PSLOD Guide 2016 | Beneficiaries

 

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AIDS Assistance Program—Food Samaritans was founded 25 years ago with the goal of helping the most at-risk members of the Greater Palm Springs community—people who are low-income and compromised by HIV/AIDS.  It recently expanded its services to include people suffering from cancer, MS, heart or liver disease, and other chronic illnesses. Its ongoing mission is to ensure that all AAP clients can continue to live their lives with dignity and self-respect.

pslod_guide2016_beneficiaries_ftcFor The Children

For the Children Foster Adoptive Parent Association (FTC) is a nonprofit organization that recruits and supports foster and adoptive and relative caregivers in the Coachella Valley. It is their mission to encourage new families to open their homes and their hearts to the children in our area of desperate need.

 

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The Center creates a vibrant community by enriching the lives of LGBT people living in Coachella Valley and visitors of all ages, totaling nearly 45,000 client visits annually. A thriving, community-based organization, The Center provides a safe and supportive environment for members to enjoy wellness, educational, support and social programming through wide array of programs. Learn more about The Center online at www.TheCenterPS.org.