Novato Human Needs Center 1907 Novato Blvd, Novato, CA94947 For four decades, the Novato Human Needs Center has been helping the most needy people in Marin County's northernmost…More city. The nonprofit is entrenched in the community and has hundreds of volunteers who help with food distribution to those with low incomes. Programs help residents in dire circumstances move toward self-sustainability. Among the most popular events is the annual Holiday Share Program, which allows kids to pick out free gifts for their parents and parents to pick out free donated toys for the kids. Major sponsors of Novato Human Needs include the Marin Community Foundation, the City of Novato and the United Way.
Novato Parents Nursery School 1473 S Novato Blvd, Novato, CA94947 Serving the community since 1963, Novato Parents Nursery School (NPNS) is the city's only parent cooperative nursery…More school. The school's curriculum is shape by credentialed teachers with experience in education, early childhood development and as positive discipline. Parents of the students also run the day to day operations of the preschool. NPNS accepts children from 2.5 to 5 years and offers a special program for toddlers 18 months to 2.5 years old.<br>Novato Parents Nursery School is located next to Novato United Methodist Church.
Frank Howard Allen Realtors 915 Diablo Ave, Novato, CA94947 Frank Howard Allen Realtors has been serving northern California real estate needs since 1910. It can be found across…More the street from the Novato Fair Shopping Center, where Safeway is located. This location serves the city of Novato and northern parts of San Rafael.
The Presbyterian Church of Novato dates to 1896 and can take credit for Novato's most recognized building, the former…More church at 901 Sherman Avenue that has been Novato City Hall since 1962. A year later, PCN held its first service at Trevitt Hall, the current home of the church on Wilson Avenue, about two miles west of the downtown area. The sanctuary where services are held today was constructed in 1977.</p>
<p>There are more than 400 members of PCN, where the Rev. Kent Webber has presided for 15 years. There are Sunday school programs for kids and teens as well as many outreach and study programs.</p>