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GivingTuesday (Nov. 30) is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of radical generosity. GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Since then, it has grown into a year-round global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.
Starting with its annual Friends of Tulare County CWS Toy Drive and ending the month with a fundraiser dinner at Tahoe Joe’s to support general CWS programs, staff at Child Welfare Services are excited to let you know what they’re up to––and how you can participate!
HHSA Adult Services are busy for the upcoming holidays with its annual Stockings for Seniors Drive. You can help in two ways by participating in a See's Candies fundraiser or donating monetarily to help ensure homebound and isolated seniors are not forgotten this holiday season.
The Kings/Tulare Area Agency on Aging (K/T AAA) was created in 1965 to be the leading local authority and advocate for issues and concerns facing adults as they age. K/T AAA can connect the aging population to a wide array of programs and services tailored to their specific needs.
Homelessness. That word carries a lot of weight, a lot of value judgements, concerns, fears, and worry. It also can convey hope, determination, and empathy. HHSA is partnering with numerous governmental agencies, community organizations, and individuals who are dedicated to changing the future for unhoused individuals.
Tulare County Animal Services is sheltering animals and maintaining the health and safety of the animals in their care and custody during the KNP Complex & Windy wildfires. The Friends of Tulare County is accepting donations to support the Tulare County Animal Services General Fund during local and wide-scale emergencies.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Losing someone to suicide is very personal. Visalian and USA BMX Olympian Brook Crain, a survivor of suicide loss, shares her story and how the Tulare County Suicide Prevention Task Force is available to help.
If you care about the welfare of animals and are looking for a chance to contribute to their well-being, this opportunity is for you! With the new clinic set to open in the fall of 2021, TCAS would like to invite the community to participate in raising funds to subsidize the spay/neutering treatments, as well as other, minor medical care for these animals in need.
When state and local funding for worthwhile local programs runs short, Friends of Tulare County (FTC) steps in to help fill the gaps. Read on to learn how you can help, too!
To raise awareness about suicide prevention and battle the accompanying stigma, Visalia native Brooke Crain, two-time Olympian athlete (2012 and 2016 Summer Olympics) in BMX racing, wants to pay it forward and share what she has learned and experienced. Brooke is hosting a BMX Racing Clinic as a fundraiser event to promote suicide prevention awareness on April 10 in Bakersfield, California.
Friends of Tulare County is proud to present Pathways to Hope, a 20-page bilingual newspaper that showcases services within Tulare County. This newspaper was a result of the Listos California Grant, in collaboration with Self-Help Enterprises and the California Office of Emergency Services.
Join the FTC Stockings for Seniors Drive to help bring some holiday cheer and much-needed cold-weather items to local homebound seniors. Read on to find out the ways that you and our community can help - including dining out at Chipotle!
Tulare County youth create art-focused messages on COVID-19 safety guidelines
This year, the Stockings for Seniors drive is partnering with See’s Candies to hold an online fundraiser, from now until November 16. Give your loved ones—or yourselves—a sweet treat while supporting a great cause!
Take part in the Friends of Tulare County - CWS Toy Drive! You can help bring joy to Tulare County foster children by taking advantage of a special offer from HHSA’s community partner Pieology Pizzeria Tuesday, October 13, between 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m.
The Friends of Tulare County invites youth in grades 7–12 in Tulare County to participate in the Listos CV19 Youth Media Challenge during the month of September. In collaboration with Self-Help Enterprises and the California Office of Emergency Services along with community partner Tulare County Office of Education, the purpose of the competition is to highlight youth-created art focused on promoting COVID-19 safety guidelines in languages representing Tulare County, utilizing two categories: graphic design and video.
The Friends of Tulare County Emergency Relief Fund Program is accepting donations to support the COVID-19 response. There is a real need to assist our residents who are isolated or quarantined due to contracting or being exposed to COVID-19. Many of these households are facing unexpected financial hardships due to job loss or the inability to return to work due to the virus.
AmazonSmile is now available in the Amazon Shopping app on iOS and Android mobile phones. AmazonSmile customers can now support Friends of Tulare County (FTC) using the Amazon shopping app.
The Friends of Tulare County is accepting monetary donations through the Friends of Tulare County Emergency Relief Fund Program as well as in-kind donations of supplies, in support of the COVID-19 response. The Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency and Tulare County Fire Department are collaborating to accept in-kind donations at all Tulare County-operated fire stations.