About Us

Improving the self-esteem of ladies 7-18


C.L.A.S.S.Y. Inc. has been in existence since October of 2007, the organization began with 8 young ladies between the ages of 5-11 and one adult. In our first year we had reached out to more 75 ladies in the Sacramento region. C.L.A.S.S.Y. Inc. Has worked tirelessly to gain knowledge on what it takes to provide resources to youth that are of quality and no cost, in an effort to achieve this goal, C.L.A.S.S.Y. Inc. provided resources that were funded by our board and Founder for the first five years with no grants or sponsors. It has been our morale to achieve well executed goals before seeking out the investment of sponsors by taking risks with our own money to learn how to ensure opportunities for young ladies. Since 2008 C.L.A.S.S.Y. Inc.Has been providing development opportunities to well over 200 youth yearly. Participants that engage in monthly events are showing significant and statistic breaking results.

C.L.A.S.S.Y. Inc. has been recognized by some incredible Non-Profits for our philanthropy and/or fundraising contribution to their cause. Below are just some of the nonprofit organizations that we have been acknowledged by since 2007.

  • Strides Against Breast Cancer Sacramento, Yearly Team Fundraising
  • Muscular Dystrophy for the Matthew Welch Team, Team Fundraising
  • W.E.A.V.E. & The WFF, Volunteerism
  • Trinity Baptist Church, Aiding the Homeless Project
  • Ronald McDonald House, Donations & Parent Advocacy
  • St. John’s Women Shelter, Kids Play Date Event & Donations
  • Sacramento Children’s Receiving Home, New Coat Drive
  • Southgate Recreation Toy Drive/Donations

These are just some of the many acknowledgements that we have received from our community neighbors.

To leverage opportunities with integrity and innovation by being youth leaders in our community and actually being involved in causes that support the well-being of our communities locally, nation and worldwide.


Where is the principal office located?
C.L.A.S.S.Y. Inc. has mobile partnerships with the Sacramento Public Library system and Southgate Parks and Recreation; our workshops are held between the both of these facilities. The community events outside of these facilities require parent/guardian attendance. Our mailing address is 8250 Calvine C232 Sacramento, Ca. 95828

How many people are behind this organization?
We currently have 8 mentors and 20 volunteers with diverse backgrounds in management, customer service, child hood /adolescent education and product development. NO one has received any salary or compensation of any kind since the inception of our mission.

How is the money I donate going to be used?
Financial contributions go towards the cost to host free forums and workshops for youth, where participants engage in a 4 hour day of discussions, activities and a positive environment for them to be themselves while addressing challenges that are impacting their peer group. Resource bags, folders, note pads, stationary items. In addition all forums and workshops include a lunch and breakfast snacks. Contribution will also go towards the cost of the social and community events that are offered on our calendar.

How secure will the children's database be?
Our software engineers will use the highest security scripts available to banks and major companies, however, all data online may be subject to hackers. We cannot take responsibility for data lost so we recommend parents only place information police and agencies will need to search for a child. Keeping social security numbers and complete birth dates are not recommended.

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