McGeorge School of Law

McGeorge Community Outreach Programs

McGeorge's community-oriented initiatives have benefited our local area as well as our Northern California region. Some of the many organizations supported in recent years, by the McGeorge community of faculty, staff, students and alumni include:

  • Bret Harte Elementary School
  • Children's Receiving Home of Sacramento
  • City of Sacramento – Gifts to Share Project
  • Community Services Planning Council
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Legal Services of Northern California
  • Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk
  • Martin Luther King Celebration Committee
  • My Sister's House
  • Oak Park Business Association (Gather, Painter's Paradise)
  • Oak Park Farmer's Market
  • Oak Park Little League
  • Oak Park Neighborhood Association activities (McGeorge Angel Tree Project, Farmers Market )
  • Operation Protect and Defend
  • People Reaching Out
  • Reading Partners Sacramento
  • Restoring Justice in Louisiana Project (after Hurricane Katrina)
  • Sac Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce
  • Sacramento AIDS Run
  • Sacramento Bee Literacy Project (Newspapers in Education)
  • Sacramento Business Journal: Women Who Mean Business Event
  • Sacramento Children's Home
  • Sacramento County Animal Shelters (McGeorge Angel Tree Project)
  • Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services
  • Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce
  • Sacramento Pet Food Bank
  • Sacramento Public Library Foundation
  • Sacramento Theatre Company (McGeorge is a Proud Community Partner)
  • Shriners Hospital for Children
  • St. John's Women's Shelter
  • Tubman House
  • Ugandan Orphanages
  • Valley Vision
  • Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Preparation Clinic
  • Walk to End Alzheimer's
  • WEAVE (Women Escaping a Violent Environment)
  • Wellspring Women's Center
  • Wind Youth Services
  • Women's Empowerment
  • Victims of Crime Resource Center — Since 1984, McGeorge has hosted the state-funded California Victims of Crime Resource Center, which provides crime victims with legal reassurance and aid. Through the Resource Center's toll-free number, 1.800.VICTIMS, and their website, crime victims can obtain information from law students concerning compensation, restitution, their roles and rights in the criminal justice system, and referrals to local assistance providers and advocacy groups.
  • McGeorge Legal Clinics — During the academic year, McGeorge offers several legal clinics providing guidance and assistance to community members regarding a variety of matters. One example is that each year the Immigration Law Clinic sponsors service days to serve hundreds of people.