James Espinoza speaks with Monique Nowlin about the Veteran Mentor Project, which is a nonprofit that helps military veterans and first responder veterans transition from service to civilian life.
Tammy Duff speaks with George Alger about Gabriel’s House, which provides temporary housing for women and children, along with coaching, mentoring and life skills training, to help them lead healthy and productive, independent lives.
SueAnne Gigi Ying speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Bell Arts Factory in West Ventura and their vision for expansion and more community inclusion.
Robert and Art speak with MB Hanrahan about Narcotics Anonymous.
Liz Campos speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Ventura Westside Community Council, which is a nonprofit that works to create a better and safer neighborhood.
Chaplain Dov Cohen and The Pink Lady speak with George Alger about helping people with food insecurity, particularly veterans and seniors – or anyone else in need of food. They provide 21 meals a week, delivered to each recipient’s home,
Nan Young speaks with Sandra Siepak about Art Trek, a Ventura County nonprofit organization that she started in 1992 which serves about 150,000 participants in Southern California with a purpose to bring more arts into the community and schools.
Dennis Murphy speaks with Sandra Siepak about the Gold Coast Veterans Foundation, in Ventura County, which was founded in 2006.
Regina Crawford speaks with Monique Nowlin about the Ventura County chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), which is the oldest, largest civil rights organization in the world.
Tracy Niizawa and Guy Niizawa speak with Sandra Siepak about their nonprofit, Love Evan. One of the services the group provides is supplying cancer patients, caregivers and their families with gift cards as a simple gesture of support.