In it’s seven-year history the King Ridge Foundation has given out over $2million to various programs, focusing on at-risk youth. These programs include the Forget-Me-Not Farm that work to empower marginalized youth through working with animals, Social Advocates for Youth (SAY) who are helping end youth homelessness, and the B-RAD Foundation who provide under-served children and teens team-building and leadership skills though experience. Without your help, these non-profits could cease to exist.
The King Ridge Foundation raises awareness and provides crucial financial support to programs serving at-risk youth across the country. The King Ridge Foundation has 3 main project partners. Learn more about them below.
Since it's inception in 1992, Forget Me Not Farm has helped thousands of at-risk children and youth break the cycle of abuse. A program of the Sonoma Humane Society, the Farm offers animal-assisted and horticultural therapeutic activities that provide a haven for children, plants and animals to bond, learn and heal with one another. www.forgetmenotfarm.org
Say began over 40 years ago with a mission to keep teens out of jail and off the streets. Today, say provides housing, counseling and employment services to youth and families throughout Sonoma County. SAY's impact in the community is huge; in 2016 helped 7,777 youth and families across Sonoma County. www.saysc.org
The B-Rad Foundation creates outstanding kids leadership programs and community based environmental stewardship projects. From beach clean up trips to to climbing trips with at-risk youth, the B-Rad Foundation is providing a supportive community to kids in need.
Fundraising is the keystone to The King Ridge Foundation. In conjunction with fundraisers from Levi's GranFondo, the fundraising event "The Festa Del Fondo" and the King Ridge Connect Campaigns, The King Ridge Foundation is able to provide financial support to organizations supporting at-risk youth.
The King Ridge Connect program gives people - just like you - the opportunity to support an at-risk youth charity in their community. Below is a glimpse into some of our connect partners, and what they're doing to support the cause. You can give directly to their chosen charities, or launch your own campaign to support an at-risk youth charity that's close to your heart.
Just because I stopped ski racing doesn't mean I'm done wearing spandex. This fall I'll be riding my bike in Levi's GranFondo in support of at-risk youth. Through Levi's GranFondo, riders can raise money for an organization in their own community. I've chosen to ride for the Tahoe Safe Alliance.
This fall I'll be riding my bike in Levi's GranFondo in support of at-risk youth. Through Levi's GranFondo, riders can raise money for an organization in their own community. I've chosen to ride for the Cancer Support Community, which is an Amgen Breakaway from Cancer partner.
Climbing is something that has forged my life, and I've seen it change the lives of marginalized kids for the better in ways that are hard to describe. With B-Rad foundation, we've created a place where we can introduce kids to the outdoors in life-changing ways.
The King Ridge Foundation is a California 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides funding for at-risk youth service organizations.
We are managed by a board of directors.
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PO Box 5873 Santa Rosa CA 95402