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A Child Center That Makes a Difference in the Whole Family

Imagine having to choose between staying home to care for your sick child or going to work to put food on the table. Consider a single parent who works a late shift and must leave their school age children alone in the evening. Think about the divorced father who doesn’t know how to play a role ... Read More or Get In Touch.

“Infusing Fitness” into the Community

Believing in the value of a healthy community and the multitude of happy lives it can create, Infused Fitness, a non-profit organization, is committed to guiding communities into healthy living through group fitness classes.  We serve the whole family and make these services available to those who ... Read More or Get In Touch.

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Winter Coding Club

January 15, 2015

We have the privilege of  meeting some amazing people through our work with Bread for the Journey Omaha. We were fortunate to meet Jennifer and Victor Winter the week before…

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Visual Histories of Homelessness

December 20, 2014

Seen and Heard: Visual Histories of Homelessness in Sonoma County is a project that provides a safe place for homeless people to explore their life experiences through…

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Growing the Next Generation

November 27, 2014

Preschoolers LOVE to play in the mud.  Rather than fight this dirty fact, director Shelley Morrison of the Child Development Center at Feather River College, decided to…

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Gritty City Repertory Youth Theatre

November 21, 2014

Lindsay Krumbein knew that creating a stimulating and physically challenging environment for youth and young adults would inspire them to meet the challenge.  With this vision in…

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Feeding the Spirit

September 15, 2014

Cooking and Coding is a course created by volunteer and UC Santa Cruz student Sara Shimel for low-income students at Mission Hill Middle School, which teaches students…

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