Serving Those Who Serve Our Community
JW Home Care gives 3% of our total sales back to our community! Funds go towards programs that directly benefit Ventura County non-profits. We have selected multiple programs that meet our “Serving Those Who Serve Our Community” criteria. After a completed JW Home Care job, our clients will then choose where they would like the donation to go to. Donations to these organizations will be ongoing and dispersed at the end of every quarter. Our selected organizations for 2021 can be found below.
The JW Home Care “Copper Fund” These funds will support our local Police K-9 foundations. Ventura Police Department and Oxnard Police Department rely on community donations to pay for their training, medical bills, food and equipment. These K-9 programs are 100% community funded.
If you would like to learn more about out The Ventura Police Department K9 program or would like to donate directly, please click here.
If you would like learn more about the Oxnard Police Department K9 Foundation or would like to donate directly, please click here.
Food Share of Ventura County Donations to Food Share will directly benefit our 75,000 hungry friends and neighbors in Ventura County. Food Share distributes more than 17 million pounds of food, or more than 20 million meals annually. For every $1 donated, Food Share is able to turn it into 3 meals.
If you would like to learn more about Food Share of Ventura County or would like to donate directly, please click here.
Humane Society of Ventura County The Humane Society of Ventura County. Since its inception in 1932 The Humane Society of Ventura County relies on 100% community funding as it is not affiliated with national organizations such as ASPCA or HSUS. Donations will go towards animal care, outreach, education and funding for the only two State-licensed Humane Officers in Ventura County who investigate reports of animal abuse and neglect.
If you would like to learn more about The Humane Society of Ventura County or donate directly, please click here.
The Ventura Fire Foundation The Ventura Fire Foundation Benevolent Fund is dedicated to the well-being of the Ventura Fire Department family, the aim of this fund is to minimize the negative impact of injuries and fatalities that members of the fire family endure. This foundation is all-volunteer and entirely non-profit and depends on donations from the community.
If you would like to learn more about the Ventura Fire Foundation or would like to donate directly, please click here.
Interface Children & Family Services Interface Children & Family Services is Ventura County’s most comprehensive nonprofit social services agency. Programs that Interface run include, 211 Information & Assistance, Domestic Violence & Child Abuse Prevent, Human Trafficking, Mental Health & Trauma Treatment, Justice Services, Youth Crisis & Homeless Services.
If you would like to learn more about Interface or donate directly, please click here.