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Click here to find COVID-19 related Volunteer Opportunities

Current Sacramento County Public Health Orders (updated October 2020)

Sacramento County Public Health Officer, Dr. Olivia Kasirye

 

Sac County COVID-19 Information | Resources 

Sac County Public Order

 

Guidelines for Schools:

Schools, Child Care/Day Camps, Colleges

COVID-19 Protocols for Schools

COVID-19 Testing for School Staff

COVID-19 Testing for Schools

Clarification on Cohorts for Schools and School Districts

 

Guidelines for Houses of Worship:

Houses of Worship
 

 

Sac County Environmental Management Guidance

California State Guidance for Re-opening

 

Dear Volunteers -

These are unprecedented times and even though communities are being asked to shelter in place at home, there are still many needs to be met to serve those who are food insecure, elderly, disabled and/or going through very hard times. Some of these needs can be met by agencies and the volunteers who serve them.Please know, that if you are supporting any of the COVID-19 volunteer response efforts, you are a volunteer who is supporting an essential service (non-profit/business). This means that is you are well and not of a high-risk category, you may continue to perform and provide services to those who are in need. Thank you for caring!

Please be sure to register here at HandsOn Sacramento first before volunteering.While we appreciate you for sharing our volunteer opportunities on social media, our partner volunteer agencies would like to know who their volunteers are and when they are coming. If you know someone who can volunteer, please share a link for them to register on our website first before they sign up for their chosen volunteer opportunity.

We will provide updates as the situation on COVID-19 evolves. We will also do our best efforts in preventing the spread of disease by doing the following. Please continue to check back here for additional opportunities and the situation is always changing.

  • We are deferring judgment for all volunteer needs and projects listed on our website to our Agency Partners and their ability to stay open and support the community and their volunteers

  • We will continue to support projects led by our Agency Partners that rely on volunteers during this time. We are opening the conversation to our Agency Partners and highlighting their urgent needs in response to COVID-19 on our calendar and on our social media outlets

  • Coordinate with Points of Light Global Network and Goodwill Industries of Sacramento Valley and Northern Nevada on additional resources, including planning and implementation of necessary actions for our staff and the community we support

  • Postpone scheduled Project Birthday parties until further notice. However, scheduled Party Sponsors are still able to help with the scheduled parties through our Birthday in a Box Program. Party Sponsors, Party Leaders, and Agency Partners for this month have been notified.

  • Reinforce a strict policy and implementation on preventive health measures in our offices to minimize the spread of any disease such as washing hands frequently, implement social distancing, staying at home if sick and mandatory quarantine in the event of possible COVID-19 exposure. Please stay safe and healthy as thecontinuing health and safety of our community is our top priority.

We recognize and value community-based volunteer response through mobilization and providing both organizations and the community they serve as long as they are advised and guided properly in helping to minimize the spread of any illness. Our Agency Partners continue to serve their community during this pandemic.

For Organizations

We are aware that most volunteer programs and opportunities in our area are changing. Whether these opportunities to help are suspended or changed, expect the circumstances to change in the coming days and weeks. It is best to think of ways of how people will be able to help you in the coming weeks and months. We will do our best to contact you about how we can put your needs to potential volunteers and donors.

If you know an organization who wish to find volunteers in response to COVID-19, please contact Mika Guevarra, Program Coordinator, through email (mguevarra@communitylinkcr.org.) or by phone (916) 447-7063 ext. 105.

Before Volunteering

If you are interested in volunteering and taking part in the volunteer opportunities listed on our website, we ask that you observe the guidelines and precautions as recommended by our Partner Agencies. It is also important to remind you of the following guidelines:

  • Please make sure that you are well enough to volunteer. Do not volunteer if you are sick or do not feel well.

  • Do not volunteer if you have close contact with a sick person.

  • Do not volunteer if you have traveled abroad or to any impacted area in the United States.

  • Do not volunteer if you are at a higher risk for serious illness.

  • Avoid shaking hands and other physical contacts with anyone if you are attending a volunteer project.

  • Please notify the staff and leave the volunteer project immediately if you show any signs of illness.

Should you continue to volunteer and well enough to do so, we recommend to go to our website, www.handsonsacto.organd register as a volunteer. Our Partner Agencies have listed COVID-19 related volunteer opportunities in our calendar. These organizations are reliant on volunteers to deliver services and needs to the communities they serve. We will continue to highlight and promote these volunteer opportunities on our website and social media.

