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About-FaceAbout-Face frees girls from the confines of a toxic culture so they can fulfill their potential. We arm self-identified girls with the knowledge and tools they need to fight back against the media and other forms of culture that diminish and disempower them.Youth Development350KFiduciary/Governing BoardVirtual
San Francisco
Bay Area
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African Library ProjectThe African Library Project changes lives book by book. We coordinate book drives in the United States and Canada and partner with African organizations to start small libraries in schools and villages.Education500KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
Peninsula
East Bay
Virtual
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After-School All-Stars Bay AreaAfter-School All-Stars Bay Area provides free, comprehensive afterschool programs, mentoring, and transformative opportunities that keep students safe and help them succeed in school and life.Youth Development600KFiduciary/Governing BoardOakland
South San Francisco
Virtual
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Alternative Family ServicesAlternative Family Services is a Foster Family, Adoptions, and Mental Health agency for children and youth.Families/Children22MFiduciary/Governing BoardOakland
Virtual
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Art in ActionWe're committed to providing youth with an equitable education through diverse visual arts curricula. Our program ignites creativity by providing hands-on, art lessons that support learning across common core and national visual arts standards. We address the lack of access to art education that limits students from establishing a strong foundation for future academic and professional success.Education1.3MAdvisory BoardMenlo Park
Virtual
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Asian Law AllianceThe mission of the Asian Law Alliance is to provide equal access to the justice system to low income Santa Clara County residents.Civil/Human Rights2.4MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
Palo Alto
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BenetechWe’re a nonprofit that empowers communities with software for social good. Our work transforms how people with disabilities read and learn, makes it safer for human rights defenders to pursue truth and justice, and connects people to the services they need to live and prosper.Education13.5MFiduciary/Governing BoardPalo Alto
Virtual
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Biotech PartnersBiotech Partners provides a comprehensive, career and technical education in public high schools and community colleges. Underserved youth get personal, academic and professional development experiences that increase participation in higher education and access to fulfilling science careers. As of 2018, Biotech Partners has made more than 1,500 internship placements with student earnings totaling more than $3.4M. Workforce Development1.2MFiduciary/Governing BoardBerkeley
Virtual
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Blossom Birth & FamilyWe connect new and expectant families to services, resources and support for a healthy, informed and confident pregnancy and parenting journey. We offer prenatal yoga classes, childbirth preparation and parent education, parent baby groups, and more. Blossom is a trusted resource for Bay Area families navigating the new world of pregnancy, birth and early parenting.Families/Children600KFiduciary/Governing BoardPalo Alto
Virtual
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Boys to Men USABoys to Men USA is a national mentoring organization comprised of a network of 16 centers across the United States. We create and sustain communities of trained group mentors who support youth during a critical time in their development. Our proven method of mentoring through in-school/site-based programs, adventure outings and adventure weekends provides the resources youth need to navigate life. Resulting in enhanced relationships, increased school performance, family connection, and positive community contributions.Youth Development250KFiduciary/Governing BoardVirtual
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BravenThe mission of Braven is to empower promising, underrepresented young people—first-generation college students, students from low-income backgrounds, and students of color—with the skills, confidence, experiences and networks necessary to transition from college to strong first jobs, which lead to meaningful careers and lives of impactWorkforce Development1.8MAdvisory BoardSan Jose
Bay Area
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CaminarCaminar is a community-based agency that has been empowering and supporting individuals and families with mental health and substance abuse needs to move toward resilience, wellness, and independence for more than 50 years. Through the understanding of root causes, Caminar transforms the lives of more than 20,000 people each year with our evidence-based prevention, treatment, and recovery services.Health/Well-being43MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Mateo
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Career GirlsSince 2011, Career Girls has built and continues to expand the largest online career platform focused on girls. It includes 12,000+ videos of over 600 successful female role models, career discovery tools, life skills lessons, and more. We work with girls, parents, and schools via our online platform and Career Days that highlight diverse, professional women.Education450KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
Virtual
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Charities HousingCharities Housing is develops, preserves, and manages affordable housing for low-income individuals and their families. We are committed to developing affordable housing because we recognize that affordable housing is essential to healthy communities. Through service enhanced property management and structured resident involvement, Charities Housing contributes to the highest standards of human dignity and participation in our community.Homelessness/Low-Income/Poverty3.75MFiduciary/Governing BoardSanta Clara County
