Transforming to meet the needs
of a community

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Dear Friends & Allies,

We are at a turning point. The pandemic called on us to respond quickly, act decisively, and think and operate in entirely new ways. Thanks to you – our generous donors, funders and partners – we had the resources to do just that.

In 2020, our work became exponentially more complex as the pandemic disproportionately impacted the Latino immigrant community. Immediately, we were boots-on-the ground, delivering emergency relief in the form of food and financial assistance, and assessing the changing nature of the crisis.

While the pandemic caught everyone off guard, Canal Alliance was able to respond from a place of strength, flexibility and resilience. Our mission is
clear, and our dedicated team was committed to adapting to ensure that our programs remain relevant to the needs of the community.

Having invested in cloud-based technology, we were able to pivot quickly to offer our core programs – in immigration, social services, education, and workforce
development – remotely.

We forged new partnerships to research the factors leading to the disproportionate burden of the pandemic on underserved communities while providing the Latino community in Marin with equitable access to health resources.

We partnered with health experts to launch pioneering new public health programs that trained Canal community members to serve as contact investigators, administer tests for Covid-19, and register Latino residents for the vaccine.

As a result, 98% of eligible Canal residents are now fully vaccinated.

While we adapted and launched new direct services to address the symptoms of poverty, we also grew our advocacy efforts. Through expanded partnerships with community members and local, state and national leaders, we doubled-down on our efforts to change the systems and structures that cause poverty in the first place.

We learned every step of the way, and what we learned will influence the way in which we provide services and how we conduct our advocacy efforts far into the future.

We are deeply grateful for your partnership and investment, which makes our work possible. While the Latino immigrant community is still struggling, and the barriers in employment, housing, education, and legal status are tremendously high, with your support we are heading in the direction of a more equitable and sustainable Marin County.

Thank you,

Bruce Olcott
President, Board of Directors

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Omar Carrera
Chief Executive Officer

Connecting in a crisis

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When the pandemic hit, 57% of families in the Canal had no computer at home and 39% lacked broadband internet access.

To support online learning and help families access information and resources, we helped bridge the digital divide and ensured that our services continued without interruption.


For Latino immigrant residents of the Canal neighborhood in San Rafael, which includes 2,000 school children, the lack of home computers and gaps in internet access exacerbated a longstanding digital divide, making it nearly impossible for students to access online learning and for families to access health information and resources during the pandemic.

To bridge gaps in access to devices and the internet, Canal Alliance collaborated on the cross-sector implementation of a mesh WiFi network and provided students in our youth and adult education programs with Chromebooks and hotspots. Students in our Adult ESL classes worked remotely with teachers. While they faced challenges including job loss, illness, connectivity, and overcrowded living conditions, many students found remote classes more convenient and accessible, and remained committed to learning English. Rates of attendance and persistence increased while students built not only their language skills, but also gained critical digital literacy skills.

As the only provider of comprehensive and free immigration legal services in Marin County, it was imperative that Canal Alliance shift to provide remote services to support existing clients and address emerging immigration issues. When the Biden Administration reopened DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) in January, our legal team launched an accessible online system to support new applications. Within one day, appointments were fully booked one month out.


How can we permanently bridge the digital divide and leverage our success in providing virtual services to expand our reach and impact?

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Provided to youth and adult students

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Provided virtual immigration information, referrals, or legal representation

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gained access  to the internet via a mesh WiFi network

Responding to urgent needs

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While Latinos comprise roughly 16% of Marin County’s population, they accounted for 74% of coronavirus infections in Summer 2020. We launched new public health and financial services to support Latino families who were devastated by high rates of infection and loss of jobs and wages.


The pandemic created a perfect storm for immigrant families living in poverty. Many Latino workers were among the first to lose their jobs, some faced the prospect of continuing to work in roles that exposed them and their families to the virus, while others had to quit working in order to stay home with their children. Loss of wages combined with the highest rates of Covid-19 infection among all demographic groups, overcrowded apartments that prevented safe social distancing, and little or no access to health care and the social safety net created a crisis that extended well beyond the Canal and threatened County-wide plans for reopening businesses and restarting the economy.

