Community Involvement is made up of five spectacular individuals who are passionate about San Luis Obispo: myself, Cassidy Nicholls, Kristen Balbier, Lisa Rupert and Denise Lund. Together we form a team that strives to bring fun, diversity and inspiration to each one of our volunteer opportunities. Whether you are passionate about keeping our natural world pristine, bettering an abandoned animal’s life, helping feed our community’s hungry or enriching a young mind, our volunteer opportunities offer something for everyone.
Please contact me at email@example.com to learn how to get involved!
Our Non-Profit Partners
Each year, the members of YPNG vote for four San Luis Obispo County non-profits that YPNG will support in the upcoming year. Below are the four organizations for 2013. If you would like to donate, please visit our Make a Donation page.
Woods Humane Society
Founded in 1955, Woods Humane Society has proudly served the homeless animals of San Luis Obispo County for 57 years. Woods Humane Society is an animal sheltering, adoption, and welfare organization based in San Luis Obispo that annually places more than 1,000 dogs and cats into loving homes.
ECOSLO strives to support and create resilient, healthy, natural systems and lifestyles in San Luis Obispo County. We are committed to a sustainable future while working to improve our quality of life and economic vitality in our communities. Through education, advocacy, and community building, ECOSLO acts to protect the natural environment and environmental health on the Central Coast.
CASA of San Luis Obispo
CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children) of San Luis Obispo County advocates for the best interests of abused and neglected children within the court system. CASA recruits, trains, and supervises volunteers who advocate for this vulnerable population with the goal of ensuring that each and every child grows up in a safe, nurturing, and permanent home.
Sexual Assault Recovery & Prevention Center
The Sexual Assault Recovery & Prevention Center, SARP Center, is an agency that works each day to ensure that all people have the basic human right to live free of of sexual violence. Working closely with survivors; they focus on an atmosphere of collaboration and alliance building as keys to success in anti-sexual violence work. With an array of services ranging from counseling to self-defense, the SARP Center strives to create social change and end sexual violence.