Since then, numerous organizations and individuals have supported the Center financially, by assisting with facilities renovation, by creating and executing new programs and by raising awareness of our cause.
We always welcome new partnerships, especially from local organizations, schools and businesses that are looking to give back to their local community. We also invite organizations who would like to share and collaborate on providing direct services to our local community. Please contact us for more information on how your group can get involved.
Our Community Partners:
- Daughters of Charity Foundation
- Philanthropic Ventures Foundation – Since our inception, has supported the Center with valuable advice and grant funding
- Stanford University-Haas Center for Public Service and Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education Program in Community Engaged Learning – Provides students each quarter to lead workshops at the Center in topics such as writing, health and wellness, effective meetings and to support our ESL learners as Language Partners
- Chan Zuckerberg Initiative – Supports the Center through grant funding and training opportunities
- Able Works – The Center refers women to their Liveable program, which teaches economic self-sufficiency
- Facebook – Their Local Community Fund provides grant funding to support our programming.
- Street Code Academy – Lends laptops to students of the Center to enable them to participate more fully in Zoom classes during COVID
- Junior League of Palo Alto•Mid Peninsula, Inc. – Helped establish the Center with funding and volunteers; grantor to the Center
- Carl Gellert and Celia Bertha Gellert Foundation – Provides grant funding to support our programming and site improvements
- Palo Alto Community Fund – Provides grant funding to support our programming
- Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund – Provides grant funding to support our programming
- Atkinson Foundation – Provides grant funding to support our programming
- San Mateo County – Measure A – provided funding for classroom enhancements
- One Life Counseling Services – Provides mental health services to our student population
- Jane Stern and her book club – Provide Citizenship Class and Language Partners
- All Saints Episcopal Church – Provides Language Partners
- Bring Me a Book Foundation – Provided book bags filled with books that students from the Center may check out for their children
- Menlo Park Live Oak Lions Club – Provides eye examinations and glasses to the Center’s students and their children
- Hidden Villa – Provides summer camp opportunities for the children of the Center’s students