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Sacramento Tree Foundation

Cause: At the Sacramento Tree Foundation we are proud of caring for the finest urban forest in the country. When a tree has to come down it’s story can continue through local craftsmanship. Urban Wood Rescue unites and uplifts Sacramento area woodworkers in the cause to create beautifully crafted products from Sacramento trees

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WALKSacramento

Cause: We need to shift the narrative on walking and biking from danger to freedom, adventure, and saving the planet. Too many of the messages that reach children, especially girls, are about safety and not empowerment. We want to create a one-of-a-kind helmet giveaway toolkit with inspiring messages and catchy graphics to energize the next …

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Sol Collective Arts and Cultural Center

Cause: Sol Collective Online – Customized Website, Store and Media Network Established in 2005, Sol Collective is a cultural hub in Sacramento. After 11 years, Sol Collective is purchasing our building at 2574 21st street. We are working to create a legacy of sustainable arts including building, developing, and expanding the Sol Store and the …

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Cottage Housing, Inc.

Cause: Develop Healing Communities for Formerly Homeless Families & Individuals Cottage Housing Inc. (CHI) develops healing communities for formerly homeless families, by providing residents solution-focused, participant-driven & strength-based programs. Homelessness is a local issue & CHI plays a vital role in helping some of our most vulnerable community members transition from the streets to self-sustainability.

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Powerhouse Science Center

Cause: Let’s Get Powerhouse to the Riverfront! The Powerhouse Science Center brings science to life through hands-on exhibits, dynamic demonstrations, interactive programs, and planetarium presentations. We’re working toward groundbreaking on a phenomenal new facility along Sacramento’s Riverfront.Help us get there so we can launch more kids into exploring all the thrilling wonders science offers!

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