CVNL Joins Forces with 100MARIN Giving Circle, Event Scheduled for October 6th. Local nonprofits will be celebrated, and thousands of dollars awarded
CVNL’s Solano Volunteers is partnering with The Firefighter Youth Academy, a youth development and mentoring program born out of the experience of everyday professional firefighters in Richmond.
In Solano County, CVNL’s Solano Volunteers is partnering with The Firefighter Youth Academy, a youth development and mentoring program born out of the experience of everyday professional firefighters in Richmond, California. It provides life guidance and career exploration for youth who are at risk of social, academic, and economic challenges. The Academy is a project of Solutions For At Risk Youth (SFARY), whose goal is to prepare youth for college or a career in the fire service as firefighters or paramedics.
For 60 years, Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL) has worked with local nonprofits, leaders, and volunteers to help them elevate their impact and volunteer efforts. To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of 9/11, CVNL, in partnership with Youth Service America, has designed a series of service projects and educational opportunities: “11 Days of Remembrance.”
The Tri-City NAACP did its part Saturday to help fight the Covid-19 pandemic by joining a vaccination campaign that has seen immunization clinics available nearly every weekend.
This particular vaccine clinic took place at Bethel Community Church and was open to anyone 12 or older.
With the launch of its new-and-improved matching technology, volunteernow.org, they will connect passionate community members with the causes they are passionate about across the North Bay and beyond.