- The Great Southern California ShakeOut
Great Southern California ShakeOut is a week (November 12-16, 2008) of special events featuring the largest earthquake drill in U.S. history, organized to inspire Southern Californians to get ready for big earthquakes, and to prevent disasters from becoming catastrophes.
- Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC)
Gathers new information about earthquakes in Southern California and integrates it into a comprehensive and predictive understanding of earthquake phenomena.
- Olive Crest Homes and Services for Abused Children
Dedicated to preventing and treating victims of child abuse, and preserving the family through innovative programs and comprehensive services. With offices throughout Southern California.
- Southern California Wildfires 2007 (10)
Learn about the 2007 Southern California wildfires that threatened communities in San Diego, San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, Irvine, Malibu, and other locals along the coast. Find sites from state and local governments, local and major news agencies, and relief organizations.
- Earthquake Country
Dedicated to earthquake preparedness in Southern California. Offers a printable 32-page handbook, online video describing how earthquakes have shaped life in the Los Angeles area, safety tips, and other resources.
- ShakeMovie: Caltech's Near Real Time Simulation of Southern California Seismic Events Portal
Presents the public with near real time visualizations of recent significant seismic events in the Southern California region.
- Father Joe's Villages
Homeless rehabilitation program, providing care to families and individuals through services such as education, job training, child care, medical and dental care and addiction counceling.
- Wildlife Waystation
A 160 acre sanctuary and rehabilitation facility for native and exotic wildlife located in the Angeles National Forest of Southern California.
- Dare to Prepare: Earthquake Readiness Campaign
Campaign to raise earthquake awareness and encourage earthquake readiness. Find tips for securing your belongings, securing your home, and being safe during an earthquake.
- Asian Pacific-American Network (APAnet)
Community-based organization offering education, training, and resources to promote the use of multimedia and communication technologies for Asian Pacific-Americans.
- Eisner Foundation, Inc.
Resource for nonprofit organizations in Southern California that help children in need.
- Cabazon Band of Mission Indians
Descendants of Cahuilla Indian Chief Cabazon, and living in the Coachella Valley of the Colorado Desert in Southern California.
- Bay Area Nuclear Waste Coalition
Working to prevent Ward Valley from becoming a nuclear waste dump.
- Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON)
Coalition of Asian and Pacific Islander American (APIA) health, human service, educational, cultural, and policy agencies, advocating for the rights and services of the APIA community in Southern California, primarily in Los Angeles County.
- USGS and The Great Southern California ShakeOut
Learn firsthand how USGS science is being used to help prepare Southern California for a major earthquake and prevent this natural hazard from becoming a catastrophe. Also find information on The Great Southern California ShakeOut.
- Widesky Sky Men's Council
Southern California-based group which uses free style drumming and fashions their meetings after the mythopoetic realm discussed by Robert Bly and Michael Meade.
- Southern California Association of Law Libraries
Offers membership directory, news, information, and other resources.
- Roots in the Sand
Multi-generational portrait of pioneering Punjabi-Mexican families who settled, a century ago, in Southern California's Imperial Valley.