This group is comprised of a cross-sector of Woodland community partners to help guide United Way’s merger transition.
This group is comprised of a cross-sector of community partners who provide vision and support for United Way’s Young Leaders Society action group.
This group is comprised of a cross-sector of community partners who provide vision and support for United Way’s Women United action group.
Woodland United Way and United Way California Capital Region
have merged and are now united as one organization.
Please join us for a community open house at United Way California Capital Region’s office in downtown Woodland.
We welcome friends and associates.
Early registration is now closed, but we still want you to come! Join us anytime from 4:30-6:30 in the courtyard and enjoy tasty bites from Savory Café. Remarks and ribbon cutting will start at 5:15pm.
KinderCamp is a four-week summer program for incoming kindergartners who have not had the opportunity to go to preschool.
This free program gives students the opportunity to experience a classroom environment, be exposed to basic math and reading skills, and advance their social and emotional development. KinderCamp is also a collaborative community initiative that connects families with programs and services to help keep kids healthy so they can go to school every day ready to learn.
Young children who are introduced to early language, books and literacy experiences tend to read sooner and excel in school. Woodland Kids Read supports early childhood literacy by making reading fun for young kids.
Why are the Woodland United Way and United Way California
Capital Region merging?
Both organizations have much in common including shared goals and are collaborating in many ways to improve outcomes for children in the region. The Woodland United Way approached UWCCR about the possibility of a merger in April 2018. Both groups’ boards of directors approved the merger in November 2018 after months of exploration and community meetings.
June is Internet Safety Month, and families across the country can benefit from a wealth of tools and resources to shore up their at-home technologies. To kick things off, we’d like to highlight one company in particular that is changing the way parents can help protect their kids from digital dangers.