Other Ways to Help

Think and act locally! Being a good neighbor is another way to volunteer in your community. There are many ways to help informally such as checking on your neighbors, especially anyone who may live alone, anyone elderly or potentially vulnerable. Contact them safely (example, through a phone call, online messaging or drop a note into their door) to let them know that you are available and can assist with their basic needs. Have the initiative to get in touch and offer help as some people may be very anxious about making face-to-face contact, especially if they have an underlying medical condition and self-isolating or if they live alone.

Here are some practical ways to help your community:

  • Do basic grocery shopping
  • Take their trash out on scheduled trash day
  • Offer to walk their pets if they have one.

Offering to connect to a neighbor or to someone who needs help and company is a phone call, an online message or a note away to prevent the feeling of isolation and loneliness. These little acts of kindness can go a long way and have a long-lasting impact in a positive way. Reaching out can make a difference. It shows that someone cares for them.

Should the situation change, HandsOn Sacramento will respond accordingly and communicate any changes to our Partner Agencies and volunteers. We recommend that our partners and volunteers follow the health guidelines mandated by the California Department of Public Health such as:

  • Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care.

  • Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue or sleeveand then throw the tissue in your trash.

  • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating and after blowing your nose, coughing and sneezing.

  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.

  • Clean frequently touched surfaces and objects regularly.

  • It is not currently recommended that people who are in good health should wear a facemask to protect themselves from respiratory diseases, including COVID-19. Only wear a facemask if you have a respiratory health problem to help prevent the spread of the illness.

Additional Resources

Lastly, please see the resources below to stay informed:

World Health Organization's rolling updates on coronavirus disease for COVID-19

CDC: Center for Disease Control

California Department of Public Health

Sac County Public Health

CDC Resources for Households

Live numbers of global infections

A Guide: How To Prepare Your Home For Coronavirus

COVID-19 and CDC fact sheets

COVID-19 Resources for Your Mind

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Volunteer Opportunities

Morrison Creek Levee @ Logan St. -Power Inn Road - Environmental Council of Sac

Morrison Creek is an important tributary of the Sacramento River and part of the Sacramento flood control system. At one time, it was also a fish migration route. By restoring some of the natural habitat, the project sets the stage for the possibility of native fish to return to Morrison Creek and reestablishes fish passage to the Sacramento River. This location will be lead by the Environmental Council of Sacramento. Volunteers who choose to work at the Morrison Creek Levee (Logan St - Power Inn Road) project will meet their "Team Leads" at 6207 Logan St. to collect their PPE and equipment at 10:00 AM. Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 10:00 AM

Earth Day Project (Franklin Creek @ Willard) - Elk Grove Anti-Trash Group

Franklin Creek at Willard is one of the newest trail additions in Elk Grove's impressive system that provides extensive recreation and active transportation options to residents of the city's southern neighborhoods. The trail links hundreds of residences with schools, businesses and parks along its scenic route. This site will be lead by the Elk Grove Anti-Trash Group. Volunteers who choose to work at the Franklin Creek at Willard location will meet their Team Leads at 10:00 AM (10351 Canadeo Cir) to collect equipment and PPE. Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Elk Grove, CA

4/24/21 10:00 AM

Earth Day Project (Camp Pollock) - Sacramento Valley Conservancy

Camp Pollock is located in the heart of the Lower American River Parkway, just north of downtown Sacramento. The Sacramento Valley Conservancy has been managing and maintaining the 11-acre riverfront site since 2013. The beautiful property is open to the general public every day from sunrise to sunset. This site will be lead by Sacramento Valley Conservancy group. Volunteers who are interested in volunteering at the Camp Pollock site will meet their Team Leads at 10:45 at 1501 Northgate Blvd to pick up PPE and equipment. Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 10:45 AM

Earth Day Project (Sutter's Landing) - SARA/Friends of Sutter's Landing

Sutter's Landing Park is located at 20 28th St and consists of a 166.83 acre park with amenities such as basketball, bocce ball, skate areas, three acres of habitat restoration along the American River Parkway with native understory and much more! This location will be lead by SARA/ Friends of Sutter's Landing group. Volunteers who choose to work at the Sutter's Landing location will meet their Team Leads at 10:45 AM to collect their PPE and equipment. Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 10:45 AM

Morrison Creek - Beach Lake Levee - Sacramento Audubon Society

Morrison Creek is an important tributary of the Sacramento River and part of the Sacramento flood control system. At one time, it was also a fish migration route. By restoring some of the natural habitat, the project sets the stage for the possibility of native fish to return to Morrison Creek and reestablishes fish passage to the Sacramento River. This location will be lead by the Sacramento Audubon Society. Volunteers who choose to work at the Morrison Creek (Delta Shores) project will meet their "Team Leads" at 8270 Delta Shores to collect their PPE and equipment at 10:30 AM. (The gate is to the south of Walmart along the I-5 fence.) Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 10:30 AM

