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Table Captain Reference

The Shelter from the Storm Annual Breakfast

Information and Inspiration for our Table Captains

Annual Shelter from the Storm Breakfast Fundraiser

SftS Breakfasts are held annually in each region

Bay Area | Sacramento | Reno

Thank you for agreeing to serve as a Table Captain!

  • This FREE EVENT is an inspirational hour of presentations that allows the stories and faces of Volunteers of America to come alive.
  • The breakfast will allow your guests to better understand our mission and to see first hand a few of the individuals and families that have gone from crisis to stability in our programs.
  • There is no requirement to make a gift; but we do hope they will be inspired enough to decide to contribute, want to learn more and/or become involved with us.
  • This page will provide YOU information and tips to filling your table - as well as content to share with those you invite to give them a sneak peek at some of the wonderful individuals that have previously shared their stories.

At the breakfast a short film, customized for each region, will be premiered

The event will also broadcast LIVE on Facebook for those unable to attend


  • WATCH THE DUE DATES FOR GUEST LISTS Please make sure ALL contact details are completed on the form (a pdf version is located below)
  • IT'S OK TO FILL MORE THAN 1 TABLE! Have a lot of friends and contacts you wish to have attend? Go for it! We can easily accommodate multiple tables for you.



Employment Changes Lives Forever! Volunteers of America Northern California & Northern Nevada celebrates the men and women who had the courage to accept the hand up and out of homelessness through employment and housing programs provided by VOA-NCNN Mather Community Campus.

Because of You - there is HOPE! From crisis to are just a few of those that you have helped through Volunteers of America Northern California & Northern Nevada programs.

Shelter from the Storm 2017 Sacramento A Voice for Others - Michelle Evangelista, is a current student at the VOA-NCNN Mather Community Campus in Rancho Cordova, CA and a great leader. Here is her story in her own words.

Changing lives thru employment Volunteers of America's Re-entry programs changes lives and starts new futures everyday. READ & WATCH more in this Sacramento Bee article