There are 18 Charities & Non Profits in Long Beach, California, serving a population of 470,489 people in an area of 51 square miles. There is 1 Charity & Non Profit per 26,138 people, and 1 Charity & Non Profit per 2 square miles.
In California, Long Beach is ranked 240th of 1798 cities in Charities & Non Profits per capita, and 125th of 1798 cities in Charities & Non Profits per square mile.
Find Long Beach, California charities and nonprofits.
Algalita Marine Research Foundation 148 North Marina Drive Long Beach, CA
Alliance Of Abilities 3290 East Spring Street Long Beach, CA
American Cancer Society 936 Pine Avenue Long Beach, CA
Archstone Foundation 401 East Ocean Boulevard Long Beach, CA
Arthritis National Research Foundation 200 Oceangate Long Beach, CA
California Heights Neighborhood Association 3553 Atlantic Avenue Long Beach, CA
Cambodian Aid Project for Education 4331 East Anaheim Street Long Beach, CA
Donor Services Group 1349 Loma Avenue Long Beach, CA
Image Peace Wellness 316 North Winnipeg Place Long Beach, CA
Long Beach Aids Foundation 2630 East 4th Street Long Beach, CA
Long Beach Community Service Development Corporation 3012 Long Beach Boulevard Long Beach, CA
Music Is Hope Foundation 1048 Brenner Place Long Beach, CA
Retirement Housing Foundation 911 North Studebaker Road Long Beach, CA
Salvation Army 1370 Alamitos Avenue Long Beach, CA
Salvation Army 180 East Ocean Boulevard Long Beach, CA
St Francis Center 1041 East 7th Street Long Beach, CA
Stroke Support Association 3759 Orange Avenue Long Beach, CA
Vanguard Cancer Foundation 750 East 29th Street Long Beach, CA
Long Beach Charities are not-for-profit organizations that have a philanthropic goal in Long Beach, CA. The mission of a Long Beach Charity is to benefit the general public through its work, which is often educational, religious, or organized around public interest activities. Charities can include Los Angeles County churches, educational organizations, hospitals or medical research organizations, or organizations tied to public universities.You may contact Non-Profit Charitable organizations for questions about: