Social Advocates For Youth

SAYing Thank You to Spring Lake Village!

A few years ago, we got a phone call from Gwen Zeller, inquiring about hosting a small fundraiser in her community. Gwen's vision was to get the residents who live at Spring Lake Village to donate in support of the youth we serve here at SAY. We were thrilled by...

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Donate a First Home Welcome Basket

Looking for an easy way to help SAY in welcoming our new youth residents at the Dream Center? Fill up a laundry basket with move-in essentials a young person may need: Laundry Basket Hangers Basic Dishware (Cup, Mug, Bowl, Plate, Fork, Knife, Spoon) Basic Kitchenware Can Openers Wooden Spoons Pot Set Baking Sheet Knife Spatula New Pillow & Blanket (Twin Xl Size) Small Trash...

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An Update on the Rancho Cotate Woodshop Project

The students at Rancho Cotate High School have launched a fundraising campaign to build the armoires they'll be delivering to the Dream Center! Donors at $60 or above can take home a gorgeous hardwood cutting board. Click here to support their campaign! ...

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The SAY Dream Center Opens!

On December 28th SAY completed our move and welcomed our first counseling clients in for appointments at the SAY Dream Center! We are thrilled to be settling in and calling this beautiful new space home to our administrative offices, counseling, life and career readiness programs, and coming in the next...

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We’re Moving!

After years of planning, we are THRILLED to announce our upcoming move to the SAY Dream Center! Our offices on Airway Drive will be closed starting at 5 pm on Thursday, December 17th 2015. Our offices will re-open at 9 am on Monday, December 28th. Our new address at the SAY Dream...

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David’s path from homelessness to housing

Last winter, David was homeless, sleeping outside in parks around Santa Rosa, and trying to keep warm with temperatures as low as 27º. David graduated from high school with plans to apply for college and major in electrical engineering. Becoming homeless at 18 wasn’t in his plan, but David maintained his positive...

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Biagi Bros pledges $120,000 for the SAY Dream Center

With the purchase of their first truck in 1978, Fred Jr. and Greg Biagi, the "Biagi Bros" launched a family business that has grown to over 600 employees. Today, Biagi Bros is one of the top 100 companies in the North Bay. Truly a family operation, the Biagi family has...

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