Many special thanks to the following local non-profit groups for supporting community radio and answering the phones during the Fall 2013 Pledge Drive!
The WTC is dedicated to meeting the training, vocational, and recreational needs of local adults with disabilities. The WTC serves over 600 people in Chico, Oroville, and Paradise, with services provided throughout Butte County.
A non-profit organization of individuals with brain injury, family caregivers, and professionals who provide education about brain injury to the community.
ILSNC helps community members with disabilities to achieve and/or maintain their optimal level of self-reliance and independence.
The Chico Community Shelter Partnership is dedicated to assisting a wide variety of people in their efforts to achieve self-sufficiency and a more stable lifestyle.
Promotes eco-awareness on campus and in the community through education and outreach on sustainability related issues
The museum's mission is to promote respect and appreciation for human
diversity through our academic museum studies program within the
Department of Anthropology.
Driven by our belief in the importance of compassion, our staff will ensure that we provide food and shelter in a supportive environment for those needing our services.
Catalyst is committed to serving the needs of all victims of domestic violence and their children regardless of ethnicity, citizenship, language, religion, physical disabilities, sexual orientation, gender identity or HIV status.