And the Winners Are…

The Capital Region’s top ten most inspiring nonprofits

Each year Comstock’s annual guide to philanthropy, Capital Region Cares, highlights nonprofits serving our region’s most vital needs, from hunger and housing to performing arts and animal welfare. This year, with the help of inspirational media company Kamere, we asked our readers to share how their favorite nonprofits are making a difference. We received entries from all over the ten-county region and were truly inspired by the levels of support our local nonprofits provide. From the entries received, we picked ten of the most inspiring stories that will be featured in the 20th edition of Capital Region Cares later this year.

We are proud to announce the Capital Region’s 10 most inspiring nonprofits:

Break Free
Center for Land Based Learning
Food Literacy Center
Keaton Raphael Memorial Foundation
Mutual Housing California
PRIDE Industries
River Cats Foundation
Sacramento Children’s Home
Safety Center
Saint John’s Program for Real Change

We look forward to telling their stories this Spring.

You can order the 2014 edition of Capital Region Cares online. For more local stories, about nonprofits elevating our region, go here.