We welcome your support . . .
Neighborhood SAFE Programs.
Throughout the year we present financial literacy workshops designed to guide teens and families to a secure and sensible financial future. We focus on community needs in Marin County, California and Ft. Meyers, Florida.
Our new programs include Exercise and Sports for Children in Ft. Myers, Florida.
Marin Family Action provides hope and solutions to working individuals and families with children, some of whom are in danger of becoming isolated or homeless. Since 2008, we have been consulting with an increasing number of seniors who must remain working in order to keep their homes.
Please help us help our neighbors in need. Your tax-deductible donation will help us stabilize a family with shaky foundations or teach a young person to manage a budget before financial issues arise.
Please help us make a difference.
Success Unshared is Failure ~ John Paul DeJoria
Please help us make a difference.Success Unshared is Failure ~ John Paul DeJoria
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Marin Family Action: Coordinators
Marin County Board of Supervisors, Judy Arnold
Marin County District Attorney's Office Consumer Protection
Financial Literacy Education
North Bay Family Homes: After-School Programs
BayVista and Creekside at Meadow Park: Support, Co-host Special Events
USBank: Financial Literacy Education/Funding
Union Bank: Financial Literacy Education/Funding
PG&E: Disaster Education/Funding
Marne Law Group: Legal Representation
Performing Stars of Marin: Art for Children/Scholarships
LarryArts Studios (Art Programs/Scholarships)
City of Novato
Novato Police Department
Morling and Company Financial Group: Financial Advice/Tax services
GET READY MARIN: Disaster Preparedness
National Council on Economic Education
Center for Neighborhood Enterprise
"...one of the most exciting lessons of the Obama campaign: that ordinary people working for common purpose wield tremendous power. For those of us who work for our income and have modest means, it was unbelievable to watch ourselves become donors to a political campaign and find that those donations made a difference."