Rancho Cielo receives first ever "Best Of" win!
Here's a bright spot for your day- We received our first-ever Best of Monterey County win from the Monterey County Weekly!
THANK YOU for voting us "Best Ag Nonprofit" for our brand new ag vocational training program. We are so honored! Read about the rest of the winners here .
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Vote for Rancho Cielo in the Monterey County Weekly "Best Of" Poll
Please vote for Rancho Cielo as Best Non-Profit in the Monterey County Weekly Annual "Best Of" poll! The poll closes on February 23 .
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Rancho Cielo Campus Tour by Solomon Atherton
Video underwritten by: Mann Packing
DP/Director: Solomon Atherton, Current Wave Media Editing: Tary McCullough
Rancho Cielo Youth Campus: Tour & Dinner
Rancho Cielo eager to open ag training center
Rancho Cielo will add agriculture classes to its curriculum next year with the construction of the Ted Taylor Ag Vocational Center. Read the full story HERE
Rancho Cielo youth step in to fix nonagenarian's fence
In a unique community collaboration, members of the Rancho Cielo Youth Corps stepped in to help an elderly Salinas woman by repairing her damaged fence last week... (Read full story HERE)
Rancho Cielo holds 2016 Family Fun Day
Announcing the 2016 Rancho Cielo Graduating Class
We always celebrate when our students make a change in their life for the better, and this year was now exception. We whish you to join us in supporting these young people as they embark on the next phase of their journey.
Rancho Cielo Youth Corps Members joined our community to show support for local veterans
Youth Corps Members joined Home Depot staff volunteers to refurbish and repair American Legion Post 31 in Salinas to show appreciation for Monterey County Veterans.
Rancho's Transitional Housing featured in the Californian
Rancho Cielo's Transitional Housing Program helps affected youth from throughout Monterey County. The young people we help are homeless, struggle with addiction, and or have had problems with law enforcement. One of those young people, Luis Fernando Corona, was featured in the Californian's recent write up of our program: