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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.

  • CVC Construction

    CVC inspires us and our community with their generosity and selfless service. As an organization we are stronger because of their commitment to our work and mission. CVC employees host a large Christmas party at the Family Shelter every year, they fundraise for VOA programs and donate backpacks and school supplies during our Operation Backpack campaign. Led by Paul Esch, President and CEO, CVC is truly one of a kind and their support brought hundreds of individuals out of homelessness for good.

  • Wells Fargo

    Volunteers of America is fortunate to have a partner like Wells Fargo who believes everyone should have a safe place to call home. In 2018 many pressures in the Sacramento area have continued to exacerbate affordability issues for both first-time home-buyers and renters. The combination of housing supply challenges, increasing transitions to rentals and net gains of homeowners moving from more expensive Bay Area communities leave Sacramento struggling to find homes and even temporary shelter. Kären Woodruff states, "We are excited to support new and creative ways to provide homes for those that want them.

  • Nell J. Redfield Foundation

    The Nell J. Redfield Foundation is an important partner helping to support programs that help advance the care of the handicapped, children, the aged, education, and religion.

  • Our Little Light Foundation

    Our Little Light Foundation has been an important supporter of Volunteers of America, and our work with the homeless population. Our Little Light Foundation is committed to helping promote the health, wellbeing and education of children, youth and families. Their doing so makes our communities better places to live and work. VOA's partnership with Our Little Light Foundation is an important component in funding programs that help individuals and families leave poverty and homelessness behind for good.

  • NV Energy

    The NV Energy Foundation has been a proud supporter of Volunteers of America since 2011, with gifts totaling over $45,900. The NV Energy Foundation is committed to connecting with the community through philanthropic efforts, including civic leadership, financial contributions and volunteerism. Doing so makes our communities better places to live and work, which in turn makes them better places to do business. This partnership with the NV Energy Foundation and their “Power of Good” is an important component in funding programs that help individuals and families leave poverty and homelessness behind for good.

  • Sutter Health

    This incredible organization is not only generous with their finances, but their employees have the biggest hearts. Every year Sutter Health sponsors our back to school campaign called Operation Backpack. During Operation Backpack Sutter Health employees donate backpacks, school supplies as well as their time. Thanks to their kindness and compassion thousands of students in need go back to school prepared and with hearts full of hope.

  • AT&T Nevada

    AT&T Nevada is dedicated to giving back to the communities we serve. AT&T supports the Reno Works program’s goal of helping residents overcome challenges that have led to homelessness, so they can get back on their feet, reenter the workforce and reclaim their lives. Reno Works graduates have the kind of determination and dedication that AT&T is proud to support.

  • Bank of America

    We are grateful to the Bank of America Foundation for awarding us $10,000 in support of the Employment Program at the Volunteers of America Mather Community Campus, and $10,000 to Reno works. It is partners with a rich history like Bank of America that ensure our continued success in getting individuals employed and back on their feet.

  • Waste Management

    Waste Management is dedicated to giving back to the communities we serve. We support the Reno Works program’s goal of helping residents overcome challenges that have led to homelessness, so they can get back on their feet, reenter the workforce and reclaim their lives. Reno Works graduates have the kind of determination and dedication we look for in WM team members.

  • Niagara Bottling

    Family owned and operated since 1963, Niagara Bottling is the largest private label bottled water supplier in the United States. Niagara Bottling and their philanthropic division, Niagara Cares, is committed to supporting local and national community initiatives by engaging stakeholders and investing its resources for vulnerable children and their families. Volunteers of America is working with Niagara Bottling to fund key improvements in our children and youth programs in their local communities.

  • Juice Plus+

    Juice Plus+ ® has been a strong supporter of Volunteers of America since 1988. The generosity of Juice Plus+ and their employees help deliver community programs that address today's most pressing social needs, from hunger to housing. We are grateful Juice Plus+ recently announced a goal to expand its philanthropic initiative through a commitment to donate 10 million Complete Shake Meals to nourish men, women, and children across the country. This new commitment includes donations to 17 different affiliates. We are proud to partner with Juice Plus+ to serve America's most vulnerable

VOA Partnership in Action

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    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!

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    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.

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    SMUD helps beautify VOA's Mather Community Campus

    This fall 122 volunteers from SMUD came out to VOA's Mather Community Campus to help improve the program inside and out. The SMUD volunteers painted buildings, planted trees, built furniture, put new bark in at the playground, gardened, and much more. We couldn't do it without them! #SMUDCares