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In January of 2021 YouthTruth administered surveys across 56 schools from 10 Sonoma County school districts with feedback from 30,000 student, parent and guardian, and school staff community members on topics like, academic challenge, school culture, emotional and mental health.
Leaders from youth-focused community organizations are invited to learn and take action in a two-part event series held April 9 and April 16.
A fire that destroyed over 5,300 homes in 2017, flooding and a 77,000 acre fire in 2019, and now the compounding burden of the coronavirus and massive fires coming at the same time.
We launched the Sonoma County Resilience Fund in 2017 to support our community’s long-term disaster recovery and resilience.
We have made more than $12 million in grants to support nonprofit organizations working on the front lines of disaster recovery.
Our work continues.
From the client who wants to make an immediate philanthropic impact, to the couple hoping to leave a legacy, our team of philanthropic professionals helps you facilitate finding the best solutions for your clients.
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We know Sonoma County. We know the issues, people, and organizations. We bring solutions and big ideas to local problems. We bring heart to solving community challenges.
With us, our donors can do more than simply make a grant to a local nonprofit. By leveraging investments into collective action, we bring donors and organizations together to create lasting community impact.
We believe in our responsibility to leave this place better than we found it. We bring inspiration and practical solutions that create peace of mind.
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