On Big Day of Giving, caring people across the Sacramento region will come together to give to the local nonprofits they love—and, after a year of hardship, help make our community stronger, more equitable, and more vibrant than ever. NAMI Yolo County has joined this community-wide movement in an effort to raise funds for our various programs and resources for those with lived experience with mental illness.
WHAT IS BIG DAY OF GIVING?
A program of the Sacramento Region Community Foundation‘s initiative to grow local philanthropy, Big Day of Giving is an annual 24-hour community-wide movement that unites the region’s nonprofit sector to help raise unrestricted funds for the organizations that strengthen the capital area. Since 2013, the giving day has generated $52 million for more than 600 local nonprofits!
NAMI Yolo County provides its many services at no cost to community members. To continue to provide support and resources at no cost, NAMI Yolo County relies on the generosity of the community. Your support means the world to us and to those who attend our support groups and education classes. It is the generosity of our donors which makes everything we do possible.
We sincerely hope you will join us for the Big Day of Giving as we raise funds to support our programs and classes. One of our goals we hope to accomplish through funding from the Big Day of Giving is to start up a new education class, Mental Health 101. With your support, we will meet this goal and continue to create a stigma free environment and offer accessible resources for those with lived experience with mental illness.
You can learn more about Big Day of Giving, donate, how to create a fundraising page for your favorite non-profit, and view NAMI Yolo County’s fundraisers by going to our GivingEdge profile, linked below.