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100 Men Who Give a Damn About Yolo County is a group of local men who are committed to supporting our community by contributing to Yolo County non-profits. We come from all walks of life and varying financial backgrounds. As individuals, it is hard to make a large impact; but, as a group, we have the ability to contribute to the growth of our community in ways that we never before could.

We are a group of women who join together to help our local community in Yolo County. We come from all walks of life and varying financial backgrounds. We connect women across community networks, empower each other, and amplify each other's impact. We are open to all and welcome diversity.

Third Space Art Collective is a non-profit arts organization that hosts art shows, music shows, workshops, and more. Our goal is to provide an accessible center for creation, exhibition, and congregation. We are a place where people can connect in a meaningful way through artistic expression, regardless of age, economic classes, or experience.

Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home animals in need of a second chance. They are provided medical care, quality nutrition, training, and the opportunity to relax and socialize in a home environment, enabling them to become ‘good citizens’ in their new lives.

Built on the foundation of educational equity and opportunity, the AB540 and Undocumented Student Center at UC Davis strives to empower undocumented students, their families and members of the community in being informed leaders and active participants in our communities. The Center strives to educate and build awareness of changing policies affecting California's undocumented population. We acknowledge that immigration status is one aspect of an individual’s identity that does not solely define a person or their capacity. We promote a holistic approach to recruitment and retention of students in higher education, taking into account a student’s mental, emotional, and financial well-being.

The ACLU of Yolo County is a local chapter of the ACLU of Northern California. We serve the public and provide a forum for the support and protection of civil liberties in Yolo County. The ACLU of Northern California is an enduring guardian of justice, fairness, equality, and freedom, working to protect and advance civil liberties for all Californians.

Acme Theatre Company is a youth-run, non-profit theatre company. The members and leaders of the company are all high school students.

Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.

All Leaders Must Serve (ALMS) is a job readiness program formed to empower young adults from 15-25 years of age by instilling purpose, character, work ethics and the desire to give back to their community as self-sufficient adults through the service of mentors.

The American Association of University Women promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education, and positive societal change. In principle and in practice, AAUW values and seeks a diverse membership. There shall be no barriers to full participation in this organization on the basis of gender, race, creed, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or class.

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