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Boys & Girls Club of the Coastside
Help us save Cunha Athletics! Earlier this school year, the school district decided to fully eliminate all funding for Cunha Athletics. The Boys & Girls Club of the Coastside (BGCC) knows the importance of middle school sports. Therefore, BGCC has agreed to work with the district, Cunha, and the community to keep the after school athletic program up and running. During Coastside Gives, ALL donations to BGCC will support the continuation of Cunha Athletics, including girls' and boys' basketball, soccer, tennis, track and field, cross country, wrestling, flag football and volleyball.
Village of the Coastside
The Village of the Coastside is a community of active older adults who share activities, skills, support and expertise with each other to navigate the challenges and opportunities of aging in place. We believe a better experience of aging is possible when we can grow with, and rely on, each other. Every day, our members come together, online and in the community, to provide support services and social connections. Together we are creating new possibilities for our futures while creating a purposeful and powerful environment for learning, laughter and courage as we take on the future.
Kings Mountain Associated Parents
KINGS MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATED PARENTS (KMAP) is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that coordinates the parent-led groups at Kings Mountain Elementary School (KMES) to maintain long-term success for this CA distinguished school. KMAP raises funds for enrichment programs & promotes the alternative learning enviroment found at KMES. It provides a means of communication and collaboration between school families, parents, school staff, the community, and the Cabrillo Unified School District (CUSD) administration. Funds secured by KMAP are distributed for the educational and enrichment needs of the students. Annually this group raises approximately $80,000 to help support enrichment programs on campus i.e. Music, Art, Interactive Science, Culinary Arts, Field Trips, Project Based Learning & more! Please help us by donating today. Thank you for supporting our school!
Mavericks Community Foundation
The Mavericks Community Foundation strives to make a lasting impact on the San Mateo County Coast by encouraging community engagement, support, and collaboration. We envision a future where all our Coastside nonprofit organizations are enabled to support the needs of our community.
Main Street Scholars
Main Street Scholars: we build confidence in students. Our number one goal is to create an atmosphere that supports students until they can independently advocate for themselves. With expert teachers, coaches and a certified college counselor, the students we serve are given the opportunity to improve not only academic skills, but organizational skills and time management. We believe that students learn to connect with an adult who is a subject-matter expert, and through this 1:1 relationship a student is able to develop a mindset that allows him or her to become an independent learner, who eventually self-advocates. Students learn best when the support they receive support which meets them where they are. We meet students where they are and guide them to becoming thriving confident independent learners, who learn to manage their stress, time, and schedule. Stay on this side of the hill and get the support your kids truly deserve. MSS is conveniently located located in downtown HMB.
Coastal Literary Arts Movement
We foster a wide variety of literary endeavors, including student journalism, independent local reporting, writing events, performances, film, bilingual expression and any other verbal art. We reach far into the coastal communities to learn where we will provide the most benefit. We have already been active with a bilingual journalism pilot and development of an e-magazine for students of coastal high schools. We look forward to extending these and other literary initiatives along the coast.
Johnston House Foundation, Inc.
Our mission is the preservation and exhibition of The James Johnston House, which is listed on the National Registry of Historical Places, for the benefit of all citizens.
Coastside Friendship Organic Gardens
The Mission of c-FOG is to cultivate healthy soils, food, and community on the San Mateo coast. c-FOG engages our community in the use of earth-friendly gardening practices to expand access to nutritional food for all and promote long-term stewardship of natural resources. Our activities focus on nurturing good health for ourselves and seven generations into the future by employing organic methods, providing educational opportunities, and sharing tools and information within a cross cultural, multi-generational environment.
The HEAL Project
The HEAL Project teaches kids where their food comes from and why it matters.
Senior Coastsiders provides opportunities, support and resources for older adults living on the Coastside, from Montara to Pescadero and Skyline to the Sea. We are a valued community resource for services, programs, classes, activities information, caregiver support and innovative approaches to successful aging.
Pie Ranch's mission is to cultivate a healthy and just food system from seed to table through youth education, emerging farmer training and regional partnerships.
UC Elkus Ranch Environmental Education Center
Elkus Ranch Environmental Education Center provides experiential learning opportunities for students of all ages and abilities on a 125 acre working farm in Half Moon Bay.
El Granada Elementary PTO
The El Granada Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) is a non-profit, volunteer organization whose purpose is to foster a sense of support, pride, and enthusiasm among all members of the school community; to enlist parents and teachers in a cooperative effort to enhance the education of children; to encourage parental involvement in their children's educational experience; and to support the educational and recreational needs of the students of El Granada Elementary School.
Purple Heart Anglers Inc.
It is the goal of the Purple Heart Anglers to produce a program that aids in the healing of the wounded warriors of the United States Military. By connecting individuals, private companies, non-profit organizations and Government agencies, a community is in place to serve the past, present and future wounded warriors that they may continue to have mental, emotional and physical access to the country they served and are honored for their commitment and service to that community.
Sonrisas Dental Health, Inc.
Sonrisas Dental Health, Inc is a non-profit dental center, founded in 2001, dedicated to providing access to quality dental care and oral health education to our community. We provide these services with dignity, respect and compassion. We offer two convenient locations in Half Moon Bay and San Mateo.