Keep Kids on Track

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Keep Kids on Track

When kids hit reading and math milestones, we know they are on track for college. We are providing tutors and small groups to make sure all kids receive the help they need to stay on track.

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Change lives through reading
Become a volunteer literacy tutor and help young students succeed!

AARP Foundation Experience CorpsResearch shows that the ability to read at grade level by the end of third grade helps students master complex subjects in fourth grade and beyond. Today, four out of five low-income students and two-thirds of U.S. fourth graders have missed this important milestone.

Together we can change this.

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Healthy Meals Program

United Way’s Healthy Meals is working to dramatically increase the number of well-balanced nutritious (and FREE) meals that local children eat to give them the nutrition they need to learn, play and grow. 

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Fuel Your Summer
No Excuse to be Bored this Summer!

The Sacramento Summer Meals Collaborative and its partners are thrilled to present Fuel Your Summer,  a toolkit to help you promote your summer meals program.

We’re excited to combine all of these resources into one place to help maintain and increase participation in summer meal service programs throughout the region. Together, we can ensure that more youth have access to the nutrition they need to grow and thrive during the summer months.

Explore the Fuel Your Summer Program and all the resources it has to offer below or download the full toolkit.

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Summer Literacy Programs

The United Way Summer Education Program Convening Group is a network of summer education providers and housing complexes working together to provide enriching educational activities for children in the Sacramento area. As part of the larger Campaign for Grade Level Reading and the new Square One Project, the members of the Summer Education Program Convening Group work to prevent the summer slide so that kids are ready to start school the next year and stay on track to graduate.