Housed in the backyard of California’s Capital, the Sacramento Latino Giving Circle is an intergenerational, diverse community who intimately know the potential and power of civic action. Launched in 2017 this group knows the responsibility they hold leading from the state’s capital and is constantly on the hunt for how to collaborate with their community partners. They fund organizations working in Sacramento, Yolo, and Placer counties.
Given in Grants
Words from Members
Being part of the Sacramento Giving Circle is my opportunity to put my money where my heart is… con mi comunidad. Our circle is made up of gente that care about Sacramento and we show that by promoting and funding the Latinos who are doing the work to make our community a better place for people like us.
I love the community we’re building among Latino leaders in the region.
“For it is in giving that we receive…” – St. Francis of Assisi
The Sacramento Latino Giving Circle has given me the opportunity to support our local community and connect with other Latinos in my area.
Our Current Grantees
This Year’s Giving Timeline: February 18 | July TBD | September 23
Giving Circles have three official grantmaking meetings with LCF staff – from helping define funding priorities to meeting with nonprofit organizations. Throughout the year, Giving Circles also host socials, and members are invited to join network wide events, including the LGCN Retreat. Interested in attending a meeting? Contact us here.
About the Latino Giving Circle Network
The Latino Giving Circle Network is the largest network of Latinx philanthropists in the country. From Baby Boomers to Millennials, CEOs to emerging professionals, immigrants to US-born, Latinos and non-Latinos, we are part of a united movement inspired by the power of giving and civic engagement. The funding from these Giving Circles supports grassroots Latinx-led nonprofits, working on the frontlines with Latinx youth and families. These emerging community-rooted organizations are often overlooked by traditional philanthropy. We exist to change that. Learn more about the Network here.