Student United Way
A recent study of Millennials by Campbell Rinker, a market research firm, told us what we at United Way have known for some time: that those born from 1982 to 2000, are more engaged in philanthropy than anyone believed.
Every new year brings an opportunity for reflection and renewal. Whether it’s to lose a few pounds or reconnect with old friends or get involved in the community, many of us pledge to make changes that make our lives and our communities better. As we look back on the past year, did we do the things that we resolved to do? Did it make a difference? What will we do with the year ahead?
Leading up to the holidays, we give thanks to everyone who has made an impact in the Sacramento region during what can be a difficult time for those in our community. We have been working on several long-term projects that couldn’t have been completed without the help of volunteers like you and those we tell stories about below.