• It’s the last day of our Monthly Sustaining Donor Drive!

    From all of us here, at 350 Sacramento, thank you for supporting our mission and helping us find systemic solutions to climate change issues. Today is the last day of our Sustaining Donor Drive. Your gift is needed NOW. Thank you for helping us reach our goal of $4,500 and 20 new sustaining donors! The […]

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  • Join us in Becoming a Sustaining Donor Today!

    A testimonial from one of our monthly sustaining donors: “What issue is most important? The climate. And what kind of activism is most effective? Local. That’s why I donate to 350 Sacramento” by Ryan Anderson. Your funds will support our work in building a movement, raising awareness, educating people, empowering and training the youth, advocating […]

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  • One Week Left: Contribute to our Sustaining Donor Drive

    A testimonial from one of our monthly sustaining donors: “The power of the money we invest in 350 Sacramento is amplified many times by the people power of the organization. It’ll take the 350 Sacramento fighting spirit in alliance with racial justice movements, the labor movement, and others to defeat greedy oil executives and save […]

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  • Become a Sustaining Donor today!

    You’ve heard it before – climate change is the largest threat facing the only planet we have to call home. There are many ways to combat climate change and we’re doing what we can – locally here in Sacramento. We are building a movement by raising awareness, empowering and educating, training the youth, advocating for […]

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  • Volunteer Highlight: Alex A.

    The volunteers of 350 Sacramento are a powerhouse and we often don’t get to hear their stories (because they’re so busy saving the planet!). So I’ve set out on a mission to occasionally highlight some of our volunteer superheroes! Stay on the lookout for more volunteer highlights. Q: Tell me a little about yourself and […]

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  • Coming up: Our first official sustaining donor drive!

    We are excited to announce our First Official Sustaining Donor Drive! We are asking the community to support the critical work we do in finding systemic solutions to climate change. This Drive takes place from September 1-10. Contributions will help continue our work in building a movement, raising awareness, educating people, empowering and training the […]

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  • IPCC Report: Thoughts and Feelings

    Let’s start off with this: What’s the deal with this IPCC report I keep hearing about? The IPCC is the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Basically, some of the good science-based folks at the United Nations assess what’s happening to the world regarding climate change. … And those good folks just released their latest findings. […]

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  • Volunteer Opportunity: Tabling on Electrification

    We have some tabling opportunities coming up to help educate our community about electrification. In case you want a short briefing on what that is yourself, check out this blog. We can use help getting the word out at two events: The Sacramento Home and Garden Show, October 8-10 Elk Grove Energy Expo, October 23 […]

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  • Refill Madness partners with 350 Sacramento

    Written by Roula E. Refill Madness shop owner Sloane Read has partnered with us in asking her patrons to get involved with 350 Sacramento and contribute to our cause. Please be sure to thank Sloane for supporting our organization when you shop at her store. Refill Madness is a Soap Refillery and Zero Waste Shop […]

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    Strong CAP Petition Sent to Supervisors

    We’ve now sent each Sac County Supervisor a 350 Sacramento Petition endorsed by their constituent and with most sent from a District resident. The Petitions ask the Supervisors to make sure the County adopts a strong Climate Action Plan (CAP), consistent with the County’s Climate Emergency Declaration and fully exercising the County’s authority to reduce […]

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