AAUW (American Association of University Women) Mariposa Branch
We are a national group for women who value education, sponsor community forums, teach women how to manage their money, send young girls to science and math camps, inspire life long learning in women of all ages, and provide opportunities for women to reach their full potential. We open eyes!
The Alliance for Community Transformations provides responsive and preventative services to individuals and families, and works through partnerships and collective action to create truly safe, healthy and socially just communities where every member thrives.
Every year on the first weekend of May, the small rural town of Mariposa hosts a celebration of butterflies. The Mariposa Butterfly Festival is a family event that seeks to educate as well as honor the life of our namesake, the butterfly.
CVA is a nonprofit charity that provides support for veterans of all generations and their families in positive, life-changing ways each year. The organization provides rides for veterans attending medical appointments and assists veterans benefit claims.
First 5 Mariposa County, also known as the Children and Families Commission, Mariposa County, was created in 1999. The actions of the Commission are guided by the needs of Mariposa children and families.
The mission and purpose of MCFB is to improve the ability of individuals engaged in production agriculture to utilize our resources to produce food and fiber in the most profitable, efficient and responsible manner possible.
The mission of the Mariposa County Fire Safe Council is to preserve our county's natural and man made resources by mobilizing all Mariposa residents to make their homes, neighborhoods, and communities fire safe.
The trained volunteers of the UC Master Gardener Program extend the services of your local Cooperative Extension advisors by providing practical and accurate horticultural information to home gardeners.
This is the old Masonic Hall built around 1917 located on 6th. Street. It was the early home (on buildings first floor) of the Mariposa Museum and History Center (MMHC) at its inception. Museum later moved to it present location in 1971.
4994 6th St. Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa Helping Hands Pregnancy & Parenting Center
You will enjoy a variety of shops on two floors featuring arts and crafts, antiques, collectibles, exquisite jewelry, clothing and gifts. We also feature Alpaca Products, a Baby Department and Home Store with window valances.
We maintain a league for local football teams to participate in youth football and cheerleading. We assist with scheduling of ambulance services, high school (NCOA) officials scheduling, munchie games (round robins), All star games, and Super bowl games at the end of the season.
The Upper Merced River Watershed Council is an umbrella organization that initiates, encourages, and supports projects that protect and enhance the Merced River Watershed—from Yosemite to Lake McClure.