Join Us - Empower Regional Nonprofits on May 25!

Join Us May 25 in Honor of Regional Nonprofits Making a Difference!

A thriving region depends on a network of compassionate organizations committed to making a high quality of life accessible to all. That’s why Valley Vision is proud to celebrate the accomplishments of our region’s food banks, homeless shelters, child advocacy groups, health clinics and other social service providers who are restoring hope and improving people’s lives at Valley Vision’s signature event to be held at the California Museum on May 25, 2017.

We hope you will join us for a truly unique celebration that recognizes our region’s dedicated nonprofit organizations and their leaders who are transforming the lives of thousands!

If you are interested in joining the following sponsors in supporting this event, please click here. Individual tickets can be purchased here.

Presenting sponsor:


Platinum sponsors:


Gold sponsors:

3fold Communications

Bank of America

Downey Brand

Kaiser Permanente

Sacramento State University

Sacramento Kings

Sierra Health Foundation

Sacramento Municipal Utility District

University of the Pacific

Western Health Advantage

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