With our new program tied to Big Day of Giving, Cultivate, we’re pushing back against nationwide fundraising disparities to strengthen the capital region.
To respond to our region’s greatest needs, we must advance philanthropy as a vehicle for justice, write Elaine Abelaye-Mateo and Niva Flor.
An encouraging picture of our collective accomplishments emerged during our latest strategic planning process. Also present was a theme that, to enhance our collective impact, we must be bolder.
A message from our Chief Executive Officer, Kerry Wood, on our charge to grow the philanthropic resources available to the Sacramento region, enhance our leadership activities, and ensure all our efforts are rooted in — and advance — diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Grants focus on supporting communities impacted by ongoing health and economic crises.
We're doubling down on putting equity at the center of our community leadership.
We are committed to ensuring all students have equitable opportunities to achieve educational success.
In the midst of renewed attention to racial equity, we gathered virtually with many of our fundholders to hear from leaders who are advancing justice in our region. We invite you to watch some of their remarks.
As we mourn the senseless deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and all victims of racial injustice who came before them, we cannot sufficiently express the grief, heartbreak, anger, and exhaustion prompted by these tragedies. But we can and will reaffirm our commitment to pursuing a more inclusive and equitable future for our region.
The Census is a once-in-a-decade opportunity to build lasting coalitions that strengthen our democracy