Employee and Board Member Involvement

The Presidio Bank team not only values its community, but also understands the importance of community involvement. Each month is seen as a  new opportunity to volunteer time and resources to the organizations that strengthen the various communities Presidio Bank represents.

Arts, Culture & Humanities

California Society of Pioneers

300 Fourth Street San Francisco, CA 94107-1272
(415) 957-1849
www.californiapioneers.org


The Society of California Pioneers, established in 1850, is a not-for-profit museum, library, and cultural organization dedicated to increasing the knowledge and state-wide appreciation of early California history. The organization’s efforts pave the way for benefits of present and future audiences of all ages.

 

California Arts Council  

 

1300 I Street, Suite 930, Sacramento, CA  95814

http://www.cac.ca.gov

 

California Art Council is a nonprofit organization that advances California through arts and creativity.

California College of the Arts

1111 Eighth Street San Francisco CA 94107-2247
415.703.9500

http://www.cca.edu/

 

California College of the Arts is a place for people who believe creative work can positively and powerfully affect our society and for people who want to make art that matters. Creative people are recognized as necessary to help solve the world’s most pressing problems. CCA students, alumni, and faculty are at the cutting edge of every creative field, working in industry and the community, and founding enterprises of their own.

 

Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST)

 

70 Otis Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

(415)-556-9888

http://cast-sf.org

 

Community Arts Stabilization Trust was founded on the belief that the arts drive strong, vibrant, diverse communities. The Community Arts Stabilization Trust purchases and leases space for the exclusive use of nonprofit arts organizations. Without their support, some of San Francisco’s most vital arts organizations might be forced to leave because of the rising cost of real estate.

 

Community School of Music and Arts

 

230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View, CA 94040
(650) 917-6800
www.arts4all.org


Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) works to enrich and strengthen its diverse community through celebration of differences and encouragement of artistic expression. CSMA is a center for arts education where children and adults, novices or experienced individuals can learn and develop their artistic skills. CSMA engages members of the community in creative activities that develop discipline, problem-solving skills, decision making abilities, and sense of personal achievement. 

 

 

 

Mills College Art Museum

                 

5000 MacArthur Blvd., Oakland, CA 94613

(510)-430-2164

http://mcam.mills.edu

 

Founded in 1925, The Mills College Art Museum is a forum for exploring art and ideas and a laboratory for contemporary art practices. Through innovative exhibitions, programs, and collections, the museum engages and inspires the intellectual and creative life of the Mills community as well as the diverse audiences of the Bay Area and beyond.   

 

 

 

Palo Alto History Museum     

      

PO Box 676 Palo Alto CA  94302

(650)-322-3089

www.paloaltohistorymuseum.org

 

Developing the first history museum for the Palo Alto and Stanford Community. Participatory exhibits, programs and events will explore how the past has shaped today's community. As the permanent home of the City Archives, the PA History Museum will document the heritage of Palo Alto through the collection, preservation and interpretation of historic materials. Partnering with schools, the museum will be a resource for teachers and students to augment core curriculum studies. 

 

 

 

San Francisco Jazz

 

Three Embarcadero Center, Lobby Level , San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 398-5655
www.sfjazz.org


As one of the largest performing arts organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area, SFJAZZ is committed to promoting the education, production, and appreciation of jazz. SFJAZZ, since 1983, has celebrated music and those who create it, as well as help artists by providing platforms for them to share their talents through a wide variety of events and promotions. 

 

 

 

San Jose Museum of Art

 

110 South Market Street, San Jose, CA 95113
(408) 271-6840
www.sjmusart.org
 

As a distinguished museum, featuring modern and contemporary art, the San Jose Museum of Art (SJMA) celebrates the exploration of expression and interpretation. In its dedication to providing access to art in the Silicon Valley, SJMA maintains accreditation by the American Association of Museums, and serves 100,000 people each year. 

 

 

Tech Museum of Innovation

 

201 South Market Street, San Jose, CA 95113
(408) 294-8324
www.thetech.org


The goal of the Tech Museum of Innovation has always been to engage people of all ages in science, as to broaden the public’s technological experiences, provoke thought, and inspire action. The Museum has developed hundreds of unique exhibits, 97% of which are original or custom made. More than 6 million people have visited the museum since its new facility opening in October 1998, making it an important and valued resource for its community. 

 

 

 

United States Artists (USA)

 

United States Artists, 5757 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 580, Los Angeles, CA 90036

323.857.5857

http://www.unitedstatesartists.org/

 

Although 96% of Americans value Art in their communities and lives, only 27% value Artists. So the need is clear — in order to close the gap between the love of art and the ambivalence toward those who create it, artists need champions and advocates. USA invests in America’s finest artists, thereby illuminating the value of artists to society. 

               

                   

                                 

 

Business, Economic Development & Affordable Housing

 

 

 

Build Public  

     

315 Linden Street San Francisco, CA 94102

http://www.buildpublic.org

 

Build Public is a non-profit venture dedicated to innovating the public place-making process through creative institutional, physical, and policy design.  Dedicated to improve urban communities and neighborhoods through innovative public-private partnerships and financing tools that maximize social, economic and/or environmental returns to the public.

 

 

 

City of San Mateo (Investment Advisory Committee)      

 

330 West 20th Avenue, San Mateo, CA 94403

http://www.cityofsanmateo.org

 

The City of San Mateo is an organization of individuals dedicated to serving the San Mateo community. Their goals are to provide quality municipal services and responsive city government. The IAC provides added insight and an independent perspective on the City’s investment policies and practices. 

