Big Day of Giving 2022

By tsutter on May 4, 2022

You can help your community thrive! After two years that have brought tremendous hardship to so many in the Sacramento region, this year’s Big Day of Giving is an opportunity to rally around the organizations that make our area strong and that need our support. Thank you for being a part of this movement for good. Thank you for taking action.

Word-of-mouth is powerful! When you share that you’re supporting local nonprofits during Big Day of Giving, you help those organizations reach new audiences and spread their missions!
What charity are you passionate about? Learn more about Big Day of Giving HERE!


Check out some of our favorite participating organizations!

 

PAT’S PICK

  • Sacramento Roller Derby
    • Sacramento Roller Derby combines the best skaters in the region and is built on a strong history of roller derby in Sacramento. Sacramento Roller Derby has represented Sacramento at national and international tournaments within the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA). Their league is made up of more than 100 active skaters dedicated to the amazing sport of roller derby. They offer three women’s teams for ages 18+, two all-gender juniors teams for ages 8-17 and a training program for skaters of all levels and ages. Sacramento Roller Derby is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to the empowerment of youths, women and the Sacramento community through acts of philanthropy and volunteerism, participation in public events and entertainment and by fostering athletic competition and camaraderie in the sport of flat track roller derby at local, national and international levels.
    • Learn more and support them HERE!

TOM’S PICK

  • American River Parkway Foundation
    • The American River Parkway Foundation is a convener focused on conservation of the American River Parkway and development of the Parkway into one of the nation’s premier urban natural parks. This includes connecting visitors, volunteers, donors, local businesses and the community to nurture, improve and provide a voice for this natural resource. The American River Parkway Foundation (APRF) leads and inspires the community to conserve and nurture the American River Parkway as a unique, accessible resource for everyone to enjoy.
    • Learn more and support them HERE!

CODY’S PICK

  • Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation
    • Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation is named in honor of Alberta “Albie” Carson, who lost her fight against breast cancer in 2002. Albie’s husband, Doug Carson, founded this 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 2004 to honor his wife and offer hope to others. Today, Albie Aware is helping people facing breast cancer in the greater Sacramento area. It is the largest nonprofit organization dedicated solely to breast cancer in the area.
    • Learn more and support them HERE!

JARED’S PICK

  • Firefighters Burn Institute
    • The Firefighters Burn Institute is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded by Sacramento Fire Captain Cliff Haskell and the Sacramento Area Fire Fighters, Local 522 in 1973 for the purpose of establishing a local burn treatment facility, providing recovery programs for burn survivors; promoting fire and burn prevention through public education, funding education for medical burn team professionals, firefighters and burn survivors, and supporting burn treatment and rehabilitation research.
    • Learn more and support them HERE!

PACEY’S PICK

  • Teaching Everyone Animals Matter (TEAM)
    • TEAM is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation formed to help improve the health, well-being and adoption prospects of shelter animals at Sacramento County’s Bradshaw Animal Shelter. TEAM has been “Teaching Everyone Animals Matter” for 25 years. From the beginning, TEAM has supported the Bradshaw Shelter by funding special veterinary care for shelter animals and by supporting the volunteers and staff who work tirelessly for the animals. TEAM has also made public education about animal issues a top priority, urging the public to “Always spay, always neuter, always ID, always adopt a shelter pet.” This message remains at the heart of TEAM’s work.
    • Learn more and support them HERE!

DOUG’S PICK

  • All Souls Animal Rescue and Sanctuary
    • Located in the Sierra Foothills of Northern California in the small town of Cool, All Souls Animal Rescue and Sanctuary is situated on 15 acres of beautiful space for their residence. Officially becoming a 501(c)3 non profit organization in September of 2018, they hope to provide a safe, loving and forever home to animals in need, while providing education to the public on animal care and all that goes into loving these wonderful souls. 
    • Learn more and support them HERE!