The SHARE Institute

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The SHARE Institute started its operations in the year 2000.  The primary program was aimed at funding non-profit organizations operating in developing countries.  SHARE provided grants to Non-profit organizations around the world to fund projects including micro-credit programs, education and health workshops, and grants aimed at improving the health and well-being of women and children.  SHARE started its domestic program helping the homeless and public-school children in the year 2003.  Today, SHARE is proud of having completed 210 projects in 28 countries, and over 80 projects within the United States, with domestic efforts focused primarily in the Sacramento area.


The mission of the SHARE Institute is to establish collaborative relationships that foster the well-being and empowerment of individuals, organizations, and communities, both nationally and internationally, with respect and sensitivity for cultural and ethnic diversity.


Administrative staff member for bookkeeping and filing.

Skilled worker in multimedia and networking to promote SHARE.

Connections with elementary schools to implement the Cultural Awareness Program.

Carry out gardening tasks such as planting, weeding, and harvesting.

Funds for seeds, fertilizers, and drip irrigation.

Equity Statement

Organization Data


Organization name

The SHARE Institute

Year Established


Tax id (EIN)


Mission Category

Community Improvement, Capacity Building

Operating Budget


Organization Need

Funding: Program, Funding: Other, Volunteers

Demographics Served

Youth & Children, Women/Female-identifying

Local Counties Served



8370 Sunset Avenue
Fair Oaks, CA 95628

Service areas

Sacramento, CA, US



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