 

 

 

Friends of City Planning

 

1544 10th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122

(650)-808-0519

https://sffocp.org

 

Friends of San Francisco City Planning (FOCP) is a non-profit organization founded solely to support planning activities not funded by the City’s budget. Since 1997, FOCP has awarded over $875,000 in GRANTS to provide staff training and professional development, acquire needed technology and software, and to enhance a publicly-accessible planning process. FOCP is grateful for the strong support of many community individuals, organizations and businesses which make these grants possible.

 

 

Housing Industry Foundation  

   

1730 S El Camino Real, Suite 480, San Mateo, CA 94402 

(650)-437-2980

www.hifinfo.org

 

Housing Industry Foundation help individuals and families remain in or return to stable housing and assist with special housing projects or renovations in San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties. In addition, HIF supports efforts to identify long-term solutions to the lack of affordable housing in our community. The Board further extends the organization’s community reach by gaining the support of industry leaders who can leverage their resources, funding and skills to complete renovation projects providing knowledge and expertise in many areas; electrical work, construction, painting, and flooring just to name a few.  

 

 

 

Marin Economic Forum

 

555 Northgate Drive, San Rafael, CA 94903

(415)-483-9332                 

www.marineconomicforum.org

 

The Marin Economic Forum is a public-private partnership seeking to enhance Marin’s economic stature. The forum focuses on targeted industries and identifies those which in turn may stimulate economic success for Marin's business sectors. It works to create an environment that supports start-up, expanding and entrepreneurial businesses within Marin’s economy. 

 

 

 

Pacific Community Ventures

 

51 Federal Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
(415) 442-4300
www.pacificcommunityventures.org


By directly supporting small business and implementing core programs, Pacific Community Ventures creates jobs and economic opportunity in low-income communities. These programs -- which act to recruit, educate and invest -- include Business Advising, Insight, and Equity Funds. The organization also holds events as a way of sharing resources and information to help small businesses achieve their goals.

 

Parnow House

 

164 N. San Pedro, San Rafael, CA 94903
(415) 492-9340


The Parnow House, a part of Marin County's Network of Care, is a housing complex for seniors and disabled individuals. With the well-being of aging adults in mind, this organization works to provide low-income seniors with a safe, affordable and accessible place to call home. 

 

 

 

Rebuilding Together Oakland Easy Bay   

 

230 Madison Street 1E, Oakland, CA 94607

(510)-625-0316

www.rtoakland.org

 

Rebuilding Together Oakland works collaboratively to rejuvenate neighborhoods through the rehabilitation of homes owned by low-income homeowners and non-profit facilities that serve low-income communities. 

 

 

 

San Francisco Bay Area Council 

 

353 Sacramento St., 10th Floor, San Francisco, California 94111

(415)-946-8777

http://www.bayareacouncil.org

 

The Bay Area Council is a business-sponsored, public policy advocacy organization for the nine-county Bay Area. The Council proactively advocates for a strong economy, a vital business environment, and a better quality of life for everyone who lives here. Founded in 1945, as a way for the region’s business community and like-minded individuals to concentrate and coordinate their efforts, the Bay Area Council is widely respected by elected officials, policy makers and other civic leaders as the regional voice of business in the Bay Area.

 

 

 

San Francisco Center for Economic Development              

 

235 Montgomery Street, Floor 12, San Francisco, CA 94104

(415)-352-8855

www.sfced.org

 

The San Francisco Center for Economic Development (SFCE) believes San Francisco to be an unsurpassed city due to its population of industry leaders and business growth. With a dedication to fostering a business-friendly environment, the SFCE helps businesses grow and succeed through collaborative efforts of both the City and the County. Professionals who take advantage of the center's resources have access to industry networks and information.

 

 

San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR)  

 

654 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105        

(415)-781-8726  

http://www.spur.org

 

With research, education and advocacy at its core, SPUR has been involved with all major urban planning decisions in the San Francisco Bay Area. By uniting the city's citizens to jointly craft solutions to current issues, SPUR acts as a facilitator and cornerstone of its community.

 

 

 

Solano Economic Development Corporation     

 

360 Campus Lane Suite 102, Fairfield, CA 94534

 (707)-864-1855

www.solanoedc.org

 

The mission of the Solano Economic Development Corporation is to attract, grow, and retain business and industry in Solano County that will enhance the economic vitality and quality of life in our communities. Solano County is one of the fastest growing counties in California with a population of 420,000. Most importantly, the Solano Economic Development Corporation offers expanding businesses a confidential, centralized resource for locations throughout Solano County.                 

 

 

State Assistance Fund for Enterprise, Business and Industrial Development Corporation (SAFE-BIDCO)

 

1377 Corporate Center Parkway, Suite A, Santa Rosa, CA  95407

(707)-577-8621

http://www.safe-bidco.com

 

SAFE-BIDCO is a non-traditional financing source for small businesses statewide, offering multiple loan programs (SBA, state guarantee, geographically-specific programs, etc.) that are specifically tailored for each individual business. Created by the legislature in 1981, SAFE-BIDCO is a non-deposit lender offering programs to enhance economic development, foster job creation, community growth, and industrial diversification. They help California small businesses through loan guarantees, direct loans, mentoring programs, and other services.

 

 

West Contra County Business Development Center

 

 

 

Working Solutions        

   

930 Montgomery Street, #400, San Francisco, CA 94133
(415)-780-1217

http://tmcworkingsolutions.org

 

Working Solutions is a Community Development Financial Institution rooted from TMC Development, whose mission is to provide micro entrepreneurs with the access to capital and resources they need to start or grow a successful business. Prioritize serving low-income individuals, women, and minorities the focus to providing every business with 5 years of business coaching, mentorship, and resources. 

 

Career & Professional Development

 

                  

 

California Society of CPAs (Peninsula Chapter Silicon Valley)       

 

1800 Gateway Drive, Suite 200, San Mateo, CA 94404-4072

http://www.calcpa.org

 

California Society of CPAs  strives to increase the value and promote the integrity of the CPA profession, contribute to the success of members, and strengthen client, employer, public and government trust in CalCPA member advice, work products and opinions.    

