$359,739

thousand dollars returned to the Greater Sacramento area

20,125

thousand people served in the Greater Sacramento area

56,832

thousand hours of volunteer service in the community

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Knitting Kept Seniors Busy During COVID

Our Senior Friendship program serves as a conduit for talented seniors to knit and sew. In the last year, we have collected a large quantity of knitted caps and scarves to be distributed to the homeless and other individuals in need.

Reaching Out with Welcome Home Bins

Cathy Holmes, Reaching Out Committee member, oversees the pickup  of household starter supplies to partner agency, Sacramento Steps Forward, a local agency that coordinates housing and services for homeless families and individuals in Sacramento.

Second Set of Backpacks for Homeless

The Reaching Out Committee packed the second order of backpacks for the County of Sacramento. The backpacks will be distributed, as part of the Encampment Team (ET) pilot, which pairs a Senior Mental Health Counselor with a housing navigator to connect people in a homeless encampment to housing, shelter and key services.

A Fresh Start for Foster Youth

E.A. Family Services took delivery of 30 apartment starter kits for homeless youth that are transitioning to independent living. Image packing 30 vacuum cleaners and 30 baskets filled with the basic needed to set up a home.

Chapter Receives DAR Award

We are honored to be the recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Sacramento Chapter Community Service Award. President Mary McPherson accepted this award from DAR representatives at the historic Pony Express statue in Old Sacramento.

Celebrate Action Week!

Even through these difficult months, we have continued to place books in the hands of children who may have never owned their own book.

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Reaching Out with Welcome Home Bins

Cathy Holmes, Reaching Out Committee member, oversees the pickup  of household starter supplies to partner agency, Sacramento Steps Forward, a local agency that coordinates housing and services for homeless families and individuals in Sacramento.

Knitting Kept Seniors Busy During COVID

Our Senior Friendship program serves as a conduit for talented seniors to knit and sew. In the last year, we have collected a large quantity of knitted caps and scarves to be distributed to the homeless and other individuals in need.

Second Set of Backpacks for Homeless

The Reaching Out Committee packed the second order of backpacks for the County of Sacramento. The backpacks will be distributed, as part of the Encampment Team (ET) pilot, which pairs a Senior Mental Health Counselor with a housing navigator to connect people in a homeless encampment to housing, shelter and key services.

A Fresh Start for Foster Youth

E.A. Family Services took delivery of 30 apartment starter kits for homeless youth that are transitioning to independent living. Image packing 30 vacuum cleaners and 30 baskets filled with the basic needed to set up a home.

Celebrate Action Week!

Even through these difficult months, we have continued to place books in the hands of children who may have never owned their own book.

Chapter Receives DAR Award

We are honored to be the recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Sacramento Chapter Community Service Award. President Mary McPherson accepted this award from DAR representatives at the historic Pony Express statue in Old Sacramento.

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