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Inspire Giving

Support Philanthropists

The Yolo Community Foundation promotes philanthropy by serving as a public foundation. We offer philanthropic vehicles, like donor advised funds, that make giving easier, more strategic, and tax-advantaged. We provide education, inspiration, and connection for donors. We serve nonprofits through grantmaking, and training and resource development. YCF is a proud affiliate of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation.

Serve Nonprofits

Staff & Board of Directors Jessica Hubbard, Executive Director Jennie Bretschneider Taylor Buley Deborah L. Dunham Vanessa Errecarte Bret Hewitt, President Nora Moore Jimenez, Secretary Cathleen Olsen Lori Raineri, Treasurer Meg Stallard, Vice President James "Matt" Yancey Tico Zendejas

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Animal NorCal Boxer Rescue NCBR is a foster-based rescue for boxer dogs in northern California. We prioritize the most vulnerable dogs, including those who are old, ill, injured, or housed at the shelters where the risk of euthanasia is the greatest. At a minimum, we provide each of our rescued dogs with veterinary care, spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations, a microchip, a temporary foster home at a private residence, lots of love, and placement into a carefully screened forever home.

Rotts of Friends Animal Rescue The mission of Rotts of Friends is to educate and prevent irresponsible breeding and ownership of animals through the rescue, rehabilitation, and placement of discarded and abused animals into forever homes. We are first and foremost an advocate for the dogs. It is our duty to match the rescue to the person or family best suited for the dog. All of our available dogs are spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccines and come with free lifetime obedience training classes at our location.

Davis Arts Center Davis Arts Center is a gathering place for dynamic engagement with the arts. Through multidisciplinary classes and programs for the regional community, we inspire creative expression in people of all ages and fosters an environment for the arts to flourish.

Davis Children’s Chorale The Davis Children’s Chorale enriches our children’s and community’s lives through learning, singing and performing choral music, nurturing a lifelong love for music.

Davis Community Chorale By performing great choral literature, the Davis Chorale is dedicated to enhancing the lives of the community, its audience and its members, in the belief that music elevates the spirit.

Yolo County SPCA

Davis Media Access

To continuously improve the welfare of animals in the community through programs that promote the adoption of homeless animals into permanent and loving homes, provide humane education, advocate for spaying/neutering companion animals, and support trapping, altering and return of community cats. Thanks to the contributions of our members, volunteers, and the public, we can create a more humane tomorrow.

Our mission is to enrich and strengthen the community by providing alternatives to commercial media for local voices, opinions and creative endeavors.

Arts & Culture Acme Theatre Company Our mission is to present plays of high literary quality while providing opportunities for young people to learn acting and technical theatre skills through peer and adult mentorship in an environment of mutual trust, respect, and responsibility. We value learning through doing - Acme Theater Company is run by ninth through twelfth-grade students, with mentorship provided by a small cadre of adults.

Davis Musical Theatre Company The mission of Davis Musical Theatre Company (DMTC) is to conserve the Classic American Musical art form. DMTC will endeavor to produce quality, affordable, family-oriented theatrical musicals open to all people. With both a Main Stage and a Young Performers Theater, DMTC will strive to involve a multitude of people and families seeking to make a contribution toward the preservation of the musical theater art form.

Davis School Arts Foundation Arts and cultural education is crucial to the development of all children. The Davis School Arts Foundation provides partnership and support of culturally relevant arts education for children in Davis public schools. We do this through project grants, advocacy and arts integration training for educators.

Davis Shakespeare Festival DSF strives toward cultural equity through storytelling and education that promotes cultural joy by maintaining spaces that are reflexive, inclusive, and accessible to limitless communities.

Pamela Trokanski Dance Theatre The mission of The Pamela Trokanski Dance Theatre is to redefine dance as an active art form and an integral part of the human experience for all ages and all degrees of technical training, believing that meaningful experiences in the arts help build healthy communities by contributing to physical and mental well-being, culture, academic success, and the ability to create and strengthen human connections.

