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Acme Theatre Company 530-401-6688

Acme Theatre Company is a youth-run, non-profit theatre company. The members and leaders of the company are all high school students.

All Leaders Must Serve

All Leaders Must Serve (ALMS) is a job readiness program formed to empower young adults from 15-25 years of age by instilling purpose, character, work ethics and the desire to give back to their community as self-sufficient adults through the service of mentors.

Ark Preschool 530-681-3103

Ark Preschool, a faith and community based non-profit, provides tuition-free, the highest quality balanced hands-on education for children from income eligible families for the purpose of thriving in Kindergarten.

BBCAN – Bryte & Broderick Community Action Network 916-617-2288

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.

Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Greater Sacramento Area 916-646-9300

Our mission is to help children reach their potential through one-to-one relationships with impactful mentors.

The Bike Campaign 530-753-1125

Our mission is to reduce car trips to school and workplaces, while increasing biking joy and safety. We work closely with city governments, county health departments, school districts, and community service groups.

Burrowing Owl Preservation Society

The Burrowing Owl Preservation Society was created to educate the public and support burrowing owl conservation efforts.

Cache Creek Conservancy 530-661-1070

The Cache Creek Conservancy is a non-profit organization founded in 1996 and dedicated to creek restoration, preservation, and education.

California AgrAbility Program 530-752-1613

We assist farmers, farm workers, and their families with disabilities, injuries, and illnesses to find necessary resources so that they can continue to work and provide for their families in a safe manner.

California Agriculture Museum 530-666-9700

The California Agriculture Museum is home to the nation’s most unique collection of tractors and artifacts.  Interactive exhibits and special events tell the history of farm to fork, dating back to the Gold Rush era.

California Center for Cooperative Development 530-297-1032

The (CCCD) is a nonprofit organization that promotes cooperatives as a vibrant model to address the economic and social needs of California’s communities.

California Center for Public Health Advocacy 844-962-5900

Public Health Advocates (formerly the California Center for Public Health Advocacy) helps neighborhoods and schools become places that nurture health and well-being. We believe that neighborhoods and schools can be places where the physical, social, and economic conditions make health a reality for all people.

California Human Development Corp – Woodland Farmworker Services

Creating opportunities for people to rise above barriers in pursuit of better lives. California Human Development (CHD) is a non-profit organization waging the War on Poverty for 50 years. Inspired in service to our state’s farmworkers, today CHD serves people of low income from many walks of life—giving 25,000 people a year in 31 northern California counties a hand up to the American Dream.

California Youth Connection 916-651-6254

CYC is still guided by current and former foster youth at all levels, including our board of directors and staff.  Our state office serves as a central hub and source of training and support for our 42 chapters and subchapters, now 900-members strong, in counties throughout California.

Capay Valley Vision 530-723-4054

Capay Valley Vision was created to enhance ongoing communication within the diverse community of the Capay Valley, reflecting all opinions and searching for common ground on the vision for the Valley’s future.

Center for Land-Based Learning 530 795-1520

Our Mission is to inspire, educate, and cultivate future generations of farmers, agricultural leaders and natural resource stewards.

Children’s Home Society of California 530 723-5225

The mission of CHS is to reach out to children and families at risk with a range of services that ensure every child the opportunity to develop within a safe, healthy, and secure environment.

Citizens Who Care 530-758-3704

We provide social support services to Yolo County adults and their family caregivers.

City of Davis 530-757-5602
City of Davis Parks and Community Services 530-757-5626

The parks and community services department creates and enhances quality of life for Davis residents and its visitors by providing a diverse array of programs, and recreational facilities.

City of Davis Police Department 530-747-5400
City of Davis Social Services Commission 530-757-5602

Advises the City Council on all matters relating to issues of social services which affect the citizens of Davis, including but not limited to the issues of social services in health, affordable housing, homelessness, hunger, transit, child care, elder adult services, accessibility and low income needs.

City of Winters 530-795-4910
City of Woodland 530-661-5800
Clarksburg Community Church 916-744-1422

We are men, women and children who seek to live out our faith in worship and music, prayer and Bible study, community, service and mission.

Collings Teen Center 916-375-0681

Embrace. Engage. Empower. Nonprofit organization that provides services to teenagers in West Sacramento area.