As a crisis that could no longer be ignored, Canal Alliance stepped up to prioritize new public health efforts. To reduce the spread of infection, fill gaps in service and provide health equity, we launched new initiatives, including bilingual and culturally-competent health outreach and education, and offered free Covid-19 testing. We hired and trained Canal residents to work as community-based contact investigators, provided case management for those in quarantine, and trained community leaders to register their neighbors for the vaccine and directly administer Covid-19 rapid tests. By Summer 2021, the Canal neighborhood, which one year earlier had the county’s highest positivity rate for the virus, reached 90% vaccination among eligible adults.

We supported emergency financial needs for workers and families, with strategies that evolved as the pandemic progressed. Staff across all programs became crisis case managers, and helped hundreds of people access unemployment insurance, rental assistance, small business loans, and stimulus support. For the many who didn’t qualify for public safety net support, we launched a new Financial Assistance Program to distribute emergency cash assistance. At the same time, our Behavioral Health team offered a lifeline of support for children and families facing unprecedented levels of stress and trauma.


How can we influence and leverage cross-sector collaborations to ensure that Latinos have access to quality jobs and equitable wages?

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in cash assistance

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Ensuring a path to stability

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Latinos represent Marin’s youngest and fastest growing demographic group, and have the highest labor participation rates, yet face many barriers to education and quality jobs. We doubled down on our commitment to providing youth and adult students with the education resources they need to achieve their long-term goals.


Canal Alliance’s primary strategy is to help Latinos access immigration legal services, education and workforce training, all of which offer proven pathways out of poverty for immigrants and their families. For residents of the Canal neighborhood, the once-in-century crisis compounded pre-existing systemic barriers to higher education, living wage jobs, career path professions and financial stability.

Even as we responded to the most urgent needs in the community, we remained committed to ensuring that youth and adult students in our programs were not interrupted from pursuing their long-term goals. When schools shifted to remote learning, staff helped students access online learning and connect with teachers remotely, while continuing to support their leadership development, social-emotional learning, and behavioral health needs. As a result, students continued on a path toward completing a four-year college degree.

Workforce students gained skills and jobs in construction and public health, and received support to apply for and disenroll from unemployment insurance benefits when they lost and regained their jobs. Latinx small business owners continued to learn business strategies and received support to apply for grants and loans, including 0% long-term loans through our Immigrant Entrepreneur Fund. Clients also had uninterrupted access to our free tax filing services.


We are well positioned to prepare the County’s Latinx workforce for jobs in the post-pandemic economy by partnering with education and business leaders committed to social justice.



returned to Latino taxpayers and sole proprietors

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in wages after 2 years for construction graduates

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in scholarships

Awarded to UP! college students

Building collective impact

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Many Latino immigrants faced language barriers, lacked digital connectivity and had a fundamental distrust of the government agencies leading the pandemic response.

We extended our impact by engaging thousands of community members, partners and funders who stepped up as generous investors and allies.

Fostering Career Access and Success

The pandemic created fear, loss, and isolation for people worldwide. For many Latino immigrant households in the Canal, there was also overcrowding at home, disconnection from the larger community, and fear and mistrust of government agencies, which made it challenging to access accurate and timely health information.

Throughout the pandemic, Canal Alliance formed new and strengthened existing partnerships to meet the crisis. We partnered with Voces del Canal, a coalition of neighborhood leaders, to train and support people to deliver bilingual and culturally-appropriate public health information to their families and neighbors. We launched the Aliados por la Salud (Allies for Health) program to address the disproportionate burden of the virus on the community. We also partnered with UCSF on a research project funded by the National Institutes of Health to understand and address the factors that led to the disproportionate burden of the pandemic on the Latino immigrant community.

Our impact was made possible by the generosity of hundreds of community members, donors and funders who supported our efforts in amazing ways. Philanthropic partners made investments to alleviate suffering and support organizational and community sustainability. Donors contributed over $3 million in emergency funds, which were directly distributed to community members who had lost jobs and wages. Others hand-sewed thousands of masks, delivered food to seniors and community members in quarantine, distributed hand sanitizer and masks at our weekly food pantry, and conducted donation drives for school supplies, diapers and formula, and gift cards to local grocery stores.


New ways of working with partners during the pandemic to achieve a collective impact will inform the way we respond to future challenges and crises.