Pence Gallery The Pence Gallery’s mission is to serve the community through displaying high caliber art exhibits, supporting the development of local and regional artists, and offering educational programs for visitors of all ages.

Robert and Margrit Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts at UC Davis Illuminate. Educate. Connect.


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Wildflower Women’s Ensemble Wildflower Women’s Ensemble was born of the desire to create vibrant classical theatre with entirely female casts. Wildflower Women’s Ensemble is an all-female Shakespeare theatre company based out of Sacramento, CA dedicated to creating vibrant, lively, and wild Shakespeare.

Winters Museum The Winters Museum and the Historical Society of Winters are dedicated to preserving and sharing the rich history of Winters and the Winters area through educational events, research, oral histories, and photo and artifact exhibits.

Woodland Chamber Singers Woodland Chamber Singers organization is devoted to bringing Music Education of many styles for the community, teaching vocal musicians to perform the music selected as well as performing high quality of music for the enjoyment of our community.

Woodland Opera House Inc The Woodland Opera House has enjoyed continued success in its mission to preserve and operate this historical, community treasure for the benefit of the area and to nurture performing arts. Our Theatre for Families and Education Program is dedicated to providing young people, their families, and the community with a quality performing arts experience that encourages young performers to develop confidence, creativity, and cooperation.

Yolo County Fair Museum The Yolo County Historical Society is working with the Woodland Parlor 30 Native Sons of the Golden West, the 40th District Agricultural Association Board of Directors, and other local historical groups to convert a fairgrounds office building into the Yolo County Fair Museum.

YoloArts YoloArts believes arts and cultural practices transform our daily interactions by sparking dialogue, building empathy, and encouraging shared experiences. We strive to inspire a flourishing arts and cultural ecosystem in Yolo County by serving the community, individual artists, and arts organizations.

Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy

Friends of the Woodland Public Library

Davis Phoenix Coalition

The Friends of the Woodland Public Library (FOL), a nonprofit corporation, is an association of persons interested in books and libraries, whose purpose is to enrich the cultural and civic life of Woodland and to support the Woodland Public Library in its mission.

The mission of the Davis Phoenix Coalition is to gather and engage the community to eliminate intolerance, for the purpose of preventing hate motivated violence and cultivating a civic culture that embraces and promotes all aspects of the city’s diverse community.

iDream The Mac Give Back Project

Tese Foundation TESE Foundation arose from advocating and improving the lives of Black girls in the USA and beyond. Improving the lives of teen girls in the USA is in the form of leadership academy and a mentorship program. In developing countries like Zimbabwe, it is food and shelter as well as tuition. Every year, so many students drop out of school because they do not have the financial means to pay for tuition, uniforms, personal hygiene packs, and exam fees.

The People’s Vanguard of Davis The People’s Vanguard of Davis is a community-based watchdog and news reporting organization that publishes daily coverage of local government and criminal justice reform. The Vanguard seeks to bring transparency, accountability, and fairness to local government and the courts, while promoting social justice and democracy, and adhering to principles of accuracy and fairness in our reporting.

Yolo County CASA Our CASA volunteers advocate for abused and neglected children in the foster system to ensure their voices are heard and their needs are met. We champion, without compromise, for the best interest of every Yolo County foster child.

Community Improvement Bryte and Broderick Community Action Network Inc. The Bryte and Broderick Community Action Network (BBCAN) implements and supports programs and projects to meet the aspirations of our diverse community by working with the City, non-profit and faith-based organizations, schools, and businesses toward sustaining a healthy, informed, and engaged community.

iDream - The Mac Give Back Project provides technology/training to those who have a need. Our mission is to find those who reside on the side of the digital divide that contains limited or no access to technology. We gift and train recipients to use computers, laptops, and iPads. We seek to empower everyone with technology for myriad reasons: for education, language acquisition, children’s therapy, enhancing work skills. Help us close the digital divide one computer at a time.

