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Temecula Valley

Shakespeare In
The Vines

A Havens for the Arts Company.

Shakespeare in the Vines, a classical theatre company, strives to provide quality education and premiere entertainment for residents of and visitors to the Temecula Valley.

The vision of Shakespeare in the Vines is to create entertainment and educational experiences that preserve and celebrate classic works of literature while establishing a community network of partnerships to increase and improve arts and culture offerings in the area. 

Western Eagle Foundation


Western Eagle Foundation (WEF) is a registered, sustainable nonprofit (501c3) organization, in the state of California since August 1996, that today has grown to the largest discount food and home goods warehouse in Southern California. In keeping with Western Eagle Foundation’s mission “dedicated to feeding the hungry” the Sieja Family offers the following programs so that no baby, child, or family goes hungry.

The Vine 102.5


The Vine 102.5 FM is a listener-supported radio ministry. Contributions are tax-deductible and assist this ministry in sharing the good news of Christ.

ARE Animal Rescue

Rescue Foster Adopt

ARE Animal Rescue is a private rescue operating a no-kill animal shelter and rescue with two main locations and 5+ satellite catteries in retail stores. We assist with over 3000 adoptions every year, and have between 500-1000 animals in our care at all times.

We operate the animal shelter in the city of Banning and assist with reuniting lost pets with their owners and finding homes for unclaimed strays. We provide all of our animals with food, water, shelter, vaccinations, microchips, essential medical care via our partner veterinarian clinics, and eventually a spay/neuter which will help curb the enormous problem of animal overpopulation. We run an expansive foster program to help get as many at-risk animals out of a shelter environment as soon as possible. And we run adoption events and have cattery locations across Southern California to provide as many animals as possible exposure to potential adopters.

Holocaust Remembrance Foundation of the Valley

The Holocaust Remembrance Foundation of the Valley was created in 2015 to preserve the memory of the Holocaust, especially among new generations. The millions of lives lost, the events we must never repeat, and the lessons we must carry forward are slipping away from our young people! So our work is to help our communities hold onto a vital awareness of the Holocaust.

We do this in two ways. First, through the annual March of Remembrance, which has grown significantly over the past four years. And second, through building a local memorial monument for education and remembrance, which we’re in the process of building.

The Temecula Children's Music Foundation

The Temecula Children’s Music Foundation was established to fund high-level performance opportunities  and music education scholarships for young musicians in the Inland Empire California region. Since we were created, we have funded a variety of programs such as musical mentors (where advanced students mentor beginner students) and Cello Fellows Club.

In 2019, we raised funds to help students of Temecula Youth Symphony and Temecula Youth Orchestra travel to New York in 2019 and perform at the Spring Festival at Carnegie Hall where they received a gold rating for their performance. In 2024 we plan to take the orchestras to Austria for an international festival. 

Honoring USA Heroes

At Honoring USA Heroes, we see the value in everyone especially, our fallen heroes. We want to ensure that the memories of our Heroes who paid the ultimate sacrifice are forever immortalized and to help their families move from “Tears of Sadness to Tears of Happiness”. Our mission is to provide a unique memorial picture to the surviving spouse, parents or child of our Heroes. Our acoustic canvas pictures provide a visual image of their hero plus the ability to play their hero’s favorite music or any special recordings or memorials. By adding the dimension of sound to our memorial pictures our vision is to transcend and revolutionize how we honor our hero’s and help keep their memory alive. So that they are “Never to be Forgotten”.

Heroes = First Responders, US Military, Firefighters, Government Security Agencies & Law Enforcement. Who gave their lives in the Line of Duty on and after September 11, 2001.

Rolling for a Cause

Established in 2020, Rolling for a Cause identifies and supports those in our Southern California community who are struggling with immediate need.

Without other avenues of assistance, RFAC beneficiaries receive micro funding to help them as they otherwise face homelessness, terminal illness, domestic harm and a variety of critical challenges.

We are honored to serve this challenged community with a hand up, and keep them from silently falling through the cracks.

Greater Works Today, Inc.

Greater Works Today, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was formed in January of 2015. We started this organization because of all the needs of people in our city.  We believe a city is only as good as its community, the community is a reflection of the people and the people are the product of the problems that are solved.

The Dream Center of Lake Elsinore

The Dream Center is a volunteer-driven organization that finds and fills the needs of individuals and families in our community.

We do this by connecting isolated people to God and a community of support through regular service projects& neighborhood events, promoting freedom from life-controlling issues, offering practical life skills training, and fostering deep spiritual growth.

We work to meet people where they are at, to bring them hope and a way off the streets, out of poverty, and into self-sufficiency.


MilVet is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to connecting the community to local, low-cost and free comprehensive resources through community organizational outreach and providing philanthropic programs to enrich the lives of veterans, seniors, and families in the community.

