What our partners are saying:

“The Sacramento Sustainability Academy has had a major impact on our community and organization. Our program fellows work with community partner organizations such as SMUD, Community Shop Class, Yisreal Family Farms, Safe Harbor Sustainable Eco-Housing, and the Neighborhood Wellness Foundation. We have worked in urban farms and community gardens planting trees and seasonal crops, building projects for a tiny home village, and installing irrigation systems. Youth Jobs Corps has been an excellent opportunity for Sierra Service Project to grow our local programs and offer a program that empowers, educates, and trains youth to serve the greater community.”

Maximilian Rosa
Sacramento Programs Manager 
Sacramento Sustainability Academy

“The support offered by California Climate Action Corps is critical to our food rescue program. We can save over 8,000 pounds of edible food per month that would otherwise end up in landfills and distribute it to our community thanks to this program!”

Monica Rosquillas
San Jose Conservation Corps + Charter School

Improve Your Tomorrow

“The work from our AmeriCorps mentors is the heart of what we do here at Improve Your Tomorrow. AmeriCorps mentors connect with and inspire change in the lives of brothers in the community through a game of basketball or one-on-one chats. Mentors carry their work with pride, and as they understand that it took others investing in their success, in return, they dedicate time towards uplifting the next generation. Our mentors do life-changing work, and we couldn’t be more grateful for our partnership with AmeriCorps California.”

Mike Casper
Chief Operating Officer
Improve Your Tomorrow

“With California Climate Action Corps and our fellows, Tree San Diego’s capacity has grown substantially. We hosted fellows last term, and they allowed us to execute our project in a more holistic and thoughtful way. The same can be said for this term and we are starting on a brand-new project, so bringing in these different perspectives and highly motivated young professionals creates a positive work environment.”

James Berry
California Climate Action Corps Alumnus
Tree San Diego

Service partner, Lorena Marroquin, is impressed with the significant benefits of #CaliforniansForAll College Corps for her community and for the service fellows. “What is really great about this program is that it embodies a multi-faceted approach for success. It provides food assistance, financial security/stability, workforce development, civic leadership and educational attainment. All research has shown that you can only impact or create a healthy community if you could address social determinants of health. This program does just that.”

Lorena Marroquin
Director of Community Impact
FIND Food Bank