In The Community
At Street Properties Inc, we are passionate about all the nonprofit organizations we support. From providing resources to underprivileged children to volunteering at animal shelters, the Street Family is dedicated to doing their part.
-San Diego River Park Foundation-
The San Diego River Park Foundation is dedicated to improving the health of the San Diego River and to create a better quality of life for the community through the creation of a park system the length of the 52-mile river. Their programs, projects, and events are designed to connect people to the historic San Diego River and empower the community to steward and celebrate it.
PILAglobal began working in Tijuana in 2018 to provide quality early childhood education to children at the border who wouldn't otherwise have access. Now serving 300 children ages 3-10 daily, Canyon Nest is the first school of its kind providing free education to children at a migrant shelter at the US Mexico border.
-Animal Care Centers of NYC-
The Animal Care Centers of NYC strive to find loving homes for homeless and abandoned cats, dogs, and rabbits, both by adopting animals directly to the public and by partnering with more than 200 dedicated animal placement organizations. Their field services division responds to calls from the public to help keep NYC communities safe and rescue animals in need. They have facilities in all five boroughs!
-Rancho Coastal Humane Society-
Rancho Coastal Humane Society is dedicated to saving lives of abandoned companion animals, promoting adoption into loving homes and offering education programs and support services that inspire and strengthen the human animal bond.
-CREW San Diego-
CREW's mission is to elevate a network of commercial real estate professionals in San Diego - by fostering inclusive relationships, offering access to networks of developing business opportunities, and providing educational programs to achieve growth and success.
-San Diego Zoo-
San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance is an international, nonprofit conservation organization with two front doors: the San Diego Zoo and the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. They integrate wildlife health and care, science, and education to develop sustainable conservation solutions.
Think Wild's mission is to inspire the high desert community to care for and protect native wildlife through education, conservation, rescue, and rehabilitation.
The non-profit organization was founded in 2016 and is located on 4 acres in East Bend. Think Wild's Wildlife Hospital and Conservation Center opened in 2020 to provide medical care for injured and orphaned native wildlife from Central and parts of Eastern Oregon.