Flying Panda Gifts 1259 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA94025 This Web retailer sells gifts for "pets and their people." There is no physical retail store. Flying Panda donates 10…More percent of revenue to many animal-rescue and welfare organizations.
Theatreworks 1100 Hamilton Ct, Menlo Park, CA94025-1425 Theatreworks is a live performance venue hosting musicals, plays, dance performances and instructional workshops. The…More business hosts new works, rents costumes and props, organizes writers retreats, accepts script submissions and donations.
John Stott Ministries 1050 Chestnut St, Menlo Park, CA94025 John Stott Ministries supports religious scholars' educational endeavors with moral support and financial assistance.…More This office is the headquarters of the organization, which primarily funds Ph.D. students who major in religious studies for the purpose of developing ministries in other countries. Donations are accepted via website and in person.
Menlo Park Friends of the Library 800 Alma St, Menlo Park, CA94025 This local volunteer organization is dedicated to the growth and improvement of the Menlo Park Public Library. It raises…More money by hosting events and fundraisers, including an annual book fair, special quarterly sales and by selling donated items in the Friends Bookstore.
The library hosts weekly reading and story time programs for children, film discussion groups for adults and free reading clubs and programs during the summer.
Meals On Wheels 800 Middle Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025 This branch of Meals On Wheels cares for seniors who live in Menlo Park and some surrounding towns. It caters to people…More who are homebound, using seasonal ingredients prepared by dieticians, and is part of the nonprofit Peninsula Volunteers network, which provides more than 1,000 meals every week. To donate money or time, download an application packet here or visit the office.
Palo Alto Humane Society 520 Santa Cruz Ave, Menlo Park, CA94025 Palo Alto Humane Society is a nonprofit organization working to keep animals healthy and out of shelters through…More humane programs in intervention, advocacy and education. Over 100 years old, the Society's mission is to "alleviate the suffering of animals, increase public sensitivity to animal issues, and elevate the status of animals in our society." The Society continues to be an influential political organization, recently convincing the Palo Alto City Council not to raise pet adoption fees. Numerous donation and volunteer opportunities are available, including temporary pet fostering, feeding feral cat colonies, staffing tables at events and more. Information about these programs is available on the organization's website.