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In Luke 12:48, Jesus tells us, “From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded; and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked.” Sacramento Rebar has been greatly blessed, so we look to give back not only to our community but also to people in need all over the world. Sacramento Rebar is affiliated with the following non-profit organizations.

The Source for Youth Ministry

The Source for Youth Ministry's mission is to reach 21st Century youth with the life-changing message of Jesus Christ, develop student and adult youth leaders with effective ministry skills, and provide cutting-edge youth ministry tools and resources.

The Source For Youth Ministry

Leading The Source, Jonathon McKee has dedicated his life to bringing free resources to youth workers around the world. Visit the website at www.thesource4ym.com.

   World Vision

World Vision combines gifts from sponsors to provide assistance to children's communities around the world, including new schools and hospitals, clean water, and job training. The ultimate goal is to see these families and communities reach a point where they no longer need outside help. World Vision also brings the Good News of Jesus’ love to every sponsored child through Bible studies, Sunday school classes, and spiritual counseling.


Shaira Rosete just started high school in the Philippines. Thanks to World Vision, Shaira is able to get the education she deserves. She enjoys cooking and helping out at Barangay Assembly.


Culqui Cashabamba (a.k.a. Jenny Abigail) is in her first year of school in Ecuador. She enjoys running and other sports, and her favorite subject in school is art.

Visit World Vision's website at www.worldvision.org.


The Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program in El Dorado County relies on volunteers and donations to provide advocates for abused and neglected children and youth in foster care. CASA volunteers build relationships with the children and their parents to better help the judge make decisions concerning their futures.


CASA protects children, like Annie (right), who have no one else to protect them. Read Annie's story here.

Visit CASA El Dorado's website at www.casaeldorado.org.

   Care Net

Each day, 3,300 women wake up in America believing abortion is the only realistic solution to an unplanned pregnancy. In this tragic decision, not only is a human life snuffed out, but a woman’s life is changed forever. Many have worked for years in the legal and public policy spheres to put an end to abortion. Care Net, however, seeks a more immediate route by supporting one woman at a time, to spare her and her unborn child the anguish of abortion. While legal efforts will continue for years to come, hundreds of lives are being saved everyday in and through the work of pregnancy centers.

The ultimate aim of Care Net and its network of pregnancy centers is to share the love and truth of Jesus Christ in both word and deed. As a result, the hearts of women and men are being changed by Christ's love to desire positive and healthy choices. In addition, those struggling with past abortions are finding God's healing and forgiveness.

Visit Care Net's website at www.care-net.org.

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