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Canal residents

trained to provide health resources as Community Health Workers

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free tests

administered for Covid-19 by trained Canal leaders

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contribute to our Client Support Fund

Advocating for equitable recovery

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The pandemic exposed the depth of structural inequities, including an eviction crisis that threatened 2,800 low-income households with $32M in accumulated back rent by Summer 2021. We led cross-sector collaboration efforts and successfully advocated for policies to protect and support low-income communities and build a stronger Marin.


Disenfranchisement was exposed across the country – at the ballot box and through the Census – while the pandemic revealed the depth of structural inequities. In Marin, as in communities across the county, low-income Latino families faced unprecedented and disproportionate health, financial and educational impacts resulting from the pandemic.

To ensure that historically marginalized and hard-to-count populations were counted, Canal Alliance led the County’s Census outreach efforts. Despite the impacts of Covid-19, wildfires, and anti-immigrant actions at the federal level, census response rates increased by 4.2% countywide. Based on these new Census results, the Canal neighborhood was named the most segregated in the Bay Area which underscores the needs for our advocacy efforts.

Following the Census, our team supported the 2020 elections by registering voters, educating voters, and encouraging people to vote. Staff developed a Spanish-English voter guide and hosted Spanish and English virtual candidate forums on issues impacting the Latino immigrant community. The team piloted a poll observer program and a pop-up ballot drop box that can serve as a model for the county.

As our direct services expanded throughout the pandemic to address the symptoms of poverty, our advocacy efforts also deepened to address the root causes of poverty. Through new and expanded partnerships, we advocated for federal legislation to reverse the disproportionate burden of carbon pollution on communities of color, for smart transit planning that includes the needs of low-income riders, and for access to green spaces, which are so lacking for the community we serve.

With leadership from Canal Alliance, the Canal Policy Working Group (CPWG) was established as a cross-sector coalition of community leaders and public officials to address the financial impacts of the pandemic on low-income communities and support equitable pandemic recovery efforts. The group was successful in quickly implementing policies to protect tenants and is now focused on advocating for long-term solutions to affordable housing in Marin.


Build cross-sector support for the creation of safe, affordable housing for everyone in Marin County.

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in rental assistance

distributed to help families remain housed

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in county-wide census response rate

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Financial Statement

July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021





Canal Alliance is pleased to recognize all donors who made leadership gifts in FY20 and FY21 to support our mission, programs and pandemic response efforts.





Maja Kristin Fund

Marin Community Foundation

Nancy H. and James Kelso Fund

Tipping Point Community


($100,000 – $249,999)

Cohen Family Fund

Cold Mountain Fund of RSF Social Finance

Ginnie and Peter Haas Jr. Fund

Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation

Mark Pincus

Rosenberger Family Fund

The San Francisco Foundation

The Center at Sierra Health Foundation in partnership with the California Department of Social Services (CDSS)

Tides Foundation

United Way of the Bay Area

Juan and Lanya Zambrano


($50,000 – $99,999)

Anonymous x 2

Anonymous Fund of MCF

Bank of America

Catena Foundation

Margaret E. Haas

Kaiser Permanente Northern California Community Benefit Programs

Kelson Foundation

Loud Hound Foundation

Solli Ball Family Fund

Together Toward Health, a program of the Public Health Institute, through funding from a group of philanthropic organizations

The Education Trust West

Twin Oak Philanthropic Fund

William G. Irwin Charity Foundation

Zellerbach Family Foundation


($25,000 – $49,999)

Anonymous x 6

Alexander M. and June L. Maisin Foundation, a supporting Foundation of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund

Bainum Family Foundation

Bella Vista Foundation

Bothin Foundation

Catherine Burke

Thomas A. Cohen and Kristi Denton Cohen

Crescent Porter Hale Foundation

Steven Fox

Kimball Foundation

Jan and Louise Leestma

Leestma Family Foundation / Little Flower Fund

Morris Stulsaft Foundation

Tambourine Fund

The Todd and Doris Ahlsten Foundation


Venables Foundation

Wells Fargo Foundation

Wobb Family Fund


($10,000 – $24,999)

Anonymous x 8


Bank of Marin

BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc.

