Dr. Armstrong, an Obstetrician-Gynecologist in Hollister

Business / Economy

Philanthropy with a medical perspective

Keynote speaker Dr. Ralph Armstrong shared his perspective as a local physician on the importance of giving back where you live during National Philanthropy Day dinner celebration.

Community Nonprofits Prepare for San Benito GIVES


Nonprofits prepare for San Benito GIVES

A 24-hour online fundraising effort provides an opportunity to help raise thousands for nonprofits. The goal of San Benito Gives is to raise $50,000



Nonprofits invited to participate in a 24-hour day of giving

Deadline to register is April 13. On May 16, nonprofits will connect existing and new donors to charitable causes they care about the most

Jim Ostdick walks across America.


Walking Across America: Jim Ostdick to share his story

Now that retired teacher Ostdick has finished his walking trek across America, he will share a few of his experiences as the keynote speaker for National Philanthropy Day


Art & Culture

Website highlights philanthropy in San Benito County

The Community Foundation for San Benito County announces the launch of a mobile-friendly website that encompasses the spirit of giving time, talent, and treasure



Silicon Valley Gives Campaign Terminated

Donations for San Benito County this year exceeds $62K. Survey may help determine a similar local crowdfunding campaign in the future

Raul Ceja (Front & Center) and other LEAD 2016 participants

Art & Culture

Emerging Leaders in Nonprofit Sector Welcome

LEAD is a professional development institute designed for talented nonprofit managers, supervisors, or new executive directors seeking to take their emerging leadership skills to the next level.



Community Leadership Project Empowers Nonprofits

Two nonprofit organizations reflect on their final year of funding and reveal efforts for this years' grant

(Left to Right) Gabriela Rivera, Georgina Patino,Yumira Perez, Sheyla Pastrana, Natalie Delgado, Adrianna Guiterrez, Maria Garcia Padilla

Children and Youth

Eight High School Latinas Awarded Scholarships

Latino Generations Committee learns about the personal hardship of growing up in San Benito County from young, courageous, and intellectual Latinas.


Business / Economy

Latino Generations Social Event May 3

The Latino Generations Committee invites the community to a free event on Tuesday, May 3 at La Catrina. Come learn aboutLatino Generations' past, present and future endeavors


Art & Culture

Grant to Bulldog Boxing Impacts Youth

2015 Community Impact Grant aims to help develop youth as respectful, confident, and community-conscious individuals


Children and Youth

Latino Generations Scholarship Deadline March 31

Scholarship for Latino students provides financial support to high school seniors and/or college student transfers who will be attending a two-year college, four-year university, or a certified vocational training institution


Children and Youth

Youth Embrace a New Form of Literacy

Anonymous donor grants support to a Coding Program at the Accelerated Achievement Academy and Calaveras Elementary School

Public Art & Culture Open Forum Tuesday January 26, 2016 7pm-8:30pm

Art & Culture

Community Cares About Public Art & Culture

Community Foundation hosting open forum about public art and culture in response to survey results

Artist Phillip Ray Orabuena, Joel Esqueda, Rolan Resendiz, Hollister Kidz Crew volunteers, and Raul Ceja from the Community Foundation come together to support public art projects.


Public Art Mural Gains Support

Team of local artists earns grant from Community Foundation