555 California Street Tree Lighting Event 2017
01 Dec
  • By Nicole Ruccolo

555 California Street Culinary Kickoff Supports All Stars Helping Kids Fire Zone Relief

Thank you to all of our amazing supporters at the 555 Tree Lighting and Culinary Kickoff.  Especially Vornad0 Realty Trust, who organized and planned the event, we cannot express our gratitude in the time needed to put it lall together.  All Stars Helping Kids is thrilled to be able to invest in organizations throughout our community that are providing critical resources and relief to families impacted by the fires.  Here’s a recap of how your donations are making a difference!

The Voices Youth Center has established a youth-led initiative to promote wellness and support youth in their transition into adult independence. This effort will increase family self-sufficiency and develop emerging leadership in the public sector during this crisis.

On the Move supports youth emancipating out of foster care, group homes, mental health, and probation, helping them successfully transition into independent adulthood, while providing them with a loving community and a place to call home, as well as winter clothing and supplies that they lost in the fire.

Sonoma Community Child Care Council will provide mini grants to licensed child care homes that were destroyed in the fire, enabling them to open their doors again. Facilities affected by the fire were able to receive childcare needs for over 537 families.

Through Sonoma County Office of Education and Sonoma County YMCA, over 700 backpacks to be distributed to Title I students who lost their school supplies.

Boys and Girls Club of Central Sonoma County  provided day camp for over 100 youth daily at several locations immediately after the fire and continued until school started again so the children could feel some normalcy.

Thank you for your wonderful support of these organizations and many others as we kick off the holiday season. You are truly All Stars!
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