The El Dorado Hills Community Vision Coalition is made up of individuals, community volunteers and leaders in El Dorado Hills, who represent youth serving agencies and organizations. This includes schools, business, government, faith community, fraternal organizations, law enforcement, parents, the news media, youth, recreation programs, and others who care about the youth of our community. The Vision Coalition was formed to help youth in El Dorado Hills by providing “positive youth development” opportunities, including financial support. Funds from federal and private sector grants as well as donations from individuals and businesses in the community support the coalition’s activities. To learn more, visit www.edhvisioncoalition.org.

“Partnering With Others In Positively Impacting Lives”
Faithful Stewards is a ministry that brings together churches and individuals to partner in ministry to address needs within our community. Founders, Brandon & Alisha Mecier, assist us by identifying areas where we, as a church family, can assist those in our community. Learn more at www.faithfulstewards.net.

Sundance Montessori School provides students hands-on learning with challenging academics, independent and leadership-building skills, in a caring, nurturing classroom setting that promotes self-confidence, self-discipline and mutual respect.  Our students enjoy full subject curriculum in language arts, math, science, cultural, history, and Practical Life, as well as enrichment activities in foreign language, art, music, physical education, gardening and field trips.  With locations in Folsom and El Dorado Hills, Sundance is able to serve the educational needs of children aged 18 months to 11 years.  To learn more, visit www.sundancemontessori.org or contact us directly at 916.985.6034.  

Young Life leaders have the privilege of knowing and sharing their lives with kids and young adults with disabilities. While all Young Life activities are open to every kid, many Young Life areas have dedicated programs for kids and young adults with disabilities, typically referred to as Young Life Capernaum Ministries. To learn more about Young Life Capernaum, contact Colleen Short, Director of Young Life Greater Sacramento Capernaum, at [email protected] or visit www.younglife.org/Capernaum.

Young Life is focused on the youth in our public schools. Young Life goes into High School & Jr High campuses to reach out to students with God’s love. They share our heart of making God’s love visible by “earning the right to be heard.” Learn more at www.younglife.org.