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Canyon City Foundation Logo The Canyon City Foundation provides funding for innovative programs that serve as catalysts for community building in Azusa. The Foundation promotes social welfare, education, and the arts by providing grants to programs that increase community self-sufficiency and capacity. The Canyon City Foundation provides support to 501(c)(3) organizations and government entities that directly serve the community of Azusa.
 
City of Hope Logo Founded in 1913, City of Hope is a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center and a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, making it a national leader in advancing research and treatment protocols. For over a decade, City of Hope has been deemed one of the nation’s elite cancer hospitals by U.S. News & World Report and is currently recognized as the leading cancer hospital in the West.
 

ywca logo YWCA of San Gabriel Valley is the backbone organization for Healthy San Gabriel Valley, a CACHI funded project. We believe that everyone has the right to live in safe, healthy, and equitable communities that promote independence, dignity, and well-being. The YWCA-SGV is a social change organization, that is one of the largest providers of domestic violence, and senior programs in Los Angeles County. Our call to action is to create safer, healthier and equitable communities through direct services, prevention, partnerships and systems change.
 
public health logo County of Los Angeles Public Health Clinical services include immunizations, and screening and treatment of tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases. Their Mission at Community Health Services is “To protect health, prevent disease and promote health and well-being across the life span through targeted population-based interventions and service operations that improve health and quality of life, and reduce health disparities.” Their Vision, “Communities that promote and sustain healthy living.”
 

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Canyon City Foundation Logo The Canyon City Foundation provides funding for innovative programs that serve as catalysts for community building in Azusa. The Foundation promotes social welfare, education, and the arts by providing grants to programs that increase community self-sufficiency and capacity. The Canyon City Foundation provides support to 501(c)(3) organizations and government entities that directly serve the community of Azusa.
 
City of Hope Logo Founded in 1913, City of Hope is a National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center and a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, making it a national leader in advancing research and treatment protocols. For over a decade, City of Hope has been deemed one of the nation’s elite cancer hospitals by U.S. News & World Report and is currently recognized as the leading cancer hospital in the West.
 

ywca logo YWCA of San Gabriel Valley is the backbone organization for Healthy San Gabriel Valley, a CACHI funded project. We believe that everyone has the right to live in safe, healthy, and equitable communities that promote independence, dignity, and well-being. The YWCA-SGV is a social change organization, that is one of the largest providers of domestic violence, and senior programs in Los Angeles County. Our call to action is to create safer, healthier and equitable communities through direct services, prevention, partnerships and systems change.
 
public health logo County of Los Angeles Public Health Clinical services include immunizations, and screening and treatment of tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases. Their Mission at Community Health Services is “To protect health, prevent disease and promote health and well-being across the life span through targeted population-based interventions and service operations that improve health and quality of life, and reduce health disparities.” Their Vision, “Communities that promote and sustain healthy living.”