Earth Day Project - Morrison Creek (Mack Road)

Morrison Creek is an important tributary of the Sacramento River and part of the Sacramento flood control system. At one time, it was also a fish migration route. By restoring some of the natural habitat, the project sets the stage for the possibility of native fish to return to Morrison Creek and reestablishes fish passage to the Sacramento River. Volunteers who choose to work at the Morrison Creek (Mack Road) project will meet their "Team Leads" at 3999 Mack Rd to collect their PPE and equipment at 10:15 AM. (Parking is limited) Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 10:15 AM

Earth Day Project - Morrison Creek (Brookfield)

Morrison Creek is an important tributary of the Sacramento River and part of the Sacramento flood control system. At one time, it was also a fish migration route. By restoring some of the natural habitat, the project sets the stage for the possibility of native fish to return to Morrison Creek and reestablishes fish passage to the Sacramento River. Volunteers who choose to work at the Morrison Creek (Brookfield Dr) project will meet their "Team Leads" at 4100 Brookfield Dr to collect their PPE and equipment at 9:45 AM. (No parking lot available, parking on surface streets only) Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 9:45 AM

Earth Day Project - Morrison Creek (Shining Star)

Morrison Creek is an important tributary of the Sacramento River and part of the Sacramento flood control system. At one time, it was also a fish migration route. By restoring some of the natural habitat, the project sets the stage for the possibility of native fish to return to Morrison Creek and reestablishes fish passage to the Sacramento River. Volunteers who choose to work at the Morrison Creek (Shining Star) project will meet their "Team Leads" at 4183 Shinning Star Dr to collect their PPE and equipment at 9:30 AM. (Parking is limitied) Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 9:30 AM

Earth Day Project - Morrison Creek (Franklin) - 350 Sacramento

Morrison Creek is an important tributary of the Sacramento River and part of the Sacramento flood control system. At one time, it was also a fish migration route. By restoring some of the natural habitat, the project sets the stage for the possibility of native fish to return to Morrison Creek and reestablishes fish passage to the Sacramento River. This location will be lead by the 350 Sacramento group. Volunteers who choose to work at the Morrison Creek (Franklin) project will meet their "Team Leads" at 7304 Franklin Blvd to collect their PPE and equipment at 10:30 AM. Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 10:30 AM

Earth Day Project (Sutterville Road-Sacramento River Levee) - Sierra Club

This location will be lead by the Sierra Club. Volunteers who choose to participate in the Sutterville Road- Sacramento River Levee project will meet their "Team Lead" at the end of Sutterville Road where the street meets the Sacramento Bike Trail to work North along the levee at 10:15 AM. Team Leads will meet volunteers to provide all PPE and equipment for the clean-up project. Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 10:15 AM

Earth Day Project (Miller Park Marina) - Sacramento Valley Spark

The Sacramento Marina is a 475 slip public marina at the southern end of Front Street, nestled behind beautiful Miller Park on the east side of the Sacramento River. As the largest, most convenient and only off-river dockage marina in the Sacramento area, our location is an ideal one for docking boats and enjoying the waterways. This site will be lead by the Sacramento Valley Spark group. Volunteers will meet their "Team Lead" at 2710 Ramp Way at Miller Park who will provide all PPE and equipment for the clean-up project. Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 10:00 AM

Earth Day Project (The Prominade) - Fridays For Future

Volunteers who choose to volunteer along the Prominade will meet at 1449 Front Street in Old Sacramento at 9:45 AM. This stretch of waterfront in located near the Tower Bridge in Old Sacramento and works along the Sacramento River. This site will be lead by the Friday's for Future group. Team Leads will meet all volunteers at that location to provide all PPE and equipment for the clean-up project. Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 9:45 AM

Earth Day Project (Matsui Park) - Citizens' Climate Lobby

Robert T. Matsui Waterfront Park consists of 1.98 acres and acts as a destination attraction along the existing Sacramento River Parkway bicicle trail that connects Old Sacramento to Discover Park. This site will be lead by the Citizen's Climate Lobby. Volunteers will meet at 514 Jibboom Street to meet their "Team Lead" at 9:30 AM who will provide all PPE and equipment for the clean-up project. Once you sign up for the event, the volunteer coordinator will contact you to fill out a waiver and collect your t-shirt size if you would like a free shirt donated by the 2020 CreekWeek event. For any questions regarding the Earth Day event, email Emily McGuire at: EMcGuire@CityofSacramento.org

Sacramento, CA

4/24/21 9:30 AM

St. Paul COGIC Needs Volunteers to Organize Food Items

St. Paul COGIC, in partnership with Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services, are helping their community by opening their sanctuary as a food distribution center. Volunteers are needed on Tuesdays from 8:00am to 12:00noon. Duties include: 1) bag up canned and sorted food items 2) store and organize food by category in tables and in designated areas Volunteers are expected to: 1) strictly enforce social distancing 2) wear protective gear to volunteer 3) must have an accompanying adult if volunteer is 12 to 17 years old. For more information, please contact Belinda at 916-956-2135.

