We are excited to welcome back a bigger and better version of
United Way’s Nonprofit Leadership Summit! The Summit is designed
to provide strategies for a sustainable future, guide
organizations toward greater impact and develop all levels of
nonprofit industry professionals in our region.
If you are like me, New Year’s Day is a day of reflection and a
day to make big plans for the coming year. At our United Way we
celebrate New Year’s Day twice a year: on January 1st, the
official New Year’s Day, and on July 1st when our new fiscal year
As I reflect on our work over this past year, I am thankful to
you– our donors, volunteers, advocates and ambassadors—for your
steadfast and generous support. Thanks to you, more than 690 kids
in our STAR Readers project are on the path to reading at grade
level. Thanks to you, 3,371 kids are learning how to be Fit Kids
by adopting a healthy lifestyle and reducing their risk of
childhood obesity. Thanks to you, 495 families were able to
complete their tax returns this year at no cost and receive
refunds that will help them on their path to financial stability.
Thanks to you, 90% of foster youth in our $en$e-Ability project
have better money management skills and a safety net as they
emancipate out of the system into adulthood and independence.
Thanks to you, the Toilet Paper drive received more than 161,000
rolls of toilet paper to be distributed to our nonprofit
partners, which will represent real savings that they can invest
in programs and services.
The Health and Wellness Team of Sacramento Chinese Community
Service Center invites you to attend the Mack Road-Valley Hi
Farmers’ Market. Come get the freshest local fruits and veggies
at a fantastic price.
The Directors of Volunteers in Agencies (DOVIA) celebrate
volunteerism on Thursday, July 17th from 5-6:30 with a reception
to honor the Volunteer Coordinator of the Year and the Margaret
Einspahr Youth Volunteer of the Year. The reception will be held
at Wellspring Women’s Center, 3414 4th Avenue, Sacramento.
Tanya Arambula (left) LIVES UNITED by focusing on God and being
my brother’s keeper and Mary Beth Pilon LIVES UNITED by helping
to improve and enrich the lives of children who have lost a loved
one by supporting them in their everyday lives
Rick Jennings LIVES UNITED by teaching boys manhood development
principles, by teaching men to be responsible, loving and caring
fathers and husbands as well as being an overall positive role
model in the community.
Jim McDaniel LIVES UNITED by volunteering on United Way’s Impact
Council, leading the United Way campaign at Allied and making
financial contributions to other nonprofits that make a
difference in the lives of people in our community.
Genevieve Shiroma LIVES UNITED by donating through United Way to
help those in need, volunteering on the Capital Unity Council to
reduce violence in schools and supporting health care for those
who otherwise have none by supporting Planned Parenthood.
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