Pacificans Care makes a difference for our neighbors in need by supporting essential, safety-net, community-based social services to build an improved quality of life for the entire Pacifica community.
Established in 1982 by a small but dedicated group of citizens, Pacificans Care is a totally volunteer, community-based non-profit organization created to support core social service organizations in Pacifica. Pacificans Care ensures that our neighbors in need succeed in developing a healthy, self-sufficient, and improved quality of life. Pacificans Care and our current core social service agencies “make a difference” for thousands of Pacificans during difficult times.
Pacificans Care Stands United Against Hate
In 1982 Pacificans Care was founded on a set of values that included inclusiveness, social equity, social justice, a broad view of community needs, and a strong commitment to mobilizing resources to meet those critical needs. Pacificans Care is committed to supporting social services that are inclusive of all children, youth, seniors, families, and groups of individuals in need of assistance. Our community and country are struggling with the challenges of deep systemic racial inequity and social justice problems that continue to plague American society. Pacificans Care will continue to be a catalyst for equality and positive social change.
Pacificans Care News
Pacificans Care Community Grant helps keep PAW free to Sunset Ridge Students
Spindrift School of Performing Arts (SSPA) utilized a Pacificans Care Community Grant Program requesting funds to continue to offer free Performing Arts Workshops held at Sunset Ridge Elementary School. The after-school Workshops are extremely popular every year,...
Pacificans Care’s 40th Anniversary
Mark your calendars for a special celebration of Pacificans Care’s 40th Anniversary Saturday, November 5th 2:00 to 5:00pm Community Center
Meet the Pacificans Care Bear!
The Pacificans Care Bear is now our official mascot carrying on the Pacificans Care tradition of helping Pacificans in need