Community Integration Fund Impact

Roseville donors strengthen local safety net in 2020 through Community Integration Fund

Strengthening our local safety net: this is the clear theme as we look back on the 2020 impact through our Community Integration Fund. Whether it be at-risk children, seniors or homeless persons, we are taking mission-focused action to ensure the most vulnerable among us do not fall through the cracks during the COVID-19 pandemic.

These are just some of the organizations we have partnered with locally during the pandemic:

  • HomeAid Sacramento
  • Carmichael Seventh-day Adventist Church Food Bank
  • Soroptimist International of Roseville
  • Seniors First
  • American Red Cross
  • KidsFirst Child Abuse Prevention Council of Placer County

For those who find themselves in a vulnerable position, these programs provide a critical lifeline. Each donation creates a positive change in the lives of our neighbors. When you give to our Community Integration Fund, you are a mission owner— providing food, shelter and community resources in the greater Roseville area.

For questions about giving to Adventist Health, please reach out to, or give to any of our donor-funded programs by visiting The need is great, but together we can meet the challenge.

Home Aid Sacramento

One of our 2020 Community Integration Fund partners, HomeAid Sacramento, builds and renovates temporary, transitional and permanent housing for homeless children, women, men, veterans, and families who have experienced a life-altering event and are rendered temporarily homeless.