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Christmas in the ParkChristmas in the Park is a 2.5 acre holiday celebration in the heart of downtown San Jose consisting of more than 500 decorated Christmas trees, animated displays, nightly entertainment from Thanksgiving through New Year's Day. A small but mighty staff and a working board of directors make this event magical and keep it free for everyone to enjoy.Community Building1.1MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
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Coalition for Clean AirIn the State with the dirtiest air in the nation, the Coalition for Clean Air remains California's only statewide organization advocating exclusively for cleaner air. For over 40 years, we’ve made significant improvements to California's air by advocating innovative policy solutions, encouraging the adoption of new technologies, educating the next generation and engaging the public to take action.Environment1.6MFiduciary/Governing BoardBay Area
Sacramento
Los Angeles
Other
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Coastside State Parks AssociationSupport 15 California State Parks on the San Mateo County coast from Devil's Slide to Ano Nuevo. We support volunteer programs, habitat restoration projects, improve access for everyone as well as restore historical structures.Education400KFiduciary/Governing BoardHalf Moon Bay
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Community Overcoming Relationship AbuseCORA is the only agency in San Mateo County solely dedicated to helping those affected by intimate partner abuse. From counseling, to emergency housing, to legal assistance, our services are designed to provide safety, support, and healing.Health/Well-being5.8MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Mateo
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Downtown Streets TeamDowntown Streets Team is ending homelessness by restoring the dignity and rebuilding the lives of unhoused men and women. Founded in 2005, Downtown Streets Team is now beautifying thirteen Bay Area communities, serving over 750 unhoused men and women a year and growing. Our goal is to end homelessness in our lifetime: one community at a time.Homelessness/Low-Income/Poverty11.5MFiduciary/Governing BoardPalo Alto
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FabMoFabMo encourages and promotes both good stewardship of the earth and creative reuse.  Each year we rescue from the interior design community 100 tons of unused, discontinued samples of textiles, wallpaper, tile, leather and more that were destined for landfill.  We distribute these materials at monthly public events to makers from the greater Bay Area.Environment140KFiduciary/Governing BoardMountain View
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FishWiseFishWise has works closely with the seafood sector to improve sustainability. At the core of our approach is close collaboration with seafood businesses. By working a rich body of industry and NGO experts that demonstrate leadership in the field, we build multi-stakeholder collaborations with NGOs, corporations, and governments to co-design solutions and strategies for making greater progress in sustainable seafood and addressing cross-sector sustainability. Environment3.9MFiduciary/Governing BoardSanta Cruz
Virtual
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Fresh Lifelines for YouthFounded in 2000, Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY) is an award-winning nonprofit dedicated to breaking the cycle of violence, crime, and incarceration of teens. FLY believes that all our children deserve a chance to become more than their past mistakes. FLY’s unique programs include legal education, leadership training, and one-one-one mentoring.Youth Development6.5MFiduciary/Governing BoardPalo Alto
Milpitas
Mountain View
San Jose
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FUHS FoundationThe FUHS Foundation promotes equity and excellence in public education. We support over 10,000 students that attend the five high schools in the Fremont Union High School District. Key areas of support: Student Support Services, College & Career Planning, Academic Enrichment.Education400KFiduciary/Governing BoardSunnyvale
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Gray AreaGray Area is San Francisco's premier cultural hub applying creative action for social transformation. Through public events, education, and incubation, we bring together the diverse communities of the Bay Area to engage with critical issues facing society.Arts/Culture1.5MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
Virtual
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Greater OpportunitiesGreater Opportunities provides services to adults with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities. Our Mission is to empower people to achieve greater self-sufficiency and lead richer lives.Civil/Human Rights3.5MAdvisory BoardSanta Clara
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Heart and Soul, Inc.Mental Health Peer Support for San Mateo County Our Mission: Creating connection, hope, and healing through peer support for mental wellness.Health/Well-being1.3MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Carlos
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Hemophilia Foundation of Northern CaliforniaThe Hemophilia Foundation of Northern California (HFNC) serves the needs of people impacted by bleeding disorders through enhancing quality of life by providing support, education, outreach, advocacy and research through our affiliated national foundations.Health/Well-being700KFiduciary/Governing BoardVirtual
Bay Area
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High Tech High HeelsHigh Tech High Heels's vision is to close the gender gap in STEM professions in the United States. Our mission is to increase the number of girls entering into a college-level degree program in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM). Our charter is to grant resources (volunteers, funds) to proven programs that provide school age girls with hands on experiences across different aspects of STEM and inspiring the next generation by connecting them with STEM female professionals.Youth Development400KFiduciary/Governing BoardSanta Clara
