Sebastopol Charities

Sebastopol is known as a community-oriented, liberal place therefore there are lots of charity and non-profit organizations within the city. In the entire Sonoma County area, there are hundreds of charities set up to assist people in need, children, animals, and various other causes that are important to draw attention toward. Here are a few of our favorite charities in Sebastopol.


Ceres Community Project
7351 Bodega Ave
Sebastopol, CA 95472


At the Ceres Community Project, the mission is to build healthy communities with fresh, whole, and organic foods. The project focuses on supporting community residents suffering from illness by providing them nutritious meals and the education needed to discover the best foods for their lifestyle and conditions. The project also encourages young people to spend their time volunteering as gardeners and mini-chefs, teaching them the importance of fresh and healthy foods from a young age. The project hopes to connect members of the community to one another with an overall goal of providing the healthiest food options for families and individuals.


Children’s Humanitarian International
PO Box 1735
Sebastopol, CA 95473


The Children’s Humanitarian International is a not-for-profit organization that believes in enhancing the quality of education and the overall health of the children around the world. CHI aims to empower and educate young people toward the goal of being self-sufficient enough to become leaders in their own communities. CHI hopes to do this by providing health support, care, and love to the kids who need it most.


Transition United States
447 Florence Ave
Ground Floor
Sebastopol, CA 95472


Transition US is an entirely non-profit organization that works toward ensuring that every community in the nation is attempting to transition into a future beyond fossil fuels. The organization provides support, networking, and training for the various Transition Initiatives across the country. Transition US works under the belief that we need to address the problems of oil, climate change, and the overall state of the economy. The best way to do so is by providing knowledge and the skills necessary to transition toward a more sustainable future. CHI works both locally and internationally.