We Our City is committed to providing services that address immediate needs while creating lasting solutions to hunger, poverty, and social injustice.

Community Partners

These are some of the organizations in our cities that are serving people. If you'd like to help, feel free to contact them!


Vacaville Storehouse

  • www.vacavillestorehouse.org
  • A pantry distribution center of food and household/personal necessities for families in need within our community.

Napa Storehouse

  • www.napastorehouse.org
  • A pantry distribution center of food and household/personal necessities for families in need within our community.

East Bay Storehouse

  • www.eastbaystorehouse.org
  • A pantry distribution center of food and household/personal necessities for families in need within our community.

End 68 Hours of Hunger

  • www.end68hoursofhunger.org
  • This program puts nourishing food in the hands of elementary school children to carry them through the weekend.

Project 180

  • Project 180
  • Project 180 Ministries is a volunteer-based ministry passionate about sharing the love of God through Jesus Christ. We do that by helping transition people off the streets and into safe recovery programs.

Opportunity House


Mission Solano

  • (707) 685-3017
  • Mission Solano is a non-profit organization that serves and ministers to the homeless, helpless, and hopeless of Solano County.

Boys and Girls Club


Alpha Pregnancy Resource Center

  • (707) 449-8996
  • “Alpha Pregnancy Resource Center wants to help churches, businesses, or individuals find a place to serve or be served by us, through local missions, leadership education, abortion recovery counseling and more! Just give us a call if you'd like to know more.”

Solano-Napa Habitat for Humanity

  • (707) 422-1948
  • “We bring people together to bring decent, affordable homes and empower families through home ownership.”

Solano County Library Literacy Program

Changing Lives Through Reading

  • 1-800-450-7885 or (707) 784-1526

Solano County Search and Rescue

  • (707) 784-1600
  • “The SAR” team searches for missing people, evidence searching, disaster assistance (floods, earthquakes, fires, etc) and public education.

Rebuilding Together Solano County

  • (707) 580-9360
  • RTSC provides free home repair and rehabilitation services for low income homeowners and community facilities.

Big Brothers Big Sisters

  • (415) 453-3800
  • Providing children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one to one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

The Leaven

  • (707) 422-5439
  • The Leaven provides after school tutoring and mentoring within low income, in-need neighborhoods.

Vacaville Parks and Recreation

  • (707) 449-5434
  • Volunteer for the City of Vacaville

Community Action Napa Valley

  • (707) 253-6100
  • www.canv.org
  • Napa Valley Food Bank, Senior Nutrition Services, Napa Valley Shelter Project, Los Ninos Child Development and Family Program. Community Action Napa Valley is a helping hand for thousands of Napa Valley residents.

Safe Families

  • www.facebook.com/SafeFamiliesTFH
  • www.safe-families.org
  • Safe Families for Children is a national movement in which volunteer families, prompted solely by compassion, support at risk families. Host families open their homes to children allowing parents to work out their problems without having to worry about losing parental custody.

L.A. Dream Center

  • www.dreamcenter.org
  • The Dream Center, a volunteer driven organization that finds and fills the needs of individuals and families alike, was founded in 1994 and currently serves over 40,000 people each month.