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History San JoseHistory San Jose is a historical museum, cultural environment with the mission to enrich the cultural heritage of San Jose and Santa Clara Valley through research, collections, cultural and art partnerships, educational programming and events.Museums1.8MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
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Home & HopeWe partner with over 30 faith houses to provide emergency shelter and daily meals for homeless families. 1,400 community volunteers help house and feed our guests in the parish halls of our participating faith houses. Our case managers work with the families to help transition them to permanent housing.Homelessness/Low-Income/Poverty370KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Mateo
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Hope ServicesSince 1952, Hope Services has delivered a range of services to thousands of people with developmental disabilities. We currently help approximately 3,200 participants and their families, from infants through seniors, who reside in the six counties we serve: Santa Clara, San Benito, Santa Cruz, San Mateo, Monterey, and Alameda.Families/Children58MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
Virtual
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Horizon Services, IncWe cultivate or restore a sense of hope, self-awareness and community to people impacted by substance use and mental health challenges by providing effective trauma informed prevention, treatment and recovery services in Santa Clara, San Mateo, and Alameda counties. Our continuum of services include: adult sobering, detoxification, both residential and outpatient, youth focused school-based, outpatient education, prevention, and counseling services for individuals and families.Health/Well-being16MFiduciary/Governing BoardHayward
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Housing and Economic Rights AdvocatesHERA is a statewide, not-for-profit legal service and advocacy organization dedicated to helping Californians — particularly those most vulnerable — build a safe, sound financial future, free of discrimination and economic abuses, in all aspects of household financial concerns. We provide free legal services, consumer workshops, training for professionals and community organizing support, create innovative solutions and engage in policy work locally, statewide and nationally.Homelessness/Low-Income/Poverty950KFiduciary/Governing BoardOakland
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Housing ChoicesHousing Choices empowers people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to live inclusively in the community by partnering with housing developers to create quality, affordable housing with a preference for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We provide housing navigation and housing retention services to more than 2,000 individuals with developmental disabilities in: Santa Clara; San Mateo; Santa Cruz; Monterey; and San Benito counties.Homelessness/Low-Income/Poverty4MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
Virtual
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IMPACT Bay AreaIMPACT Bay Area teaches effective boundary setting, personal safety, and physical self-defense skills. Our classes are tailored to meet the needs of people of different ages, genders, and identities. We seek to create a community where everyone has the personal safety tools to live a fuller, more confident life.Health/Well-being300KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
Virtual
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International Veterinary OutreachInternational Veterinary Outreach (IVO) is an animal welfare advocacy organization that investigates local public health needs as well as develops and implements sustainable veterinary services and training programs in underserved communities worldwide.Animals50KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
Virtual
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Japanese American Museum of San JoseThe Japanese American Museum of San Jose has the mission to "collect, preserve and share Japanese American history, art and culture" with a special emphasis on the World War II Internment of Japanese Americans and the relevance of both the Japanese American immigration experience and the Internment to contemporary social issues and discussions.Museums250KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
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Juma VenturesJuma is a nonprofit social enterprise that operates businesses with the purpose of employing young people. Too many young people want to work but lack the education, skills, and confidence they need to get and keep a job. Whether a foster kid, a kid in the juvenile justice system, or a kid without access to resources, unless someone gives them a chance, they will remain trapped in a cycle of poverty. Our programs focus on low-income transition-aged youth (ages 16-24), who are at risk of disconnection from school and work. This is projected to cost the economy $93 billion annually in lost revenue and increased use of social services.Youth Development7MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
San Jose
Sacramento
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Junior Achievement of Northern CaliforniaOur mission is to inspire and prepare youth to succeed in a global economy. We provide workforce readiness, entrepreneurship, and financial literacy programming to 90,000 K-12 students each year; empowering and inspiring students toward their college and career success. Our service area covers 26 Northern and Central California counties including Santa Clara and San Mateo.Youth Development2.9MFiduciary/Governing BoardPalo Alto
San Francisco
Virtual