West Sacramento Neighbors Fair West Sacramento Neighbors Fair mission is to bring information and news to residents and visitors in West Sacramento to enhance community, cooperation, and conversation. The mission is further dedicated to providing our youth with communication tools to further their education in broadcasting and radio technology as career paths.

Winters Friends of The Library The Winters Friends of the Library is an all volunteer organization. We promote library involvement, increase literacy, foster a love of reading, and enhance community culture. We serve our community by providing unique and innovative literacy and cultural programs, creating opportunities for lifelong learning, and collaborating to strengthen our library services for the entire community.

Winters Senior Foundation The Winters Senior Foundation is a local non-profit, all volunteer, community-based organization representing and advocating for the senior population in the City of Winters and surrounding areas.

Woodland TV (Formerly known as WAVE TV Channel 21) Woodland TV provides the opportunity for our community to speak and share freely through public access media.


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A letter from the Executive Director of Yolo County Foundation Yolo Conflict Resolution Center

Economic Development

See Page 10 New Season Community Development Corporation New Season Community Development Corporation seeks to revitalize the downtown area of Esparto and the small towns in rural northwestern Yolo County. We purchase properties, rehabilitate them, and find new commercial tenants with businesses that will add to the local economy and create new jobs for community residents. In service of this mission we also undertake projects that beautify these areas such as with murals and provide other services that augment new economic development.

We are a community-based center working to help people resolve conflicts by delivering mediation, facilitation, education, and restorative justice services.

Yolo County Library Foundation

Education

The mission of the YCLF is to enhance the ability of the Yolo County Library to provide library services through the addition of funds and resources. The Yolo County Library Foundation (YCLF) supports the Library’s mission to “provide access for all to ideas that inform, entertain, and inspire.”

Yolo Healthy Aging Alliance The Yolo Healthy Aging Alliance promotes the well being of older adults through Education, Collaboration, and Advocacy.

Davis Schools Foundation Engage the greater Davis community to mobilize resources and provide financial support to our local public schools, helping to ensure effective and equitable learning environments that emphasize social, emotional, and physical well being for all students.

Explorit Science Center “To ignite and foster curiosity about science and nature through inquiry and discovery.” Explorit’s mission is achieved by providing on-site and traveling school based programs that engage students, parents and families in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics) learning through hands-on, minds-on activities.

Creating Opportunities for Educational Development COED

Friends of the 1883 Clarksburg Schoolhouse

COED was created to provide financial and professional support to deserving yet underprivileged students who could not otherwise afford higher education. This support will come in the form of a fellowship that includes a scholarship at a college institution, followed by an externship or internship in the chosen field, and a lifetime access to a mentoring network of academe and professionals.

Restore the iconic 1883 Clarksburg Schoolhouse in order to establish a facility to enhance economic activity in Clarksburg and the Delta by creating a Delta Welcome Center; and protect, promote and enhance the unique cultural, historical, natural resource, agricultural heritage and values of Clarksburg and the Delta by creating an education and resource center in the Schoolhouse.

Thank You

Todd Montgomery, CPA

TO OUR BUSINESS PARTNERS FOR HELPING US INCREASE PHILANTHROPIC GIVING IN YOLO COUNTY


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Friends of the Clarksburg Library Friends of the Clarksburg Library ensures a place for learning, enrichment, and civic and community engagement in the rural community of Clarksburg.

Friends of the Yolo Branch Library The Friends of the Yolo Branch Library supports the Yolo Branch Library in its service to the communities of Dunnigan, Yolo, Zamora, and the surrounding rural areas. We work in concert with the library staff to understand the communities’ needs, develop services to meet those needs, and build community engagement.

Friends of the Yolo County Archives The Archives Preserves The Past And Saves Our Stories: Friends of the Yolo County Archives is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to support the services, staff, and facilities of the Yolo County Archives.

International House Davis International House Davis (I-House) connects people, experiences, and perspectives within a global framework. Our programs, classes, services, and events provide opportunities to learn about and experience cultures from around the world, while building connections within our diverse local community.

