Our thanks to the members of our community who support the Sacramento region so generously
We are honored to help our fundholders reflect their interests, their values, and their hopes for the future through their philanthropy. Each fund at the Foundation has its own story – a handful of which we share below – but they are all united by the threads of our fundholders' endless generosity.
After reading some of our donors' giving stories, we invite you to:
Art Savage Scholarship Fund
Denis Speaks - Denis O'Shea Memorial Fund
PRIDE Industries Power of Purpose Fund
Wesley & Nancy Yee Charitable Fund
Don and Denise discovered the Foundation and learned the value of consolidating their charitable giving into one fund to benefit many nonprofits.
When Jennifer and Jay established a Donor Advised Fund at the Foundation, they took a fearless approach.
As longtime philanthropists, Kim and Richard are known for their generosity throughout this community.
Six siblings came together to open a fund at the Foundation honoring their parents’ remarkable lives.
Over the years, the endowment for the Dennis and Nancy Marks Fund has generated annual support for causes that matter to Dr. and Mrs. Marks – especially organizations that serve vulnerable children, youth, and families or minister to the needy, education, and the public library.
The Erin Aaberg Givans Memorial Scholarship honors the life of a tireless advocate for children's health in California.
The Sacramento Region Community Foundation exists today because of the dedication of the women in the Junior League of Sacramento.
Throughout her career as a trust officer, Chris Ann Bachtel has been in a position to help clients find ways to leave a legacy through philanthropy—which is how she knew she wanted to partner with the Foundation for her own giving.
With the Ose Family Community Service Award, Enlow and Melena Ose are extending their values of giving back to the community to new generations of young people.
When it came to getting started in philanthropy, Michael Geminder turned to the Foundation as a resource for organizing his charitable giving.
For Maureen’s 50th birthday, Rob surprised her with a party and a check for $10,000 to establish the Maureen O’Leary Burness Foundation for Special Needs Children at the Foundation.
Bay Area artist and teacher Clayton Pinkerton established a fund in memory of his longtime partner, Jerrold Whitney, who had a great love of books.
The endowment for the Vernon Andrew Farnum Fund will provide unrestricted support for the Sacramento Region Community Foundation to carry out its mission of meeting area needs and enhancing the quality of life in the region. "We were so impressed with your devotion and professionalism to bring this process to its successful conclusion," said Kathryn and Dale.
We enable people like you to customize their philanthropy, easily and effectively supporting the issues they care about – now and always.