 

 

CIVCOM                

 

2101 Webster Street, Oakland CA 94612                 

www.civcomready.org

 

Organized in 2016, CIVCOM prepares members of military organizations being discharged from active duty for employment and provides employment opportunities.

 

 

 

Commercial Real Estate Women of the East Bay

 

1201 Wakarusa Drive, Suite D, Lawrence, KS 66049

www.crewnetwork.org                   

 

CREW Network is the industry's premier business networking organization dedicated to advancing the achievements of women in commercial real estate. More than 10,000 CREW Network members represent nearly every discipline within the industry globally and have a presence in over 70 major markets across North America. CREW Network seeks to influence the success of the commercial real estate industry by focusing on fulfilling four key initiatives: business development, leadership development, industry research and career outreach

 

 

 

Financial Women of San Francisco            

 

268 Bush Street #2822 San Francisco, CA  94104-3503

http://financialwomensf.org

 

Financial Women of San Francisco advances the success of women in finance in the Bay Area. Formerly known as “The Financial Women’s Association of San Francisco,” they are an essential source of insight and inspiration to more than 300 financial women throughout the Bay Area.  Financial Women of San Francisco helps women advance their careers, broaden their professional and personal networks, and stay on top of important issues.        

 

 

Job Train

 

1200 O' Brien Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94025

(650)-330-6429                 

 

Job Train works with individuals who are in need of career counseling, job placement opportunities, and life skills development. Those who take advantage of Job Train’s programs leave with valuable insight into their own unique abilities and skills. These understandings help propel Job Train graduates into careers that are of quality and benefit.
 

 

 

San Francisco Estate Planning Council    

 

767 Brannan Place, Concord, CA 94518 

(925)-566-8590

http://sfepc.org

 

The San Francisco Estate Planning Council is a highly recognized interdisciplinary organization established in 1953 for San Francisco professionals involved in estate planning, providing its members with opportunities to enhance their skills and expand their network through programs and interaction.   

 

Chamber of Commerce

 

Novato Chamber of Commerce

 

807 DeLong Avenue, Novato CA 94945
(800)-897-1164

www.novatochamber.com


In its efforts to make Novato a "Business Friendly City," the Novato Chamber of Commerce acts as a force against legislation and bills that prevent businesses from flourishing. By hosting fundraisers, promoting awareness and improving connections, the chamber helps its local business owners and employees reach their goals. 

 

 

Redwood City San Mateo Chamber of Commerce   

           

1450 Veterans Blvd. Suite 125 Redwood City, CA 94063

(650)-364-1722

http://www.redwoodcitychamber.com

 

The mission of the Redwood City, San Mateo County Chamber of Commerce is to promote economic prosperity for our community through business representation and advocacy with emphasis on information, communication and education.

 

 

San Francisco Chamber of Commerce     

 

235 Montgomery Street, 12th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94104     

(415)-392-4520

http://www.sfchamber.com

 

The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce is the largest and most inclusive business membership organization in San Francisco. For more than 160 years, the Chamber has served the needs of business and helped create a vibrant San Francisco. The mission is to attract, develop and retain business in San Francisco. Success will lead to an environment that promotes job growth, continued economic expansion and a quality of life that is unsurpassed.

 

 

 

San Rafael Chamber of Commerce    

        

817 Mission Avenue, San Rafael, CA 94901

(415)-454-4163                 

http://srchamber.com

 

The San Rafael Chamber of Commerce is a member-based business advocacy organization providing a strong voice in support of the economic vitality of the community.

Education Services & Scholarship Funds

 

 

Archbishop Riordan High School                

 

175 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112  

(415) 586-8200                  

www.riordanhs.info

 

Archbishop Riordan High School is an urban Catholic high school for boys, owned by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of San Francisco, fostering development in faith, character, academics, athletics and the arts. Archbishop Riordan strives to be a Christian community of faculty, students, parents and others, while focusing on helping students develop Christian values of love of God, love of oneself and love of others.

 

 

Children's Pre-School Center

 

4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA, 94303-4762 
(650)493-5770
www.cpsccares.org

 

Working parents in Palo Alto have access to an accredited, specialized and innovative child-care center through the work of the Children’s Pre-School Center. With on-going research and implementation of current early childhood development and education understanding, CPSC offers much more than merely a day-care center. Instead, it also offers an award-winning facility, qualified and enthusiastic teachers, as well as programs that encourage play, exploration, and growth. Parents whose children have taken part in the center’s resources greatly value the experiences and provisioned opportunities.

 

 

French American International School

 

150 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 558-2000
http://www.frenchamericansf.org

 

French American International School is regarded as the oldest and largest bilingual school in California. As an accredited, respected and successful school, its academic programs of study lead to both the International Baccalaureate and French Baccalaureate diplomas. The school’s student body represents 56 nationalities as well as differing socio-economic, ethnic, religious, political and social backgrounds.

 

 

 

 

 

Head Royce

 

4315 Lincoln Avenue, Oakland, CA 94602

(510) 531-1300

www.headroyce.org

 

Head-Royce is a nationally recognized K-12 independent school situated in the hills of Oakland, California. Their mission is to inspire a lifelong love of learning with a focus on scholarship, diversity, and citizenship. Head-Royce enrolls a diverse student body of approximately 875 talented and ambitious learners. Open to all students regardless of race, color, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, nationality, or ethnic origin.