Community Housing Opportunities of California 707-759-6043

Our mission is to create stable, vibrant and healthy communities by creating sustainable economic development opportunities and developing and operating affordable, program-enriched housing for families, seniors and people with special needs.

Computers for Kids 916-572-1152

Our mission is to improve the educational outcome of low income students attending Washington Unified School District by placing computers in the homes of K-12 students.

Congregation Beth Haverim 530-758-0842

Congregation Bet Haverim exists to promote the enduring and fundamental principles of Judaism and to ensure the continuity of the Jewish communal workship, study and assembly, and to apply the principles of Reform Judaism to the values and the conduct of the individual, family, and the society in which we live.

Cool Davis

Our mission is to inspire our community to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, adapt to a changing climate, and improve the quality of life for all.

Culture C.O.-O.P. 530-792-1334

The Culture C.O.-O.P. promotes understanding and respect for diversity/equity, cultural competency, literacy and a quality education for all.

Davis Arts Center 530-756-4100

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

Davis Bridge Program 530-759-2100

Bridge serves over 150 students each year providing tutoring, mentoring and fun activities after school through a collaboration with the UC Davis work study program at Marguerite Montgomery Elementary School in Davis. Approximately 85 UCD students are matched with one to two students and meet several days per week to help with reading, ELA/SLA, math, science and social studies.

Davis Chamber of Commerce 530-756-5160

Cultivating local prosperity

Davis Community Church 530-753-2894

Davis Community Church is, and seeks to become more fully, a congregation of Christians growing as a community in our identities as beloved children of God and becoming beacons of that love in the world.

Davis Community Meals and Housing 530-756-4008

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

Davis Community Television 530-757-2419

Our work strengthens community through grassroots radio, local TV, websites, and archives.

Davis Farm to School

The mission of Davis Farm to School is to create an educational and cultural environment in our schools that connects food choices with personal health, community, farms and the land.

Davis Media Access 530-757-2419

Our work strengthens community through grassroots radio, local TV, websites, and archives.

Davis Musical Theatre Company 530-756-3682

The mission of DMTC is to conserve the Classic American Musical art form.

Davis Noon Rotary

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

Davis Phoenix Coalition

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

Davis Roots

Davis Roots is a non-profit start-up business accelerator with the shared goal of fostering the formation and early development of new high-growth ventures.

Davis Joint Unified School District 530-757-5300

The mission of Davis Joint Unified School District, a leading center of educational innovation, is to ignite a love of learning and equip each student with the knowledge, skills, character, and well-being to thrive and contribute to an evolving and increasingly-connected world.

Davis Schools Orchestral Music Association 

DSOMA celebrates, promotes, and supports a vision of a comprehensive musical education for all of the Davis Joint Unified School District’s students.

Davis Senior Center 530-757-5696

The Davis Senior Center provides quality recreational, social and supportive services for mature adults and their family members.

Davis Sunrise Rotary 

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

Davis Vanguard 530-400-2512

The Vanguard provides the Davis Community with incisive in-depth coverage of local government on a wide variety of issues.

Dharma Realm 916-374-8268

DRBA established as a state and federally approved non-profit religious and educational corporation for the purpose of bringing the orthodox teachings of the Buddha to the entire world.

Empower Yolo 530-661-6336

Twenty-four hour crisis intervention, emergency shelter, confidential counseling, training, legal assistance, and other services for individuals and families affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking, and child abuse.

Esparto Family Practice, CMC Inc 707-880-7500

Provides health and social services programs to migrant farm workers and their families.

Esparto Regional Chamber of Commerce 530-787-3242

The Esparto Regional Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to advancing the economic and social vitality of the Esparto region.

Explorit Science Center 530-756-0191

Our mission: To ignite and foster curiosity about science and nature through inquiry and discovery.

First 5 Yolo 530-669-2475

First 5 Yolo’s mission is to assist our community to raise children who are healthy, safe, and ready to learn.

First Call Hospice 916-725-2580

First Call Hospice provides Hospice home care services, as well as inpatient services at contracted facilities.

Fourth and Hope 530-661-1218

To feed, clothe, shelter and facilitate recovery to those in need and to show the love of Jesus Christ in words and actions.

