Local 20-30 History
A man never stands so tall as when he kneels to help a child.

The Active 20-30 of Sacramento was founded in 1922. Although 20-30 has both men’s and women’s chapters, our chapter is geared towards young men in their 20’s and 30’s. The club’s objective is to serve the community while building lasting friendships and rendering service to youth.

Active 20-30 membership draws from all professions and is open to everyone. Our organization differs from many service organizations in that not only do we raise money for local area children’s charities, but we also host several “hands on” special events for disadvantaged and disabled youth where our members have interaction with the children. This active participation solidifies our relationship with those we serve, maintains motivation, and produces a high degree of personal satisfaction.

We serve the children of the Greater Sacramento Area through direct contributions in excess of $85,000 annually. The distribution of these monies is voted on by the membership as a whole. One hundred percent of all funds raised is applied to charities and charitable endeavors.

Some of the groups we assist include: Big Brothers, Big Sisters, United Way, Family Service Agency, Sacramento Children’s Home, Oncology Ward in Sutter Memorial Hospital, Friday Night Live, and Child and Family Institute, among others. See a detailed list of our philanthropic programs.

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