Sacramento Region Community Foundation



The Sacramento Region Community Foundation is an advocate for quality of life, dedicated to connecting people who care with charitable causes.


An effective steward of the region's charitable assets since 1983, the Foundation's mission is to serve as a leader and trusted partner in expanding philanthropic activity and enhancing its impact for the betterment of our communities.



From charitable funds established by individuals, families, businesses and organizations, the Sacramento Region Community Foundation awards grants and engages in leadership activities to address a wide variety of current and long term community issues.


Web Address

www.sacregcf.org/

Social Media Links

Twitter - @sacregcf

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Recent News from Sacramento Region Community Foundation


The Winters Education Foundation will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a mixer at Berryessa ...
Foundation: Sacramento Region Community Foundation

The Sacramento Region Community Foundation's Big Day of Giving annual fundraiser includes online crowdfunding where donors can browse...more

Yolo Community Foundation announces grants for Census 2020 outreach
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The organization offers donor-advised funds and other philanthropic ... the Yolo Youth Scholarship Awards and annual Philanthropy Day program, and ... YCF currently has 55 philanthropic funds valued...more

Sacramento Region Community Foundation promotes Niva Flor
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Sacramento, Calif., – The Sacramento Region Community Foundation announced that Niva Flor has been named its Chief Impact & Strategy...more

Peterson and Myers selected as 2019 Yolo Service Award recipients
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YCF, an affiliate of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation, awards high school seniors who have served at least 60 hours with a Yolo...more

Ed Goldman: A Big Day Of Giving post-mortem with Linda Beech Cutler
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... Of Giving, the annual 24-hour donation fest organized by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation, which she's been CEO of since...more

Big Day of Giving tally tops $8 million
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All these years later, it is incredibly heartening to see a philanthropic spirit ... Creating alliances like these among nonprofits is a key goal of the Foundation's initiative to strengthen the...more

Big Day of Giving set for tomorrow, May 2
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The Sacramento Region Community Foundation's Big Day of Giving is an annual 24-hour giving challenge to help local nonprofits raise funds to...more

2020 Census will bring hundreds of jobs to Sacramento area, with 200 available now
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According to a news release from the Sacramento Region Community Foundation, which is partnered with Sacramento County on census...more

Sacramento Community Foundation receives $1.1 million grant
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In two years, more than 240 local students have received scholarships through the program-nearly 60 percent of whom were young men of color...more

Geographic Focus

Sacramento County, CA

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