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COVID-19 Update

YCCA’s physical offices are closed, but we continue to provide service and we want to help you! 
Need help with MediCal, Covered CA or other health insurance? Call Jose 530-902-6381
Need food or CalFresh?  Call Jose 530-902-6381
Housing questions? Call Elise 530-902-9288
Pregnant or parenting a newborn? Healthy Families Yolo County home visiting program (via virtual visits for now). Call Marisol 530-902-5983
Questions about how to access resources? Tax preparation assistance? Census 2020? Call the Family Resource Center 916-572-0560

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: YCCA receives $20,000 from AT&T to support work experience for youth
Funds will increase the number of Yolo County youth served


YCCA receives $20,000 from AT&T to support work experience for youth
Funds will increase the number of Yolo County youth served

Davis, California — Thursday, August 16, 2018 —Yolo County Children’s Alliance (YCCA) has been granted $20,000 by AT&T’s Aspire Initiative to support a workforce readiness program that provides mentoring, career interest assessments and paid work experiences for underserved youth and young adults from West Sacramento, Davis, and Clarksburg.

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West Sacramento Grocery Outlet Kicks Off Eighth Annual ‘Independence from Hunger®’ Campaign
Grocery Outlet Partners With Yolo County Children’s Alliance, Community Members to Tackle Food Insecurity

West Sacramento, CA (June 27, 2018)Grocery Outlet Bargain Market, the nation’s fastest-growing, extreme-value grocery retailer, today launched its Independence from Hunger® Food Drive to combat food insecurity for the eighth consecutive year. Spanning from June 27 – July 31, 2018, the West Sacramento Grocery Outlet is teaming up with Yolo County Children’s Alliance and will be collecting donations throughout the entire duration of the campaign that will go directly to that partner.

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Yolo County Children’s Alliance kicks off Valentine’s Day themed Canned Food Drive
Food Drive aims to redefine season of love to include helping others

Davis, California — In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, Yolo County Children’s Alliance is asking the community to ‘spread the love’ to those in need. To that end, Yolo County Children’s Alliance is collecting canned and dry goods beginning Friday, February 10 through Tuesday, February 21, 2017.  All items benefit YCCA’s West Sacramento Family Resource Center’s Emergency Food Pantry, which supports families in need throughout the year, and clients in our Step by Step/Paso a Paso home visiting program.

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Yolo County Children’s Alliance (YCCA) celebrates 10 years of giving with largest giveaway event yet
Yolo County Children’s Alliance seeks donations to distribute a record 600 Thanksgiving meals in one day

Yolo County Children’s Alliance (YCCA) is celebrating 10 years of giving with its largest community event to date: the 10th Annual West Sacramento Community Giveaway Day.  YCCA will distribute Thanksgiving dinners, blankets, coats, and toys to families in need on Saturday, November 19th at Westfield Village Elementary School, 508 Poplar Ave., in West Sacramento.

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Disney’s First Kaboom! Playground Built In Northern California, Largest Ever, Comes To West Sacramento
More than 400 volunteers built Disney’s 62nd KaBOOM! playground nationwide in single day

West Sacramento, Calif. – Today, more than 400 volunteers from the city of West Sacramento and Yolo County Children’s Alliance, along with Disney VoluntEARS and organizers from KaBOOM!, transformed Bryte Park into a vibrant, new playground for more than 2,000 West Sacramento kids and families – in just eight hours.

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Bank of America gives $5K to Yolo County Children’s Alliance to help Yolo County residents access essential resources

(Yolo County) – Families in Yolo County continue to struggle to provide basic necessities for their families. According to the 2013 Annual Social and Economic Supplement by the US Census Bureau, over 46 million people and more than 20% of children under 18 live in poverty. Many are hard-working Americans who have experienced loss of income and face the challenge of choosing between providing foods for their families or paying their utility bills.  According to Feeding America, 23.7% of Yolo County children live in food insecure households.

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YCCA Leads Advocacy Efforts for Kids in Yolo County

Over the years, YCCA has led many advocacy efforts at both the state and local level. Looking back, it’s nice to see how our efforts add up! While there’s always more work to do, we’d like to take this moment to thank our many diverse partners; we’re so thankful for our ongoing affiliations and growing relationships, all of which contribute to the health and wellbeing of Yolo County families in one capacity or another.