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Progress Ranch

for boys 6-15

In operation since 1976, Progress Ranch is a home for boys between the ages of 6 and 15. Our facility has six beds. We are located in a residential neighborhood in the city of Davis, and boys are eligible to attend Davis public schools.

MISSION STATEMENT

We strive for the following outcomes for our boys:

Health and well-being
Confidence and social skills
An optimistic and hopeful outlook
A capacity for meaningful relationships.

We work to achieve these outcomes by

providing a nurturing home environment,
being involved in a supportive community,
emphasizing education,
offering individual and family therapy.

We live in a wonderful community! The following folks delivered big time
in making it a wonderful holiday season for the boys.

Della and Blake Thompson:  Lights for the entire house, Bikes from Freewheeler for
all the boys (Freewheeler helped donate also), they also took all the boys to breakfast
on Christmas morning. 
 
Hallmark Inn:  Donated a room for a night for one of the boy's sister to visit from LA.
EMQ FamiliesFirst wrap covered her plane ticket.
 
Sunset Rotary:  Christmas party with cookie decorating, and $100 worth of presents for each
child for Christmas morning.
 
Woodland Covenant Church: Kings tickets with swag for each boy, gifts for Progress
Ranch for the year (sporting equipment, board games)
 
Krista and John Thomson: Christmas Eve PJ’s and Elite Socks for all the boys and a brand new
basketball hoop for the backyard!
 
Soroptimist of Davis: Stockings filled with a lot of great stuff!  Toys plus $25 at target,
$15 Subway, and $10 at In and out for each kid!
 
Patricia and Leroy Dean: Santa and Mrs Claus came Christmas morning to hang with the
kiddos while they opened gifts.
 
Davis Community Church: A ton of gift cards for the boys to use during the year
… In and Out, Jamba Juice, Movies… etc.  (about $350 worth)

 


Our Executive Director, Wendi Counta, a long-time Davis resident, has over twenty years of experience working with children. She was the Residential Director at Families First for the past fifteen years. Her educational background is in Human Services management.

The Board of Directors is comprised of local residents who recognize the need for caring, community-based programs for children at risk. They meet monthly in Davis. A packet of material to describe board service opportunities is available upon request.

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This site provided with the assistance of the Davis Community Network.