​​Let’s put an end to poverty in our community!!

Employees of Premier Reverse Closings - $217

Jutta Rosier - $100 

Krystal Grosz - $100

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Robinson Consulting Services is a Disabled Veteran Owned and Operated Business Enterprise, owned and operated by a United States Marine Corps Combat Veteran, Kristopher M. Robinson, who keeps and upholds the Marine Corps values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment.  Kristopher, an 8 year Marine Corps Combat Veteran, served in Operation Iraqi Freedom II-II is president and owner of RCS. 

RCS sets itself apart from other Information Technology Firms by empowering its partners.  Rather than create an environment that requires RCS’s partners to rely on RCS or other outside resources on an ongoing basis, RCS utilizes a “Value Added Approach” to address its partners’ needs and enable them to be more self-reliant.  RCS attempts to create an environment that does not require constant involvement by outside resources.

The value that RCS bring to your company is that they are here to help your business grow, putting the control in your company’s hands.  RCS educates our partners, streamlines business processes, and implements new processes that put control in to your hands.  You should never be dependent on RCS or any outside resource.  Some of the benefits you will see by using RCS are as follows:

  • We do not create billable hourly environments that only benefit ourselves
  • We assume risk as well as our partners
  • We bill so our partners can fit RCS into their budgets
  • We minimize the surprise invoice for unforeseen costs.  This is mitigated by conducting extensive an extensive [SJH1] requirement gathering period, to provide our partners with a solution that addresses current and future requirements.

Honor, Courage, and Commitment:  these are Robinson Consulting Services’ core values and standards.  This is what we use to give our customers the solution they need rather than what is going to drive our bottom line.  We value the opportunity to grow with you, not how much we can bill you per hour.

Anonymous Donor - $250

Kellogg's $500

Lori Dean-Gillespie - $50

House of Hope Ministry - $5,000

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​Making A Change Sacramento ("M.A.C.S.")

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June 2017

Amazon - $5.78

Krystal Grosz - $150

Western Health Advantage $100

Impact Community Church - $500

September 2017

Larry Bruce - $25

Feeding Pets of the Homeless believes in the healing power of companion pets and of the human/animal bond which is very important in the lives of many homeless. They find solace, protection and companionship through their pets. They care for their pets on limited resources so they themselves have less. Our task, nationwide, is to feed and provide basic emergency veterinary care to their pets and thus relieve the anguish and anxiety of the homeless who cannot provide for their pets.


“He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.” – Unknown


Making A Change Sacramento is proud to be a donation site for Pets of the Homeless.  To make arrangements to have donations picked up, please call (916) 827-1622 or click on the "Contact Us" tab and send us an email for more information.

Casey Rogers and Elysha Lopez own and operate Full Circle Ink.  They have been such a pleasure to work with and were so accommodating and patient with us.  It's nice being able to work directly with the owners, they are such a great couple and don't forget to say, "Hi" to Gizmo their dog.  We love, love, love these guys and all they have done for us.  Our logo was not an easy piece to work with since we could not vector it.  They did an excellent job considering what they had to work with.  Click on their logo for more information.

Making A Change Sacramento (“M.A.C.S.”) is an IRS designated 501(c)3, all donations are tax deductible.

November 2016

Thank you to our Benefactors!

Anonymous Donor - $300

Krystal Grosz - $100

Western Health Advantage $200

April 2017

November 2017

July 2017

Steven Cappola - $50