Season of Service

2015 Final Report

Thanks for serving!

The past four months have certainly been impactful for the Greater Sacramento region. As the region's fourth Season of Service comes to a close, we celebrate the many churches who collaborated together with other churches, non-profits, schools and other entities to love and serve communities throughout the region in tangible ways. Below are a few pictures and statistics of service projects that happened this Season. But, behind the numbers, there are thousands of stories of relationships that were built, both big and small differences that were made, and lives that were changed for people who call the Sacramento Region their home. We are certainly seeing our mission come to fruition: raising the ongoing level of service in the region!


To all who participated, THANK YOU for making the Sacramento Region a better place to live. We hope that one of these stories belongs to you!


Serving with you,


Megan McCleary

Serve Sacramento Director

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Celebrate with us at the Ballpark

First and foremost – if you are coming to the game, please bring non-perishable food items to give to Elk Grove Food Bank, Twin Lakes Food Bank and Orangevale Food Bank who will have trucks at the front gate! We are only 2 days away from our Season of Service Celebration at Raley Field - Friday night, May 22 at 7pm - and tickets are going fast. It is going to be a FULL HOUSE to hear about this Season of Service. Make sure to get your tickets before they sell out!


Tickets for the event can be purchased here (Select: Serve Sacramento and enter code: SERVESAC). Group tickets can be purchased by contacting Alex Harbowy at (916)376-4869 or aharbowy@rivercats.com

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Keep up to date on what we are doing by visiting our website and following our facebook,instagram, and twitter accounts. We are looking forward to sharing this Season with you!