Impact Partners

Our partners value diverse perspectives and can count on Impact Sac to engage, educate, and equip various people groups with tools to bring about positive outcomes in key issue areas.

 
 
Impact Sac (Liberty Towers) is the Sacramento County Community Incubator Lead for the  Black Child Legacy Campaign  serving North Highlands, Foothill Farms, and surrounding communities.

Impact Sac (Liberty Towers) is the Sacramento County Community Incubator Lead for the Black Child Legacy Campaign serving North Highlands, Foothill Farms, and surrounding communities.

Impact Sac has the keen ability to perform effective outreach to multi-cultural diverse populations. They understand the importance about listening to diverse opinions, formulating consensus, establishing reasonable goals as well as executing implementation plans to achieve that with integrity and compassion.
— Susan Peters - Sacramento County Supervisor

We are proud to work with such a willing and eager group that cares so much for the children in our community. It takes a lot of people working together to make sure that our children are healthy, strong, and can thrive. I support Liberty Towers and the efforts they make to be an active part of a healthy, connected community.
— Jill Van Dike, Director, Twin Rivers Unified School District NSD
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Impact Sac has established responsive and accessible Partnerships with the community community leaders elected officials and the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department they have committed themselves to public service and professional integrity.
— Captain Ramos Santos- Sacramento County Sheriff Dept.

Impact Sac has a sincere passion to help others. Their staff serve on multiple youth committees and they are dedicated to improving the quality of life and increasing opportunities for young people in the community.
— Chief Daniel Hahn, Sacramento Police Department
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Sacramento County Probation established a partnership with Liberty Towers (Impact Sac) through coordinated efforts within the Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Collaborative. As DMC Collaborative Members, Impact Sac and their youth leads have been actively involved in discussions regarding juvenile justice decision points and are helpful in on-going efforts to develop, pilot, evaluate, and implement DMC reduction strategies. They provide a high level commitment to at-risk youth in our community.
— Lee Seale, Chief Probation Officer, Sacramento County Probation