Chinese American Council of Sacramento








Gold Mountain Celebration 2010

On October 23, 2010, CACS held it's Annual Gold Mountain Celebration. The event was held at the CSUS Alumuni Center and was attended by over 200 people. Guest enjoyed fine wines and great food. This event is CACS's primary fundraiser of the year. Proceeds benefit "CACS's Cares for Kids" program and "CACS's Operation Santa Claus" program.

Click here to see Photos from Gold Mountain Celebration 2010





Canton Footprints Wins Award

In March 2009, CACS's Canton Footpints book was awarded the prestigious Sacramento County Historical Society
"Publication Award 2008"


The community's response has been overwhelming and positive. CACS has sold almost 1500 copies of Canton Footprints during the first 3 months after it was released.

Our book has been purchased by the Sacramento Public Library, Colleges and Universities, museums, and historical societies, in California and other states. We filled orders from individuals and companies from other states as well as most of California . Many of our customers are people who used to live in Sacramento or, know someone who did. Others are interested in the history of the region. All feel Canton Footprint is an interesting and accurate account of the Chinese history in Sacramento .

CACS would like to thank the Sacramento community for the outstanding support of this first historic account of the Chinese in Sacramento .




To Purchase Canton Footprints

By Phone
Contact Doug Yee at or 916-591-8181

Retail Store
Avid Reader (1600 Broadway, Sacramento, CA 95818)
Borders Books (2339 Fair Oaks Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95825)
UC Davis campus bookstore (One Shields Ave,Davis, CA 95616)
Eastwind Books (2066 University Ave, Berkely, CA 94704)

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CACS Cares for Kids

September 2010. CACS board members delivered school supplies to local Sacramento area elementray schools. CACS worked in partnership with the Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center (SCCSC) in selecting these schools to receive much needed school supplies and sports equipment.





The students were excited to receive supplies such as writing paper, notebooks, pencils, pens, pencils, dictionaries, kickballs, footballs, soccer balls, and even some hula hoops!
CACS Cares For Kids program’s goal is to assist primary school-age students and families by providing quality instruction and learning opportunities for children. Over the past several years, CACS has donated over $50,000 worth of school supplies and sports equipment to local area schools in low-income neighborhoods.





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