Thank You for your support during the 2018 Big Day of Giving Campaign!

Welcome to Yes2Kollege

Celebrating  16 years of service, now asking for your support to raise $50,000 for programs, transportation, and stipends.

Say Yes 2 Early College Preparation

Your support and contributions will enable us to provide African American students and parents with ‘real-time’ education tools and resources to live a healthy and productive life while successfully aspiring to higher education opportunities and careers.


Please donate $25, $50, or $100 monthly through PayPal.

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Say Yes 2 Health & Wellness & Community Empowerment

We are about community wellness.  Enhancing African American's knowledge and resources around health disparities, careers, leadership and advocacy. 


Please make a one time donation of $25, $50, $100 or amount of choice.

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Say Yes 2 Education Pipeline Programs & Career Development

We know that Doctors, Nurses, and Allied health professionals are necessary to assure African Americans of culturally competent care.  We are raising our own.


Please make a one-time donation of $300, $600, or $1,200.

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About Yes2Kollege

Saturday Scholars Academy

A six-week program, or single day workshop, for middle school and high school students/parents focusing on early college preparation, goal setting, networking skills, high school graduation, early career and college exploration skills.

Minority Health Professions Mentor Program (MHPMP)

MHPMP strives to increase high school graduation rates, increase knowledge and exposure to future professional and academic options, and increase middle and high school students' chances for science pipeline programs and career choices.

African American Women's Health Legacy (AAWHL)

AAWHL's mission is to help African American women reduce Type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and obesity through education and awareness. 

The African American female population of Sacramento, California is only 8% of the total population, but 15% of those women have been diagnosed with Type two diabetes and other chronic diseases.  In 2015, the California State Senate passed a Resolution dedicating August as African American Women's Health Legacy month.

African American Women's Health Legacy (AAWHL) August, 2018

The Sugars: Getting Real About African Americans and Diabetes Summit

African American Women's Health Legacy (AAWHL) sponsored it's 2nd Annual "The Sugars Summit highlighting health disparities affecting African Americans on Saturday, August 18, 2018 - at the Charles A. Jones Education & Career Center.

5th Annual Kelley's Farm Tour &Cook Out

The owners of Kelley Farms hosted AAWHL families for an educational and fun day of learning and tasting how to eat healthier to combat a series of chronic diseases on Saturday, August 4, 2018

Soul Food Junkies Movie at Brickhouse Gallery & Art Complex

Each year the AAWHL sponsors  a public showing of the hit documentary "Soul Food Junkies" to emphasize the importance of knowing our eating habits and the consequences of habits that have been passed down from generations.

3rd Annual Preserve Our Legacy: Advancing African Americans In Nursing & Wellness Conference

Our 2018 conference included a tour of the new Betty Irene Moore Hall School of Nursing, with health screenings conducted by students in the School of Nursing’s Master’s Entry Program in Nursing, Keynote speaker, “America’s Favorite Nurse,” Nurse Alice Benjamin is a mom, wellness advocate, media personality, and entrepreneur. Specializing in cardiovascular health, she’s a nationally board certified and award-winning Clinical Nurse Specialist with over 20 years experience. Some of her television appearances include Dr. Oz, The Doctors, Dr. Drew, CNN, Fox and Friends, and much more. 

Monthly MeetUp & Support at Brickhouse Gallery & Art Complex

Each month local women meet at the ever-changing Brickhouse Gallery to partake in "Whatever is on your mind, or on your heart" discussions. Past presentations have included, financial management, medicare, personal hygiene, field trips, art projects, health clinical trial presentations and recreation.

Opportunities for African American women to network and feel "safe" with their discussions are few and far between.

Monthly Breakfast Meeting - Cultivating Friendships, Networking Opportunities

The first Friday of each month provides an opportunity for women to connect over a great breakfast to discuss their health, career, retirement, family and community concerns. Our Education Consultant, Toni Colley Perry says, "Until you've broken bread with someone, you haven't really met them".


Help Our Cause

Your generous support and contributions will continue to enable us to meet our goals and improve our program services to our African American community. 

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