Photo provided by JMM Dance Co.


JMM Dance Co. gives thanks for impact grant

Funds will help expand the Social Emotional Dance project and growth of the organization.


The results of San Benito GIVES 2019

Over $180,000 raised for 34 San Benito County-based nonprofits.

Gary Byrne and Sharlene Van Rooy with the Community Foundation for San Benito County organize nonprofit leaders for a group photo. Photo by Leslie David.


The community event called San Benito GIVES

Articles about the achievements of local nonprofits fill the BenitoLink home page as the event comes to a close at midnight on Tuesday, September 10.

Operation Youth Power. Photo provided.


San Benito GIVES: Youth Alliance

YA provides after school programs, youth leadership development, school based counseling, teen parent advocacy, and works with local school systems to try to incorporate restorative justice in schools.

Mr. O playing music. Photo provided by David Huboi.


San Benito GIVES: A letter to Mr. O’s Academy of the Arts

David Huboi writes about supporting a local music academy during the San Benito GIVES campaign.

Stuff the Bus. Photos provided by United Way.


San Benito GIVES: United Way of San Benito County

Initiatives like Stuff the Bus and 2-1-1 work to create a good life for all residents.

Photos provided by CASA.


San Benito GIVES: CASA of San Benito County

Organization ensures foster children receive advocacy, support and resources.

Photo courtesy of PIxabay.


San Benito GIVES: Hollister Pregnancy Center

Medical clinic working on Parenting Center, which will provide parenting and prenatal education, one-on-one peer support and care groups.

The Cook Ranch in Tres Pinos is one of six agricultural conservation easements held by SBALT. Photo provided.


San Benito GIVES: San Benito Agricultural Land Trust

Trust seeks to protect ag land as county grows.

Photo provided.


San Benito GIVES: Emmaus House

Emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault has served over 1,825 women and children since 2006.

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San Benito GIVES brings in $104,289 for local nonprofits

San Benito Agricultural Land Trust, Pet Friends, and Neighbors Helping Neighbors had the largest amount of donors.