When a child is removed from their home due to abuse and neglect, they immediately need a safe and loving place to stay. Through a partnership with Placer County, Koinonia is providing emergency shelter foster homes to lower the traumatic impact during this time of transition. You can make a difference by becoming a professional foster parent and offer short-term emergency care to children in crisis.
3725 Taylor Road
Welcome to the beautiful Loomis Basin, one of the best places to live and visit in the State of California! Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, Looms, Penryn, and Newcastle offer a lifestyle reminiscent of a friendly, old-fashioned community. While South Placer County is one of the fastest growing areas in the state, Loomis and the surrounding area has been able to maintain its rural atmosphere and keep growth to a minimum. We are located 30 minutes east of Sacramento, along the I-80 corridor. Loomis has excellent schools, a library, churches, youth activities, challenging golf courses, and many trails for biking and hiking. Our downtown area offers food venues ranging from fine dining to sandwiches, while the local businesses offer a unique shopping experience. Stop by to enjoy our original, old-fashioned soda fountain located in Main Drug on Taylor Road.
6090 Horseshoe Bar Rd.
P.O. Box 1084
The L.I.F.E. Center offers programs that exercise the mind, the body and the spirit. The Center’s activities of table games, crafts, companionship, exercise, and conversation provide an opportunity for active socialization, one of the most important factors in keeping seniors alert, independent and alive. All our classes are led by well-qualified caring teachers.
6414 Brace Rd.
Placer Valley Tourism’s mission is to generate incremental room nights in hotels within PVT’s geographic footprint . . . the cities of Roseville, Rocklin, and Lincoln, California. We recruit a wide variety of events, from corporate to athletic to performing arts activities to our area.
2204 Plaza Dr. Suite #110
P.O. Box 1152
The mission of the Cowpoke Foundation is to preserve and promote the American cowboy heritage. Our premier event is the Cowpoke Fall Gathering where cowboy poetry, music and story telling reinforce the “cowboy way” at the heart of western traditions. Educational programs in local schools and youth performances at The Fall Gathering ensure that this heritage continues by exposing young people to these oral folk art forms.
3270 Taylor Rd.
Non-Profit Club espousing Democratic principals and community outreach