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Our Community Partners

Without the support of our community partners, our success would be significantly compromised, as their collaboration is integral to achieving our goals and making a positive impact and advocating for healthier communities.

CAUSE

CAUSE

CAUSE is a base-building organization committed to social, economic, and environmental justice for working-class and immigrant communities in California’s Central Coast. We build grassroots power through community organizing, leadership development, coalition building, civic engagement, policy research, and advocacy.

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The Fund

The Fund

The Fund for Santa Barbara (est. 1980) is a non-traditional community foundation that supports organizations and groups working for progressive social change in Santa Barbara County. The FUND is dedicated to helping find solutions to current and emerging social problems and issues that challenge our society as a whole. We understand that social conditions improve most dramatically when those who have been denied power and justice lead on their own behalf to confront, challenge, and change the conditions that have denied them access to justice and equity.

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Carpinteria Children's Project

Carpinteria Children's Project

Carpinteria Children’s Project prepares Carpinteria Valley children to enter kindergarten ready for success, regardless of the challenges they face and promotes access to a strong network of resources Carpinteria families need to thrive.

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CCCJN

CCCJN

CCCJN is a collaboration of organizations and community leaders committed to a climate movement that advances social, economic, racial, and environmental justice for Ventura, and Santa Barbara Counties. Through forging a regional partnership between social justice, anti-racism, and environmental movements, the network expands the region’s collective power to advance restorative actions and systems change. Their work centers on communities who bear the greatest burden of climate change impacts.

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Latino Coordinating Center

Latino Coordinating Center

The Fund for Santa Barbara (est. 1980) is a non-traditional community foundation that supports organizations and groups working for progressive social change in Santa Barbara County. The FUND is dedicated to helping find solutions to current and emerging social problems and issues that challenge our society as a whole. We understand that social conditions improve most dramatically when those who have been denied power and justice lead on their own behalf to confront, challenge, and change the conditions that have denied them access to justice and equity.

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Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley

Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley

We partner with all members of the community to achieve resilience against substance abuse, reduce violence, and promote a healthy and safe community for our youth and families.

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CEASE

CEASE

CEASE is Santa Barbara County’s Tobacco Prevention Program. It provides a variety of education, cessation, and enforcement services to prevent youth from beginning tobacco and electronic smoking device use, to help tobacco users quit, and to protect the public from the harmful effects of secondhand smoke.
CEASE goals are; to prevent non-smokers from becoming tobacco users, to assist smokers in their efforts to quit, and to protect the public from the harmful effects of tobacco and secondhand smoke.

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VC ASH

VC ASH

Ventura County Public Health along with The Ventura County Action on Smoking and Health Partnership is committed to the de-normalization of tobacco and e-cigarette use in Ventura County by providing leadership and facilitating community mobilization to educate, advocate, and develop policy.

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Tobacco Control Coaliton

Tobacco Control Coaliton

We partner with all members of the community to achieve resilience against substance abuse, reduce violence, and promote a healthy and safe community for our youth and families.

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