We serve 5,300 youth ages 6-18, especially those who need us most, at 13 Clubhouse location in Marin and Petaluma.
FFP provides food assistance, nutrition education and advocacy support for 12,000 low income children, families, seniors and disabled individuals in Humboldt County each month.
Services for the intellectually/developmentally disabled in Lake include: advocacy, employment, personal, social and community services, transportation, and respite for families.
The YWCA Sonoma County operates the only domestic violence shelter in Sonoma County and the only therapeutic preschool for children witnessing violence.
Catholic Charities reaches out to those in need, offers hope through service, and builds better communities.
We are a Santa Rosa TK-8th grade charter school serving students and families of mixed backgrounds with services including food, clothing, housing, and basic health care.
Mentoring invests in the future of our community by fostering relationships between caring adult mentors and school children in need of academic and social support.
In 6 Clubs, we give life-changing education, mentoring, health, fitness, arts, leadership, and gang prevention programs for 1,500 disadvantaged youth, ages 5-18, year-round.
Giant Steps is dedicated to providing life-changing therapies to people with disabilities through therapeutic riding and related equine assisted activities.
A community dining room providing lunch and dinner Monday – Friday. We provide personal care items and mail service. We also deliver Meals on Wheels.
Verity is the only rape crisis center serving Sonoma County. We have a 24/7 hotline, counseling, education, and intervention.
Provides resources and subsidies for families in need of child care and preschool programs. We also operale 11 state-funded preschools across Sonoma County.
We provide critical mental health services through personalized counseling and education servicesto individuals and families throughout the Sonoma County community.
Meals on Wheels, senior lunches, senior transportation, Friendly Visitors, Food Bank, senior commodities, The Exchange discussion group, CalFresh registration, suicide prevention education, nutrition education for seniors.
We serve individuals with acquired brain injuries from traumatic brain injury, stroke, tumor and illness by providing information, referral, peer support, education and advocacy services.
We bring people together to build homes, communities, and hope. We help people in need become homeowners.
Our Mission is to prepare young people to make ethical choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.
Families broken by mothers addiction can heal with residential substance treatment for mothers when infants & young children live on-site together.
Dedicated to helping the Rohnett Park Animal Shelter and the animals in Roohnert Park and Cotati through fundraising, education and public outreach.
Hires underserved youth to perform conservation projects. While working, they attend school to complete their high school diplomas and learn job readiness skills.