Noel Kammermann, executive director of Loaves & Fishes, offers his insight into services for the region’s homeless population.
Without their owners, some domestic animals may be able to survive in a new humanless environment, but for others the situation is much more bleak.
Visitors to the museum hear personal stories of internment at the permanent exhibit Uprooted! Japanese Americans During WWII.
Oftentimes, the most fiscally-successful companies of today are those that have embraced a culture of giving back to the community that helped them grow, encouraging their employees to do the same. But the first hurdle is deciding what form of philanthropy to support.
Nonprofits have a tremendous impact on our state and our community. They represent more than $34 billion in assets and $1.5 billion in annual revenue. The nonprofit sector needs to be recognized as a major economic participant to our region.
HomeAid Sacramento in Roseville is addressing the age-old problem of homelessness by serving as a facilitator between the regional homebuilding industry, and homeless shelter and service providers.
From a humble plastic folding table, the team behind Fresher Sacramento sells meals cooked in a spare kitchen of the Art Institute of Sacramento.
Right in California’s agricultural heart, innovative nonprofit Green Tech Education and Employment is growing something other than crops – it’s cultivating Sacramento’s next generation of skilled workers.
Now the marketing and communications manager for Sacramento Children’s Home, Houser ended up not too far from his origin in youth development, though you could say he took the long way around.
We are all affected by untreated mental illness, whether we are taxpayers, business owners or a person struggling to help a family member cope.