Community Benefit Stories
Food Literacy teaches children in low-income elementary schools cooking, nutrition, gardening, and active play to improve health, environment, and the economy. Sutter Health provides funding to help construct a one acre urban farm and garden.
Highlights of Sutter Health's 2022 investments, partnerships and impact in support of youth in the greater Sacramento valley area.
Behavioral health support center located at Grant Union High School in Del Paso Heights neighborhood. A partnership between Sutter Health, Twin Rivers Unified School District, Sacramento Native American Health Center, and Neighborhood Wellness.
Second Harvest distributes fresh groceries and food to low-income families in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties.
Boys & Girls Club of Placer County helps youth learn about good nutrition and how to make smart meal and snack choices. Members receive guidance in physically active programs, developing their coordination and leadership skills.
Sutter Health partners with Sacramento River Cats on Play Ball Weekend, a MLB & MiLB celebration dedicated to inspiring the next generation of baseball and softball players and fans — some in underserved communities.