Feed Sacramento Homeless

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$7,500 Goal

THE BIGGER PICTURE MENTOR PROGRAM "Preserving The Past, Promoting The Future!"

Our Mission: We are a local non-profit that feeds Sacramento through our outreach programs, youth services, and community outreach. We connect youth to opportunities and resources to learn and grow. We help youth gain hope and inspiration to become self-sufficient in a safe environment.

Our Vision: To involve youth and communities directly affected by poverty, discrimination, abusive situations, addictions, unstable homes, academic life, gang recruitment, gang culture, and community violence to become part of the solution. Youth will learn, identify, and practice the behaviors needed to achieve their desired results and dreams. 

TBP is a mentor program designed to provide services for at-risk youth that are unhoused or live in low-income communities who are overcoming stressors in their lives, and youth that will have a turbulent transition into adulthood and offer a positive support system to avoid the pitfalls that can derail their lives. 

TBP Mentors are a resource for at-risk youth to gain coping skills, confidence, and self-advocacy skills. Mentors inspire positive change, leadership skills, and character development, and enable youth to visualize their futures clearly. TBP mentor program will provide participants with opportunities to develop the work-related skills needed to navigate into adulthood successfully.

Giving Activity


Mission: To provide hope and inspiration for the unhoused and the underserved communities. To show those in a challenging situation that they are seen and worthy of respect.


Our program consists of the Bigs (youth 14-19) being paired with the Littles (youth 6-13). The Bigs will provide mentorship to the Littles. The Littles will come to class with Bigs once or twice a week to learn about the effects of using marijuana underage and more.

The Bigs will attend classes the first two weeks learning about the effects of underage marijuana usage, coping skills, doing various ice breakers that will lead to trust, understanding of self, and preparing the Bigs to become young mentors.

The Bigs will receive a $500 stipend for forty completed program hours.

The Littles will receive a $200 stipend for twenty-five completed program hours.

Equity Statement

Organization Data


Organization name

Feed Sacramento Homeless

Tax id (EIN)


Mission Category

Human Services

Operating Budget


Organization Need

Funding: Other, Funding: Program, Funding: Unrestricted, In-Kind Donations, Space: Office or Other, Technology

Demographics Served

Youth & Children, Low-income individuals/families, Homeless/Underhoused/Unhoused

BIPOC Leadership

Both the Executive Director & Board Chair

Counties Served



4625 44TH STREET STE 32

Service areas

Sacramento, CA, US



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