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KaraKara offers a safe and caring environment where those coping with death and dying can express and normalize their feelings of grief. Our peer services are provided by volunteers with experience in healing from their own personal loss and are carefully screened, trained and supervised.Health/Well-being1.3MFiduciary/Governing BoardPalo Alto
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LEVYdance, Inc.Since its founding in 2002, LEVYdance has developed into a nationally recognized performing arts organization that serves the San Francisco dance community as a creative incubator, community space and innovative arts presenter. LEVYdance fosters an artistic community in the South of Market neighborhood by providing space and administrative support to over 10,000 artists annually.Arts/Culture350KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
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Life Services AlternativesLife Services Alternatives provides exceptional community living and day programs for adults with disabilities. We believe all people with developmental disabilities have the right to live life to its fullest in our community. Through personalized programs focused on skill-building, we make a difference in the quality of our residents’ lives, enabling them to reach their true potential.Health/Well-being11.3MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
Virtual
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Live Oak Adult Day ServicesLive Oak's mission is two fold: to provide a quality day care program that enhances the lives of frail, dependent seniors while providing respite for their caregivers. We strive to help people stay brighter longer and to age in place, hopefully preventing or delaying institutionalization.Seniors1.2MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
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Living ClassroomLiving Classroom makes education come alive and empowers the next generation by growing environmental champions, ​inquisitive learners, and healthy eaters. Garden-based learning provides more than three dozen different learning experiences for K-5th students The experiential lessons build from one year to the next on important core topics like photosynthesis, life cycles, ecology, and the scientific method. Lessons to real life.Education560KAdvisory BoardMountain View
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Mental Health Association of Alameda CountyMHAAC has been serving people with mental illness and their families in Alameda County since 1958. In 2006, MHAAC also began providing Patients’ Rights Advocacy Services in San Mateo County and in 2019 Marin County. MHAAC is an independent local affiliate of the Mental Health Association in California and the national organization Mental Health America. We provide services to individuals and caregivers inclufing advocacy, hearing representation, and system navigation.Families/Children4.1MFiduciary/Governing BoardOakland
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Mulberry SchoolMulberry School inspires children to a life of learning and positive contribution to the community. We offer enriched programs specifically created to meet the needs of our preschool, elementary, and middle school students in small classroom settings.Education2.4MAdvisory BoardLos Gatos
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Music in Schools TodayMusic in Schools Today works with professional teaching artists to develop curriculum and provide low-cost music and arts education to PreK-12 at no cost to students and their families.Education400KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
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National Parents OrganizationNational Parents Organization focuses on family court reform, research and public education with the goal to make shared parenting, when custody is shared equally after divorce or separation, the norm in all fifty states. We have over 25 state affiliates and in 2020 want to team up with companies to educate employees on the benefits of shared parenting.Families/Children400KFiduciary/Governing BoardVirtual
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New Museum Los Gatos | NUMUNew Museum Los Gatos (NUMU), formerly the Museums of Los Gatos, founded in 1965, is an art and history museum located in the Civic Center Plaza in downtown Los Gatos. NUMU's mission is to engage community at the intersection of art, history and education through innovative, locally connected and globally relevant exhibitions, programs and experiences.Museums633KFiduciary/Governing Board Los Gatos
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OkizuOkizu helps all members of families affected by childhood cancer to heal through peer support, respite, mentoring, and recreational programs. For 38 years, Okizu has provided peer support programs for children and families affected by childhood cancer based on the community-forming nature of a residential camp experience.Families/Children2.2MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
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Palo Alto Art Center FoundationThe Palo Alto Art Center is your place to see and make art, activate your creativity and expand your community. The Palo Alto Art Center Foundation expands the reach and impact of the Art Center through fundraising and advocacy. As a public-private partnership, the Foundation bolsters program excellence and helps the Art Center reach larger audiences.Museums750KFiduciary/Governing BoardPalo Alto
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Palo Alto PlayersWith community at our core, Palo Alto Players is the home for creating exceptional theatre experiences that inspire, entertain, and enrich the lives of our local artists and audiences.Fine/Performing Arts840KFiduciary/Governing BoardPalo Alto
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Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA)The Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA) is the largest association of wildlife centers in Africa. Our 23 member organizations in 13 countries secure a future for Africa’s primates and their habitat. The combination of PASA’s global network and our members’ local expertise uniquely positions the Alliance to protect chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, and monkeys from extinction.Animals1.0MFiduciary/Governing BoardUS cities
