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MONTHLY CHEF DINNERS HELP HOMELESS WOMEN AND CHILDREN

“Nearly every month, foodies, philanthropists and friends shell out 50 bucks each to attend the Guest Chef Dinner at Plates Cafe, the restaurant operated at the former U.S. Army Depot by Saint John’s Program for Real Change. It’s not only a bargain — it also has genuine human value….”

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SHELTER’S JOURNEY FILLED WITH FAITH AND HOPE, COURAGE AND RESILIENCY

“There was trouble: There wasn’t enough money to cover some checks, the food truck wasn’t coming, a key employee had resigned…”

Click to read article  at sacbee.com

JOBS, SOBRIETY CAN BRING ABOUT REAL CHANGE 2016

“…The most important criterion for any social program is to strengthen people’s ability to take responsibility for themselves and their children…”

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HEROES AND HELPING HANDS 2016

Meet the heroes changing our community in big and small ways: A woman who knits caps for babies, a program that gives inmates a second chance, a man who inspires kids to get active, and a shelter where families get the support they need to transform their lives.

Click to watch video on KVIE

CHURCH, SHELTER COME TOGETHER TO CELEBRATE  SPIRIT OF EASTER

The annual Easter egg hunt at Fremont Presbyterian Church invited families Saturday with the St. John’s Program for Real Change, Sacramento’s largest shelter that serves women and children.

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LOCAL HOMELESS PROGRAM HONORS GRADUATES

Our graduation ceremony at Plates Cafe and Catering was covered by FOX news,
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LOCAL ARTIST CREATES COLLAGE AT PLATES2GO
For St. John’s Plates 2 Go restaurant at 1725 L St., Kerri Warner created a floral design from pristine plates because the restaurant allows homeless women to train and acquire the work skills they’ll need to get a job: “The white plates represent a clean slate and a fresh start,”
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FROM SETBACKS TO SCHOLAR
By: Laurie Lauletta-Boshart
Saint John’s Shelter Program offers women a fresh start
A twice-convicted felon, Ronita Iulio thought she had blown her last chance to salvage her life and family. After being released from prison in 2008, Iulio was anxious to reunite with her three children, but instead she faced an unsympathetic court that granted full custody to her ex-husband.

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Sacramento, CA 95825-7684
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