Volunteers Help Protect Children, Families

Volunteers Help Protect Children, Families

“Volunteer” is a word that we are fortunate to hear frequently in our generous community. With so many worthwhile organizations in need of volunteers, the challenge can be in finding just the right fit. Over the years, I have volunteered with numerous organizations...

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Yolo Crisis Nursery: A Father’s Love

Yolo Crisis Nursery: A Father’s Love

Every child deserves a safe and loving place to be and the Yolo Crisis Nursery provides just that. The Yolo Crisis Nursery has made a positive change in the lives of over 5,000 children and families since opening our doors in 2001. We work to prevent child abuse and...

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Yolo Crisis Nursery: Give Today to Help Them Grow

Yolo Crisis Nursery: Give Today to Help Them Grow

“Camila” and “Ramone” loved each other and adored their two children, “Mateo,” 3½, and “Mia,” 9 months. Life was good for this young family, and they had many plans and dreams for their future. However, those plans were destroyed one afternoon at a family barbecue...

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Yolo Crisis Nursery: Oh What a Night!

Yolo Crisis Nursery: Oh What a Night!

The Krustaceans for Kids Crab Feed was a record breaker this year — raising more than $91,500 for the Yolo Crisis Nursery! This exceeded our wildest dreams and was made possible by our generous sponsors, donors, volunteers and guests, to whom we say thank you, thank...

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Newspaper Columns

Our local newspaper, the Davis Enterprise, generously publishes a column once a month about our activities at the Nursery. Catch up on past columns below

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Support the Yolo Crisis Nursery

The Yolo Crisis Nursery depends upon the support of generous, caring people like you.  Please help us with our mission and protect the vulnerable children in our community.

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