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NAN Sacramento Chapter Partners with Lyft and Sacramento Food Bank to Help Deliver Resources during COVID-19

The NAN Sacramento California is currently partnering with Lyft to provide $5000 worth of $25 free ride credits and with Sacramento Food Bank Partnership to provide free groceries for those in need.

LYFT PARTNERSHIP

To get free Lyft ride credits, text “needalyft” to 71441. You will receive a code to initiate the offer.

This code is valid for use anywhere in Sacramento county and expires on March 31st.

SACRAMENTO FOOD BANK PARTNERSHIP

We are also passing out free groceries every Thursday and Sunday in partnership with the Sacramento Food Bank at the Genesis church.

Genesis Church is located at 2801 Meadowview Road, Sacramento CA 95832. Please call (916) 399-4936 for more information.

MAKE BLACK COUNT!!

NAN Sacramento and CA STATE NAN have partnered with the Greater Sacramento Urban League and other civic and faith organizations throughout CA and the Nation in the effort to make sure we are all counted! African Americans are historically undercounted in each census and the Make Black Count campaign is to make sure that it doesn't happen in 2020! 

When you complete the census, you bring in dollars to our communities to support head start, after school programs, meals on wheels, neighborhood parks and much more. Visit website or call the Make Black Count Hotline: 916-286-8603 for more information!

LET'S TALK BLACK EDUCATION SERIES

Dr. Margaret Fortune, President/CEO of Fortune School, and Educational Advisor and Secretary-Treasurer of California State National Action Network is launching a new article and podcast series "Let's Talk Black Education with Dr. Margret Fortune." Click to link to read her latest article "Ask Congressman Clyburn" featured on SacObservor.com. 

NAN's Monthly Virtual Town Hall
Moderated by Rev. Al Sharpton
March 29th, 2020 
4:00 PM (PST); 7:00 PM (EST)

In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, Reverend Al Sharpton, with National Action Network will begin to host monthly virtual town halls. In our first town hall on March 29th, we will discuss the coronavirus and its impact on underrepresented communities. How will the homeless and the incarcerated be cared for during this time of uncertainty?
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National Day of Prayer


We are living in unprecedented times due to the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on our world. In response, we are asking you to join us on Thursday, March 26, 2020, as we pause and pray for our nation and the world at 9:01 am on the West Coast. 

Please feel free to contact the Genesis Church office at (916) 399-4936 for prayer & support through these uncertain times. We are continuously praying for all of our sick and for those who are dealing directly with COVID-19.
 
WE WILL GET THROUGH THIS!

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