Butch Nachbar Fund

Amy Christensen and Drew Curby


Joshua Davis and Jessica Nenner

Dino J. Ghilotti Foundation

Dodge and Cox

Fullerton Family Foundation

George L. Shields Foundation

Susan and Dennis Gilardi

Girard Foundation


High Tide Foundation

Hilltop Group Charitable Foundation

Keep It Going Fund

Koogle Foundation

Richard H. Lawrence Jr and Dee M. Lawrence

M.S. Grumbacher Foundation

Marin County Sheriff’s Office


Clare McCamy and Harrison Miller

Mental Wellness Foundation, Inc.

Michael Metzner

Gloria Meyer

Milagro Foundation

Melissa Nelken and Ronald Lee

Newman’s Own Foundation

Allen and Lea Orwitz

Pacific Gas and Electric Company

Psychoyos/Manis Family Trust

Redwood Credit Union

Resistance Labs

Bob and Paula Reynolds

Rjp True North

Saul Zaentz Charitable Foundation

Michael and Alison Seaman

Mr. and Mrs. R. Silcock

Stephen and Britt Thal Charitable Gift Fund

The Annette Nibley Fund at the East Bay

Community Foundation

The Brown Family Trust

The Carl Gellert and Celia Berta Gellert


The Daniels Family Fund

The EACH Foundation

The Funding Passion and Love Foundation

The James Irvine Foundation

The Keith Campbell Foundation for the

Environment Inc.

The Kenan Family Foundation

Betty Gaye Toney and John Potter

Rev. Margaret and Mr. Richard Trezevant


van Loben Sels/RembeRock Foundation

Village Fund

Wareham Development

Amanda Weitman

Wendy’s Wish Giving Fund

Zephyr Fund


($5,000 – $9,999)

Anonymous x 14

Anonymous Fund of MCF

Anderson/Zand Family Charitable Fund

Andrew and Susi Giacomini Fund


Roberto and Jennifer Balmaseda

Battaglia Family Charitable Fund

Morris and Carolyn Beazley

Betsy Gordon Foundation

Bill and Patty Blanton Fund

Steven Block

Allan and Sydne Bortel

Gina and Al Claxton

Congregation Rodef Sholom

Katherine Crecelius

David Becker and Ann Peckenpaugh Becker Philanthropic Fund

Debra Thal Charitable Fund

Stephanie DiMarco and James Harleen

Edna Wardlaw Charitable Trust

Leslie and James Eichenberger

Forward Fund

FThree Foundation

Candice Fuhrman and Gary Fiedel

Giving Marin

Deborah and Jonathan Goldman

Steve and Mary Gorski

Melissa Grimm

Hartman – O’Brien Charitable Fund

Christoph Hartmann

Heffernan Foundation

Hugh and Elizabeth Fullerton Full Circle Fund

Lawrence and Mary Ellen Hughes

Keenan Kelsey

King Cahill Family Fund

Joyce and Robert Kleiner

Nelson Lee and Lia Rudnick Lee

Marion Love

Jeffrey and Susanne Lyons

Marin League of Women Voters

Marmontor Foundation

Martin Foundation

Vera and Kenneth Meislin

Meritage Medical Network

Thomas and Sandra Ogden

Pabst Family Charitable Fund

Cindy Pickens

Karen Rosenquist and Matthew Kropp

Rotary Club of Marin Sunrise

Rotary Club of San Rafael

Sarti Family Charitable Fund

Zachary Scott

Christopher Senn and Inge Hendromartono

Andre and Lesley Shashaty

Sara Spero

Mary Ann Sprague-Denison

Starlings Fund at Tides Foundation

Jamie Stobie and Daniel Ben-Horin

Stricker Philanthropic Fund

The Arthur and Charlotte Zitrin Foundation

The Barron Family Charitable Giving Account

The Franklin Fund

The Fred Gellert Family Foundation

The G.S. Leona Lauder Foundation

The Kirsner Family Charitable Fund

The Kjellson Family Fund

The Lindsey Family Fund

The Max and Anna Levinson Foundation

Thomas Theodores

Tiburon Sunset Rotary Club

Elizabeth Ury

Diane Wagner

Wardell-Smith Raabe Family Fund

William and Christney McGlashan Fund

Winifred and Harry B. Allen Foundation


($2,500 – $4,999)

