Common Ground for Common Good

Mondays at 4:44pm & 6:44pm, Tuesdays at 6:45a & 7:45am

Common Ground for Common Good is a public awareness collaboration that was initiated by North Valley Community Foundation. It's now the name of a series on North State Public Radio in partnership with both NVCF and Shasta Regional Community Foundation. The program highlights grassroots methods to simple solutions to complex, compelling challenges.

Each week you'll hear from community members working hard to make things just a little bit better.

Our previous Common Ground for Common Good series can be found here. Our theme song is "Optimist" by Zoe Keating

Shasta Regional Community Foundation

  

Shasta Regional Community Foundation is a nonprofit, public charity serving the people of Shasta and Siskiyou counties. Established in 2000 by a group of dedicated community volunteers, the Community Foundation helps people achieve their charitable goals. In partnership with their generous donors they are building resources that will serve the community now and in the future. Click here for more information.

Siskiyou Opportunity Center

The mission of the Siskiyou Opportunity Center is to provide support services that assist individuals with disabilities to obtain an earned income, function independently, and maximize their highest level of vocational potential.

NorCal CRT

To help survivors of the Carr and Delta Fires fully recover, a number of non-profit groups, faith-based organizations, businesses, government agencies, and others have come together to form the NorCal Community Recovery Team (CRT). NorCal CRT is a community-based long-term recovery group (LTRG) set up to assess unmet recovery needs in the community that still exist after initial federal assistance and community support have been distributed.

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Having people living without shelter in our community has undesirable effects on all our lives. Abundant research indicates that giving people homes costs the community less than having them living outside. The mission of the Chico Housing Action Team is to ensure that every person in our community has access to housing they can afford. Learn more here.

 

Common Ground for Common Good: Empower Tehama

Jul 8, 2019
Empower Tehama

 

 


Empower Tehama (formerly Alternatives to Violence) is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote healthy relationships and social change in the community through education, intervention and responsive services designed to inspire personal transformation. Located in Tehama County, Empower Tehama is committed to providing crucial social services that empower and help its residents, strengthening and enriching the community as a whole.

 

Image courtesy of the Camp Fire Long Term Recovery Group

The Camp Fire Long Term Recovery Group (CFLTRG) is the official community hub for recovery resources. They're official designation is recognized by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (CalOES) and local government agencies in Butte County.

Euphrates

Euphrates Institute is an educational and global grassroots peacebuilding organization with chapters across the U.S. and in 15 countries. In today’s interdependent world, they equip and empower global citizens to solve intractable problems in their communities, inspiring humanity to act from oneness. Learn more here.

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Chico Posse Foundation is a diverse group of women who were put together by nothing other than the grace of God.

They have developed a great friendship and as different as they all are, they are all on the same mission to make a difference in their community.

Over the last few years, they have been connecting people in need with people who can and want to help. Learn more here.

Boys & Girls Club Of The Siskiyous FB

The Boys & Girls Club of the Siskiyous offers a safe place for young people to learn, play and grow outside of school hours. When school’s out, clubs are in. As soon as that last school bell rings, their doors open to serve the youth of Siskiyou County into the early evening.

During holiday breaks and the summer months, they are open during the day when many guardians are at work. These times are the most crucial, when children and teens would be home by themselves, or elsewhere, likely without qualified supervision.

 

It is the aim of Boys & Girls Club of the Siskiyous to be available when youth needs them the most; to be a place where kids can feel safe, connect with others, and build the skills and confidence needed to reach great futures. Learn more here.

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The Council on Student Wellness and Safety Fund is under the umbrella of the North Valley Community Foundation and has the goal of taking a proactive approach in addressing wellness and safety issues in Chico-area high schools. 

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