Akshaj Mehta, has decided to donate the proceeds of his new novel "Makeshifts" to Teen Center at Stanford Settlement. Akshaj, 12 years old is believed to be youngest Indian American author. He donates proceeds of his books to local charities, including Sacramento Children's Home, Make-a-Wish, and Reading Partners Sacramento.
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If you've been supporting Stanford Settlement through the S.H.A.R.E.S. program when you shop at SaveMart or FoodMaxx, we wanted to let you know about an upcoming change. The card will no longer work, after March 31, 2016! To keep supporting Stanford Settlement, visit this website: http://www.escrip.com/shares/ It takes just a moment to enroll. Then on your next shopping trip, you'll just use your 10-digit phone number. Thanks for all the ways you support Stanford Settlement!
Please join us in celebrating 80 years of Stanford Settlement Neighborhood Center, and also the 80th anniversary of the presence of the Sisters of Social Service in Sacramento. The celebration will take place on Saturday, March 5, 2016 at the Hilton Sacramento Arden West. Cocktails and silent auction at 6 pm; dinner and program at 7 pm. NewsRadio KFBK-1530 AM, 93.1 FM's Amy Lewis, Emcee. Tickets are $80. Sponsorship opportunities still available. Contact Sister Jeanne, Executive Director for more information at email@example.com.
Thanks to everyone who helped out by volunteering or donating to Operation Cratchit, our annual Christmas Basket program. Special thanks to the students of Jesuit High School, who donated tons of food for the baskets. Also, many thanks to our friends at Brookfield School, Soroptimist International of Sacramento North, Quest Diagnostics (Northgate), Sacramento Hotel Association, Urban Flex Fitness, 7th & 8th grade students at St. Mel School, Hoppy Brewing Company, and countless individuals who donated new gifts for children ages 15 & under.
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