Freedom from Hunger 530-758-6200

Freedom from Hunger brings innovative and sustainable self-help solutions to the fight against chronic hunger and poverty. Together with local partners, we equip families with resources they need to build futures of health, hope and dignity.

Friends of the Clarksburg Library

FOCL provides and maintains the building which houses the Clarksburg Branch Library and they donate money for purchasing items for the Library, which can consist of books, magazines, DVDs, CDs, and Spanish language materials.

Friends of the Davis Public Library 

The mission of The Friends is to assist the Davis Public Library in efforts to raise funds, plan for expansion of physical facilities, develop the Library’s book collection, to encourage reading programs for children, and to promote the Library as a cultural center for the city of Davis.

Friends of the Woodland Public Library

Mission: To enrich the cultural and civic life of Woodland and to support the Woodland Public Library in its mission.

Friends of the Yolo Branch Library of Yolo 

The Friends of the Yolo Branch Library of Yolo is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the surrounding area by supporting library programs and facilities.

Gibson House – Yolo County Historical Museum 530-666-1045

The Yolo County Historical Museum’s mission is to preserve and protect the historical heritage and culture of Yolo County and actively tell its story to the community through the Gibson House Museum, its buildings, grounds, and collections.

Goal 4 408 398-5237 reduces child mortality by equipping mothers, health workers, and family members with the knowledge and tools they need to prevent illness.

Habitat for Humanity Yolo County 916-440-1215

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles that seeks to put God’s love into action by building homes, communities and hope.

Hattie Weber Museum 530-758-5637

The Hattie Weber Museum features exhibits depicting the history and heritage of Davis, California, and the surrounding area.

Hear, Here! Advocacy Support Group 530-757-5696

Local chapter of the Hearing Loss Association of America, provides assistance and resources for people with hearing loss and their families to learn how to adjust to living with hearing loss. Address: 646 A St. Davis, CA 95616

Impact Foundry   916-569-8555

The Impact Foundry has been providing comprehensive services and support to nonprofit organizations in the Sacramento region since 1989. Offering comprehensive resources, from a professionally-staffed library, access to a grant funder database, from fundraising workshops to management networking, the Impact Foundry enables new and existing nonprofits to improve management, operations, fund development, marketing & public relations, board development and more.

International Bird Rescue 707.207.0380

Dedicated to mitigating the human impact on seabirds and other aquatic species worldwide.

International House 530-753-5007

International House Davis fosters global cross-cultural exchange, respect, and appreciation through a variety of programs and services. is a website where the volunteer needs of organizations may be posted and volunteers may search for places to serve in the community, providing opportunities to help those in need and enhance the quality of life in the community.

Knights Landing Children’s Center 

KLCC serves economically and culturally diverse families, and nurtures this diversity through policies and programs that cherish cultural diversity and also make the program affordable to all through assistance to lower income families.

Lead for Tomorrow 

Mission: To develop sound families, thriving communities, and a more peaceful world.

Legal Services of Northern California 530-662-1065

Provides quality legal services that empower the poor to identify and defeat the causes and effects of poverty.

Make it Happen for Yolo County  530-220-3112

Mission: Our all-volunteer nonprofit provides underserved foster youth in Yolo County with support & advocacy as well as furniture, household goods, and resources to furnish their first apartment or home.

Meals on Wheels Yolo County 530-662-7035

Mission: 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, well-being and independence.

Mercy Housing California 916-414-4400

Mission: To create stable, vibrant, and healthy communities by developing, financing, and operating affordable, program-enriched housing for families, seniors, and people with special needs who lack the economic resources to access quality, safe housing opportunities.

Mexican American Concilio of Yolo County 530-758-2331

Mission: To provide scholarships and other assistance to promising low and moderate income students, and to provide assistance to low income families in need.

Moose Lodge West Sacramento 916-371-9684

The mission of Moose International, Inc., is to strive for excellence in four areas: (i) a fraternal program and community service within our lodge and chapter system known as the Loyal Order of Moose and the Women of the Moose; (ii) to provide a family environment and education for underprivileged children in residence at Mooseheart, Illinois; (iii) to provide for the needs of senior members at Moosehaven, Florida; and, (iv) to promote membership growth.

MOSAIC Children’s Museum 530-219-2767

MOSAIC is dedicated to inspiring and empowering children through science, art, imagination, and creativity. Their vision is to be a community resource that teaches young children to learn through their curiosity.

