BREAD AND ROSES
Pays for a Veterans Day
jazz quartet performance
at the VA hospital.
Marin Advocates for Children
Brings The Lisa Project, an immersive, multisen-sory experience that gives each visitor a firsthand
view of the world of child abuse, to a public place
for a week. marinadvocates.org
JESSICA’S HAVEN Allows 10 special needs participants to take part in a vocational program and learn
job skills by bathing the rescues, vacuuming the
floors, folding towels and if they are capable, walking the dogs for one week. jessicashaven.com
SchoolsRule-Marin Buys a pottery wheel
for an art class. schoolsrule.org
sets for five students.
Adds a class and camera site
to the Hands on High School
program, which gives teens
the chance to learn field biology and technical skills while
contributing to long-term studies on the ecosystem of river
otters. If desired, the donors
can have the site named after
MARIN CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING
Allows MCIL to install a ramp in a home to make
it wheelchair accessible. A recent backyard ramp
installation made it possible for a client with multiple
sclerosis to go to her backyard for the first time in
five years. marincil.org
Provides hay for a full year
for six equine therapists.
Fixes trails to improve
public access and
signage about the birds
and plants of the sanctuary. audubon.org
Center for the
Arts Covers on-site
housing and studio
space for an Artist in
Residence for a month.
six months of classes at
a Bay Area VA facility.
KIDS Buys dolls and
Hot Wheels cars for
two major deliveries
to five hospitals.
Extrafood.org Helps ExtraFood add staff to
recruit new food donors and add the necessary infrastructure to recover and deliver the new donations.
MARIN CITY HEALTH
CENTER Pays a month’s
salary for two staff
facilitators to run youth
programs serving 100
middle schoolers and
high school teens who
live in Marin City.
mental health and
OT W participants have
trauma in their pasts.
Individual psychotherapy for one person for a
year averages $10,000.
SOCIE T Y Purchases
a new commercial washing machine to tackle the
of daily laundry.
KIDS Covers operating expenses for
the year for 362 kids.
The Conscious Kitchen
Pays for a one-week training
session for new school chefs.
WHISTLESTOP Allows Jackson Cafe to
keep its doors open for one month, providing
chef-prepared, healthy, subsidized meals to
seniors and community members. Besides
good nutrition, the cafe also offers an inviting
setting where seniors can share a meal with
others instead of eating alone. whistlestop.org