Sacramento Women Achieving Greatness
Sacramento Women Achieving Greatness' mission is to engage, educate, empower, and support a diverse community of professional women through our 3 pillars: Personal and Professional Development, Philanthropy, and Public Policy. SWAG is dedicated to creating a sisterhood that is committed to enriching our community while helping the women and girls of Sacramento become the best versions of themselves.
Speaker and Presenter
The Impact Foundry contributes to an effective and equitable social sector. We bring the four sectors of business, government, philanthropy, and nonprofits together.
Sacramento Latina Leaders Network
The Sacramento Latina Leaders Network celebrates and cultivates Latina leaders across all sectors and at all stages of their careers. We provide thoughtful and effective leadership development opportunities to advance the professional, personal and civic lives of emerging and prominent Latina leaders.
Sacramento Womens Small Business Accelerator
MAKEHERS Small Business Accelerator takes a holistic approach by supporting women through wellness, community support and financial empowerment.
My Sister's House
A Safe Haven
To serve 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.
Supporting newcomers on their path to stability, self-sufficiency, and belonging.
Immigration Legal Services, Refugee Programs, Economic Prosperity Programs, Survivors of Human Trafficking Programs, Health Programs, and more.
When everyone acts violence ends.
WEAVE is the primary provider of crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County.
Black Child Legacy Campaign
The Black Child Legacy Campaign is the community-driven movement established by the Steering Committee on Reduction of African American Child Deaths, which is working to reduce deaths of African American children by 10% to 20% by 2020 in Sacramento County.