The Siena Youth Center strives to provide a safe, healthy, active, and happy place for the youth between the ages of 10 and 17 in the Fair Oaks Community in Redwood City. 1000 Grains provides HLP and CoMer programs, and we are developing a new United Families for Healthy Living program, for families affiliated with SYC and Holy Family School.
The San Mateo County Sheriff’s Activities League has been “connecting cops with kids” through a variety of sports, mentoring, arts and dance, healthy living, leadership, and character development programs since its founding in 1997. 1000 Grains has developed an HLP program for families affiliated with S.A.L.
Twin Girls is a family owned and run, organically sustained farm that grows a wide variety of stone fruit and citrus, named in honor of the owners’ twin girls. Twin Girls has supplied us with fruit since the inception of our CoMer project.
The San Mateo Credit Union is a community-minded financial institution that serves members who live or work in San Mateo County. As a partner of 1000 Grains, SMCU provides fee-free checking and saving accounts to interested participants in our HLP programs.
Get Healthy San Mateo County is a local collaborative of community-based organizations, County agencies, cities, schools, and hospitals working together to advance policy change to prevent diseases and ensure everyone has equitable opportunities to live a long and healthy life. It is managed by the San Mateo County Health Department. Get Healthy provided seed funding to launch our CoMer project.
Enfoque is a grassroots coalition in North Fair Oaks (Redwood City) founded to provide space to independent local media/graphic artists, to link these artists with collaborative projects that will help build their portfolios, and to enable small businesses and non-profits to afford media/graphic services. They are a partner organization for 1000 Grains that provides videography services.
The Good Stuff Distributor, Inc. is a leading Northern California food distributor that carries a large selection of natural and organic foods produced nationwide and internationally. Good Stuff supplies both our HLP and CoMer projects with high-quality whole grains and dried beans.