Join us for Big Day of Giving-BDOG 2015

Say It Loud - Support SAANC on Big Day of Giving-BDOG 2015

May 5th is the Big Day of Giving and we invite you to support Sac Cultural Hub Media Foundation and the 10-20 Black nonprofit organizations participating in the annual Big Day of Giving-BDOG.  This year several African American nonprofits in Sacramento have joined together as SAANC-Sacramento African American Nonprofit Coalition.  SAANC’s mission is to increase awareness and inform the community about all the vital educational/academic, entrepreneurship, health access, and art programs offered to youth-at-risk and families by these organizations. 

We encourage you to join us for a live jazz artist performance and appetizers on Tuesday, May 5th from 5 pm to 7:30 pm at the Sojourner Truth Multicultural Art Museum, 2251 Florin Rd in South Sacramento (nearest cross street is 24th) to learn about the incredible work these non-profits are doing in your community. Be sure to SAVE THE DATE, share our message, and watch for Sac Hub eblast updates on how you can support the SAANC-Sacramento African American Nonprofit Coalition.  To learn more about each member of SAANC and what they do to positively impact the community, click the links below and check out our video clip on YouTube – SAY IT LOUD Support US on Big Day of Giving:


Black United Fund of Sacramento Valley (BUFSV)

BEST Program—Building Empowerment Skills Today

Roberts Family Development Center

Sac Cultural Hub Media Foundation (SCHMF)

Sisters of Nia

Sojourner Truth African American Museum

Travelers’ Aid International

Yes2Kollege Education Resources

If you have questions about SAANC, e-mail or call (916) 234-3589.

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