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  • Sacramento's First Virtual Shelter from the Storm Event

    June 4th was VOA-NCNN's first virtual Shelter from the Storm event. Thank you to all who joined us to celebrate success stories and raise funds for vital programs in Northern California - all from the comfort of your home. You can still make a gift today to help close VOA's gap.

  • Kimberly and her family got off the river and into VOA Shelter

    Battling poverty and addiction for several years, Kim and her son lived in a tent along the river. Last year, they crossed paths with a VOA Board Member. Kim's path out of homelessness wasn't an easy one, but with your encouragement and support from community members like YOU- she did it.

  • Virtual Tour of Options for Recovery

    Enjoy our first Volunteers of America virtual program tour, as we lead up to virtual fundraising event on June 4th.

  • Jeff Powell recounts his experience at VOA

    Former VOA Jeff Powell recounts his experience at VOA, and talks about his sobriety.

  • Q&A with VOA-NCNN CEO, Leo McFarland

    In case you missed it, below is the recording from our live Q&A with VOA-NCNN CEO, Leo McFarland. Leo discusses how VOA programs are doing during this pandemic.

  • Who is on your mind during these hard times?

    Who is on your mind during these hard times? Seniors, foster youth, those experiencing homelessness, and veterans are on our minds here at VOA.

  • VOA receives over 4,300 masks from generous donors and volunteers

    Protecting staff, clients, and residents is our highest priority. Without protective gear, it’s almost impossible. From all of us at VOA, we thank the many volunteers who heeded the call – sewing, collecting, and donating more than 4,300 masks – with love – for our clients and staff.

  • Thanks to Raley's VOA is serving an additional 850 meals daily for those in need

    While we are all safely sheltered in place, many in our community could no longer access food. But thanks to Raley's VOA is serving an additional 850 meals daily for those in need.

  • Kimberly and her family got off the river and into VOA Shelter

    Battling poverty and addiction for several years, Kim and her son lived in a tent along the American River. Last year, they crossed paths with VOA Board Member Kent Lacin. Kim's path out of homelessness wasn't an easy one, but with your encouragement and support from community members like YOU- she did it.

  • A Story of Hope: Kathy

    Kathy, like many seniors in our community, lives on a very low fixed income. Kathy tried her best for many years to make ends meet, but as her health declined, it became impossible to cover even her most basic expenses.