The first annual Phil Serna – Music on a Mission event was held on February 4th. The event raised approximately $30,000 for La Raza Galeria Posada, WEAVE (Women Escaping a Violent Environment), Cottage Housing, and the Roberts Family Development Center, all local non-profits. Organized by Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna and his band Rhythm Method, the event took place at The Sutter Club located in Downtown Sacramento. “Each of these organizations are close to my heart and fulfill critical missions in our community,” said Serna.
La Raza Galeria Posada is a multi-disciplinary cultural center serving the Sacramento community by offering Latino/Chicano and Native arts programming, arts education workshops, and arts exhibition space.
WEAVE provides crisis intervention services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Sacramento County.
Cottage Housing provides affordable housing, supportive social services, education and job training, and economic development opportunities. CHI programs include the Quinn Cottages and Serna Village programs which provides transitional housing to help homeless adults and families. Includes safe, secure affordable housing, case management support, social and vocational skill development individually and in groups, a clean and sober community, job training, health support, on and off-site opportunities and an active Resident Council.
Roberts Family Development Center (RFDC) provides affordable childcare, community technology access, after-school tutoring, and mentoring for children and teens. Additionally, RFDC provides three key community services: Roberts Family Discovery Center for early childhood education, After School and Summer Camp Programs, and the Computer Cafe’, a state of the art computer lab for kids and adults, as well as English as a second language learners.