Fill-A-Backpack Drive: More Info and FAQs - This year it will look a bit different, but our annual Fill-A-Backpack Drive is back! At the Sacramento Children’s Home, we know that a bright future begins with a good education. Unfortunately, many of the children we serve lack resources for proper supplies, whether in person or distance learning from home. For children in need, something […]
How You Can Help SCH During the Coronavirus Outbreak - First and foremost, we hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and healthy during these uncertain times. Here at the Sacramento Children’s Home, the health and safety of our clients, staff, families, and community is our highest priority and we have implemented a number of policies and procedures to ensure this while also […]
An Update from our CEO - To the Sacramento Children’s Home Community, Here at SCH, the health and safety of our clients, staff, families, and  community is our highest priority.  During these difficult times, we remain committed to providing high-quality services.  I want to assure everyone that we are closely monitoring the continuously changing  Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, and we continue to […]
Good Day Nursery segment Good Day Sacramento Highlights Crisis Nursery Sustainers Circle - Did you catch the Sacramento Children’s Home on the news on February 19? Thanks to Good Day Sacramento, viewers of the 9 a.m. show had an opportunity to learn more about the Crisis Nursery and the Crisis Nursery Sustainers Circle. The Circle is The Children’s Home’s newest monthly giving program aimed at sustaining the Crisis […]
How to Stick to New Year’s Resolutions — Involve a Charity - Each year, you diligently map out your goals for the upcoming year, New Year’s resolutions aimed at bettering yourself, personal development, growth, change, and/or finally just kicking that bad habit you’ve struggled with. And each year, you struggle to keep the consistency and hit your goals. The Sacramento Children’s Home understands. New Year’s resolutions are […]
SCH Surprises Crisis Nursery Family with Christmas Gifts - This year, the Sacramento Children’s Home’s Holiday Giving Program will provide gifts to close to 3,000 local children. Additionally, the community adopted over 110 SCH families this December. The adopted families all receive some type of service from the Sacramento Children’s Home, such as counseling, care at our Crisis Nursery, home visitations through eVIBE, or […]
Sacramento Children’s Home Partners with Office of the Governor, First Partner for Annual Tree Lighting - The 88th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting event took place at the State Capitol in Sacramento on Thursday, December 6. Governor Gavin Newsom, First Partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom, California Volunteers, and the Sacramento Children’s Home were all on hand on the West Capitol steps in a partnership to inspire giving back to the community. “This sense […]
In the News: Good Day Sacramento Highlights Luxe for Life - Luxe for Life, our annual fall fundraising gala, is coming up on Saturday, November 23. To share more info about our event, we invited Cambi Brown and Good Day Sacramento to our Crisis Nursery to highlight the event’s beneficiary. Listen in as our Director of Philanthropy, Todd Koolakian, shares more information about Luxe for Life, […]
Sacramento Regional Transit Supports Sacramento Children’s Home with Holiday Bus - Sacramento Regional Transit announced it will support the Sacramento Children’s Home this holiday season through its annual holiday bus. Each year, SacRT provides bus rides free to riders during the month of December. Instead of paying a bus fare, riders are encouraged to make a cash donation. All donations made on the bus during its […]
In the News: Crisis Nursery Spotlight - The Sacramento Children’s Home Crisis Nursery is the beneficiary of the Sacramento Century Challenge, organized by the Rotary Club of Sacramento. The ride sees over 1,000 cyclists participate in one of four routes, varying in length from 16 to 100 miles. Last year’s effort raised a donation of approximately $115,000 for the nursery, and our […]