Tag Archives: nonprofits

Because Nature Will Blow Your Mind This October NatureTrack

A carefully curated program of films from over 30 countries ordinarily only found at BANFF, Big Sky, Mountain Film, and […more…]

Hospice of Santa Barbara Hospice of Santa Barbara

When Hospice of Santa Barbara officially opened its doors back in 1974, only one other hospice organization existed in the […more…]

Search Dog Foundation Named One of the Best Nonprofits to Work For 2024 National Disaster Search Dog Foundation

The National Disaster Search Dog Foundation is thrilled to announce it was recently selected as one of the 2024 Best […more…]

Explore Ecology Explore Ecology

An impact report is normally more of an obligation or a chore for a nonprofit rather than something to brag […more…]

Camp Chit Chat has Begun! Santa Barbara RiteCare Language Center

Camp Chit Chat has begun at SB RiteCare! Chit Chat is a summer therapy program where 64 children (3–6-year-old) attend […more…]

NatureTrack NatureTrack

NatureTrack has a simple but vital mission: To foster a lifelong fascination with nature through outdoor field trips. The nonprofit […more…]

PATH PATH

A significant number of nonprofits and other organizations have been working to end homelessness in Santa Barbara and across California. […more…]

CEC Earth Day Community Environmental Council

One of Santa Barbara’s longest-running community-organized festivals, our Earth Day celebration is also one of the oldest in the country, […more…]

Pismo Beach Field Trip NatureTrack

NatureTrack took a field trip to Pismo Beach and we’ve got the pics to prove it! While you’re checking out […more…]

Granada Theatre The Granada Theatre

Are you wondering why there’s a whole lot of hoopla about the Granada Theatre 100th birthday beyond merely marking a […more…]

New Beginnings New Beginnings

New Beginnings’ Safe Parking program turned 20 earlier this year, a milestone you need to celebrate. On the other hand, […more…]

SBCC Foundation SBCC Foundation

It was Geoff Green, the longtime CEO of SBCC Foundation, who created and spearheaded the organization’s SBCC Promise, the program […more…]

Applications to Camp Chit Chat Now Open! Santa Barbara RiteCare Language Center

Santa Barbara Ritecare Language Center is now accepting applications to this summer’s Camp Chit Chat! Follow this link to apply! […more…]

Children’s Grief Requires Special and Individualized Care Hospice of Santa Barbara

Hospice of Santa Barbara Provides Support, Insights, and Tips to Help Children Cope After Loss Eight-year-old Sam started going to […more…]

NatureTrack’s Scholarship Application Deadline March 15: North County Students Who Plan to Study Nature Urged to Apply NatureTrack

Nancy Stearns Scholarship Recipient’s Tell Their Stories Nancy Stearns was an inspiring docent and dear friend of NatureTrack’s founder Sue Eisaguirre for […more…]

Spring Forward! Gala for the SBCC Foundation SBCC Foundation

The SBCC Foundation’s 5th annual Spring Forward! Gala will be held Saturday, May 4, 2024 on the beautiful Great Meadow of […more…]

Santa Barbara Symphony  Santa Barbara Symphony

For the Santa Barbara Symphony, the 2023-24 season expresses a number of the outreach efforts in its mission: to enrich […more…]

Santa Barbara Education Foundation Fuels Santa Barbara Unified STEAM Pilot Program Santa Barbara Education Foundation

The Santa Barbara Education Foundation (SBEF) proudly announces its support in advancing STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) education […more…]

Sansum Clinic Sansum Clinic

The Montecito Journal’s 2024 Giving List book for Santa Barbara was just published last month in time for Giving Tuesday, […more…]

Hospice of Santa Barbara to Celebrate 40th Annual Light Up a Life Ceremonies throughout Greater Santa Barbara Hospice of Santa Barbara

Each year, Hospice of Santa Barbara (HSB) brings the communities of Goleta, Santa Barbara, Montecito and Carpinteria together for its annual Light […more…]

Santa Barbara Museum of Art Santa Barbara Museum of Art

It might seem disingenuous to employ the expression “a blessing in disguise” when it comes to Covid. But the truth […more…]