African countries
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Peer Health ExchangePeer Health Exchange's mission is to empower young people with the knowledge, skills, and resources to make healthy decisions. We do this by training college students to teach a skills-based health curriculum in under-resourced high schools across the country covering mental health, sexual health and substance use.Health/Well-being7.9MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
New York City
Virtual
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Peninsula Family YMCAThe Peninsula Family YMCA builds strong kids, strong families and communities by enriching the lives of all people in spirit, mind and body. We build equity through diversity, inclusion and engagement. We ensure everyone has the opportunity to reach their fullest potential.Community Building9MAdvisory BoardSan Mateo
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Peninsula Volunteers Inc.For over 70 years, Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. has committed to caring for seniors on the SF Peninsula. Annually we impact over 5,000 households through three core programs, Meals on Wheels, Rosener House, and Little House. Our passion is derived from our philosophy that high quality and nurturing programs keep seniors engaged, cared for, and respected as vital community members.Seniors5.3MFiduciary/Governing BoardMenlo Park Virtual
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Rebuilding Together Silicon ValleyRepairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives. For over 28 years, Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley has served low-income Santa Clara County homeowners, primarily older adults and people with disabilities, by providing critical home repairs and safety modifications. In 2019, RTSV assisted 657 individual homeowners, impacted over 25,000 people in our community, and put 2,205 volunteers to work making a difference in our community.Homelessness/Low-Income/Poverty2.9MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
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Robert Moses KINSince founding Robert Moses' Kin in 1995, the artist Robert Moses has created numerous works of varying styles and genres for his highly praised dance company. His work explores topics ranging from oral traditions in African American culture to the nuanced complexities of parentage and identity and the simple joys of the expressive power of pure movement. Fine/Performing Arts150KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco Virtual
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Ruraq MakiRuraq Maki is a 501(c)3 tax exempt non-profit that creates economic opportunities for low income female artisans working with traditional crafts. Through fair trade practices and educational workshops Ruraq Maki creates a bridge between artisans and a global market, creating a world where women are economically and socially independent.Workforce Development250KFiduciary/Governing Board San Francisco
Virtual
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San Francisco Shakespeare FestivalSan Francisco Shakespeare Festival's mission is to make the words and themes of Shakespeare accessible to everyone, regardless of age, ethnicity, financial status or level of education. Our annual Free Shakespeare in the Park production is a beloved cultural tradition, and our arts education programs are national models.Fine/Performing Arts1.2MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
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San Jose Day NurserySan Jose Day Nursery is an over 100 year old not for profit Child Development program offering high-quality Early Learning services to children 6 weeks to entering Kindergarten with over half of the families being low income.Families/Children1.8MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
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San Jose Museum of ArtThe San José Museum of Art is the preeminent modern and contemporary art museum in Silicon Valley. SJMA creates inviting, innovative programs and creative, interactive experiences. Providing dynamic learning opportunities for adults and vital educational services for youth and families, SJMA’s educational programs encourage inquiry and visual thinking. The Museum works across cultural boundaries and promotes deeper awareness, enjoyment, and knowledge of modern and contemporary art and design.Fine/Performing Arts5.6MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
Menlo Park
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San Jose Museum of Quilts & TextilesThe mission of the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles is to share and celebrate the art and culture of textiles. The Museum is the nexus for fiber artists, art lovers, collectors, quilters, and crafters who share a passion for fiber art and a deep commitment to its preservation and evolution.Museums695KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
Virtual
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San Jose TaikoFor more than 45 years, San Jose Taiko has crafted innovative performance and provided diverse educational programs grounded in taiko - ensemble drumming with Japanese drums. From our acclaimed Touring and Junior Taiko programs, to School Outreach, and Master Classes, our offerings empower diverse voices and educate across cultures for a more accepting and activated world.Fine/Performing Arts655KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
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School Health Clinics of Santa Clara CountySchool Health Clinics of Santa Clara County improves the health and well-being of more than 5,800 low-income, medically underserved individuals by providing accessible, high-quality healthcare. Our five clinics are located on school campuses in San José and Gilroy and offer primary care to the communities where they are located, including immunizations, well-child checkups, behavioral health, and reproductive health services.Health/Well-being4MFiduciary/Governing BoardSouth San Jose
