Yolo Community Foundation (YCF), an affiliate of Sacramento Region Community Foundation (SRCF), announces that the application process for the Yolo Youth Service Award (YoYoSa) and the Bells-Burns Fund Scholarship are now closed for 2018.
Reception and recognition of Yolo Youth Service Awards (YoYoSA) scholarship recipients. At 5:30 PM on Thursday, April 19 the Yolo Community Foundation (YCF) will be recognizing the recipients of the YoYoSA scholarships at the Yolo County CASA Conference Room in Woodland, CA (located inside Yolo County CASA 722b Main Street, Woodland, CA).
The YoYoSA program is designed to promote and reward Yolo County youth volunteering with local nonprofit organizations and encourages Yolo County nonprofits to engage with youth volunteers.
The YoYoSA student awardees will each receive a $1000 scholarship to support post-high school education, which may include college, vocational, or technical school. A $500 grant will be awarded to each nonprofit agency sponsoring each YoYoSA student scholarship recipients. Student awardees and sponsoring nonprofit agencies will be honored at the reception.
YCF strives to boost local philanthropy by serving donors, nonprofits, and youth in the Yolo County area, and is proud to recognize tomorrow’s leaders in local philanthropy through the YoYoSA program. To learn more about YCF and Yolo Youth Service Awards scholarships and to RSVP for the reception please send an email to or call 530-312-0593 by April 17th.