We all wish to be safe, healthy, creative and prosperous. We have an opportunity to build a great city. An example of what kind of city is possible when we make decisions that create safe, healthy communities. It’s up to us what kind of city we live in.
On july 25, 2017, the sacramento city council passed compassionate capital region’s draft resolution for sacramento to join the over 120 cities around the world whose governments have agreed to sign the charter for compassion as part of the international compassionate cities initiative.
All of these activities, trainings and gatherings are open to the public. Some are for specific groups and communities. Most of them are free to attend or accept donations. This list will be updated often.
These organizations have jumped on board in agreement with the vision to create an environment where civic and community organizations will be inspired to collaborate with each other to get more services to more in need than they could on their own.
A Compassion Ambassador serves a district, a neighborhood, a school or an organization or group. They help build bridges of understanding, inspire collective action for the greater good and advocates for equity in all environments.
Compassionate Capital Region is an advocate and steward of the International Campaign for Compassionate Cities, a global campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of compassionate action in civic life.
Oak Park artists, musicians, community organizations and small businesses shared their compassion in action as well as great food, music and conversation. What did we do? Mostly hang out and get to know each other, meet new people and practice kindness. As one attendee put it, "I feel the love!"
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