In the spirit of giving, the vibrant community at Sacramento State comes together to make a meaningful impact this holiday season. Our upcoming blog post captures the heartwarming story of Sac State students and staff volunteering their time to distribute a staggering 1,900 holiday meals.
If you know of a young person creating positive change in the community please nominate them for The California Endowment Youth Awards.
We’re much more likely to remember things that are important to us, things that we make note of.
Davian Kimbrough, the 13-year-old from Woodland, has achieved an incredible milestone by becoming the youngest player to make his debut for the Sacramento Republic FC.
Hispanic Heritage Month: NIST Scientist and NOAA Public Affairs Officer Lead Efforts in Quantum Computing, Communicating Life-Saving Messaging
Maria Torres-Falcon of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Manuel Castellanos Beltran of the National Institute of Standards and Technology worked together to create a system to send life-saving weather information to diverse audiences.
The idea for Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated throughout the latter half of September and the first half of October, began as a way to promote the history, culture, and contributions of Hispanic-Americans — specifically, those whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America.
By: Alexis Oatman The article discusses 50 Cent’s efforts to provide positive recreational activities and sports opportunities for children in Sacramento as a way to reduce violence during the summer months. The rapper, known for his business acumen and philanthropy, revealed in an interview with The Sacramento Bee that he has partnered with the Sacramento […]
We do some pretty cool work out in Fresno and the young people there do some amazingly cool works of their own. This month Fresno held its first Latinx graduation ceremony, an event advocated for and organized by local high school students. Some of their goals were to highlight higher education amongst Latinx/Chicanx families and […]
As we embrace the month of May, let us come together to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. It is a time to honor and appreciate the rich diversity, contributions, and achievements of the AAPI community. In celebrating AAPI Heritage Month, let us stand united against discrimination, prejudice, and hate. This past […]
Labor Day family camp and summer camp registration are open for 2023. Sierra Nevada Journeys, a longtime YDN partner, turns summer camp into a powerful, enriching experience as campers are immersed into the outdoors.
It’s easy to make a difference in the Sacramento region during Big Day of Giving. Donations as small as $15 add up to make a big impact, and can be boosted by prizes and match funds. You can use this website to support the causes you already love and find new nonprofits working on issues […]
The long playoff drought is over for the Sacramento Kings. Now it’s time to see if they got what it takes to bring home the Championship. It’s not going to be easy for the young upstart Kings as they have to battle in round one against the defending champions from the bay, The Golden State […]