A Grange, first and foremost, is a group of passionate people dedicated to serving their community, and thereby making the world a better place. Here in Aromas we are fortunate to also have a Grange Hall, a friendly, beautiful facility where Grange members and other community organizations...[Full Record]
Mountain Community Resources (MCR) is a local family resource center that has been serving the San Lorenzo Valley and Scotts Valley communities since 1982. We offer a network of programs and services designed to help people thrive. We work directly with individuals and families to build a ...[Full Record]
The Rio del Mar Improvement Association is a non-profit neighborhood organization. Our members are committed to maintaining and improving the Rio del Mar community. The RDMIA mission is making the Rio del Mar neighborhood a better place.
We strive to achieve the mission by:
An environmental and community organization, whose mission is to "Keep Bonny Doon Rural and Natural". Our mission includes outreach both to community members and elected officials. We educate and inform the public on the natural history of our area, and on the politics of land use and publ...[Full Record]
The San Lorenzo Valley Property Owner's Association Incorporated is a non-profit association of your friends and neighbors who have come together for these purposes:
1. To be a clearinghouse for information on any important issue pertinent to property owners in the San Lorenzo Valley; ...[Full Record]
The all-volunteer Santa Cruz Education Foundation works to ensure that each of the 7,000 students at our 10 campuses, in kindergarten through high school, have an outstanding educational experience.
We believe that every child deserves an excellent neighborhood school.
The Santa Cruz...[Full Record]
The Valley Women's Club is dedicated to community action, awareness and leadership in environmental, educational, social, and political concerns that affect the health and welfare of the San Lorenzo Valley and our community.
ELIGIBILITY: Residents of the San Lorenzo Valley and others in...[Full Record]