Who we have helped....
The mission of San Diego Refugee Tutoring is to achieve social justice through educational access. The goal of San Diego Refugee Tutoring is to provide one-on-one tutoring and holistic academic support to refugees at Ibarra Elementary School in eastern City Heights.
The One Love Movement adopted this shelter in Bangalore, India October 2015 where we care for 22 kids.
Do It For The Love is a wish-granting nonprofit organization that brings people living with life-threatening illnesses, children with severe challenges and wounded veterans to live concerts. Through the healing power of music, our goal is to inspire joy, hope and lasting celebratory memories in the face of severe illness or trauma.
The mission of Larkin Street Youth Services is to create a continuum of services that inspires youth to move beyond the street. We will nurture potential, promote dignity, and support bold steps by all.
CONNECTS YOUTH TO THE TRANSFORMATIVE POWERS OF THE OUTDOORS through influential outdoor recreation, education, and leadership opportunities. Support from The One Love Movement ensures that OO’s team can provide influential programming to youth in our community who need it most – those residing in low-income, urban communities throughout San Diego County.
A not-for-profit society based in Vancouver, Canada and the Luwero District of central Uganda. Our vision is one where birthing mothers and women living with HIV/AIDS are empowered and able to develop to their full potential. To deliver on this vision, we operate a birth house where women receive holistic, mother centered care throughout their pregnancy and for their newborns. From this site, we also run education programs for teen girls, a community garden program, and an income generating program for women living with HIV/AIDS.
JIT’s mission is to engage a caring community to help transition-age foster youth achieve self-sufficiency and well-being.
A residential rehabilitation facility for sex trafficked young women providing education, psychotherapy & adjunct therapies including yoga, to help women heal from the trauma of the sex trade.
San Francisco, Marin Food Bank - the Mission is to end hunger in San Francisco and Marin.
San Diego Youth Services is proud to have 5 Transitional Living Communities providing affordable housing and wrap-around support services for Transition Age Youth and their children so that they can learn to navigate in the adult world with the goal of living on their own and being self-sufficiency.
BEYOND SCHOOL WALLS, SISTER 2 SISTER: Pairs caring adult women employees who can provide young girls alternative perspectives on their value and unique gifts to counter the active recruitment of 11 – 13 year old girls being lured into human trafficking through gang prostitution. Watch this video which shows Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Diego County’s call to action to prevent human trafficking.
Reaching Hand, India- An NGO having two shelter homes for orphans and destitute children for both girls and boys consisting of 45 (21 girls & 24 boys) children. PARTNERED WITH 36 GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS. We strive to better these children’s educational experience by improving their surroundings and infrastructure to ensure a safe learning environment. We offer the means for HIGHER QUALITY EDUCATION and IMPROVED ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE as well as EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES and CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT.
The Monarch School is a public K- 12 school in San Diego, CA, which is exclusively for students for are homeless, at a risk of being homeless or impacted by homelessness. It is the ONLY such school in United States. The school enrolls approximately 155 students from ages 4- 19. The One Love Movement hosted Yoga Glow In The Night in conjunction with the Monarch School and raised over $11,000 for the school.