Opportunity Junction fights poverty by helping low-income adults gain the skills and confidence to support themselves and their families. At Opportunity Junction, technology, literacy and personal development combine with real world experience to put people on the road to economic self-sufficiency. See the link below to the Website for Opportunity Junction:
Library-a-Go-Go: Discovery Bay is home to a new Library-a-Go-Go Kiosk located between Blockbuster and the CVS Pharmacy in the Sandy Cove Shopping Center. Library-a-Go-Go is an automated book dispensing machine that contains approximately 400 books for youth and adults. Simply bring your Contra Costa County Library Card to browse and borrow books directly from the kiosk, and then return them to the kiosk when you are done. Library-a-Go-Go is a service of the Contra Costa County Public Library; Discovery Bay residents are also encouraged to visit nearby East County public libraries in Brentwood, Oakley and Antioch to have access to a broader selection of books as well as periodicals, audio-visual materials, computers and more.
Discovery Bay Lion's Club: Discovery Bay Lions Club members volunteer their time and effort to make our community a better place to live. Through educational programs, volunteer assistance and fundraiser proceeds, the Discovery Bay Lions have contributed over $1,000,000 to our community since the club was formed. Here in
Kiwanis Club of Brentwood: Kiwanis is a thriving organization of service-minded men, women and youth who respond to the unique needs of their communities. As a community of over 8000 clubs in more than 70 countries, Kiwanis members address children's issues world-wide.
Rotary Club of Brentwood: Members of the Rotary Club of Brentwood join the 1.2 million Rotarians serving worldwide in 32,000 Rotary clubs, meeting in 159 countries. Rotary International is an important non-governmental, non-religious, non-political service organization working shoulder-to-shoulder in serving humanitarian goals in the world.
Kaleidoscope, life’s changing patterns, is a movement of hope and connection for people living with cancer. An outreach of the
Kids Helping Kids: This organization was established by Discovery Bay residents Tyler Page and his mother, Laura Page. The organization's mission is to educate and partner with children and adults globally, who want to be the difference. Kids Helping Kids wants to nurture young leaders as well as provide invaluable educational tools, such as building self-esteem, communication skills, problem-solving, public speaking, accountability, integrity, research technology and team-building. As they build self-confident, reliant and accountable young adults that understand the importance of giving back, participants will begin to see the movement of being a part of the difference.
Homeless Animals Response Program (HARP): HARP is an all volunteer animal welfare organization dedicated to serving animals in the far East Contra Costa County. The organization is working to end pet overpopulation through community eduation, spay and neuter programs, and adoptions.