Lafayette Juniors is a non-profit organization made up of local women dedicated to raising funds and offering service in support of other non-profits that serve children, families and seniors in need in Contra Costa County and neighboring counties in the San Francisco area.



Our Beneficiaries: Who we are raising money for right now

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No One Left Behind

No One Left Behind is a national 501©(3) organization which assists Special Immigrant Visa holders (those who worked for the US Government in Afghanistan) and their families resettle in the US. NOLB provides airport greeting upon arrival and are committed to 5 years of support, providing household goods, laptops, employment and education support, family emotional and social support, emergency rent assistance, employment mentors, and social service support.


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City Slicker Farms

City Slicker Farms’ mission is to empower community members to meet the basic need for fresh, healthy food for themselves and their families through sustainable urban farming and gardening. Founded in 2001, City Slicker Farms has been a leader of the 21st-century sustainable urban farming and food justice movement.


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Contra Costa Crisis Center

The Contra Costa Crisis Center offers free confidential services to the community 24/7, every day of the year since 1963. The Crisis Center meets the highest standard of service, certified by the American Association of Suicidology. Services are provided by highly-trained volunteers and staff, and by skilled professionals in three main areas: crisis & text lines, 211, and grief support.

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Girls Inc.

Girls Inc. of Alameda County’s mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Since 1958, the nonprofit has responded to the unique needs of girls from underserved neighborhoods, equipping them to navigate gender, economic, and racial barriers and grow into healthy, educated, and independent adults. Programs take place at the Simpson Center for Girls in Oakland and at more than 20 schools and satellite centers across Alameda County.


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White Pony Express

Starting as an unfunded, grassroots effort by local residents, White Pony Express has developed into the largest food rescue and delivery program in Northern California in its four years of operation. WPE has rescued and delivered 5,200,000 pounds of nutritious, fresh food--enough for 4.4 million meals, the hungry would have gone without.


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