 

 

Jewish Coalition for Literacy       

 

131 Steuart Street, Suite 205, San Francisco, CA 94105

(415)-977-7436

www.jclread.org               

 

The Bay Area Jewish Coalition for Literacy (JCL) operates in three regions: San Francisco, East Bay and Peninsula. The JCL is dedicated to eliminating childhood illiteracy by mobilizing tutors, engaging parents and expanding home libraries to help underserved public school children throughout the Bay Area.            

 

 

 

Lighthouse Charter School

 

444 Hegenberger Road, Oakland, CA 94621

(510) 562-8225

http://lighthousecharter.org  

 

The mission of Lighthouse Community Charter School is to prepare a diverse, K-12th grade student population for college and the career of their choice by equipping each child and youth with the skills, knowledge, and tools to become a self-motivated, competent, lifelong learn. Dedicated to serving a student population that has been historically underserved by the traditional school system, Lighthouse Community Charter School provides a much-needed option for students and their families in Oakland, California. Lighthouse is comprised of two contiguous schools, one serving grades K – 8 and the other serving grades 9 – 12.  

 

 

 

 

Northern California Carpenters Scholarship Fund              

 

(510)-568-4788

http://www.nccrc.org/scholarships.html

 

The Northern California Carpenters/Thomas A. Morton Memorial Scholarship Foundation was founded in 1991 by the Executive Officers of the Carpenters 46 Northern California Counties Conference Board, based on the belief that charity should begin at home and that the principal benefit of Union membership is not only to improve one's own lot in life, but also that of our children.  With those thoughts in mind, government approvals were secured and trust accounts were

established.  Contributions from golf tournaments and the like have been accruing, and this year they are able to give awards to eighty-five (85) lucky applicants.

 

 

 

Palo Alto Community Child Care

 

3990 Ventura Court, Palo Alto, CA 94306 
(650)-493-2361
www.paccc.com

 

Palo Alto City Council, in 1971, strongly urged the community to take on more active roles within the realms of child care and similar services. Palo Alto Community Child Care (PACCC), established three years later, acted to allocate funds for early childhood care and educational programs. As a result, PACCC has ultimately pioneered and established a network of community child care providers. With an emphasis on providing quality care and celebrating quality teachers, the PACCC is valued as a community leader.

 

 

 

San Francisco School Alliance - Advisory Committee       

 

131 Steuart Street, Suite 501, San Francisco, CA 94105

(415)-857-9650

http://sfschoolalliance.org/about-us/advisory-council/

 

SF School Alliance is an advocate for the SF Unified School District and works to leverage the broad-based resources of the community to enact strategic school reform so that each student in our city’s public schools has access to quality education. The Advisory Council of the San Francisco School Alliance keeps the organization up to date and in line with the needs of our city’s business community, particularly regarding workforce needs.

 

 

 

San Francisco State University - Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies        

 

3150 Paradise Drive Tiburon, CA 94920

(415)-338-1111

http://www.rtc.sfsu.edu

 

The Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies is San Francisco State University’s marine and estuarine research facility. RTC's mission is to illuminate the vital connections between science, society, and the sea. RTC is situated on a breathtaking 36 acre parcel of bay front property located just outside the town of Tiburon, California. The Center's location is an ideal setting for our scientists and students to conduct their research -- much of which focuses on understanding the natural forces at work in the San Francisco Bay and its surrounding wetland environments.

 

 

 

 

Santa Clara University    

 

500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95053

(408)-554-4000

https://www.scu.edu

 

Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Santa Clara University blends high-tech innovation with a social consciousness grounded in the Jesuit educational tradition. Committed to leaving the world a better place Santa Clara University continues to pursue new technology, encourage creativity, and helps students engage with communities, and share an entrepreneurial mindset. Their ultimate goal is to help shape the next generation of leaders and global thinkers.

 

Sojourn to the Past

 

300 Piedmont Avenue, Room 222, San Bruno, CA 94066

(650) 952-1691

www.sojournproject.com

 

With a focus on providing youth with an education of social justice, the Sojourn project partners with students to provide a moving classroom. This classroom reaches 25,000 students each year, and spreads knowledge of the Civil Rights

Movement. 

 

 

 

 

Take Me To The River Education Initiative             

 

Sausalito, CA      

http://tmttreducation.com 

 

Take Me To The River’ is an award-winning full-length documentary film directed and produced by Martin Shore. The film brings multiple generations of award-winning Memphis and Mississippi Delta musicians. Through the program the film is sent directly to schools to share a screening in master classes, with Q&A sessions and more.  Interacting directly with students, teachers and the community Take Me To The River Education Initiative brings history to life and foster a

deeper understanding and respect for all cultures, genders and generations. 

 

 

 

University of San Francisco (School of Management)

 

2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117-1080

(415) 422-5555

http://www.usfca.edu/

 

The University of San Francisco School of Management is focused on the whole person: students work in cohorts, learning and functioning as interdependent teams — just as they will do in the professional world. They engage in Service Learning and apply their new business skills and knowledge to solve practical problems facing non-profits.  Some students study micro-lending while others develop expertise in multicultural marketing.  Global Immersion programs — in Chile, Argentina, China, Turkey, Dubai, Russia, and more —help students develop both global consciousness and global networks.  Through Entrepreneurship and Innovation, they begin to invent their own futures along with future businesses.

 

 

Woodside School Foundation    

 

3195 Woodside Road Woodside, CA 94062

(650)- 851-1571

http://www.woodside.k12.ca.us/             

 

The mission of the Woodside School Foundation (WSF) is to provide a dependable flow of funds to supplement the Woodside School District's budget. The goal is to ensure continued excellence in academic, social and cultural programs. The Foundation raises this financial support from, and is accountable to, the parents and the broader community. It is the intention of the Foundation to support the School Board and Administration to ensure donations are consistent with the spirit of the Woodside School District's Strategic Plan. 