Sacramento, CA

4/20/21 8:00 AM + more

Help St. Paul COGIC with Food Distribution

St. Paul COGIC, in partnership with Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services, are helping their community by opening their sanctuary as a food distribution center. Volunteers are needed to do the following: 1) put food on pallets 2) direct traffic of incoming people 3) bring bag to people one at a time Volunteers are expected to: 1) strictly enforce social distancing 2) wear protective gear to volunteer 3) must have an accompanying adult if volunteer is 12 to 17 years old.

Sacramento, CA

4/21/21 8:00 AM + more

Food Distribution & Drive Thru Prep

Got lots of energy and looking for where you jump in and help out? Look no further! South Sacramento Christian Center is still currently distributing food every week and seeking volunteers to help us prepare groceries. If you are interested in helping out in any of the areas listed below, please take a look at the task descriptions and choose from any of the dates and times that work best for you. Be sure to leave your contact information so someone can respond to your inquiry as soon as possible. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you soon! (Updated 03/30/21). As a volunteer in the food distribution center, your duties on Fridays will include (1) assembling bags (or boxes) of groceries, (2) light lifting (up to 10 lbs), (3) cleanup (sweeping, cleaning/sanitizing frequently used areas), and recycling (cardboard boxes). During your shift, you may be asked to assist in any one of the areas mentioned so being flexible is preferred. On Saturday morning, you may be asked to assist with: (1) controlling the flow of traffic in the drive-thru (2) putting groceries in people's cars for them when they pull up (3) making more grocery bags (or boxes), and (4) resupplying/runner (keeping the drive-thru stocked with inventory) We also have a delivery team to get groceries out to the elderly who are vulnerable, disabled, and/or sheltered in place due to COVID. To volunteer as a driver, you must possess a valid driver's license, a clean driving record, and be 18 or older. Applicants, please be aware that we continue to actively practice COVID safety according to CDC guidelines, protocols, and procedures. All volunteers will be prescreened EACH time they show up for their shifts even as restrictions are being lifted and COVID testing and vaccines are now being distributed. With a goal to maintain a safe environment, we must continue to adhere to all safety precautions until the CDC gives us clearance. We ask that you wear a mask at all times for the duration of your shift and gloves when handling food. Disposable masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer will be available for volunteers during their shift. NOTE: Due to COVID restrictions we are asking if you are 65 and older and are at high risk to COVID due to pre-existing health conditions to refrain from volunteering at this time, and please stay home. STAY HEALTHY: If you are feeling ill or under the weather, we kindly ask that you reconsider volunteering and stay home. But feel free to contact us again once you are feeling better. SOCIAL DISTANCING: Know that accommodations are in place to ensure proper space for volunteers to perform tasks while reasonably practicing social distancing. **Note** We are in need of six delivery drivers to add to our delivery team. Drivers must have a valid driver's license, be 18 or older, and be physically able to repeatedly lift 10-15 pds. If you interested in becoming a driver, please use the form here (updated 3/30/21).

Sacramento, CA

4/16/21 9:00 AM + more

Virtual Open House - Learn About Red Cross Volunteer Opportunities!

Attend one of the upcoming Virtual Open House presentations to learn more about volunteering with American Red Cross. RSVP at www.tinyurl.com/goldcountryopenhouse.

