Sacramento ACT's members include over 56 congregations, schools, and neighborhood groups, representing 60,000 families in Sacramento County.
At the center of our model of congregation-based community organizing is a belief in the potential for transformation -- of people, institutions, and our larger culture. This belief stems directly from ACT's roots in faith communities, and radiates throughout the organization, influencing the way ACT relates to public officials, to community members, and to one another.
Our vision is for a Sacramento made up of thriving neighborhoods in which residents can work, go to school, shop and have opportunities for recreation. Neighborhoods are connected to each other and the urban core through excellent and affordable public transit.