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Harmony at Home

Mission

To end the cycles of violence and abuse by empowering children and young adults with the knowledge, skills and confidence to lead healthy and productive lives.

The Big Idea

Harmony at Home aims to end the cycles of violence and abuse by empowering children and young adults with the knowledge, skills and confidence to lead healthy and productive lives. They hope to expand their programs to South Monterey County for children and families experiencing trauma, conflict and divorce. Their plan is to provide services in partnership with school districts in King City, Soledad and Greenfield. In these underserved communities, many families are not able to travel to Salinas, where Harmony at Home is already established. The Big Idea is to go to where the need is, and offer classes and counseling to teach all who are affected to learn healthy ways to express their feelings—ultimately ending the cycle of violence and abuse by empowering children and young adults with the knowledge, skills and confidence to lead healthy and productive lives.

I think that this class touched on all of the information that is important for the entire family. We learned how to communicate with the other parent and the children. Amazing class! The facilitator was very clear and had helpful information and feedback. Thank you!

- Anonymous

We’re In This Together.

Nonprofits are more important that ever in this trying time. Monterey County Gives! was created to support the local nonprofit community's Big Ideas (and programs). And thanks to your participation and generosity, Monterey County Gives! raised over $5.3 million for 163 local nonprofits in 2019.

MCGives! has now raised and contributed over $27 million dollars since its inception ten years ago. That’s astounding. And wonderful.

Look for the 2020 Monterey County Gives! RFP (for applying nonprofits) in the Monterey County Weekly this June/July. Monterey County Gives! 2020 campaign kicks off in early November.

Thank you to all our Partners, Sponsors, nonprofit Board Directors, staff and volunteers — and each of our 4,902 donors. We did it, together.