Our Partners

Volunteers of America Northern California & Northern Nevada appreciates the support of our corporate and community partners who enrich the work we do and allow us to best serve those who are most in need. With the support from our partners, we can continue to fund existing programs and respond to emerging needs – all with attention to the quantity and quality of the assistance we provide.




Linda and Richard Bedell

Nancy and Gary Fletcher

Beth Mullen

Amy L. Widsten Foundation

Powell Enterprises A Partnership

Jeannine English and Howard Dickstein

Greg and Carole Kassis

Jacob Rosenberg and Patricia Reed

Donant Foundation

Sutter Health

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield

Maureen Lyons

Rick and Debbie Yaver

Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council

US Bank


Cindy Carano

Greg and Linda Grant

Leo McFarland

Elliott Homes, Inc.

Mary Ellen Browning Memorial Trust Fund

Sierra Air, Inc.

Wood Rodgers, Inc.

Don and Linda Esch

Susan Hill

Debra Morrow-Boivin and John J. Boivin

Gorelick Family Fund at the Community Foundation of Northern Nevada

Mikuni Charitable Organization

Stollmeyer Family Fund of the Marin Community Foundation

Woodside Homes

Nancy and Gary Fletcher

Doug Kleinsmith

Patricia Paul

Lewis Kassis Foundation

Pfund Family Foundation

Western Nevada Supply

Sutter Health Supports Operation Backpack

Sutter Health supports VOA’s Operation Backpack each year by being the campaign’s presenting sponsor. In addition to their sponsorships, they collect backpacks at all of their locations, and collected a total of 1,326 backpacks in 2019! We thank Sutter Health for their ongoing support and commitment to the children in our communities!

Les Schwab puts on VOA’s annual Toy Drive

Les Schwab partners with Volunteers of America every year to collect and distribute toys donated from the public and their employees. These toys go to children living in our shelters, and transitional housing programs.

Starbucks provides food and school supplies to families in South Sacramento

This last Halloween Starbucks with other community partners and over 100 volunteers came together to give out 1,200 boxes of food and school supplies to families in South Sacramento.

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