Category Archives: Event

WHAT: 4th Annual Interfaith Homeless Memorial Service

WHEN: December 21, 2017 7pm-8pm

WHO: Volunteers, corporate partners, general public

WHERE: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 2620 Capitol Ave. Sacramento

WHY: To remember our homeless neighbors who died in 2017



WHAT: Pancake Breakfast

WHEN: November 23, 2017

WHO: Volunteers, corporate partners, general public

WHERE: Located on the route of this year’s Run to Feed the Hungry! You’ll have a front-row seat as you watch 28,000 runners pass by 51st and J Street. And you’ll be entertained by a the best 25-piece ukulele orchestra in Sacramento. So, bring your friends and family to this exciting event!

Breakfast starts at 7:30 AM. The 10k race starts at 8:15 AM, followed by the 5k race at 9:00 AM. For more information on Run to Feed the Hungry, visit

Tickets are $10 per person, all you can eat! *Tickets must be purchased in advanced. Tickets will not be sold at the door. Buy tickets now or make a donation to the pancake breakfast.

WHY: All ticket and donation proceeds will go to Joshua’s House to built a hospice home for the terminally-ill homeless in Sacramento.

For more information visit: Pancake Breakfast Tickets

If you would like to help out at the Pancake Breakfast, signup here:

WHAT: United Way’s Day of Caring

Day of Caring brings together business leaders, community members,
campaign coordinators, nonprofit partners and volunteers across the
region to work on service projects that will make an impact. Volunteer
teams range in size from 10 – 200 and come out to tackle meaningful
projects that address community needs.
This toolkit provides emails and social media posts to help promote Day
of Caring, solicit volunteers and to garner general awareness of Day of
Caring and its activities.

WHEN: Saturday, September 23. Start promoting today!
WHO: Volunteers, corporate partners, general public

WHERE: Kick off the day on Saturday morning Sept. 23 at 8:30 a.m. at Cal Expo with
volunteer projects hosted throughout Amador, El Dorado, Placer,
Sacramento and Yolo counties.

WHY: Day of Caring. Volunteers are ready to participate in collaborative projects
that create positive change, build community gardens, paint walls, read to
kids, stuff envelopes, build picnic tables, put together supplies, plant trees
and more. This is your chance to show first hand the great work your
organization does and garner some attention and support from potential
donors and media.

For more information visit: Day of Caring 

HCH Day (August 16) celebrates the special population health centers of

Health Care for the Homeless (HCH). Each year consumers and staff! at HCH

organizations hold events to highlight our shared work to meet the basic

health care needs of people without homes, eliminate health disparities, and

end homelessness. These events allow HCH projects to build relationships

with community partners, engage elected officials, and show appreciation for

the consumers, staff, and communities that support the vital work of HCH.


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