police Officers Assn.

Phone: (626)795-8406
Fax: (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

Phone: (626) 205-1514
Contact: Dawne Preston

The Pasadena Police Officers Association represents police officers in the Pasadena Police Department. The organization addresses members' concerns with wages, hours, working conditions, welfare programs, and advancement of academic and vocational training to further the police profession while representing the members in their employment relations with the City of Pasadena. 

Pasadena Ronald McDonald House

Phone: (626) 204-0400
Fax: (626) 585-1688
Contact: Carol Horvitz

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 Rotary Club

Phone: (626) 683-8243
Contact: Wendy Anderson

THE PASADENA ROTARY CLUB has over 200 members that meet weekly at the University Club Pasadena to build lifelong friendships with some of the friendliest, most dynamic and successful people in our community. Weekly Wednesday lunch meetings with over 100 business, professional, community leaders, community activists/volunteers and retirees contributing to the well-being and growth of the community, region, and world. Programs include: Happy Feet (providing shoes at the start of a school year for PYUSD elementary school students); Adopt-A-School; Dan Stove Music Contest; 4-way Speech Contest; Community Grants; Done In A Day; Toy Drive; RYLA-Teen Leadership; Project Corazon Super Build; Holiday Bicycle Giveaway and Teachers of Excellence to name a few.

Pasadena Sandwich Company

Phone: (626) 578-1616
Contact: Jonathan Fink

Pasadena Sandwich Company is a family owned and operated NY-styled deli featuring freshly cooked meats and homemade salads. We are open for lunch and cater for all meetings, parties, and events. We thank the community for the privilege to serve quality and quantity at fair prices for over 20 years. 

Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts

Phone: (626) 710-7231

Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts presents the Pasadena Showcase House of Design home tour. The funds raised supports music programs in the greater Pasadena area and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra.

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 Village

Phone: (626) 765-6037
Contact: Katie, Executive Director Brandon

Pasadena Village is an intentional community of adults over 55 who support each other while living independently in their homes. Over 130 Members (and growing) engage in a robust calendar of discussion groups, social activities, support groups, and educational programs. Members nurture new friendships and meaningful experiences while encouraging ways to contribute to the wider community.

Planned Parenthood Pasadena & San Gabriel Valley, Inc

Phone: (626) 794-5737
Fax: (626) 798-4706
Contact: Mint Dalton

Planned Parenthood offers affordable, compassionate health care and education services to women, men and young people. Reproductive health, family planning, and general health care services available.

Professional Child Development Associates

Phone: (626) 793-7350
Fax: (626) 793-7341
Contact: Christopher Perri

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.

Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE)

Phone: (626) 345-5210
Contact: Michelle Mapp

Resources for Infant Educarers is a network of infant-toddler professionals who are passionately dedicated to empowering parents and caregiving professionals to provide the secure and respectful beginnings children need for a healthy life. We do this by teaching Magda Gerber’s Educaring™ approach that affirms that caring educates children about themselves.  

San Gabriel & Pomona Valley Chapter of the American Red Cross

Phone: (626) 447-2193
Fax: (626) 445-4147
Contact: Erica Frausto Aguado

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.

San Gabriel Valley Section NCNW

Phone: (909) 598-5539
Contact: Marie Thermidor

Founded in 1935 by Mary McLeod Bethune, an influential educator and activist, the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. expanded its reach with SGV-NCNW, chartered in La Puente, CA on June 6, 1990. Serving Southern California cities within Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties, the organization started with 54 Charter Members, primarily from St. Stephen Baptist Church. Led by organizer and 1st President Dr. Dorothy Shepherd, they embarked on a journey to make a difference in San Gabriel Valley communities.

SGV-NCNW, a leading volunteer service organization, focuses on serving communities across Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties. Our mission is to educate, empower, and advocate for women of African descent, their families, and the communities we serve. Our impactful work centers around six key areas: Community Service, Youth Development, STEAM Education, Financial Literacy, Health and Wellness, and Civic Engagement.

Recognizing the significance of collaboration, we actively engage with community partners, including food distribution centers, local universities, leading mentoring organizations, and various civic entities. Together, we strive to make a lasting impact on the lives we touch and the communities we serve.

South Lake Business Association

Phone: (626) 792-1259
Fax: (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. 

