Just like with any other city, Folsom is home to a number of people and organizations looking to help out the world around them. In Folsom, there are 490 non-profit organizations fighting the good fight. If you are looking to join, learn about or help out in a few of them, here is a list of some non-profit organizations to get you started.
Joe Dowd is a swimming instructor with only one goal in mind, to help people conquer their fears. Sacswim4life is a non-profit group of adult swim lessons made for adults who are either afraid of the water or never learned how to swim. He does this out of his passion for swimming and with over 23 years of experience, he’s definitely the right man for the job.
If you are more into history and its preservation, then the Placerville and Sacramento Valley Railroad is well worth checking out. The goal of the organization is to give the public an informative experience on the history of railways around the Sacramento area while doing it in a fun and enjoyable way. This is done through volunteer work by people in the community. With their help, Placerville and Sacramento Valley Railroad provide the public with great memories surrounding.
It’s said that it takes a village to raise a child, and with Folsom’s Hope, that village can be there for you. Salwa Kasabian founded Folsom’s Hope in 2008 to help children academically, mentally and spiritually. The group’s aim is to help struggling families with after school programs and mentoring. They have 125 beneficiaries per year and are looking to grow in children and in volunteers. The idea behind what they do being that all it takes is a little amount of time to change a child’s life.
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