Stockton Blvd Community Development Corporation

Reviewed by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation

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$6,500 Goal

A community development corporation (CDC) is a not-for-profit organization incorporated to provide programs, offer services and engage in other activities that promote and support community development. CDC’s usually serve a geographic location such as a neighborhood or a town. Our CDC focuses on serving lower-income residents and or struggling neighborhoods. We are in dire need of financial assistance in order to continue helping the community we serve.

We are often involved in a variety of activities including economic development, education, community organizing and real estate development. The Stockton Boulevard and neighboring community, according to the 2020 census, has one of the most diverse areas in the south area of Sacramento serving over 10 plus cultures and languages. We strive to ensure that information regarding services, safety, and health is available in all languages, especially during this unprecedented time. We provide free professional services such as dental screenings, senior safety and other numerous safety programs, educational tools, frequent giveaways (food, school supplies, masks, testing kits, cleaning supplies, etc.) and other services while providing a trusting social environment with business partners within the neighboring area. We also provide an opportunity for high school students to not only earn community service hours, but also learn to give back to their community through volunteerism. We call it (Pay It Forward)!

Giving Activity


Objectives and Purposes: The objectives and purposes of this corporation shall be to engage in economic development activities that lead to and promote community revitalization in the Stockton Blvd Commercial corridor; and facilitates the implementation of the District’s Community Economic Development Plan and strategy including but not limited to:

A. Increase Tax Base

B. Job Development

C. Business Retention

D. Economic Diversification

E. Self Sufficiency

F. Productive Use of Property

G. Quality of Life

H. Recognition of Local Products and Services

I. Workforce Development

J. Health and Safety Information

K. Multi Translation Services


In order to provide some of the following workshops, aid is needed. We fall short when it comes to supplies, together with stipends that some of the professionals request. Also we are a three person office, and often overtime is required in order to meet extra programming needs. Assistance will also help us provide a lite snack for our youth volunteers and our workshop attendees when needed.

We have also developed a special program called Safety on Stockton, a volunteer program derived from the Stop Asian Hate Movement. Our Program was featured in The Sacramento Bee and on numerous TV stations. In this program volunteers are provided safety vests, walkie talkies, flashlights, and whistles. Overtime we have experience a need for more of these items. As our volunteers walk the boulevard, they provide a sense of security for the patrons in heavily patronized areas: grocery stores, bus stops, parking lots, etc.

One of our proudest accomplishments is our backpack giveaway which we have provided for the past six years. We have been able to provide 560 backpacks through our donations this year.  Each backpack was filled with everything that a child needed to get a fresh start for the school year. Due to rising coasts, we are falling short of supplies needed (notebooks, paper, pens, crayons, glue sticks, calculators, etc.) in order to make each backpack equal, assistance will be helpful.

The Stockton Boulevard and surrounding community needs your assistance as we continuing to provide help whenever and wherever we can. All donations given will help us help them.

Equity Statement

The Stockton Boulevard Corridor is one of the most diverse areas consisting of a heavy Asian community (i.e. Hmong, Vietnamese, Japanese, etc.), a heavy Hispanic presence as well as African American and Caucasian. This is considered a very low income area. We try to make sure that we are accommodating this multi-cultural community.

Organization Data


Organization name

Stockton Blvd Community Development Corporation

Year Established


Tax id (EIN)


Mission Category

Community Improvement, Capacity Building

Operating Budget


Organization Need

Funding: Program, Funding: Unrestricted, In-Kind Donations, Volunteers

Demographics Served

Asian/Pacific Islander, Black/African American, Women/Female-identifying

BIPOC Leadership

Executive Director/CEO

Local Counties Served


Equity Statement

Equity Statement



Service areas

Sacramento, CA, US, 95824

Sacramento, CA, US, 95820

Sacramento, CA, US, 95817

Sacramento, CA, US, 95823



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