All Things Right & Relevant

About Us

Location

2801 Spafford Street
Davis, CA 95618

Hours of Operation

Consignment Store: 11AM-6PM
Thrift Store: 11AM-5:30PM

Contact

(530) 759-9648
areurelevant@gmail.com

Mission Statement

The primary purpose of Friends of Allied Nonprofits (FAN) is to provide ongoing supplemental funding for nonprofit agencies serving the mental health needs of Yolo County. The secondary purpose is to provide employment development opportunities for Yolo County mental health clients.

A bookcase contains items found at R&R.

Current Recipient Agencies

Citizens Who Care

1260 Lake Blvd #208
Davis, CA 95616 (meets at URC)
(530) 758-3704
Link to Website

Citizens Who Care provides social support services to Yolo County adults and their family caregivers. These services are provided by trained, caring volunteers, with the support of our professional staff. We have recently teamed with Yolo Hospice to provide greater depth in our program offerings.

CommuniCare Health Centers

P.O. Box 1260
Davis, CA 95617
(530) 758-1510 ext. 1205
Link to Website

CommuniCare Health Centers is a Federally Qualified Health Center providing health care to those in need since 1972. CommuniCare provides comprehensive health care services delivered by a dedicated team of providers and support staff through our clinic sites and outreach programs. Our goal is to develop and maintain a long-term, healing partnership with each of our patients, while ensuring the best possible health outcomes.

Davis Community Meals

202 F Street
Davis, CA 95616
(530) 756-4008
Link to Website

The purpose of Davis Community Meals and Housing is to provide low-income and homeless individuals and families with housing, food, and human services to help them rebuild their lives.

Empower Yolo

933 Court St
Woodland, CA 95695
(530) 661-6336
Link to Website

Empower Yolo provides twenty-four hour crisis intervention, emergency shelter, confidential counseling, training, legal assistance, and other services for individuals and families affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, human trafficking, and child abuse.

Short Term Emergency Aid Committee

P.O. Box 1047
Davis, CA 95617
(530) 758-8435
Link to Website

STEAC's purpose is to provide immediate, short-term emergency aid to families and individuals with incomes at or below the federal poverty level who live in Yolo County. Assistance includes providing help with food, rental, utility and job readiness. Since 1967, STEAC has provided a critical safety net for those whose needs cannot be met by other charitable or government agencies. For needy residents, it is often the agency of last resort for assistance.

Suicide Prevention & Crisis Services of Yolo County

P.O. Box 622
Davis, CA 95617
1784 Picasso St, Suite A
Davis, CA 95616
(530) 756-7542
Link to Website

Suicide Prevention of Yolo County is a non-profit organization with the mission of providing crisis prevention and intervention, education, and community outreach services to the residents of Yolo County. Click the menu button above to find out more about our programs, agency information, and how you can get involved.

Shores of Hope

110 Sixth St
West Sacramento, CA 95605
(916) 372-0200 ext. 101
(916) 372-0201
Link to Website

We offer four agency programs, which include Transitional Housing, Outreach, Child Development, and Transportation. Within these programs we have subprograms, which help to provide a deeper focus in the areas that need it most. These include Slavic Women’s Health Outreach, Rapid Rehousing, housing for foster youth leaving the system, providing an emergency shelter for victims of crime, and operating a Food Closet.

Yolo Community Care Continuum

P.O. Box 1101
Davis, CA 95617
(530) 758-2160
Link to Website

Yolo Community Care Continuum (YCCC) is a non-profit agency that provides an array of community-based programs for people experiencing a psychiatric disability. YCCC has been providing services in Northern California since 1979. Each service is designed to meet the individual needs at specific points in the recovery process. Twenty-four hour supervision is offered in three residential programs. Supported housing offers an opportunity to live more independently in the community while receiving the support needed to be successful. YCCC's homeless outreach program assists individuals to get a psychiatric evaluation, substance abuse treatment, government benefit filings and help with accessing medications through the Patient Assistance Program (PAP).

A Brief History

Fundraising has been a long-standing dilemma for nonprofits in Yolo County and elsewhere. The need for additional revenue sources had become increasingly apparent in the late 1980's as California slipped into the deepest recession in recent memory and traditional funding sources dried up.

1991 The idea of opening a consignment store was presented at a Yolo Comminity Care Continuum (YCCC) retreat. However, instead of benefiting just one agency, it was decided to be organized to benefit eleven Yolo County agencies.
June 1992 Friends of Allied Nonprofits (FAN) was formed and an application was made to the state for nonprofit status to operate a consignment store.
December 2, 1992 All Things Right & Relevant, a 3,500 sq. ft. store, opened with great fanfare.
1994 FAN opened a 750 sq. ft. thrift shop employing mental health clients.
1996 R&R expanded again by adding a 750 sq. ft. processing center for consigned and donated merchandise.
2001 Well over a quarter of a million dollars has been distributed equally to recipient agencies.
2002 FAN purchased property at 2801 Spafford st.
May 2012 R&R moved to its current location, a 10,000 sq. ft. building on Spafford St.
October 2012 First distribution to recipient agencies, since moving to new building, reaches more than one half million dollars.
2017 R&R celebrated 25 years of being open.

Friends of Allied Nonprofits
Board of Directors

Officers

President: Ruth Shumway

Recording Secretary: Sarah Wagner

Treasurer: Bob Shumway

Historian: Jean Canary

Members

Eleanor Farrand • Helen Mussen • Julie Nedwin • Nancy Temple • Peggy Younglove

Agency Rep: Diane Sommers