• CADA 40th Anniversary CelebrationOn November 14th, CADA 40th anniversary was held at the Fox & Goose Restaurant to celebrate this landmark moment with a celebratory anniversary video and commemorative book to learn about the 40-year history, relive memories, and reflect on all CADA accomplished in downtown Sacramento over the years. Congratulations to staff, board members, elected officials, developers, architects, and neighborhood residents past and present for 40 years of hard work and dedication to the Capitol Park Neighborhood and R Street Corridor. Since 1978, CADA has been about building neighborhoods for people, not for profits. As a self-supporting public agency, fiscal prudence is a must. But we’re also driven by another bottom line: to build safe, affordable and environmentally sustainable urban neighborhoods that people are happy to call home.

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CADA 40th Anniversary CelebrationOn November 14th, CADA 40th anniversary was held at the Fox & Goose Restaurant to celebrate this landmark moment with a celebratory anniversary video and commemorative book to learn about the 40-year history, relive memories, and reflect on all CADA accomplished in downtown Sacramento over the years. Congratulations to staff, board members, elected officials, developers, architects, and neighborhood residents past and present for 40 years of hard work and dedication to the Capitol Park Neighborhood and R Street Corridor. Since 1978, CADA has been about building neighborhoods for people, not for profits. As a self-supporting public agency, fiscal prudence is a must. But we’re also driven by another bottom line: to build safe, affordable and environmentally sustainable urban neighborhoods that people are happy to call home.
Sacramento Urban Land Institute Vision Honors Awards DinnerThe 6th Annual ULI Sacramento’s Vision Honors was held on Wednesday, November 14 at The Citizen Hotel. The following recipients were honored: ULI Best Public Place Award to The Sacramento Kings for DOCO Plaza; ULI Next Big Idea Award to UC Davis for Aggie Square;and ULI Member/Achiever of the Year to John Hodgson, The Hodgson Company. ULI Sacramento’s Annual Vision Honors was established in 2012 to recognize and honor outstanding leadership in both the private and public sector in Sacramento’s real estate land use community. Past Vision Honors recipients represent the highest standards of achievement in the real estate development industry. The mission of the Urban Land Institute is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
Association of Fundraising Professionals National Philanthropy Day Awards LuncheonOn Tuesday, November 13th, the Association of fundraising Professionals held the National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon at the Hyatt Hotel. Congratulations to the Honorees: Outstanding Corporation: The Niello Company Outstanding Philanthropist: Elfrena Foord Outstanding Youth Philanthropy: Akshaj Mehta Outstanding Fundraising Professional, Christine Pieper, CFRE Outstanding Organization: Blue Shield of California Foundation The Big Impact Award: East Lawn
Paradise Lost: Camp Fire Photo GalleryA look at the fire and devastation from the Camp Fire in Paradise.
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Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center Celebration and FundraiserOn November 9, the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center held the third annual Hope Thrives Here Celebration, “Village of Hope” at California State University. Honorees were Kryiakos and Brianne Tsakopoulos. The Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center (FJC) collaborative provides victims and their families with a “one stop” facility to report a crime, provide a complete statement taken by a detective or a trained child interviewer, get assistance to obtain a temporary restraining order, find safe housing, meet their prosecutor and victim advocate to learn what will happen in court, and most importantly, find the support they need to keep them from falling back into the hands of the accused.

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