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Citrus Heights has 19 fireworks stands. See which nonprofit is behind each one

A fireworks stand in the Grand Oaks Shopping Plaza is run by Cornerstone Christian School. // CH Sentinel

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Want to support a local nonprofit? It can be as simple as choosing where to purchase fireworks.

Fireworks stands often represent a major annual fundraiser for various nonprofit organizations in Citrus Heights, with some reporting net revenue of upwards of $10,000 in a week or less of sales. Several local nonprofits told The Sentinel their profit margin on sales range from around 28-35%, depending on rent paid for the space and other fees.

In Citrus Heights, there are a total of 19 licensed fireworks stands this year, according to the city. While a visit to one may help a local little league, making a purchase a few blocks up the street could support police or a local church.

The following is a list of locations and the name of the organization in charge of the stand, as provided by the city’s Community Development department:

  • Antelope Road Christian Fellowship: 7951 Antelope Rd.
  • Bella Vista High Band Boosters: 5425 Sunrise Blvd.
  • Church of the Harvest: 7951 Auburn Blvd.
  • Cobra Baseball Club:
    • 6916-6920 Sunrise Blvd.
    • 8001 Greenback Ln.
  • Citrus Heights Police: 6920-7030 Auburn Blvd.
  • First Apostolic Church: 7400 Greenback Ln.
  • Friends Church: 7070 Woodmore Oaks Drive
  • Job’s Daughters Bethel: 8421 Auburn Blvd.
  • Knights of Columbus: 7817 Old Auburn Rd.
  • Royal Stage Christian Performing Arts
    • 6422-6458 Tupelo Drive
    • 8525 Auburn Blvd.
  • Sunrise Girls Softball: 7147 Greenback Ln.
  • Sunrise Little League: 7601 Sunrise Blvd.
  • SOAR Neighborhood Assoc: 7901 Greenback Ln.
  • Tabernacle Baptist Church: 6425 Antelope Rd.
  • American Legion: 7920 Old Auburn Rd.
  • Byers Gymnastics: 7000 Sunrise Blvd.
  • Romanian Christian Fellowship: 7963 Auburn Blvd.

Fireworks stands in Sacramento County were allowed to begin sales on Sunday and will continue through July 4.

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