The Yuba-Sutter-Colusa United Way inspires a community of participation that identifies, evaluates and provides funding for community needs.
A non-profit organization whose mission is to provide arts programming, education, advocacy, assistance and service to artists, organizations and residents of Yuba and Sutter counties.
Family SOUP helps families ensure that children with special needs reach their full potential in an inclusive community through specialized services, support and education.
Provides children the opportunity to grow socially, emotionally and intellectually in a warm, loving atmosphere, with activities that gently guide them to develop positive self-images.
Hands of Hope provides supportive services to homeless families with children and single adults seeking to alleviate the conditions leading to chronic homelessness.
Since 1983, our 100% volunteer organization provides emergency food commodities to 8,000+ disadvantaged clients and 40 food pantries in Yuba and Sutter counties.
A non-profit youth & community center that rents our facility for private events and community activities to fund various programs for youth and the community.
Serves Yuba Sutter as a beacon of hope, bridging those in need to activities designed to holistically change lives.
St. Vincent de Paul provides emergency food and clothing in our office, and emergency financial assistance through person to person in-home visits.
The Community Memorial Museum Association supports the Community Memorial Museum of Sutter County, which preserves and shares the history of the Yuba-Sutter region.
Providing community based prevention, intervention, treatment and DUI services since 1974 to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and our community
Harmony Health serves as a community-centered provider of services to improve health, education and economic opportunities for individuals and families.
REST provides emergency shelter and food for homeless families in Yuba and Sutter counties. REST works closely with churches, utilizing their facilities as shelter sites.
The Legal Center’s purpose is to help area seniors obtain their legal rights and provides resources to help them stay in their homes.
The Central Valley Homeless Veterans Assistance Program provides local veterans with financial assistance and other services to help veterans achieve success in their lives.
Meets the physical needs of individuals, families and other non-profit organizations. Provides skilled labor, food, supplies and prayer for the broken hearted.
FREED provides peer-delivered independent living services to individuals of any age and with any type of disability living in Yuba, Sutter and Colusa counties.
Shady Creek Outdoor Education Foundation provides access to students to attend Shady Creek Outdoor School through grants, fundraising activities, student scholarships and program support.
A member of Teen Challenge International, a faith-based ministry which endeavors to help men and women overcome their life-controlling problems.
To assist children, teens, adults and their families with diabetes and the diabetic lifestyle and create a support network for newly diagnosed type 1 diabetics.