Charities

2016 Update:


Thanks to your help, the SCCA has given back over $275,000 to Southern California local communities since 2006!


 In 2016 alone, $27,900 was raised for our amazing charities. Thank you to all of our members for making this happen!



 

 

 

The mission of the Ronald McDonald House of Loma Linda is to provide a “home away from home” for families of critically ill and injured children receiving medical treatment at Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital and nearby medical facilities.  For several years, the IECA/SCCA has made the Ronald McDonald House of Loma Linda it's key charity.

 


In 2016, our orgnaization was able to donate $12,500 to the Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House.  Since 2006, we have donated over $178,000 and helped countless families during their most important time of need.  Thanks to your support, we are nearing a Lifetime Acheiment Award of $200,000.

 

 Your continued support is paying off exponentially. During the months of July-September 2016, the room you helped raise money for has hosted 107 families for a total of 92 nights.

 


 

 

 la mission

 

From 2013 through 2016, the SCCA has been proud to donate over $32,000.00; the proceeds from LA Golf Tournaments. From the LA Golf Tournament Committee and the SCCA Board of Directors, we once again want to thank all that participated/played/sponsored at the LA event to help make this donation possible, the proceeds made a difference in many peoples lives.


LA Mission


On November 21, 2013 the SCCA was proud to provide Herb Smith, President/CEO of the LA Missions with a check of  Fifteen Thousand dollars ($15,000.00);the proceeds from the LA Golf Tournament that was held September 19, 2013.



boys and girls club


Between 2013-2016 , we were able to raise $12,900 for the Boys and Girls Club. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Tustin is a non-profit youth development center dedicated to promoting the social and educational growth, health and character development of Tustin youth. For over 40 years, their dedicated volunteers and experienced staff have provided sound management, program excellence and responsiveness to the changing needs of our community.

 

Their Mission:   To inspire and enable all young people, especially those that need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens





yaps


Yucaipa Animal Placement Society (Y.A.P.S.) was founded by Betty Martines in 1957. At that time, homeless dogs and cats were wandering the streets of Yucaipa with no where to go, except to Betty’s home. Y.A.P.S. was born out of Betty’s great concern for their welfare, and her desire to save these animals from certain death. Her vision of a “no kill” shelter came from her conviction of wanting to place these animals into loving homes. Through years of hard work and with the help and support of Betty’s most ardent supporter and husband, Jim, Y.A.P.S. was able to incorporate in 1973 as a 501C-3 non-profit organization.

 

Thanks to our successful fund raising efforts, the SCCA has donated over $27,000 to Y.A.P.S. since 2011.



Honorable Mention

Donations have been made since 2008 totalling over $11,000 to the American Cancer Society, Mujeres De Valor, and the Fire & Burn Foundation.


 

The American Cancer Society is dedicated to helping persons who face cancer. Supports research, patient services, early detection, treatment and education.


The mission of Mujeres De Valor is to provide support to families in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties that are affected by domestic violence. We will accomplish this through prevention, intervention, guidance, and education services.


The Fire & Burn Foundation (formerly BI-IE) is a non-profit health agency dedicated to reducing burn injuries and deaths through fire and burn prevention, education and burn survivor support programs and the funding of burn care research and treatment.

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