Yolo Children's Fund

Enhancing the quality of an at-risk child's life

The mission of the Yolo Children's Fund is to enhance the quality of life for under-served, abused or disadvantaged children and teens by providing for a special project, gift, need, or enrichment services that would otherwise go unmet.

The Fund serves Yolo County youth from birth to age 19 who have become involved in the court dependency system as a result of being orphaned, parental abuse or neglect, violence, or drugs. Youth who have become delinquents are also included in this program.

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
Attorneys representing juveniles
Yolo County Child Welfare Social Workers
Public Defender Attorneys
Public Defender Social Workers
Probation Officers

We operate three programs.

HELP fund

Provides funds for a special project, gift, need, or opportunity that would otherwise go unmet.

Read more, then apply

SUMMER fund -

requests accepted beginning April 13

For special summer activities such as camp, lessons, etc.

Read more, then apply

EDUCATION fund

Helps with school supplies, fees and especially extra curricular activities.

Read more, then apply