Partnerships

The ICGS works in conjunction with many other programs in the community. These include:

  • Birth & Beyond - building healthier families.
  • Building Unity - an interfaith partnership with Habitat for Humanity and Rebuilding Together to build and renovate homes for low-income people.
  • California Interfaith Power & Light – promoting responsible energy use by congregations/faith groups and individuals.
  • The Capital Unity Council - working to build respect among all people.
  • Drug-Free Youth
  • Faith and Homeless Families Program
  • Health Education Council – working in the Cancer Detection Program directed at low-income women.
  • The Interfaith Disabilities Awareness Project - helping the faith community deal with architectural and attitudinal barriers that discourage participation.
  • The Local Childcare & Development Planning Council - improving and expanding childcare.
  • Oak Park Farmers Marketa project of the Oak Park Neighborhood Association to bring healthy, fresh, locally-grown food to families in the Oak Park neighborhood of Sacramento.
  • Opening Doors - helping resettle state-department approved refugees as well as providing business training and loan opportunities for the low-income community.
  • Pastoral Care Seminar
  • US Corps of Chaplains
  • The Village on North C Street - a group of services for the homeless, including Loaves and Fishes and Safehaven.
  • WEAVE - countering domestic violence.
  • Wellspring Women’s Center - a drop-in center for low-income women and their children.
  • WIND Youth Center - working with homeless youth.
  • Women’s Interfaith Network
  • The U.S. Attorney General’s Violence Prevention Task Force, the United Way, and the Red Cross, among others.