Virtual (Virtual)

4/27/21 12:00 PM + more

Lifesaving Blood Mission - Blood Donor Ambassador - Tuolumne County

Blood Donor Ambassadors - are the forward face of blood centers and mobile blood drives. Tasks include Greet donors and assist with initial registration Ensure blood donors have information and that questions are answered appropriately Ensuring each donor is recognized for his/her contribution and watched for possible adverse physical reactions Set up and maintain cleanliness in Reception and Hospitality Areas May assist with temperature screenings, make reminder calls, re-schedule donor appointments, and perform follow up activities as directed Location: Red Cross Blood Center in Sonora, CA Hours: Must work at least one 4-hour shift per month. Hours of operation are: Mon 11AM - 7PM Tue 11AM - 7PM Fri 7AM - 3PM Sat 7AM - 3PM

Sonora, CA

Through 7/31/21

Workforce Engagement Team & Lead

Team Members: organize volunteer referrals coming into the territorial disaster department. Tasks include scheduling interviews, assigning roles and/or training, and monitoring training for completion. Looking for two or three Team Members for the Sacramento/Yolo area. Team Lead: responsible for supporting and engaging the Team Members which includes: providing supervision including ensuring assigned volunteers are engaged, organizing team roles and assigning tasks to complete function activities, regular and ongoing communication of opportunities, discussing level of involvement and development, and providing timely feedback and coaching. Looking for three Leads that live in one of the counties listed below. Hours: flexible Location: Virtual. However, California Gold Country Region is located in Northern California. Must be a resident in one of the following county territory blocks to work in these roles. Butte/Glenn/Plumas/Tehama Sutter/Yuba/Nevada/Sierra Sacramento/Yolo Counties.

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 7/31/21

Sunrise Christian Food Ministry Seeks Food Distribution Volunteers

Sunrise Christian Food Ministry is seeking volunteers to help with our food distribution. We have operated as a food closet for 38 years in the northeastern Sacramento County area, and we are supporting our community during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We provide the following tools to our volunteers with their health and safety in mind: Face masks Gloves Handwashing stations Hand sanitizer We practice physical distancing Duties Include: 7:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Boxing food, stocking shelves 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Boxing food, stocking shelves, sorting food, loading food into client's vehicles 12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Loading food boxes into client's vehicles, boxing food, sorting food, directing traffic, checking in clients

Citrus Heights, CA

4/16/21 7:30 AM + more

Friendly Visitors

Do you have a heart for service to others? Have you ever received a helping hand? Does helping people give you joy and purpose in your life? Snowline Needs you! Snowline was started over forty years ago by a group of volunteers who saw the need in the community to help support people and their families experiencing a terminal illness. Get involved today and find the joy of making a difference in someone's life. Snowline needs people willing to provide much-needed rest breaks for family members who are taking care of their loved ones. As a friendly visitor (no caregiving or medical skills necessary or expected), you would provide companionship to the patient and give the caregiver a break to do such things as run errands or take a much-needed rest or nap in a nearby room. Put your love into action and partner with Snowline, a hospice organization serving the community for over 40 years-one families at a time. Patients available throughout the greater Sacramento area. Please fill out our Volunteer Application and send it to volunteerservices@snowlinehospice.org to get started on your volunteer journey.

Sacramento, CA

Through 11/5/21

South Sacramento HART Respite Center

The South Sac HART (Homeless Assistance Resource Team) Respite Center is in need of volunteer power to help us serve our unhoused neighbors. The Respite Center - located at Florin United Methodist Church - is a place for people experiencing homelessness to come rest, recharge and get some refreshments and necessities. Volunteers are needed to help setup and operate the Respite Center. Volunteer roles include: initial setup of Respite center, brief health screening of guests (taking guest's temperatures and asking about COVID exposure), signing guests in (for contact tracing purposes), arranging hygiene supplies and donated items, serving coffee and snacks, providing hospitality to guests as well as monitoring restrooms. The Respite Center will open March 13th, and every 2nd Saturday (until we are able to open for additional dates). Volunteers should arrive by 9am to help us open at 9:30am. We are open to guests from 9:30am-12:30pm. Please email us at SouthSacHart@gmail.com to sign-up.

Sacramento, CA

5/8/21 9:00 AM + more

Language Translator Volunteers (Cantonese)

River City Food Bank is looking for volunteers who speak Cantonese. Specifically, we are looking for volunteers to help with the intake process. Days and times are listed below. For more information, please email Jena at jrobinson@rivercityfoodbank.org.

Sacramento, CA

4/20/21 10:00 AM + more

Language Translator Volunteers (Farsi and Russian)

River City Food Bank is looking for volunteers who speak Farsi and Russian. Specifically, we are looking for volunteers to help with the intake process. Days and times are listed below. For more information, please email Jena at jrobinson@rivercityfoodbank.org.

Sacramento, CA

4/16/21 10:00 AM + more

Meal Program Volunteer

Volunteers assist the Hospitality Manager with daily operations of the Meal Program. This potentially includes food prep, putting to-go plates together for guests, greeting and helping guests, organizing and cleaning the kitchen and serving area. Volunteers must be able to stand for 2-3 hours.

Sacramento, CA

Through 12/31/21

Senior Food Box's

Volunteers will assemble food boxes for senior citizens.

