From Co-Director Heather Putnam: “We are establishing this garden to create a space that embodies Shannon Collins’ dedication to the Center and her community. Having the garden come to fruition will support educational efforts and programs at Walnut Avenue Family and Women’s Center as well as build community. We are building a space with our […]
Supporting our LGBT community organizations, and working to create a welcoming and safe environment for all LGBT people, is an event we are honored each year to participate in. A big thank you to our FUN SQUAD leader Rachel Dean for organizing these parade events for TBSC!
Santa Cruz police remember fallen officers KSBW News Report SANTA CRUZ, Calif. —This week marks three years since two Santa Cruz police officers were killed in the line of duty… The city continues to honor the two officers as well. A memorial garden serves as a daily reminder of the two officers made the ultimate […]
Take Back Santa Cruz is proud to announce that money raised at the recent Public Safety Forum has been donated to the SCPD PRIDE program. Take Back Santa Cruz co-sponsored the event with Santa Cruz Neighbors and a number of local public safety groups. A check for $1300 was recently presented by event organizers to […]
The TBSC Crew & Woodstock Pizza bring lunch and dessert to the LEO Appreciation Luncheon October 2015 Post – Remember the fundraiser we had at Woodstock’s Pizza Santa Cruz over the summer? Well the Santa Cruz Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon is happening this week! TBSC and Woodstock Pizza will be catering lunch for a training […]
TBSC was proud to host a table and support the annual community fundraiser for FoodWhat?! held at Mission Santa Cruz. The event featured a wonderful variety of locally grown food and organic produce, grown, prepared and served by FoodWhat?! teen interns alongside chef partners – Damani Thomas from Oswald Restaurant, Chris LaVeque and El Salchichero, […]
Announcing our Public Safety Fall Forum 2015! Brought to you by Take Back Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz Neighbors, and the Santa Cruz Police Officers’ Association.
Find out more about the consequences of Assembly Bill 109 (Prison Realignment) and Proposition 47 (Reduced Penalties for Some Crimes Initiative).
Featuring well-known Public Safety Advocate Lynne Brown and a panel of local experts. Representatives from the Santa Cruz Police Department, the Santa Cruz Sheriff’s Office, the District Attorneys Office and others will on be on the panel. Lynne will deliver a brief but compelling multimedia presentation, which may shed light on information not disclosed to the public about policies that diminish safety in our communities. This will be followed by comments from our panel and Q & A with the audience.
Take Back Santa Cruz was happy to sponsor this year’s Jingle Bell Rock 5K and Kids 1K, which took place Sunday along the San Lorenzo River levee. Members of TBSC were out in force, braving the frigid morning temperatures to cheer on the runners. Special thanks to Analicia, Samantha, and Beth for their booth staffing […]
“What Would Rudolph Do?” was the theme for this year’s “float” in the Downtown Holiday Parade, which took place Saturday morning on Pacific Avenue. Thanks to everyone that came out and joined in the walk, and special thanks to the TBSC Fun Squad for organizing the decorations and giveaways. It was so much fun! Here […]
Take Back Santa Cruz raised $3,000 (updated from video) for the Butler/Baker Memorial Garden. We were able to do so from the sales of our Never Forget tee shirts. The Memorial Garden is going in the court yard at the station. The entire community will be able to visit and never forget. Our support of […]