Wellspring Women's Center
June 2020 News & Updates
In our Community
Big Day of Giving
We are thrilled to announce that because of our passionate and fearless Wellspring supporters, on Thursday, May 7th, we raised $38,420 for Big Day of Giving! This will provide 35,365 meals, 86,007 diapers, 26,667 sanitary pads, 5,998 information and referral contacts, and so much more to those in need this year.

We are incredibly grateful and overwhelmed with joy with the support of our community. The funds raised are going to go so far in impacting the lives of the women, children, and men who are currently relying on our help during this trying time.

From the bottom of our hearts, thank you!
Buy from Conscious Creamery and Support Wellspring
While developing multiple ways to support and stand in solidarity, Conscious Creamery decided to begin in their backyard by contributing 5% of gross sales from now through July 4th to Wellspring.

They are currently offering delivery or pick up, with FREE deliveries on all orders in the Sacramento area over $30.

Soroptimist International Elk Grove Gives Back

The name Soroptimist means “best for women,” and that is what this organization strives to achieve. Soroptimist International members are women at their best, working to help other women to be their best. The Elk Grove chapter of Soroptimist Internal has graciously made a $500 donation to Wellspring's core programs.

Thank you to the women of Soroptimist International Elk grove, we appreciate you and your continued support!
Eagle Scout Project by Chris Granroth

Wanting to support his community through his Eagle Scout Project, Chris Granroth thoughtfully made and donated a new playhouse to Wellspring! The playhouse displays "Fire Station 6." The Oak Park Firehouse, Station No. 6, was the largest and best-equipped firehouse in the region, and now, Wellspring Women's Center.

Thank you to Chris, and all those who helped him complete the playhouse! The kids are going to love it!
Fighting for Our Community
During these uncertain times, Wellspring has continued to stay open to our guests thanks to our courageous staff and volunteers.

Our current modified hours are 8:30 am-11 am, Monday-Friday. We are committed to continuing with services that guests rely on to survive. This includes take out food including, but not limited to: fresh fruit, granola bars, oatmeal, eggs, grits, salad, coffee, orange juice, water. Also available is bathroom usage, safety-net services (diapers, pads, tampons, soap, umbrellas, underwear, etc), and social work services.

We are still accepting in-kind donations. Click here for our current needs. Donations can be dropped off at the Center Monday-Friday from 8:30 am - 3 pm.
Dates to Remember

Friday, July 3rd - CLOSED
Fourth of July weekend

Saturday, July 11th
Virtual Popup
Details to come

Sunday, July 26th
Virtual Cooking with Chef Ken
Details to come