MOSAIC Children’s Museum MOSAIC (Museum of Science, Art, Imagination, and Creativity) Children’s Museum enlightens, inspires, and empowers children in their lifelong learning journey while developing their imaginations and artistic abilities.

SMASH SMASH’s mission is to build a strong, diverse, and socially conscious tech workforce by leveling the playing field through academic learning and experiential engagement for high school and college students. SMASH empowers dedicated students of color with an intensive science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, culturally-relevant coursework, and access to resources and social capital that allow them to be successful in college and in their careers.

The Friends of the Esparto Regional Library

California Native Grasslands Association

The purpose of the Friends of the Esparto Regional Library (FERL) is to promote lifelong learning and discovery through the promotion of literacy. The mission of FERL shall be to establish closer relations between the Esparto Regional Library, the communities it serves along with the local school district. FERL will utilize the endowment, donations, and bequests to provide enhanced resources and services.

The mission of the California Native Grasslands Association is to promote, preserve, and restore the diversity of California’s native grasses and grassland ecosystems through education, advocacy, research, and stewardship.

West Sacramento Friends of the Library The West Sacramento Friends of the Library (WSFOL) supports the Arthur F. Turner Community Library by raising funds to develop diverse collections, encourage reading and literacy programs for all ages, and promote the library as an educational and cultural center for the entire West Sacramento community.

Winters Education Foundation To raise sufficient funds to ensure continued educational excellence and equal educational opportunities for every child in a Winters public school classroom.

Winters Music Boosters Winters Music Boosters is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial support and volunteer assistance to help maintain the music programs in Winters public schools.

Winters Participation Gallery Winters Participation Gallery sponsors the Winters History Mural Project, providing a unique creative and artistic opportunity for Winters’ youth to learn about the town’s history and translate that into an exterior mural, beautifying Winters one wall at a time.

Environment Cache Creek Conservancy The Cache Creek Conservancy preserves, restores, and enhances the Cache Creek watershed.

Cool Davis Cool Davis’s mission is to inspire our community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, adapt to a changing climate, and improve the quality of life for all. We are committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in our community to meet our local climate action plan goals and reach carbon neutrality by 2040.

Putah Creek Council Putah Creek Council protects and enhances Putah Creek, its watershed and tributaries through advocacy, education, and community-based stewardship.

Tree Davis To enhance and expand the urban forest by teaching the people of our community to plant and care for trees.

Tuleyome Tuleyome was founded in 2002 as a volunteer advocacyoriented nonprofit conservation organization. Our mission statement reads: “Tuleyome engages in advocacy and active stewardship with diverse communities to conserve, enhance, restore, and enjoy the lands in the region.”

UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden The UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden serves the regional community as a living museum connecting people with the environment and the work of the UC Davis campus. We inspire human potential to help people and the environment thrive!

Woodland Tree Foundation Woodland Tree Foundation is a local grassroots organization which mobilizes and trains volunteers to plant and care for shade trees to help Woodland reach its goal of 25% tree coverage by 2035 as per Woodland’s Climate Action Plan. Our motto is: “Building Community Through Canopy.”


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Yolo Basin Foundation Yolo Basin Foundation is dedicated to expanding public appreciation and stewardship of wetlands and wildlife in the Yolo Basin through education and innovative partnerships.

Food, Agriculture & Nutrition Center for Land-Based Learning

Winters Farm to School

Health

Our mission has three interrelated emphases: - To raise funds to provide fresh, local produce, fruits and nuts for our children’s school food program - To educate children about the positive, long-term health benefits of healthy eating habits - To reconnect children to the rich, deeply rooted agricultural heritage in the community

Yolo Farm to Fork Our mission is to educate the public, especially our children, about the value of a farm-to-table community food system that also teaches us to value the environment.

Our mission is to inspire, educate, and cultivate future generations of farmers, agricultural leaders, and natural resource stewards. By providing high school students and new farmers with the training, resources, and hands-on experience to succeed in their chosen field, the Center for Land-Based Learning is securing the state’s agricultural industry for decades to come. This is our mission, our passion, and our commitment to California’s heritage and economic future.

