2018-2019 Funded Agencies

We are proud to announce our 2018-2019 funded programs!

Healthy Living for Foster Children by Alternative Family Services

AFS is committed to identifying, utilizing, and celebrating individual strengths in our approach to healing children and supporting foster and adoptive families who so generously open their homes.

Providing best care possible by Doctors w/o Borders

Medical aid where it's needed most - independent, neutral, impartial.  Providing lifesaving medical humanitarian care, and speaking out about what we see.

Activities that focus on education by Four H Youth Development Program

The University of California 4-H Youth Development Program provides a wide variety of enrichment activities with the ultimate goal of giving youth the skills they need to thrive and succeed throughout their lives. The focus of all California 4-H programs is positive youth development through activities in STEM, healthy living, civic engagement, and leadership. All 4-H programs are accessible and open to all youth.

Caring for lost and abandoned animals by Friends of Front Street Shelter, Inc.              

The Front Street Animal Shelter does far more than caring for lost and abandoned animals in our community. We provide a variety of services that protect both citizens and animals.  More importantly, we keep lost pets safe and sound so they be reunited with their owner or adopted into a new family. 

Supporting improvement of library services by Friends of the Sutter County Library

In spite of the challenging times in which we now live, Friends are more committed than ever to continue to serve the community through Sutter County Library.

Sacramento Loaves and Fishes

Soroptimist Int'l of Woodland

Summer House Inc.

Umbrella of Hope Rescue

Woodland Police Activity league

Yolo SPCA

American Red Cross-Capital Region Chapter

Woodland In-Home Respite and Friendly Visiting Program by Citizens Who Care

This program provides weekly in-home support and friendly visiting with isolated and medically frail elderly individuals and respite for their caregivers. Client families receive two-hour weekly visits from a CWC volunteer and on-going direct support from a professional assessment nurse.
 

Smile Savers Program by CommuniCare Health Centers

This program provides oral health education, dental screenings, flouride treatment and dental sealants in Woodland preschools and elementary schools to promote dental health and early dental care for children.

Davis Community meals

Elderly Nutrition Program/Meals on Wheels

Empower Yolo

Emergency Shelter Services by Fourth and Hope

 This programs provides shelter and three daily meals for homeless individuals and families. The program also provides resources and referrals, case management, and employment training opportunities to assist guests in becoming self-sufficient and obtaining permanent housing.

Powerhouse Science Center

Choose Life Program by Suicide Prevention and Crisis Services of Yolo County

This program is a school-based education and prevention program that targets adolescents in all secondary and continuation schools in Yolo County. Choose Life educates children on the warning signs of suicide and how to access help by using the 24-hour ASK hotline.

Turning Point Community Programs

Supported Housing Program by Yolo Community Care Continuum

This program provides permanent supported housing for individuals with a chronic mental illness and who qualify as very low income according to HUD guidelines. United Way funds are used to leverage $84,423 in federal dollars through the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to house those with no income who are eligible for government benefits due to their mental illness.

Yolo County CASA

Yolo County Children's Alliance

Yolo County YMCA

Yolo Food Bank

Yolo Hospice, Inc.

United Way - Santa Rosa

United Way - Yuba Sutter