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Foothill 7 TV & The Community

Foothill 7 TV is a strong media voice for what's happening and what's interesting in El Dorado County. Part of our mission is to get the word out about organizations that make our area a great place to work and live. Programming such as Hometown Happenings shows the efforts of passionate dedicated people working together to accomplish good things for our county, its people and the environment.

Community Calendar lists important events. Community News shares enlightening articles. And our Non-profits page lists organizations worth knowing about and supporting.

Charities and Non-profits

Foothill 7 Television supports local charities and non-profits by contributing production services and airtime to provide information and promote special fund-raising events.  

We encourage all residents of El Dorado County to support wholeheartedly the organizations who work hard to make our communities better for all our citizens.

American River ConservancyAmerican River Conservancy

348 Highway 49, Coloma, CA 95613 • 530-621-1224


For more than 20 years, the American River Conservancy (ARC) has been preserving rivers and land for life. As a non-profit community organization in the central Sierra Nevada foothills, we work to preserve natural areas and cultural resources and build an enduring ethic of care, building a sustainable future for humans in harmony with nature.

Boys & Girls Club El DoradoBoys & Girls Club

212 Armory Rd., Placerville, CA 95667 • 530-295-8019


Our mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. We envision a future in which the Boys & Girls Club Movement is a catalyst for a new age in America, an age in which success is within the reach of every child, and whole generations of children are inspired to a level of civic engagement not seen since the founding of our nation.

CASA - Court Appointed Special Advocates in El Dorado CountyCourt Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) El Dorado

347 Main St., Placerville, CA 95667 • 530-622-9882


A passionate and powerful voice - CASA El Dorado's trained and court-appointed volunteers advocate on behalf of abused children and at-risk youth. Together with our community's involvement and generous support, we will positively impact the lives of our children. We believe that every child in our community deserves the fundamental right to grow up in a safe and loving environment. Therefore, our purpose is to ensure that every abused and neglected child that ends up in foster care in El Dorado County, through no fault of their own, has that same opportunity.

El Dorado County FairEl Dorado County Fair

100 Placerville Dr., Placerville, CA 95667 • 530-621-5860


The FUN begins the third week each June at our county fair with 4-H and FFA livestock shows, carnival rides and games, exhibits, music, contests, wheelbarrow races, Bullfest, Mutton Bustin, and all the food you can eat from corn dogs to tacos.

Mother Lode Rehabilitation Enterprises - M.O.R.E.Mother Lode Rehabilitation Enterprises, Inc. (MORE)

399 Placerville Dr., Placerville, CA 95667 • 530- 622-4848


MORE is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to supporting persons with disabilities. Our services include direct training in social, living, and vocational skills. In addition we assist the community in providing real life opportunities, including work, for those we serve.

CRCOnly Kindness, Inc. Community Resource Center

Mobile in El Dorado County • 530-344-1864


Only Kindness DBA The Community Resource Center primarily works with veterans, seniors, families and individuals in crisis who are homeless or in danger of losing housing, who are worthy, one person at a time. We partner with the County of El Dorado to open/operate a transitional housing facility. Re-Visions is a store in Cameron Park we have opened featuring gently used, refurbished household items and furniture in the Bel Aire shopping center.

The Rotary Club of PlacervilleRotary Club of Placerville

P.O. Box 488, Placerville, CA  95667


The main objective of Rotary is service — in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world. Rotarians develop community service projects that address many of today's most critical issues, such as children at risk, poverty and hunger, the environment, illiteracy, and violence. They also support programs for youth, educational opportunities and international exchanges for students, teachers, and other professionals, and vocational and career development. The Rotary motto is Service Above Self.

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6520 Pleasant Valley Road, Diamond Springs, CA 95619 • 530-621-7820 or 916-817-2338


Snowline is committed to serving our community by supporting terminally ill patients near end-of-life and guiding their loved ones through grief. Snowline Hospice, established in 1981, is a nonprofit, community-based organization dedicated to meeting the unique physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those who are nearing the end of life's journey. Our goal is to enhance the living, comfort the dying and support the grieving with compassion and dignity. We serve the Western Slope of El Dorado County and the Greater Sacramento region: including Folsom, Roseville, Granite Bay, Fair Oaks, Carmichael and Rancho Cordova.

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2986 Coloma St., Placerville, CA 95667 • 530-621-1925


Our goal is to provide substance use disorder treatment for men in El Dorado County. Our county is in need of an additional men’s residential program and is a perfect back drop to start on the road to recovery. We are a blend of current best practice counseling techniques and 12 step Social Model recovery, based on the idea that the client will take an active part in their recovery. Our role is to assist clients and their loved ones in understanding addiction and help them to return to the community as a functioning member of society. We do this not only for them, but for their loved ones, because we know addiction can be as painful for families as it is for the one with the disease. Recovery benefits the community too, as it eases the burgeoning stress on county services and the accompanying costs borne by the county