We are the only safety-net source in the Elk Grove area providing
services and advocacy for low-income families and individuals,
those suffering from food insecurity.
Since 1987, we have provided nutritious meals, women’s wellness
and children’s programs, and safety net services, based on
“hospitality with dignity and love.”
We aim to serve suffering humanity by providing critical,
community-based services to meet the practical needs of homeless,
at-risk, and low-income individuals and families.
Our mission is to help children become lifelong readers by
empowering communities to provide individualized instruction with
Inspire love of learning and hope for the future by funding
experiences in arts, culture, outdoor education, leadership to
students within Twin Rivers School District.
Our mission is to empower refugees, immigrants, human trafficking
survivors, and underserved Sacramento area residents to achieve
self-sufficiency by accessing opportunities to mainstream
economic and social systems.
Goodwill provides jobs for the disabled, disadvantaged, and
disenfranchised. We put people to work in their own communities,
helping to build self-sufficiency and human dignity.
Children’s story book park with 28 play sets based on fairytales
and nursery rhymes and learning activities to promote
imagination, creativity, and education.
We are dedicated to providing the highest quality therapy and
program services to infants, children and adults with
disabilities, to ensure maximum independence is achieved.
We are a science education resource to teachers, students, and
families in Northern California. Interactive, hands-on learning
experiences are designed to engage and inspire.
Our Mission is to protect, nurture, and inspire children and
families to build and maintain successful relationships through
residential, behavioral health, and vocational programs.
Improving the lives of people with mental health disorders and
their families by providing health education, peer support and
advocating for resources and understanding.
We inspire and prepare young people to succeed in life by
providing K-12th grade classroom workshops on financial literacy,
entrepreneurship and workforce readiness.
The CCHAT Center is an auditory/oral program where children who
are deaf or hard of hearing learn to listen and develop spoken
WCIC provides quality human services programs to Head Start
children and families; senior nutrition program; and youth and
senior community education workshops and performing arts.
Provides comprehensive 24/7 services for victims of domestic
violence, sexual assault, and sex trafficking and school and
Transforming and empowering the lives of people with mental
illness by supporting independence and preventing homelessness.
Providing physical, emotional and spiritual care for terminally
ill patients and their families as a certified and licensed
We work to inspire all people, to a healthy life – spirit, mind,
body. Our programs focus on Youth Development, Healthy Living and
Serving homeless teens with food, shelter, clothes, counseling,
counseling, and supervision and assistance. This includes
human trafficking, LGBTQ – and emancipating teens for over 30