Anonymous x 8

Courtney Benham

Nick and Joan Boodrookas

Andrew and Kate Brooks

Sherene and Wilson Chen

Rebecca Cherin Lilien


David and Claudia Chittenden

Compass/Pacific Union Marin Community Fund

June Cooperman and Lawrence Litvak 

Judith P Coy

Gatian Cunningham

Dominican Sisters of San Rafael

Keith Dricken

Charles and Nel Ellwein

Louise and Timothy Erdman

Diane and Dan Farthing

Saskia Feast and Axel Brait

Eileen and Andrew Fisher

Frank and Barbro Greene Charitable Fund

Fresh Sound Foundation

Ga le Mondry and Bruce Cohen

Philanthropic Fund

Jennifer Ghidinelli

Paula and Jim Gorder

Ron and Christine Grossi

Alan Grumet and Sonia Lee Charitable Fund

Carole and Gerald Gunn

Sid Hartman and Miguel Ruelas

Peter Heinemann and Dana Kueffner

Hershey Baer Fund

Hooper, Lundy and Bookman, PC

Hubert-Bly Family Fund for Marin

Doris Hunker

JSA International U.S. Holdings, LLC

Kathy Kane

Margaret Keon

Michael and Marna Kramer

Clare Krebsbach and Thomas Barber

Duff Kurland and Carol Nusinow Kurland

Martha Ann Langston

Francesca Lauria

Myra K. Levenson

Alton Lo

M. Sheila Merritt and Robert D. Mass

Family Fund

Ken Macher

Marin Airporter

Marin County Bicycle Coalition

Alexis McKeown

Moeller Foundation, Inc.

Michael and Elizabeth Mooney

Nightingale Fund

Gail Noah and Kenneth Witte

Diane Ongaro

Maria Pelletier

Peter and Suzannah Scully Fund

Barry Phegan

Peter Pike

Bob Pinder

Purple Lady/Barbara J. Meislin Fund

Restaino / Becker Family Fund

Sandy Rolleri

Rotary Club of Tiburon Sunset Foundation

Jessie Rountree and Stephen McDaniel

Stewart and Jane Rowe

San Rafael Yacht Harbor

Werner and Wilma Schneider

Seagate Properties, Inc.

Jane Sherman

Silva Watson Moonwalk Fund

SKSK Morris Family Fund

Vera Sparre and Scott Richards

David and Jacquie Spielberg

Bruce Stein

Virginia Strickland

Sven and Cheryl Pole Fund

Lisa Tabb

The Bindon Foundation

The Expenditure Fund of The Mill Valley Rotary

Service Fund

The Geisse Pile Charitable Fund

The Hartman Family Foundation

The Hutson-Wiley Echevarria Foundation Inc.

The Kim Weiss Family Fund

The Lopez Charitable Giving Fund

The O’Neill Family Fund

The Outdoor Art Club

The Solomon’s Choice Charitable Fund

Toyota Marin, a CRB Auto CEO Circle Dealer

VWLackey and DonS Fund

Walmart Foundation

Suzanne and David Warner

We stminster Presbyterian Church of

Richardson Bay

William and Candy Mitchell

Shelley Windsor

Scoby Zook and Kris Brown


($1,000- $2,499)