North Highlands, CA

4/26/21 9:00 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (Ardenaire - Sacramento)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery and/or distribution. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are held on the 4th Thursday of every month to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers must have some availability between 10:00am - 4:00pm. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Housing California at ArdenAire is an affordable housing community serving 53 households in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento, CA

5/27/21 10:00 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Driver(Kennedy Estates - Sacramento)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery and/or distribution. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 4th Tuesday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers are needed between 8:30am - 10:00am. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Housing California at Kennedy Estates is an affordable housing community serving 100 family households in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento, CA

4/27/21 8:30 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (Kennedy Estates - Sacramento)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery and/or distribution. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 4th Tuesday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers are needed between 3:00pm - 5:00pm. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Housing California at Kennedy Estates is an affordable housing community serving 100 family households in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento, CA

4/27/21 3:00 PM + more

Distanced, But Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (Crossroad Gardens - Sacram

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 4th Thursday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers are needed between 9:30am - 11:00am. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Housing California at Crossroad Gardens is an affordable housing community serving 70 families in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento, CA

5/27/21 9:30 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (McAuley Meadows - Sacramento)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our bi-monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 1st and 3rd Wednesday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers must have some availability between 10:00am - 11:30am. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. McAuley Meadows is an independent senior affordable housing community in Auburn, California. The community features 59 one-bedroom apartments for seniors age 55 and older.

Auburn, CA

4/21/21 10:00 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (7th & Hst.- Sacramento)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 4th Wednesday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers must have some availability between 10:00am - 4:00pm. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. The 7th & H Housing Community is a mixed-use affordable housing development that provides 150 studio and one-bedroom apartments in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento, CA

6/23/21 10:00 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Driver (7th & Hst.- Sacramento)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 4th Wednesday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers are needed between 8:30am - 10:00am. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. The 7th & H Housing Community is a mixed-use affordable housing development that provides 150 studio and one-bedroom apartments in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento, CA

4/28/21 8:30 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Driver Needed (Lance - Carmichael)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery and/or distribution. Volunteers like you make it possible Food Bank is held every 4th Thursday of the month at 11:00am Volunteer Drivers must have some availability between 9:00 am - 10:30 am Volunteers assisting with food distribution must have availability between 10:30am - 12:30pm Mercy Housing California at Lance Apartments is an affordable housing community serving 75 families in Carmichael, California.

Carmichael, CA

4/22/21 9:00 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (Colonia San Martin - Sacrament

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery and/or distribution. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 3rd Tuesday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers must have availability between 10:00am - 12:00pm. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Housing California at Colonia San Martin is an affordable housing community serving 60 households in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento, CA

8/17/21 10:00 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (St. Francis Terrace - Sacramen

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery and/or distribution. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 4th Thursday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers helping with food distribution must have availability between 10:00am - 12:00pm. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Housing California at St. Francis Terrace is an affordable housing community serving 60 households in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento, CA

5/27/21 10:00 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (Lohse Apartments - Roseville)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery and/or distribution. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 2nd Wednesday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers must have some availability between 8:30am - 12noon. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Housing California at Lohse Apartments is an affordable housing community serving 58 family households in Roseville, California.

Roseville, CA

5/12/21 8:30 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (Lance Apartments - Carmichael)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery and/or distribution. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 4th Thursday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers are needed between 11:00am - 1:00pm. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Housing California at Lance Apartments is an affordable housing community serving 75 family households in Carmichael, California.

Carmichael, CA

5/27/21 11:00 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (Land Park Woods - Sacramento)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery and/or distribution. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every Thursday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers are needed between 7:00am - 9:00am for food pick up from the warehouse and delivery to the site 11:00am - 1:00pm for assistance with distribution We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Housing California at Land Park Woods is an affordable housing community serving 75 families in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento, CA

4/22/21 7:00 AM + more

Distanced. Not Disconnected! Food Bank Assistant (Mercy Village Folsom - Folsom)

In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Mercy Housing has shifted our resident service priorities to focus on the immediate needs of residents. Many of our residents are coping, as most Americans, with the stress of isolation, lost income and jobs, struggles to meet immediate food and household essential needs, school closures, and children needing to develop remote learning routines. Food insecurity is one of the most pressing needs and YOU can help us meet those needs all while feeling connected to the community in a fulfilling way! Our monthly food bank is well utilized, which often makes it difficult for staff to transport, move and distribute alone. Join us and roll up your sleeves to organize and help with food pick-up and delivery and/or distribution. Volunteers like you make it possible! Distributions are every 3rd Wednesday to help those in need access healthy food. Volunteers are needed between 3:00pm - 5:00pm for assistance with set up, packing and distribution. We will practice safe social distance protocols, and we ask that all volunteers bring a mask and gloves. Mercy Village Folsom is a multifamily affordable housing community located in Folsom, California. Mercy Housing purchased the 10-building apartment complex and renovated the properties into 81 apartments of housing in cooperation with local officials including the local Dignity Health Mercy Hospital of Folsom. Mercy Village Folsom is home to more than 200 residents and features a onsite resident services and a computer lab.

