Feb 28, 2018 · 1 min read

41 Organizations Making the Bay Area More Equitable & Inclusive

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Priscilla Chan:  Mark and I are proud to support 41 organizations dedicated to making the Bay Area a more equitable, inclusive place. Yesterday, we had the chance to bring many of the leaders behind those organizations together in one place.

I spoke with Angie Ibarra, the executive director of Generations United, an organization serving low income families in Redwood City through educational programs and tutoring centers and matching local volunteers with children to mentor. At the root of their work is a belief in the power of connecting people from different generations through teaching and mentorship.

We feel very fortunate to learn from such inspiring local partners who are working towards a more connected world where everyone has access to opportunity. To all of our new partners, thank you for joining us on our journey, and for letting us be a part of yours.

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