Mutual Housing California 916.453.8400

The mission of Mutual Housing California is to develop, operate and advocate for sustainable housing that builds strong communities through resident participation and leadership development.

Myanmar Children’s Foundation 530-510-9770

We seek to cultivate the future leaders and professionals of Myanmar, to expand educational opportunities for rural, poor or disadvantaged children and youth.

NAMI – Yolo 530-756-8181

NAMI Yolo, the local affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, seeks to improve the lives of those living with serious mental illness and their families by providing education on how to better manage the illness, advocacy to reduce stigma and eliminate barriers to treatment, housing and employment and by providing awareness and support to move toward the promise of recovery.

Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church 916-371-4814

We are a Roman Catholic Parish serving the communities of West Sacramento, Broderick, Bryte, Southport and more.

OWL: Older Women’s League 415-712-1695

OWL SF focuses on critical issues facing women as they age. We work to improve the status and quality of life for midlife and older women, both within our organization and with other like-minded groups, locally, state-wide, and nationally.

Pence Gallery 530.758.3370

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

Project Linus of Yolo County

Our mission is two-fold: First, to provide love, a sense of security, warmth and comfort to children who are seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need through the gifts of new, handmade blankets and afghans lovingly created by volunteer “blanketeers.” Second, to provide a rewarding and fun service opportunity for interested individuals and groups in local communities for the benefit of children.

Purple Tree Café 530-341-3087

The mission of Purple Tree Café is to open a non-profit coffee house in Davis, CA, dedicated to building an inclusive community through employment of people with disabilities, creative expression including art and music for all ages and abilities, and the best coffee and snacks in town.

Putah Creek Council 530-795-3006

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

RedRover 916-429-2457

RedRover helps animals rescued from disasters or neglect, domestic violence victims seeking safety with their pets, and animals with life-threatening illnesses.

Resources for Independent Living 916-446-3074 ext. 203
Resources For Independent Living is a grassroots organization dedicated to advancing the rights and full community participation of people with disabilities and seniors in Sacramento and Yolo counties. We accomplish this through providing information and referral, individual and systems advocacy, peer support, personal attendant referral, accessible housing referral, and transition services for those seeking to exit non-community settings such as nursing homes.
RISE, Inc. 530-787-4110: Esparto 530-794-6000: Winters

RISE, Inc. is a non-profit public benefit corporation serving the rural community to enhance the quality of life and opportunity for self-sufficiency.

Rotary of Sacramento

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

Rural Community Assistance Corporation 916-447-2854

RCAC provides training, technical and financial resources and advocacy so rural communities can achieve their goals and visions.

Sacramento Region Community Foundation 916-921-7723

Sacramento Region Community Foundation transforms our community through focused leadership and advocacy that inspire partnerships and expand giving.

Sacramento Spinal Foundation 916-952-4786


Sacramento Spinal Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the life of individuals with spinal cord injuries and their families in Sacramento & Yolo County. Our goal is to raise awareness of this disability, provide resources and financial assistance to SCI individuals for home safety improvements, smarthome technologies, personal care, and intensive physical & occupational therapy rehabilitation.

Sacramento Valley Railroad

Sacramento Valley Historical Railways is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to educating the public about railroads and railroad history and to the preservation and operation of historic railroad equipment and structures in Northern California.

Saint James Catholic Church 530.756.3636

St. James Catholic Church is a community united by faith in God and nourished by Jesus through both the Word and the Eucharist.

Salvation Army 530-661-0141

Mission: To preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

San Pedro Association 

The San Pedro Association is a Madeiran Portuguese Heritage Association focused on maintaining its historical presence in the West Sacramento community and preservation of its historical San Pedro Park.

Shores of Hope 916-372-0200

Shores of Hope is dedicated to reversing the negative consequences of economic, social and other misfortune in the areas of employment, health, housing and hunger through education, technology and other resources so that each member of our community can enjoy and participate to his or her full potential in the richness of life in our community, our society and our country.

Soroptimist International of Winters 530-219-3950

Soroptimist of Winters improves the lives of women and girls both locally and internationally in Sega, Kenya through projects and fundraising.

Soroptomist International of Davis

Soroptimist improves the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment.

Soroptomist International of Woodland

Soroptimist improves the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment.

