Another Record Breaking Santa Cruz Gives Campaign!

Along with our partners at the GoodTimes & the Community Foundation & generous sponsors & donors and the hard work of participating organizations TOGETHER we raised over ONE MILLION DOLLARS for GOOD in Santa Cruz County!

Connect with us for good this year!

We are here to connect you with causes helping our community this year. Explore our Volunteer opportunities today!

Vaccine Volunteers Needed

We need Volunteers at Vaccine Clinics in Felton and Watsonville. Volunteers will primarily assist with registration and intake.

We're Hiring

Join our super fun and awesome staff! We have great benefits and a supportive work culture. Check out our latest open positions and apply today.

Preventing Elder Abuse Workshop

Wed. Feb 2, 10 AM, Join us at a 45-minute educational event on Zoom that will provide you with tools on how to protect yourself and/or loved ones from financial abuse and identity theft financial scams.

Latest News

Jan 13 2022

Take Action on MLK Holiday!

“And one of the great liabilities of life is that all too many people find themselves living amid a great period of social change, and yet they fail to develop the new attitudes, the new mental responses, that the new situation demands. They end up sleeping through a revolution.” — Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King ...

Nov 18 2021

Adopt A Family – It’s More than Just a Gift

I’ve been volunteering with the Adopt A Family program since I was in high school and we went down to the donation warehouse to “shop” from donated gifts and put together packages. That was 22 years ago (yikes!) but the program is still delivering holiday cheer to people experiencing hardship in our community. This is ...

Our Impact this Year....

  • Volunteers engaged

    14,000 +

  • People helped from our impact programs


  • People reached with Covid & disaster preparedness information


  • Covid shots in people's arms with the help of our volunteers


  • Value of hours contributed

    $11.3 million in time

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