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This year's Big Day of Giving was another remarkable community-wide effort that raised nearly $8.4 million for hundreds of local nonprofits.
Donors can schedule their gifts to 601 organizations that help make the capital area vibrant
Event highlighted local focus on reaching hard-to-count populations
The Foundation was recently awarded a $1.1 million grant to advance the early success of our Capital Area Promise (CAP) Scholars program, which aims to improve access to higher education for local students—particularly young men of color, who encounter the greatest barriers to college success.
Through the Buck Education Grant program, nine Yolo County programs recieved funding totalling $73,000.
Sacramento’s Creative Edge plan will advance the arts.
Sacramento's Creative Edge plan calls for providing arts education to all Sacramento children and youth, advancing cultural equity for all groups and infusing all neighborhoods with arts and culture.
Arts Alliance Davis participants discussed the critical role the arts can play in community healing and wellness.
A benefit concert was heldto honor the birthdays of Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and Dennis Mangers, who is Steinberg's strategic adviser for arts and culture, and a Foundation Board Member.