Environment & Preservation

 

Build it Green  

 

1330 Broadway, Suite 1702, Oakland, Ca. 94612                

www.builditgreen.org

 

Build It Green (BIG) is a nonprofit organization comprised of thought leaders and building industry veterans who share a vision for better buildings and a diligence for getting results. Their pioneering work is transforming how homes are built and renovated in California and beyond. They help professionals adopt green practices and grow the market for efficient, healthy homes.

 

City of Belvedere, CA     

 

450 San Rafael Avenue Belvedere, CA 94920

http://www.cityofbelvedere.org/Archive.aspx?ADID=726#            

 

Provides emergency assistance and guidance to families in assigned area of responsibility in the community. Responsibilities include fire and earthquake preparedness and response.         

 

Marin County Open Space District

 

18 Jeannette Prandi Way, San Rafael, CA 94903
(415) 499-6405

www.marincountyparks.org       

 

Made up of committed professionals who serve in operations and maintenance, planning and resource management, volunteer, environmental education, and administrative services, it is clear that Marin County Open Space District thrives on natural variety and organic resources. With dedication to educating, inspiring, and engaging the people of Marin, the Marin County Open Space district makes strides in protecting and enriching the county’s natural beauty.

 

National Forest Homeowners Association

 

(800)-669-9971

http://www.nationalforesthomeowners.org/

 

National Forest Homeowners (NFH) is the largest organization of its kind in the United States. With over 40 years of history and more than 5,000 members in all 24 states where Special Use Recreation Residences exist on National Forest lands.  NFH advocates for a viable cabin program through education and communication between cabin users, tract organizations, government agencies, and the interested public.

Presidio Trust    

 

103 Montgomery Street, San Francisco CA  94129

(415)-561-5300                                      

http://www.presidio.gov

 

The Presidio Trust is an innovative federal agency created to save the Presidio and transform it for a new national purpose. The Trust's vision is that the Presidio will be forever a public place: vital to the Bay Area, important to all Americans, and recognized for achieving broad benefits for the nation.

 

 

Recology (Community Events)

 

Recology’s vision is to create a world without waste by developing and discovering sustainable resource recovery practices that can be implemented globally. This begins by building an exceptional Resource Ecosystem – one that both protects the environment and sustains the local community. It’s a ‘closed loop’ ecosystem that makes it possible for our communities to achieve high landfill diversion and meet their sustainability goals. As an employee-owned company, Recology seeks to act as a community resource. With focus on improving the lives of its community members through education and action, Recology events that directly benefit the planet, as well as its local residents. Events include free compost giveaways, and various sustainable garden lectures

Funds

 

100Marin.Org   

 

Larkspur, CA

 www.100marin.org

 

100+ People Who Care Marin is a circle of like-minded philanthropic individuals who are dedicated to enhancing the support of Marin County non-Profits. Founded in January 2015, the group has over 200 members and a host of additional local enthusiasts.      

 

Tipping Point

 

220 Montgomery Street, Suite 850, San Francisco, California 94104
415.348.1240

http://www.tippingpoint.org

 

A community of advocates, investors, activists, companies, and individuals passionate about eliminating poverty in the Bay Area. They find, fund and partner with worthy organizations to change the lives of families and individuals in need.

 

Women's Club of Palo Alto   

       

475 Homer Avenue Palo Alto CA 94301  

(650)-321-5821

http://womansclubofpaloalto.org

 

The Woman's Club of Palo Alto is a member of the General Federation of Women's Club as well as a member of the California Federation of Women's Club.  In terms of membership, they are the largest club in the state of California.  Uniting people and place, The Woman's Club of Palo Alto builds on a proud history of public engagement. Members apply themselves in creative and philanthropic ways to accomplish great things both in the local community and within the club.

 

Health & Human Services

 

Bay Area Sutter Health

 

2200 River Plaza Drive, Sacramento, CA 95833

(800)493-137

http://www.sutterhealth.org

 

The Sutter Health Not-For-Profit Network includes 48,000 physicians, employees and volunteers who care for patients in more than 100 Northern California cities and towns. Together, they strive to create a more integrated, seamless and affordable approach to caring for patients.             

Canary Foundation          

 

3155 Porter Drive, Palo Alto, CA 94304 

http://www.canaryfoundation.org

 

Canary is the world’s first non-profit organization dedicated solely to the funding, discovery, and development of tests for early cancer detection. The Canary Foundation is based on a results-only business approach and cross-disciplinary collaborations and partnerships with renowned researchers, scientists and global institutions such as the Canary Center at Stanford and the Center of Excellence at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center—two centers that the Canary Foundation was instrumental in creating.

Canon Barcus Community House

 

670 Natoma Street, San Francisco, CA
www.csh.org

 

The Canon Barcus House, opened on March 19, 2002, by the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH), is a 48-unit permanent supportive housing apartment building for homeless and very low-income families living with special needs. These needs are often related to substance abuse, mental health, and HIV/AIDS. Families are provided access to services and enjoy the same tenant rights as any other San Francisco renter.

Dogs4Diabetics

 

1400 Willow Pass Ct, Concord, CA 94520

www.dogs4diabetics.com            

 

Dogs for Diabetics  provides quality medical-alert assistance dogs to insulin-dependent diabetics through programs of training, placement, and follow-up services; and to, develop, promote and advocate standards of quality, performance, support and disclosure for all medical assistance dog teams. They work through evaluating, researching, and monitoring dogs and clients to continuously improve processes and outcomes for clients.  Their goal is to advocate high standards for all medical assistance dog providers, so that medical assistance dogs will become more accepted, respected and available around the world.

Episcopal Diocesses of California

1055 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 
(415) 673-5015
www.diocal.org

 

The Diocese of California Episcopal Church values the enrichment and well-being of its neighbors in surrounding areas. Thus, it works to provide grants and stimulate funds for the purpose of homeless and low-income housing in the Bay Area.