Meals on Wheels Yolo County To nourish and enrich the lives of individuals in Yolo County with emphasis on those age 60 and older, by providing nutritious meals to active and home bound people thereby promoting their health, wellbeing, and independence.

The mission of Yolo Food Bank (YFB) is to end hunger and malnutrition in Yolo County.

Friends of Adult Day Health Care (FADHC) is committed to promoting the health, dignity, and independence of frail older and disabled adults, and their caregivers by supporting Yolo Adult Day Health Center through fundraising and community awareness.

Yolo Land Trust Yolo Land Trust has one simple & vital mission: to conserve farmland in Yolo County. We have partnered with over 40 family farmers who agreed to keep their farms in farming forever. Now, more than 11,400 acres in Yolo County will always grow food. Permanent farmland conservation keeps our rural heritage alive, maintains open space for wildlife, fosters healthy communities, & generates good jobs. All enjoy locally grown food and vistas of almond blossoms, sunflowers, vineyards & tomatoes.

To learn more, join the mailing list, and see past webinar recordings on topics like Strategic Planning and Fundraising Events, go to

www.YoloNonprofits.org

CommuniCare Health Centers’ mission is rooted in the underlying philosophy that health care is a right, not a privilege. We provide comprehensive and high-quality health care to anyone in our community, regardless of insurance status or ability to pay. We deliver health care in a supportive, safe environment emphasizing patient partnership, wellness and preventive health in all of our services. We invest in employees, learners and volunteers at all levels of the organization.

Friends of Adult Day Health Care

Yolo Food Bank

The Yolo County Nonprofit Leaders Alliance exists to foster collaboration through networking and educational opportunities. Created in ����, the Alliance is run by members of the nonprofit community who plan and organize quarterly meetings. NPLA is a collaborative partnership between Yolo County Library, Yolo Community Foundation, and The Impact Foundry.

CommuniCare Health Centers

Health Education Council The Health Education Council (HEC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating health and well-being in the Sacramento region’s under-served communities by leveraging the power of collaboration.

Yolo Professional Advisors Forum The Professional Advisors Forum is for like-minded advisors serving clients with an interest in improving the Yolo County Community. This network of advisors �estate planning attorneys, CPAs, investment advisors, and many more� believes in the power of supporting their clients' charitable intent. The group meets quarterly to discuss topics such as charitable giving vehicles, regulatory updates, nonprofit board service, wealth management for specific client populations, and more.

Contact info@yolocf.org


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Public Health Advocates Public Health Advocates brings a public health lens to today’s most pressing problems, helping communities to pass laws, reform systems, and establish norms that foster justice, equity, health.

St. John’s Village To honor our residents’ dignity, independence, and spirituality by providing them with a safe, supportive, and caring environment in which to live.

Yolo Hospice Inc To serve our communities providing the highest level of care for every patient, every family, every time.

Housing/Shelter Fourth & Hope It is the mission of Fourth & Hope to feed, clothe, shelter, and facilitate recovery to those in need and to show the love of Jesus Christ in words and actions. This mission is accomplished by providing a continuum of care for people who are homeless and hungry and moving them from the street to stability.

New Hope Community Development Corporation “Bringing People Home” We bring hope, stability, and education for better self-sufficiency and new lives, as well as an affordable place to live for Yolo’s most vulnerable, including our youth, former foster youth, working families, seniors, veterans, farmworkers, the homeless and disabled.

Human Services BRIGHT Children International BRIGHT provides training and education on how to incorporate therapeutic techniques into daily activities to present stimulus and encourage development. BRIGHT supplies consultative services in Music Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Recreational Therapy, and Education. Professionals donate equipment and materials based on consultative services. BRIGHT Children International: Bringing Resources to Inspire Growth, Healing, and Transformation.

Davis Community Meals and Housing

Short Term Emergency Aid Committee (STEAC)

The purpose of Davis Community Meals is to provide low-income and homeless individuals and families with housing, food, and human services to help them rebuild their lives.