St. Josephs Catholic Church 916-665-1132

The family of St Joseph’s Parish, is a Roman Catholic community of faithful worshippers, called by God to live out the message of Christ in love and service to all people.

St. Vincent De Paul Society of Esparto

In the spirit of love and justice, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, Sacramento Council, through its districts and conferences throughout the Diocese of Sacramento, provides person-to-person services of time, talent and resources to help our neighbors in need.

Stanford Youth Solutions 916-344-0199

Inspiring sustainable change for young people and their families and empowering them to solve serious challenges together.

STEAC 530-758-8435

The mission of STEAC is to provide immediate short-term assistance with basic necessities to Yolo County families and individuals with income below the poverty level.

Suicide Prevention & Crisis Services of Yolo County 530-756-2931

A non-profit organization with the mission of providing crisis prevention and intervention, education, and community outreach services to the residents of Yolo County.

Team Davis – Special Olympics

Team Davis is a non-profit organization established to help enrich the lives of children and adults with developmental, intellectual and/or physical disabilities living in or close to Davis, California.

Trinity Presbyterian Church 916-371-5875

Trinity is a multigenerational Christian church committed to following Jesus Christ.

Tuleyome 530-350-2599

Tuleyome engages in advocacy and active stewardship with diverse communities to conserve, enhance, restore, and enjoy the lands in the region.

UC Davis Center for Regional Change 530-752-3007

The CRC’s goal is to support the building of healthy, equitable, prosperous, and sustainable regions in California and beyond.

UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden 530-752-4880

The UC Davis Arboretum was founded in 1936 to support teaching and research at the University of California.

UC Davis Community Service Resource Center 530-752-3813

CSRC, a program within the UC Davis Internship and Career Center, has a mission to connect campus members with the community at large.

UC Davis Early Academic Outreach Program  530-752-2521

The Early Academic Outreach Program (EAOP) was established in 1976 by the University of California (UC) to increase the number of students from underserved schools and communities who have the opportunity to achieve a college education.

UC CalFresh Nutrition Education Program 530-666-8143

CalFresh provides assistance to low-income households and can help buy nutritious foods for better health.

Unitarian Universalist Church of Davis 530-753-2581

We are a Welcoming Congregation, celebrating the relationships of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people.  We honor people of all races, genders, ages, and backgrounds.

United Auburn Indian Community 916-329-9180

The United Auburn Indian Community is comprised of both Miwok and Maidu Indians.

Victor Community Support Services 530-601-5612

VCSS Yolo provides prevention and early intervention services targeted to the underserved urban population in Yolo County, including the cities of Davis, Woodland and West Sacramento. The primary focus of the program is to increase resiliency and protective factors to prevent individuals and families from developing symptoms of mental illness and the associated negative life outcomes.

WarmLine Family Resource Center 916-455-9500

WarmLine provides free support, training and consultation to families of children with disabilities from birth to age 26.

Welcome Home Housing 916-899-0951

Welcome Home Housing is a non-profit organization in Sacramento, California that provides affordable housing and services to individuals with mental illness.

West Sacramento City Council 916-617-4516
West Sacramento Foundation 916-572-5179

The West Sacramento Community Foundation has been helping local nonprofits become stronger and do more to improve the quality of life for children, teens, adults, and senior citizens.

West Sacramento Friends of the Library 916-375-6465 ext. 4

The West Sacramento Friends of the Library (WSFOL) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the West Sacramento Community by supporting library programming and services.  WSFOL raises funds, provides financial and volunteer support, and library materials in order to assist the library in carrying out its mission.

West Sacramento Historical Society 916-374-1849

The West Sacramento Historical Society was established in 1993 to preserve the history of West Sacramento and to provide an opportunity for individuals and groups to learn about and experience the rich culture of our past.

West Sacramento Sea Scouts Program 916-929-1417

Sea Scouts is a specialized segment of the Venturing program of the Boy Scouts of America, which was organized to address members’ boating skills and promote knowledge of our maritime heritage.

Western Yolo Grange

The Grange is a family, community organization with its roots in agriculture.

Winters City Council 707-249-4323 (mayor)
Winters Friends of the Library

Since 1985, Winters Friends of the Library, or WFoL, has improved services and increased library access for our community. WFoL has also enhanced the literacy and cultural opportunities for our community through our unique programs and events.

