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Make It Better: Give Time, Give Things, Give Support

Top Ways to Give Back to Your Local Community This Month.




Easy ways to give your time, your money and your support to local organizations that make our world a better place. 


Get Involved - Ways to Give Your Time

Clean Mill Valley 

When you adopt a section of a Mill Valley street, neighborhood or unsightly corner through Clean Mill Valley and regularly pick up trash in your area, you are helping to keep the town looking its best. cleanmv.org

Milo Foundation

Milo Foundation provides sanctuary and adoption services for homeless pets throughout Northern California. It welcomes all forms of aid, including fostering, volunteering in the shelter, or purchasing or donating much-needed items. milofoundation.org

CASA

CASA, which stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates, trains community members to represent foster children in court and beyond. Become a volunteer in San Francisco and be a foster child’s advocate and mentor. sfcasa.org

Girls Leading Girls

This program, which uses soccer to teach leadership and life skills to girls ages 5 to 18, needs volunteers to coach games, help at events or partner on new programs. girlsleadinggirls.org


Giving Back – Ways to Make Your Money Matter 

Marin Agricultural Land Trust 

Protect Marin’s farmland by becoming a member of MALT. You’ll be supporting local families and their farms and ranches, ensuring that their agricultural future is secure. malt.org

Marin County Free Library 

Inspire the next chapter by joining the County Friends. Your membership donation will be shared with your choice of branch or all 10 branches to benefit programs and provide materials. marinlibrary.org/support

Project Avary 

Monetary gifts help end generational cycles of incarceration by providing resources, guidance and training for children of imprisoned parents. projectavary.org

Beyond Differences 

Help stop social isolation in schools and communities. Contributions go to positive prevention programs — Know Your Classmates, No One Eats Alone and Call it Out — that empower students to change the culture of middle schools to be more inclusive. 

beyonddifferences.org

Marin Center for Independent Living

Your donation provides the assistive technology, skills training and housing assistance that promote independence for people of all ages and with all types of disabilities. marincil.org

 

 

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