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Excerpt: “But as the year progressed, we grew more optimistic as we appeared to be emerging from a constant state of uncertainty. While the effects of the pandemic have certainly lingered, we were excited as the world seemed to reopen, long-postponed community events resumed, and we could gather with partners again. It felt like a reunion.
Here at CCNB, we opened our own doors and hosted our full slate of events including graduation, open houses, information sessions, and more. And we ended the year with the keys to yet another door to our future facility in Santa Rosa. We are incredibly excited about the opportunities that will be possible in this new central location which will be more accessible to the corpsmembers we serve and position CCNB to provide even more essential services to our community.”
Excerpt: “Conservation Corps North Bay is built to be flexible. While we would never have imagined the extent to which our resiliency would be tested, we persist and persevere. We do this because our corpsmembers and communities will always be our top priority, and we are able to do this because of our support network of partners and donors, the tenacity of the young people we serve, and the dedication of our Board and staff. We mark our 40th year of service with respect for what we have learned in the decades behind us and excitement for what is to come.“
Excerpt: “What a year it has been at CCNB! While we would never claim that the challenges we faced were that different from those our fellow nonprofits have experienced, we can certainly say that the response of our communities, staff, and our corpsmembers have been nothing short of inspiring. When crews were temporarily suspended at the onset of the pandemic, CCNB’s board and donors wasted no time pulling together resources to meet our corpsmembers’ basic needs while our case management team offered continual one-on-one support for our participants. As work projects came back online, our partners worked alongside our corpsmembers providing essential services in our communities.”