Rudy Gobert of the Utah Jazz sponsored residents from the Sacramento Children’s Home to attend a game against the Sacramento Kings on March 3, 2018. The children had the opportunity to meet with the 7’1″ NBA center as well. Gobert created his foundation, “Rudy’s Kids,” with the aim of helping children in need, and partners […]
The Sacramento Children’s Home Guild hosted its 20th Annual Crab Feed and Live Auction on Saturday, February 23, 2018. The event—held at the Folsom Community Center and attended by 400 guests—was a massive success, raising over $120,000! If you’ve never been to one of the Guild’s crab feeds, it features dozens of items up for bid during […]
What a year! We had an amazing time celebrating 150 years of giving children and families a better tomorrow throughout 2017, and we’re thankful for everyone who joined in on the celebration. We would not be able to provide the most comprehensive spectrum of programs without your support. Nearly 500 business leaders and dedicated supporters […]
Dr. David Baker, the Sacramento Children’s Home’s new Chief Executive Officer, sat down with Capital Public Radio to discuss SCH’s outlook for 2018. Baker explained SCH’s evolution from an orphanage into implementing the county’s most comprehensive prevention, early intervention, and mental health services. “We do whatever it takes to make sure kids stay out of […]
Sacramento, May 3, 2017–The Sacramento Children’s Home (SCH) announced today that it has been awarded the 2017 Governor’s Volunteering and Service Awards Nonprofit of the Year from the Office of the Governor and CaliforniaVolunteers. The Sacramento Children’s Home was recognized for its extraordinary ability to leverage volunteer support in fulfilling its mission at an awards […]
This commemorative video debuted at the Sacramento Children’s Home’s 150th Anniversary Business Luncheon on February 1, 2017. It details the history and evolution of the Sacramento Children’s Home and features testimonials from children and families the Sacramento Children’s Home has had the opportunity to serve.
Originally by Cathie Anderson of The Sacramento Bee. Miles Cooley was a foster child and a resident of the Sacramento Children’s Home from 1983 to 1986. In spite of his tumultuous childhood, today, Cooley is a successful entertainment attorney in Los Angeles, with a list of high profile clients such as Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson […]