CRP improves opportunities for people in need throughout the Greater Sacramento Region through energy efficiency, health education, and career development.
Healthy, inclusive, and economically vibrant communities.
Community Resource Project, Inc. (CRP) is a non-profit 501 c (3) organization based in Sacramento. CRP was a progressive organization founded in 1972 by three Latino community leaders that provided much-needed services to the low-income communities of the Sacramento region. The agency originally offered employment training to men and women exiting the correctional system but quickly recognized the changing needs of the community. In response, CRP's mission evolved to focus on Energy, Health, and Education. Assistance in these three strategic areas is fundamental to families’ progress from dependence to self-sufficiency.
Today, CRP has a major impact on families and individuals in Northern California, with service to three counties: Sacramento, Sutter, and Yuba. CRP provides a variety of programs in energy efficiency and energy savings, health, and education. CRP receives funding from the California Department of Community Services and Development, the California Department of Public Health, the Department of Energy, SMUD, PG&E, and through local contract and grants.
Community Resource Project is supported by a committed Board of Directors, community and local elected leaders, community organizations, and public and private funding sources. CRP's dedicated staff provides services in more than ten languages to 60,000+ clients annually. With this support, their experience, and continued attention to the changing needs of our community, CRP will continue to build strong communities through collaborative efforts.