Posted on June 19, 2017
Mentors change the world. They empower success and support young people through their journey to reach their goals and dreams. They enable growth, connection, experiences and as 10,000 Degrees Sonoma County says, “They believe in their amazing students!” This past year, Beth Brown, CEO, and J Mullineaux, Vice President of Philanthropic Services at Community Foundation […]
Posted on February 22, 2017
Brothers, ages 11 and 9, are put on a train alone to escape a growing threat to Jews as war looms. Their parents stay behind in Germany, hoping to join them after taking care of family affairs. They will never see each other again. Hans (“Hank”) Cohn and younger brother Bert lived briefly in France […]
Posted on October 24, 2016
Visit the Charles M. Schulz Museum! If pundits and politicos have left you spinning in recent weeks, re-adjust your wheels and head towards the Schulz Museum for a truly heart-warming and patriotic affair. Prepare to “oooh”, “ahhhh”, and wax nostalgic over the amazing factoids and memorabilia on display at the Mr. Schulz Goes to Washington […]
Posted on September 25, 2015
Analy High School students Nica, Maya, and Isi in the GSE garden. How can a garden grow more than just vegetables? When it helps to grow adults, too. That, at least, is among the aims of the Global Student Embassy (GSE), a Sebastopol nonprofit that serves students in Ecuador and Nicaragua as well as […]
Posted on May 8, 2015
Community Action Partnership’s Pasitos program engages Spanish-speaking families and young children in literacy development, to prepare them to enter kindergarten ready to learn.
Posted on January 31, 2015
Compassion Without Borders cares for pets and unwanted animals from Mexico to Sonoma, providing low-income Spanish speaking families with education about animal care, ID tags, preventative care, and connection to spay/neuter services.
Posted on January 26, 2015
When activist Ligia Booker founded La Luz Center in 1985, the Sonoma Valley Latino population was largely transient, composed of seasonal workers who returned to their native countries once the harvest was done. By 2013, however, the community had stabilized. Serving some 10,000 people a year, La Luz now focuses its resources on helping year-round […]