Who We Support
2016 to present
King-Chavez Primary Academy (KCPA) is part of the King-Chavez Neighborhood of Schools, an organization that in 2005 had the opportunity to restructure the struggling King Elementary in the Stockton/Logan Heights community of San Diego. The mission of King-Chavez Neighborhood of Schools is simple: We seek Excellence in Academics, Arts, and Athletics from the foundation of Love. We partner to provide fresh produce and non-perishable food to the kids of the school.
Chicano Federation of San Diego and IAATK are partners in the IAATK Mini-Pantry at the Chicaon Federation Office in North Park. Families, mostly immigrants, who seek their services, are invited to stop by the converted kitchen to receive non-perishable food, diapers and period products.
WeLuvSandiego and IAATK have been partners since 2021. We team up to hold Pop-Up food and diaper distributions in North San Diego County.
From 2004 to 2017, IAATK had the honor of supporting the following charities. We continue to support them and their children on special projects.
Christie’s Place is a haven for women, children and families impacted by HIV/AIDS. We have been providing toys to Christie’s Place since 1997.
Family Justice Center is a public safety initiative launched by the City of San Diego to assist victims of family violence. It was the first comprehensive "one-stop shop" in the nation for victims of family violence and their children. Under one roof, more than twenty-five agencies have come together to provide consolidated and coordinated legal, social, and health services to women, men, children, and families in need. Victims of family violence can now come to one location to talk to an advocate, get a retraing order, plan for their safety, talk to a police officer, meet with a prosecutor, and receive information on shelter.
Storefront is a program of San Diego Youth and Community Services. Storefront Teen Shelter, provides emergency assistance to teens, 12-17 years of age, who are homeless, exploited, or runaways.
Takewing, a program of San Diego Youth and Community Service, is a transitional living community specifically designed to break the cycle of homelessness and create hope and self-sufficiency. Its focus is to teach homeless teens, teenage moms, young families, and those “aging out” of the foster care system to become independent and productive members of society.
Serra Mesa Food Pantry provides food to individuals and/or families who live in the Serra Mesa area and who are experiencing temporary struggles in obtaining basic necessities during illness, unemployment, or other crisis.
San Diego Rescue Mission has been helping the homeless for more than 50 years. Their comprehensive programs meet basic needs, then go further. They help our clients address the challenges behind their homelessness for positive, lasting change.
Eunime - Es Por Los Ninos' mission is to help to prevent the HIV transmission from Mother to Child via breastfeeding and to provide psycho-social support to enhance the quality of life in women, adolescents and children infected by HIV/AIDS and their families.
Santa Caus provides toys and necessities to orphanages and needy families in South San Diego and Baja California.