Our team is firmly committed to the betterment of our world and service to the community. We volunteer extensively, support organizations with pro-bono real estate advice and provide financial support to a number of non-profit groups working to improve life. Here are details on a few of the groups to which we are most committed. Please join us in supporting their work.
CALM was founded in 1970 as a resource to help stressed parents before they hurt their children. After nearly five decades, CALM remains the only nonprofit agency in Santa Barbara County solely focused on preventing childhood trauma, healing children and families, and building resilient communities throughout our County.
CALM therapists guide children and caregivers through research-based prevention and treatment programs, and support families to develop consistent, safe, structured home settings that facilitate recovery.
Learn more about CALM here
The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County conserves natural resources, agricultural land and open spaces for the benefit of present and future generations.
These conserved lands include productive family farms and ranches that succeed from generation to generation, healthy habitat to sustain and harbor wildlife and plants, and beautiful trails and open spaces that provide recreational gateways accessible to all.
Learn more about The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County here
Wilderness Youth Project connects children from all ages, abilities and socioeconomic backgrounds to the essential benefits of time in nature. Time in nature makes children smarter, healthier and happier. We take our participants to creeks, beaches, mountain trails, and open spaces to focus on child-centered exploration, awareness, and the building of naturalist skills.
Now more than ever, nature’s power to boost our wellness is so important. Nature is open for us to enjoy in many ways. With your support, we continue providing inspiration and tools for nature connection.
Learn more about Wilderness Youth Project here
Since 2009, C.A.R.E.4Paws has worked to reduce pet overpopulation, keep animals out of shelters and improve quality of life for pets and pet owners in need in Santa Barbara County.
Providing a range of critical pet wellness services to low-income, senior, disabled and homeless pet owners in our county’s most underserved areas to ensure animals don’t suffer or end up homeless. This includes free spay/neuter surgeries and affordable veterinary care in our mobile clinic, provision of pet food and supplies through our Companion Pet Assistance program, and assistance for pet owners affected by domestic violence.
Learn more about C.A.R.E 4Paws here