Our programs include:

  • Military Care Packages -We send personalized monthly care packages to deployed military members each month with nutritious items, hygiene items, and letters of support and encouragement

  • Veteran Support Services – Programs geared toward community involvement, deployed family member support, emergency veteran assistance, resource assistance, veteran advocacy, and more

  • Holidays For Heroes /Santa Toy Drive  Providing gifts for children of military & veteran families for the holidays

His Table By The Sea

Our mission is to empower young women to know their worth through God’s Love.

Provide them a home where they can continue their education and careers, and a place at The Table to encourage, listen, and support them as they transition into stable and independent lives.

We have a home for young women (ages 18+) who have aged out of Casa Hogares (orphanages) or Mexican child protective services.

Our vision starts at The Table because that is where community is created in the home. We want to provide a safe-place where everyone can have their own voice and express themselves.

Empty Cradle

Empty Cradle is a peer support group for parents who have experienced the loss of their baby due to miscarriage, stillbirth, TFMR, infant death, SIDS or SUID. Our goal is to offer bereaved families support via a resource parent network, through monthly meetings, written materials and partnership with the health care community. For information about our monthly meetings please visit our Support Meetings.

The death of a baby is one of life’s most devastating experiences. It leaves parents feeling shocked, disoriented and heartbroken. This grief reaction is a powerful and complex emotional response to the loss of a beloved child. Often, the friends and family of the bereaved parent may have difficulty understanding the depth of the sorrow or the length of time needed to deal with the pain. For this reason, grieving can be very lonely.

Inland Empire Photo Club

The Inland Empire Photography Club’s mission is to operate a photography club for the exclusive use and enjoyment of its members in order to promote interest, knowledge, experience and enjoyment in the art and science of photography through presentation, practice and sharing of experience of its members. And to foster personal growth, expression, creativity, excellence and ethical conduct in all aspects of photographic endeavor.

Sale Ranch Animal Sanctuary

The Sale Ranch Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit Off The Grid farm animal sanctuary and gardens in Temecula, Southern California offering rescue and refuge to animals discarded by the food industry, hospice to senior horses and those with medical needs.

Bingo's Buddies

For decades, we have opened our hearts and homes to small geriatric and hospice dogs, offering them a place of comfort and compassion in their twilight years. With each wagging tail that finds a loving home, our joy multiplies. Our commitment extends beyond rescue; we strive to make a lasting impact by microchipping pets and operating a pet pantry to support families in need. Together, we are a community of dedicated individuals, bound by the belief that every furry friend deserves a chance at happiness.

Trauma Intervention Programs

The TIP Riverside Chapter is a dedicated group of typical everyday citizens helping everyday citizens in traumatic crises. Our group of helpful, supportive volunteers is here to serve the needs of anyone when requested by any first responder, hospital personnel, paramedic, or coroner’s office to bring emotional first aid to survivors, friends, and family in crisis.

Faith In Motion

Faith in Motion is a faith-based organization working in Riverside County to help faith communities take an active role in supporting children in foster care. From the days of the Orphan Trains to today in Riverside County, faith communities have always united to care for children in need.

The Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) instituted the Faith In Motion Collaborative in 2013. It has grown in size, outreach, and resources with faith partners who have provided support activities, numerous resources, multiple donations, and recruitment events for families to open their homes and hearts to children in foster care.

The Fallen American Veterans Foundation

The Fallen American Veterans Foundation, Inc. is operated in the spirit and belief that every US Service Person Missing In Action – whose body remains unrecovered – should be brought home to their families and a grateful nation. FAVF advocates for these fallen heroes, their families and friends, and for every service member that has served honorably overseas and in harm’s way.

K&L Animal Rescue

At K&L Animal Rescue, our mission is to address the urgent challenge of overcrowding in animal shelters by providing a safe haven for unidentified pets rescued from the streets. We are dedicated to reducing the number of animals in need through active involvement in spaying, neutering, and medical support. Our commitment extends beyond rescue operations; we strive to influence positive change through advocacy for stronger animal cruelty penalties and the promotion of animal rights. Central to our ethos is a vision to curtail and ultimately end the practices of breeding and backyard breeding. Our long-term goal is to establish multiple facilities across the United States, significantly reducing the necessity of euthanasia due to overcrowding and ensuring a compassionate, responsible approach towards animal welfare.

Charity for Charity

Charity for Charity is a local wish fulfilling organization fulfilling wishes for those with life threatening illness or traumatic injury. Charity for Charity not only fulfills wishes, but shares their stories that opens doors for even more opportunity for help and resources as well as keeping the families part of our Charity for Charity family. As a part of our Charity for Charity family, they are invited to events throughout the year, prayed for, loved and celebrated, always.

