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  • 24 children spent the morning working in Woodlands community learning garden
  • §  24 children and families visited the library, some for the first time.
  • §  12 families participated in Empower Yolo’s Playschool Experience
  • 40 Incoming pre-Kindergarten students attended KinderCamp.  100% of these children  improved in the area their expressive language skills and 93% in their social interactions.

Woodland Kids Read

  • 13 first grade classroom took a fieldtrip to Woodland Community College for a celebration of Literacy!
  • 320 children received  a personalized backpack, schools supplies and 2 brand new books
  • 35  volunteers came together one spring morning to read to children and share passion for books.
  • 351 hard cover Books in for local classrooms

In Our Community

In partnership with local Rotaries and Yolo County, we funded a playground at the local Social Services office so that families in the CPS system could have a place to gather. 

  • Woodland United Way gave $1,000 to City of Woodland’s Square 1 Maker Space.
  • Woodland United Way collected and distributed over 1100 books to childcare centers, schools and low-income families.
  • Woodland United Way dispersed 170 holiday gifts to low income families including toys  and new clothes.
  • Suicide Prevention of Yolo taught 2,037 high school students the “Signs of Suicide,” how to find help and reach out to friends in need.
  • Yolo Community Care Continuum helped 36 clients with mental illness to live independently with 92% housing stability.
  • The Yolo Food Bank distributed 1,303,153 pounds of food to 125,731 households.
  • Yolo Community Care Continuum used $10,000 of Woodland United Way funds to leverage $70,000 of federal HUD money that was used here in Yolo County.
  • Woodland United Way volunteers dedicated over 2000 community service hours.


Funded Agencies

  • Woodland United Way funded 36 different non-profit agencies.
  • 193 children were received dental screenings and oral hygiene education at KinderCamp
  • Citizens Who Care, Inc. provided 102 total social visit hours each week to 51 of our frail, elderly residents. 
  • Citizens Who Care, Inc. provided 33 elder family caregivers with a total of 66 predictable respite each week.
  • Citizens Who Care provided nurse assessments and referrals to additional services every 60 days to 84 of our frail, elderly residents.
  • Fourth and Hope provided emergency shelter services to 282 homeless individuals and
  • The Yolo Food Bank distributed 992,333 pounds of food to hungry seniors, children and families.
  • Northern California Children’s Therapy Center have given 7,328 hours of therapy to 200 uninsured and underinsured children living in Woodland & Capay Valley.
  • Meals on Wheels Yolo County provided seniors with 10,800 meals, 1,650 wellness checks, 600 health assessments, and delivered 1,800 bags of food containing enough food for 6 meals.
  • Community Housing Opportunities have served 120 teens and youth in After School and Mentoring Programs.