 

 

Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco

 

165 Eighth Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 487-3300

http://www.ecs-sf.org

The Episcopal Community, in operation for 27 years, services of San Francisco serves very low-income individuals and families, as well as the homeless population in the San Francisco area. The organization’s goal is to end homelessness

through the provision of housing and stability.

 

 

Glide Foundation             

 

330 Ellis Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

(415)-674-6000

www.glide.org

 

Glide Economic Development Corporation is an organization that seeks to make a difference in its community by reaching out to those who are in need. The corporation believes that real change starts from within, and likewise, clients need to be met where they are in order to feel the support they need to transform their lives. Love, compassion and acceptance are channeled through Wellness, Spirit, Growth and Leadership programs.

 

 

J Street

 

PO Box 66073 Washington, DC 20035    

(202)-596-5207

www.jstreet.org 

 

J Street is the political home for pro-Israel, pro-peace Americans who want Israel to be secure, democratic and the national home of the Jewish people. Working in American politics and the Jewish community, they advocate policies that advance shared US and Israeli interests as well as Jewish and democratic values, leading to a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 

 

Lucille Packard Children's Hospital          

 

725 Welch Road, Palo Alto, CA 94304

(650)-497-8000

http://www.stanfordchildrens.org

 

Stanford Children’s Health is the only health care network in the Bay Area – and one of the few in the country – exclusively dedicated to pediatric and obstetric care. Nationally ranked and internationally recognized, the 311-bed hospital provides comprehensive services and deep expertise in key obstetric and pediatric areas: brain & behavior, cancer, heart, pregnancy & newborn, pulmonary and transplant. Stanford Children’s Health also provides wide range of services for babies, kids and pregnant moms. They bring world-renowned Stanford expertise and innovation from the core of our enterprise, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, to our specialty service locations, general pediatric practices and partnerships with community hospitals across the entire San Francisco Bay Area.

 

 

Northern California HomeAid    

 

1350 Treat Blvd., Suite 140 Walnut Creek, CA 94597

(925)-906-9139

http://www.homeaidnc.org

 

HomeAid Northern California is an integral part of the fight to end homelessness. As a chapter of HomeAid America, a leading national non-profit for today’s homeless, we are committed to making a difference by building new lives for homeless families and individuals in Northern California through housing and community outreach. Formed in 1999, HomeAid, working with service providers like Shepherd’s Gate and Teen Challenge, builds and remodels the facilities where the homeless learn the skills to re-enter the mainstream while living in dignified housing. The HomeAid model mobilizes members of the building industry to donate labor, materials and expertise to build and remodel the shelters, allowing the service provider to concentrate on funds for services to help the residents.

 

 

One East Palo Alto

 

17980-B Bay Road, East Palo Alto, CA 94303
(650) 330-7462

http://www.oneepa.org/

 

One East Palo Alto is the product of a partnership spearheaded by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and initially formed with Peninsula Community Foundation (PCF), Stanford University Haas Center for Public Service, and Community Development Institute (CDI), to guide comprehensive resident-driven neighborhood renewal in the City of East Palo Alto. Today OEPA operates as a local intermediary to achieve the vision of transforming the city into one community where residents are celebrated for their diversity and are engaged, informed and empowered to attain the economic, social, and educational resources they need to maintain a good quality of life.     

 

 

Ritter Center

 

16 Ritter St, PO Box 3517, San Rafael 94912
(415)457-8182
www.rittercenter.org

 

The low-income and homeless population of downtown San Rafael has experienced Ritter Center’s outreach and services first-hand. By providing primary health care, emergency financial assistance, supplementary food, clothing, shower, laundry and restroom facilities, those in need are able to experience a more stabilized life, free of charge. Ritter Center also provides access to resources the low-income and homeless may benefit from, such as employment opportunities, substance abuse treatment and mental health services. Ritter Center’s goal is to help individuals improve their day-to-day lives, and become involved members of their communities.

 

Saint Francis Memorial Foundation         

 

900 Hyde Street Suite 1208, San Francisco, CA 94109      

(415)-353-6650

https://www.saintfrancisfoundation.org

 

The mission of the Saint Francis Foundation is to raise funds and make grants that support and enhance the ability of Saint Francis Memorial Hospital to deliver exceptional health care services and compassionate care to its patients and to the communities the hospital serves Through the community partners support they launched their newest community benefit initiative, the Tenderloin Health Improvement Partnership, or Tenderloin HIP for short. This multi-sector collective impact partnership is committed to improving community health, safety and well-being for more than 33,000 residents of the Tenderloin, one of San Francisco’s most densely populated and neediest neighborhoods.

San Juan Rio Relief

 

202 Stonehenge Rd., Lafayette, LA  70503
(337) 988-3274
www.sanjuanriorelief.org

 

The people of Rio San Juan, Nicaragua have received much needed support and assistance through the help of San Juan Rio Relief. Until 2003, the small island had only one doctor with very limited resources to provide medical care to over 6,000 individuals. With a team comprised of both people from the States and Nicaragua, San Juan Rio Relief has expanded to provide supplies to all of Rio San Juan's 20,000 citizens.

STAND! For Families Free of Violence    

 

1410 Danzig Plaza, Concord, CA

(925)-676-2845                 

www.standffov.org

 

STAND! For Families Free of Violence works towards ending the cycle of violence in the family.  They are committed to promoting safe and strong families by providing a complete spectrum of prevention, intervention, and treatment programs.  STAND! For Families Free of Violence enlist the efforts of local residents, partners, and institutions, all of whom are striving to stop domestic violence and child abuse. STAND! For Families Free of Violence is also a founding member of the Zero Tolerance for Domestic Violence Initiative, a cross-sector organization working to help solve domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.