Alaska Adventure Project

Alaska Adventure Project (AAP) is an organization that was created with the sole purpose of benefiting wounded and disabled Veterans. The organization was formed in response to the overwhelming need to bring our brothers and sisters in arms together in a positive environment. We aim to use the natural wonders of the Alaskan frontier as well as the camaraderie of fellow veterans to combat the challenges with post-traumatic stress.

100 Women Who Care

100+ Women Who Care Temecula Valley is a powerful and inspiring group of women who are dedicated to making a positive impact in their community. This group meets quarterly to hear from three different charities and then vote on which one will receive a $100 check from each member. The meetings are only one hour long, making it easy for busy women to attend and participate in this philanthropic endeavor.

Temecula Valley Historical Society

The Temecula Valley Historical Society was founded in 2001. 

Projects have included the placement of plaques and markers on historic buildings and sites in Old Town Temecula, the restoration of the Louis Wolf Tomb, the restoration of a stagecoach, and the production of a DVD about the local history.   The Society provides selfguided walking tour maps of Old Town Temecula to local shopkeepers for public distribution.

Monthly meetings are held at the Little Temecula History Center which include speaker presentations on the local history of Temecula Valley.   The Society organizes local field trips and has a group of actors who are available to perform to local groups depicting historical people of the area.

Fine Art Network

Since being established in 1994, Fine Arts Network Theater Company has been committed to creating community opportunities for high quality theatrical productions. Fine Arts Network Theater Company strives to give every performer a chance to better their craft. We work within the community to help with other local productions and offer support to theatrical events throughout the Inland Empire. Our FANmily’s goal is to provide excellent productions that leave the community better for having produced them.

Rose Again Foundation

Rose Again Foundation is a non-profit, 501 (c)3 organization dedicated to serving foster children and families in southwest Riverside County. Our programs provide gap-services that enable both our foster youth and families to thrive.

Founded in 2013 by Natalie Rose (Shadle) Dixon, Rose Again Foundation was a result of a life-changing mission trip to Guatemala. This trip instilled a deep passion to serve orphans and foster children. In May 2013, just after Natalie graduated from high school, she assembled the first Board of Directors and conducted their first meeting.

Bike Temecula Valley Bicycle Coalition

Our vision is for a safe, easy, and convenient cycling network that connects where people live, work, and play. This bicycle coalition supports SAFE infrastructure and bike routes. We are able to educate, inspire, and activate the Temecula Valley community to create a world-class network of SAFE recreational and active transportation infrastructure for all ages and abilities. BTV is dedicated to all levels of riders, from recreational to highly competitive, we are about building a community of cyclists.

Circle of Care

For 26 years, Circle of Care has provided assistance to families and individuals in need with everyday necessities. Our mission is to help and sustain these members of our community by providing hope, and tangible, everyday items needed to thrive and  rise above their current circumstances. We rely on the support of local businesses, churches, and grants for our day-to-day operations. 

Racho Damacitas Community Mission Of Hope

Rancho Damacitas Children & Family Services (founded in 1983 as Thessalonika Family Services) was started as a foster home for young girls removed from their homes due to severe abuse and neglect.  As the needs of the children grew, so did the organization.  More foster homes were added until land was purchased outside Temecula, CA to build a residential campus.  In 1988 construction began for what people would soon come to know as “Rancho Damacitas” Beginning in October 2017, Rancho Damacitas transitioned from serving foster youth to serving struggling single mothers with young children through the Empowerment Village Housing Program and began focusing on strengthening families to keep their children out of the foster care system and families intact. 

West Coast Country Music Association

Our amazing team of officers and volunteers are committed to helping others grow and achieve their dreams. As we continue to grow, WCCMA’s goal is to be a permanent and solid partner in our local community’s efforts toward self-reliance and productivity. We believe that charity begins at home. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!

Home For A Home

In high school, Home for a Home founder Nick Cooper visited Mexico every spring break with a group of fellow students to build houses for the poor.  The experience of seeing such stark poverty and lack of adequate housing left a lasting impression.

After college, Nick found success in his real estate career, but over time felt a lack of purpose and became determined to find a way to create a positive impact through his work efforts.

Inspired by the rise of social enterprise, Nick explored the idea of using real estate as a vehicle to relieve suffering and provide hope in people’s lives. With this innovation, the concept of using revenue from real estate transactions to sustainably support home construction for those in need was created.

Alzheimer's Association

The Alzheimer’s Association® is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. Founded in 1980 by a group of family caregivers and individuals interested in research, the Association includes our home office in Chicago, a public policy office in Washington, D.C. and a presence in communities across the country.Worldwide, more than 55 million people are living with dementia. In the United States alone, more than 6 million have Alzheimer’s, and over 11 million are providing unpaid care. The Association addresses this crisis by providing education and support to the millions who face dementia every day, while advancing critical research toward methods of treatment, prevention and, ultimately, a cure.We provide care and support to all those facing Alzheimer’s and other dementia.