South Pasadena High School is the one public high school serving grades 9-12 in the city of South Pasadena, California. With the South Pasadena Middle School and three elementary schools it makes up the South Pasadena Unified School District.Established in 1906, it is the first and only public high school in South Pasadena. The campus is situated on the west side of the city on Fremont Avenue. The school is composed of several main academic buildings, a performing arts auditorium, a swimming pool, three sets of tennis courts, two indoor gymnasiums, a 400-m outdoor track, and three athletic fields. The school's motto is "Scholarship, Leadership, Strength, and Fair Play."
he San Marino Schools Foundation (SMSF) was founded in 1980 as a direct response to significant changes in how public education is funded in California.
Historically, public school districts were funded from local property taxes. This meant that public school districts in high property-value communities like San Marino had a larger tax base to support its schools than communities with lower property values. The resulting disparity in public education funding was the basis for a lawsuit, Serrano v. Priest (affirmed in 1977), in which the California Supreme Court ruled that the system of funding schools from local property taxes was a violation of California’s equal protection clause due to the inherent inequities caused by using property tax dollars as the primary source of funding for public schools.
Autism Speaks is dedicated to promoting solutions, across the spectrum and throughout the life span, for the needs of individuals with autism and their families. We do this through advocacy and support; increasing understanding and acceptance of people with autism; and advancing research into causes and better interventions for autism spectrum disorder and related conditions.
South Pasadena Middle School is a top rated, public school located in SOUTH PASADENA, CA. It has 1,176 students in grades 6-8 with a student-teacher ratio of 24 to 1. According to state test scores, 78% of students are at least proficient in math and 84% in reading.
The Robert Irvine Foundation’s primary focus is giving back and supporting our service members, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need through resiliency, health, and wellness programs, in addition to the financial support of top-rated military and first responder organizations.
The National Women's Law Center is a United States non-profit organization founded by Marcia Greenberger in 1972 and based in Washington, D.C. The Center advocates for women's rights and LGBTQ rights through litigation and policy initiatives.
Southeast Area Animal Control Authority (SEAACA)
The Southeast Area Animal Control Authority, SEAACA, was established in 1975 to answer the community's needs for responsible animal care and control services. With the support of its Board of Commissioners and dedicated staff, SEAACA is committed to providing food, shelter and medical care for lost and abandoned animals. The SEAACA Animal Care Center, located at 9777 Seaaca Street in Downey, shelters animals; reunites lost pets with their families and promotes adoptions
South Pasadena High School Tiger Booster Club
In 1970, the South Pasadena High School Tiger Booster Club officially formed to coordinate fundraising efforts and maximize support for all of the students at SPHS. Prior to that, parents had united to fundraise for their student’s individual school activities, but the formation of the Booster Club successfully coordinated and improved the success of these efforts. And, so this school year, we begin our sixth decade of Booster Club support to SPHS!
Mercy for Animals
Our mission is to construct a compassionate food system by reducing suffering and ending the exploitation of animals for food.
Imagine a world free of cruelty, a world in which we nurture our bodies, minds, and spirits with wholesome, healthy food that is kind to animals and sustainable for our planet. Mercy For Animals believes that world is possible. In fact, it is inevitable if we work together to elevate humanity to its fullest potential.
At Factor-H, we are a group of people coming from many different professions, countries and world-views. We are clinicians, scientists, social workers, educators, artists, and affected families… coming together to help people affected by Huntington’s disease and living in conditions of extreme vulnerability. We are united in our quest for social justice and for the defense of every person’s potential for self-realization. Working together today to improve the future of our friends affected by HD.
New Mexico Farm Sanctuary Birthday Fundraiser!
Help Chris Peed raise fund for New Mexico Farm Sanctuary and their partners Misfits of Oz! This fundraiser will end on his birthday, and 100% of all donations will be made to NM Farm Sanctuary on Tuesday, November 30th, which happens to be Giving Tuesday.
The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF)
The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded by brothers Albert Rose and Michael Rosenzweig, PhD. Their sister Claire died from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), and they were both later diagnosed with the disease. Their goal was to build an organization dedicated to identifying effective treatments and providing support for those living with the disease. This vision shaped the PFF to become what it is today – the leading patient advocacy organization for the PF community. The PFF continues to be the foremost resource for our community by raising awareness, providing disease education, and driving research to find a cure.
Beagle Freedom Project is a non-profit animal rescue and advocacy organization and the world's leading organization for rescuing and rehoming animals used in experimental research.
KW Cares is a 501(c)(3) public charity created to support Keller Williams associates and their families with hardship as a result of a sudden emergency. The charity is the heart of Keller Williams culture in action – finding and serving the higher purpose of business through charitable giving in the market centers and communities where Keller Williams associates live and work.