2022 Sonoma County Gazette Guide to Nonprofits: Education

State standardized test results indicate that students need more help than ever. These local organizations are dedicated to enriching the educational experience of Sonoma County students.

If you are a nonprofit organization that contributes to education in Sonoma County and would like to be listed in the Nonprofit Organization Guide, fill in this form. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to education in Sonoma County.

Santa Rosa Kiwanis Club

PO Box 1204, Santa Rosa, CA 95492

kiwanisofsantarosa.org

Size: 0-25 employees

Mission Statement: Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time. Each club is dedicated to a service that is close to its heart and crucial for its community

Year of foundation: 1925

How this organization is an agent of change: We provide supports for children (as a risk) to receive readings, homework spaces and music education opportunities; student club support and leadership training; scholarships; community collaboration to provide family food and playgrounds in Santa Rosa, and more.

How you can help: Volunteer with us! Donations accepted.

Sevastopol Kiwanis Club

707-823-3081

PO Box 1041, Sevastopol, CA 95473

sebastopolkiwanisclub.org/new-cover-page

Size: 0-25 employees

Mission Statement: Sebastopol Kiwanis is part of Kiwanis International, a global service organization. Its objective is to support young people. Our local Sebastopol Kiwanis supports youth-related organizations in West Sonoma County.

Year of creation: 1971

How this organization is an agent of change: We organize community events to fund scholarships for young people and, in doing so, change the lives of young people in our community.

How you can help: Volunteer with us. Make a donation or attend our next fundraiser.

Sonoma Petaluma Parks Inc.

707-939-9420

36 E. Spain Street, Sonoma, CA 95476

sonomaparks.org

Size: 0-25 employees

Mission Statement: To foster preservation, interpretation, and awareness of the Sonoma Mission, Firehouse, Vallejo House, Hotel Toscano, and Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park.

Year of creation: 1982

How this organization is an agent of change: We offer guided tours, private group tours, and host special events to educate the public about historic sites that are integral to the history of Sonoma and Petaluma.

How you can help: Volunteer to become a guide! Donations are also accepted.