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Recent News

A Moment of Reflection: Our Behavioral Health Response to COVID-19

Posted October 27, 2020

The changing of the seasons is upon us, the election process has started, and there is much occurring in our Bay Area region!

2020 Year-End Giving

Posted October 22, 2020

This holiday season, we will use your generous donations to help families with essentials that ensure children and teens can thrive in school and at home.

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Lionhearted – Boo! Preparing for Scary Times

Posted October 22, 2020

Believe it or not, 2020 is about to hit us with at least two more stressors: the holidays and the election. Time for everyone, including employees and the families we serve, to think ahead.

Uplift Family Services’ We Are Here Give-a-Thon Raises More Than $176K for Los Angeles Families

Posted October 19, 2020

While we couldn’t gather physically at the Norma Jean Gala this year, we found a new way to come together and have a positive impact during a turbulent time with our We Are Here Give-a-Thon!

Uplift Family Services’ Virtual Luncheon Raises More Than $514K for Children & Families

Posted September 21, 2020

More than 300 business leaders, elected officials, and community members attended Uplift Family Service’s virtual Hearts & Hands Luncheon, where we raised more than $500k for our Bay Area children and families.


Posted September 18, 2020

HERE IS WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU. Today, more than ever, we need YOUR support. Challenging times are often most felt by our most vulnerable citizens — children and families who are living below the poverty line, and have been
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