Sports organizations like the Sacramento Kings and Sacramento Republic FC are linking with nonprofits to launch community sports programs that empower youth with life skills and STEM education.
Bank of Marin has called the Greater Sacramento region home for a year, but its connection to the community is rooted in a rich, nearly 40-year history.
The lack of access to learning opportunities and resources in our communities has become more apparent as our economy continues to experience uncertainty. Unfortunately, these issues have been long-standing, but organizations like SchoolsFirst FCU are taking an active role in improving access to educational programs. An example of this is SchoolsFirst FCU’s grant recipient, City Year.
Sacramento State’s Center for Small Business (CSB) is an instrumental link between the university and the local business community, benefiting both businesses and the students who serve them.
Founded in 1901, the National Electrical Contractors Association has delivered resources to its members to help them make better business decisions, provide excellent customer service, and take advantage of innovative technology for more than 100 years.
The Education Foundation for California Schools supports and recognizes the instrumental role educators play in fostering innovation and creativity in today’s educational curriculum.
Before most people had fully realized the gravity of COVID-19,
Kevin McAllister, executive director of Meals on Wheels, was
already stocking up on supplies for the program. His preparedness
As Habitat for Humanity’s chief development officer,
Laine Himmelmann values the power of storytelling and hope
in equal measure. She manages fundraising and the
organization’s volunteer program, on top of public relations,
communication, marketing and media relations.
As executive director of HomeAid Sacramento, Amber Celmer is dedicated to empowering people experiencing homelessness.