Puertas Abiertas

$27,960 raised from 79 donations

Category: Community

How We Impact the Community

We work hand in hand with our Latino neighbors to promote healthy living, achieve self-sufficiency, and discover opportunities for leadership and community engagement. A vital resource for access to social services, we embody a culture of compassion and trust that provides a non-stigmatized, safe space for clients from all walks of life.

94% of our clients identify as Latino, 75% have an income of less than $30,000, and 63% work in agriculture, so our services are built to meet this community’s needs.  Our impact is substantial in contributing to the overall wellness of the community.

This fiscal year, we served over 2500 clients; amongst those, 381 received rent, food, or emergency assistance; 950 were assisted with general services and referrals; 290 received legal navigation assistance in immigration, labor law issues, or as victims of crimes; and 100 have received mental health assistance.  This leads to a happier, healthier, more economically vibrant community for everyone.


As a single mom, I felt alone and without support. With Puertas Abiertas I feel at ease, and I know that when I have a concern I can always call and get a helpful answer.

Ana, 45 - Client

What a $10 donation buys

Purchase of basic and essential toiletries for families in need such as toothpaste, deodorant, detergent, and toilet paper.

What a $50 donation buys

Provides food gift cards to families facing urgent financial need and food insecurity.

Other Ways to Help

Volunteer opportunities:

Become a bi-lingual volunteer in one of the following areas:

  • Outreach ambassadors
  • Citizenship Legal Services (form filling, one-on-one tutoring Spanish Civics classes)

Help at food distributions and other events

Wish list for donated items:

  • Gift cards for food/groceries (i.e., Walmart, Grocery Outlet etc.)
  • Gas gift cards
  • Essential toiletries
  • Backpacks and school supplies

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