A nonprofit in Carson City known as Alpine Kids is taking action to make the case for the importance of the family unit and old-fashioned face-to-face activities to strengthen this foundational unit of our society.
Saturday morning, Santa Claus and his Mrs. landed in Reno, for Operation Santa Claus 2022. The event, in it’s 8th year is hosted by local non-profit, The Children’s Cabinet and the Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority. Bringing Christmas magic to the 25 Children’s Cabinet families that were adopted by the RTAA and partners, this holiday season.
For the eighth year in a row, the Women and Children’s Center of the Sierra (WACCS) is hosting their “Adopt-a-Family” holiday program. This year, 277 families signed up for the program, an increase of more than 20% over last year. Out of the 277, 130 families on the list are still up for adoption.
Digital Wellness Consultant Jessica Ludlow is traveling to Renown Hospital Saturday, October 29, 2002, to reveal online dangers you probably don’t even know about, and you’re invited to attend for free.
During the coldest days of winter, First United Methodist Church in Carson City becomes a sanctuary for men, women and children without shelter. A service that wouldn’t be possible without the help of volunteers like Rob and Jenny Scanland.
Dr. Christopher Galea of Northern Nevada Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is launching a new community initiative called the Second Chance program. It’s designed to find a deserving person who lives in the Reno/Sparks area to receive a $50,000 smile makeover.
It’s a non-profit you often don’t know about, until your child has major health concerns. Ronald McDonald House Charities has been serving Northern Nevada for 35 years, offering temporary housing when children have cancer treatments, issues at birth, or unfortunate accidents.