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          In celebration of our 25th anniversary, we are continuing our tradition of giving back to local non-profit organizations and charities that provide vital services to the communities we serve. We have enjoyed 25 amazing years of serving our customers, as well as 25 years supporting the non-profit and charitable organizations in the valley. To continue this tradition, we have created the PARADISE CARES program. As a part of this year-long celebration, Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac will donate $50 to the non-profit charitable organization of your choice for every new car sold. Please ask your Product Specialist for more information. THANK YOU for choosing Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac and participating in the PARADISE CARES program.

 

          All From the Heart is a 501C3 non-profit organization founded in 2004 to support local military families in need. The organization was founded by five individuals that have a heart for assisting these families and desiring to provide them with support in their time of need. Our soldiers and their families endure many sacrifices on behalf of our country. In our everyday lives we sometimes take these sacrifices for granted. All From The Heart’s purpose is to make sure that those sacrifices do not go unnoticed and show that we care and appreciate the service they provide to our country. We help these families with the tremendous emotional and financial stress that their loved ones endure protecting our country.
         

          Assistance League of Temecula Valley, a chapter of National Assistance League, is a nonprofit, volunteer philanthropic organization dedicated to serving the needs of families in Southwest Riverside County. They are an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that puts caring and commitment into action through philanthropic programs in Southwest Riverside County.  Member volunteers are dedicated to identifying and serving the needs of Temecula, Murrieta, Menifee, Lake Elsinore and Wildomar communities through philanthropic programs developed and administered by our members. Our dedicated volunteer members cheerfully give more than 34,000 hours annually to serve and fund our philanthropic programs.

         

          Camp del Corazon is an organization that provides a medically supervised, residential summer camp for children ages 7-17 who are living with heart disease, as well as additional programs for these children and their families. Located on Catalina Island, 22 miles off the California coastline, our camp has served approximately 300 children each year since 1995. Having begun with a volunteer staff of two, 49 campers and a minimal budget, our growth and success stands as a testament to our steady commitment to the population we serve. We offer our camping program free-of-charge, as the families affected by this disease already incur incredible financial burdens from medical bills and often have to seek private or home schooling due to the numerous doctors’ appointments and hospital stays these children require. Children with congenital heart disease are the most underserved pediatric population in the nation, and funding and resources for these children are very scarce. The overwhelming amount of funds raised by prominent charities goes toward adults with coronary artery disease, heart attack and stroke. There is much attention paid to adults with heart disease, but virtually nothing for children born with damaged hearts.


         
          Charity for Charity is a non-profit organization raising funds to fulfill the wishes of local residents with special needs because of life threatening illness or traumatic injury. What makes C for C unique is not only the fact that it is collaborated by a network of friends and volunteers, but that they focus on individuals by helping, changing and inspiring their lives. Charity for Charity selects its annual wish beneficiaries by application each year. The only requirement is that the beneficiary must live in the Temecula Valley. Charity for Charity continues to grow each year and the ultimate goal is to be able to give back to many in the community throughout the year. Charity for Charity also gives scholarships to budding philanthropists in Temecula and Murrieta Unified School Districts. Each year, $2000 in scholarships are given to students who have a heart for their community. These students are picked based on the QUALITY (not the quantity!) of community service that they have completed!


          The Debbie Chisholm Memorial Foundation is dedicated to granting wishes of seriously ill children within the Inland Empire. Our children come from every corner of the Empire from the vineyards of Temecula to the Missions of Riverside and from the Hot Springs of the low desert to the Joshua trees of the high desert. DCMF is there to comfort and cherish this life's most precious gift, our children. We invite you to join us in making their wishes come true. We create memories that last a lifetime. What makes the Debbie Chisholm Memorial Foundation unique is that our wish kids are literally treated like royalty for the day. No matter what the wish, each child and their family is chauffeured to and from their wish in a fabulous stretch limousine.
          The mission of Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley, in partnership with God, is to facilitate the dream of homeownership, as well as improve living conditions for those in the community. Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley was founded on Christian principles in 1991, as an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, to provide low income housing for families in the Inland Valley. We serve the cities of Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, Canyon Lake, Sun City, Menifee, and Perris. Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally, as well as globally, through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes; by advocating for fair and just housing policies; and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their housing conditions. Habitat for Humanity was found on the conviction that every man, woman and child should have a simple, decent place to live and that it should be a matter of conscience and action for all.

          Jacob’s House is a home of refuge where families and loved ones of those in hospitalized traumatic medical need can find hope, comfort, peace and inspiration.  We are a community resource dedicated to serve families in crisis.  We do this by providing a shelter for the physical, emotional and spiritual support. Crisis can strike a family at any time, without warning. Suddenly, the only prayer is for God to reach down and save the life of that loved one. It’s the only thing that matters. But where do families find a place of refuge in the middle of such a traumatic life changing storm? It is the vision of Jacob’s House to be a place of comfort and a place of hope to help families survive and overcome life’s challenges. While we cannot change the destiny, we can impact the journey. No matter what the outcome, Jacob’s House will be a strong tower for families.



          Since 2000, Michelle’s Place Breast Cancer Resource Center has been a beacon of personal support, knowledge, and breast health assistance for individuals and families impacted by breast cancer. Michelle’s Place has been a vital community resource in helping clients navigate and understand the diagnostic process and keep apprised on the latest education related to breast cancer and breast health. We strive to enrich the lives of those impacted by cancer by providing a safe and comfortable environment with various support groups for emotional support, resource materials, educational seminars, a free lending library, free comfort items, service programs, and financial assistance. 

          Oak Grove is a nonprofit 24-hour residential, educational, and therapeutic treatment center that serves 76 children who live on campus as well as 90 – 100 day students who attend our nonpublic school. Our main campus and residential center is located in Murrieta, while our second campus, Oak Grove at the Ranch, is located in Perris and serves an additional 50 students. Children are admitted to our programs with a variety of psychological, social, emotional, behavioral, medical and neurological problems along with concurrent behavioral difficulties, school problems, family dysfunction and alcohol or substance abuse. Many of the children have suffered a variety of physical and/ or sexual abuse, other traumas or have experienced many other severe social, emotional or behavioral challenges.



         
           Our Nicholas Foundation strives to increase autism awareness and provide support for education, work opportunities, therapies, families, and social programs that enrich the lives of children & adults with ASD. Our hope is that we will provide those on the spectrum and their families the tools they need to thrive.



          The mission of Rancho Damacitas Children & Family Services is to end the cycle of child abuse by providing comprehensive care and compassion for foster children, challenged youth and young adults through life-enriching opportunities and strength-based, solution-focused programs and services. Our vision is to nurture, empower and develop self-sufficient, well-educated, healthy young adults who become thriving, contributing members of our community.
they need to thrive.



          S.A.F.E. is committed to providing services for children, youth and families who have experienced or are at risk of abuse and violence. Safe and healthy families where children can thrive is a universal vision. In some homes, however, there are problems of abuse and violence, and in some cases the problems are severe. Because abuse and violence are not limited to any particular family or community, services to address the complex nature of children, youth and families struggling with abuse or violence are imperative. S.A.F.E. provides those services. Our vision is of parents, schools, businesses and agencies working together to make a difference in the lives of children, youth and their families.


          Through events and donations, Susan G. Komen Inland Empire is able to bring funding and hope to the fight against breast cancer.  Each year the Komen Inland Empire Race for the Cure and Affiliate events raise significant funds and awareness for breast cancer, celebrating breast cancer survivorship and honoring those who have lost their battle to the disease. With corporate sponsorship, fundraising and donations throughout the year, strides are being made to improve access to programs and services as well as the quest for the cures.

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