BenitoLink brings on interns from all over the county, bringing with them a variety of interests.
Donations benefit four local nonprofits.
The event was sold out two weeks ahead of time and the auctions brought in top dollars.
Twenty-seven local nonprofits were awarded $415,000 in government grant funding.
Calculators, pencils, binders and notebooks were included.
Third year of 'Giving Back Starts at Home' promotion gave a combined $7,500 to five San Benito nonprofits.
35 organizations get additional help to cover pandemic-related shortages.
Campaign kicks off Dec. 1 and will help raise funds to support CASA of San Benito, Chamberlain's Youth Services, Community FoodBank, Emmaus House and Sun Street Centers.
Initiatives like Stuff the Bus and 2-1-1 work to create a good life for all residents.
Nonprofit leaders meet with the Community Foundation several times a year to discuss projects, issues, and catch up on each other’s work.
February fundraising aimed at increasing awareness of nonprofit services in the community.
United Way, Community Foundation and First 5 to host free workshop.
Holiday campaign starts December 1.
Community Investment Grants were announced in the evening glow of GardenShoppe's outdoor patio in Hollister.
Seventh graders Luis Garcia and Victor Sanchez write about someone they admire, Calaveras lead custodian, Jesse Ortiz.