Palo Alto Office 1% Recipients

Abilities United

Imagine a world where people of all abilities, live, learn, work and play together. Abilities United ensures that people with developmental and physical disabilities have rights, resources, and opportunities to fully participate in ...

All Students Matter

All Students Matter volunteers believe that all children deserve an equal chance to learn. Since 2008 we’ve provided trained volunteers to work in the same K-4 classrooms every week for the entire school year in east Menlo Park and East ...

Avenidas

Avenidas is a non-profit agency that provides tools for positive aging for people 50+ on the mid-Peninsula. Avenidas runs a center in Palo Alto where people can learn a language, attend a lecture, get a u shot or take an exercise class. They ...


Bring Me A Book

Compared to their peers, underserved children face a 30 million word gap as early as kindergarten. Bring Me A Book’s mission is to strengthen the language and literacy skills of those underserved children through read-aloud programs, the creation ...

Fit Kids

The Fit Kids Foundation is dedicated to promoting a healthy active lifestyle among children in underserved communities by providing high quality youth fitness programs and nutrition tips.

Fit Kids' #1 goal is to teach kids that fitness is fun! By ...

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light The Night Walk funds treatments that are saving the lives of patients today. LLS is making cures happen by providing patient support services, advocacy for lifesaving treatments and the most promising cancer ...


Magical Bridge

People with disabilities constitute the nation’s largest minority group. Over 10,000 individuals in Palo Alto have a disability and none of our public parks fully meet their needs.

Friends of the Magical Bridge, a project of Friends of the Palo ...

My New Red Shoes

My New Red Shoes helps homeless and low-income children look and feel confident as they start the school year by providing them with new clothing and shoes and by rallying youth and adults around this effort through volunteer and educational ...

Peninsula College Fund

The Peninsula College Fund (PCF) provides the tools for success in college and beyond to low-income first-generation college students. Their select local scholars receive college scholarships, one-to-one mentors, college success workshops, and ...


Peninsula Volunteers, Inc.

ENRICHING LIVES AS WE AGE

As life expectancy lengthens, communities need to embrace opportunities and challenges to help aging adults maintain their dignity, independence and sense of usefulness. Peninsula Volunteers, Inc. (PVI) provides ...

Rebuilding Together Peninsula

Founded in 1989, Rebuilding Together Peninsula estimates there are approximately 94,000 low-income homeowners in San Mateo and Northern Santa Clara counties. Rebuilding Together Peninsula providescritical home repairs, modifications, and ...

Silicon Valley Faces

Serving the Bay Area for nearly 50 years, Silicon Valley FACES is a non-profit organization building a community free of bias, bigotry and violence. They transform youth into positive community leaders by eliminating barriers of ethnicity, gender, ...


Youth Community Service

A number of our young people here in the mid-peninsula lack the sense of connectedness and direction they need to thrive. To meet their needs, Youth Community Service (YCS) engages more than 1,200 middle and high school students each year in ...