Teens: we invite you to the Strive 4 Strength Retreat via Zoom on Saturday, April 16th! Featuring special guest speakers Shawn Harper and Carrie Grace
Strive for Strength is a youth-led local non-profit. Our high school board comes together and hosts a one-day retreat to educate the youth of our community about different topics, ranging from mental health to peer relationships. Every year focuses on a different 'theme,' this year's being self empowerment. We started in 2007 as a teen-led organization to educate, empower, and inform young girls, but have since branched out to all genders to help as many people as we can.
Join us via Zoom (code sent once registered)
Saturday, April 16, 2022
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Open to everyone ages 12-18
Join us for 1 Degree of Separation on April 23rd at Thrive Church, presented by Suicide Prevention Awareness Reflection Knowledge (SPARK)
JAnxiety, depression and suicidal thoughts increased during the pandemic with social isolation cited as a major cause. Our Teen Mental Health Resiliency Program continues to address these issues with a live performance that includes Aurora Singh, a member of the extended SASF family and community!
Come join us for a poignant and entertaining afternoon.
1 Degree of Separation
Saturday, April 23rd at 3PM
Thrive Church | 3109 Dwight Road | Elk Grove, CA 95758
We have reopened our registration and released more foursomes! Limited availability! Register now for SASF's Golf Tournament on Monday, May 23rd
Join us for a day of golf, food, and fun to benefit Sacramento Asian Sports Foundation! We are so excited to bring back the SASF Golf Tournament, taking place on Monday, May 23, 2022 at Valley Hi Country Club.
Regular registration is now open $150/person. Registration includes green fee, cart, range balls, and breakfast. We'll see you there!
We are still looking for sponsors for the Golf Tournament
SASF is dedicated to expanding our programs that help our community with education and career goals, physical and mental health support. Through the golf tournament we hope to raise funds to help support these programs. Our efforts would go even farther with tournament sponsors.
If you or your company is interested in being our official event sponsor, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the date! The Creative Space & Sacramento Asian Pacific Culture Village invite you to Asian Pacific Culturefest on Saturday, May 7th at SASF
In honor of National Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, The Creative Space and Sacramento Asian Pacific Cultural Village are hosting the first-ever Asian Pacific CultureFest! A free, inclusive, and family-friendly event, Asian Pacific CultureFest aims to celebrate and uplift the diversity of AAPI arts, creativity, heritage, and contributions throughout the Sacramento region. This event will have over 80+ AAPI-owned small businesses selling their products and multiple visual artists and performances showcasing various AAPI cultures. Be sure to come out on May 7th and support our amazing AAPI community!
SPARK Teens Isabella Paragas and Kayla Ha featured in Washington Post article: A year after the Atlanta shootings, Asian women live in fear: 'How are we all going to stay safe?'
We are very proud to share with the SASF community that Isabella Paragas and Kayla Ha, members of the SPARK program, are both featured in a recent Washington Post article, A year after the Atlanta shootings, Asian women live in fear: 'How are we all going to stay safe?'.
Thank you to Isabella and Kayla for sharing their stories with the world, we appreciate you and are proud of you!
Read the full article here
Friendly reminder: Big Day of Giving is just around the corner. Save the date for May 5th!
Our largest fundraiser of the year, Big Day of Giving, is just around the corner on May 5th. With the support of the Elk Grove and Sacramento communities, and your remarkable generosity, SASF raised $33,550 last year. Please mark your calendars and help us top last year's incredible donation total. All donations from Big Day of Giving go toward supporting our programs and events as well as the ongoing expenses of our facility. SASF could not persist without your generosity and support, it is much appreciated.
We are extremely grateful to the many individuals, families and businesses who continue to support and donate to the SASF throughout the year. Without your unwavering support, SASF would have had a difficult time surviving the challenges of the past year. Thank you for the following donations received this past month:
- Deann and Evan Kanenaga for pickleball
- Margaret Ching via United Way
- Randy Uda via PG&E
- Richard Kai
- Florence Oto Wong in memory of Steve Matsuura
- Joanne Morita in memory of Steve Matsuura
- Karen Tokunaga for Strive 4 Strength
SASF relies on the generous donations from community members to fund the day-to-day operations of the facility, and the support the sports and youth programs.
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