Virtual
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Silicon Valley ShakespeareSilicon Valley Shakespeare performs award-winning new takes on the classics in various South Bay venues; often free to the public, always free for youth. SVS provides two summer camps and various in-school workshops at area schools. Established in 1999, SVS brings the classics to new audiences, cultivates new generations of artists and theatregoers, and entertains audiences both old and new.Fine/Performing Arts230KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan José
Los Altos
Palo Alto
Virtual
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StarVistaStarVista helps people throughout San Mateo County navigate life challenges. For more than 50 years, our counseling, crisis prevention, youth housing, and early childhood programs has helped tens of thousands of people in our community each year. We work closely with local governments to fill unmet needs, partner with schools to connect directly with young people, and collaborate with other non-profits to share expertise and best practices.Families/Children16MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Carlos
Virtual
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Stevenson HouseStevenson House (aka Palo Alto Senior Housing Project Inc, PASHPI) was established in 1967. Our mission is to provide quality, affordable housing where independent elders with low incomes can enjoy a safe, caring and multicultural community.Seniors2MFiduciary/Governing BoardPalo Alto
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Teatro VisiónTeatro Visión is a Chicanx theater company serving the Latinx and other diverse communities of the Santa Clara Valley and the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Our mission is to create theater rooted in Chicanx and Latinx experiences to inspire the people of Santa Clara Valley and beyond to feel, think, and act to create a better world.Fine/Performing Arts370KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
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The Audacity Performing Arts ProjectThe Audacity Performing Arts Project is a micro budget youth theatre company specializing in after school theatre productions and workshops in the most most underfunded and under-resourced Title 1 schools in Silicon Valley.Fine/Performing Arts120KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
Cambell
Virtual
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The Center for Election ScienceWe study and advance better voting methods that empower voters. Our primary work moves us away from our choose-one voting method to approval voting, which lets voters choose ALL the candidates they want. We do this by collaborating with local groups to run ballot initiatives. Our work fundamentally changes elections.Civil/Human Rights1MFiduciary/Governing BoardVirtual
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The Grateful Garment ProjectWhen a person is a sexual violence victim they offered the option to undergo a rape kit. During which they are asked to surrender their clothing for evidence. Leaving them with nothing to wear home. Our purpose is to restore dignity to victims of sexual violence. We accomplish this by providing new resources for people who have been sexually victimized.Health/Well-being506KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
Virtual
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The Magic TheatreMagic Theatre is dedicated to the cultivation of bold new plays, playwrights, and audiences – and to producing explosive, entertaining, and ideologically robust plays that ask substantive questions about, and reflect the rich diversity of, the world in which we live. Magic believes that demonstrating faith in a writer’s vision by providing a safe yet rigorous artistic home, where a full body of work can be imagined, supported, and produced, allows writers to thrive.Arts/Culture1.2MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
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Trees of RighteousnessTrees of Righteousness is a new non profit dedicated to the vision of opening a safe house for adult, female survivors of human trafficking. We will provide a 3-phase, holistic model to help in the healing process, taking survivors through stabilization, age-appropriate life plan and leading up to self-sufficiency.Civil/Human Rights995KFiduciary/Governing BoardRemote/virtual.
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Unity CareEstablished in 1993, Unity Care is a national accredited, strengths-based, family-focused, and culturally proficient youth and family agency. Unity Care’s goal is to provide safe, stable and affordable housing for youth and young adults as they age out of foster care and to provide them with the supportive services they need to achieve self-sufficiency.Homelessness/Low-Income/Poverty4MFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Jose
Virtual
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YMCA Camp Jones GulchNestled in the Santa Cruz Mountains amongst the redwoods, our 927 acre property provides year-round access for conferences and retreats, outdoor education, family and summer camp programs and ropes course. Creating opportunity for everyone to experience nature is our goal!Environment4MAdvisory BoardSan Mateo
La Honda
Virtual
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Young Audiences of Northern CaliforniaYoung Audiences of Northern California served more than 33,000 children in the Bay Area last year through of live arts education programs including assemblies, workshops, and hand-on residencies and public performances. We worked in all nine counties of the Bay Area and partnered with our roster of 47 professional teaching artists and arts orginzations. We have a long and rich history in the Bay, having been part of the arts education for over 57 years, and we are an affiliate of a national network that, together, serves more than 5 million children and is the single largest arts education provider in the US.Families/Children730KFiduciary/Governing BoardSan Francisco
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