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We have another entertaining and heartfelt program planned for this year including stories from foster youth, successes from the program, a fashion show, and Olympic gold medalist and world champion gymnast Simone Biles, who will share her experience with foster care.
Thursday, October 26
11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
1515 J Street, Sacramento, 95814
Welcome Women United!
United Way California Capital Region's Women in Philanthropy is now Women United
We are thrilled to announce United Way California Capital Region’s Women in Philanthropy group is now Women United. Women United joins the global Women United network of more than 70,000 women leaders taking action in their communities.
Our local Women United action group is a force of 350 local women and supporters making sure local foster youth are prepared for success in college or career as part of the Square One Project working to end poverty in school.
To learn more about how you can get involved in the Experience Corps program, click here.
United Way’s Healthy Meals program serves nutritious and delicious lunches and snacks to children and teens 18 years and younger.
All meals are made with high-quality ingredients, minimally processed and are filled with nutrients!
Our summer meals program kicks off on June 1st! Check out United Way’s summer meal sites listed below.
Fuel up for summer with United Way!
Day of Caring brings together business leaders, local nonprofits, school sites, community centers and volunteers across the region to work on service projects that will make an impact.
When I was a child, every weekday at noon during the summer, a truck would lumber down the street where I lived and many of my friends would run behind it until it stopped at the end of the block. My friends would come back up the street with a tray that had a sandwich, a small container of apple juice or milk, and a piece of fruit or a fruit cup. For many, it was the only meal they would have that day. I was fortunate: I did not know what food insecurity was. It saddens me to know that after all these many years, there are far too many children who are food insecure.
Introducing the Square One Project
Find out what it is and how you can join us in changing our region.
We’ve kicked off our most ambitious project in our 90-year-history – a new approach to ending poverty and equipping schools with the resources to be a ground-level force for children’s success.