Winters Healthcare Foundation 530-795-2157

Winters Healthcare is an FQHC (a Federally Qualified Health Center). We provide comprehensive healthcare services to all individuals, regardless of their ability to pay. Our services are aimed at meeting as many of your healthcare needs as possible.

Winters Senior Foundation

The purpose of Winters Senior Foundation is to provide a gateway for senior citizens to gather, remain active and to assist with their needs.

Winters Theatre Company 530-795-4014

The Winters Theatre Company is a non-profit performing arts organization which offers the community a wide range of quality theatrical experiences while supporting local arts and education.

Woodland Chamber Singers 530-908-5497

The Woodland Chamber Singers is a non-auditioned, volunteer Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass (SATB) chorus that has been providing the gift of music to local  communities for over 35 years.

Woodland Community College – Foster & Kinship Care Education (530) 574-1964

The mission of Woodland Community College Foster and Kinship Care Education (FKCE) is to provide quality education and training for care providers of children and youth in out-of-home care so that these providers can meet the child’s educational, emotional, behavioral and developmental needs.

Woodland Food Closet 530-662-7020

To organize and engage in activities that provide basic social services to hungry individuals and families in need.

Woodland Library Rose Club

A resource for everyone who loves roses and wishes to be a part of Woodland’s rich tradition of rose cultivation.

Woodland Opera House 530-666-9617

Live Theatre in a Historic Landmark Building

Woodland Public Library 530-661-5980

Mission: To inform and to enhance the quality of life and to foster lifelong learning.

Woodland Schools Foundation

WSF works to support students and teachers of our local public schools. WSF funds educational and after-school opportunities. The WSF was created by parents and community members to support the students and teachers of Woodland Joint Unified School District.

Woodland Tennis Club

The purpose of the Woodland Tennis Club is to promote, encourage and foster the development and growth of tennis for the Woodland community.

Woodland Tree Foundation 530-662-9202

The Woodland Tree Foundation is a non-profit organization run by volunteers dedicated to improving Woodland through the planting of trees. Our motto is Building Community Through Canopy.

Woodland United Way 530-662-3633

The Woodland United Way is dedicated to improving the quality of life in Yolo County by mobilizing people and resources to strengthen our communities and advance the common good.

Word to Russia 916-372-4610

Our Vision is to send the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to the peoples of the Former Soviet Union (FSU) wherever they may reside, thereby fulfilling the command to go into the world and preach the Gospel.

Writing Buddies 530-231-5388

Writing Buddies is a volunteer program offering writing sessions during the school year in local first-, second-, and third-grade classes.

Yes2Kollege Education Resources and African American Women’s Health Legacy 916-230-1631

Yes 2 Kollege can assist your family, schools and organizations with tools to aspire to higher education opportunities.

Yolo County YMCA 530-666-9623

Inspiring all people to a healthy life – in spirit, mind and body is the mission that guides the work of the YMCA of Superior California.

Yolo Adult Day Health Center 530-666-8828

Woodland Memorial Hospital’s Yolo Adult Day Health Center offers a diverse range of services for individuals and families facing the challenges of serious health problems such as dementia, chronic medical diagnoses, mental illness or brain injury.

Yolo Audubon Society

Our mission is to foster an appreciation of birds and other wildlife through educational programs and field trips, bring conservation issues to public awareness, and act to preserve Yolo County bird life and habitat.

Yolo Basin Foundation 530-757-3780

Expanding public appreciation and stewardship of wetlands and wildlife in the Yolo Basin through education and innovative partnerships.

Yolo Community Care Continuum 530-758-2160

Yolo Community Care Continuum is a nonprofit organization established to better the lives of people with mental illness through direct services, advocacy, education, and volunteer efforts.

Yolo Community Foundation 530-312-0593

The mission of Yolo Community Foundation is to inspire and support giving and to provide philanthropic leadership in our community.

Yolo Conflict Resolution Center 530-564-2324

We are an affordable community-based center for helping people resolve conflicts by delivering mediation, facilitation, education, and restorative justice services.

Yolo County Calfresh 855-278-1594

The CalFresh program provides monthly benefits to help low-income individuals or families purchase healthy and nutritious food.

