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ART EDUCATION SERVICES - FCH

FOX CULTURAL HALL #4664380


location_on A
  • 8707 North Lake Blvd
    Kings Beach, Placer

Fox Cultural Hall offers visual art education and performing art and cultural education. Programs for students include a Performing Arts program and a Visual Arts Artist in Residence program. Public programs include onSTAGE, arTRIAN, the Mural Project, and the Mexican Heritage Festival.

Fox Cultural Hall serves 23 regional schools in California and Nevada and dozens of communities creating a service area spanning two states and three counties.

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVOR SERVICES - MSH

MY SISTER'S HOUSE #65631010


location_on B
  • 3053 Freeport Boulevard
    Sacramento, Sacramento

My Sister’s House serves Asian and Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking by providing a culturally appropriate and responsive safe haven, job training, and community services.
EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL ENRICHMENT - STAR EDUCATION

STAR EDUCATION #65631449


location_on C
  • 4145 Delmar Avenue
    Rocklin, Placer

Working with superintendents, principals, teachers, and parents as well as local agencies and community groups, STAR provides educational and cultural enrichment opportunities.

Academic programs feature daily tutoring in math and literacy as well as school assemblies and innovative outreach programs. STAR offers its programs and events after school and in school, on nights and on weekends, at schools, community centers, restaurant/entertainment locations, museums and more.

Among their most successful cultural enrichment endeavors is the RockSTAR Music Education program, which teaches kindergarten through sixth-grade students how to play guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards, how to compose their own songs and how to perform rock 'n roll hits. Students form their own bands and learn musical skills, teamwork and professionalism as they embrace the power of rock. Students in their RockSTAR program as well as those in their other performance-oriented programs get the opportunity to showcase th… [read more]
FIREHOUSE NO. 1 MUSEUM - NCHS

NEVADA COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY #4661637


location_on D
  • 214 Main Street
    Nevada City, Nevada
local_phone
  • Nevada Co. Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum
    530-470-0902

Provides opportunity for visitors to the Historic Firehouse No. 1, which  was completed in the Spring of 1861, and housed the Nevada Hose Company No. 1 from 1861 to 1938.

Displays historical collections from the history of early Nevada City, including the Nisenan Indians, the Donner Party, the Chinese and daily life in Nevada County, featuring wedding dresses and an ornate miniature doll house.
LATINO LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (LLC)

LATINO LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (LLC) #65631317


location_on E
  • 2945 Bell Road
    Auburn, Placer
local_phone
  • Celina Salas, Promotora Manager
    916-802-2260

Dedicated to advancing the wellness and leadership capacity of Latino populations of Greater Sacramento region.

Provides the following to Latino communities and public and private partners:
  • Education
  • Advocacy
  • Cultural proficiency
  • Capacity building

Consists of individuals who provide a multitude of services to the underserved Spanish-speaking populations through agencies, non-profits, faith-based organizations, businesses, and grass roots initiatives.

Connects families with Promotores, who are trained bilingual, bicultural individuals who:
  • Help families navigate the system and access resources
  • Provide advocacy and support
  • Connect to transportation if needed
  • Assist health care and service providers to deliver care in a culturally meaningful manner
  • ​Offer support groups and classes for women, mothers, and youth

To make a promotor/a referral, please make the referral online at https://www.latinoleadershipcouncil.org/referral

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MEXICAN CONSULATE - SACRAMENTO REGION

CONSULATE GENERAL OF MEXICO #65630911


location_on F
  • 2093 Arena Boulevard
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-536-6599

A consulate is a diplomatic office location of another country. Its focus is mainly on providing services to its country’s citizens in the host country, such as issuing passports, providing help during emergencies, and helping with legal and administrative matters. Consulates may also promote trade and economic relations between the two countries.

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NISENAN INDIGENOUS CULTURAL RESOURCES - CHIRP

CALIFORNIA HERITAGE INDIGENOUS RESEARCH PROJECT (CHIRP) #88640026


Homeland Return 2024
The Nevada City Rancheria Nisenan Tribe has a time-limited opportunity to purchase 232 acres located on a historic Nisenan Village site called Yulića near Nevada City - what is currently known as Woolman.

As of January 8, 2024, CHIRP deposited $75,000 into an escrow account to acquire Woolman as a land base for the Tribe. CHIRP has until April 4th, 2024 to raise the additional $1.5 million to purchase the property, with a total fundraising goal of $2.4 million for the purchase price, government required improvements, and an operating endowment. 

This is the Tribe’s best opportunity to re-establish a homeland in more than half a century, and they are seeking community financial help to make it happen.
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The California Heritage: Indigenous Research Project (CHIRP) is guided by the Nevada City Rancheria Tribal Council. Over the years, the organization has grown in focus and capacity to better serve the Tribe’s goals and n… [read more]
REFUGEE & TRAFFICKING SURVIVOR SERVICES - ODI

OPENING DOORS, INC #65631021


location_on G
  • 1111 Howe Avenue, Suite 125
    Sacramento, Sacramento

Opening Doors, Inc helps underserved members of the Greater Sacramento Area access opportunities within the US social and economic system. Their programs help those escaping human trafficking and newly arrived refugees to start safe and healthy lives. They provide low-cost immigration legal services, financial education classes, and small business support programs.

They do this with a multi-cultural staff and volunteers who respect the cultural identities and individual goals of their clients.

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