Empower: A Legacy of Service
Join us for Valley Vision’s annual celebration featuring fine local foods, wines and craft beers, and an annual cause celebrating our region's nonprofit organizations making a difference in the lives of residents.
At a newly modeled event on May 25 where guests will enjoy an arrary of appetizers and mingle together in the beautiful California Museum courtyard, Valley Vision will recognize and celebrate our region's food banks, shelters, homeless advocates, and others to honor their important contributions and the good work they carry out every day. Please also consult the sponsor benefits document, which outlines the benefits that sponsors of the event can expect to receive. Click here to purchase individual tickets.
Meeting the basic needs of people living in our communities has long been a driving force behind much of Valley Vision’s work for more than two decades. That includes ensuring that those who need it most have access to healthy food, employment opportunities, health care and the Internet. In 2016, Valley Vision’s board formally adopted the Urban Jobs Initiative, a new longterm endeavor designed to open up access to opportunities for those living in concentrated poverty.
With these strategic goals taking center stage in Valley Vision’s 2017 work plan, we are pleased to bring together leaders from across the social service sector who are making a difference in the lives of thousands of our fellow citizens.
To celebrate with us, to sponsor or for more information, contact Susan Harris Brazelton at susan [dot] brazelton [at] valleyvision [dot] org or call (916) 826-5410.
Bank of America
Sacramento State University
Sierra Health Foundation
Sacramento Municipal Utility District
University of the Pacific
Western Health Advantage