The FUTURE Foundation of Sacramento is a nonprofit that provides scholarships to high-achieving students from at-risk backgrounds who are first-in-family to attend college. Future Foundation awards five-year scholarships of $5000 per year, totaling $25,000.
Established in 1989, KidsFirst treats and prevents child abuse and neglect through education, advocacy and counseling to empower and strengthen children and families. Programs target the most vulnerable children, families and neighborhoods with a vision that all children live in safe, healthy and nurturing homes.
PRO Youth & Families (PRO) has been inspiring, educating and mobilizing young people to become positive change agents for themselves, their families and their communities since 1981.
PRO’s values of youth first, hope, collaboration and a sense of belonging exemplify who PRO is as an organization.
SMUD Museum of Science and Curiosity (MOSAC) is one of the Sacramento region’s most exciting educational destinations, inspiring learners of all ages and providing a foundation for future STEM professionals.
Dr. John Jackson grew up as a pastor’s kid, but he didn’t see that as his calling. “I told God in my own way, ‘I’ll do anything you want, except I’ll never be a missionary, and I’ll never be a pastor,’” says Jackson. So of course he became a pastor.
After more than a three-year federal student loan payment pause, payments resumed on Oct. 1, 2023. I have spoken to hundreds of borrowers and understand their confusion and concerns about returning to repayment and the options available for them.
Comstock’s president and publisher argues the benefits of inmate education programs.
PODCAST EPISODE: Father and daughter Jim Mayfield and Hannah de Bie of Sub Sea Systems discuss marine tourism, VR integration, Saudi Arabia’s entertainment megaproject Qiddiya, the importance of ocean exploration and working with family.
It’s harvest time at the Reimagination Farm in Lake County,
California. As autumn turns the air crisp and the leaves begin to
change, former UC Davis Asian American Studies professor Robyn
Rodriguez surveys the land in front of her and reflects on the
rhythms of nature. “Even the earth follows cycles of rest,” she
muses. “That’s how we regenerate.”
Focus: Pulmonary, Infectious Disease, Critical Care, Sleep Medicine, COPD/ Pneumonia Transitional Care, and Travel Medicine.