Southern California Resource Services Independent Living (SCRS-IL)

Phone: (818) 624-7912
Contact: Gabriela Ramirez

Southern California Resource Services for Independent Living, SCRS-IL, is a nonprofit organization based on the philosophy that individuals with disabilities are entitled to the same rights and opportunities as those without disabilities. SCRS-IL provides services such as peer support, youth transitional services, independent living skills training, employment services, as well as community advocacy and resources. By offering information and resources on empowerment and independence, SCRS-IL aims to support individuals with disabilities in achieving greater autonomy and control over their lives.    

St. Baldrick's Foundation

Phone: (626) 793-2700
Fax: (626) 584-6374
Contact: Kathleen Ruddy, CEO

The St. Baldrick’s Foundation is a volunteer and donor-powered charity committed to supporting the most promising research to find cures for childhood cancers and give survivors long and healthy lives.


Phone: (626) 395-7100
Fax: (626) 395-7270
Contact: Debbie Manners

Sycamores, formerly known as Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services, is a highly respected mental health and welfare agency with 10 locations throughout Southern California. For 120 years, Sycamores has been investing in people. Today the agency provides innovative and effective programs and services for children, youth, young adults, and families facing serious life challenges. Services include residential treatment; transitional shelter care; foster care and adoption; transitional living assistance for young adults currently or at risk of experiencing homelessness; outpatient and school-based mental health services; wraparound/in-home services; psychiatric services; psychological testing; and educational support services. 

Ten Thousand Villages of Pasadena

Phone: (626) 229-9892
Contact: Liz Golko

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.

Union Station Homeless Services

Phone: (626) 240-4550
Fax: (626) 798-2397
Contact: Anne Miskey

Union Station Homeless Services is the largest provider of services to people experiencing homelessness in the San Gabriel Valley. Its staff work with adults and families to provide outreach, shelter, housing, employment, and ongoing supportive services to help people find housing and stay housed for good. 

Villa Esperanza Services

Phone: (626) 449-2919
Fax: (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 intellectual and developmental disabilities. Villa Esperanza Services is one of the few organizations offering programs that support individuals with disabilities at every stage of life. The need for services is growing. Today, autism affects 1 in 54 children in the United States. Villa continues to be a leader in providing education for children who are on the moderate to severe end of the spectrum. Villa school includes speech and language, occupational, and behavior therapy for students ranging from elementary to high school. Also available is the Community Integration Program for young adults transitioning into adulthood. For adults and seniors, Villa offers residential and employment services, independent living skills training as well as three adult day programs. For further information call 626-449-2919, ext. 168 or visit the website at 

Westmoreland Academy/Institute for the Redesign of Learning

Phone: (626) 356-1500
Fax: (626) 356-1501
Contact: Gabriel Vazquez

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.

Young & Healthy

Phone: (626) 795-5166
Fax: (626) 795-8154
Contact: Ellen Kramer

Young & Healthy, a Pasadena-based 501(c)(3) organization, was established in 1990 to provide comprehensive health care to low-income school children throughout greater Pasadena who lack or have inadequate health insurance. Young & Healthy maintains a network of 350 physicians, dentists, mental health and other professional health providers who volunteer their services to the program. Our in-house case management staff members provide client screening and follow-up services and act as advocate-liaisons between clients and the medical laboratories, pharmacies, hospitals and other agencies necessary to a child’s treatment. Over 260 active community volunteers support Young & Healthy through the provision of countless programmatic, organizational and fundraising tasks.

Young & Healthy offers a broad array of health services, including Medical Care, Pharmacy and Laboratory, Dental Care, Mental Health Care, Access to care – Insurance Outreach, and Health Education.

Since 1990, we have provided donated professional services valued at nearly $19,927,307 to over 4,000 local children in need. Young & Healthy’ s impact over a twenty-six-year period sends a strong message to the entire community and beyond: In Pasadena, every child matters. 

YWCA Glendale & Pasadena

Phone: (818) 240-4155
Fax: (818) 240-6036
Contact: Lisa Hirsch Marin, COO

YWCA Glendale and Pasadena bring more than 211 years of combined histories of service to advance gender and racial equity with a shared mission of eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Our programs include a 24/7 Domestic Violence Crisis Hotline, a 16-bed Domestic Violence Emergency Shelter, a Domestic Violence Community Services Center that provides case management, legal services, adult and child counseling, trauma-informed childcare, and housing navigation support, a Violence Prevention Education and Outreach Program, a Girls’ Empowerment Program that offers after school programming, summer camp and STEAM education workshops and 1:1 tutoring and mentorship, and Racial Justice Programming including policy advocacy, DEI training and consultation, the 21 Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge and the Coalition for an Anti-Racist Glendale.