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Our volunteers assist with advocacy, educational information, adaptive activities, scholarships and resources to individuals with spinal cord injuries.
Home improvement services that increase the health, safety, and efficiency of homes occupied by vulnerable Sacramento area residents.
We are dedicated to providing gender responsive residential recovery home services to men and women seeking recovery from the disease of addiction. In a supportive, caring, strength-based and home-like environment, Gateway House and Sacramento Recovery House provide men and women with the opportunity to live a sober productive life.
Sacramento Self-Help Housing assists persons who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless to find and retain stable and affordable housing.
To preserve the beauty, character and biodiversity of the Sacramento Valley landscape by protecting and stewarding natural and working lands, and scenic open spaces for the benefit of current and future generations.
We work on solutions to the climate crisis, train youth advocates, provide climate justice education, partner with local decision-makers to achieve carbon zero by 2030._x000D_ _x000D_
Our organization promotes and enhances the quality of life and general welfare for seniors by identifying, developing, and providing culturally sensitive health and social services.
We find supportive mentors (Bigs) for youth (Littles) in our district to build their potential and provide regular match support services for them.
Providing a safe, inclusive environment to support every Club member thrive with academics, health, leadership, career development, and the arts as they build Great Futures.
We ensure consistency and support for children in the foster care system through the use of volunteer advocates advancing the best interests of each child.
We are an after-school program that strengthens third- to eighth grade girls_x0019_ social, emotional, physical and behavioral skills to successfully navigate life experiences.
We partner with volunteers to build and preserve homes, hope, and community for low-income families, seniors, and veterans in need of safe, stable shelter.
We serve those living with mental illness and the family members of those living with mental illness through support, education and advocacy.
A Pre-School-8th Grade private school grounded on Jesuit principles which cultivates excellence in mind, body, and spirit, sending forth students for and with others.
Residential-based trauma treatment, outpatient mental health services, foster family urgent response, wraparound services, crisis nurseries, child and parenting education, and in-home services for at-risk families.
We educate and inspire everyone to challenge themselves, make a statement, and tell their story through improv, stand-up, film, and sketch comedy classes and shows.
We are a non-profit, licensed, AAAHC accredited medical clinic that offers free medical services to women and families facing an unplanned or unsupported pregnancy.
Our vision is to have all children and adults develop the literacy skills needed to fully participate in our economy and democracy.
SNAHC is committed to enhancing quality of life by providing a culturally competent, holistic, and patient-centered care. No tribal or ethnic requirements to receive care.
We foster community, inspire curiosity, enrich lives through symphonic and operatic music, and serve as a collaborative leader in the cultural growth of the region.
Sacramento Valley Teen Challenge, Inc. is a faith-based ministry which endeavors to help men and women overcome life-controlling problems through mentoring, education, training and spirituality.
Providing youth development services to underserved neighborhoods focusing on mental health, workforce development and safe community. Serving at-risk, immigrant/refugee and underhoused youth.
WCIC provides quality human services programs, such as: (2) Head Start programs and a senior assistance program. “We are Caring, Involved and Committed”.
Our Montessori based faith formation helps children ages 3-12 cultivate deep, lifelong relationships with Christ.
We support and strengthen families to prevent child abuse from occurring and support youth in foster care to successfully emancipate.
Splash is dedicated to helping children understand and value our natural world through hands-on science education conducted in the outdoors.
A safe haven for children, youth and families affected by abuse, neglect, behavioral health issues and trauma in the Sacramento region.
The Sacramento Zoo inspires appreciation, understanding, and respect for all living things through stimulating educational opportunies, wholesome recreation, and compassionate and innovative animal care.
Since 1917, we have been advocating for clean air and healthy lungs through education, community involvement and creative solutions to impact policy.
GSUL assists youth and adults to overcome social and economic barriers associated with employment, housing, health and education through training, social justice, and community advocacy.
The organization’s mission is to serve Black women and girls by promoting leadership development and gender equity in the areas of health, education and economic empowerment.
We enable kids to build the strength of character that empowers them through a lifetime of new challenges. Impacting over 58,000 young people. Providing programs for youth 5-18 and individuals with disabilities and in 88 schools which 55 are Title 1.
We are social workers and advocates that use a flexible social services model to comprehensively serve the needs of local young people with mental diagnoses.
Our mission is to create a region where LGBTQ+ people thrive. We support the health and wellness of the most marginalized, advocate for equality and justice, and work to build a culturally rich LGBTQ+ community.
The leading provider of comprehensive services to children and adults with autism, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and other developmental disabilities and their families.
We serve the West Sacramento community by providing financial support and spreading community awareness of library programs and services at the Arthur F. Turner Community Library.
Discover treatments and a cure for ALS, and to serve, advocate for, and empower people affected by ALS to live their lives to the fullest.
The CCHAT Center is an auditory/oral program where children who are deaf or hard of hearing learn to listen and develop spoken language.
An educational institution that provides hands-on learning for young children. Our play-based exhibits and programs teach children through play while also stimulating curiosity.
Since 1935, we have been dedicated to providing physical education and training to develop leadership, citizenship, and support amateur athletes in traditional Kodokan Judo.
A faith-based ministry which endeavors to help men and women overcome their life-controlling problems and provides recovery for anyone struggling with addictive lifestyles through mentoring, education, training and spiritual direction.
Auto accidents, falls and sports injuries. We assist injured individuals and their families reach the best possible care and live life fully and productively.
Committed to rescuing German Shepherds and mixes in shelters; assisting owners find loving homes for their dogs; and providing animal welfare education and advice.
Hunger and food insecurity permeate every county across the U.S. Sacramento County is no exception. Many of our neighbors are unsure where their next meal is coming from. This includes many young children, families and seniors living on fixed incomes. Food insecurity hovers around 250,000 individuals per month in Sacramento County. Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services (SFBFS) aims to close the feeding gap by reaching those who are food insecure and providing them with fresh, nutritious food while also providing them with resources to make healthy meals for their families.
As Sacramento_x0019_ s oldest, continuously-serving food bank, our mission is to alleviate hunger in Sacramento County by providing healthy emergency food and other assistance, offering referrals and promoting self-sufficiency through a variety of programs. All are welcome here.
Using musical performances, we are an integral part of the Sacramento music community and a voice for the LGBTQ+ community in the greater Sacramento area.
Our organization reliably provides healthy and fresh groceries with Dignity and Respect to the food insecure at mobile sites throughout Sacramento.
Forty seven years of service & experience providing multi-cultural counseling, support & outreach services to at-risk youth and families, bilingual staff, services free Sacramento area.
We provide cafÈ and home-delivered meals to older adults 60 years or better throughout Sacramento County with nutrition, education, referrals, status checks and socialization.
Roberts Family Development Center’s (RFDC) mission is to provide services to the Greater Sacramento area that meet the individual needs of each family member.