Inspire Giving Fund - Sacramento Metro Chamber Foundation

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$3,000 Goal

Inspire Giving provides a $10,000 grant every year out of it's endowment fund to a local nonprofit. Inspire Giving also provides in-kind services, donations, and support to the nonprofit throughout the year. We also support other local nonprofits via volunteer days which are open to our donors. In the past 12 years Inspire Giving has supported 11 non-profits through $125,000 in grants and over $1,600,000 in in-kind support and services! 

Inspire Giving has a unique process to select its annual grant recipient. If you donate $25 or more in the first six months of 2023 you will have the opportunity to vote on the priority giving area and the nonprofit finalists for 2024. If you'd like to stay connected, you can follow us on social media (Facebook and Twitter) and sign-up for our newsletter. With your support we truly live our motto: A Little is Enough, if Enough People Do It!

Our 2023 Inspire Giving grant recipient is the United Way STARS tutoring program. The Inspire Giving team will be working to successfully support the student mentoring and tutoring program in the Sacramento region.

Past Grant Recipients include:

2022- Saint John's Program for Real Change

2021 - Improve Your Tomorrow: Assisted in providing the equipment and material for students who participated in the IYT Summer School Initiative Program.
2020 - Children's Receiving Home: Connected SCRH with Ikea which led to a large donation of dorm décor and remote schooling supplied.
2019 - Department of Sound: Provided connections with regional leaders, mentorship, partnership and financial opportunities.
2018 - GRID Alternatives: Assisted in development of Job Readiness Program.
2017 - Lilliput Families: Updated and beautified the entrances to their Citrus Heights facility.
2016 - Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services: Renovated the Job Smart Clothing Program.
2015 - 916 Ink: Built the Imaginarium.
2014 - Saint John's Program for Real Change: Built the outdoor patio for the Plates Midtown location.
2013 - Roberts Family Development Center: Renovated the playground and outdoor space at the center.
2012 - Soil Born Farms: Helped establish the processes of the Harvest Sacramento program.
2011 - River City Food Bank: Rebuilt the Food Bank after it was destroyed in a fire.


Inspire Giving is an endowment fund that seeks to bring the business community together to support and grow the spirit of giving in the Capital Region. Individuals contribute to the endowment fund held at the Sacramento Region Community Foundation to be able to collectively give a donation larger than they could give on their own.


Funds donated to grow the Endowment Fund.

Funds donated to enable project funding.

Donated supplies, materials, and time for the annual project.

Volunteers to help manage and support work days for the annual project.

Funds donated directly to the annual project's nonprofit.

Organization Data


Organization name

Inspire Giving Fund - Sacramento Metro Chamber Foundation

Mission Category

Community Improvement, Capacity Building

Operating Budget

$500,001-$1 million

Organization Need

Funding: Unrestricted, Volunteers, In-Kind Donations

Demographics Served

Veterans, Youth & Children


1017 L Street #557
Sacramento, CA 95814

Service areas

Sacramento, CA, US

El Dorado, CA, US

Placer, CA, US

Yuba, CA, US

Sutter, CA, US