SACRAMENTO – Assemblyman Josh Hoover (R-Folsom) proudly announced this week that Sacramento Splash has been honored as the 2024 Nonprofit of the Year for Assembly District 7.

Sacramento Splash stands as a beacon of commitment and dedication in the realm of environmental education. Comprising a dedicated team of nature enthusiasts, scientists, and educators, Sacramento Splash works tirelessly to ensure that every child has the opportunity to forge a profound connection with the natural world.

“We are thrilled to recognize Sacramento Splash as the 2024 Nonprofit of the Year for Assembly District 7,” remarked Assemblyman Hoover. “Their unwavering dedication to environmental outreach and education is commendable, and their efforts are instrumental in shaping the next generation of nature stewards.”

At the heart of Splash’s mission is their innovative approach to science education. Through comprehensive training programs, they empower teachers to deliver science curricula in a manner that is both engaging and enjoyable for students. By focusing on water pollution prevention, Splash not only imparts knowledge but also instills a sense of responsibility towards preserving our natural habitats.

With a passion for environmental stewardship and a commitment to community engagement, Sacramento Splash continues to serve as a vital resource for the region’s youth, inspiring a new generation of nature stewards.

Josh Hoover represents Assembly District 7, which includes the cities of Citrus Heights, Folsom, and Rancho Cordova and the unincorporated communities of Carmichael, Fair Oaks, Foothill Farms, Gold River, Mather, McClellan Park, North Highlands, Orangevale, and Rosemont.