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We All Do Better Through the Diligent Efforts of Good People

We are deeply committed to supporting the needs of our community here in Northern California, and helping those impacted across our country and around the world. Not only is it our responsibility to help when we can, it’s our privilege. We invite you to take a look at a few of our recent initiatives and long-standing partnerships.

Bringing Relief to Northern California

On October 8, 2017, a series of wildfires broke out across drought-stricken Northern California and raged for weeks… Read More >

Sending Aid to Hurricane Victims

We’re proud to share that PRISM and other DCA member companies have donated goods and services to hurricane relief efforts… Read More >

Feeding Those in Need While Working to End Hunger

PRISM Logistics has been working with Rise Against Hunger for the past year as they move toward their goal to end hunger… Read More >

Pooling Resources to Get More Done

The American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) supports disaster recovery by leveraging industry resources to address the unmet needs of relief organizations, communities, and people. See More >

We’re proud to contribute to Abundant Life Ministries.

Born in Denver, Colorado, raised in Danville, California, an alumnus of Auburn University’s School of Nursing in Alabama, Kindri Van Puffelen founded Abundant Life Ministries in 2011. She’d gone to Uganda on a short term trip with another organization to work with kids and help run a week of camp for AIDS orphans and was taken aback by the sheer number of children in the area. Uganda, a country about the size of the state of Oregon, has 20 million children under the age of 18, fending in large part, for themselves, caring for each other. The notorious Joseph Kony was known for attacking villages in the night, killing the adults and taking the children, with boys forced to become killers and girls to become sex slaves. Between this war and the impact of AIDS, the country and its children were largely in survival mode, with no intention, and little possibility, to consider how to become productive adults.

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