June 23, 2024

Clark Tees Off to Help Yolo Crisis Nursery

This September, Bob Clark, co-CEO of Clark Pacific, will participate in a three-day charity golf tournament which benefits the charity of choice of each golfer.

The L5 Investments Capital Cup adapts the historic Ryder Cup format — steeped in tradition — to promote community pride, healthy competition, and raise money for the greater Sacramento region’s most deserving charities.

Bob has chosen the Yolo Crisis Nursery as his charity support and has already raised about $75,000 toward his generous fundraising goal of $150,000 to benefit YCN programs.

To reach his goal, Bob depends on the generosity of Clark Pacific business partners, vendors, employees, as well as the local community. Donation information can be found at the end of this article.

Clark Pacific, a longtime supporter of the Yolo Crisis Nursery and a community model of philanthropy is the leader in design-driven prefabricated building systems. Clark Pacific has worked with the Nursery in the past by providing employee volunteers at various events, as event sponsors, and with annual giving donations.

Their support provides a sense of pride and philanthropy among their employees and peers. This year Clark Pacific agreed to match dollar for dollar their employees’ gifts to the Big Day of Giving and the employees also gave generously.

Clark Pacific, operating for the past six decades is a family business, and is operated by Bob Clark and Don Clark, co-CEO’s. While their projects have a far reach in California and Nevada and beyond, closer to home their projects include the Kimpton Sawyer Hotel, The Sacramento County Courthouse, the UC Davis Health parking structure IV, various projects at Sacramento State, as well as Levi Stadium and the Apple Park office building and parking structures.

“I am delighted to participate in this year’s L5 Investments Capital Cup,” Bob Clark said. “More importantly, though, I am proud to fundraise for the Yolo Crisis Nursery. The Nursery provides a place of support, stability and hope for families in crisis, and I am thrilled to support their good work through this effort.”

To donate to the Yolo Crisis Nursery and support Bob’s efforts, please visit yolocrisnursery.org and select the Capital Cup Charity Golf Tournament to help Bob reach his $150,000 goal.

— This article was written by Heather Sleuter, executive director of the Yolo Crisis Nursery. It originally appeared in the Davis Enterprise on Sunday, June 23, 2024.