Bridging the Gaps
Our vision is an engaged community where all needs are met. Through our pro bono services, Pasadena nonprofits can achieve more goals and expand the reach of their programs. By matching community talents with community needs, we help nonprofits become more efficient and effective, as well as enrich the lives of volunteers.
‘Adelante’ means onward or upward in Spanish. To help Latino youth move onward and upward, Stella R. Murga founded what became Adelante Youth Alliance in 2001 as a community-based nonprofit organization in Pasadena. She was responding to a dramatic increase in local youth violence and high school drop-out rates. Read more about how JRP has helped Adelante Youth Alliance.Adelante Mujer Latina
Baboons and Kangaroos and Foxes, Oh My! Meet Chrissy, a precocious baboon who lives at a nonprofit called Animal Tracks, located near Agua Dulce. . Read More about how JRP volunteers have helped these exotic animals.
Restoring an Organization to Good Health When Michelle Kim agreed to leave her position on the board of the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California to become the nonprofit’s interim executive director, she knew she was starting an adventure.Restoring an Organization to Good Health When Michelle Kim agreed to leave her position on the board of the Hemophilia Foundation of Southern California to become the nonprofit’s interim executive director, she knew she was starting an adventure." />
Joyce, recently retired, wanted to find a way to give back, particularly in the Arts community. Joyce spoke with Jericho Road Pasadena, signed up for a Nonprofit Board training program, organized annually by Jericho Road, called The Leadership Connection.A Perfect Fit
Friends in Deed, one of Pasadena’s truly historic nonprofits, began back in 1894. Their goal is to help alleviate poverty by providing clients with food, shelter, and a safe place for women. Find out how JRP volunteer Jim Hilvert helped FID grow and thrive.Creating a Thought Parternship
Moe came to the US last year from Germany, having just completed his PhD in Theoretical Physics. Moe’s wife suggested he utilize his web skills to help charity organizations in his new country. Read more about Moe's work with Family Promise of San Gabriel Valley.
“Doumo arigatou gozaimasu!” is how Louise might express her thanks to Jericho Road Pasadena for being “bridged” with Pasadena’s Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden . Read more about Louise's work through JRP.
The goal of making nonprofit boards diverse isn’t easy. But JRP is committed to helping nonprofits be more inclusive. With inspirational volunteers like Darryl Hallie, we will empower more voices to be heard, which will assist nonprofits to be more effective in their missions. Read more.Read more." />
Many thanks to the Leo Buscaglia FoundationTheir mission is building community spirit by helping people to help others reflecting Dr. Buscaglia’s philosophy to see the good in everyone and the beauty in God’s world.Leo Buscaglia FoundationTheir mission is building community spirit by helping people to help others reflecting Dr. Buscaglia’s philosophy to see the good in everyone and the beauty in God’s world." />