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Making News

October 20, 2022
Kerry Wood Is New CEO of the Foundation

A native Sacramentan with a deep commitment to inspiring philanthropy and building a thriving region, Kerry stepped into a new role at the Foundation on October 31.

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September 12, 2022
Heroism Recognized at Annual Mee Awards

The four-person crew of Sacramento Fire Department’s Truck 16 and Sacramento Police Department’s Sergeant Andy Hall recently received awards through the Sally and Hubert Mee Fund at the Foundation.

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June 30, 2022
Five Local Artists Receive Gloria Burt Sacramento Region Arts Fellowship

Fellowship honors the memory of a local force in the arts community.

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May 6, 2022
Nonprofits raise $13.4 million during Big Day of Giving

Donors display generosity for 718 local nonprofits during the Sacramento region's tenth annual giving day.

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April 5, 2022
Local Nonprofits Prepare for Big Day of Giving on May 5

Donors can schedule gifts to organizations that need their support starting April 21

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In The News

January 31, 2022
Most Admired CEO honoree: Linda Beech Cutler, Sacramento Region Community Foundation

The Sacramento Business Journal named the Foundation's chief executive, Linda Beech Cutler, one of the most admired in the region. 

December 6, 2021
Increasing access to food assistance and locally-grown produce could be key to improving food system, new report says

CapRadio reports that actualizing Sacramento’s “Farm to Fork Capital” label means getting healthy food to more people, according to the 2021 Sacramento Region Food System Action Plan.

December 3, 2021
With food insecurity on the rise, a new push is being made for a more resilient food system

Despite Sacramento’s moniker as the “farm-to-fork capital," almost 300,000 local residents aren’t reliably able to get enough food, The Sacramento Business Journal reports.

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