Our community has once again survived a series of harrowing events over the last week with the Kincade Fire, demonstrating the strength and compassion of Sonoma County. We are so grateful to be part of this community and to be supporting vulnerable youth when they need it the most.

Due to the widespread evacuations, air quality concerns, and the trauma that has resurfaced for many community members, we have decided not to sleep out for SAY’s One Cold Night event scheduled for November 8 at the Santa Rosa Junior College.

While the sleeping out portion of the event is canceled, you can still support our youth through this campaign! The One Cold Night fundraising website will remain open through November 22. All gift will directly help vulnerable and homeless young people who rely on SAY as their only support system during traumatic times.

Thank you to everyone who has generously supported One Cold Night so far! We wouldn’t be able to deliver critical housing, counseling, and employment services to young people without the support of this amazing community.

We hope you will stay connected with SAY! Join us for a tour of the SAY Dream Center to see our work in action and learn more about how you can help youth in Sonoma County. Sign up by clicking here.