Non-Profits

Fresno Vallarta location top spot for donations

A Fresno Vallarta Supermarkets location raised the most money for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals during the Southern California-based chain's recent four-week donation drive.

Fresno Regional Foundation hires new CEO

Hugh RalstonThe Fresno Regional Foundation has hired a new CEO to replace Dan DeSantis, who departed in June after nine years at the helm of one of the Valley's largest community benefit organizations.

Feeding Families food drive raises $51K

From right to left: Ray Appleton with Community Food Bank CEO Andy SouzaA fundraiser hosted by KMJ 580, KMPH Fox 26 and local agriculture company Gar Tootelian Inc. yesterday helped raise $51,000 for Fresno's Community Food Bank.

KMJ hosts Feeding Families Food Drive today

Radio station KMJ (AM 580 and FM 105.9) is teaming up with a couple of partners for the Feeding Families Food Drive today in Fresno.

Bank of America gives $373K to Valley nonprofits

Bank of America announced its year-to-date giving with grants totaling $373,000 to Valley nonprofits that support residents in need.

Foundation to award $356K in teen pregnancy grants

The Fresno Regional Foundation is hosting a reception Sept. 3 for its $356,908 in grant awards for seven organizations working to prevent teen pregnancy.

Foundation offering $275K in environmental grants

The Fresno Regional Foundation announced the opening of its 2014 Environment Grant Cycle, offering $275,000 to community benefit organizations in Fresno, Tulare, Madera, Merced, Kings and Mariposa counties.

Study: Valley lags in nonprofit services

The San Joaquin Valley has among the highest poverty rates in the state, and yet accounts for relatively few nonprofits to serve them, a new report showed.

Organization to host veterans assistance days

WestCare California will be reaching out to veterans in need of assistance during a series of walk-in service days at the Fresno County Library twice a month.

Marjaree Mason Center awards ceremony set

Marjaree Mason Center Inc., Fresno County’s provider of domestic violence shelter and support services, announced today that the ten women and one business honorees have been selected for the 31st annual Top Ten Professional Women and Top Business Awards from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 17 at the Fresno Convention Center, New Exhibit Hall.