Folsom, CA

5/19/21 3:00 PM + more

Family Service Distribution Team

Help The Salvation Army operate their drive-thru food distribution system at Family Services. Four volunteers are needed each shift. Six shifts are available per week. Volunteer duties include verifying information, loading vehicle and managing traffic flow. Volunteers are required to wear protective gear such as masks and gloves. See more information here: https://volunteer.usawest.org/OpportunityDetail.aspx?ID=5116

North Highlands, CA

4/20/21 9:00 AM + more

Sorting & Packing Food (Ongoing)

Help get fresh produce and groceries to people in need! Volunteers will help sort and bag donations of fresh produce and perishable food items to be handed out to the clients in the morning. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE: Volunteers MUST wear closed-toed rubber soled shoes. No sandals or flip flops. To Volunteer sign up online at: volunteer.usawest.org/OpportunityDetail.aspx Or Contact: Kam-Sheong Lau (916) 678-4019, Kam-Sheong.Lau@usw.salvationarmy.org Also: Please sign up for only Tuesdays, Wednesdays and/or Thursdays.

North Highlands, CA

4/20/21 9:00 AM + more

Food Sorting/Bagging

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services (SFBFS)! You must use the Group Volunteer Calendar below to sign up to help! https://www.sacramentofoodbank.org/group-volunteering Individuals can use the same calendar. We are honored that you have chosen to share your time and skills with Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services. We know you will find your place among our family of staff and volunteers. We look forward to working in partnership with you, as we provide services to people who come to the agency for assistance. We are committed to providing you with a positive and satisfying volunteer experience, and we appreciate your efforts in supporting our work. Volunteer ages can be 10-64 (Volunteers between the ages of 10 and 15 must volunteer with an adult) and will help with food sorting/bagging at our Food Bank Campus. At this time no orientation is required. We're wholeheartedly committed to combating food insecurity by ensuring our community has consistent and safe access to nutritious resources. That being said, the wellbeing of our staff, clients and volunteers isn't something we take lightly, so in addition to our standard health and sanitation procedures, we have implemented the following protocol and expectations: All volunteers will be given a no-touch temperature check upon arrival. Volunteers with a temperature of 100.4 or above (the recommended threshold from the CDC) will be asked to leave and reschedule their shift after a minimum of 72 hours without a fever (without medication, such as Tylenol). All volunteers are required to properly wear a face covering during their shift at all locations. Unfortunately, volunteers without a face covering will not be allowed to work their shift and will be asked to leave. At this time, we can provide mask to you if you do not have one of your own. Providing hand washing station – Please wash your hands upon arrival. Hand washing should last at least 20 seconds under warm water. Providing Protective Gear – We have hand sanitizer located throughout our Food Bank facility. We also have gloves available for volunteers during their shift Deep cleaning – Food Bank staff are continuously doing deep cleanings at all our volunteer locations. Eliminating Handshakes and hugs – Sorry. Air elbow bumps are welcomed! Social distancing: accommodations are in place to allow volunteers to perform their duties with reasonable social distancing. Stay Healthy – If you are feeling under the weather, we ask that you cancel your registration and come back and visit us when you feel better. We recommend that individuals who are at high risk of contracting viruses or live with/care for someone in this category refrain from volunteering. If you are sick, please cancel your shift - any volunteer that is showing signs of illness will be asked to leave and return when well. *Please note at this time, Sacramento Food Bank and Family Service (SFBFS) is unable to validate court-appointed volunteer hours.

Sacramento, CA

4/16/21 9:00 AM + more

Sac Samoa Food Pantry Desperate for Volunteer Traffic Coordinators!

