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.
Gary and Karen White speak with George Alger about the Laurie White Foundation, which provides scholarships for students in the Exotic Animal Training and Management program at Moorpark College.
Laura Oergel speaks with MB Hanrahan the Ventura Surfrider Foundation and protecting Ventura County’s ocean, waves and beaches for over 25 years.
Vincent Serrano speaks with George Alger about Outsiders Supply, which is a nonprofit in Oxnard that helps homeless, veterans, foster youth and others in need.
Bob Chianese speaks with George Alger about The ARTLIFE Foundation, which is the nonprofit culmination of the life work of artist Joe Cardella.
Anne Thille speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Discovery Center for Science and Technology, which is an educational nonprofit organization that provides hands-on science programs at schools and local community venues.
Roberta Perry and Richard Stewart speak with George Alger about establishing, maintaining and growing a community group.
Kat Merrick speaks with Sandra Siepak about Totally Local VC, and how they’re supporting Ventura County during the pandemic.
Marni Brook speaks with Sandra Siepak about how the Women’s Economic Ventures (WEV) is supporting Ventura County businesses during the pandemic.