Children,ages 6-12 ,Northern California attend a free summer
Asthma camp with a volunteer medical staff;learn how to manage
their Asthma and recreational activities
Mini-grants, workshops, and annual conference for small
nonprofits; host annual MLK Jr. King Service Day, annual Kwanzaa
and Walter Bremond Service Award.
We provide programs to strengthen youth and families through our
Adult Services Parent Center and MASTERS Expanded Learning
Program in 16 schools across Sacramento.
We provide affordable counseling to individuals, couples,
families and children. We also provide counseling interns and
trainees to gain their required experience for license
Since 1979, Project RIDE has provided therapeutic recreational
horseback riding instruction and activities for people with
We lift lives and raise hopes of individuals, families and
organizations through education, micro-finance loans, and grants
in Uganda and East Africa.
Our organization partners with healthcare facilities to provide
live, individualized music at the bedside to create an
environment of dignity and comfort for the ill.
Services provided are focused on American Indian families,
children and youth and include foster care, education, cultural,
youth development services for middle and high school.
We are a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides primary
medical and dental care for thousands of low-income patients in
the Sacramento region.
We serve women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual
assault, and human trafficking by providing a safe haven, job
training, and community services.
Our mission is to encourage students to find their passion for
STEM and spark their interest in scientific, technological,
engineering or mathematical degrees and careers.
provides a wide spectrum of health & human services including
mental health & wellness, addiction treatment & rehabilitation,
Veterans services, housing services, education and prevention.
Supports the California State Railroad Museum and Railtown 1897
State Historic Park, focusing on the preservation, interpretation
and promotion of our railroad heritage.
We provide free training in artistic, technical, and business
aspects of theater and performing arts for individual of all ages
with or without experience.
Our mission is to prevent child abuse and neglect. We are a
training, advocacy and resource center dedicated to strengthening
children, families, and communities.
To provide safe shelter, love, and time to develop for unweaned
kittens and puppies.
Sacramento ACT is a powerful multi-racial, multi-faith
organization advocating a transformation of our community rooted
in our shared faith values through public policy.
The HAWK Institute is a Leadership Development, College and
Career preparatory program designed primarily for African
American youth (14-25 years of age).
Establishes, develops, implements educational programs for Black
youth in California in areas of leadership development, public
speaking, legislative process, public service, cultural awareness