Sacramento ACT

Reviewed by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation

$3,745 raised by 49 donors

54% complete

$7,000 Goal

Understanding that people lead intersectional lives, each of our local organizing committees (LOC) looks at the ways that their issue areas intersect with the biggest challenges facing our region:  homelessness and housing, mental health and health care, public safety, children and youth, immigration. This will inform how we choose to focus strategy and specific issue campaigns.

ACT recognizes our niche as bridge builders.  We are committed to bringing people together to find solutions to the challenges that face us, and to encourage unlikely partners to work together with common purpose.

We will continue to work with congregations to bring the voices of the faith community into public discourse, to shape a moral vision and calls to action based on our shared faith values. 

As we look forward to the next 5 years, we are committed to building power to ensure that these community priorities become our city and county and regional priorities. We are committed to equity in systems, policy, and resource allocation. 

Recognizing that we do not touch every impacted community, we are committed to ensuring that community partners have a better understanding of how organizing can be a tool for structural change, and how we can work together for the change we seek.  We will share our expertise in organizing as allies to community partners.

Giving Activity


Sacramento ACT exists to activate people to reclaim their faith; to create change and healing in the community. Sacramento ACT is a faith-based organization that develops people through the power of storytelling and relationships to identify community issues and solutions.


Unrestricted funds to cover travel, transportation, child care, live and written translation services, meeting expenses and stipends.

Equity Statement

ACT’s guiding moral and faith vision calls us to build a community that prioritizes racial and economic equity in all decision making and allocation of resources. We return to a guiding question of “how are the children?” as a basic indicator of regional health since upstream forces greatly impact children.

Organization Data


Organization name

Sacramento ACT

Tax id (EIN)


Mission Category

Civil Rights, Social Action & Advocacy

Operating Budget

$1,000,001-$5 million

Organization Need

Funding: Unrestricted

Demographics Served

Immigrants & refugees, Low-income individuals/families, General population

BIPOC Leadership

Both the Executive Director & Board Chair

Counties Served


Equity Statement

Equity Statement


2701 Del Paso Road STE 130-601
Sacramento, CA 95835

Service areas

Sacramento County, CA, US



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