Charitable Giving to Support Women and Children in CaliforniaSince its founding in 1983, Capitol Network has donated more than half a million dollars to charities that provide support and educational services and programs to women and children throughout California.
Capitol Network will begin accepting applications from qualified nonprofit organizations for next year's charitable giving grants in the summer of 2020.
Contact Amber King, Charitable Giving Committee Co-Chair with questions.
Qualifications & Application Information
You can also complete our online Grant Organization Contact Form and submit all the required documents here.
A list of past recipients and Capitol Network’s charitable giving history is available HERE.
Jolena L. Voorhis presenting a check to the Friendship Club is a year-around program that serves about 80-100 girls at-risk in sixth through twelfth grades.
Senator Janet Nguyen and Capitol Network President Jolena L. Voorhis present a check to WISEPlace.
Golf Tournament co-chairs Margo Parks and Erin Norwood meet with the 2018 charity golf tournament recipient, the Children's Receiving Home of Sacramento. The $31,000 gift will support their Sprouts program, providing therapeutic and early intervention services for children ages 3-6 with a history of trauma.
Presentation to a New Day for Children by Capitol Network President Courtney Jensen and Golf Committee Chair Erin Norwood.
Assembly Member Roger Dickinson and Capitol Network Members Kyle Packham, Iris Herrera, Erin Sullivan and Amy Blumberg James present a check to Kacie Stratton of Green House.
2013 Capitol Network President Amy Blumberg James and Charity Committee Co-Chair Kara Bush with representatives from charities awarded grants in 2012.