If one word could be used to describe the city of Sacramento, it would be resilient. We’ve stuck together through economic collapses, relocation sagas, and now the COVID-19 crisis, and during those challenging times, our community has stayed generous, supportive, and strong.
As this pandemic rages on, food banks are struggling to keep their shelves full. Many individuals have resorted to stockpiling, but some families can’t afford to stock their homes with groceries for days at a time, much less weeks and months.
The crew at The Kings Herald wants to help however we can.
Which is why we’re launching a donation campaign to raise funds for the Sacramento Food Bank, the largest nonprofit provider of basic human needs in Sacramento County. If you were planning on supporting The Kings Herald by contributing to our Patreon campaign in the month of April, we’re asking that you redirect those funds to folks in need of a hand up during this trying season. From Emergency Food Assistance to their Food for Seniors program, the Sacramento Food Bank's services have never been more important than they are right now and they need our help. A $1 donation can deliver up to FIVE meals for a disadvantaged family. If you were going to throw five bucks our way, that could instead provide 25 meals for a family suffering from hunger. Even the spare change in your car or your couch can make a difference.
The Kings Herald may be a basketball site built for a basketball community, but we’re also a part of the Sacramento community as a whole. This is our home. Let’s work together to be safe, to be strong, and to be kind.
We're in this together, Sacramento.
Please join us.