A Christmas Video from the cast and crew of How to Train Your Dragon Live SPECTACULAR. I saw the show and the word spectacular does not to it justice, either on stage or off. A tremendous group of people doing wonderful things for communities most of them are visiting for the first time.
The cast and crew of How to Train Your Dragon Live SPECTACULAR distribute the gifts they purchased to WVCS clients on Christmas Eve - KTVU News.
WVCS staff and volunteers participating in the 7Live Studio Box!
WVCS Board President on Comcast News Makers, discussing the work we do in the community and sharing information about our latest fundraiser: Chefs of Compassion!
West Valley Community Services doesn't like to shine the light on itself - we want to shine the light on others, especially our clients. But every once and a while...
Cadence is a tremendous supporter of the non-profit community and in 2009, the employee driven "In the Spirit of Stars and Strikes," fundraisers raised over $70,000 allowing WVCS to purchase a refrigerated mobile food van! Cadence was also able to provide much needed support to Next Door Solutions.
WVCS has been a long time partner with United Way. Watch this video to see what others have to say about donating to United Way and its partners and how to Live United.
Naomi Nakano-Matsumoto, Executive Director of WVCS talks about the need in the West Valley Region of Santa Clara County.
David Ujita, West Valley Community Services and Pastor Matt Turner, Calvary Church of Los Gatos were awarded with Outstanding Drive Coordinator by Second Harvest Food Bank on February 12, 2009. Congratulations!Naomi Nakano-Matsumoto, Executive Director, on Comcast News Makers.