Haley Ehlers, with the CFROG nonprofit, speaks with George Alger about replacing oil and gas in the California Central Coast.
Kathy Powell speaks with Sandra Siepak about the Moving In Project, which is a nonprofit that helps formerly homeless get settled into a home by providing donated furnishings, such as beds, chairs, kitchen items, etc.
Jennifer Harkey from the Ventura County Executive Office speaks with George Alger about some of the county programs aiding the unhoused.
Formerly unhoused for three and a half years, Blossom speaks with MB Hanrahan about her experience and challenges.
Heather Sumagaysay speaks with Sandra Siepak about managing Ventura city communications for the community.
Cynthia Daniels and Linda Lambert speak with George Alger about Laubach Literacy of Ventura County, which provides one-on-one tutoring sessions at the discretion of the individual tutor and student.
Rafael Stoneman speaks with Sandra Siepak about his story of past homelessness and then helping other veterans encountering similar circumstances, through the Gold Coast Veterans Foundation.
Patrick Davidson speaks with George Alger about the nonprofit CAPS Media Center in Ventura.
Neda Zayer, Ventura’s Acting Community Development Director, speaks with Sandra Siepak about their programs and activities, including housing services and long-range planning.
Jordan Eller speaks with George Alger about the Spay & Neuter Animal Rescue nonprofit.