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National Philanthropy Day Luncheon and AwardsOn November 14th, the Association of Fundraising Professions California Capital Chapter hosted their 33rd Annual National Philanthropy Day and Awards at the Hyatt Regency, downtown, Sacramento Thank you to all that came out to celebrate the extraordinary honorees that each help make our community a better place!
ALS Black Red & White GalaOn November 9, The Greater Sacramento ALS Association held the Black Red & White Gala with theme ”An evening at Studio 54”.
Sports Photos of the Week (11/11/19)
Sacramento Family Justice Center Hope GalaOn November 8, the Sacramento Family Justice Center’s 4th Annual Celebration of Hope Thrives Here Celebration Gala was held at California State University honoring Julie and Michael Teel. 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.
Paradise During And After The Camp FireThe Camp Fire started on Nov. 8, 2018 and went on to become the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in the state's history.
Funeral For Fallen Deputy Brian Ishmael
Sports Photos of the Week (11/4/19)
Inside PG&E's Wildfire Safety Operations Center
Big Brothers Big Sisters 55th Anniversary CelebrationOn October 25th, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Sacramento Area celebrated 55th Anniversary at Elk Tower Event Center in downtown Sacramento. Hughey Phillips LLP generously presented this special evening. Larrie & Diane Grenz and Pacific Coast Building Products, Inc. were also honored as two of our most influential and extraordinary supporters over the past 55 years. Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Sacramento Area builds and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of our youth! Our mentorship models empower vulnerable children in Sacramento, Placer and Yolo counties and allow them to envision a more successful future for themselves.
Kincade Fire In Sonoma County
Positive Coach Alliance Jeans and Jerseys Fundraiser and AwardsPositive Coaching Alliance’s Jeans and Jerseys event was on Oct12th at the California Auto Museum. The annual event highlighting community members, coaches and athletes who exemplify Positive Coaching Alliances’ BETTER ATHLETES, BETTER PEOPLE Jeans & Jerseys is a special event that celebrates the mission of PCA, and the importance of developing future leaders through their sports experiences. Keynote Speaker, Mike Marjama, starting catcher for the Seattle Mariners and graduate from Granite Bay High School. Community Impact Award; Lisa Wrightsman, Street Soccer USA Jakcie Wada, Double-Goal Coach Award Winner, Jr NBA coach with the Sacramento Kings.
Salvation Army Women Auxiliary Fundraiser Helping Handbags FundraiserOn October 12th, the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary held the annual Helping Handbags Fundraiser at McClellan Conference Center. This Charity event with Style and Heart featured live and silent auctions of hundreds of new handbags, accessories, and jewelry and dining/travel experiences. Proceeds benefit underprivileged women and children in the Greater Sacramento Area.
Saddleridge Fire In San Fernando Valley
Hundreds Of Thousands Lose Power With PG&E Shutoffs
Habitat for Humanity Hard Hats & High Heels GalaOn Saturday, October 5th Habitat for Humanity of Greater Sacramento held their 6th annual Hard Hats & High Heels Gala at Memorial Auditorium. The sold out fundraising event hosted 400 attendees and raised $305,000 to help support Habitat’s build, repair, and neighborhood revitalization projects in Sacramento and Yolo County. The event included entertainment by the Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus and rising star Shelea, production supported by MADhouse productions/Music Causes Movement, FIZZ, a live auction, and an inspiring program featuring powerful testimonials from Habitat families.
Valley Vision Anniversary CelebrationThis year Valley Vision celebrated 25 years of achievements and marked the occasion on October 3rd with a reception at the Emerald Tower Rooftop Garden. It has been an exceptional journey, and look forward to the next 25 years as they are committed to their partners and the community to continue its mission to unite the Capital Region. Valley Vision has inspired change for a better, more livable future across California’s capital region for more than two decades. We shape change by setting a long-term vision to influence a regional agenda that aligns diverse interests to achieve greater impact. Community solutions to important social and policy issues deserve the utmost attention. Valley Vision delivers the trusted research that informs decision-making, and organizes the collaboration needed to overcome complex problems that no single group can tackle alone
Sacramento Tower Bridge DinnerOn September 29th, 840+ braved the windy and cold day to attend the sixth annual Tower Bridge Dinner, featuring all female chefs. Created and executed by Visit Sacramento, the Tower Bridge Dinner is one of the nation’s most unforgettable dining experiences. Each year, hundreds gather to enjoy a locally sourced dinner prepared by some of the region – and the world’s – top chefs, served along Sacramento’s famed Tower Bridge. The inaugural Tower Bridge Dinner was held in 2013 and led by farm-to-fork pioneers, Chefs Patrick Mulvaney and Randall Selland. This one-of-a-kind-event draws interest from across the country. https://www.farmtofork.com/heres-whos-leading-the-2019-tower-bridge-dinner/
Sports Photos of the Week (9/30/18)
Sacramento Army Echelon FundraiserOn September 21st, Departure “Love and Jazz” a Musical Journey Gala presented by Clemon Charles and friends and hosted by Sacramento Echelon was a huge success! This being The Salvation Army’s Sacramento Echelons first Annual Gala, they knocked it out of the park with over 250+ in attendance and raised over $41,000 for the children’s programs within The Salvation Army. It was a beautiful night of music, good food and drinks. Stay tuned for next year! @sac.echelon
Sacramento Metro EDGE Emerge SummitOn Thursday, September 19, over 600 young professionals from across Northern California gathered in downtown Sacramento for Metro EDGE’s 6th annual Emerge Summit. Metro EDGE organized a full day of inspirational speeches, educational breakout sessions, and valuable networking opportunities. Speakers discussed topics including leadership, professional development, and personal growth and encouraged attendees to leave ready to #MakeYourMark.
Global Climate Strike On Capitol Steps
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