• On May 6th, Volunteers of America will be participating in Sacramento’s BIG Day of Giving, a 24 hour online region wide giving challenge!

    BIG Day of Giving!

    On May 6th, Volunteers of America will be participating in Sacramento’s BIG Day of Giving, a 24 hour online region wide giving challenge!
  • Golden State Works provides job readiness training, paid transitional employment, and comprehensive job placement services.

    Transforming Lives!

    Golden State Works provides job readiness training, paid transitional employment, and comprehensive job placement services.
  • Do you know a homeless veteran?

    Serving Those Who Served

    Do you know a homeless veteran?
  • Save the Senior Safe House!

    Thanks To You...

    The Senior Safe House is Safe! In four short weeks, you raised $198,000 to ensure this essential program will stay open. We are currently raising funds to ensure this vital shelter will remain open for years to come!

Featured Highlights

  • Shelter from the Storm Fundraising Breakfast

    Looking for a little inspiration? Please join us for one hour guaranteed to change your mind, open your heart and uplift and inspire you! Come learn why we do what we do. Sacramento: Thursday, May 8th at 8:00am at Double Tree Hotel (2001 Point West Way, Sacramento, CA). For questions or to RSVP, please email Shauna or call 916-265-3960 Bay Area: Learn about our Dream Maker's Breakfast Thursday, May 15th at 8:00am or contact Kim to RSVP.
  • BIG Day of Giving!

    On May 6th, Volunteers of America will be participating in Sacramento’s BIG Day of Giving, a 24 hour online region wide giving challenge with the goal to inspire and unite our community in supporting hundreds of local nonprofits. Starting at midnight, donations will be accepted through www.givelocalnow.org, and will be matched by local philanthropists. Help give Sacramento families the tools to leave poverty behind for good by choosing VOA-NCNN on May 6th!
  • Sacramento Senior Safe House Update

    Volunteers of America is proud to announce that the Sacramento Community recognized the need and importance of the Sacramento Senior Safe House. Together, individuals, foundations, companies and the County of Sacramento rallied to cover this year’s deficit. Today the Volunteers of America board of directors voted unanimously to keep the program open through this fiscal year that ends June 30, 2014. Although, without a consistent and reliable funding stream the future of the Senior Safe House will remain vulnerable. It will take a combination of public and private dollars to keep the doors open to protect and care for our vulnerable neighbors. Additional gifts to the Senior Safe House will be used to sustain this vital shelter next year and for years to come!
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