Yolo Crisis Nursery Events

From time to time, our Friends of the Nursery sponsor special fund-raising events. This is the place to learn about them! For information about joining the Friends, contactl them at friends@yolocrisisnursery.org.

5th Annual "Krustaceans for Kids" Crab Feed

For the Yolo Crisis Nursery, this is the event of the year! So much crab, so much pasta and salad, so much fun!

Save the date for the 2017 eventCrab Feed 2017: It will be March 17 at the Woodland Community and Senior Center, a beautiful and spacious facility on East Street on the southern edge of town.

Tickets and sponsorships will be available beginning in January.

See Photos of 2016 Crab Feed

Giving Tuesday

Every year, the Nursery participates in the national Giving Tuesday. This year, it’s Nov. 29.Giving Tuesday Nov. 29

Always the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, it’s a day to give back after the three big shopping days: Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday.

This is a virtual event, driven by social media: #GivingTuesday. Donations are all online, to individual nonprofits’ own donation web pages.

With your contribution by credit card, you’ll join thousands of people around the country who will enter the Season of Giving with a gift that helps the less fortunate among us.

Thank you!

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Newspaper Columns

Our local newspaper, the Davis Enterprise, generously publishes a column once a month about our activities at the Nursery. Catch up on past columns below:

  • YCN_May_2017: With Nursery’s help, family heads off a potential crisis
  • YCN_April_2017: Mom’s tale goes to heart of why the Nursery exists
  • YCN_March_2017: Raising $78,000, one crab leg at a time
  • YCN_February_2017: A reprinting of Comstock’s magazine’s profile of Yolo Crisis Nursery
  • YCN_January_2017:  Nursery’s benefit crab feed: All it’s cracked up to be and more

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Support the Yolo Crisis Nursery

The Yolo Crisis Nursery depends upon the support of generous, caring people like you.  Please help us with our mission and protect the vulnerable children in our community.

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