The mission of the Short Term Emergency Aid Committee (STEAC) is to provide immediate short-term assistance with basic necessities to Yolo County families and individuals with incomes below the poverty level. Assistance may include help with rent, utilities, clothing, food, education, job readiness, and other basic necessities. STEAC is committed to enlarging the social awareness of the community and to providing opportunities for local community members to help others in need.

Downtown Streets Team, West Sacramento Downtown Streets Team advocates for those with no voice, removes stigma and barriers to employment, and is ending homelessness through the dignity of work.

Empower Yolo Empower Yolo’s mission is to promote safe, healthy, and resilient communities through community outreach and educational programs about available resources to promote health, stability, and self-sufficiency for individuals and families.

Lead4Tomorrow Lead4Tomorrow’s mission is to develop sound families, thriving communities, and a more peaceful world. Lead4Tomorrow’s methodology builds around peer-based education and support and trauma-informed leadership development, applied in three programs: Family Hui, Community Leadership, and East Africa Community and Family Health Initiative.

Mercy Coalition Compelled by our faith to love with unqualified compassion, the Mercy Coalition seeks to serve the homeless and under-served poor in West Sacramento. Across our diverse faith traditions, we share this common calling: to belong to one another, to help one another, and to give generously and in sincere love to those who are without.

Purple Tree Cafe Our mission is to provide community-based employment for people with disabilities and to promote an inclusive community of people with and without disabilities. We provide employment in baking and selling vegan treats; we promote community through music, art, and community events. Finding and keeping employment are major barriers for people with disabilities. California’s policy for assisting them features “Employment First.” We employ and train people with disabilities in marketable skills.

SkateMD Healing Hearts

We serve children who may not otherwise be able to pursue skateboarding, don’t have easy access to skateboard equipment or facilities, and/or those who just need some extra kindness in their lives. Depending on the clinic, we may prioritize children with special needs, foster youth, or other at-risk children.

Yolo County Children’s Alliance

Yolo County Children’s Alliance helps families, particularly non-English speaking families, access services, learn valuable parenting skills, and find support. We do this through family strengthening programs which focus on the following areas: family support, education, and community collaboration and advocacy. Our mission is to assess, coordinate, and act to strengthen and support the continuum of prevention and intervention services and resources for children, youth, and their families.

Yolo Crisis Nursery

The mission of the Yolo Crisis Nursery is to provide early intervention services in a safe environment to nurture healthy and resilient children, strengthen parents, and preserve families.

Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network

YIIN (the Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network) is a group of people serving and advocating for immigrants in Yolo County. We believe that by working together we can make our community a better place for all of us to live and thrive.

Mental Health & Crisis Intervention

RISE, Inc.

NAMI Yolo County

RISE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that serves the rural communities to enhance the quality of life and opportunity for self-sufficiency.

NAMI Yolo County provides advocacy, support, education, and public awareness so that all individuals and families who are affected by mental illness can build better lives.

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Suicide Prevention of Yolo County The mission of Suicide Prevention of Yolo County is to provide crisis prevention and intervention, education, and community outreach services to the residents of Yolo County.

Yolo Community Care Continuum Yolo Community Care Continuum is a non-profit organization established to better the lives of people with a mental illness through direct services, housing and homeless services, advocacy, education and volunteer efforts. Yolo Community Care Continuum excels as a dynamic presence in our community. Our goal is to provide client driven services that assist people in attaining the highest level of mental health possible.

Philanthropy Soroptimist International of Davis OUR VISION Women and girls have the resources and opportunities to reach their full potential and live their dreams. OUR MISSION Soroptimist improves the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. CORE VALUES Gender Equality: Women and girls live free from discrimination. Empowerment: Women and girls are free to act in their own best interest. Education: Women and girls deserve to lead full and productive lives through access to education.

Yolo Community Foundation The Yolo Community Foundation inspires and supports giving and provides philanthropic leadership in our community.

