KidsFirst

Families can get help accessing health insurance

Local children will be able to better access comprehensive health care following a $10,000 grant from the Mother Lode Foundation to the Placer Children's Health Initiative, which w ...

How much do Roseville nonprofits make and spend?

The Press Tribune took a look at the 15 largest tax-exempt organizations based in Roseville as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. Figures are based on tax form 990 from 20 ...

Shop for a good cause

Shopping at the mall can help support your local school. One school will receive $5,000 through the “Give Back to School” program launched in early August at Westfield Galleri ...

Senior volunteers awarded for service

The Golden Coyotes senior volunteer group never asked to be recognized. However, the group, made up of about 30 Roseville senior citizens, was recognized by KidsFirst at the 13t ...

KidsFirst receives grant to fight child abuse

In 2008, more than 30,000 cases of child abuse occurred in the four-county Sacramento region. To KidsFirst, this is completely unacceptable. The nonprofit organization headquart ...

KidsFirst makes leadership change

The KidsFirst board of directors recently announced DeAnne Thornton, executive director is stepping down from her leadership role of the agency. Thorton has been a member of the K ...

Child abuse center notes increase in cases

Officials at a Placer child abuse interview center noted a record number of cases coming through their doors for 2008 and report that number is growing. The Multidisciplinary Int ...