The Sacramento Kindness Campaign is a 501c3 nonprofit that partners with families to improve their quality of life, no matter where they were born. We address the immediate need, work to build bridges and foster community connections, and strive to increase competency in life skills for all who are in need.
SKC started work informally in 2015 and became a non-profit in 2017. We have helped more than 2,000 families in meaningful ways.
We've helped close to 300 families and individuals affected by the Campfire disaster in Paradise, CA. In the days immediately following the fire, we provided 200 sleeping bags and other emergency items. Since that time, we have been working with one family or individual at a time to help them remove obstacles so they can thrive.
We've empowered ten women in need with working vehicles.
We have clothed more than 1,500 people and put shoes onto 3,000 feet.
We taught 125 immigrant women to speak English. Their husbands, while assisting our troops, already knew how to speak English, and the children learn in school, but the wives might never have gotten the opportunity to learn, so we taught them.
We partnered with Inspire Girls to reach dozens of disadvantaged young ladies with STEM classes.
We sent camping supplies to benefit low income youth so they could attend their school's traditional coming-of-age camping trip at Sly Park, which they otherwise would have missed out on.
We have hosted Events for Hope in which we just sat together to break bread while our friends in need explored the possibilities for moving forward and figured out the next steps for rebuilding their lives.
Our Mission Sacramento Kindness Campaign provides access to trauma recovery. We do this through mental health therapy, occupational therapy, art therapy, and quality time. Our ultimate goal is resiliency and health for all.
ABOUT SACRAMENTO KINDNESS CAMPAIGN No need is too big or too small for us to provide support. Through our network of volunteers and wide range of connections, we work with local agencies across the Greater Sacramento Area and beyond to address the immediate need for mental health therapy after trauma for ALL.
Please reach out to us if you have a need, or if you are ready to help us build bridges in your community. Together, through our collective efforts, we can make a difference.
SACRAMENTO KINDNESS CAMPAIGN IS A 501C3 NONPROFIT.
ALL DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE. E-MAIL: SARAH@SACKINDNESSCAMPAIGN.ORG