Recreation Friends of Clarksburg Services and Recreation The Friends of the Clarksburg Services and Recreation (FCSR) is a 501c3 designated, community organization founded in 2019 for the purpose of establishing and supporting public park space in the North Delta region. FCSR is currently working to create a Clarksburg Community Park and Aquatic Center. At its core, FCSR believes that access to sports and recreational opportunity builds and connects community while enhancing the health and safety of its residents.

River City Rowing Club We are driven to get people rowing and keep people rowing.

Woodland Cal Ripken Baseball The WOODLAND CAL RIPKEN BASEBALL PROGRAM, using regulation competitive baseball rules - teaches skills, mental and physical development, a respect for the rules of the game, and basic ideals of sportsmanship and fair play. In all aspects, WOODLAND CAL RIPKEN BASEBALL is committed to providing its participants the very best educational sports experience possible. It is our fundamental belief that every child with a desire to play baseball be afforded the opportunity to play.

Youth Development All Leaders Must Serve All Leaders Must Serve (ALMS) is a mentor organization that empowers young adults ages 15-25 through job readiness training to become self-sufficient, prepared for a living wage job, and to give back to the community.

Keep Playing Baseball Keep Playing Baseball (“KPB”) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit providing the most accurate information and advice on the college baseball search and recruiting process at no cost. We believe baseball can act as a vehicle to higher education and better life outcomes. Above all else, our mission is to give every high school baseball player the knowledge and resources needed to play college baseball, succeed as a collegiate student-athlete, and earn a degree.

Make it Happen for Yolo County Make it Happen for Yolo County provides resources and support for under-resourced and at-risk transitional aged youth (TAY) ages 16-24 moving into independent living situations. We receive referrals from Yolo County government agencies and other groups that work with this population. MIH meets directly with the youth and/or their social workers to contribute household furnishings, goods, and gift cards. No other groups exist in Yolo County that provide these resources.

Woodland Schools Foundation Woodland Schools Foundation works to support students and teachers of our local public schools. With your help, WSF funds help to educate students and to support after school activities.

A from letter the Executive Director Dear Yolo Community: During this difficult season, the Yolo nonprofit sector has been an incredible bright spot. As members of our community suffered, our local nonprofits met their needs. They were able to do so thanks to support from community members like you, who donated despite economic uncertainty. I am so proud to be a member of this community. While hope for the end of the pandemic grows, community needs in Yolo County remain high. Food insecurity, housing insecurity, and mental health have been particular concerns for a wide range of vulnerable groups, like low-income households, farmworkers, and seniors. For families with children, these needs are in addition to worries about educational equity, safety, and childcare. Nonprofits need donations so they can continue to meet this elevated need.

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Donor Profile Joan established the Bernd Crasemann and Joan MachlisCrasemann Civil Fund after the passing of her husband, Bernd, in 2018. She has lived in Davis and West Sacramento in Yolo County.

Joan Machlis-Crasemann

What led you to create a donor advised fund at the Yolo Community Foundation? I’ve always given to national and international nonprofits that match my personal values such as civil rights, disasters, the environment, media and women’s issues. And, at the same time, I want to contribute where I live to better lives here. The Yolo Community Foundation provides me the support, networking and expertise to identify groups that fit my interests.

National Philanthropy Day Recognizing the organizations, individuals, and companies

Additionally I strongly believe in the role of Community Foundations to inform the public, improve non-profit performance and be a forum whereby emerging needs and issues such as service overlaps and resource competition can be identified and potentially addressed. I funnel most of my charitable giving through the Foundation— both for local and national/international work.