Anonymous x 40

Matthew Adams

Richard Adams

John Adler and Mary Margaret McClure

Linda Aldrich

Ana Amaya

Cassandra Anderson

Andrew and Susan Marrinson Fund

Carolyn Anzia

Bank of San Francisco

Lauren M. Bartone

Matt Bearson

Sara Beckman and Charles Gow

Jeffrey and Mabel Bialik

Bianucci-Reilly Family Fund

Eric S Bindelglass and Gabrielle Tierney

Bryan Birch

Blommer Legacy Fund

Kathleen and Barry Blue

Patti Breitman

Ryan Bricker

Amy Buckner

Margaret Burke

Caroline and James Burroughs

Jennifer Cai

Hector and Ashley Calderon

Lynn Callender

Gary Carlston

Omar and Erin Carrera

Mario Castaneda

Charles Schwab Corporation

Madhuri Chattopadhyay

Edward Chen and Janet Lee

John Taylor Chittick

Christ Presbyterian Church in Terra Linda

Church of The Redeemer

Susan Clark and Philip Sisson

Gertrude Coker

Jim and Holly Cole

Dayton Coles

Thomas Colgan

Comann Charitable Fund

Drs. David L. and Rebecca E. Conant

Nora Contini and John Franklin

Brook Cosby

Laura Cox and Jay Cohen

Dade-Whyte Fund

Abigail Danielson

Sara and Joseph Danielson

David R. Stern Fund of the Common

Counsel Foundation

Delta Dental

Denison Family Foundation

Mark and Catherine Devereaux

Casey Dexter-Lee

Donald O. and Ronald R. Collins Fund

Laurie and Scott Dubin

Alice Ducayet

Marsha Dugan

Carl Duisberg and Laura Lindskog 

Elizabeth and Frank Odell Family Fund

Elkin Family Fund

Emily MacMillin Charitable Fund

EO Products

Wendy Evje

Fadin Giving Fund

Carlos Felix Fretes, M.D.

Nancy Fellom

Roy Fidler

Paul Finkle and Susan DeVinny

First Congregational Church of San Rafael

First Federal Savings and Loan Association of

San Rafael

First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo

First Presbyterian Church of San Rafael

Joe and Jackie Floyd

Dean and Sandra Foose

Ann C. Forsham

Rebecca Foust

Richard Frankel and Martha Conway

Alan Front

Kim Gaddy

Gayle Donsky and Morton Stein

Philanthropic Fund

Daniel Gelbaum and Terri Moreno Gelbaum

Genentech, Inc

Gerard Buulong and Fred Silverman Fund for Marin

Gabriel Gesmer

Jamie Ginsberg

Girazian Family Fund

Sarah and Dirk Godsey

Piper Goeking and Tia Miyamoto

Lorraine Goldin and Jonathan Marshall

Bill and Susan Goldsborough

Gonwest Video Production

David Goodman, MD

Joan and Kenneth Gosliner

Michael Gothelf and Laurel Littman Gothelf

Angela Grady

Jeffrey Graham

Laurie Gregg

Christian Gronbeck

Colleen and Robert D. Haas

Arno Harris and Nadine Burke Harris

Hart-Holt Family Foundation

Kjerstin Hatch

Terry Helbush

Ted Hellman

Christopher and Linda Henn

Calesta Hergert

Herzer Donor-Advised Fund

Kim High

Evan Hirsch

Nielma Hock

Hock Investment LLC

Lauren Hoernlein

Andrew and Katey Hoffman

Sally Holland

John and Arline Howard

Ellen Hufbauer and Jack Resneck, Jr.

Grace A. Hughes

Hute Family Charitable Fund

IBM Employee Services

Yumiko Igarashi

Linda Jackson and Jim Stone

Michael A. Jacobs and Ellen L. Fuerst

Nancy and Mark Jacobs

Jishi Family Fund

Dennis and Pamela Joyce

Jonathan Kadis, Sharon Kovalsky, Liana Kadis

Aaron Kahn

David Kallmeyer

Linda and Jim Kasper

Patricia Keaney

Sean Kelsey

Michael Kilgroe and Patricia Burbank

Bruce Kirsten

Andrew Kives and Joyce Abrams

Alicia and Tom Klein

Thomas Klein

Matthew Koch

Carol Korenbrot

Jefferson Krause

Irwin D Kuntz, Jr and Jill M Ross-Kuntz

Neal Kuvara

Lanciault Giving Fund

Matthew W Langley

Dell Larcen

Joan and Martin Lasden

Valerie Layne

Gaetan Le Brun

Bob and Judith Leedy

Lin Kross Charitable Fund

Rory and Jan Little

Elaine Livengood

Lisa Long

Mary Lucas

Joan Lunneborg

Maureen Maguire

Sheryl Manis

Ryan Manka-White

Marin Charitable

Marin Covenant Church

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art

Marin Sanitary Service

Mark Day School (8th Grade)