 

The Arthritis Foundation of Northern California

 

657 Mission Street, Suite 603, San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 356-1230
www.arthritis.org            

 

The Arthritis Foundation is the largest private, not-for-profit contributor to arthritis research in the world. While funding more than $380 million in research initiatives and grants since 1948, the foundation helps people take control of their arthritis by providing public health education, pursuing public policy and legislation, as well as conducting evidence-based programs to improve quality of life.

United Religions Initiative

 

1009 General Kennedy Ave., San Francisco, CA 94129
415-561-2300
www.uri.org


The United Religions Initiative utilizes global advocacy as a vehicle to transform religious tension into positive social change. The organization focuses on social issues as they impact youth, women, and the environment. By creating an environment where people of different faiths and backgrounds can come together and discuss social, global issues, they gain the tools necessary to work with others for the good of their communities.

USO       

 

Mezzanine Level/Terminal 1 San Francisco Int'l Airport San Francisco, CA

(650)-821-7614

https://bayarea.uso.org

 

USO Advisory Councils are volunteer organizations established by the USO to assist and support designated USO Centers in the U.S. and abroad.  For nearly 75 years, the USO has been the nation’s leading organization to serve the men and women in the U.S. military, and their families, throughout their time in uniform. Provides Emotional wellness; entertainment events; food; holiday celebrations; information services, and transition programs for US Military. The Advisory Councils are comprised of a limited number of select individuals, nominated by the USO Center Director and appointed by the USO Board of Governors. Appointment is based on one’s dedication to the USO’s mission, community standing in the area served by the centers and the ability to generate substantial assistance and financial support for the USO’s mission.

Rotary Organizations

 

Rotary international (Walnut Creek, Healdsburg, Palo Alto, San Mateo and Santa Rosa)

 

www.rotary.org  

 

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. In more than 160 countries worldwide, approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 30,000 Rotary clubs. The main objective of Rotary is service — in the community, in the workplace, and throughout the world. Rotarians develop community service projects that address many of today's most critical issues, such as children at risk, poverty and hunger, the environment, illiteracy, and violence. With locations in Walnut Creek, Healdsburg, Palo Alto, San Mateo and Santa Rosa they support programs for youth, educational opportunities and international exchanges for students, teachers, and other professionals, and vocational and career development. The Rotary motto is Service Above Self.

 

Diablo View Rotary Club of Walnut Creek              

 

1700 N Broadway #310, Walnut Creek, CA 94596

www.rotary.org                 

 

Healdsburg Rotary           

 

Healdsburg, CA 

http://healdsburgrotary.org

 

Rotary Club of Palo Alto

 

PO Box 592 Palo Alto CA 94302 

www.rotarypaloalto.org 

 

San Mateo Rotary

 

P.O. Box 95, San Mateo, CA 94401

http://www.sanmateorotary.com/ 

 

Santa Rosa Sunrise Rotary

 

P.O. Box 505
Santa Rosa, CA 95402

http://www.santarosarotary.com

 

 

Sports & Fitness

 

Cal Student Athlete Job Mentoring Program      

 

Intercollegiate Athletics, 2227 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, CA  94720     

Mentorship program put in place for student athletes to participate in value internship experiences that aid them in preparation for life after college and sports.  

 

Leading2Play     

 

726 Live Oak Lane, Pinole, CA 94564 

(510)-393-0279

www.leading2play.org

 

Leading2Play is an innovative, fun, inclusive, school-based health and fitness program that engage young people from all walks of life in sports activities that improve their wellbeing and prospects for academic and life success. Leading2Play program design is based on proven child development and leadership principles and established research relating to exercise, health, and academic outcomes. The program enables students, with training and support from a team of professional advisors, to design, lead, and manage their own sports and fitness activities in schools and other venues – experiences that become energizing and habit-forming. Leading2Play puts kids front and center in designing and carrying out unique, inclusive sports and fitness activities. Whether they're planning a Frisbee golf tournament, Hula Hoop contest or lunch-time flag football game, the kids are in charge and everyone is invited.

 

 

 

Marin County Motorcycle Assoc                

 

530 Alameda Del Prado, Box # 393, Novato, California 94949

(415)-455-5418

http://mcmadirt.com

 

The Marin County Motorcycle Association (MCMA) is a non-profit all volunteer organization established in 1965. They maintain a modest (1200 acres) sized dirt bike trail riding area in West Marin.

 

 

 

 

National Football Foundation

 

433 E. Las Colinas Blvd. Suite 1130, Irving, TX, 75039
(972)-556-1000

http://www.footballfoundation.org

 

The National Football Foundation aims to "build leaders through football," by promoting and supporting amateur football, the qualities of leadership, sportsmanship and a drive for excellence. The foundation inspires young people through channels of influence, knowledge, development and honor. In these ways, the foundation serves not only young people who have a love for football, but also the nation as a whole.

 

 

The First Tee      

 

4501 Pleasanton Avenue, Pleasanton, CA 94566

(925)-462-7201

http://www.thefirstteetrivalley.org 

 

The First Tee is an international youth development organization introducing the game of golf and its inherent values to young people. Through after school and in school programs, they help shape the lives of young people from all walks of life by reinforcing values like integrity, respect and perseverance through the game of golf. Creating quality Junior Gold programs in Tri-Valley and Contra Costa Counties.

 

The Olympic Club Foundation and Dante Benedetti Foundation                 

 

524 Post Street, San Francisco CA 94102

(415)-345-5100

http://www.olyclub.com

 

Established on May 6, 1860, The Olympic Club has long been a west coast powerhouse in amateur sports. The Club is the home of many local, regional, national and international champions and has hosted five U.S. Opens. The club has over 5,000 active members compete in over 19 sports and two historic clubhouses in San Francisco: the City Club, near Union Square, and Lakeside, at the Pacific Ocean.

