Virtual and Remote Opportunties to help in our Community


Team Giving’s nonprofit partners are still striving to help their clients and community this holiday season! Our uncertain times are creating quite a challenge, but here are some ways you may be able to help!

If you are able to assist, please let the nonprofit know: “This connection was made possible by Team Giving!”

Sabryna Roberson * * 916.824.2118



AMBASSADOR’S ADOPT-A-FAMILY PROGRAM  100% of proceeds benefit multiple local families - supplying holiday gifts, clothing, and food. donate for local families 
*Please contact Allyson, Ambassador Program of Rocklin Chamber:  (916) 441-1243

ANGEL TREE PROGRAM - “Adopt” a child by choosing a gift tag between NOV 24th-DEC 17th and return with a gift the same day!  *Arden Fair Mall downstairs in front of Nordstroms.  Salvation Army Del Oro Division (Sacramento) – helps over 2500 families to celebrate Christmas when otherwise they would not. Your help is crucial to providing this service and giving children the joy of Christmas morning.

BLANKET DRIVE for our littles!  A total of about 175 blankets.
Contact:  Erin at  Big Brothers/Big Sisters (Sacramento Region) – one-to-one mentoring for disadvantaged youth

DING, DONG, DITCH & DONATE! -- Amazon Wish List send items to: Mercy Multiplied - 1896 McClain Dr. Lincoln, CA 95648 or you may purchase items locally
*Please arrange a delivery date and time with *Kerri at  Mercy Multiplied (Lincoln) – breaking the cycle of brokenness for young women

FAMILY HOLIDAY MEAL BOXES – For groups wishing to donate FIVE or more boxes: select a nonprofit partner to benefit and how many boxes; Team Giving will (a) provide all items for your team to assemble *or* (b) choose all-inclusive and Team Giving will handle everything on your behalf!   
*Please contact: Trudy Harris at and chose one of these worthy nonprofits to benefit from your generosity:

  •   Acres of Hope (Auburn) – working with women to transition out of homelessness
  •   Family Promise of Sacramento – committed to helping low-income families achieve lasting independence
  •   KidsFirst Counseling & Family Rescource Center (Auburn & Roseville) – to end child abuse and neglect
  •   Lilliput Families (Sacramento Region) – offers foster, adoption and kinship care services
  •   PRO Youth and Families (South Sacramento) – confronts the trauma youth, families, and communities face by inspiring, educating and mobilizing youth

HOLIDAY GIFT CARDS & GIFTS LIST  - Full details here; donate weekdays 12/7-12/23.
*Please contact or call (916) 290-8203 if questions.  Sacramento Children’s Home (Sacramento) - committed to helping children by providing high-quality care to the Sacramento region’s most vulnerable children and families

HOLIDAY STOCKING DRIVE - Fill a stocking with new family-friendly goodies -- candy, small toys, socks and gift cards ($20-25 is ideal).  Drop off on Tuesday 12/1 between 11am-4pm at 124 Main Street, Roseville. *Hoping for *100 stockings*, contact KidsFirst if you are planning on bringing more than five!
*Questions?  Call Christina Hernandez 916-774-6802  KidsFirst Counseling & Family Rescource Center  (Auburn & Roseville) – to end child abuse and neglect

GIRLS GIFT LISTS & HOUSE SUPPLY LIST - The collective group home is in need of the following supplies:
Cleaning/Personal: Lysol/Clorox wipes, HE Laundry detergent, Hand sanitizer, Paper masks
  Gift Cards:  UBER, Walmart, Home Depot/Lowes, Grocery Outlet, Starbucks, Jamba Juice
  Linens: Hand towels, FULL-sized: Comforters, Blankets/Throw blankets, Sheet sets
  Miscellaneous:  Batteries AA/AAA, Toaster (big slots), Printer paper, Printer ink- HP 64 - both black & color

*Contact Jamie for individual GIRLS Gifts Lists and arrange delivery.  The Taylor House (Roseville) – A safe transition house for former foster and at-risk girls ages 18-24

MUSTARD SEED HOLIDAY GIFT PROGRAM - Unwrapped gifts for children to be dropped off by Monday, December14th. Wishing to drop ship gifts instead - order here.
*Please contact Program Coordinator Christy on Holiday Phone: 916-524-8776  Mustard Seed School (Sacramento) – program to help homeless children from Pre-k to 8th grade

RANCH WISH LIST - Hay $20 Per bale feeds 9 horses/day;  Rain horse sheets - size 72;  Leather Roper-Style Boots (women’s sizes: 8 ,9 or 10, men’s sizes: 12 & 13); Muck Boots (women’s sizes: 8 ,9 or 10, men’s sizes: 12 & 13).  Find the full HLR Ranch Wish List here.
  *Please contact Donna with questions via text:  916.521.1343  Hearts Landing Ranch (Granite Bay) – exists to Build a Community to Reach (Change) a Community. Children and horses work together to build trust again.


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“This connection was made possible by Team Giving!”

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