Yolo County CASA 530-661-4200

The Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program has been serving foster youth in the U.S. for almost four decades, and over two decades here in Yolo County.

Yolo County Children’s Alliance 530-757-5558

YCCA is an inter-agency collaborative that coordinates needed family support services, convenes child and family advocates to solve community problems, and gathers and disseminates local information about the needs and the well-being of Yolo County families.

Yolo County District Attorney 530-661-8180

We pursue truth and justice for victims and our communities with commitment, courage and integrity.

Yolo County Health and Human Services 530-661-2750

The Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency provides services that advance our mission of ensuring Yolo County residents are healthy, safe and economically stable.

Yolo County Health Council 530-666-8765

Mission: To serve as an advisory body to the Yolo County Board of Supervisors and actively support and advocate for community health throughout Yolo County.

Yolo County Historical Society

The Yolo County Historical Society strives to preserve, protect, and acknowledge the diverse history of the county through education, communication, and advocacy.

Yolo County Housing 530-662-5428

Yolo County Housing is dedicated to working together to provide quality affordable housing and community development services to all within its service area.

Yolo County Library 530-666-8005

The Yolo County Library strives to bring diverse and dynamic programs and services to its many communities and residents through innovation, communication, engagement, collaboration and diversity, providing opportunities for everyone to read, grow, discover and interact with one another and the world at large.

Yolo County Library Advisory Board

The Library Advisory Board advises the Board of Supervisors and the County Librarian and reviews library services and facilities.

Yolo County Office of Education 530-668-6700
Yolo County Office of Emergency Services 530-406-4930

OES coordinates the county government’s response to disasters or other large scale emergencies.

Yolo County Search and Rescue Team 530-668-5280

The Yolo County Search and Rescue Team comprised of volunteers that provide assistance to the Yolo County Sheriff’s Office in Search and Rescue operations and other support functions.

Yolo County Sheriff’s Team of Active Retired Seniors 530-668-5280

The Sheriff’s Team of Active Retired Seniors (STARS) was formed in 2000 to provide an opportunity for individuals ages 50 and above to volunteer in Yolo County through a variety of nonhazardous law enforcement activities.

Yolo County SPCA

Yolo County SPCA is a non-profit foster home based animal rescue organization that finds home for homeless, abused and neglected animals.

Yolo County Supervisor Don Saylor 530-757-5556

Yolo County Supervisor, District 2

Yolo County Supervisor Oscar Villegas 916-375-6440

Yolo County Supervisor, District 1

Yolo Crisis Nursery 530-758-6680

The purpose of the Yolo Crisis Nursery is to prevent abuse and/or neglect of children under the age of 5 by providing shelter for the children and assistance to their families who are facing a crisis.

Yolo Family Resource Center 530-661-6336

The Yolo Center for Families, a program of Empower Yolo, manages a network of resource centers that provide families with access to a range of programs, services, and information to address the many challenges they face today.

Yolo Family Service Agency 530-662-2211

Our core services include professional counseling in both English and Spanish for children, families, couples, and individuals coping with issues such as marital difficulties, parent/child conflict, depression, anxiety, the effects of trauma and abuse, custody and divorce, and grief and loss.

Yolo Farm to Fork 530-302-5795

Mission: 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.

Yolo Food Bank 530-668-0690

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

Yolo Healthy Aging Alliance 530-757-5583

The mission of Yolo Healthy Aging Alliance is to promote the well being of older adults through education, collaboration and advocacy.

Yolo Hospice 530-758-5566

Our mission is to serve our communities, providing the highest level of care for every patient, every family, every time.

Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network

YIIN (the Yolo Interfaith Immigration Network) is a group of people serving and advocating for immigrants in Yolo County.

Yolo LAFCO 530-666-8048

The mission of the Yolo Local Agency Formation Commission (Yolo LAFCo) is to provide professional, innovative, and proactive leadership in the implementation of the policies of the Yolo LAFCo to enhance the quality of life for the community.

Yolo Land Trust 530-662-1110

Yolo Land Trust is devoted to one critical mission: protecting farmland and ranchland in Yolo County.

YoloArts 530-309-6464

Our Mission: YoloArts is dedicated to cultivating and enriching people’s lives through the arts.

Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District 530-757-3650

The Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District’s mission is to protect human health and property from the harmful effects of air pollution.916-569-8555

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