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Hands4Hope is participating in the Big Day of Giving, a 24-hour giving challenge hosted by the Sacramento Region Community Foundation to bring the local community together and raise funds and awareness for nonprofits.  

Here are ways to participate in this challenge:



Last year, we doubled our goal and raised over $20,000!


With last year’s donations, Hands4Hope was able to strengthen, and expand our Education and Community Engagement programs, enabling 1,400 youth to identify, create, and implement 248 outreach events and projects, benefiting 14,000 individuals in need. While helping fill unmet community needs, these youth are also building vital skills like collaboration, communication, marketing, and budgeting that will serve them throughout their lives.


Please help us reach our goal of again raising $20,000 and 150 new donors!


On April 15th, pre-schedule your donation at

and make a tax-deductible gift to Hands4Hope.


Donations will process and be logged on May 2nd.


On May 2nd, starting at 12:00 am midnight, make a tax-deductible gift to Hands4Hope. You will have 24 hours to make your donation; all giving will end at 11:59 pm on May 2nd.



Cash or checks can be brought to the office are not subject to the transaction fee and will be added to our total Big Day goal!  


Click here to find out where to bring your cash or check.

Dine out

dine out

May 2nd

On May 2nd, Dine out at El Dorado Saloon and Grill on Embarcadero Drive in El Dorado Hills. They are joining us and will donate 10% of their profits to Hands4Hope.


$100 funds one youth to participate in 6 organized, hands-on outreach events

$250 funds supplies for our youth to prepare and distribute 400+ meals to individuals in need

$800 funds operation of the Hands4Hope Youth Center for one month

$1,500 funds an on-campus Service Learning Club for one semester for 30 students to learn how to identify a need and create, execute, and evaluate a project to fulfill that need

$3,000 funds an entire school year of a Service Learning Club (2 projects)

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