HOMELESS OUTREACH – MARCH 16

HOMELESS OUTREACH – MARCH 16

SATURDAY, MARCH 16


We will be hosting our next Homeless Outreach to the unhoused community on Saturday, March 16, from 10am-12pm. Our outreach program includes distributing food, hygiene items and other essentials, and visiting the unhoused by Richards Blvd near C Street, Union Gospel Mission, Loaves and Fishes, and Cesar Chavez.

Those who sign up for this date will meet at the Warehouse at 10am for a rally with Pastor Rick and carpool to the various distribution locations. 

Those who have signed up at our volunteer link get first pick for the opportunities to serve. So make sure you have signed up here! There will be another email from “Planning Center Services” that allows you to sign up for the specific categories like bag prep, bag transportation (drivers), and bag distribution if you have signed up to serve in this way. 

Time: 10am-12pm

Address:
10151 Croydon Way Suite 3, Sacramento, CA, 95827

Parking:
Parking is limited. We ask that you carpool if you can! We suggest to park along Croydon Way (see image below). Since business hours are closed, you can park across the street in the empty parking lot. There is minimal parking behind the warehouse as well.

OUTREACH AT HIGHER LEARNING – FEB 27

OUTREACH AT HIGHER LEARNING – FEB 27

TUESDAY, FEB 27


We will be hosting a food giveaway to a low-income community of Higher Learning elementary school on Tuesday, February 27, from 3:30-5:30pm. Our distribution program includes a grocery bag of food, household goods and other essentials in partnership with Gateway Community Charters.

Those who sign up for this date will meet at the Higher Learning elementary school at 2:30pm for a rally with Pastor Rick and instructions for the giveaway. 

Those who have signed up at our volunteer link get first pick for the opportunities to serve. So make sure you have signed up here! There will be an email from “Planning Center Services” that allows you to sign up for the specific categories like bag prep, set up, and bag distribution if you have signed up to serve in this way. 

Time: 2:30-5:30pm

Address: 900 Grace Avenue, Sacramento, CA, 95838

BRIDGE THE DIVIDE –   FEB 22

BRIDGE THE DIVIDE – FEB 22

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22


Capital Compassion and Friends of the Neighborhood invite you to join us for a journey to bridge the divide, informed by the Scriptures, led by Pastor Rick Cole on Thursday, February 22, at 6:30pm. Located in the heart of Oak Park, we will experience worship and a message that will bring hope to your soul. Start the new year off with friends, family, and inspiration.   

Our world is diverse, filled with people of different backgrounds, beliefs, and experiences. While this diversity is a source of strength, it can also lead to division and misunderstanding. Pastor Rick is uniting with LaMond Harrison and Friends of the Neighborhood for an evening of worship and inspiration. 

Time: 6:30-8pm

Address: Oak Park- 2863 35th Street 

HOMELESS OUTREACH – FEB 10

HOMELESS OUTREACH – FEB 10

SATURDAY, FEB 10


We will be hosting our next Homeless Outreach to the unhoused community on Saturday, February 10, from 10am-12pm. Our outreach program includes distributing food, hygiene items and other essentials, and visiting the unhoused by Richards Blvd near C Street, Union Gospel Mission, Loaves and Fishes, and Cesar Chavez.

Those who sign up for this date will meet at the Warehouse at 10am for a rally with Pastor Rick and carpool to the various distribution locations. 

Those who have signed up at our volunteer link get first pick for the opportunities to serve. So make sure you have signed up here! There will be another email from “Planning Center Services” that allows you to sign up for the specific categories like bag prep, bag transportation (drivers), and bag distribution if you have signed up to serve in this way. 

Time: 10am-12pm

Address:
10151 Croydon Way Suite 3, Sacramento, CA, 95827

Parking:
Parking is limited. We ask that you carpool if you can! We suggest to park along Croydon Way (see image below). Since business hours are closed, you can park across the street in the empty parking lot. There is minimal parking behind the warehouse as well. 

PARTNER ORIENTATION – FEB 6

PARTNER ORIENTATION – FEB 6

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6 AT 10AM

 

HOPE FOR THE SACRAMENTO COMMUNITY

Capital Christian Center wants to partner with you to help our neighbors in Sacramento! You are invited to attend an orientation on Tuesday, February 6, at 10am.

Through collaborating with churches and non-profit organizations all over Northern California we are serving our communities by meeting their practical needs at little cost. You can make a huge impact in your neighborhood through passing out goods like diapers, furniture, household items, and more!

Alone we can do so little, but together we can do so much. Come check out our warehouse and begin to dream for your neighbors. The orientation includes a Q&A, walkthrough, and hands on training so the goods can begin to make an impact in your community.

YEAR-END GIVING STATEMENTS

YEAR-END GIVING STATEMENTS

MAILING BY JANUARY 31

 

GIVING STATEMENTS

As a Jesus-centered compassion organization, we strive to be good stewards of the resources you entrust to us. With God’s blessing and your ongoing support, we will continue to provide food/hunger aid, refugee assistance, unhoused initiatives, special needs job training programs, and bridge building in the Sacramento region.  

Giving statements are currently being prepared and will be mailed by January 31, 2024, to all donors who have given to Capital Christian Center and Capital Outreach/Compassion. All 2023 giving to Capital Christian Center or Capital Outreach/Compassion will be accounted for in the statement you will receive. Capital Outreach/Compassion is not separate from Capital Christian Center, it is a continuation of Capital Christian Center missionally.  

As a supporter of Capital over the last four months of 2023, you have enabled us to deliver spiritual, economic, social, and physical care to over 1,200 families or individuals in need across our county. We expanded our partnerships to include 32 churches and/or non-profits as we reached out to our neighbors.  

Thank you for your unwavering support in 2023 and we look forward to increasing our impact in 2024.  

You are a blessing in this Kingdom work. 

Prayerfully, 

 

Rick Cole 

Capital Compassion