The Benicia Historical Museum is a local history museum that shares the story of Benicia’s place in the history of California and how this history relates to the development of our country pre- and post-statehood.
The Benicia Tree Foundation is an all-volunteer non-profit organization established in 2009 that has worked with property owners on projects to plant and maintain trees within the City of Benicia.
In Solano County, we have been offering wellness and recovery programs for more than 20 years. Our services include homeless outreach, residential treatment and supported housing, mental health case management, supported employment, and more.
Camp Fire is a youth development organization committed to building upon over 100 years of rich history and experience in responding to the changing needs of youth. We believe that through informal education programs "kids can be kids," have fun, learn to set goals, and meet challenges.
This mobile home park is a 131-space, resident-owned facility that accomodates very poor to extremely low income persons aged 55+
Catholic Charities of Yolo-Solano provide services to the poor and vulnerable, promoting human dignity, and advancing social justice. We offer programs and services in three areas: Family Assistance - Critical needs to Individual/Family with a food assistance pantry, Cal Fresh, Outreach,Snap Ed, Season of Sharing-rental assistance and Vita Tax Assistance Counseling Program - Martial, Family, and Child Development Immigration Legal Services - Full DOJ accredited program with legal assistance
A self-help organization run by and for peers. Provides a Wellness Recovery center for mental health consumers serving the underserved and non-served.
Connections For Life (CFL) provides support to adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities who want to live independently in their own home. This support is customized for each person, catering to their specific needs of support. We also provide mobility training on public transportation throughout Solano County.
A one-stop-shop of Social Services and Family Case Management. A family resource center. A child abuse/neglect prevention program. A behavioral health and mental health counseling center. Organizations are co-located on site.
To provide employment assistance to youth and adults with disabilities.
Through an innovative public-private partnership with the Fairfield Parks & Recreation Department, FCSF programs are designed to meet the most critical identified needs for seniors and youth living in Fairfield.
The Foundation provides programs for at-risk and disadvantaged youth in our community. These include the Annual Teen Good Character Awards, the Rotary Success Scholars Program, the Ready to Succeed Program, and the Teen Cultural Arts Program.
The FDSC is a 14,000 sq. ft. facility located in the central core area of Vallejo providing social, educational, recreational, health, nutritional and consumer advice, counseling, and activities for older adults.
KOL Education Foundation is a youth mentoring organization founded in Solano County designed to work with at-risk high school youth to help them develop their academic skills, leadership potential, and to give them financial support. The members realized a need in the community to encourage students to pursue a higher education after high school and to do productive activities in the community. We have given over $200,000 in scholarship and will continue to support the youth in Solano County.
We provide 190,000 meals annually to seniors located throughout Solano County, many of whom experience food insecurity and isolation.
A grassroots organization dedicated to assisting those living with mental illness and their families. With renowned programs, dedicated volunteers, publications, and online resources, we seek to improve the lives of those affected by mental illness.
NPP is a Solano Community Foundation program designed to strengthen, develop and serve Solano County nonprofits by enhancing their organization's visibility and providing assistance with development and capacity-building efforts.
NorthBay Healthcare Foundation supports the programs and services of Solano County's only locally-based, locally-managed, nonprofit healthcare organization. NorthBay Healthcare hospitals offer 24-hour emergency care, intensive care, and sophisticated surgical and diagnostic services.
Provides an umbrella of services, including transitional and alternative housing, support services, mentorship, and volunteer programs.
We serve poor and needy youth residing in Napa Valley and Solano counties. We also serve the orphaned and homeless children in Monrovia, Liberia. Operation KISS is an acronym for Kind Initiative Seniors Shoes, serving older Americans.
Provides services to those affected by domestic violence, sex trafficking, and/or sexual assault. With an emphasis on client-centered and trauma-informed care, SafeQuest promotes individual, family, and community transformation.
The purpose of the Solano Community Symphony is to provide the highest quality of live symphonic music for the enjoyment, education, and promotion of the arts, made up of skilled local musicians who support their community by sharing their valuable gifts, talents, and passion for music.
This Foundation supports the Reach Out and Read, Tutor.com, and Solano Kids Read, primary programs of the Solano County Library.
Solano Family & Children's Services is the Child Care Resource & Referral Agency for Solano County.
Solano Land Trust conserves open space in Solano County for recreation, wildlife habitat, agriculture, and ranching.
The mission of Sugar’s Gift™ Inc. is to provide hospice, euthanasia and end-of-life veterinary services for terminally ill pets in their own homes. This allows them a relaxed, peaceful setting, where they have lived and been loved, to cross over the Rainbow Bridge with Comfort, Dignity and Peace. We provide the euthanasia service, a private cremation and home delivery by a local volunteer of the beloved pet's ashes in a hand made urn and other special items to celebrate their baby's life.
The SMNHA operates the Suisun Wildlife Center for rescue, rehab, and release back to the wild of native California wildlife. It offers an extensive environmental education program on wildlife and the Suisun Marsh.
Sustainable Solano is a grassroots, countywide movement uniting people through work that serves Solano County to promote ecologically sustainable, economically and socially just communities in a world that works for everyone. Our decades of dedicated community work started with community gardens and has grown to include an emphasis on creating sustainable, regenerative environments, community capacity building, supporting local food systems and building workforce skills for a better future.
To facilitate and advocate for participation in the arts in Vallejo and throughout Solano County. We accomplish this by developing and providing educational programs, supporting and promoting local arts organizations, and participating in local and area arts events and projects.
Vallejo Symphony Orchestra presents performances of symphonic music of the highest possible artistic excellence for the citizens of Vallejo and Solano County.
WEI is a global humanitarian organization with a driving purpose of addressing the need for safe water in developing countries and for educational opportunities in the world. WEI also promotes wellness through health education.