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Charitable Aid Department

Empowering Hope | Community Building | Resource Navigation

Our Mission

Al-Misbaah’s Charitable Aid Department mission is to be a beacon of compassion and support for those in need. Through dedicated service and unwavering commitment, we strive to uplift communities, alleviate suffering, and foster resilience for all..Guided by our core values of empathy, integrity, and innovation, we endeavor to provide comprehensive aid solutions that address the multifaceted challenges facing individuals and societies. Our aim is to create sustainable pathways to prosperity, dignity, and self-reliance for all whom we serve.
With a steadfast focus on collaboration, transparency, and accountability, we endeavor to forge meaningful partnerships with stakeholders, volunteers, and beneficiaries, working hand in hand to effect positive change and build a more inclusive, equitable world.
Together, we believe in the transformative power of compassion and solidarity to ignite hope, inspire transformation, and cultivate a brighter future for generations to come.

Our vision is to be the bridge between donors and the under-privileged community. By providing assistance and resources to help the community live a better and sustainable life through charitable donations.

Our Reach & Impact Across Sacramento, Elk Grove, and Modesto


Our Resource Center

2020 Hurley Way #110 Sacramento, CA 95825

Elk Grove

Our Warehouse

10277 Iron Rock Way #120 Elk Grove, CA 95624


1064 Woodland Ave Suite Q, Modesto, CA 95351

Our Community Resource centers

Al-Misbaah’s Community Resource Center, Sacramento


2020 Hurley Way, Suite 110, Sacramento, CA 95825

About ACRC Sacramento:

The opening of ACRC Sacramento location in 2022 was primarily driven by the growing influx of refugees and vulnerable families within the region. Recognizing the pressing need to support these communities, our decision to establish a presence in Sacramento was intentional. By strategically locating ourselves within the heart of the community, we aim to be readily accessible to those in need. This accessibility enables us to serve our community more efficiently, ensuring that vital resources and support reach individuals and families facing adversity in a timely and effective manner. At ACRC, we are committed to making a meaningful difference in the lives of those we serve, and our Sacramento location stands as a testament to that dedication.

Our Case Managers help with:

  • Resource Navigation
  • Case Management
  • Emergency food assistance
  • Job placement
  • Home essential assistance
  • Cultural awareness classes

Al-Misbaah’s Community Resource Center, Modesto


1064 Woodland Ave Suite Q, Modesto, CA 95351

About ACRC Modesto:

In 2019, ACRC Modesto opened its doors with a primary mission to support the vulnerable community in the area. Understanding the urgent need for assistance, our organization embarked on a journey to provide essential aid to those facing hardship. One of our earliest initiatives was the implementation of a food program, where we began assembling and distributing food boxes on a weekly basis. This initiative quickly gained traction and has since become a staple in our community. Through the consistent provision of nutritious meals and essential supplies, we have been able to alleviate food insecurity and provide much-needed support to individuals and families in need. At ACRC Modesto, we remain committed to serving our community with compassion, dignity, and a steadfast dedication to making a positive difference in the lives of those we serve."

Our Case Managers help with:  

  • Resource Navigation 
  • Case Management  
  • Emergency food assistance 
  • Job placement  
  • Home essential assistance  
  • Cultural Awareness class

Food Distribution

Help us serve you. If you require assistance can come to Masjid Annur (6990 65th Street)
every 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month between 10am-12pm to collect
free food

These distributions are open to the public regardless of faith. You will need to enter through the Sun City Plaza.

How We Serve

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About our Charitable Aid Director

Our Charitable Aid Department is led by Sr. Helena Madera -Silmi. Sr. Helena has over 23 years of experience in community outreach, originally from Cleveland, OH, where she earned her degree in Business Administration. She has served as a liaison for various non-profit organizations including The Cleveland Clinic Foundation and The Cleveland Municipal School District, focusing on community building and advocacy.
 In her 9 years in Sacramento, Sr. Helena's passion for charity work has thrived. As Charitable Aid Director, her role is to procure resources and create opportunities for community support.Recognized for her contributions, Helena received the 2022 Symbol of Service Award from Sacramento County. She also holds the position of President Elect 24-25 at Laguna Sunrise Rotary Club in Elk Grove and actively participates in committees such as The City of Elk Grove's Measure E Committee and The CDSS State Advisory Council.

“The fresh produce Al-Misbaah provides, helps me cook nutritious meals for my children"

"Saturday’s distribution is my spiritual outlet."

"Bag packing event makes me thankful for everything I have."