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COVID-19 COMMUNITY NEEDS SERIES

MARCH ����

Sponsored By

that make a big difference in our community each year

2020 Philanthropy Day Honorees

Sponsored by

Pam & Steve Harrison and Winston Hsu, Center for Land-Based Learning Sacramento Face Mask Project, CommuniCare Health Centers Johanna Savage, Davis Arts Center Reed Youmans, Davis Community Meals and Housing Sheryl Yamamoto, Davis Farm to School Bill Buchanan and Jim Buchanan, Davis Media Access Dave Miller and Eileen Keane, Davis Schools Foundation Volunteer Gardeners, Friends of the Esparto Regional Library Nathan Fanous and Connor Tang, Lead4Tomorrow Dave Hawke, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UC Davis Save the Date Bayside Community Church, Rotary Club of Winters Mary Jo Rodolfa, Winters Education Foundation November 16, 2021 Mike McGowan, Yolo Community Foundation Sharon Hallberg, Yolo County Library Foundation Robb Davis and Brett Lee, Yolo Food Bank Tom Frankel, Yolo Hospice

bit.ly/YoloNPD2020 for honoree videos and a State of the Sector Report

��he pandemic has forced all of us to reevaluate what’s important and where our priorities are� – �achael Mc�inney, C��, Sutter Davis Hospital �� have a lot of hope for the coming year... �hen times get hard, we not only show a lot of strength together, but a lot of heart and resilience.� – Gary S. May, Chancellor, UC Davis �My greatest fear is that when folks are vaccinated and life goes back to normal…we’ll just continue as normal without trying to fi� these systems.� - Anoosh Jorjorian, ApoYolo Project

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Big Day of Giving 2021 — Yolo County Nonprofit Directory — Page 11

It is only the right thing to share.

— Joan

Donor, from Page 10 and have lived in many communities, What motivates you to be philanthropic? I’ve been blessed with much through no particular reason beyond luck. I happened to be born in a privileged race and received parental supervision and a good education. I was in the job market when jobs were plentiful. It is only the right thing to share. How do you participate in Big Day of Giving? Because I’m a bit of a rolling stone

I tend to focus on immediate needs. If I stayed put more I might want to establish long-term relationships with a few organizations. Why do you feel it’s important to support local nonprofits on Big Day of Giving? BDOG has proven to be effective in focusing and mobilizing a lot of charitable giving for the community. The excitement, publicity and showcasing of our nonprofit community around that day works well. I like to be part of that.

Letter, from Page 9 throughout the greater capital At the same time, some nonprofits that are not primarily focused on responding to the crisis are nearing the point of collapse. This is particularly so for organizations that rely on earned revenue, like ticket sales and class tuition, that has dwindled dramatically, as well as those with high fixed costs, like rent on a big venue; arts and culture organizations are especially hard hit. These beloved nonprofits need donations to ensure they are still around to reopen. But YOU can help! Individual giving has remained strong, evidence that our community cares and is ready to help. This directory features the 98 Yolo-based nonprofits that are participating in Big Day of Giving on May 6, 2021. We hope it will be a resource to you as you donate this Big Day of Giving, as well as throughout the year to come. Big Day of Giving is organized by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation as part of its initiative to inspire philanthropy

area. We at the Yolo Community Foundation hope to raise awareness of Big Day of Giving among Yolo donors, to support all of the local nonprofits that participate. Giving on Big Day of Giving is easy! Go to www.bigdayofgiving.org any time on May 6. You can filter the participating organizations by county to see Yolo organizations, as well as by cause, size, etc. You can even give early today, and we’re hosting a #GiveYolo Video Contest for a chance to win an extra $500 for your favorite Yolobased organization. On Big Day of Giving 2020, Yolo nonprofits raised 50 percent more than they did in 2019 – a true testament to our community’s generosity and its understanding of our nonprofits’ tremendous impact. On Big Day of Giving 2021 and beyond, let’s continue to support the impactful nonprofits that serve our Yolo community. Thank you,

Jessica Hubbard

Yolo Community Foundation

#GiveYolo Video Contest Enter to give your favorite Yolo nonprofit(s) a chance to win $500 on Big Day of Giving

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Make a short video saying why you are supporting the organization Post to Facebook from Apr 29 - May 6 at noon, or send to info@yolocf.org Tag #GiveYolo, @NuggetMarkets, and @YoloCommunityFoundation. Invite a friend to make their own video!

Details and Rules: bit.ly/GiveYolo2021

3 $500 Prizes for Yolo County Nonprofits


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