 

 

 

YMCA of San Francisco  

 

50 California St.  Suite 650 San Francisco, Ca 94111

(415)-777-9622                 

https://www.ymcasf.org

 

The YMCA has long been at the forefront of providing quality, low-cost programming for youth. Our programs are run by caring, experienced staff with a focus on youth development principles: safety, relationship building, skill building, community involvement, and meaningful youth participation.

                 

 

 

Youth Development, Shelter & Crisis Services

 

AchieveKids       

 

3860 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, CA 94303        

www.achievekids.org

 

With two locations in Palo Alto and East San Jose, AchieveKids serves Bay Area children, aged 5 to 22, with emotional and/or developmental disabilities including mental retardation, autistic spectrum disorder, mood, disruptive behavior, anxiety, and psychotic disorders. They approach and address the child, not the diagnosis.

 

Adolescent Counseling Services

 

1717 Embarcadero Road, Suite 4000, Palo Alto, CA 94303 
(650)424-0852
www.acs-teens.org


The past thirty-six years have resulted in helping over 35,000 young people and their loved ones find peace and comfort during the struggles of adolescence. Adolescent Counseling Services believes that the most effective tool in promoting a teen’s self-esteem is empowerment. Realization of social and emotional potential, therefore, is achieved through counseling, preventative education, and other various programs.  Programs include on campus counseling, after school counseling, substance abuse treatment, as well as community education. These avenues provide resources and valuable information for individuals, families and community leaders who wish to better understand adolescents and the struggles they face.

 

 

All Stars Helping Kids     

 

970 Main Street, Redwood City, CA 94063

(650) 363-1395

www.allstarshelpingkids.org

 

All Stars Helping Kids promote a safe, healthy and rigorous learning environment for disadvantaged children.  The organization believes in 360 degrees of support, which encompass programs regarding Rigorous Academics, Health & Fitness, and Life Skills. All Stars Helping Kids also provides financial support and help with programs to like-minded schools and organizations.

                 

 

Boy Scouts of America   

 

http://www.scouting.org              

 

The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nations’ largest and most prominent value-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.      

 

Girl Scouts of Northern California

 

7700 Edgewater Drive, Suite 340, Oakland, CA 94621

(510) 562-8470

https://www.gsnorcal.org

 

Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. is the largest voluntary organization of girls in the world. Girl Scouts of Northern California has over 47,000 girls and 32,000 adults who take part in programs for the developmental, educational, emotional and social needs of girls. Girl Scouts of Northern California serves 19 counties in Northern California.

Hanna Boys Center

 

17000 Arnold Drive, Sonoma, CA 95476
(707)996-6767
www.hannacenter.org


Since 1949, Hanna Boys Center (HBC) has provided a “haven of hope” for underprivileged, troubled, and at-risk boys – with ages ranging from thirteen to eighteen. The center’s ultimate goal is to give these young individuals the tools necessary to be self-respecting, empowered, and contributing members of their communities. While living on the one hundred and sixty-acre campus, those enrolled in the program have access to a fully accredited school, healthcare, physical education and recreational outlets. HBC, in valuing faith, education and care, makes monumental impacts on the lives of these at-risk youth.

 

 

My New Red Shoes          

 

330 Twin Dolphin Drive, Suite 135, Redwood City CA 94065         

(650)-241-3911

www.mynewredshoes.org

 

My New Red Shoes helps homeless and low-income children look and feel confident as they start the school year by providing them with the gift of new clothing and shoes. Founded in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2006, My New Red Shoes has impacted the lives of more than 45,000 homeless and low-income children.

            

 

 

National Charity League

 

959 South Coast Drive, Suite 225 Costa Mesa, CA 92626

(714)-966-1005

https://www.nationalcharityleague.org

 

For more than 50 years, National Charity League, Inc. (NCL) a nonprofit, has thrived as one of the nation’s most distinctive and well-respected mother-daughter membership organizations. Today, NCL has over 180 Chapters with more than 50,000 actively engaged members (women and daughters in grades 7 through 12) in 22 states. In fact, it is the only such volunteer force of its kind serving local communities around the United States. Annually, NCL members volunteer approximately one million hands-on hours in local communities, and as many or more supporting their own non-profit Chapter corporatio                  

 

           

North Bay Children's Center       

 

C Street Campus  932 C Street Novato, CA 94949

(415)-883-6222

www.nbcc.net

 

North Bay Children’s Center was founded on the belief that every child should be provided equal access to quality care and early education, which paves the way for academic success for years to come. North Bay Children's Center provides comprehensive high-quality child care and early education programs fueled by our vision of excellence and a spirit of innovation.

 

Novato Youth Center     

 

680 Wilson Ave.  Novato, CA 94947

(415)-892-1643

www.Novatoyouthcenter.org

 

Provides youth and families, particularly those in need, with comprehensive programs that connect them to resources, strengthen skills, build community, and support their academic, emotional, and physical growth.

 

The Young President's Organization        

 

(972) 587-1500

https://www.ypo.org

 

The Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), founded in 1950, connects young chief executives with a global network of other career-driven individuals. This network gives YPO members access to information, contacts and other resources that cater to their unique needs and interests. Those who use YPO as a tool experience benefit from a profound impact on their professional as well as personal lives.                 

 

 

Young Men's Service League      

 

1-866-602-YMSL                

http://ymslnational.org

 

Young Men’s Service League is a mother-son organization dedicated to serving their local communities and enhancing mother-son relationships. The young men and their mothers participate in a four year program of philanthropy, education and leadership. The organization is fast growing with chapters throughout the nation.