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Sacramento DA / Media / Latest News / 4.25.17: DA Schubert Announces 2nd Disbursement through Public Safety & Community Improvement Fund

DA Anne Marie Schubert Announces Second Disbursement 
through the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office 
Public Safety & Community Improvement Fund

On December 1, 2015, the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office, Sacramento City Attorney’s Office and the City of Rancho Cordova entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Motel 6 Operating L.P. to improve the conditions of their properties in Sacramento County and to contribute to the safety of our community through a financial investment.

In 2016, Motel 6 deposited $270,000 into the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office Public Safety and Community Improvement Fund.  Those funds were distributed to 17 local nonprofit organizations that focus on youth intervention, preventing human trafficking and serving domestic violence victims.  In addition, four Sacramento Sheriff Deputy Danny Oliver Memorial Scholarships were awarded to Grant High School seniors interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement or the public sector. [View 2016 Recipients

This year, Motel 6 has deposited another $270,000 into the fund.  The District Attorney’s Office has awarded these funds to the following 10 local nonprofit organizations that focus on youth intervention programs and services: Always Knocking, Inc., Asian Resources, Inc., City of Refuge Sacramento, La Familia Counseling Center, Inc., Rancho Cordova Police Activities League, Reading Partners Program, ReIMAGINE Mack Road Foundation, Roberts Family Development Center, Sheriff’s Activities League and the Sheriff’s Community Impact Program.  A portion of the funds have also been distributed to the Sacramento Regional Family Justice Center.  [View More Information on 2017 Recipients

District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert states, “The investment fund distributions to our local nonprofits will result in a greater positive impact on those they serve and the entire community.  This year’s recipients will continue to use these additional resources toward vital services and programs for youth intervention efforts and to assist victims of domestic violence and human trafficking.”

 

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