Our next 100+ Women Who Care Sacramento Valley meeting:

Date: Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Time:  Meet and Greet from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and the meeting will go from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Location:  425 University Avenue (parking lot), Sacramento, CA 95825

 If you cannot attend the meeting, please send regrets to  After the meeting, you will receive an email with the name of the organization we selected. Log into your Grapevine account to make your donation.  Remember, even if you don’t vote, you are still committed to making your donation.

The three organizations selected for the June 1st meeting are listed below.
Each organization will send a representative to speak for 5 minutes at the meeting about why they deserve our vote.  Then we will vote and choose the recipient of our contributions for that meeting.

(Click on the organizations’ names to visit their websites.)

The HCRI – Joshua’s House Volunteer Hospice
The Health Communication Research Institute, Inc. (HCRI, Inc.), was founded in 1989 with a mission to improve doctor/patient communication, specifically around end-of-life conversations. In 2015, HCRI, Inc. began a new journey – to create a hospice house for the terminally ill homeless in Sacramento, CA – Joshua’s House Volunteer Hospice – in memory of a young man, Joshua Lee Nielson (1980-2014), who had a vision of preventing these men and women from dying alone, scared and in pain on the streets or along the rivers of our community.

Sacramento Valley Conservancy
The Sacramento Valley Conservancy’s mission is to preserve the beauty, character and biodiversity of the Sacramento Valley landscape by protecting and stewarding natural and working lands, and scenic open spaces for the benefit of current and future generations. Our land protection and conservation efforts provide benefits to animals, plants and all people and for future generations. We value and seek inclusion of diverse partner organizations and community members in our efforts to fulfill our mission.

Breakthrough Sacramento
Breakthrough Sacramento’s mission is to motivate and enable middle school and high school students from under-resourced communities pursue access to a college education.  The way we do it is to harness the energy and passion of college and high school students as teachers and tutors. Breakthrough Sacramento provides a year-round, tuition-free, college preparatory program for academically-motivated, ethnically diverse students from under-resourced schools in the Sacramento area.