California Teachers Association Disaster Relief Fund 1705 Murchison Dr, Burlingame, CA94010 The California Teachers Association (CTA) Disaster Relief Fund aids CTA members who suffer losses and damages due to…More natural disaster in California. Financial assistance can apply to both members' residences and classrooms. They can also seek aid for displacement. The disaster relief fund is gathered through donations from CTA members and CTA fund-raisers throughout the year.
Burlingame Public Library 480 Primrose Rd, Burlingame, CA94010 Since 1995, the Burlingame Library Foundation has been supporting the libraries of Burlingame. Foundation members work…More to create and run library programs, maintain library buildings and grow the library's collection. The non-profit holds fundraisers for the libraries and sponsors a semi-annual book sale. They also raise profits by selling donated books online.
The Easton Branch Library is part of the Burlingame Public Library system.
The library is in walking distance…More of many Burlingame schools and acts as a resource to the students and community at large. It was developed as a neighborhood library, but is already closed Fridays due to financial restraints.</p>
<p>Earlier this year, Easton raised $70,000 to avoid decreasing hours at both the Easton and main library. <a href="http://www.saveeastonbranch.org">SaveEastonBranch.org</a> has been established to collect donations for the library.</p>
Pick of The Litter Thrift Shop 1127 Chula Vista Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 Pick of the Litter is a second-hand store operated by the non-profit organization, Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA.…More The store offers great clothing finds, household items, furniture, art, jewelry, electronics, books, vintage and costume clothing and a children's department acquired by donation. Pick of the Litter holds Mobile Adoption Days on every third Tuesday of the month, when everything in the store is 50% off. All proceeds benefit the shelter animals.
Women's Recovery Association 1450 Chapin Ave, Burlingame, CA94010 The Women's Recovery Association is a network of three homes for women recovering from substance abuse. The association…More was founded in 1964 by Sister Anna Marie Towers who was meeting many alcoholic women while teaching in Redwood City. The center teaches skills such as relapse prevention and parenting. The center is funded through donations from individuals, San Mateo County and private foundations.
My New Red Shoes 111 Anza Blvd, Burlingame, CA94010 Heather M. Hopkins founded My New Red Shoes in 2006. After learning of her mother's hardships and confidence issues…More as a disadvantaged youth, she wanted to create a program that empowered children by not only giving them a new pair of shoes but actively educating the community, as well. My New Red Shoes is a nonprofit organization that seeks to create compassion and acceptance. My New Red Shoes also provides homeless and disadvantaged children with a $50 gift card to be used toward new clothes. People of the community are encouraged to volunteer their time and services, or send donations.