Sonoma County is giving.

From small grass roots local organizations like The Living Room to larger, countywide organizations like Committee on the Shelterless and The Human Race, the culture here in Sonoma County is to be aware of community needs. We do not look the other way, but face the need and work to help.

Lagunitas Brewing Company makes philanthropy a priority with new  community centers popping up around the country.

Annual Wine Country Weekend event named one of America’s top 3 wine charity events.

Fundraising efforts contribute $100,000 to new building fund for The Living Room, providing refuge to women and children from abusive situations.


Sonoma County abounds with volunteer and community service opportunities. Below is an overview of resources to get you started.

Volunteer Center of Sonoma County

A guide to the volunteer and community service opportunities available in Sonoma County.

United Way of Wine Country

Organization dedicated to building partnerships, forging consensus, and leveraging resources to make a measurable impact.

Community Foundation Sonoma County

Organization established in 1983 with more than 280 different funds from individual donors, community groups, and nonprofit organizations. This foundation has returned more than $57 million to the community in order to match philanthropic interests with community needs.


A searchable community resource directory for Sonoma County.

Sonoma County Active 20-30

A club for young men and women looking to serve their communities.

Junior League

A group of trained volunteers seeking to make a difference in families and communities.

Sonoma County Business Philanthropy Report