Are you familiar with Sacramento’s “BIG Day of Giving?” Sometimes called BigDog, the event is a 24-hour online networking and giving fundraiser that gives nonprofits an opportunity to gain exposure and develop new relationships with people in the Sacramento region. Now in its fourth year, BIG Day of Giving has raised nearly $9 million for nonprofits serving our region.

This year, the Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc. (SNAHC) will participate in the event for the first time—and we are asking you to join us! Your support, in any amount, will ensure that SNAHC continues to provide services to all who need it. Starting at midnight on May 3, visit our profile at or follow us on Facebook at to give online.

We hope you will join our employees, Board of Directors, and those passionate about providing high quality healthcare in our region in making a gift to SNAHC on Tuesday, May 3. Thank you for your gift and support.


The mission of the Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc. is to carry out the legacy of a healthy American Indian and Alaskan Native community based on cultural values delivered through traditional, measurable, transformational, innovative, accessible, and self-sufficient systems of health care.

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