Tag Archives: debris flow

One805 Live! The Bash is Back One805 | Prepare • Equip • Support

One805’s original Kick Ash Bash was a legendary gathering that will forever be etched in the community’s consciousness. This huge […more…]

Bucket Brigade: Building a Foundation for Local Resilience Santa Barbara Bucket Brigade

The Santa Barbara coastal region has largely escaped any major disasters in the past year, save, of course, for the […more…]

Montecito Bank & Trust: A Bank that Embodies the Community Spirit Montecito Bank & Trust

Banks don’t usually spring to mind when one writes about beacons of community trust, good deeds, and hope. But even […more…]

Changing Course: United Way Alters Path to Help Serve More United Way of Santa Barbara County

For a relatively large and well-established nonprofit organization in our community, United Way of Santa Barbara County over the last […more…]

One805 Four Years Later, Nonprofit Continues to Kick Ash One805 | Prepare • Equip • Support

Everybody in town likely knows about One805. Sure, they’re the organization who three years ago created the “Kick Ash Bash,” […more…]

Taking Care of Those Who Take Care of Us One805 | Prepare • Equip • Support

By the time the Thomas Fire turned toward Montecito in December 2017, Santa Barbara County’s first responders had already spent […more…]

United in Crisis and Community United Way of Santa Barbara County

For the nonprofits that matter, mission statements are much more than words on paper. They are the foundation of that […more…]

Feeding Hungry People During a Rolling Crisis Foodbank of Santa Barbara County

When disaster struck in the form of COVID lockdowns and an unfolding economic crisis, the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County […more…]

Bold Climate Action Community Environmental Council

The double blow of the Thomas Fire and ensuing debris flow in 2018 left no doubt about the increasing threats […more…]