Come help the Sacramento Samoa Food Pantry. Wear sun protection, hat, light-weight clothing, and bring an umbrella if you have one. We supply safety vests and training with an opportunity for you to keep the food distribution operating safely. Volunteer must be 18 years + Thursday: 7 volunteers needed 7:30am - 10:30am Friday: 7 volunteers needed 7:30am - 10:30am Saturday: 7 volunteers needed 7:30am - 10:30am Contact: James Letoa (916) 241-5769 Jletoapa@gmail.com

Sacramento, CA

4/16/21 7:30 AM + more

Youth Engagement Lead

Youth Engagement Lead: serves as a peer and confidante working collaboratively with the regional Volunteer Services team, specifically the Engagement Specialist, to support National Youth Strategy goals and objectives to educate and engage youth in all aspects of the Red Cross mission. Hours: 3-12 hours per week. Location: Virtual at this time. May perform in-school visits after things start to open up post-pandemic.

Through 7/31/21

Volunteer Relations Lead

Volunteer Relations Lead: Explain appropriate Red Cross policies and procedures as related to Volunteer Relations during Steady and Operational (Disaster) State including utilization of Regional Volunteer Services Issue Resolution Toolkit materials to all supervisors (employees and volunteer). Hours: Variable, flexible. Can be episodic. Location: Virtual.

Through 7/31/21

Recognition Lead

Recognition Lead: Coordinate and implement year-round and annual volunteer recognition. • Advocate and champion recognition of the volunteer workforce as a key element for retention and satisfaction. • Assist in the planning and implementation of annual volunteer recognition events (dinners, gifts, give-aways, etc). • Implement ongoing volunteer recognition. Hours: 4 hours per month. Most active during spring event planning phase. Location: Virtual at this time. May assist at in-person events when/if areas reopen. California Gold Country Region is located in Northern California.

Virtual (Virtual)

Through 7/31/21

Disaster Action Team - Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne Counties

Disaster Action Team (DAT) – The DAT provide support and assistance to individuals and families who have been impacted by a home fire or other disaster situation where the home is compromised. Support includes psychological first aid, a care kit with daily essentials like a toothbrush and deodorant, ensuring that you have a roof over your head for the next few days, money, help getting connected to other resources. Location: work happening virutally though some courier work is needed from time to time. Hours: fires can occur at any time of the day or night. Volunteers are on call and are placed on a call-down list until a responder can be found.

Through 7/31/21

Social Media Genie

Help Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation get the word out about our life-saving programs and services! We are seeking a pro to both post on our web site and social media platforms = Facebook, Instagram, Twitter. You should have strong background and interest in this sharing tecnology. You would be posting throughout the week, sharing our program and activity news. This may all be done remotely, with the opportunity to work from our office when safe/that is again allowed. Please send your resume, and thanks so much for your interest!

Albie Aware Breast Cancer Foundation (Virtual)

Through 1/4/23

Walk to End Alzheimer's Committee Sponsorship Chair Position

Position Overview: The Sponsorship Chair serves as the primary lead for recruiting new sponsors to the event, as well as strengthening relationships with existing ones. This position will assist with assembling a Subcommittee that will identify opportunities to engage the business community in the mission of the Alzheimer’s Association and participate in Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Qualifications: Excellent leadership, communication and interpersonal skills. Knowledge of business and community resources. Well-connected in the corporate community and willing to ask others to support the cause. Ability to cultivate and maintain long-lasting relationships with local companies. Comfortable asking for large monetary contributions. Position Responsibilities: Work with the Event Chair, Co-Chair and Staff Partner to develop a plan to meet all sponsor recruitment, retention and revenue goals. Recruit and train members of the Sponsorship Subcommittee, whose primary responsibility is to manage sponsor recruitment and retention. Oversee Sponsorship Subcommittee meetings/check-ins to monitor progress and ensure everyone is on target to meet their goals. Work with Subcommittee members to secure renewals from previous sponsors. Help Subcommittee members compile a list of potential sponsors and develop strategies for engagement. Assist in securing in-kind donations and media sponsors. Work with other committee members, such as logistics and marketing, to ensure sponsorship benefits are met both prior to and on event day. Take steps to ensure an excellent Walk-day experience for sponsors. Conduct a post-event proof of performance meeting with each sponsor to ensure proper support, obtain feedback and discuss future engagement. Ensure that all sponsors and Sponsorship Subcommittee members are appropriately recognized. Committee Expectations: Have a willingness to learn about and support the Alzheimer’s Association and its mission. Make necessary time commitment. Complete the Partnership Agreement with the Event Chair and Staff Partner. Be an active participant on our online community, Walk Central. Adhere to the Walk timeline and continually report progress to the Event Chair. Exhibit enthusiasm and show appreciation to your subcommittee members when achieving event goals.

Through 12/31/21

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8001 Folsom Blvd., Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95826

Phone: (916) 447-7063

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