Carole Marks

Mars Family Charitable Foundation

Emily and Peter Martin

Sandra Massen

Maya and Peter Chun Memorial Fund

Christina McArthur and Richard Rubenstein

Maria Elena McCarthy

Diana Mcclure

Aramie McDonald

Martha McNear

Lauren Menchavez

Stephanie Mendel

Robert and Diane Menist

Doreen Miao

Craig and Holly Middleton

Margaret Milton and Gordon Schaeffer

Caroline and Robert Miros

Lars Monroe

Montecito Market Place Associates

Blanche Morioka

Kevin Morrison

Mt. Tamalpais United Methodist Church

Jahnavi Muppirala

Muscat Giving Fund

Barbara Nathan

Teo Nissen

Carter and Carol Njus

Frank and Lois Noonan

Norm Levin, Natural Portraits & Events


Minette Norman and Tom Borromeo

Becky Norquist

Jan O’Brien

Paula O’Connell

Laura and Bruce Olcott

Patricia and John O’Neil

Christine and Edward O’Neill

Caren Orum

Diane Parish and Paul Gelburd

Jane Parton

Fred and Amy Paulenich

Dana Pepp

Mara Perez and Michael Bilton

Kenneth Perlmutter

Peter and Kelly Moritzburke Trust

Laurie Phuong Ertley and Brian Ertley

Daniel Pinto

Stephanie and Christopher Plante

Debbie Polhemus

Pamela Polite Fisco and Dennis Fisco

Billie Post

Orlee Rabin

Catherine Ramberg

Claudia Reimer

Bradon Rice

Marshall and Anne Richman

Joyce and Gary Rifkind

Karen Robbins

Robert K and Barbara Straus Family Foundation

Jane and Phillip Rollins

Yolanda Roose

Robert and Susan Rosenberg

Barbara Rothkrug

Marywynn Ryan

William and Stephanie Ryder

Sachleben Sullivan Family Fund

Saint Paul and Minnesota Foundation


Samuel and Irene Saligman Charitable Trust

Margaret Schadt

Jennifer Schimmel

Nancy Schlegel

Erik Schten

Dale Schultz and Lynn Vear

Mark Sheft

Shelagh Smith Giving Fund

Jack and Judy Sherman

Rick Sheviakov and Carole Sheviakov

Richard and Diana Shore

Elizabeth Shortino and Peter Eisenberg

Philip Sills

Roberta Silverstein and Stephen Sperber

Chris Skinnell

Barbara and Larry Smilie

Joan Smith

Ken Smith and Lucia Christopher

Cheryl Sorokin

Ricardo Soto

Spitz Family Fund

Howard and Pamela Squires

Domenic Stansberry

Charles and Jean Stewart

Benjamin Stock and Emily Beth Longfellow

Stolyavitch Fund

Linda Stoneall

Kimbel Stuart

Rachel Tallant

Richard Tarrant and Linda Billinger

Taubert Memorial Foundation

Tereza Costa Monteiro Fund

The Colin Family Charitable Fund

The Colwell Family Fund

The David & Colleen Horowitz Charitable Fund

The David Barker and Maggie Mason Fund

The Gretchen Frantz Charitable Fund

The Kirby Klein Family Fund

The Kloepping Connors Giving Fund

The Kulapono Family Fund

The Leh Family Trust

The Morton Fund

The Nancy Heydemann Fund

The Nuer Foundation

The Pete Kim Charitable Fund

The Peter G. and Kristin V. Gordon

Charitable Fund

The Richard and Alice Shelton Charitable Fund

The Simon-Strauss Foundation

The Slevin Family Giving Fund

The Ticknor Foundation, Inc.

The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust

The Uplands Family Foundation

Eric Thoman

David Thompson and Maureen Broderick

Jane and William Thornton

Mary Tierney

Toby E. and Robert Rubin Family

Philanthropic Fund

Bruce Todd

Wendy Todd and Jason Watkins

Thomas and Ancella Toldrian

Gregg Tolliver and Aida Calvillo

Jennifer Tomkins

Elaine Tope

Leslie Van Dyke

Michael Verheecke

Piush Vidyarthi

Virginia Fifield Fund

Barbara Ward

William Wardlaw and Julia Parker

Warren and Amy Weber Trust

William Weinberg

Cynthia Weingard

WEST Environmental Services and

Technology Inc.

Noah Wheeler

Malcolm Kenneth Whyte III and J Mc-

Genevieve Wiersema

Marika Páez Wiesen and Eric Wiesen

David Williams

Adam Willner

Susan Wolf

William Mitchel and Amy Worth

Jeffrey Wright

Annie Yoo and Edward Su

Pauline Zand

Linda Zeichner

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