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Antelope Valley Board of Trade
Aubrey D’Haenens, Executive Director
41301 12th Street West, Suite D
Palmdale, California 93551
Serving the Antelope Valley since 1957, it is the mission of The Antelope Valley Board of Trade “to engage in maintaining and promoting diverse business and industry, quality infrastructures and a strong legislative voice for the benefit of its members and the Greater Antelope Valley.”
Children's Bureau of Southern California
1529 East Palmdale Blvd., Suite 210
Palmdale, CA 93550
Children’s Bureau is a nonprofit leader in protecting vulnerable children through prevention, treatment and advocacy. The agency has served Antelope Valley families for 30 years with programs and services including child development, parent education, home visitation, infant health, relative caregiver support, after-school tutoring, mental health, foster care and foster-adoption. There is a current need for individuals and/or couples to foster or foster-adopt children in need. Learn more at all4kids.org or attend one of our monthly information meetings held in Palmdale and Lancaster.
E & E Love Foundation
Dey Yusef, Executive Director
2010 West Avenue K
Lancaster, CA 93536
We assist the left behind (orphans) of putting the love one to rest, grief support, continued life support. We also support our age out community of children who need life help and assistance to learn or to continue to live and or survive.
Grace Resource Center
Steve Baker, Executive Director
45134 Sierra Highway
Lancaster, CA 93534
Today, Grace Resources, Inc. touches the lives of over 15,000 people each month by meeting real needs with a touch of Grace. Our vision is to empower people to thrive, not just survive, through training, education, food, clothing, shelter, and medical care.
Greater Antelope Valley Economic Alliance
Kimberly Maevers, CEO
3041 W. Ave K – SCT Room 125
Lancaster, CA 93536
The Greater Antelope Valley Economic Alliance, or simply The Alliance, is the public/private partnership that facilitates business growth and opportunity within our 3000 square-mile region. We serve as allies for enterprise, helping you chart the best course towards finding success and new prosperity here. Take time to discover the amazing opportunities found along Southern California’s Leading Edge. Call (661) 722-6566 to arrange a personal tour.
21031 Ventura Blvd. Suite 610
Woodland Hills , CA 91364
Homes 4 Families was founded in Los Angeles in 2008 and exists to meet the significant need for affordable housing and effective, no-cost services that equip veteran families to move up the economic ladder. With the support of CalVet and generous corporate sponsors and individual donors, we have helped over 374 low-income families achieve their dreams of safe, affordable home ownership. This includes 138 low-income veterans and military families. In the next few years, we will add 77 additional military families to this number.
The Sophia Elizabeth Foundation
Jorge Urbina, CEO
37324 27th Street East
Palmdale, CA 93550
The Sophia Elizabeth Foundation is a Christian based non-profit organization founded in 2015 in The Antelope Valley, with a simple mission in mind; help Low-Income families with children enrolled in K-12 Grade with the essential school supplies and with financial assistance for educational related expenses. Our mission is to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies locally to students most in need.