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At year’s end, gratitude for exemplary local organizations

Justin Warren, Chamberlin Family Foundation
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The Chamberlin Family Foundation was founded on the belief that every student in every neighborhood of West Contra Costa should have access to an excellent public school. To this end, our grantmaking focuses on schools, educators, and organizations that drive transformative impact in local K-12 education.

Yet we also know that it takes a village to provide our young people with everything they need to succeed in school and beyond. We are grateful for the leadership of those who share our vision for a thriving, vibrant West Contra Costa community and work in sectors beyond our foundation’s primary focus.

This season, we are honored to support the efforts of these exemplary local organizations by dedicating over $100,000 in End Of Year Giving.

Bay Area Community Resources
Boys & Girls Club of El Sobrante
Bright Futures Growth & Development Center
Building Blocks for Kids Collaborative
Safe Return Project
College is Real
Girls Inc.
Hilltop YMCA
Latina Center
Literacy Lab
Leadership Public Schools: Richmond
Mindful Life Project
Office of Neighborhood Safety / Richmond PAL
Pogo Park
Potential Project
Read-Aloud Volunteer Program
Richmond Community Foundation
Rubicon Programs
RYSE Center
Seneca Family of Agencies
SMASH Program, Level Playing Field Institute
Summit Public Schools K2
West Contra Costa Public Education Fund
Writer Coach Connection
YES Nature to Neighborhoods

We hold deep gratitude for the dedication and hard work of these organizations that are making a difference in the lives of young people and families in Richmond and West Contra Costa, and are excited to see their impact grow in the new year.

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