How Nonprofits Participate

Local nonprofit groups and school organizations use CVD as their primary annual fundraiser. These groups run food stands, monitor traffic, man ticket booths, and help with trash clean up.  They also organize CVD events, post banners, and volunteer for a host of other critical activities.  In return, they receive support and financing from CVD to continue their missions and fund their important programs throughout the calendar year.

We offer any nonprofit the opportunity to receive a $100 donation – For more information, please contact: Frank Akrey,

Conejo Valley Days 2024 Non-Profit Partners

These are some of the non-profits that Conejo Valley Days has supported over the years:

Zonta Club of the Conejo Valley

Ventura County Medical Explorers

Music Ministries

California Museum of Arts Thousand Oaks

Read & Ride Program

Police Explorers

Thousand Oaks Elks Club

Boy Scout Troop # 718

American Cancer Society Relay for Life

Chumash Indian Museum

Conejo Valley Buddhist Church

Old Boney Hot Sauce

Los Primeros School of Sciences & Arts

Temple Adat Elohim

Families of Fallen Firefighters

Simi Evangelical Church

Boy Scout Troop 765

The United Way

Teen Challenge

St. Mathews Methodist Church

Ascension Lutheran Youth Group

Cruisin’ Juice-La Habra supporting After school sports

Shelter Hope Pet Shop

Rolling Thunder

Golden State Lifeguards