Become a partner with the Sheriff’s Community Impact Program
When you make a convenient online donation to SCIP, a 2.2% processing fee + .30 will be charged on the transaction. The remaining amount will go directly to funding SCIP’S mission. Unless you have provided specific restrictions on the donation, stipulating how we can spend your donation, your cash contribution will be deposited into our general fund account and used solely for programmatic and operational expenses. You may contact the SCIP office to request additional information or go to SCIP’S Guidestar profile.
Our 2020 goal is to have 500 donors making a financial contribution towards our commitment to connect with more youth in our community. You can make that green bar move by utilizing the following form to donate, but we’d be just as happy with a check, too. It’s a lofty goal, so let’s go for it!
Did you know: The SHOCK program budget is approximately $10,500. That is a cost of about $525 per student. The fee covers field trips, meals, instructors, and supplies that support pro-social learning. The good news (for the families involved in SHOCK), students only pay a membership fee of $25. This fee and their membership, opens the door to other SCIP programs. It is common for a SHOCK graduate to participate in our Project Lifelong program or to join our Impact Boxing Club. Your donation makes it so we can continue to run these powerful programs that keep our youth connected to their community.
We thank you for your support.
Make an Impact in 2020 – A Monthly Giving Program that:
- Provides SCIP with ongoing financial support for one year.
- Is a great way to stay connected with something you believe in.
- Helps Sacramento County youth have positive, potentially life-changing experiences through SCIP’S many programs and activities.
THIRD PARTY SOLICITATION ADVISEMENT: Please be advised the Sheriff’s Community Impact Program (SCIP) will never call you and ask for identifiable information and/or credit card information. SCIP does not utilize third-party organizations to solicit funds on our behalf. If you have received suspicious mail or a phone call that solicits a donation to SCIP, do not respond to such and contact the SCIP office immediately.